Philips Sonicare HX6932/10 Flexcare Sonic Toothbrush with UV Sanitizing Station £98.00 including delivery from Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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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
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#1
excellent reviews and the best price i could see on the web,correct me if im wrong after all this is hotukdeals if you see it hotter point it out
#2
I've got one of these & they are definately worth the money & this is £5 cheaper than I paid for mine not so long ago, so hot as far as I'm concerned. Is this another deal getting voted cold because people think £100 for a toothbrush is too much?
I can't find it cheaper, so I think it should be voted hot
#3
Why pay 100 quid when you can get results just as good with a 79pence toothbrush? Is it just because people can't be bothered to move their arm a little ?
#4
What if you can't move your arms and someone else has to do it for you....?
like the dentist does....ie if your disabled etc.
#5
My dentist recommended a sonicare toothbrush a couple of years ago, I bought one and can say the difference in cleaning between this and a manual brush is significant. Ive had a couple of years with no fillings now since buying one so can definately recommend them. My only recomendation would be to shop around and get the basic version of this brush for around £50. Another thing is the cleaning station is a waste of money so buy one without it and save more cash. I asked my Dentsit about it at my last visit and he was the one who said the cleaning station was a gimmick.
#6
Why pay 100 quid when you can get results just as good with a 79pence toothbrush?

Why go to the dentist when you can look in a mirror?

Good price - Hot.
#8
I went for the BDI Approved Oral-B 9500 Deluxe from Boots....Half price at £55. I had a pretty rubbish electric toothbrush before and can certainly see a difference.
#9
You don't get the same results with a 79p toothbrush or a cheap electric one, that's why you pay nearly £100!!
I've started to have less work (& dental hygienist appointments) done, so hopefully it'll pay for itself in about 10 years!
But, thanks to softpurple for pointing out a couple of cheaper prices
#10
chedixon
My dentist recommended a sonicare toothbrush a couple of years ago, I bought one and can say the difference in cleaning between this and a manual brush is significant. Ive had a couple of years with no fillings now since buying one so can definately recommend them. My only recomendation would be to shop around and get the basic version of this brush for around £50. Another thing is the cleaning station is a waste of money so buy one without it and save more cash. I asked my Dentsit about it at my last visit and he was the one who said the cleaning station was a gimmick.


Not being facetious, confrontational or anything, just genuinely interested... why is the cleaning station thing a gimmick? It uses UV light, which is also used to clean drinking water, so presumably it does its job of killing bacteria? Or is it that bacteria build up on a toothbrush is not a problem or of the non-harmful varierty?
#11
Red Devil;3419433
Why pay 100 quid when you can get results just as good with a 79pence toothbrush? Is it just because people can't be bothered to move their arm a little ?


Clearly you have never tried one.
#12
BigAde
Not being facetious, confrontational or anything, just genuinely interested... why is the cleaning station thing a gimmick? It uses UV light, which is also used to clean drinking water, so presumably it does its job of killing bacteria? Or is it that bacteria build up on a toothbrush is not a problem or of the non-harmful varierty?


I hear there's more bacteria in the average person's mouth than on the average toilet seat?! Or is that just a myth? :?
#13
nt1311
I hear there's more bacteria in the average person's mouth than on the average toilet seat?! Or is that just a myth? :?


There's also more bacteria in a pot of Yakult than on a toilet seat!
#14
You have obviously never been to our public toilets here then.......:?
#15
Hondo
You have obviously never been to our public toilets here then.......:?


Has George Michael?:oops:
#17
BigAde
Not being facetious, confrontational or anything, just genuinely interested... why is the cleaning station thing a gimmick? It uses UV light, which is also used to clean drinking water, so presumably it does its job of killing bacteria? Or is it that bacteria build up on a toothbrush is not a problem or of the non-harmful varierty?


He just said that no ones ever come to him with a problem that originates from bacteria on a toothbrush so the killing of it didn't really acheive anything. The toothpaste that deals with the bacteria in your mouth does the same to your toothbrush. He also said that if your toothbrush is starting to get grubby then its an indication that its time to change it. (or replace the head in the case of an electric).
Theres nothing fundamentaly wrong with the UV station, its just not required (unless you use your brush to clean the bog maybe) :thumbsup:
#18
Fair enough, think that answers the question!!! Thanks for the response. :thumbsup:
Might have to get one of the £50 ones now... had one of the old Sonicare Elites for a couple of years before it finally died and that was excellent.
#19
Red Devil;3419433
Why pay 100 quid when you can get results just as good with a 79pence toothbrush? Is it just because people can't be bothered to move their arm a little ?

lol, what a p-i-k-e-y, no these are much better than a 79p toothbrush, but its no use trying to explain as you sound too dumb to understand....speak to a dentist, assuming you go to one (oh you dont)
#20
nt1311;3421448
I hear there's more bacteria in the average person's mouth than on the average toilet seat?! Or is that just a myth? :?

i heard that too.....but id rather kiss a woman on the mouth than a toilet set, thanks....though id rather kiss a toilet seat than another bloke, lol!!

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