What is the difference between Oral-B 650 and 2000?

What is the difference between Oral-B 650 and 2000?

The Pro 650 has a Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery, whereas the Pro 2 2000 has a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. The Pro 2 2000 lasts 14+ days (usually about 16) compared to the 7 days of the Pro 650. However, the Pro 650 does normally come with a tube of Oral-B Pro Expert or 3D White Luxe toothpaste included.

What is the difference between Oral-B 2000 and Oral-B 2500?

The only real difference is the colour. The Oral-B Pro 2000 is a pale blue (can also come in a vibrant pink), the Oral-B Pro 2500 is black (can also come in vibrant pink) and the Oral-B 3000 which is a dark blue. The Oral-B Pro 2000 and Oral-B Pro 2500 comes with only 2 cleaning modes: Daily Clean (The best mode)

What’s the difference between Oral B Pro 2000 and 3000?

No, there is no difference between the way in which these two brushes clean. Both have the same motors and the same cleaning modes. Unlike some models that do have more or less powerful motors and different modes, these are identical.

Is the Oral B Pro 2000 crossaction brush head good?

Featuring precisely angled bristles, the PRO 2000 with CrossAction brush head is designed to effectively lift and power away more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush, leaving behind nothing but an astonishing clean.

What are the colors of the Oral B 2000?

The Oral B 2000 comes in both baby blue and hot pink colors. Both models are exactly the same in every way except the color of the casing. As with most of the latest Oral-B toothbrushes, the 2000 Pro is manufactured with a tight waterproof seal to enable it to be rinsed under the sink tap for convenience.

How does gum care work on Oral B Pro 2000?

Gum Care Mode: Press power button twice in quick succession to turn on gum care mode. Pressing the power button once while gum care mode is in operation will turn off toothbrush. The Pro 2000 removes plaque with what Oral-B describes as a “3D cleaning motion”.

Is the Oral B 2000 pressure sensor effective?

Pressure Sensor. Oral-B 2000 pressure sensor in action. Plaque is actually very soft and easily removed, provided it is dealt with quickly and efficiently, so, contrary to what you might think brushing teeth harder and with more force is by no means more effective at removing plaque.