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  • Both rebates are valid through 12/31/2017 w/ limit of 2 per household.
  • This toothbrush is very highly rated earning 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 275 Walmart customer reviews. -johnny_miller

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Walmart has Oral-B Genius 8000 for $69 after completing two rebates.

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... and? What's the alternative? Brushing by hand? lol

I've gotten 6 years out of my "genius edition" (not a fan of the name there) equivalent , a Oral B Black edition, and it's still got more torque than most consumer lithium drills (not saying much these days lol) and holds an ample charge. Paid about $80 at the time though MSRP was $200 (it was so fancy with its Bluetooth- jokes aside that was pretty rare then- digital brushing assistant) and coupled with the fact that I get replacement heads for about a $0.25 and no bad reports from the dentist, I'm very happy with it.

To date, the so called "over priced home dentristy kit" costs less per day than it I chose to use a regular brush as I can get the replacement heads for less than a full size tooth brush, able to make a tube of toothpaste last much longer as the high RPM creates a much better coating lather not to mention the quality of brushing vs manual brushing is no contest.

Even if it was able to get buy with one head that never needed to be replaced, the Oral B only costs me $0.03 a day and still has at least another year or two before it needs to be replaced in which case I can get a non branded battery but OEM spec. for $10-$20 ...

To be fair, I once thought like you do, albeit a decade ago, but I've never looked back.
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hmm... your username is unsettling... but I'll help you out anyways.

The batteries are very cheap to replace with numerous "aftermarket" options but battery life is great.
I've had the Oral B black edition for 6 years which is equivalent edition to this one and it holds a charge for at least 4-6 uses (about 3-4 minutes per use on the highest power use setting).

I just automatically plug it in though these days out of habit (my charger is disgusting lol but it doesn't touch the brush end) plus it keeps the brush end up, keeping it from coming into contact with anything thanks to the charger's backing plus the heavy duty, low center of gravity, heft of the battery pack.

I paid about the same price as this edition (MSRP was $200 at the time) and would buy it again in a heart beat if I had too.
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How's the battery life on these? I have the 3000 and after a year or so, the battery doesn't hold a charge for long.
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How's the battery life on these? I have the 3000 and after a year or so, the battery doesn't hold a charge for long.
hmm... your username is unsettling... but I'll help you out anyways.

The batteries are very cheap to replace with numerous "aftermarket" options but battery life is great.
I've had the Oral B black edition for 6 years which is equivalent edition to this one and it holds a charge for at least 4-6 uses (about 3-4 minutes per use on the highest power use setting).

I just automatically plug it in though these days out of habit (my charger is disgusting lol but it doesn't touch the brush end) plus it keeps the brush end up, keeping it from coming into contact with anything thanks to the charger's backing plus the heavy duty, low center of gravity, heft of the battery pack.

I paid about the same price as this edition (MSRP was $200 at the time) and would buy it again in a heart beat if I had too.
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Another overprices powered brush. Sonicare and oral b can charge a lot more if they sell home dentistry kits.
... and? What's the alternative? Brushing by hand? lol

I've gotten 6 years out of my "genius edition" (not a fan of the name there) equivalent , a Oral B Black edition, and it's still got more torque than most consumer lithium drills (not saying much these days lol) and holds an ample charge. Paid about $80 at the time though MSRP was $200 (it was so fancy with its Bluetooth- jokes aside that was pretty rare then- digital brushing assistant) and coupled with the fact that I get replacement heads for about a $0.25 and no bad reports from the dentist, I'm very happy with it.

To date, the so called "over priced home dentristy kit" costs less per day than it I chose to use a regular brush as I can get the replacement heads for less than a full size tooth brush, able to make a tube of toothpaste last much longer as the high RPM creates a much better coating lather not to mention the quality of brushing vs manual brushing is no contest.

Even if it was able to get buy with one head that never needed to be replaced, the Oral B only costs me $0.03 a day and still has at least another year or two before it needs to be replaced in which case I can get a non branded battery but OEM spec. for $10-$20 ...

To be fair, I once thought like you do, albeit a decade ago, but I've never looked back.
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I don't think you understood my comment. I meant real dentistry kits. OS, perio, endo, ortho, general/hygiene, with anesthetic. I had the original Braun made in germany about 15 yrs ago. It was around $40 which i thought was crazy compared to my free manual brushes. I liked it but then sonicare came out with 30k spm and i wanted newer better slimmer. My Braun wouldn't die for 6 yrs or so until i tried to remove the battery and intentionally broke it. Then i switched to sonicare and thought i loved it until something went wrong and i had to return a few times, something i didn't like about newer models. About 3 yrs ago switched to 20k spm $5.50 colgate, used it until recently bought A&H branded for $10 with replaceable heads. Same results. Runs on 1AAA eneloop battery forever.
I no longer see cheap Oral B and Sonicare brushes where i shop. They keep making stupid gimmicks, massage function, wifi, bluetooth, some other BS. When they realize they can't charge that kind of money anymore because $5-10 is cheaper, easy to maintain, does the same with AAA battery, they can't add any more useless bullshit to their overpriced crap, like HDMI port or high res touch display, so they have to come up with something different. If they are out of ideas they can sell wireless brushes similar to wireless shower head ))))) or sell home dentistry kits for $300-1000+
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How's the battery life on these? I have the 3000 and after a year or so, the battery doesn't hold a charge for long.
Ive never had a toothbrush that went bad under two years. But I also put it back on the charger after each use. The most ive kept my brush without charging it is probably one week and I would have my charger with me anyway...?

I find it peculiar you're talking about battery life on electric toothbrushes... but thats just me.

Are you finding it out of battery the next day?
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is this better than the diamond one?
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How's the battery life on these? I have the 3000 and after a year or so, the battery doesn't hold a charge for long.
Oral B toothbrushes have horrible battery life. I have tried several models and after a year of use the battery only last a couple of days.
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is this better than the diamond one?
You mean Sonicare's Diamond Clean?
What is better?
Personally, I prefer Oral B right "out of the gate" because replacement, non full price knockoffa (same quality at the end of the day) are plentiful and easy to come by! Sonicare's head is engineered in such a fashion that it's harder to replicate- neither better, nor worse, just different- and, thusly, hard to find the cheapos. But that could have changed and perhaps the price/availability doesn't matter to you.

Here's a fairly decent, relatively unbiased review I found for you; this is gratis of course but rep. is appreciated lol Smilie
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Another overprices powered brush. Sonicare and oral b can charge a lot more if they sell home dentistry kits.
My dentist call these "Business Killer" I had Sonic care and I had Three different Model of Oral B. I would never go back. I use Manual tooth brush at school and while I'm on a travel. the difference is noticeable after one brush
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