Philips Sonicare HX6972/10 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush with UV Sanitiser £51.49 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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#1
Just bought, will be my first one. Had to treat myself to something on Christmas day! :-)
#2
Excellent price, would have got this, but ordered a Healthy white deluxe before crimbo.
#3
I got mine before Christmas when it was £57, they are really good. Very pleased.
#4
Me too!
Really good and fantastic value.
Our dentist was jealous that we had one! I guess he could probably afford a few of them though! :)
#5
Wow some people must actually be voting this cold.

A filling will cost your nearly this much.

Was £200.
#6
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...
#7
Looks like a good deal.
#8
Simes123
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...
they wont but if you did not use it return it and re order
#9
Simes123
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...
+1, I did use it but I can order and return the new one for refund of the 1st order
#10
Ordered , bargain (have been watching these for a while and I think that this is the cheapest it will go to!?!).
Have the Oral B 9500, which is excellent and equivalent (bought a year ago as on the balance of evidence; I thought that was the better brush. It is fab - but the wife wants her own one.
At least we can swap and change the units for a pearly smile!!!) Merry Xmas.
#11
Ordered this the other week. Its amazing! Highly recommend.
#12
meshosa
Simes123
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...

+1, I did use it but I can order and return the new one for refund of the 1st order


im in the same boat... do i have to pay return postage as his will cos tabout the £6 difference in price of what it is now and the price i paid??


Edited By: the badger on Dec 25, 2010 19:18
#13
the badger
meshosa
Simes123
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...

+1, I did use it but I can order and return the new one for refund of the 1st order


im in the same boat... do i have to pay return postage as his will cos tabout the £6 difference in price of what it is now and the price i paid??



Yes, you have to pay for returns unless it's faulty.
#14
Just ordered, can not miss this offer to much of a bargain.
#15
I bought this a year ago after stopping smoking and my orthodontist can see a vast difference with my peggys a must buy if you love your knashers
#16
Been buying braun for years and swapped because they're rubbish and the batteries never last. Had a sonicare for three months and WOW! It's 100 times better than a braun. Do not miss this deal! Is it really worth spending £50 on a toothbrush? Definitely.
#17
Voted hot. My first electric toothbrush as well. God knows whats breeding on my exisiting toothbrush.
#18
Ulysses3100
Wow some people must actually be voting this cold.

A filling will cost your nearly this much.
Probably because a £20 electric toothbrush will protect you just as well against fillings.
#19
the porter
I bought this a year ago after stopping smoking and my orthodontist can see a vast difference with my peggys a must buy if you love your knashers
Have you considered that stopping smoking might have had something to do with it?
#20
Less than £40 if you buy the twinpack.

Link here
#21
Talking to my dentist the other day about tooth brushes and he recommended the oscilating brushes over sonic.
#22
Just received one of these for Christmas from me Mam. Fiancee told me they used to be £200 but Mum got it for £50 so chuffed a lot of you reckon it's worth it.
#23
carleast
Been buying braun for years and swapped because they're rubbish and the batteries never last. Had a sonicare for three months and WOW! It's 100 times better than a braun. Do not miss this deal! Is it really worth spending £50 on a toothbrush? Definitely.


Probably not, unless you think the UV gadget actually does anything useful. You can get the brush for a little less without.

I have both an Oral B and a Sonicare. The reason that the Oral B battery gives out earlier is because the Oral B actually does something in spinning the head back and forth. The Sonicare just vibrates a little. Small wonder that the battery lasts longer in between charges. Not impressed with the Sonicare, to be honest, especially after all the comments on HUKD recommending it over the Oral B.
#24
I disagree. The Sonicare has a powerful vibration - just try to stop it. It also vibrates at a higher frequency than the rotation rate of the Oral B. But that doesn't mean the Sonicare is any better. I think its chief problem is the head is larger than on an Oral B, so you are more likely to miss some of the surfaces.

I dismantled a failed Sonicare but I can't remember what batteries it had in it compared with the Oral B. It's certainly a lot heavier than an Oral B - this could be due to larger batteries.

Edited By: pibpob on Dec 25, 2010 22:57
#25
virus
Less than £40 if you buy the twinpack.

Link here


Not sure if this makes a difference but the brush in the deal is HX6972 but the twin set you posted is HX6952. Not sure if there is any difference or not but they do seem to be different models. Anyone know if they are different as I am tempted by the twin one for me and the gf.
#26
Thankyou, just ordered for myself as a late christmas pressie :)
#27
This is showing for 79 quid here not 40?

virus
Less than £40 if you buy the twinpack.

Link here
#28
They work out to be about £40 each, when you buy two for £79
#29
Expired -- gone upto £78.98
#30
5nowman
This is showing for 79 quid here not 40?

virus
Less than £40 if you buy the twinpack.

Link here


But the ones above are still there at £79 for TWO!
#31
Damn. I was just about to buy this. Now the price has gone up.

Do you guys think the price will come back down?
#32
Kazaam
Damn. I was just about to buy this. Now the price has gone up.

Do you guys think the price will come back down?


It probably will yes.
#33
There again, it may not.
#34
steffcip
Simes123
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...
they wont but if you did not use it return it and re order

They did refund me the difference. Got an email last night refunding me 5.73 :) Happy Days - no returns needed.
#35
Simes123
steffcip
Simes123
Ordered on 14 Dec at 57GBP; have emailed customer services to see if they'll give a refund of the difference...
they wont but if you did not use it return it and re order
They did refund me the difference. Got an email last night refunding me 5.73 :) Happy Days - no returns needed.

The didnt for me:(

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