Philips Sonicare HX6952/71 FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Soft Travel Case, Toothbrush Heads, Travel Charger and UV Sanitiser--Twin Pack £96 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Thought this to be a great deal for an amazing Toothbrush, was at one stage £250 now down to £96.00 for twin pack.
I paid £159.00 last year for the single version alone.
The Philips HX6952/71 ProResults brush head has been designed with a broader sweeping motion and contour fit bristles for increased tooth coverage
Philips HX6952/71 is a dual pack with a UV sanitiser to kill germs on your brush head for hygienic storage of toothbrush heads and optimum results
Philips Sonicare is clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque and FlexCare ProResults brush heads provide a better, comfort-enhanced brushing experience
Philips Sonicare HX6952/71 comes with soft travel bag, dual handles, FlexCare ProResults brush head and UV sanitiser as an all-in-one pack for you and your partner
With 2-year guarantee, 3 flexible brushing modes and 2 personalised cleaning routines, this electric toothbrush pack is all you need for perfect oral care
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#1
Good price
#2
I'm thinking of switching to electric toothbrush but it seems like a lot of money for toothbrush.
Is it worth it?
#3
xfish
I'm thinking of switching to electric toothbrush but it seems like a lot of money for toothbrush.
Is it worth it?

I have used this Toothbrush for the last year and has saved me having to attend the dental hygienist on a 6month basis,
Some people might prefer Oral B but I honestly would never switch back to manual after using this.
As I said I paid almost double for the single version Toothbrush so I think its a great deal.

Also I noticed on Amazon it has 66 reviews and overall rating is 5 star so most people like it.
Hope this helps.
#4
Keep watching the price - a lot of us on here got this for a crazy £75 in January!

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B003HGHBUQ/amazon-new.png?force=1&w=795&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=6m&fo=0&zero=0


Edited By: withabix on Apr 08, 2011 22:03
#5
you can get a different model from here if this is still too expensive for you. Philips-Sonicare-HX6782-33
#6
Switched from 10 years worth of Braun to Philips last year and I wish I done it years ago. Brauns are awful compared to these beauties.
#7
xfish
I'm thinking of switching to electric toothbrush but it seems like a lot of money for toothbrush.
Is it worth it?


I've been using Sonicare for about 13years. Brilliant bits of kit, nothing else compares to them - most of my friend now own because I rate them so highly and they've agreed with me and other owners. Buy it, you won't regret it! Especially after the first time you use it!
#8
Great item(s) for £96. As mentioned above the price does fluctuate and I was lucky enough to get it for £75 earlier this year, but, I wouldn't hesitate to pay £96
#9
got main delivered today and is just lovely, quality !!!
#10
How much are replacement heads???
#11
I got this at Christmas when it was £75 - I've used Brauns for years, but these are simply amazing!!!!!
#12
Sonicare have saved me so much dental treatment over the years. Not its just a check up every year thats fine, rather than fillings, root canel and a gold tooth ive had!!
#13
good deal but i only clean my teeth once a month or so dont see the need to do it twice a day
#14
Adam2222
good deal but i only clean my teeth once a month or so dont see the need to do it twice a day


http://images.icanhascheezburger.com/completestore/2009/4/6/128835207361598685.jpg
#15
i was joking lol
#16
:|could someone help give reviews, i have the old version sonicare elite the 9552 link here
is this flexcare upgrade much better than that one? or not worth the upgrade.

I like the sonicare when u get it at the exact right angle its GREAT, but its a pain to do that on the interior teeths, so doesn't clean as well. So swapped over to using oral b professinial triumph (which used to get better plaque removal reviews back then).

But now i see sonicare are advertising the flexcare as CLINICALLY being better at removing plaque. Just wondering if they improved it that much that i should swap again.

If anyone could give comparable reviews, whove used both thanks.


Edited By: oceanic on Apr 09, 2011 05:44
#17
I bought a couple of these on the recommendation of my dentist and they are very good, if I'd had one years ago I'm sure I would now have fewer fillings.
Looking for a deal on replacement heads, so if anyone knows of one please post on HUKD
#18
How does this compare with a Oral-B Sonic Complete ?
#19
I own this. I bought it maybe 4 years ago. I still attend twice-yearly check-ups with my dentist, but haven't had to have any work done at all since.

They are dear compared to manual brushes; All I can say is that if you're going to get spend money on an electric toothbrush, you may as well get a very good one, rather than a cheap one that won't necessarily be any better than an old-fashioned brush.
#20
withabix
Keep watching the price - a lot of us on here got this for a crazy £75 in January!

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B003HGHBUQ/amazon-new.png?force=1&w=795&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=6m&fo=0&zero=0



Hi what website do you go to track product prices?
#21
http://camelcamelcamel.com/ says the pic above.
#22
jtownson
How does this compare with a Oral-B Sonic Complete ?


with any toothbrush its each to their own with what they prefer. Im a dentist and i prefer the Oral B ones because of how they work and also evidence suggests they work better, but they are both very good brushes :)
#23
asl9791
jtownson
How does this compare with a Oral-B Sonic Complete ?

with any toothbrush its each to their own with what they prefer. Im a dentist and i prefer the Oral B ones because of how they work and also evidence suggests they work better, but they are both very good brushes :)

eh :| why do philips sonicare advertise this as being better at removing plaque than the oral b triump brushes then? its right there on the amazon video adverts.

Edited By: oceanic on Apr 09, 2011 14:20
#24
I dont remember what model I got (purchased it almost 5 years ago) and its one of the things I feel uncomfortable without now. Would not trade it for any other toothbrush, goes with me where ever I go!
#25
Hi,


I got one of these (an older model) and it's great! I can't say how the newer models are better but am very happy with the one I have.
#26
markvirgo
you can get a different model from here if this is still too expensive for you. Philips-Sonicare-HX6782-33


I just got this emailed to me with an 'exclusive' voucher taking it to £49.99 and another voucher taking another 5% off, but I see that Chemist-4-U is a banned merchant on this site.
#27
spraint
markvirgo
you can get a different model from here if this is still too expensive for you. Philips-Sonicare-HX6782-33


I just got this emailed to me with an 'exclusive' voucher taking it to £49.99 and another voucher taking another 5% off, but I see that Chemist-4-U is a banned merchant on this site.


I'd be interested in those codes if you're willing to share! Either post here or PM me, thanks :)
#28
Me too please

ollie2001
spraint
markvirgo
you can get a different model from here if this is still too expensive for you. Philips-Sonicare-HX6782-33


I just got this emailed to me with an 'exclusive' voucher taking it to £49.99 and another voucher taking another 5% off, but I see that Chemist-4-U is a banned merchant on this site.


I'd be interested in those codes if you're willing to share! Either post here or PM me, thanks :)
#29
atppkr
Me too please

ollie2001
spraint
markvirgo
you can get a different model from here if this is still too expensive for you. Philips-Sonicare-HX6782-33


I just got this emailed to me with an 'exclusive' voucher taking it to £49.99 and another voucher taking another 5% off, but I see that Chemist-4-U is a banned merchant on this site.


I'd be interested in those codes if you're willing to share! Either post here or PM me, thanks :)

Is it working? Can I have the voucher code please?
#30
Can i ahve the voucher also? pretty please?
#31
Link is now £130.44......missed it!
#33
it is now £68.00 with chemist 4 u at £48.99, why is chemist 4 u banned?

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