Philips Sonicare HX9361/67 - HX9351/04 - HX9331/04 DiamondClean - Black/Pink/White - £79.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Sleek toothbrush finished in matte white ceramic with concealed led controls
Diamond shaped brush head for optimum cleaning and whitening
Removes 100 per cent more plaque in hard-to-reach areas than a manual toothbrush
Optimal cleaning between teeth and along the gum line - improved gum health in just two weeks
Five brushing modes: clean, sensitive, gum care, white and polish
Features a glass charging cup and USB charging travel case
This product comes with a two-pin UK plug
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#1
Heated. Excellent brush, great price. I'd really miss the USB charging in its case and charging glass if I switched brush now.

Edited By: morgie on Mar 19, 2015 00:25
1 Like #2
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#3
Thanks.
#4
Great price for this model
#5
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Just got my price drop alert, great deal!
#6
great brush, highly recommend
#7
what's the difference between this and a oral b professional? apart from the price and snazzy name
#8
great tooth brush though battery life is under two weeks without charging

Edited By: colinmccrae1 on Mar 19, 2015 09:42
#9
Hot deal!
#10
Is this much better than an electric toothbrush say, £50 cheaper? Or is it just fancy with the charging glass?
#11
Am just about to go electric.. can anyone explain why this one justifies the price when there are others clearly cheaper? Not trying to be a cheapskate, I'm just not used to spending eighty quid on a toothbrush :)
#12
I had a Philips Sonicare for about 18 months and then the battery stopped holding it's charge, couldn't last 1 minute. Seems to be a common problem.
#13
NitrousUK
I had a Philips Sonicare for about 18 months and then the battery stopped holding it's charge, couldn't last 1 minute. Seems to be a common problem.
I had two philips sonicares which I used for nearly 2 years. One was holding charge fine, but the other one seemed working slow. I checked with costco and they took it back and gave me a full refund after 2 years use.

I didn't know this is a common problem, I have ordered a set of 2 brushes Philips Sonicare HX6932 / 34 again from amazon.de last night.
#14
Heat added! Been on the lookout for a new toothbrush, and this appears to be a good deal.
#15
My wife has the Oral B 5000 and prefers it to this one, I have this one and prefer it to the Oral B
The Oral B use fast rotation while the philips use Sonic (which basically the same thing they use at your jeweler to clean you rings). I am a smoker and I have seen a big improvement in the whitness of my teeth since I use the philips. My mrs says the Oral B is gentler on the gum. The choice is yours. I thought it was expensive when I bought it for the same price, but I never regretted it. Battery life last a week.
#16
How does this compare with the top range oral b toothbrush with the bluetooth ? As I had my eye on that however this is a good price
1 Like #17
shahzadh37
How does this compare with the top range oral b toothbrush with the bluetooth ? As I had my eye on that however this is a good price


I actually have both one in each bathroom, it's personal preference really one thing to note though the battery on the Philips lasts about 2 months being used every day and the oral B lasts around half that.
The Philips does clean but uses fast small movement and is kinda tickly whereas the oral B oscillates by rotating it's head at a slower speed.
The oral B does not come with a travel charger but both come with a travel case.
#18
How much is this usually when it pops up in the lightning deals?
#19
OrribleHarry
shahzadh37
How does this compare with the top range oral b toothbrush with the bluetooth ? As I had my eye on that however this is a good price
I actually have both one in each bathroom, it's personal preference really one thing to note though the battery on the Philips lasts about 2 months being used every day and the oral B lasts around half that.
The Philips does clean but uses fast small movement and is kinda tickly whereas the oral B oscillates by rotating it's head at a slower speed.
The oral B does not come with a travel charger but both come with a travel case.


Thanks for the response, cleaning wise which one do you feel is better like makes you teeth look whiter? Also is bluetooth feature just a gimmick or do you use it ?
1 Like #20
shahzadh37
OrribleHarry
shahzadh37
How does this compare with the top range oral b toothbrush with the bluetooth ? As I had my eye on that however this is a good price
I actually have both one in each bathroom, it's personal preference really one thing to note though the battery on the Philips lasts about 2 months being used every day and the oral B lasts around half that.
The Philips does clean but uses fast small movement and is kinda tickly whereas the oral B oscillates by rotating it's head at a slower speed.
The oral B does not come with a travel charger but both come with a travel case.


Thanks for the response, cleaning wise which one do you feel is better like makes you teeth look whiter? Also is bluetooth feature just a gimmick or do you use it ?


Clean wise there is not much in it, it's actually for me hard to say as I have a bit of a routine where I use the Oral B in the morning downstairs and the Philips at night upstairs but I would suggest they are similar.
As for bluetooth it's a bit gimmicky but one useful feature is it shows if you apply to much pressure (the brush also lights up red) and prompts you to change brushing sections and it also gives you a star rating for your brushing lol

if I were to make a call between one or the other I'd go for the Oral B largely on price as I got a 2 pack for the price of one.

However when I go away I always take the Philips as I know the battery won't die.
#21
VBV
NitrousUK
I had a Philips Sonicare for about 18 months and then the battery stopped holding it's charge, couldn't last 1 minute. Seems to be a common problem.
I had two philips sonicares which I used for nearly 2 years. One was holding charge fine, but the other one seemed working slow. I checked with costco and they took it back and gave me a full refund after 2 years use.
I didn't know this is a common problem, I have ordered a set of 2 brushes Philips Sonicare HX6932 / 34 again from amazon.de last night.

I saw lots of people in the Amazon reviews saying the same thing. Mine was a present so don't have the receipt. Maybe i'll try direct with Philips for a repair/exchange.
#22
OrribleHarry
shahzadh37
OrribleHarry
shahzadh37
How does this compare with the top range oral b toothbrush with the bluetooth ? As I had my eye on that however this is a good price
I actually have both one in each bathroom, it's personal preference really one thing to note though the battery on the Philips lasts about 2 months being used every day and the oral B lasts around half that.
The Philips does clean but uses fast small movement and is kinda tickly whereas the oral B oscillates by rotating it's head at a slower speed.
The oral B does not come with a travel charger but both come with a travel case.
Thanks for the response, cleaning wise which one do you feel is better like makes you teeth look whiter? Also is bluetooth feature just a gimmick or do you use it ?
Clean wise there is not much in it, it's actually for me hard to say as I have a bit of a routine where I use the Oral B in the morning downstairs and the Philips at night upstairs but I would suggest they are similar.
As for bluetooth it's a bit gimmicky but one useful feature is it shows if you apply to much pressure (the brush also lights up red) and prompts you to change brushing sections and it also gives you a star rating for your brushing lol
if I were to make a call between one or the other I'd go for the Oral B largely on price as I got a 2 pack for the price of one.
However when I go away I always take the Philips as I know the battery won't die.

Your lucky to have both as you get the best of both aha I think il go for oral b as the price is similar and the smart guide thing looks fun.

Edited By: shahzadh37 on Mar 19, 2015 11:23: error
#23
Nice one. Ordered.
#24
Black or white, that is the question
1 Like #25
Nickraz2
Black or white, that is the question
Or Pink for the ladies :D
#26
I bought this 2 weeks from John Lewis for £125, cracking tooth brush for £80!
#27
Bit crap how it only comes with one head.
1 Like #28
CrunchinJelly
Bit crap how it only comes with one head.
You'll be wanting free toothpaste next :|
#29
NitrousUK
I had a Philips Sonicare for about 18 months and then the battery stopped holding it's charge, couldn't last 1 minute. Seems to be a common problem.

You have a 2 year warranty, speak to Philips and they will replace the whole unit FOC and give you another 2 year warranty on the new one. I had the same issue and the customer service really is top notch!
#30
Looks swish, bought thanks!
#31
Hot, bought one :)
#32
the replacement heads seem cheaper in white

seen some on ebay that are compatible... 12 heads for £9, wonder if they are any good tho

Edited By: maradona on Mar 19, 2015 14:10
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£77.59 using flubit instant demand.
#34
Don't compare to the Asda £25 deal for the hx6902/02 but still hot.

Edited By: the1beard on Mar 19, 2015 15:02
#35
Awesome price and great brush. I have the oral b 5000 which is great but prefer the look of this and convenient charging case. Ordered!
#36
Brilliant price, i paid £100 not so long ago. oO
#37
We've had a couple of these sonic air toothbrushes and really like them tbh.

Just ordered one of these for the downstairs bathroom (which I'm under orders to finish!).
#38
Great deal.

What surprises me is how some people are getting another one for another bathroom? Wow.
#39
meinnit
How much is this usually when it pops up in the lightning deals?

Just as a reference point it was £74 three months ago in a lightning deal. Doesn't come up often though.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-sonicare-diamondclean-toothbrush-73-99-amazon-lightning-deal-2059516
#40
It's £99 in boots if you prefer to get it out of a shop

Edited By: sandmanNI on Mar 19, 2015 18:38

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