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Amazon has 5-Count Oral-B Sensitive Gum Care Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads on sale for $23.32 when you 'clip' the $8.33 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks NightHound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Ct Oral-B Sensitive Gum Care Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads for $13.99 (price shown at checkout) when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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  • Compatible with Oral-B Genius 8000, Oral-B PRO 7000, 6000, 5000, 3000 and 1000, and Oral-B Vitality.

Amazon [amazon.com] has 5-Ct Oral-B Sensitive Gum Care Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads for $23.32 when you when you 'clip' the $8.33 coupon located on the product page check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.
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fwiw, you might check with your dentist. Mine sells Oral B replacement heads for ~$2 a piece and offer a few different fits.
what?? are they legit or is this some kind of back alley drug deal? share your contact regardless of the answer?
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Agree and protecting your teeth 🦷 is more important
Quote from kingbowness
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I used to buy generic. Do not buy the generic. The fibers and brushes on those are much harsher and will damage your gums...hello $$$ dental gum repair.

Spend the extra $2 per brushhead on a legit one.
Well said. Don't take a chance on your teeth. Over the years, i brushed too hard on my teeth even with really soft bristles. It was a habit i couldn't break and now i'm going to need gum grafting surgery which is going to cost $12,000. My gums have receded badly causing so much sensitivity. Don't take the chance of going cheap on your dental health.
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I usually buy "generic" replacement heads...is it worth buying the name brand instead?
I used the generic ones for a few years and then switched back to the Oral-B brand ones because I realized the cost difference is like $10-20/year which isn't really worth splitting hairs over.

I honestly didn't notice a difference between the generics and the name brand toothbrush heads to be honest.
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How about this:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
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Wondering as well,
This is what I got last time, from a different seller, same price though at $3 a brush head:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It's the international version, but seems the same to me, they work great.
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No. Not at all. Some people prefer it. People can spend their money how they want but I've used the generic heads for years after using the brand name heads for years. There is no difference other than cost
I don't disagree, but keep in mind that quality can vary greatly among the generic brands, too! Can I ask where you get yours, and is there a "brand name" you typically go with?
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I've never had an issue with the generic heads.. Hard to buy OralB brand when you get 16 of the generic heads for $1 more then this deal.
https://www.amazon.com/Replacemen...955&sr=8-6
None of those are sensitive
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i used some generic ones once and it pinched the inside of my cheek. guess it's hit or miss with generics
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fcuk generic. I purchased generic again and again because they are very cheap. I used several of them. None of them spin. So, I purchased another generic again. same thing. it doesn't spin. really bad quality. Finally, I gave up and throw them away. ( It does not spin. It is just vibrating)
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It is a good product. Good review and good quality.
However, I found it was $15 on May, so maybe it is not a good deal?
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I've had my Oral B 7000 stop spinning using one of those generic replacements. I'm only getting originals now.
Same here. Generics are not great in this department.
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I wish they had a deal on the "non sensitive" more aggressive brush heads. These are to soft for my liking.
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I usually buy "generic" replacement heads...is it worth buying the name brand instead?
I bought a bunch of the generic replacement heads and im currently going through them.

My thoughts on them:

+much cheaper. you will save money
+they seem to work well. No noticeable difference in effectiveness during use

-does not last as long. If brushing twice a day, i would give it about a month. 2 at most.
-cheaper construction and plastic material,
-its noisier and rattles more. It does not have the internal return spring like in the Oral-B brand which i assume is responsible for quieter operation.
-bristles are not as neatly or tightly bundled together as the Oral-B brand. This gives it a worn look. I compared a brand new one vs an Oral-B tip i had used for 3 months and the used one actually looked newer.
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The Spanish version of this listing usually has 4 heads for the same price, not sure why. I was expecting fakes but they were genuine heads, the only thing was the listing was in Spanish lol
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5-Count Oral-B Sensitive Gum Care Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads is still available for me for $23.32.

The 3-count shows $16.99 after $3 discount in the checkout.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 5-Ct Oral-B Sensitive Gum Care Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads for $23.32 when you when you 'clip' the $8.33 coupon located on the product page check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. NLA
The 5 ct just worked for me. Thanks!
tem(s) Subtotal:$33.32
Shipping & Handling:$0.00
Subscribe & Save:-$5.00
Your Coupon Savings:-$8.33
Total before tax:$19.99
Estimated tax to be collected:$1.85
Grand Total:$21.84
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