Philips HydroClean Pack of 3 Brush Heads (Fits Sonicare Toothbrushes) - £6.99 @ Argos
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Philips HydroClean Pack of 3 Brush Heads (Fits Sonicare Toothbrushes) - £6.99 @ Argos

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Found 2nd Sep 2011
Please don't vote cold just because they are more expensive than an ordinary toothbrush.

Philips HydroClean Pack of 3 Brush Heads for £6.99 @ Argos reserve and collect. Philips website states that these are suitable for these models: FlexCare+, FlexCare, HealthyWhite, HydroClean, EasyClean, DiamondClean.

Prices elsewhere:
Amazon £21.99
eBay £15.50

Grab yourself a bargain!
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Great deal, thanks for posting - heat added
Great find. Can't see that much difference between the Hydroclean and the Proresults which aren't on offer and cost around £19.

Here's the details from the Philips website: http://www.philips.co.uk/c/toothbrush-head/hydroclean-3-pack-hx6003_05/prd/

and if you want to compare these with the ProResults heads then those details are here: philips.co.uk/c/t…rd/
paid full price from amazon a month ago. Never seen them this cheap! heat added
Could any one please clarify me these suitable or not for Philips Sonicare HX6511/02 EasyClean Rechargeable Toothbrush?

Thanks in advance.
Hunt4deal

Could any one please clarify me these suitable or not for Philips … Could any one please clarify me these suitable or not for Philips Sonicare HX6511/02 EasyClean Rechargeable Toothbrush?Thanks in advance.



Yes, it states in the OP that it's okay for the Easyclean model of brush
cheap as chips,
+1
Just bought a Sonicare toothbrush and spotted this, think I'll stock up before it arrives! Cheers.
PhilsterUK

Just bought a Sonicare toothbrush and spotted this, think I'll stock up … Just bought a Sonicare toothbrush and spotted this, think I'll stock up before it arrives! Cheers.



I purchase 3 packs and realised I had 2 packs from a previous offer so I've now got enough heads for the next 4 years!!!
Anybody know if these would fit HX6530?
jtwjtw

Anybody know if these would fit HX6530?



Okay the only website I could find your toothbrush listed is this one sonictoothbrushdirect.co.uk/pro…003 and it looks like the heads they are selling are compatible with your model and therefore I would say yes you'd be fine.
greencode

Okay the only website I could find your toothbrush listed is this one … Okay the only website I could find your toothbrush listed is this one http://www.sonictoothbrushdirect.co.uk/product/HX6003 and it looks like the heads they are selling are compatible with your model and therefore I would say yes you'd be fine.



Cheers. Think I'll go for it.
OOS bros
many thanks, managed to get one..heat added.
hi guys anyone know if they would fit my elite hx 7500
earwolfigz

OOS bros



Available in lots of stores though
chrisstamp

hi guys anyone know if they would fit my elite hx 7500



I'm doubting it. Doesn't yours take the big ones like these amazon.co.uk/Phi…L9O
Thank you very much, reserved some, heat added. There's 1 set left in Sprucefield.
At last an Argos deal that's actually in stock near me!!! Thanks OP....
Good find,got the last one in each of two stores in Hull.
1 left at Hylton Park Sunderland,none around me though
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX5350-02-Rechargeable/dp/B003HGHBVA

Will it fit that model anyone?
Edited by: "dean_brfc" 7th Sep 2011
I used to use an expensive electric toothbrush until I read studies and found that electric toothbrushes are marginally more effective than ordinary toothbrushes. I use an ordinary brush now and after 2 minutes brushing I reckon it's easily as good as the electric was and has saved me money as I don't need to buy a replacement electric toothbrush.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/2679175.stm

thesmileteam.com.au/ele…tml

Robinson PG, et al (2009). "Manual versus powered toothbrushing for oral health". Cochrane Database Syst Rev (1): CD002281. doi:10.1002/14651858.CD002281.pub2. PMID 15846633. — Meta-analysis of studies of the effectiveness of electric toothbrushes

Deery C, et al (2004). "The effectiveness of manual versus powered toothbrushes for dental health: a systematic review". J Dent 32 (3): 197–211. doi:10.1016/j.jdent.2003.11.006.

Just giving another perspective and maybe save some one out there some money possibly.

Haha quote of the day >

"Some electric toothbrushes have LCD screens which show brushing time and sometimes smiley face icons or other images to encourage optimal brushing. These features could encourage people with lower mental capacity and ability, to brush more accurately"





Edited by: "fishmaster" 7th Sep 2011
fishmaster

I used to use an expensive electric toothbrush until I read studies and … I used to use an expensive electric toothbrush until I read studies and found that electric toothbrushes are marginally more effective than ordinary toothbrushes. I use an ordinary brush now and after 2 minutes brushing I reckon it's easily as good as the electric was and has saved me money as I don't need to buy a replacement electric toothbrush.http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/2679175.stmhttp://www.thesmileteam.com.au/electricpowerversusmanual.html Robinson PG, et al (2009). "Manual versus powered toothbrushing for oral health". Cochrane Database Syst Rev (1): CD002281. doi:10.1002/14651858.CD002281.pub2. PMID 15846633. — Meta-analysis of studies of the effectiveness of electric toothbrushesDeery C, et al (2004). "The effectiveness of manual versus powered toothbrushes for dental health: a systematic review". J Dent 32 (3): 197–211. doi:10.1016/j.jdent.2003.11.006.Just giving another perspective and maybe save some one out there some money possibly.Haha quote of the day >"Some electric toothbrushes have LCD screens which show brushing time and sometimes smiley face icons or other images to encourage optimal brushing. These features could encourage people with lower mental capacity and ability, to brush more accurately"



You've obviously not used an electric toothbrush in the last 4 or so years, namely, the Sonicare. The proof is in the pudding mate and if you reckon a manual is better than that, you're a liar!!
MadeInBeats

You've obviously not used an electric toothbrush in the last 4 or so … You've obviously not used an electric toothbrush in the last 4 or so years, namely, the Sonicare. The proof is in the pudding mate and if you reckon a manual is better than that, you're a liar!!



Whilst not quite so vehemently defending electric toothbrushes, sonicares are bl**dy wonderful, if not expensive, toothbrushes. I would never go back to regularly using a manual though I'm happy to use them if I have to. The mini head for elites are great and when they're a bit worn, they clean around taps etc very nicely.
Edited by: "KeithD" 7th Sep 2011
dean_brfc

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FPhilips-Sonicare-HX5350-02-Rechargeable%2Fdp%2FB003HGHBVA]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX5350-02-Rechargeable/dp/B003HGHBVA[/url]Will it fit that model anyone?



No. You need the big ones - half way down this page: philips.co.uk/c/t…ec/
Have reserved 2 packs. Will they fit our HX6731 ? Used the ProResults ones before.
greencode

No. You need the big ones - half way down this page: … No. You need the big ones - half way down this page: http://www.philips.co.uk/c/toothbrush-head/140006/dec/#tabState=0


Thanks.

I have a reserve code for 2 packs at the Arndale store in Manchester if anyone wants it, I have no use for it now. Code is 209804
wozwebs

Have reserved 2 packs. Will they fit our HX6731 ? Used the ProResults … Have reserved 2 packs. Will they fit our HX6731 ? Used the ProResults ones before.



Yep, they'll fit.
Great, cheers for that
arrrgg! can only find one in an argos that isn't even that close to me, and have to work till 5 tomorrow! i hope i can get there in time before closing!
thanks , will stock up and can cancel my amazon subscribe and save
Doesn't seem to be much stock around but managed to reserve the last one at my local, thanks!
cheezypeas

Doesn't seem to be much stock around but managed to reserve the last one … Doesn't seem to be much stock around but managed to reserve the last one at my local, thanks!



me too, really pleased I love my Sonicare toothbrush!
brilliant thanks OP
Great just got a pack!
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