Review: Oral-B PRO 690 CrossAction (Limitierte Edition mit 2. Zahnbürste)

The Oral-B PRO 690 is the set of two electric toothbrushes that ideal for couples, families and travelers. This is one of the most inexpensive kits from Oral-B without any additional functions, except timer, however, these brushes do an excellent job of brushing your teeth, no worse than more expensive models.

Electric toothbrushes remove 100% more plaque and also help deal with gum problems. The round brush head oscillates, rotates and pulsates, freeing and removing plaque within two minutes! This simple model has only one tooth brushing mode – daily, the battery works without recharging for up to 10 days.

You can buy Oral-B PRO 690 Limitierte Edition mit 2. Zahnbürste for the price 46,90 Don’t forget to use discount coupon on computeruniverse.netFWNNROU (How to use it?).

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Review: Oral-B Aufsteckbürsten CrossAction Bakterienschutz 8+2er (Oral-B CrossAction 8er + 2)

Using an electric toothbrush regularly raises the question of buying special Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads. An excellent economical option is the Oral-B CrossAction 8er + 2 kit. These heads fit all Oral-B brushes, except of Sonic/Pulsonic  brushes. Buyers consider the purchase profitable, they note the good quality and durability of the material.

What is Oral-B CrossAction toothbrush heads? 16 Degree angle cleans deep between teeth. The round head of the Oral-B Cross Action brush head is designed for a tooth-by-tooth clean, with specially engineered bristles for optimal tooth coverage. CrissCross bristles are set at a 16 degree angle to reach deep between teeth to lift and power away up to 100% more plaque for a superior clean vs. a regular manual toothbrush. Compatible with Oral-B Genius 8000, Oral-B PRO 7000, 6000, 5000, 3000 and 1000, and Oral-B Vitality. Each order comes with 10x Oral-B Cross Action Electric Replacement Toothbrush Heads.

You can buy Oral-B CrossAction 8er + 2 for the price 27,89 Don’t forget to use discount coupon on computeruniverse.netFWNNROU (How to use it?).

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