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This Oral B Pro 5000 toothbrush features 3D cleaning action that rotates and pulsates to break up plaque and offers five modes (daily clean, gum care, sensitive, whitening, and deep clean). The Bluetooth capabilities offers real time feedback on brushing habits when you connect it with your smartphone.

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Oral B via Amazon [amazon.com] has Oral B Pro 5000 SmartSeries Power Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush with Bluetooth and Travel Case for $54.94 + Free Shipping w/ code: 15OB5000. (Can also clip coupon on product page)
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"Man with Bluetooth need to see dentist. Too late for toothbrush"
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Yeah, I wouldn't recommend kids around 2-4 years old. They're too much work.
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No no... it needs to have wifi and HDMI.
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Having had this toothbrush for several months now I think it's great. I had both an older, low-end Oral-B and a Sonicare DiamondClean prior, and all things considered this is my favorite. My only complaints would be average battery life compare to more expensive models (seems to last about a week), and the travel case is pretty bare bones (also compared with more expensive models). If you don't plan to travel with it and you don't mind keeping it on the charger all the time then no worries!

There also is no brush mode indication - other than when using the bluetooth app - but I only use the default "daily clean mode" so that's not really an issue. The rest are basically just longer brush times (which I can figure out how to do my self...) or lower brush speeds (which somewhat defeats the purpose of buying your fancy new toothbrush!).
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Bluetooth is useless on this, Support tells me to upgrade my LG G5 to newer... Other than that, it brushes much better than my old Sonicare Elite
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Having had this toothbrush for several months now I think it's great. I had both an older, low-end Oral-B and a Sonicare DiamondClean prior, and all things considered this is my favorite. My only complaints would be average battery life compare to more expensive models (seems to last about a week), and the travel case is pretty bare bones (also compared with more expensive models). If you don't plan to travel with it and you don't mind keeping it on the charger all the time then no worries!

There also is no brush mode indication - other than when using the bluetooth app - but I only use the default "daily clean mode" so that's not really an issue. The rest are basically just longer brush times (which I can figure out how to do my self...) or lower brush speeds (which somewhat defeats the purpose of buying your fancy new toothbrush!).
Is the premium worth it the cheaper, basic models?​
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Got this last time. Love it. Replacement toothbrush heads are much cheaper than most other electric toothbrushes
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Is the premium worth it the cheaper, basic models?​
This isn't even really the "premium" model. More of a mid-range model, so I find it a good balance of price and features. I wouldn't go any cheaper than the 3000 though - below that they have weaker motors and worse batteries. They also can't use all the different brush head options
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Inaccurate information or Amazon jacked up the price. Ends up $68
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Inaccurate information or Amazon jacked up the price. Ends up $68
Clip coupon AND apply code at check out for $54.94 price!
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Does this have a rechargeable lithium-ion battery?
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Thank you OP on behalf of My teeth 😁
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tax makes it almost $60 for me -.-
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Does this have a rechargeable lithium-ion battery?
It doesn't say in amazon's page; but according to their website, it does not. It uses a nickel-metal hydride battery.
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