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Philips Sonicare EasyClean Hx6511/50 - £27.99 @ Amazon

£27.99 @ Amazon
Philips hx6511/50 on the 'black Friday' sales (to be known as deal week in the future. Cheapest I can see on the Internet, very well reviewed with 4.5* & 1,264 reviews. Got me one :) Read More
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Philips hx6511/50 on the 'black Friday' sales (to be known as deal week in the future.

Cheapest I can see on the Internet, very well reviewed with 4.5* & 1,264 reviews.

Got me one :)
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#1
Tempted by this, my Oral-b needs charging too often, heard these philips sonicare can go a lot longer without recharging.
#2
davetherave00
Tempted by this, my Oral-b needs charging too often, heard these philips sonicare can go a lot longer without recharging.

Yeah, same. Apparently has a tendency to break after 2 years. But for £28 that's fine with me! Cheapest you can get it :)
#3
How is this compare to Philips 4000?
1 Like #4
have had several oral b toothbrushes, the batteries deteriorate (they use NiMH or maybe even NiCd) so they don't last. The bottom range sonicare also use NiMH but most, including this one, use Li-ion so last longer on a charge and should also have a longer lifespan. The specs for each are listed on the Philips website.

This model has the minimum important features, ie full speed, proper battery, quad timer. Nothing fancy like different speeds etc, only what you need from an very day electric toothbrush.
#5
Kyrt
have had several oral b toothbrushes, the batteries deteriorate (they use NiMH or maybe even NiCd) so they don't last. The bottom range sonicare also use NiMH but most, including this one, use Li-ion so last longer on a charge and should also have a longer lifespan. The specs for each are listed on the Philips website.
This model has the minimum important features, ie full speed, proper battery, quad timer. Nothing fancy like different speeds etc, only what you need from an very day electric toothbrush.

Price point reflects this I guess :) £18 per year to brush my teeth is alright! 2p per brush of the teeth, bargain!

Edited By: Chrisrules334 on Nov 21, 2016 10:26
#6
davetherave00
Tempted by this, my Oral-b needs charging too often, heard these philips sonicare can go a lot longer without recharging.
Looks that way according to below
#7
This is absolutely fabulous toothbrush. Once you'll try it, you won't want to see oral b again.
#8
davetherave00
Tempted by this, my Oral-b needs charging too often, heard these philips sonicare can go a lot longer without recharging.


Oral b also only last 3 years max before a full charge only lasts for 3 or 4 brushes :(
#9
One of the wifes christmas presents sorted

Edited By: ashtad on Nov 21, 2016 11:00
#10
Appears to have cheap replacement heads too - 8 for £8 which is cheaper than Oral B which seem to be 3 for £12!
banned#11
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid
#12
sofiasar
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid
Per the reviews/comments - Oral B have worse battery life, this seems to be better.
A normal brush (Ie not electric) do not clean teeth as well. It is widely agreed that an electric toothbrush gives the best clean.

Worth investing a bit on it to get one that will last :)
1 Like #13
Thx op
#14
sofiasar
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid

Depends on your teeth? Big, bright, white smile? Then go for it!
#15
Kyrt
have had several oral b toothbrushes, the batteries deteriorate (they use NiMH or maybe even NiCd) so they don't last. The bottom range sonicare also use NiMH but most, including this one, use Li-ion so last longer on a charge and should also have a longer lifespan. The specs for each are listed on the Philips website.
This model has the minimum important features, ie full speed, proper battery, quad timer. Nothing fancy like different speeds etc, only what you need from an very day electric toothbrush.

Babbler
davetherave00
Tempted by this, my Oral-b needs charging too often, heard these philips sonicare can go a lot longer without recharging.
Oral b also only last 3 years max before a full charge only lasts for 3 or 4 brushes :(

Chrisrules334
sofiasar
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid
Per the reviews/comments - Oral B have worse battery life, this seems to be better.
A normal brush (Ie not electric) do not clean teeth as well. It is widely agreed that an electric toothbrush gives the best clean.
Worth investing a bit on it to get one that will last :)

Always worth replacing the battery rather than the brush Battery replacement guide

Edited By: CardboardCutout on Nov 21, 2016 16:25
banned#16
Gollywood
sofiasar
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid

Depends on your teeth? Big, bright, white smile? Then go for it!


i want white teeth
#17
sofiasar
Gollywood
sofiasar
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid
Depends on your teeth? Big, bright, white smile? Then go for it!
i want white teeth
Tooth whitening kits perhaps? Lots of Groupon vouchers about depending on your location
#18
thanks
#19
Chrisrules334
Appears to have cheap replacement heads too - 8 for £8 which is cheaper than Oral B which seem to be 3 for £12!
if you talking about the ones from amazon they not official replacement heads. read reviews. Official ones are £9.99 for 4.
#20
hamster666
Chrisrules334
Appears to have cheap replacement heads too - 8 for £8 which is cheaper than Oral B which seem to be 3 for £12!
if you talking about the ones from amazon they not official replacement heads. read reviews. Official ones are £9.99 for 4.
Ah yes I can see - they're well reviewed though - just bristles on a stick aren't they really XD
#21
I'm on my third Sonicare through the years (started off with Ultrasonex) - well worth it. Philips offer a 2 year guarantee, so make sure you register from new.
#22
sofiasar
Gollywood
sofiasar
I'm a newbie into these. what's so good about these than a normal oral b brush or another brush which cost a couple of quid
Depends on your teeth? Big, bright, white smile? Then go for it!

i want white teeth
I can recommend Crest Whitestrips Supreme Professional (there's a dizzying array of Whitestrips and they're not all the same) - but hard to get from a UK retailer. I got mine from Amazon US, though the seller I used doesn't ship to the UK any more https://www.amazon.com/Whitestrips-Supreme-Professional-Whitening-strips/dp/B005GRGA5G I don't do the course as recommended, just do it as a top up every now month or two.

Obviously results may vary, and if you have teeth discoloured through antibiotics use you'd be better consulting your dentist.
1 Like #23
B*gger… just went up to £34.99 as I put it in my basket :(
#24
Really should be expired now as it's been £34.99 since midnight last night
#25
indianajon
Really should be expired now as it's been £34.99 since midnight last night
I pressed expire - but it doesn't seem to have changed the site! Can't do anything else haha
#26
Chrisrules334
indianajon
Really should be expired now as it's been £34.99 since midnight last night
I pressed expire - but it doesn't seem to have changed the site! Can't do anything else haha

I know, I pressed it too with no effect, comment was aimed at mods
#27
Chrisrules334
indianajon
Really should be expired now as it's been £34.99 since midnight last night
I pressed expire - but it doesn't seem to have changed the site! Can't do anything else haha
If you Edit the original post and make the End Date the day before today, it automatically Expires.

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