Oral-B Pulsonic Slim Toothbrush Reviews
Product Type: Oral-B electric toothbrushes
Description:Brand: / Oral-B
Newest Review: ... a thicker one. The whole toothbrush would seem more solid and reliable to me. The instruction manual comes in ten ... more
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Customer Oral-B Pulsonic Slim Toothbrush Reviews (7)
by - written on 19/01/13, updated on 20/01/13 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I bought the Braun Oral B Pulsonic toothbrush to replace my Philips Sonicare when it died after 3 years of everyday use. The problem started when I went to visit some friends and a rather embarrassing noise was coming from my suitcase, as it wouldn't switch off. Needless to say I didn't want this to happen again, especially as I travel quite frequently for work. PRICE When it came to buying a replacement, I thought it would be a good idea to see what new models were out there instead of buying the same model. I searched Amazon and read lots of reviews and decided on the Braun Oral B Pulsonic. It initially appealed to me as it is small and light and very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/13, updated on 16/07/13 (Very useful, 121 readings)
My Oral-B Professional Care 5000 Rechargeable toothbrush gave up the ghost after four years of use. I think that's rather a short life span. Nevertheless I decided to buy another specimen from this brand. I had been content with its performance. Besides, I didn't want to study consumer reviews on all electric toothbrush brands on offer. Furthermore, after years of being exposed to the advertising slogan 'Recommended by Dentists' I thought it would be a reasonable decision. My dentist had recommended it indeed. Oral-B is still sold under the name Braun (a German firm founded in 1921 and famous world-wide for its excellent industrial design) although the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/12 (Very useful, 135 readings)
This review is of the Oral-B Pulsonic Slim Toothbrush, which is a rechargeable electric toothbrush. A quick summary of the features of the product, this toothbrush doesn't have as many functions as other rechargeable toothbrushes, but it is much cheaper. It only comes with one head supplied, and has a two-pin adapter suitable for plugging into bathroom electric fixtures. The information on the box says that charging takes twelve hours and that it lasts for around 30 minutes before needing recharging again. Through experience, this claims seem realistic, in fact, it seems to last more than 30 minutes, so charging isn't something which has to be too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/12 (Very useful, 96 readings)
My old electric toothbrush was on its last legs and I mentioned it to my mum and then lo and behold, guess what Santa brought me this year? Yup, one of these babies. I actually felt a little annoyed at my mum for buying it when I saw the cost of it as I thought that that was a rather excessive price for a toothbrush. Argos is currently selling it for £70! The first thing I noticed when I took it out the box was how small, slim and light it was. Most electric toothbrushes, my last one included, are rather chunky affairs but this one isn't much bigger than your average normal toothbrush and was wonderfully light in my hand. The charger was nice and petite, too, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I find that you can't beat the cleaning power of an electric toothbrush. A manual toothbrush never gives you quite the same polished, squeaky clean feel, no matter how good your brushing. I was at the same time feeling quite tired of my electric toothbrush. It was big and chunky and I missed having a proper toothbrush head. That little round circular thing just did not seem to cover as much area and really get as deep down into the gums as I liked. Therefore I was quite taken aback to realise there was indeed an electric toothbrush on the market which had all the power of an electric toothbrush but had the form of a manual brush. I had to try the Oral-B ... Read the complete review
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