Some of our favourite wellbeing tech deals this Amazon Prime Day are on electric toothbrushes – which experts have confirmed are nearly always way more effective than a manual brush. This means if you're still scrubbing away with a traditional toothbrush it's time for an upgrade.
Luckily, there are three top electric toothbrush bargains for you this Amazon Prime Day, whether you're looking for an app-connected smart brush, a simple electric option or one for your kids.
Looking for a quick blast of freshness? Then this lightning deal on the Oral-B Pro 3 3000 is definitely worth a look - but you'll need to be fast. Stock is limited, so when it's gone, it's gone.
For those looking for a bit more tech, there's the Oral-B SmartSeries 6500. This smart, app-connected toothbrush has five cleaning modes and is now available for £54.99, which is a big £37.96 saving and 41% off its original price.
Next there's the Fairywill Sonic Toothbrush, ideal for kids this brush has a super long battery life and a number of different cleaning modes for £15.99, which is a £7 saving this Amazon Prime Day.
Fairywill Sonic Toothbrush:
£22.99 £15.99 at Amazon
This well-rated on Amazon toothbrush is incredibly cheap and the perfect addition to your bathroom cabinet if you're on a tight budget but appreciate a good clean.
Finally, the best Amazon Prime Day deal on electric toothbrushes is saved for last. You can pick up the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 for £49.99, which is a huge £90 saving for this fantastic electric toothbrush. The 4300 toothbrush lasts two weeks on a single charge and comes with its own travel case.
Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300:
Save yourself £90 on the Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 with this Prime Day deal. It features two intensity levels, pressure sensor, two week battery life and comes with a travel case.
- TechRadar is scouring Amazon and all the major retailers' websites to round up all the top deals on Amazon Prime Day - and we’ve put all the best Prime Day deals in one simple-to-use place to help you find the offers that matter to you.
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