Save 60% on a Oral-B iO8 electric toothbrush this Black Friday

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(Pocket-lint) - If you similar oral hygiene arsenic overmuch arsenic you similar redeeming money, well, you're successful luck - Oral-B's Black Friday savings person landed.

Electric toothbrushes are 1 of the fewer indispensable Black Friday items to consider. While it's a hard acquisition to warrant immoderate different clip successful the year, the devilish savings connected connection during November enactment arsenic a large get-out erstwhile idiosyncratic questions wherefore you dropped a three-figure sum connected one. 

Save £290 connected  the Oral-B Special Edition iO8 - present  £159.99

This awesome toothbrush is present disposable astatine its lowest terms ever. 

Luckily, Oral-B has gone positively berserk with this year's offerings, starting with the high-end iO8. The terms has been slashed by 60%, bringing it down from the, frankly, ludicrous asking terms of £449 to a very-reasonable £159.99 connected Amazon UK. For those superior astir keeping their teeth successful apical shape, this is evidently the 1 to consider.

Oral-B claims the iO Series 8 tin supply a cleanable that rids your teeth of six times much plaque than a manual clean, utilizing a frictionless magnetic thrust to administer vigor into each bristle. There's besides an interactive show to fto you rhythm done antithetic brushing features, cleaning modes and invited greetings. Naturally, it's compatible with the Oral-B app, too, letting you get a 3D graphic of your cleaning sessions - oregon immoderate you telephone them.

If you're aft thing a small much affordable, you're besides covered. In fact, you tin prevention adjacent much connected the Genius 9000, with Amazon UK offering the mid-level electrical brushwood for £145, down from £299. 

Save £250 connected  the Oral-B iO9 Electric Toothbrush present  £249.99

The newer Oral-B iO9 has an arsenic awesome discount for Black Friday. 

Writing by Conor Allison. Editing by Adrian Willings. Originally published connected 18 November 2020.

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