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Just been to Marks and Spencer in London Colney and picked up a Philips Sonicare toothbrush reduced to £49 from £199. Model no HX6932/10.

This is instore only. They still had 5 on the shelf when I left at 12.15pm today. Obviously I don't know about the availabilty of other stores. I have been using a sonicare toothbrush for a number of years now and my dentist always coments about how good my oral hygeine is and I have to admit I never brush for the whole 2 minutes.

* Clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque
* 10% Wider - Designed for a better fit with your mouth
* 3 Flexible brushing modes, 2 Personalised cleaning routines
* Go Care: 1-minute brushing cycle for a quick clean
* Max Care: 3-minutes for an extended care routine
* Smartimer: 2-min. timer helps to ensure recommended brushing
* Quadpacer: Interval timer
* Light signal helps track battery charge
* Voltage: Multi-Voltage Charger
* Speed: 31,000 brush strokes per minute(s)
* Battery type: Lithium Ion rechargeable battery
* Operating Time (Full to Empty): Fully charged should provide 20 2-min. brushings
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#1
You beat me to it!!! Just bought one myself.
banned#2
waste of money folks
sorry
#3
Hot from me, £137.95 on Amazon
#4
i didnt know you had to brush for 2 minutes!
#5
Waste of money? Not when u have gum disease etc. Teeth are important T**t
1 Like #6
The best electric toothbrush around
#7
I use an Ultrasonex (don't think they make them any more?) and my next buy will be a Sonicare, apparently the bigger brush heads are more effective, though I don't know if it's true. I'm going to see if my M&S has one!
1 Like #8
And yes, the sonic toothbrushes DO make a difference to your teeth's whiteness and gum health. I use Crest Whitestrips in-between too and my teeth look great.
#9
Just had a look in Richmond, no electricals section... d'oh!
#10
It's a great deal on the price but I have to say that I got one of these as a present and didn't really notice my teeth being any cleaner than when I used a standard Electric Oral B toothbrush for £25.
#11
Wow, going to look for this. Louise where do you get the whitening strips from? Quarterly visits to the hugienist and yearly whitenings do mount up.
1 Like #12
Mascherano
waste of money folks
sorry

I'd love to know what you base that statement on.

Been using these for some years now and to be honest my teeth (not to mention gums) have never been in better condition, maybe Mascherano has false teeth and hence waste of money for him

All1
#13
£200 originally? ahahaha

£50 is a bit more reasonable but hmm is it really worth the extra £30?
#14
I know their not the cheepest retailer around but heres the proof that they are on sale at £199!!! lol (_;)
#15
omg!
paid £99 for this off amazon! that was the cheapest at the time.
brush is good!
uv cleaning section for the head... comes with 2 pin plug
2 years warranty
h added

Edited By: 5nowman on Aug 02, 2010 00:11: typo
#16
If anyone could find me cheap replacement brush heads that would be a real bargain. Have to say I find the sonicare from an hukd at superdrug a few years ago very good, don't need another but at this price there might be some money from ebay possible?
#17
m1chaels
...but at this price there might be some money from ebay possible?


oh god dont start that ****

Edited By: austinc on Aug 02, 2010 00:44: do i need one?
#18
austinc
m1chaels
...but at this price there might be some money from ebay possible?


oh god dont start that ****


Agreed either enjoy the deal and buy it or go away. Don't **** stuff for yourself.
1 Like #19
Mascherano
waste of money folkssorry

no its not!, moron!

stick to your asda value 1p toothbrushes then...
#20
louiselouise
And yes, the sonic toothbrushes DO make a difference to your teeth's whiteness and gum health. I use Crest Whitestrips in-between too and my teeth look great.

try pixsters...superb much better than the rubbish te pe's
1 Like #21
m1chaels
If anyone could find me cheap replacement brush heads that would be a real bargain. Have to say I find the sonicare from an hukd at superdrug a few years ago very good, don't need another but at this price there might be some money from ebay possible?

cheapest ive found is costco - about £20 for 5.....or try boots/argos clearance on ebay (£14 for 3)
banned#22
Mascherano
waste of money folks
sorry

What a plank! Idocy knows no bounds with some of the statements this moron comes out with.
#23
How much better is this than the oral-B sonic at £15 from tesco?

http://www.oralb.com/products/vitalitysonic/
#24
Anyone says these are a waste of money are clearly a moron. I've had these Sonicares for about 15yrs now and without a doubt the best toothbrush out there. My girlfriends looking for one after trying mine so will pass this along. Thanks poster.

Incidently they can be picked up at the dental trade shows for about £25 in promo deals but this is still a bargain for £49. Costco do have them for about £125 for a pack of two.
#25
great will check it out,my oral b electric is on last legs.
#26
Seen a few of these at the Central Milton Keynes store the other day as well.
#27
dealhunterqueen
Seen a few of these at the Central Milton Keynes store the other day as well.

Glad to hear it wasn't just my local one. Always a bit of a worry when posting instore deals!
#28
If it's as good quality as Braun then it won't last even 10 months.
1 Like #29
Mascherano
waste of money folks
sorry


Mascherano
louiselouise
And yes, the sonic toothbrushes DO make a difference to your teeth's whiteness and gum health. I use Crest Whitestrips in-between too and my teeth look great.

Incorrect


Instead of giving negative comments, any chance you might actually back up your statements with any extra helpful info? In your opinion why are these a waste of money, and don't brighten your teeth? Dentists (well, mine at least) seem to disagree with your standpoint...

From my experience, they have helped to keep my (less than) pearly whites out of the dentists chair for any work.

And as for whitening, they do seem to keep any stains down, as long as you follow the 2 minute recommendation (ie 30 seconds in each quadrant) twice a day. I drink far too much coffee & tea :(
1 Like #30
Had the oral B brush and it was battering my gums and making them recede, according to my dentist. She suggested I get a philips sonicare, so I did. Wow, what a difference. My teeth have not needed the hygenist for a few years now. They are whiter than before and at every 6 month check up I am told that there is no plaque and my gums are doing really well so no need to see the hygenist. As the hygenist costs about £30 a time this brush has saved me a fortune and kept my teeth in great condition.
If you get one and have never used one before then you will probably experience it tickleing your gums at first. This is really irritating but goes after a few times using the brush, so persevere and you will be greatly rewarded by the results.

Edited By: MrHappy37 on Aug 02, 2010 09:36: edit
#31
I have had three of these and they just don't last. All of mine broke.

I now use an Oral-B one which about £30 half price in sainsburys and it works perfectly.
#32
cubed
I have had three of these and they just don't last. All of mine broke.

I now use an Oral-B one which about £30 half price in sainsburys and it works perfectly.


I've had mine for 6 years (obviously new brush heads now and again) and its still going strong.... would seriously recommend, no other tooth brush gives the same clean feeling to my teeth. Economically thinking I wonder if I've had less fillings in that time?

Edited By: noir_dreams on Aug 02, 2010 10:32: spelling mistake...
banned#33
I think the deal has ended :(
1 Like #34
Can I vote for this being the most aggressive thread on the internet about a toothbrush
#35
DLM
I think the deal has ended :(


It's instore only so will depend on stock.
#36
Mascherano
waste of money folks
sorry


You might be right - it's a few years old now though. Don't know if there's been any more research since:

Thumbs down for electric toothbrush

Suggests you'd be better with a standard electric brush rather than an ultrasonic.

austinc
i didnt know you had to brush for 2 minutes!


No more and no less! Apparently after 2 minutes your teeth aren't getting any cleaner but you are wearing the enamel away (which is how some whitening products work!).
#37
Been using this (very similar model) for nearly 2 years.

My dentist always goes on about how healthy my teeth and gums are.

I would highly recommend this deal as I paid £100 for mine.

Honestly, some people here are so cheap. YES this is £49 quid for a toothbrush, but YES it gives you a fantastically clean and healthy mouth. Stop whining that it ain't £3 and move on.

Edited By: shaunpriest on Aug 02, 2010 11:28: Because I wanted to
#38
MadonnaProject
Wow, going to look for this. Louise where do you get the whitening strips from? Quarterly visits to the hugienist and yearly whitenings do mount up.
Sorry, didn't see this.

I used Crest Whitestrips Supreme (the strongest ones) but there's newer ones now. Ebay, of course ;)
#39
I couldn't see any in the city centre store in Bournemouth or the CastlePoint one. Still a great deal, but I'm guessing they're pretty scarce at that price.
#40
Save your money.
Buy 10p FIRM-bristled toothbrushes from supermarket, brush hard and fast (gums likely to bleed) use colgate regular toothpaste, Brush 1-2 minutes every evening before sleep, rinse rapidly with one mouthful of water only.
Results after 20 years of this method - no dentists, no decay, no receding gums, no mouth problems.

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