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Philips Sonicare introduces the FlexCare Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush, the most advanced power toothbrush ever. Featuring a new innovative technology, FlexCare removes more plaque than Oral B's Triumph and even Sonicare Elite. The integrated ultraviolet (UV) Sanitizer removes up to 99 percent of bacteria* on your toothbrush.

* 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
I've been looking for one of these and held off until Amazon introduced the LOWERVAT code and dropped the price from £94.99. If you check out other retailers you'll find this same item at a much higher price:-

Comet £117.44
John Lewis £116

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/21hen9-iszL._SS500_.jpg
#2
I've just bought one of the Oral-B Triumph 9900's and think it's brilliant http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/279368/braun-oral-b-9900-triumph-rechargea/
#3
Cold votes? Don't know why I bother.... If anyone can find this delivered at a better price I'm listening.
#4
Your better off going for the Oral B Trumph 9500 with the wireless lcd thing.... better toothbrush and more buck for your money.........

also the ORAL B is under 60 quid last time I checked............. and has the extra gadget........................ have been using one myself and have to say worth every penny...............
#5
I have one of these, without the gimmick UV thing! cost me around £70 but that was on special offer.
If you bought one of these you would never use anything else - cleans teeth like you never imagined.
100 Euros in Schiphol airport today - if anyone is passing through.
Or if you want to weep - see how cheap they are in the USA!!
#6
Better still have a look at this....... http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Professional-SmartGuide-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B000RNXYQW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=drugstore&qid=1227731440&sr=8-1

Oral B 9900 with the wireless lcd screen gadget.............. 69.99
#7
Oral-B have nothing anywhere close - ask any periodontist which is the best
#8
Why the hell do you need a seperate screen to tell you how long left - does it not have a timer?!

This one will tell you not only when the time is up but when to move to the next quadrant in your mouth...

Also, dentists recommend sonicare not oral b
#9
I presume the people voting cold are just totally clueless about the technology in this device and it's capability to clean well below the gums - sad
#10
..Oral-B tooth brushes are not a touch on the Sonicare! I suggest anyone who thinks they are to try a Sonicare brush, I can assure you, you will be converted.

This price is excellent, can not understand the chill factor.... probably from the [email protected] who insist on the cheap plastic brush from poundland. Personally I rather keep my mouth free from dentures! :roll:

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#11
I've got one of these & its fantastic. Agreed they are expensive (I paid more than this for mine), however, as per the previous comments, this is the one that the dentists recommend & in my opinion I think there's a reason for that, because its the best you can buy at the moment.
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#12
rawson
..Oral-B tooth brushes are not a touch on the Sonicare! I suggest anyone who thinks they are to try a Sonicare brush, I can assure you, you will be converted.

This price is excellent, can not understand the chill factor.... probably from the [email protected] who insist on the cheap plastic brush from poundland. Personally I rather keep my mouth free from dentures! :roll:

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Interestingly though, the Gadget Show and the dentist featured on there, placed this toothbrush only in third place behind the Oral B brushes.
#13
Biker Jeff
Interestingly though, the Gadget Show and the dentist featured on there, placed this toothbrush only in third place behind the Oral B brushes.


Yep that was the main reason I went for the Oral-B!
#14
Biker Jeff
Interestingly though, the Gadget Show and the dentist featured on there, placed this toothbrush only in third place behind the Oral B brushes.


Exactly :thumbsup:
#15
supergoose;3599169
Yep that was the main reason I went for the Oral-B!




Although The Gadget Show review was hardly scientific, it just had Suzy Perry trying them out one after the other, which obviously meant it was more about personal preference.

The Gadget Show also recommended Tiscali as the best value ISP, the same Tiscali who are on Watchdog over and over again due to people having a poor service. :roll:

I love the show but would always take their recommendations with a pinch of salt. I also suspect being Channel 5 they have certain obligations to their advertisers, although I may be wrong on that last point.

Has anyone seen the Sonicare or Triumph at a good price lately? Both seem to be high still, although the Triumph is £68 in boots at the mo. :(
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I got the no bells and whistles version before Christmas for £40 delivered from Amazon (presently £48.92 delivered)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HX6731-02-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0012NOEVU

My second Sonicare and a great toothbrush. Would have liked the deluxe one, but couldn't see what all that extra expense was for. Nothing else comes close for cleaning teeth.
#17
BigAde;5055969
I got the no bells and whistles version before Christmas for £40 delivered from Amazon (presently £48.92 delivered)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HX6731-02-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0012NOEVU

My second Sonicare and a great toothbrush. Would have liked the deluxe one, but couldn't see what all that extra expense was for. Nothing else comes close for cleaning teeth.


Thanks for the link - the brush looks exactly the same as the deluxe one apart from the silver front, great price. Repped

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