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Philips HX6983/33 Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush - Twin Pack £109.97 @ Amazon
Philips HX6983/33 Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush - Twin Pack £109.97 @ Amazon

Philips HX6983/33 Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush - Twin Pack £109.97 @ Amazon

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Was looking for one of these and this seems to be the best price for a twin set i can find.


Product Features
The new ProResults brush head has been designed with broader sweeping motion and contour fit bristles for increased tooth coverage
Philips HX6983/33 Sonicare FlexCar ProResult brush head provides better, comfort-enhanced brushing experience
Contoured brush head comes in two sizes to meet different needs, Standard is ideal for complete cleaning, Mini provides precision cleaning
3 Flexible brushing modes and 2 Personalised cleaning routines
2 Year Warranty

5 Comments

Good deal - yes.......However.....

Personally I wouldn't recommend Sonicare anymore [having been a fan of their stuff for about 7 years with three different models] since my recent introduction to the Oral B by Braun range of toothbrushes.

Do yourself a favour and get two of these 8900's for less money [£44.04 each] boots.com/web…053 Plus Boots also have a 8 pack of brusheads for just £12 odd instore at the moment!

The huge cost of replacement brushheads for the Sonicare was always a bone of contention with me.

But the real difference is in how well the Oral B ones clean - I found it to be like chalk and cheese to be honest. Try one - I guarantee you definitely won't be disappointed with the results :thumbsup:

The 8900 model referred to above has been on promotion for a while now [usually around the £80/90 mark] and has 3 modes [2 speeds]. Check out the reviews on amazon.co.uk/Bra…1-1 [it's a lot dearer there].

If you want a cheaper model [which is exactly the same, but has a single speed/mode] then the 8000 model is still only £24 odd [half price] at both Boots and Sainsburys I think.

Chargers have a worldwide voltage. A 'downside' compared to the Sonicare is that they do feel a bit more 'agricultural/unrefined/noisy' in operation, but they definitely do a far, far better job actually cleaning your teeth IMO, which is the main thing. There is also a variety of different brushheads available if you want. 2 year warranty too.

Sorry to go on a bit, but I really wish I had been persuaded into the Oral B stuff years ago.

Faythur;5134343

But the real difference is in how well the Oral B ones clean - I found it … But the real difference is in how well the Oral B ones clean - I found it to be like chalk and cheese to be honest. Try one - I guarantee you definitely won't be disappointed with the results..they definitely do a far, far better job actually cleaning your teeth IMO, which is the main thing.



I was amazed to see this, I thought it was a joke at first and couldn't possibly disagree more. I've been using powered toothbrushes for years and since getting my first Sonic toothbrush I would never go back to a scrubber. When my partner goes away and takes the one we share I go back to the Oral B and can't wait for her top get back, my teeth just don't feel clean.

Get a Sonicare, they're great and the Philips customer service is utterly fabulous.

Faythur;5134343

Good deal - yes.......However.....Personally I wouldn't recommend … Good deal - yes.......However.....Personally I wouldn't recommend Sonicare anymore [having been a fan of their stuff for about 7 years with three different models] since my recent introduction to the Oral B by Braun range of toothbrushes.Do yourself a favour and get two of these 8900's for less money [£44.04 each] http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=54899&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=10053 Plus Boots also have a 8 pack of brusheads for just £12 odd instore at the moment!The huge cost of replacement brushheads for the Sonicare was always a bone of contention with me.But the real difference is in how well the Oral B ones clean - I found it to be like chalk and cheese to be honest. Try one - I guarantee you definitely won't be disappointed with the results :thumbsup:The 8900 model referred to above has been on promotion for a while now [usually around the £80/90 mark] and has 3 modes [2 speeds]. Check out the reviews on http://www.amazon.co.uk/Braun-Oral-B-Professional-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B0011NNP5W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=drugstore&qid=1241610986&sr=1-1 [it's a lot dearer there].If you want a cheaper model [which is exactly the same, but has a single speed/mode] then the 8000 model is still only £24 odd [half price] at both Boots and Sainsburys I think. Chargers have a worldwide voltage. A 'downside' compared to the Sonicare is that they do feel a bit more 'agricultural/unrefined/noisy' in operation, but they definitely do a far, far better job actually cleaning your teeth IMO, which is the main thing. There is also a variety of different brushheads available if you want. 2 year warranty too.Sorry to go on a bit, but I really wish I had been persuaded into the Oral B stuff years ago.



Thanks for that comprehensive review - I was undecided about whether to purchase a Sonicare or Oral B electric toothbrush, but I'll opt for an Oral B one now.

pealy....

I honestly really cannot understand why you consider the Sonicare to give a better clean - unless perhaps you are not using the Oral B correctly ....or maybe it's not one of the newer types with the '3D' type of movement.....???

I don't mean that in any derogatory sense, it's just that my wife and two 'children' [aged 25yrs and 30yrs] who have since also been 'converted', wholeheartedly agree with me. All previous Sonicare users too.

The Sonicare is good yes, but, again IMHO, I find the Oral B is miles better:...

Sorry

Now down to under £100!!

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