Philips HX6972/10 Sonicare FlexCare Plus Toothbrush £79.99 @ Argos
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Philips HX6972/10 Sonicare FlexCare Plus Toothbrush £79.99 @ Argos

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Found 11th Jan 2013
Saw this and seems to be cheapest around (ranged from £85 to 99 on most sites) and reviews are very good. Just what you need post Christmas binge! Hope it is of use. Home delivery and reserve and collect available if in stock (seems to be a few).
Details:

Combining patented sonic technology and 5 brushing modes, the Philips FlexCare+ Deluxe brush is your solution for complete gum care. The 2-minute timer helps ensure recommended brushing time while the Quadpacer interval timer encourages thorough brushing. Dynamic cleaning action drives fluid between teeth and the angled brush head neck for better reach to back teeth.
•Proven to improve oral health. Naturally whiter teeth with patented sonic technology. Clinically proven safe and gentle. Improves gum health in just two weeks.
•Offers you a customized cleaning experience. Easy-start program to acclimate to the Sonicare experience.

Features
•Timer for better brushing.
•5 cleaning modes: Clean: for maximum cleaning efficacy. Gum care: improves gum health. Refresh: perfect for a quick freshen-up. Sensitive: extra-gentle on sensitive teeth. Massage: to stimulate gums.
•Quadpacer (encourages attentive brushing of each quadrant of the mouth) Smartimer (2-minute timer helps ensure recommended brushing).
•2 brush heads: ProResults Standard and Mini brush head.
•Sonic technology for naturally whiter teeth.
•Recharge indicator light.
•Replacement head.
•Muti voltage compact travel charger.
•Travel case included.
•Rechargeable: 12 hours for full charge.
•84 mins usage time, based on 2 mins twice a day.

General information
•For ages 12 years and over.
•Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
•EAN/MPN/UPC/ISBN: 8710103450917.


Additional Information

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Nectar points available not sure on Quidco cash back. Also 20% off for additional heads as offer.

8 Comments

I don't think I could pay £80 for a toothbrush, even if I was loaded. It's not a Philips, but Aldi have a sonic toothbrush on offer this Sunday for £17.99, with a replacement pack of 6 heads for £4.99. That's £23 for a sonic toothbrush and 7 heads in total, and it comes with a 3 year warranty. I would even baulk at paying £23, but could maybe just about force myself, if I was convinced they were better than diy toothbrushes.

lowrieh1

I don't think I could pay £80 for a toothbrush, even if I was loaded. … I don't think I could pay £80 for a toothbrush, even if I was loaded. It's not a Philips, but Aldi have a sonic toothbrush on offer this Sunday for £17.99, with a replacement pack of 6 heads for £4.99. That's £23 for a sonic toothbrush and 7 heads in total, and it comes with a 3 year warranty. I would even baulk at paying £23, but could maybe just about force myself, if I was convinced they were better than diy toothbrushes.



Sonicare are definitely very good, but you can pick up one at Sainsburys, though a lower model, for £22.50

mike

I've recently purchased the Diamond Clean Sonicare, and it is by far the best yet ... It was £99 on an amazon lightening deal. I'd challenge any one to go back to a cheaper toothbrush after trying a Sonicare.

Going back to a manual toothbrush you feel you may as well not even bother brushing your teeth.

The Diamond clean is better than this one, I have had both.

We have this toothbrush and when my boyfriend told me he'd spent £80 on a toothbrush I nearly ripped his head off BUT it is amazing, your teeth feel so clean. I'm pretty sure we paid the same price though so not sure it's much of a deal.

Original Poster

Thanks thus far for the comments

I know the first time we bought one and said "how much!" but as noted you do see and feel the difference. I think they come on and off deals apparently but this was the cheapest I could see, but great to see it works Helenearles

Thank you Rawson for feedback I have not tried the Diamond clean but did note some feedback about programme selection issues and the advice was to get the flexi and use the diamond clean heads. Something to do with being hard to see or select mode when brushing? But as you note if you want the best you do have to pay for it


Edited by: "Ambleball" 12th Jan 2013

Ambleball

Thanks thus far for the comments



To be honest, I noticed the mode selection issue myself as soon as I used it. But if you are used to using these it is not too much of an issue. E.g. once you select the mode you wish to use, it reverts back to that mode each time you turn it on. It is a genuine design flaw though. I'm not sure the only difference in the brush head, as I find that the diamond clean is more agressive than the flexcare.

Gone up to £94.99

Original Poster

Thank you
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