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Power wise the $17 model vs $100 model

7,600 oscillations per minute vs 48,000 pulsations and 10,500 oscillations per minute. This is about 3 models below the introduction of pulsation.

The $17 models don't pulsate which is what really removes the plaque using these high end models. I bought the 7000 about a month ago an love it. The weaker models don't even come close.

My old model prior to upgrading was the 2 pack of Oral-B Professional Care SmartSeries 4000 that I got from Woot in June 2014 for $94($47 per brush). So getting 5 years out of a tooth brush is pretty good.
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Your wife had to be worth at least 3 of these.
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I got 2 of these for my wife. A couple of weeks later, I returned them and got her back. She wasn't happy.
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Is this a good deal?
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Is this a good deal?
It's $25 at Walmart so seems like a descent deal.
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Pretty good brush, and definitely good price. I do think the higher end orabl b is better (more powerful and teeth feel cleaner), but this is a good backup for me for a few days use every now and then.
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It's $25 at Walmart so seems like a descent deal.
It is a fair deal. The Descent is a decent movie if you like monster horror...
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Hmm trying to decide if I should pick up two of these for the kids. I have had some of the more expensive ones and have never used any of those features so these are probably plenty for them. I actually have a couple I need to toss out because the batteries are shot.
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Pretty good brush, and definitely good price. I do think the higher end orabl b is better (more powerful and teeth feel cleaner), but this is a good backup for me for a few days use every now and then.
Power wise the $17 model vs $100 model

7,600 oscillations per minute vs 48,000 pulsations and 10,500 oscillations per minute. This is about 3 models below the introduction of pulsation.

The $17 models don't pulsate which is what really removes the plaque using these high end models. I bought the 7000 about a month ago an love it. The weaker models don't even come close.

My old model prior to upgrading was the 2 pack of Oral-B Professional Care SmartSeries 4000 that I got from Woot in June 2014 for $94($47 per brush). So getting 5 years out of a tooth brush is pretty good.
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Hmm trying to decide if I should pick up two of these for the kids. I have had some of the more expensive ones and have never used any of those features so these are probably plenty for them. I actually have a couple I need to toss out because the batteries are shot.
I use these for my two kids. I think they're perfect for them and cheap enough to replace whenever necessary!
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Just what I needed for my son, thanks!
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It is a good deal. In the field and it's cheaper than what we get at cost
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Hmm trying to decide if I should pick up two of these for the kids. I have had some of the more expensive ones and have never used any of those features so these are probably plenty for them. I actually have a couple I need to toss out because the batteries are shot.
I got 2 of these for my wife. A couple of weeks later, I returned them and got her back. She wasn't happy.
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I got 2 of these for my wife. A couple of weeks later, I returned them and got her back. She wasn't happy.
Your wife had to be worth at least 3 of these.
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Is this a Ultrasonic Toothbrush like those Philis type?
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Great thanks !!
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