Philips Sonicare Elite HX7351 Half Price £49.89 In Store or On-Line - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
I've been looking out for a good deal for Sonicare toothbrush for sometime.

The features as listen on the Boots site are:

31,000 brush strokes per minute with a wide sweeping motion
Extra soft rounded bristle tips move 3 times faster than most electric toothbrushes

2 minute Smartimer® with a memory and automatic shut off
Easy start® gently increases brushing power over first 14 uses, helping the user to get used to power brushing
Quadpacer® Audible 30 second interval timer to encourage even brushing around the mouth

Angled neck and tapered handle with grip improve manoeuvrability
16 hour charge for up to 56 mins use
includes 1 handle, 1 brushhead with holder, charger base and travel case

Clinically proven to significantly remove tea, coffee, and tobacco stains in 28 days

My first deal - I hope it's useful to someone!
More From Boots:

All Comments

(41) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Pretty much the same price everywhere.

But if anybodys got one, are they any good? Want to know as i'm in the market for one.
#2
Shengis
Pretty much the same price everywhere.

But if anybodys got one, are they any good? Want to know as i'm in the market for one.


Is it? Doh! This is the first time I've seen it half price! :-(

They are meant to be pretty good and my dentist advised me to get one but at £100 I thought it was a bit expensive but when I saw it half price yesterday I snapped it up. On charge today as it needs a 24 hour charge up so I will let you know what I think of it.
#3
I've always used a normal toothbrush and my teeth are white , what are the benefits?

Can these not damage enamel by brushing to hard? or course wear and tear?

As im worried if i start using one now that i may end up making damage when my teeth are fine as they are.

Are these just for people with rotten teeth?

Ahh just found this http://www.epinions.com/content_3128664196 think ill pass not worth taking the risk in damaging me teeth really
#4
greenisaac
Is it? Doh! This is the first time I've seen it half price! :-(

They are meant to be pretty good and my dentist advised me to get one but at £100 I thought it was a bit expensive but when I saw it half price yesterday I snapped it up. On charge today as it needs a 24 hour charge up so I will let you know what I think of it.

It's not a bad price compared to what it has been, if it works:thumbsup:

Argos also have them as the 7300. They are the 7351 but the pic on the website is the 7551, dodgy gits lol. Wife called me a geek the other day because I knew the difference :lol:
#5
Shengis
It's not a bad price compared to what it has been, if it works:thumbsup:

Argos also have them as the 7300. They are the 7351 but the pic on the website is the 7551, dodgy gits lol. Wife called me a geek the other day because I knew the difference :lol:


Geek :prop: lol
#6
A-n-d-y
I've always used a normal toothbrush and my teeth are white , what are the benefits?

Can these not damage enamel by brushing to hard? or course wear and tear?

As im worried if i start using one now that i may end up making damage when my teeth are fine as they are.

Are these just for people with rotten teeth?

:lol:
With these you DON'T brush hard, you let the brush do ALL the work. Can't really see how they work tbh so i'm a bit sceptical. But seeing as i've got 6 1/2 hours of peridontal cleaning lined up i'm interested in anything that could give long term prevention to save me having it done again.
#7
Shengis
:lol:
With these you DON'T brush hard, you let the brush do ALL the work. Can't really see how they work tbh so i'm a bit sceptical. But seeing as i've got 6 1/2 hours of peridontal cleaning lined up i'm interested in anything that could give long term prevention to save me having it done again.

I changed to an electric toothbrush 3 years ago(Oral b as recommended by my dentist)

I could not go back to normal toothbrushes now,my teeth just do not feel clean if I use a normal manual toothbrush.

As you say the toothbrush does the work,you just place the brush on your teeth.......hopefully less scrape and polish for you next time if you take the plunge:thumbsup:
#8
Muckypup, was that a sonic one? I've got a standard Oral b one but looking to 'upgrade'.
#9
Shengis
Muckypup, was that a sonic one? I've got a standard Oral b one but looking to 'upgrade'.

Mine is called a 3D Excel.....they have probably changed the names now,just dug out the box and it was Jan '04 when I bought it!

This one is comparable to mine http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Oral-B-Professional-7000-Rechargeable/dp/B0000YHEUA and a lot cheaper than I paid at the time!
#10
Shengis
Pretty much the same price everywhere.

But if anybodys got one, are they any good? Want to know as i'm in the market for one.


I have one of these and found it good but recently decided to try the Braun Oral-B 9500. The Braun is brilliant! I recommend getting it from Ebay for around £60-70. The Sonicare isn't good at cleaning between the teeth, IMO but the Braun cleans as well as a visit to the Hygienist. ;-)
#11
What puts me off the Oral B's is they all seem to take the same EB17 heads, so surely the only difference is the price? Saw these on Argos last week:

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/62-4429694SPA68UC425699M.jpg
Oral B Triumph with smart guide £69 (half price).
Amazon have the Braun Oral-B Triumph Professional Care 9500 Rechargable Toothbrush for £55 (from £109).
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31GWyRauVDL._AA280_.jpg

Talk about a bloody minefield :lol:
#12
Shengis
What puts me off the Oral B's is they all seem to take the same EB17 heads, so surely the only difference is the price? Saw these on Argos last week:

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/62-4429694SPA68UC425699M.jpg
Oral B Triumph with smart guide £69 (half price).
Amazon have the Braun Oral-B Triumph Professional Care 9500 Rechargable Toothbrush for £55 (from £109).
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31GWyRauVDL._AA280_.jpg

Talk about a bloody minefield :lol:

I agree!

There are so many brushheads now and I think they all fit all the different models!

If I was to buy now I would go for the 9500 or this 8500.You get tongue claeners and interdentals with the 8500...it looks a good allrounder for a decent price.
#13
Just noticed this on Argos (item 0541404)

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/0541404A64UC194846X.jpg

With the amount of stuff available you could set up your own practice...
#14
Shengis
Pretty much the same price everywhere.

But if anybodys got one, are they any good? Want to know as i'm in the market for one.


Got one and it's very good... don't like using a manual toothbrush now.
The RRP of the refills is £25 for two though... if you shop around you can get them for around £16-7 though.
#15
BigAde
Got one and it's very good... don't like using a manual toothbrush now.
The RRP of the refills is £25 for two though... if you shop around you can get them for around £16-7 though.

Amazon sell them for about £14 a pair. Damn I am a geeky geek geek:giggle:
#16
Shengis
Just noticed this on Argos (item 0541404)

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/0541404A64UC194846X.jpg

With the amount of stuff available you could set up your own practice...


Do they do one with the drill! :)

Boots often have half price offers on the Oral-B range but I've been holding out for the Sonicare as that is what the dentists recommend and sell. The Oral-B I've seen aren't sonic though I have I know some have said they are better than the sonics.

Everyone has different opinions - who would have known just how confusing the common toothbrush would become!

Sorry if this offer wasn't your taste - I've been keeping my eye on the prices in Boots finally one of them is half price.
#17
greenisaac
Do they do one with the drill! :)

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/7106505A66UC287477M.jpg

:thumbsup: :giggle:

Edit:

The cheapest place for the HX7351 is actually Empire Stores, but only for new customers , who get £15 off their first order. No strings unlike Littlewoods:

If you're a new customer we'll take £15 off your first order of £30 or more as a welcome to shopping with Empire Stores.
Plus all orders include Free Delivery and 14 days home approval. So why wait? Start shopping now!
Just click the "Lets Go Shopping" button,
click "Apply Code" at checkout and we'll
take the discount off for you. Its that
easy! Please don't forget to make sure
order code PP8700 is quoted at
checkout to receive the discount.


£35 delivered.
#18
Shengis


:thumbsup: :giggle:

Edit:

The cheapest place for the HX7351 is actually Empire Stores, but only for new customers , who get £15 off their first order. No strings unlike Littlewoods:

Perfect! :thumbsup: :-D :-D
#19
Shengis
Pretty much the same price everywhere.

But if anybodys got one, are they any good? Want to know as i'm in the market for one.


Yes, they are superb.
#20
fairytooth
Yes, they are superb.

Are you saying that so you can get our teeth??:giggle:

Right, next question, how does this sonic stuff do the job? I've watched the video and it seems to make the water 'shoot' away from the brush?

I might just get one anyway as Phillips have a money back gaurantee if you're not satisfied:-D
#21
I got one of these when Littlewoods had they for £32 a few months ago. They are excellent toothbrushes and you can definately feel the difference after a few days. My teeth are whiter and also feels much healthy!

Even though they are abit more expensive than normal toothbrushes, it's worth the money since your teeth will last longer and don't forget you only get one set of teeth in your lifetime.

Note: You get a 3 year warranty with these toothbrushes
#22
Spriggan
don't forget you only get one set of teeth in your lifetime.

Actually you get two:p ;-)
#23
Shengis
Actually you get two:p ;-)


You get two but think everyone on hukd only got one set left :giggle:
#24
Spriggan
You get two but think everyone on hukd only got one set left :giggle:

Booger, i've only got half:roll:
banned#25
i have a sonicare, but the older version, i tried the elite and didnt get on with it, probably due to th difference in the shaped heads, they are good and for anyone who suffers a build up of plaque they are supposed to really help as the sonic waves blasts it
#26
I have had one for about 2 years and bought another one about a year back when they went half price.

They don't seem to be much different from other types of electric brush but after reading the box it mentally leads you to believe its doing good. As others say a normal tooth brush just does not feel the same anymore.

I say get one at that price.

Heads are very expensive compared to others about £20.00 for 2. Not easy to find in super markets, they have every other type! (Hugh Tesco's Extra and Morrisons). Can get them at Argos (when they have stock) or online.
Seem to need renewing every 3 months, not just the indicator on the bristles but also the bristle bending over (cant push to hard)

I would not be surprised if like ink jet manufactures, they make more money from the heads in after sales than they do from the initial brush purchase which may be why they drop the price now and then!

That all said I will be buying another one or two when my ones pack up.

Cheers all
#27
I've found the heads last 6-12 months with twice daily use. If you're getting through them much quicker than that you might be applying too much pressure and trying to use them like a manual toothbrush.

One thing I ought to mention is that the sonic action take a bit of getting used to if you've never used one before. The toothbrush has a built in slow-start program so the first few times you use it, it will start at a slower (less vigourous) speed and then slowly build it up over a few days. Stick with it - give it a week and you'll get used to it. Don't give it a second thought now, but I found it almost unpleasant to start with. :thumbsup:
#28
£48.95 at amazon and you can get another 2 heads for it for extra £13.91

total price of £62.86 [B]

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX7351-Electric-Toothbrush/dp/B0000DINOB/ref=pd_bxgy_dscm_img_b/203-3929847-9147168
[/B]
#29
yeah bought this 2yrs ago and they were were around £130...but got it on amazon seller for £90...as dentists pick them up at discount.

they are good..still using it!
#30
i paid about £120 couple of years ago, and still going strong, i wouldnt use anything else, so highly recomend it.

so this is a good price, well done.
#31
I bought one from argos today (elite 7300) for £48.99. Added a few filler items so the bill was over 50 quid and got a £5 voucher. If I could have been bothered I would have bought argos vouchers first to pay for it thus gaining another £5 voucher. If you have no idea what im talking about there's a whole thread on here about the vouchers :thumbsup:
#32
solidus06
I bought one from argos today (elite 7300) for £48.99. Added a few filler items so the bill was over 50 quid and got a £5 voucher. If I could have been bothered I would have bought argos vouchers first to pay for it thus gaining another £5 voucher. If you have no idea what im talking about there's a whole thread on here about the vouchers :thumbsup:

Is it the same as the one in the website picture?
#33
Superdrug have a number of Oral-B brushes on half price offer now. Among these is the Sonic Complete at £49.99 and the Professional Care 8500 at £37.49.

http://www.superdrug.com/icat/behers

ClashInDevon
#34
what about this one...
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
http://www.moderntimesltd.com/product.asp?P_ID=79
#35
Shengis
Is it the same as the one in the website picture?


The argos one has an extra button which selects the speed and also has a LED charge bar/indicator.

http://img130.imagevenue.com/loc428/th_11697_7300_122_428lo.jpg
#36
solidus06
The argos one has an extra button which selects the speed and also has a LED charge bar/indicator.

http://img130.imagevenue.com/loc428/th_11697_7300_122_428lo.jpg

So that 'should' be HX7551:thinking: Might snag one using the voucher trick:-D
#37
Having used both the Soniccare and the Braun ones, I wouldn't get the sonicare. It is overpriced and the brush head is too big. I am on my second Braun, I think it is a 4000 pro which I would certainly recommend, I just got one from my son I too I think it was 20 quid 1/2 price at boots.

My dentist recommended an electric tooth brush for my 11 year old who doesn't do a good job of brushing his teeth. She said the Braun were the ones to go for, which was ironic as they practice sold the Sonicare behind the front desk :)
#38
Ah, but Braun are a bit like Nestle, they provide free 'educational' literature to dentists ;-) Nothing like a bit of advertising eh :lol:
#39
These only come with a 2 pin plug so if you don't have one of these sockets in your bathroom you'll need an adaptor. They are 61p in Argos.
#40
Shengis
Ah, but Braun are a bit like Nestle, they provide free 'educational' literature to dentists ;-) Nothing like a bit of advertising eh :lol:


Thing is the practice didn't sell them, they only sold sonicare..so not sure your theory applies in this case. I am pretty sure all the major tooth brush manufacturers ply the dentist with freebies.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!