Philips DiamondClean White Replacement Heads (4 Pack) - £15.58 + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Philips DiamondClean White Replacement Heads (4 Pack) - £15.58 + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 18th Jan
This is almost the cheapest these have ever been, usually I would pay £5 more than this for replacement heads for my Sonicare and thought that was cheap.
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Ordered! Thanks for posting!
Thanks, was about to get some soon.
Edited by: "MusicInMe" 19th Jan
Good deal. There was the offer of 8 for £12.99 that I got a few weeks ago but time travel required.

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Sadly only the white heads on offer the black ones are still £29.99 voted hot thought !!
Edited by: "dom19" 18th Jan
dom191 h, 1 m ago

Sadly only the white heads on offer the black ones are still £29.99 Sadly only the white heads on offer the black ones are still £29.99 voted hot thought !!


Colours 2nd dental hygiene 1st
Another reason to get a superior Oral B. These things are a stupid price!
MrAoo4 h, 13 m ago

Colours 2nd dental hygiene 1st


That is true however having a black Sonicare It would look odd unless I have the black replacement heads it is a good price though if you are not picky about these things like me lol
Besford8 h, 27 m ago

Another reason to get a superior Oral B. These things are a stupid price!


You can always get different brand heads which I've heard are just as good. Also, may I just point out that these heads are supposed to last up to 3 months? So... you are paying 15 quid for a year supply and even less if you go for a different brand. Does it still sound that expensive? Your "superior" Oral B toothbrushes are notorious for having battery life and charging problems. I have both at home and I would still pick the Sonicare any time.
Now gone back up in price.
£11.50 now
Thanks op ordered.
highdon2 h, 20 m ago

.... I have both at home and I would still pick the Sonicare any time.


Dentists disagree.
Besford52 m ago

Dentists disagree.


I would be very much interested in your sources. All comparisons and research articles are inconclusive as they are merely biased opinions. The authors are most likely being paid by either Oral B or Philips to release those and have no data to prove their theories. There is no actual evidence proving that either is suprerior to the other, do your research.
Besford1 h, 6 m ago

Dentists disagree.


They're paid to disagree 😁
highdon3 h, 19 m ago

I would be very much interested in your sources. All comparisons and …I would be very much interested in your sources. All comparisons and research articles are inconclusive as they are merely biased opinions. The authors are most likely being paid by either Oral B or Philips to release those and have no data to prove their theories. There is no actual evidence proving that either is suprerior to the other, do your research.


I have done in the past and largely agree. I did find a US test site which seemed to be unbiased: it came out marginally in favour of Oral B. Since their 'actions' are different I suspect that alternating them would give the best overall results.

I have tried a 'sonic' type brush from Colgate and it was a complete waste of time and money - got my money back (eventually, after chasing them) under their 30 day trial guarantee.

Probably the more meaningful advice from dentist/hygienist was not to waste your money on mouthwash or those water pic things.

Wife had Sonicare but got fed up with it, partly because of the replacement head costs then it broke so she's a convert to Oral B now.

If you ever have a problem with Oral B their customer service is excellent; possibly Philips are too but haven't tried it.

After paying £2600 for an implant I'm very keen to minimise the risk of another!
Besford4 m ago

I have done in the past and largely agree. I did find a US test site …I have done in the past and largely agree. I did find a US test site which seemed to be unbiased: it came out marginally in favour of Oral B. Since their 'actions' are different I suspect that alternating them would give the best overall results.I have tried a 'sonic' type brush from Colgate and it was a complete waste of time and money - got my money back (eventually, after chasing them) under their 30 day trial guarantee. Probably the more meaningful advice from dentist/hygienist was not to waste your money on mouthwash or those water pic things.Wife had Sonicare but got fed up with it, partly because of the replacement head costs then it broke so she's a convert to Oral B now. If you ever have a problem with Oral B their customer service is excellent; possibly Philips are too but haven't tried it.After paying £2600 for an implant I'm very keen to minimise the risk of another!


My Sonicare broke 21 months into the 2 year warranty, couldn't fault their service.
Besford53 m ago

I have done in the past and largely agree. I did find a US test site …I have done in the past and largely agree. I did find a US test site which seemed to be unbiased: it came out marginally in favour of Oral B. Since their 'actions' are different I suspect that alternating them would give the best overall results.I have tried a 'sonic' type brush from Colgate and it was a complete waste of time and money - got my money back (eventually, after chasing them) under their 30 day trial guarantee. Probably the more meaningful advice from dentist/hygienist was not to waste your money on mouthwash or those water pic things.Wife had Sonicare but got fed up with it, partly because of the replacement head costs then it broke so she's a convert to Oral B now. If you ever have a problem with Oral B their customer service is excellent; possibly Philips are too but haven't tried it.After paying £2600 for an implant I'm very keen to minimise the risk of another!


I was put off by the sonic technology at first too and I was ready to return the toothbrush. However, I then read an article that you have to get used to the vibrations and it's true. It is also prone to misuse - wrong angles etc. After you get a hang of it, I think it is worth it. The Oral B used to make my gums bleed unfortunately, gave it to my girlfriend and she is saying the same. Even with the sensitive heads, it is a bit harsh on gums. In regards to those Colgate "Sonic" toothbrushes - I completely agree, lol. What a waste of money that was. I ended up using it as a regular toothbrush as it was hurting my teeth.

All in all, I think it is up to personal preference. I do not believe either technology is better, but I trust Philips' quality more on this one. Even if it means paying extra for the peace of mind. The battery life is also great - one charge gives me a month of use, 4 minutes per day. That is just amazing.
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