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$64.99 Oral-B Advanced Clean Power Rechargeable Electric Toothbrushes, 2-pack Costco reg: 99.99

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Costco has the two pack of rechargable tooth brushes for $64.99 after $35 off.

You can also combine this with the procter & gamble $15 visa rebate for a total of $49.99

https://slickdeals.net/f/14093318-get-a-15-visa-prepaid-card-when-you-spend-50-on-p-g-products-or-a-5-gc-with-a-20-purchase

$4.99 shipping or purchase in store

https://www.costco.com/oral-b-adv...55532.html
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Might be in for one. Anyone have experience with Oral-B electric? Worth paying more for a step up or a Sonicare?
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I was actually between this one and the Oral-B Genius 2pk Costco also has on sale right now for $99.99. Not sure if the Genius extras would be worth it for me.
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Might be in for one. Anyone have experience with Oral-B electric? Worth paying more for a step up or a Sonicare?
I'm trying to replace my Oral-B which is dying on me after maybe 3-4 years of solid use. Had a good experience until recently the battery is not holding much charge and the rotation mechanism keeps getting stuck. Can't complain too much though since it held up for a decent amount of time.
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I've been using this for a few months, when they had the last deal, and been enjoying it thoroughly. I can't see adding Bluetooth being a better thing. I never really used electric before this.
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How's the noise on these compared to a Sonicare? Are the generic brush heads easier to find?
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Might be in for one. Anyone have experience with Oral-B electric? Worth paying more for a step up or a Sonicare?
I like the Oral-B compact brush head which reaches every tooth easily and the mechanical scrubbing is superior to the ultrasonic vibration. Since I started using the Oral-B, my dental cleanings just take a few minutes.
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