Boots Smile Battery Toothbrush blue ages 7 +

£5.50
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Boots Smile Battery Toothbrush gently removes plaque from your child’s milk teeth and gum line.Specially designed to help clean without damaging delicate young gums, brushing will be made easy and fun!

Delivery to 23 EU countries

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£9.99 – usually delivered within 7 working days*

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Boots Smile Battery Toothbrush boys ages 7 + 2.8 5 4 4
love the colours THIS IS A GREAT PRODUCT MY GRANDSON LOVES TO CLEAN HIS TEETH NOW. November 11, 2012
Lovely product Got these for stocking stuffers for my 3 boys, ages 4, 8 & 9. They love them! To quote my 4 year old he said his new toothbrush was "awesome". :) January 5, 2014
Sadly disappointed I bought this electric toothbrush for my son to encourage better tooth brushing. I really liked the fact it was designed for children, it had changeable heads and changeable batteries. My son was very excited by it and initially it did the desired job and encouraged him to want to brush his teeth. However within a week or so, the speed was very slow and it kept stopping while he was brushing. I thought this was probably due to old batteries and not knowing how long it had been on the shelf. I replaced the batteries with Duracell ones but the same has happened again in a very short time period. The money I have saved in not buying a child's electric tooth brush is being spent on replacing batteries. Whilst i appreciate batteries do need replacing, I would have hoped they would last longer but the toothbrush requires a more powerful power source. My son has also lost interest. Once the new heads I also got have been used I probably wont replace them. May 24, 2014
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