Philips Sonicare Hydroclean HX6431 Half Price Was £48.93 Now £24.46 at Boots Including Guarantee for 2 months - HotUKDeals
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Philips Sonicare Hydroclean HX6431 Half Price Was £48.93 Now £24.46 at Boots Including Guarantee for 2 months

£24.46 @ Boots
Philips Hydroclean Battery Toothbrush has a dynamic cleaning action which reaches deep between the teeth to get closer to the benefits of flossing. Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Philips Hydroclean Battery Toothbrush has a dynamic cleaning action which reaches deep between the teeth to get closer to the benefits of flossing.
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#2


if that comes with it too, then I cant figure out why this is cold lol :-D
#3
Available at John Lewis with Free Delivery, at Boots you need to spend of £40 (or go the the shop). Surely the 2 month Warranty is a typo!
http://www.johnlewis.com/230475383/Product.aspx?source=14798
#4
Must mean 12 months warranty!

Isn't that standard?
#5
Penny cheaper on Amazon and free delivery - oh but it's "Temporarily out of stock."

Great toothbrush and I like the fact it takes replaceable AA batteries. So no classic battery death at 13 months and good for travelling.
#6
How much and how common are the heads for these?
#7
stemcell
How much and how common are the heads for these?


http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0012NOEZQ/ref=pe_5301_11930361_pe_ar_t1
#8
good price, but save yourself the hassle and get the rechargeable one.
#9
ElBuc
good price, but save yourself the hassle and get the rechargeable one.


What hassle? I chose this one to avoid hassle. No charger to have kicking around; just bung in a freshly charged pair of AA NiMH instant batteries every couple of months when it starts beeping. No unchangeable battery pack to fail without warning. Simple.
banned#10
Always factor in brushhead prices. these are £14.67 each! Reminds me of a lexmark printer lol

no charger is useless imho. rechargeable batteries arent strong enough to keep this running at full power for more than a few days.
#11
csiman
Always factor in brushhead prices. these are £14.67 each! Reminds me of a lexmark printer lol

no charger is useless imho. rechargeable batteries arent strong enough to keep this running at full power for more than a few days.


Happy to point out your error, the heads are in packs of three so it's not £14.67 each.

I think you should try getting some decent rechargeables, obviously NiMH technology has come on somewhat since you last tried them. I find Vapex instants work perfectly fine for about two months using the brush for two, two minute, sessions a day. The brush flashes it's light when they are getting low but still works with the same power for at least a week before it bleeps.

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