Philips Sonicare HX5350/02 Rechargeable Sonic CleanCare Toothbrush £27.03 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Very good reviews for this toothbrush, and cheapest ive seen for a while!!
Patented dynamic cleaning action drives fluid between teeth and along the gumline for a brushing experience unlike any other
Designed with a unique slim angled neck and contour-fit, end-rounded bristles for effective plaque removal in hard-to-reach areas
Recharge indicator lights blink to let you know when to recharge
Smartimer encourages proper brushing of each quadrant of the mouth and reinforces the recommended brushing time of at least two minutes
Easy start: Gently increases pover over first 12 uses, to ease into the Sonicare experience
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#1
Good price! We have sonicare brushes and they are fantastic, I'd never go back to a manual or plain old electric one again :)
#2
Where is best for replacement brush heads?
#3
vik1
Where is best for replacement brush heads?

Argos regularly have really good deals on so keep an eye on there. I stocked up when I bought mine as they were less than half the price that I could find them elsewhere!
#4
been waiting for this price drop, hot and thanks for finding...

I've had these for about 15 years now, the only problem being that the batteries do loose their recharge potential over time, the last one lasted me about 3 years, still usable however you need to keep it on charge most of the day, all in all a good brush for this price.
#5
Sonicare brushes are the best imo - I have had the Oral B smartguide etc and Sonicare are incomparable - just so much better. They genuinely do give the dentist - super clean feel every time, Only downside is brush heads arent cheap - so keep an eye out for boots 3 for 2 or better! Hot OP
#6
Would say this is the older model - I used to have this then got the model with the smaller head attachments and different modes etc - this ones batt gave up the game after about 2 years.
#7
On four of ours (two an older model, two this model), the button has worn away and eventually led to them breaking as water then gets into the handle. I have to keep mine in the charger now as it is always on unless it's in the charger!!!

Good price - but might go for a newer model! Just checked out the newer ones with the pro results brush heads as they are cheaper than these heads and in the past few months they have been as low as 29.99 (HX6511 at chemist 4u)

Think I might wait until I a pro results one come down as heads for this one are quite expensive in comparison.
#8
Definitely hot! Been using Sonicare for nearly 15 years - nothing beats them. I bought two for some friends at a dental trade show for £45 for the UV pack ones - better model with frills but this is an outstanding price. Nice one.
#9
Thanks pschyo!
#10
Wide Awake Jake
On four of ours (two an older model, two this model), the button has worn away and eventually led to them breaking as water then gets into the handle. I have to keep mine in the charger now as it is always on unless it's in the charger!!!

Good price - but might go for a newer model! Just checked out the newer ones with the pro results brush heads as they are cheaper than these heads and in the past few months they have been as low as 29.99 (HX6511 at chemist 4u)

Think I might wait until I a pro results one come down as heads for this one are quite expensive in comparison.


Would agree on that - hot deal but wait for the pro results if you can!
#11
Heat added, great price! Although bear in mind the brush heads work out at about £11 each - (£22 for a double pack: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX7002-20-Toothbrush/dp/B0000DHL9O/ )

Whereas a 3-pack of the brush heads for the new version is only £13 on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HX6013-05-ProResults-Toothbrush/dp/B003XDSY5Y - so £4.33 a brush head.

However, still a fantastic price. Mine lasted me 2 years before it broke, and I got the newer Flexcare version.
#12
my elite hx7xx series broke recently because the button broke and led to water ingress....!

back to a manual and its not the same :(
#13
vik1
Where is best for replacement brush heads?



costco (£17 for 5) then amazon (when on offer) are usually cheapest
#14
What's the difference between this model and the ones about 4x this price?

Considering getting the dual pack for £99 and selling one of the brushes.
#15
Great price. My dental hygienist recommended Sonicare to me as she had one. It has led to less time (and money) at the dentist and whiter teeth. Christmas time in Boots is often best for stocking up on replacement heads as they tend to have offers on electric toothbrushes around that time.
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dean_brfc
What's the difference between this model and the ones about 4x this price?

Considering getting the dual pack for £99 and selling one of the brushes.


First thing to say that this one is a great bargain - when they were introduced a few years back they sold for £200+ (!)

I don't know if their patent has expired or something but there are now other firms producing sonic toothbrushes and Philips seem to be dropping prices fast.

I have both this model (bought on holiday at Target in the US for about 50 bucks) and the newer 'Healthy White' type from the Boots new year sale. This model does the essential job OK but is heavier and has a lower capacity battery (ie slower to recharge and shorter time between charges).
Very cheap but a wee bit clunky compared to the latest models.
#18
Its actually cheaper at dixons, plus cashback and 10% off using HB10 (valid till 29/03/11) bringing it to £24.33 with free delivery!

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/philips-sonicare-hx5350-02-electric-toothbrush-white-06684291-pdt.html
#19
Price has gone up? To 29.99??
#20
DonDraper

First thing to say that this one is a great bargain - when they were introduced a few years back they sold for £200+ (!)

I don't know if their patent has expired or something but there are now other firms producing sonic toothbrushes and Philips seem to be dropping prices fast.

I have both this model (bought on holiday at Target in the US for about 50 bucks) and the newer 'Healthy White' type from the Boots new year sale. This model does the essential job OK but is heavier and has a lower capacity battery (ie slower to recharge and shorter time between charges).
Very cheap but a wee bit clunky compared to the latest models.

Thanks for that, very helpful. In fact it persuaded me to buy one.

deeplink
Its actually cheaper at dixons, plus cashback and 10% off using HB10 (valid till 29/03/11) bringing it to £24.33 with free delivery!

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/philips-sonicare-hx5350-02-electric-toothbrush-white-06684291-pdt.html

I order from here, £24.33. Cheers!
#21
just got mine, however it's going back as it's not got the quad timer on it... damn

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