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Soniclean PlatinumHDX Electric Toothbrush £19.99 / £21.98 delivered @ Chemist4u

£19.99 @ chemist4u.com
Available in both black and white https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-electric-toothbrush-sonic-technology-black.html https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-electric-t… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Available in both black and white

https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-electric-toothbrush-sonic-technology-black.html

https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-electric-toothbrush-sonic-technology-white.html

Cheapest deal I could find, these are on sale at Amazon for £29.99.

Get another 5% off if you type in the code BLACKFRIDAY in the basket.

FREE Delivery when you spend £25 or more, I added 2 brushes and with the discount code got them for £35.98

AWSAVER gives 7.5% discount of £1.50, £1.99 delivery = £20.48

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Loads of specials from 10p upwards include the £3.99 brush heads mentioned below at £3.99 - stack some bargains with the 7.5% discount to get to £25 for free delivery.

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1 Like #1
where can i get the replacement head? and how much
1 Like #2
JC1997
where can i get the replacement head? and how much
https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-replacement-toothbrush-sonic-head-4-pack-black.html for £3.99


Edited By: niceroundpound on Nov 26, 2016 17:41
3 Likes #3
Bought one of these last year and it blew out the electricity in my house.

Just a word of warning.
#4
tdbih
JC1997
where can i get the replacement head? and how much
https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-replacement-toothbrush-sonic-head-4-pack-black.html for £3.99
awsome thanks, do you think can i use my philips head on these toothbrush? :D
1 Like #5
Fo3
Bought one of these last year and it blew out the electricity in my house.
Just a word of warning.
Thanks for the heads up, they seem to have good reviews on Amazon but I'll make sure I charge them on surge protection
2 Likes #6
rooney10
[quote=Fo3] Bought one of these last year and it blew out the electricity in my house.
Just a word of warning.
you might want to get your electrical wiring looked at , just saying ;) Sounds like it killed your toothbrush ...
8 Likes #7
JC1997
tdbih
JC1997
where can i get the replacement head? and how much
https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-replacement-toothbrush-sonic-head-4-pack-black.html for £3.99
awsome thanks, do you think can i use my philips head on these toothbrush? :D

I think its for your teeth , doubt its meant to be used on Phillips head
#8
originally £99 lol yeah okkkk
#9
£17.99 delivered paying with amazon pay after using code... mixed reviews but can't complain at that price. ( never £99 worth £30 tops)

Edited By: sunkissed on Nov 26, 2016 20:15
1 Like #10
ordered thanks op
#11
Quidco cash back 11% too
#12
sunkissed
£17.99 delivered paying with amazon pay after using code... mixed reviews but can't complain at that price. ( never £99 worth £30 tops)
how did you get free delivery, please?
#13
Turret
sunkissed
£17.99 delivered paying with amazon pay after using code... mixed reviews but can't complain at that price. ( never £99 worth £30 tops)
how did you get free delivery, please?
i just checked out with Amazon pay... I'm guessing if you are a prime member its free delivery maybe I'm not sure but their was no postage charge for me
#14
Phillips sonicare knockoff
Do not risk your teeth as the RPM and motion range can be all over the place rubbing your enamel down to nothing
2 Likes #15
dexter
Phillips sonicare knockoff
Do not risk your teeth as the RPM and motion range can be all over the place rubbing your enamel down to nothing
So what RPMs are safe and where are these studies cited?
2 Likes #16
sunkissed
Turret
sunkissed
£17.99 delivered paying with amazon pay after using code... mixed reviews but can't complain at that price. ( never £99 worth £30 tops)
how did you get free delivery, please?
i just checked out with Amazon pay... I'm guessing if you are a prime member its free delivery maybe I'm not sure but their was no postage charge for me


I'm on Prime and still got charged postage using Amazon Pay.
1 Like #17
is this a Phillips?
#18
mymymy
is this a Phillips?
no it is definitely not although they have tried hard to make it look close to one
AbuG
dexter
Phillips sonicare knockoff
Do not risk your teeth as the RPM and motion range can be all over the place rubbing your enamel down to nothing
So what RPMs are safe and where are these studies cited?
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8436635
#19
mymymy
is this a Phillips?

No, clearly not. And knockoff would be the right word to describe it, as it really does look like a Philips sonicare copy.
It's copying the sonicare diamond clean mostly it looks like.
http://www.boots.com/en/Philips-Sonicare-DiamondClean-Black-HX9351-04-Rechargeable-Toothbrush_1651088/
#20
Interesting read
https://www.animated-teeth.com/electric_toothbrushes/t3_sonic_toothbrushes.htm
http://www.bestelectrictoothbrushlist.com/

Also look at the comparison between sonicare 31000 strokes/min vs Oral B 40000 and then see what this beauty is claiming 48000!!! might be even more who knows.Do yourself a favour and get this if price is that much of an issue
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4879457?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59157|cid:199887993|agid:17436842313|tid:pla-186452002113|crid:74692317273|nw:g|rnd:16388722289188562403|dvc:c|adp:1o2&gclid=CNqs6bmIydACFUoW0wod81YLMQ


Edited By: dexter on Nov 27, 2016 13:46
#21
I bought one last year, had an oral b before. I've been very impressed, battery lasts for weeks and my teeth feel amazingly clean. I'd recommend.
1 Like #22
stevesdad
I bought one last year, had an oral b before. I've been very impressed, battery lasts for weeks and my teeth feel amazingly clean. I'd recommend.
worn enamel feels smoother (_;)

Edited By: dexter on Nov 27, 2016 14:03
#23
the information on that page no way supports "enamel erosion". if any thing it states that sonic technology uses 'non-contact with the bristles' which is reduces effectiveness from 95% to 65%. there is no support for statement of enamel erosion. It discusses sonic technology in general there is no mention of this specific brand...

the ncbi citation abstract likewise does not discuss erosion it discusses effectiveness of plaque removal.

Hence, you have not given your statements any credibility!

dexter

Also look at the comparison between sonicare 31000 strokes/min vs Oral B 40000 and then see what this beauty is claiming 48000!!! might be even more who knows.Do yourself a favour and get this if price is that much of an issuehttp://www.argos.co.uk/product/4879457?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59157|cid:199887993|agid:17436842313|tid:pla-186452002113|crid:74692317273|nw:g|rnd:16388722289188562403|dvc:c|adp:1o2&gclid=CNqs6bmIydACFUoW0wod81YLMQ

lol.. the soniclean is upto 48,000 sonic strokes per minute
the oral B is 5,600 stroke per minute i.e it is not even in the sonic range and clearly not 40,000 as you claimed.
again it points to confusion of the subject at hand.
#24
excellent!! cheers!!
#25
AbuG
the information on that page no way supports "enamel erosion". if any thing it states that sonic technology uses 'non-contact with the bristles' which is reduces effectiveness from 95% to 65%. there is no support for statement of enamel erosion. It discusses sonic technology in general there is no mention of this specific brand...
the ncbi citation abstract likewise does not discuss erosion it discusses effectiveness of plaque removal.
Hence, you have not given your statements any credibility!
dexter

Also look at the comparison between sonicare 31000 strokes/min vs Oral B 40000 and then see what this beauty is claiming 48000!!! might be even more who knows.Do yourself a favour and get this if price is that much of an issuehttp://www.argos.co.uk/product/4879457?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59157|cid:199887993|agid:17436842313|tid:pla-186452002113|crid:74692317273|nw:g|rnd:16388722289188562403|dvc:c|adp:1o2&gclid=CNqs6bmIydACFUoW0wod81YLMQ
lol.. the soniclean is upto 48,000 sonic strokes per minute
the oral B is 5,600 stroke per minute i.e it is not even in the sonic range and clearly not 40,000 as you claimed.
again it points to confusion of the subject at hand.
knock yourself out mate buy this brush and i am sure your dentist would appreciate your custom
#26
dexter
AbuG
the information on that page no way supports "enamel erosion". if any thing it states that sonic technology uses 'non-contact with the bristles' which is reduces effectiveness from 95% to 65%. there is no support for statement of enamel erosion. It discusses sonic technology in general there is no mention of this specific brand...
the ncbi citation abstract likewise does not discuss erosion it discusses effectiveness of plaque removal.
Hence, you have not given your statements any credibility!
dexter

Also look at the comparison between sonicare 31000 strokes/min vs Oral B 40000 and then see what this beauty is claiming 48000!!! might be even more who knows.Do yourself a favour and get this if price is that much of an issuehttp://www.argos.co.uk/product/4879457?cmpid=GS001&_$ja=tsid:59157|cid:199887993|agid:17436842313|tid:pla-186452002113|crid:74692317273|nw:g|rnd:16388722289188562403|dvc:c|adp:1o2&gclid=CNqs6bmIydACFUoW0wod81YLMQ
lol.. the soniclean is upto 48,000 sonic strokes per minute
the oral B is 5,600 stroke per minute i.e it is not even in the sonic range and clearly not 40,000 as you claimed.
again it points to confusion of the subject at hand.
knock yourself out mate buy this brush and i am sure your dentist would appreciate your custom

i did already... the problem is people posting mis-information based upon their feeling and no evidence what so ever.
#27
Got the genuine DiamondClean on Friday and the travel case is worth it alone.
#28
I have one. It is totally different from an Oral B. It does not rotate the head but vibrates like a Philips. Seems good to me. There are 4 settings for different intensity. I would recommend.
1 Like #29
Don't forget the black one comes with a built in hillbilly detector. If it matches the colour of your teeth, congratulations, you're a hillbilly!
#30
Fo3
Bought one of these last year and it blew out the electricity in my house.
Just a word of warning.
Not sure how, if you are plugging in the bathroom socket. Try using a shaver plug and plugging into a normal 3 pin plug
#31
stevesdad
I bought one last year, had an oral b before. I've been very impressed, battery lasts for weeks and my teeth feel amazingly clean. I'd recommend.
I agree this battery last approximately 6 weeks
#32
dexter
mymymy
is this a Phillips?
no it is definitely not although they have tried hard to make it look close to one
AbuG
dexter
Phillips sonicare knockoff
Do not risk your teeth as the RPM and motion range can be all over the place rubbing your enamel down to nothing
So what RPMs are safe and where are these studies cited?
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8436635


I ordered the Phillips deal yesterday in the end...bit more but worth it I think.
1 Like #33
Mmmm black, like my teeth.
1 Like #35
Because that time it was already posted twice so they expired it
#36
I've been wanting to get one for a while and at this price I took the plunge.
#37
JC1997
where can i get the replacement head? and how much
Is there any reason why you can't find this information yourself?
#38
OOS....expire plz.....
#39
Not a bad price
#40
Did anyone's £10 cashback track?

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