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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2020
I don't get along with the small, circular Oral-B electric toothbrush heads at all. Colgate and other popular brands don't seem to go for that shape and Oral-B don't have it on their manual toothbrushes, and beyond that a smaller brush-head just makes me feel that I'm more likely missing bits. That's why I stumped up the cold, hard cash, painfully earned, for these certainly premium-priced first-party heads, as opposed to the now-commonly available third-party heads that do the job seemingly (to me) comparably for about a pound. If you're of similar mind, I would indeed recommend these, because simply I do find them a lot more comfortable, more ergonomic, more pleasant, more effective and more intuitive, to name but a few impressions. Of any first-party heads, these for me will remain the ones to get. Or save a lot of cash and deal with the circles from a third-party.
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