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Philips DiamondClean Black Replacement Heads,4 Pack, £13.76 Amazon Subscibe and save + Voucher

£13.76 @ Amazon
Replacement toothbrush heads for your philips sonicare. Their is a voucher to tick under the price for £5 off and if you do subscribe and save their is another 5% off unless you qualify for 15%. Just … Read More
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Replacement toothbrush heads for your philips sonicare. Their is a voucher to tick under the price for £5 off and if you do subscribe and save their is another 5% off unless you qualify for 15%. Just remember to cancel your subscription afterwards. These on average are about £25 normally from Amazon. The white ones are always more expensive.
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#1
Great deal, voted hot, just need some white ones for the missus now, considering the unbranded ones I saw linked on here recently.
2 Likes #2
Thanks, actually ordered the Adaptive Clean ones as they are much better and have a £7 off voucher.
#3
Heat added
1 Like #4
uksparky
Great deal, voted hot, just need some white ones for the missus now, considering the unbranded ones I saw linked on here recently.
I've noticed the white ones in a pack of 8 are £31.99 + 5% subscribe and save, which seems like a good price for white. :)
#5
Richief
uksparky
Great deal, voted hot, just need some white ones for the missus now, considering the unbranded ones I saw linked on here recently.
I've noticed the white ones in a pack of 8 are £31.99 + 5% subscribe and save, which seems like a good price for white. :)
Pro Results £31.99 in Boots.

Edited By: ellenw on May 15, 2017 10:58
1 Like #6
ellenw
Richief
uksparky
Great deal, voted hot, just need some white ones for the missus now, considering the unbranded ones I saw linked on here recently.
I've noticed the white ones in a pack of 8 are £31.99 + 5% subscribe and save, which seems like a good price for white. :)
Pro Results £31.99 in Boots.
I buy these brush heads for my daughters toothbrush. I was always under the impression that the diamond head ones were the best. Someone has now mentioned adaptive clean and you Pro Results. Which are the best ones?
2 Likes #7
Richief
ellenw
Richief
uksparky
Great deal, voted hot, just need some white ones for the missus now, considering the unbranded ones I saw linked on here recently.
I've noticed the white ones in a pack of 8 are £31.99 + 5% subscribe and save, which seems like a good price for white. :)
Pro Results £31.99 in Boots.
I buy these brush heads for my daughters toothbrush. I was always under the impression that the diamond head ones were the best. Someone has now mentioned adaptive clean and you Pro Results. Which are the best ones?
I prefer the Pro Results, the Diamond head ones seem smaller.
1 Like #8
ordered. have some heat
#9
This sort of explains why he price sht up from £20/4pk to £25+ in the last month or so. Ready for fake discounts...
#10
Lovely, great timing! :)
#11
HOT! - again great timing, I guess inflation counts for the increase from £12.91 which was the last time I bought 8 (2x 4's)
#12
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.
#13
dark_shadow
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.

I'm sure the ones on ebay will be the similar to the ones that Philips has spent years and lots of money developing so you should be ok.

Edited By: VikJ on May 15, 2017 15:41
#14
VikJ
dark_shadow
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.
I'm sure the ones on ebay will be the similar to the ones that Philips has spent years and lots of money developing so you should be ok.
What a strange comment oO

In the free-market compatible components are in fact a common practice. Especially where manufacturers believe they can monopolise the market at 10 times the cost.

The real investment is in the device. The original heads are extortionate.
1 Like #15
dark_shadow
VikJ
dark_shadow
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.
I'm sure the ones on ebay will be the similar to the ones that Philips has spent years and lots of money developing so you should be ok.
What a strange comment oO
In the free-market compatible components are in fact a common practice. Especially where manufacturers believe they can monopolise the market at 10 times the cost.
The real investment is in the device. The original heads are extortionate.

Its not an odd comment at all. There's a chance that the ones from ebay are fake. Linky

And from this link

What about generic replacements?

You may have seen those generic brands being sold much cheaper than the official Oral-B brush heads. If you are feeling frugal or just downright love a bargain then these can be hard to resist.

Unfortunately, when it comes to brush heads, Oral-B cannot be beat at it’s own game. From heads failing to move after just a few weeks use to bristles falling out while brushing, generic heads simply do not have the same quality as the official Oral-B brush heads.

To put it simply, we found that generic brush heads were more trouble than they were worth.


Edited By: VikJ on May 15, 2017 16:02
#16
VikJ
dark_shadow
VikJ
dark_shadow
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.
I'm sure the ones on ebay will be the similar to the ones that Philips has spent years and lots of money developing so you should be ok.
What a strange comment oO
In the free-market compatible components are in fact a common practice. Especially where manufacturers believe they can monopolise the market at 10 times the cost.
The real investment is in the device. The original heads are extortionate.
Its not an odd comment at all. There's a chance that the ones from ebay are fake. Linky
And from this linkWhat about generic replacements?
You may have seen those generic brands being sold much cheaper than the official Oral-B brush heads. If you are feeling frugal or just downright love a bargain then these can be hard to resist.
Unfortunately, when it comes to brush heads, Oral-B cannot be beat at it’s own game. From heads failing to move after just a few weeks use to bristles falling out while brushing, generic heads simply do not have the same quality as the official Oral-B brush heads.
To put it simply, we found that generic brush heads were more trouble than they were worth.
I can't comment on oral b but I have Sonicare diamond clean and the generic brushes have been great. There are no moving parts and no bristle has fallen out over the last 3 years.
3 Likes #17
dark_shadow
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.
The ones off ebay are rubbish. No one likes using them and you get what you pay for (_;)
#18
Richief
ellenw
Richief
uksparky
Great deal, voted hot, just need some white ones for the missus now, considering the unbranded ones I saw linked on here recently.
I've noticed the white ones in a pack of 8 are £31.99 + 5% subscribe and save, which seems like a good price for white. :)
Pro Results £31.99 in Boots.
I buy these brush heads for my daughters toothbrush. I was always under the impression that the diamond head ones were the best. Someone has now mentioned adaptive clean and you Pro Results. Which are the best ones?

Adaptive Clean are the latest and greatest. Try them and you'll see why. They now come as standard with the latest version of diamondcare brushes.
#19
Vouchers are dependent on subscribe. You can't choose to save more by using it like in the original description.
And it also says unsubscribe and lose discount.
1 Like #20
fireman1
Vouchers are dependent on subscribe. You can't choose to save more by using it like in the original description.
And it also says unsubscribe and lose discount.

What's the scenario here? I need to cancel the subscribe and save after I receive the item? or will I still lose the discount at that point?
#21
These 3rd party heads are fantastic:

8 Pack Replacement Toothbrush Heads for Philips Sonicare ProResults by tillvex fits DiamondClean EasyClean and Many More HX6018 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0173HEQQQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_UfEgzb4ZB2JJY

There are definitely some really shoddy phillips replacement brushes (ive bought a few lemons) but these are very solid and just like the original.
#22
Tank
fireman1
Vouchers are dependent on subscribe. You can't choose to save more by using it like in the original description.
And it also says unsubscribe and lose discount.
What's the scenario here? I need to cancel the subscribe and save after I receive the item? or will I still lose the discount at that point?
I always set the subscribe to every 6 months. After I recieve the item I then cancel, by setting the frequency to 6 months it gives me plenty of time to remember.
#23
Richief
Tank
fireman1
Vouchers are dependent on subscribe. You can't choose to save more by using it like in the original description.
And it also says unsubscribe and lose discount.
What's the scenario here? I need to cancel the subscribe and save after I receive the item? or will I still lose the discount at that point?
I always set the subscribe to every 6 months. After I receive the item I then cancel, by setting the frequency to 6 months it gives me plenty of time to remember.

First time I used subscribe and save so that's good to know. Funnily enough I did choose 6 months for that exact reason, thanks.

Edited By: Tank on May 15, 2017 23:43: Spelling
1 Like #24
dark_shadow
VikJ
dark_shadow
I've been using the ones off ebay for a few quid and honestly, I don't get why anyone would pay up to 10 times more. Sure they're not the same as the originals but they're not bad either.
I'm sure the ones on ebay will be the similar to the ones that Philips has spent years and lots of money developing so you should be ok.
What a strange comment oO
In the free-market compatible components are in fact a common practice. Especially where manufacturers believe they can monopolise the market at 10 times the cost.
The real investment is in the device. The original heads are extortionate.

Yes the real ones are ridiculously expensive, which is why I've tried 3 different 'high quality' replacements off eBay. They were all equally terrible with bendy nylon fishing line style bristles. They looked ok in the pictures, but in the mouth, horrible. Just about to try some Superdrug branded ones.
#25
Thanks, ordered
#26
Expired as there is no £5 voucher to use under the price. Good deal though those who got it!
1 Like #27
Welshy1985
Expired as there is no £5 voucher to use under the price. Good deal though those who got it!

The £5 voucher is still there if you change the seller to Amazon. The cost is £20 now though so you can get them for £15
1 Like #28
jockscot1
Welshy1985
Expired as there is no £5 voucher to use under the price. Good deal though those who got it!

The £5 voucher is still there if you change the seller to Amazon. The cost is £20 now though so you can get them for £15


Cheers pal, got them for £14 with the 5% off. Bargain

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