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Philips Sonicare Flexcare Sonic Toothbrush with UV Sanitizing Station (HX6932/10) / £80.00 (Inc. Delivery) (RRP. £200.00) / Amazon UK

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From the makers of the number one recommended power toothbrush brand by dental professionals, Philips Sonicare introduces FlexCare Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush, the most advanced power toothbrush ever. Featuring a new innovative technology, FlexCare removes more plaque than a manual toothbrush and even Sonicare Elite. The integrated ultraviolet (UV) Sanitizer removes up to 99 percent of bacteria* on your toothbrush.

Product Features:

+ Clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque
+ 10% Wider - Designed for a better fit with your mouth
+ 3 Flexible brushing modes, 2 Personalised cleaning routines
+ Go Care: 1-minute brushing cycle for a quick clean
+ Max Care: 3-minutes for an extended care routine
+ Smartimer: 2-min. timer helps to ensure recommended brushing
+ Quadpacer: Interval timer
+ Light signal helps track battery charge
+ Voltage: Multi-Voltage Charger
+ Speed: 31,000 brush strokes per minute(s)
+ Battery type: Lithium Ion rechargeable battery
+ Operating Time (Full to Empty): Fully charged should provide 20 2-min. brushings

Box Contains:

+ UV sanitiser
+ Deluxe soft travel case
+ FlexCare handle
+ Standard ProResults brush head
+ Travel charger
+ Compact ProResults brush head
+ Additional brush head colour code rings: 3 pcs

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    jostler
    Trust me, you can save a fortune on dental bills and fillings by making a one off investment in a very good electric toothbrush.
    iglimpse
    Agree electric toothbrushes are a great idea.

    But you don't need to spend this much on one, plenty of others much more reasonably priced ones......if you can live without the self timer on a toothbrush!
    Bryan839
    Hows this compared to the oral b triumph elec toothbrush, very similar pricing.
    jostler
    I don't think you can go wrong with either to be honest. My dentist always advised me to use either an Oral-B or Philips Sonicare toothbrush. I guess the preference lies with what your requirements are, but you can't go wrong with either. I guess the deciding factor, would be the cost of the replacement heads.
    jostler
    iglimpse
    Agree electric toothbrushes are a great idea.

    But you don't need to spend this much on one, plenty of others much more reasonably priced ones......if you can live without the self timer on a toothbrush!


    I agree with you completely, but for those who do wish to seek that extra cleaning sensation, with a mark down of £120.00 off the RRP, you can't disagree that this is a hot deal.
    user1234
    jostler;7129130
    I agree with you completely, but for those who do wish to seek that extra cleaning sensation, with a mark down of £120.00 off the RRP, you can't disagree that this is a hot deal.

    Just tried Google and couldn't find any stores selling it for £200. You have to be careful of mythical RRPs
    boobie_1234
    This is the normal price. £200 as RRP is wrong.

    I purchased this Model over a year ago, from ebay for about £100 i love the toothbrush much better then a normal toothbrush and you can justify paying £100 pounds for a toothbrush with the results you do get.
    royals
    Bryan839;7129102
    Hows this compared to the oral b triumph elec toothbrush, very similar pricing.

    sonicare is much better than even the pro oralb
    royals
    boobie_1234;7129847
    This is the normal price. £200 as RRP is wrong.

    I purchased this Model over a year ago, from ebay for about £100 i love the toothbrush much better then a normal toothbrush and you can justify paying £100 pounds for a toothbrush with the results you do get.

    the rrp is £200ish

    boots rrp is 195

    its isnt worth 200.....£80 is fine, though my wife bought this without the sanitiser (pcode 6902) for £48 @ boots last week
    springbrucesteen
    Amazon are turning into a total joke with these
    way OTT RRP's
    jostler
    Unfortunately, I am not in charge of informing businesses how to set their RRPs, but I can tell you can't put a price on looking after your teeth. Ongoing sky high dental bills and the drag of having to floss twice a day versus a one-off investment in a high-quality, clinically proven toothbrush. You do the math...
    amy1984
    royals
    the rrp is £200ish

    boots rrp is 195

    its isnt worth 200.....£80 is fine, though my wife bought this without the sanitiser (pcode 6902) for £48 @ boots last week


    hiya. I am after one for my sister. the one without the sanitizer. where did your wife get the hx6902? thanks for your help! x
    amy1984
    oops you already said boots.. but it's listed as £156 on the website?
    imycool
    royals
    sonicare is much better than even the pro oralb


    no its not:whistling:

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