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Philips HX1620 Sensiflex Electric Toothbrush - rrp £28.98 Now £7.25 @ Currys
Philips HX1620 Sensiflex Electric Toothbrush - rrp £28.98 Now £7.25 @ Currys

Philips HX1620 Sensiflex Electric Toothbrush - rrp £28.98 Now £7.25 @ Currys

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Features:
Double Cleaning Action
Cleans visible teeth surfaces
Naturally Whiter Teeth
Targets hard-to-reach plaque
1 No of Brush heads supplied
Gentle on Gums, Tough on Plaque
Gum Protection System
Adjust to maintain optimal brushing

16 Comments

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I'm having trouble believing this was ever £28. Probably got marked that way intentionally so they could put it down and make it look cheaper. It looks like those fiver brushes I see all the time.

Still it is a brand name and I've done absolutely no research on it so take my bah humbug comment with a pinch of whatever you like.

techpops;7258816

I'm having trouble believing this was ever £28. Probably got marked that … I'm having trouble believing this was ever £28. Probably got marked that way intentionally so they could put it down and make it look cheaper. It looks like those fiver brushes I see all the time.Still it is a brand name and I've done absolutely no research on it so take my bah humbug comment with a pinch of whatever you like.



Pretty good reviews on amazon:thumbsup:

techpops;7258816

I'm having trouble believing this was ever £28. Probably got marked that … I'm having trouble believing this was ever £28. Probably got marked that way intentionally so they could put it down and make it look cheaper. It looks like those fiver brushes I see all the time.Still it is a brand name and I've done absolutely no research on it so take my bah humbug comment with a pinch of whatever you like.



Upto £30 elsewhere.

Definitely worth £7.25 as it is a good make and is rechargeable.

Managed to reserve a couple, I assume these use standard replacement sensiflex brush heads?

Thanks op!

That's another christmas present ordered.

Thanks great find, 1 on order at Preston

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Thanks reserved 2.More xmas presents sorted.Heat added.

Just picked mine up and it is a great deal for £7.25

thanks, just picked mine up, wrapped & under the tree.
just did a search for the brush heads and this is what came up, but it says on the description " Fits all HX1500 Philips Sensotec Rechargeable toothbrushes" but on the picture it says sensiflex so does anybody no if these from amazon will fit the HX1620?

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Excellent Deal. Many Thanks. Just reserved 3 at Hanworth.

aye just bagged a couple meself. Let us know when you find the right replacement heads eh?

chegwin;7265190

thanks, just picked mine up, wrapped & under the tree.just did a search … thanks, just picked mine up, wrapped & under the tree.just did a search for the brush heads and this is what came up, but it says on the description " Fits all HX1500 Philips Sensotec Rechargeable toothbrushes" but on the picture it says sensiflex so does anybody no if these from amazon will fit the HX1620?]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HX2014-Sensiflex-Brush-Heads/dp/B0000D8B2Z



I'm not 100% sure but I think they will fit.

Argos have the following for sale (although more expensive) but they state the heads fit the HX1500 and HX1600 range, which would imply both are interchangeable with each other.

As the heads you highlighted in Amazon are compatible with the HX1500 range I'd assume they fit HX1600 also.

ok thanks, might get the ones from amazon as they are only 12 quid. I bought it for the misses , but now if i get the extra heads the kid's and i can use it. £3 a head and they supposed to last 6 month's, i spend more than that on manual toothbrushes ! 1 every 6 weeks @ £1.50 ish.

chegwin;7269002

ok thanks, might get the ones from amazon as they are only 12 quid. I … ok thanks, might get the ones from amazon as they are only 12 quid. I bought it for the misses , but now if i get the extra heads the kid's and i can use it. £3 a head and they supposed to last 6 month's, i spend more than that on manual toothbrushes ! 1 every 6 weeks @ £1.50 ish.



they sposed to last 3 months, not 6.
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