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Oral B- Professional Care 5000 Toothbrush $79.99 fs @ Best Buy + 15 rebate

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Last Edited by KUJayhawk08 January 3, 2013 at 04:42 PM
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oral b 5000 [bestbuy.com]


http://www.oralb.com/coupons/
Features

Deep Clean mode
Removes up to 99.7% of plaque from hard-to-reach places. Also includes daily clean, sensitive, whitening and massage modes.
Pressure sensor
Stops pulsations when brushing too hard.
Flossaction technology
For overall clean.
Wireless SmartGuide
Helps maximize brushing performance.
Battery level indicator
Displays how much battery power is left.

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Looks cheaper than Amazon's price:

http://www.amazon.com/Professiona...361&sr=1-4
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Got one earlier. Hopefully, they'll accept the rebate
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Good deal, I will probably use the rebate with amazon instead.
Last edited by nsg1000 January 3, 2013 at 02:21 PM
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Thanks OP. In 4 1, I have this and needed one as a gift.
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I bought this in September from Drugstore.com for 59.99 and used the online receipt to redeem the $20 Mail in Rebate that Oral B was offering at the time. I got the 20$ visa card in the mail several months later, so it worked.

The display is a cool feature, but I don't use it for anything other than a timer. Very nice toothbrush.
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the mir says the receipt must be from 12.31 or earlier. Will it still work?
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Looks cheaper than Amazon's price:

http://www.amazon.com/Professiona...361&sr=1-4
And Amazon.com sucks, as it cancels customers' accounts for no reason.
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Quote from 6grapes View Post :
I bought this in September from Drugstore.com for 59.99 and used the online receipt to redeem the $20 Mail in Rebate that Oral B was offering at the time. I got the 20$ visa card in the mail several months later, so it worked.

The display is a cool feature, but I don't use it for anything other than a timer. Very nice toothbrush.

I also bought one about that time when drugstore.com has a $100 off coupon but i didnt know that there was a $20 rebate. Sucks i missed it.


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the mir says the receipt must be from 12.31 or earlier. Will it still work?
The topmost rebate link is valid. Dated receipt from 11/25/12 to 01/15/13.

http://www.crest.com/holidayrebate/rebate.pdf
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Guys, if your battery don't hold charge like it used to, do you throw it and get a new tooth brush all together?

This was my first power tooth brush and loved it. Got it when they had a sale at Amazon back then. It doesn't hold a charge anymore like it used too.

Thanks in advance.
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Guys, if your battery don't hold charge like it used to, do you throw it and get a new tooth brush all together?

This was my first power tooth brush and loved it. Got it when they had a sale at Amazon back then. It doesn't hold a charge anymore like it used too.

Thanks in advance.
Try discharging it completely and put it in the freezer overnight. Bring it back to room temperature and charge it fully. Eventhough the battery in the toothbrush has no "memory effect", discharging it completley (once a month) before recharging will prolong the life. If you try the discharge - freeze- recharge cycle 3 times in a row and no luck, then you probably need a new toothbrush - all batteries die eventually.
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Quote from r_19 View Post :
I also bought one about that time when drugstore.com has a $100 off coupon but i didnt know that there was a $20 rebate. Sucks i missed it.




The topmost rebate link is valid. Dated receipt from 11/25/12 to 01/15/13.

http://www.crest.com/holidayrebate/rebate.pdf
It's "to 01/05/13", probably just a typo.wave
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Yes all batteries die eventually, but the point is why do you need to throw away a perfectly good toothbrush for that? Welcome planned obsolescence.

I have a 3-4 yr old Triumph, looks almost identical, holds up pretty well, except the battery capacity which is about 1/4 of original. I will attempt to take it apart (bet there is standard NiMh cell inside), if it does not work, that was my last Oral B purchase.
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It's "to 01/05/13", probably just a typo.wave
yeah. you're correct. it's still valid for this purchase though.
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How does this compare to sonicare
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