Philips Sonicare HX7351/02 Elite Electric Toothbrush £47.99 including delivery from Amazon.co.uk 1 week only - HotUKDeals
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Product Features

Patented sonic technology
Quadpacer 30-second interval timer
Smartimer 2-minute automatic shut-off
Easy-Start brushing power ramp-up
Extra gentle bristle design
Dual colour recharge indicator
Ergonomic tapered handle
Superior cleaning Technology
Ultra high-speed bristles
Slim angled neck
Advanced brush heads design directs powerful cleaning action into hard-to-reach areas
28 day money back guarantee if you're not completely satisfied
Full 2 year guarantee
Speed 31,000 movements per minute
Battery Rechargeable
Voltage 230V, 50Hz (UK 240V, 50Hz)
Power consumption 3 W
For best performance Sonicare HX7351 must be continually charged for 24hrs before 1st use.

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#1
We've got two of these.

I have to say that I cannot recommend them at that price.

They have a design fault - the threaded connection between the head and the body is a bacteria trap - the thread is not sealed and allows liquid into the 'sonic cavity' in the toothbrush head while you are brushing. The vibrating action actually helps to draw the liquid in!

Unless you dismantle the toothbrush every time you use it, it will rapidly become disgusting.

Also, toothbrush heads are expensive and don't last the 6 months between changes.

Amazon have had these as low as £30 in the past, so this isn't such a great deal.
#2
well i would have to disagree with that last post.
I have had one since christmas (think its the 7300? very similar anyway) and would highly recommend it.

a quick rinse under the tap when you have used it is all it takes to keep it clean.
the head i have on still looks like new after 5 months.

My teeth definitely feel and look better

I paid this price from john lewis, so warm from me:)
#3
I also purchased this just before xmas as amazon were doing it for £39.

I can agree with the dirt trap comments as the connection area will require specific cleaning every now and then, and you should also remove the head to release the trapped water.

Other than that, which isnt such a big issue for me, its a good system and really does work well.
#4
Best electric toothbrush around
#5
mumbojumbo
Was just discussing these brushes with the dentist the other day. Apparently the best type of brush in terms of plaque removal and reducing gingivitis is a powered rotational-action brush. A Cochrane meta-analysis failed to find any advantage in ultrasonic toothbrushes such as these (the bristles vibrate at ultrasonic frequencies).


thats odd because all the dentist's i've been to actually used ultra sonic cleaners and it was my dentist recommended me one of these,.
but as stated they are pricey, heads cost a fortune and do have that dirt trap so give the head a rinse every couple of days

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