Prime Day electric toothbrush deals: the best oral care sales still available

Prime Day Electric Tooth Brush deals next to a black toothbrush
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This year's edition of Amazon Prime Day has officially come to an end, but that doesn't mean you have to wait until 2024 for a great electric toothbrush deal.

Indeed, a handful of Prime Day electric toothbrush deals are still live in both the US and UK – the best of which we've detailed below – and Amazon is expected to continue offering discounts on a range of tech products in the days following Prime Day itself (which began on July 11 and ran through July 12 this year).

The bulk of the Prime Day electric toothbrush deals are over, though, and we suspect that your next best opportunity to snag a discount on one of the best electric toothbrushes will come during this year's Black Friday deals event, which is set to kick off in late November.

Today's best electric toothbrush deals (US)

Oral-B iO Series 5: was

Oral-B iO Series 5: was $219.99 now $139.99 at Amazon
The Oral-B iO5 should offer a fairly solid cleaning performance with 5 smart brush modes and a pressure sensor that help you keep on top of your dental hygiene. Just note that this brush has been $40 cheaper in the past, so unless you are desperate to get it you might want to wait for a better deal or check out a different option this Prime Day. 

Oral-B iO Series 9: was

Oral-B iO Series 9: was $299.99 now $237.99 at Amazon
We gave this toothbrush four-and-a-half stars in our Oral-B iO Series 9 review because it delivers a thorough clean and boasts detailed brushing reports in the app that should help you improve your dental hygiene habits and impress your dentist. The only downside is this deal isn't quite the best we've seen on Amazon, it's previously been $199.99. However, there's no guarantee that price will go up again. 

Waterpik Aquarius water flosser: was

Waterpik Aquarius water flosser: was $99.99 now $75.93 at Amazon
Save 24% on this Waterpik jet flosser, which squirts hard jets of water in between your teeth to eliminate the need for disposable floss. 10 settings and 7 different tips ensures ultimate customisability.

Oral-B Pro 1000: was

Oral-B Pro 1000: was $59.99 now $49.94 at Amazon
This is a solid mid-range toothbrush that's easy to use and will clean your teeth well, but it lacks the bells and whistles of more expensive versions. This price isn't bad, but we have seen it cheaper in the past, so you might want to wait for Prime Day proper before buying it.

Today's best electric toothbrush deals (UK)


Oral-B Vitality Pro was £49.99 now £24.89 at Amazon
This budget-friendly electric toothbrush is currently £5 more than its best-ever price on Amazon, and while it offers a solid clean it misses out on some features that come with better models (such as a pressure sensor and reminders when you need to change your head). If you can hold out a little longer, we'd suggest waiting for this year's actual Prime Day deals on this one.


Oral-B iO6 was £299.99 now £124.99 at Amazon
In our four-and-a-half-star Oral-B iO Series 6 review we commended the toothbrush for having a really quiet motor, while still offering a great clean boosted by help from the app. It won't just time how long you take and warn you when you're pressing too hard, it'll show you where in your mouth needs more or less attention so that you can remember to keep your whole mouth clean. We have seen it sell for £25 less on Amazon in the past, so a better deal may be on the horizon.

Amazon Prime Day electric toothbrush deals: FAQs

When will Amazon Prime Day electric toothbrush deals be available?

Amazon's 2023 Prime Day sale has officially come to an end, with deals running from July 11 to July 12. Your next best opportunity to bag a great electric toothbrush deal will likely come during Black Friday in November.

Do I need to get Amazon Prime to get the best electric toothbrush deals?

Yes, to put it bluntly. Amazon loves to run sales events exclusive to Prime members in order to entice people to sign up to its premium service, so some discounts will be hidden from, or inaccessible to, non-Prime members.

Fortunately, it's great value if you're a regular Amazon user, but you can cancel after the event is over if you don't want to pay that $14.99 / £8.99 / AU$9.99 subscription service price. More on that in a minute.

Which electric toothbrush should I buy on Amazon Prime Day?

That's a tough one, and it will all depend on your budget and needs. If you're prepared to spend hundreds of pounds or dollars, you're likely to get a much bigger discount (for example, in the US, you might get a $400 toothbrush marked down to $250) than you would on a cheaper toothbrush, so the more you spend, the more you'll save. An Oral-B iO Series brush, is probably your best best.

However, when it comes to cheaper toothbrushes, you might be able to get brushes like the Colgate Hum or Ordo Sonic+ for half price or more. Don't forget about replacement heads either, as bundle deals will crop up: shop right, and you could get a year's worth of brushing on the cheap. 

How to get access to the Amazon Prime Day electric toothbrush deals for free

When you sign up to Amazon Prime, you get your first 30 days with the service free. When you're finished shopping the deals, you can simply cancel your Prime subscription before the 30-day mark and you'll never have to pay a thing for the service. 

However, it is a good opportunity to see what you get with Amazon Prime, including Prime Video (one of our best streaming services), Priem Music, Gaming and of course free delivery from Amazon itself. More about this below:

Amazon Prime: 30-day free trial

Amazon Prime: 30-day free trial
Providing you've not signed up for Prime before, you can get a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, allowing you to access the deals for free. If you do decide to stick around, you get free delivery and access to other services such as Prime Video, Music, Prime Gaming and more.

Matt Evans
Fitness, Wellness, and Wearables Editor

Matt is TechRadar's expert on all things fitness, wellness and wearable tech. A former staffer at Men's Health, he holds a Master's Degree in journalism from Cardiff and has written for brands like Runner's World, Women's Health, Men's Fitness, LiveScience and Fit&Well on everything fitness tech, exercise, nutrition and mental wellbeing.

Matt's a keen runner, ex-kickboxer, not averse to the odd yoga flow, and insists everyone should stretch every morning. When he’s not training or writing about health and fitness, he can be found reading doorstop-thick fantasy books with lots of fictional maps in them.