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Provides a superior clean you can see and feel. Recommended by dental professionals world wide Offers a customized brushing experience. Guides you to follow dentist recommendations


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Provides a superior clean you can see and feel. Recommended by dental professionals world wide Offers a customized brushing experience. Guides you to follow dentist recommendations

Features

The EasyStart feature adjusts the power level of the toothbrush over the first 14 uses to help you get used to the Sonicare experience, streamlining the transition from a manual toothbrush. Features a Quadpacer interval timer to help encourage thorough brushing of the entire mouth. The toothbrush beeps every 30 seconds, signifying it's time to move to another area of the mouth. This Philips Sonicare power toothbrush features a special Smartimer to help you meet the dentist-recommended brushing time of two minutes.

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Helps reduce cavities
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Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.
We just had 2 of these that just broke they lasted about 12 months then they broke then we got them both replacement under warranty and gor another 12 months out of them. But we both like them so ordered 2 more for £65. Thanks
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treat myself and mum for xmas one.. cheers, also went through for free costa voucher also
How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in most shops?
Cheers! Picked up white and black for £55 and £10 costa voucher!
We just had 2 of these that just broke they lasted about 12 months then they broke then we got them both replacement under warranty and gor another 12 months out of them. But we both like them so ordered 2 more for £65. Thanks
I used oral B with the sensitive heads and made sure I was gentle, but I still felt like the electric toorhbrush was too much for my teeth & gums to handle. Switched to a 'manual' very soft brush for sensitivity and feels much better.

Interested to know if the sonicare would cause me same issue, or is it very gentle?
Voted hot but nothing beats a good old fashioned Tooth Brush to get the job done properly!
superfreddy16/11/2019 23:46

How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in …How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in most shops?



I had an Oral B one years ago and then I upgraded to another Oral B one a couple of years back, which had an unnecessary Bluetooth feature that I never used but the price was right (like £40 as opposed to £120).... but it stopped charging some months back.

My Mum bought a cheapish Sonicare and couldn’t get a long with it and left it with me before my Oral B one broke, it’s like she had a sixth sense! Anyway, I obviously started using that and I’ve got to say that I prefer the Sonicare. So much so that I might even buy this one.

With the Oral B I had, not only did it stop charging but the rubber grip started to discolour and then eventually peel away. My older Oral B one the battery couldn’t keep charge (probably pre lithium ion or something), so although they’re decent enough I’ve had a couple of gripes.

Personal preference I think and for me it’s Sonicare from here on in. I feel like they actually clean better.
Edited by: "R99YEO" 17th Nov 2019
JSmooth17/11/2019 00:04

We just had 2 of these that just broke they lasted about 12 months then …We just had 2 of these that just broke they lasted about 12 months then they broke then we got them both replacement under warranty and gor another 12 months out of them. But we both like them so ordered 2 more for £65. Thanks


If you contact sonicare they’ll replace the replacement. Even after a year.
Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.
edgeone17/11/2019 06:34

Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half …Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.


Thanks went for this, didn't know the difference between the 507 and 508 just assuming the 508 is the newer one so went for that, £2 off both just now too
I tried the sonicare one and it wasn't for me. Sent it back and bought an oral b for £30 and I find it far superior to these but everyone has a preference. Heat for this deal though.
I've been nagged to get one for ages....looked a lot, heat for this thread for sure but just found 3 series one for only £5 more if it helps some. 3 series more matches what my dentist suggested for my kinda teeth.
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Edited by: "MicksteryMan" 17th Nov 2019
Bums! I paid 54 quid for this a week ago. Great toothbrush!
edgeone17/11/2019 06:34

Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half …Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.


Yes great toothbrush. Probably the reason Sonicare have been slashing prices.
I switched to Sonicare for a while and my dentist actually asked me if I'd changed toothbrush as the plaque build up was noticeable. Went straight back to oral b and never had a plaque issue since
mdekq00717/11/2019 09:39

Bums! I paid 54 quid for this a week ago. Great toothbrush!


Buy it again and return the new one using your original receipt.
Lottiebird17/11/2019 10:30

I switched to Sonicare for a while and my dentist actually asked me if I'd …I switched to Sonicare for a while and my dentist actually asked me if I'd changed toothbrush as the plaque build up was noticeable. Went straight back to oral b and never had a plaque issue since


Maybe some complaceny creeps in and then renewed effort when given the advice. Happens to us all!
MicksteryMan17/11/2019 11:03

Maybe some complaceny creeps in and then renewed effort when given the …Maybe some complaceny creeps in and then renewed effort when given the advice. Happens to us all!


This was a good 5 years ago and I only developed plaque whilst using the Sonicare. I think it's due to the size of the head and my misaligned teeth, the smaller round head on the Oral b is better at getting really close to my gum lines
Not sure why this is getting heat when the Sonicare range is currently on series 5?
shez12917/11/2019 12:40

Not sure why this is getting heat when the Sonicare range is currently on …Not sure why this is getting heat when the Sonicare range is currently on series 5?


That's wrong.

It's on 6.

And also 4 times the price.
edgeone17/11/2019 06:34

Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half …Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.


Absolutely agree with this!

We charge ours every 3-6 weeks, it’s insane & cheap!

Their customer service is absolutely brilliant as well - They recently replaced one of ours that a little fault without us even sending it back
Kevo2k717/11/2019 00:42

Voted hot but nothing beats a good old fashioned Tooth Brush to get the …Voted hot but nothing beats a good old fashioned Tooth Brush to get the job done properly!


Dentists generally recommend electric ones are being better than non electric. I can see they would be more effective around gums.
123sonny12317/11/2019 00:22

I used oral B with the sensitive heads and made sure I was gentle, but I …I used oral B with the sensitive heads and made sure I was gentle, but I still felt like the electric toorhbrush was too much for my teeth & gums to handle. Switched to a 'manual' very soft brush for sensitivity and feels much better. Interested to know if the sonicare would cause me same issue, or is it very gentle?


I'd seriously consider trying it. Your gums and teeth will get used to it. Even if it feel uncomfortable at first, a soft manual brush isn't going to lift plaque and tartar build up as effectively as an electric brush. When I started using an electric brush I was always very gentle with it incase I damaged my gums and teeth. Until I started having gingivitis. I couldn't understand why considering that I was using an electric brush with quality toothpaste. I tried various things until my hygienist explained that I wasn't brushing firmly enough, especially around the gum line where the tooth meets the gum. I got worried because I actually got a bit of bleeding from a few teeth for pressing harder, but I continued and my gums healed. I also highly recommend using Tepe's at least once day to brush between teeth. Since then my hygienist is stunned at how my gums have healed. So, don't worry if it feels a bit rough, as long you don't scrub your gums, it will look after your teeth and gums in the long run.
l_i_s_a17/11/2019 14:12

Absolutely agree with this! We charge ours every 3-6 weeks, it’s insane & c …Absolutely agree with this! We charge ours every 3-6 weeks, it’s insane & cheap! Their customer service is absolutely brilliant as well - They recently replaced one of ours that a little fault without us even sending it back


Any idea how you compare the different models so you know which is like for like? I.e. oral b 6500, sonicare 3 series and fairywill whatever level?
superfreddy16/11/2019 23:46

How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in …How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in most shops?


I've had the Oral B for about 2 years now. I can't compare them to other brands since they are my first electric toothbrush however I've started to notice that the battery doesn't last very long. Initially it was a week, but now I have to charge it every 2-3 days. This means that the strength is also weakened and reduces the effectiveness of the brush. I'm looking at getting alternative brands for now. These bigger brand ones are twice as much and their consumable parts also end up costing alot.
Dekard9717/11/2019 15:18

I'd seriously consider trying it. Your gums and teeth will get used to it. …I'd seriously consider trying it. Your gums and teeth will get used to it. Even if it feel uncomfortable at first, a soft manual brush isn't going to lift plaque and tartar build up as effectively as an electric brush. When I started using an electric brush I was always very gentle with it incase I damaged my gums and teeth. Until I started having gingivitis. I couldn't understand why considering that I was using an electric brush with quality toothpaste. I tried various things until my hygienist explained that I wasn't brushing firmly enough, especially around the gum line where the tooth meets the gum. I got worried because I actually got a bit of bleeding from a few teeth for pressing harder, but I continued and my gums healed. I also highly recommend using Tepe's at least once day to brush between teeth. Since then my hygienist is stunned at how my gums have healed. So, don't worry if it feels a bit rough, as long you don't scrub your gums, it will look after your teeth and gums in the long run.


Agreed. You have to be a bit firm. In the beginning your gums may bleed bad that will stop once your gums get used to it. Certainly be firm when brushing
If your gums are bleeding youre brushing too hard. Insane to tell people to continue you can cause damage that wont just heal. Brushing too hard can cause your gums to recede.

Better to ignore advice in here and ask your dentist instead as everyones mouth and gums are different.
waxsta17/11/2019 16:51

Agreed. You have to be a bit firm. In the beginning your gums may bleed …Agreed. You have to be a bit firm. In the beginning your gums may bleed bad that will stop once your gums get used to it. Certainly be firm when brushing


Absolutely. It's a bit scary, I felt like I had to be even more gentle because I was damaging them when they bled, the truth is the opposite with gums. It meant the gums were inflamed and bacteria had started to attack the gum tissue and that needs to be cleaned out. I've heard people say they don't floss or use interdental brushes because it makes their gums bleed, not realising that if your gums bleed then they need to bleed to clean the bacteria out. Eventually gingivitis leads to periodontitis which is irreversible gum damage and eventually tooth loss.
Important to bear in mind...unlike the higher priced variants, this model has a NiMH battery, meaning slightly more frequent charges versus its Li-Ion-powered versions like the Sapphires
ec9wrr17/11/2019 06:19

If you contact sonicare they’ll replace the replacement. Even after a year.


What's the warranty on these?

I bought the diamond clean black for 120 odd quid off Amazon a few years ago, broke a few days ago
39013280-6Dvbi.jpggood deal. although have had this screen twice now so we'll see! might end up with 4
Korg717/11/2019 17:37

What's the warranty on these?I bought the diamond clean black for 120 odd …What's the warranty on these?I bought the diamond clean black for 120 odd quid off Amazon a few years ago, broke a few days ago


Two years. But I’ve sometimes argued with sonicare and had replacement even after the two years. Quote the RRP and say I expected it to last longer given the rrp!
frankiefmg17/11/2019 17:37

[Image] good deal. although have had this screen twice now so we'll see! …[Image] good deal. although have had this screen twice now so we'll see! might end up with 4


use your mobile phone instead of laptop or pc....it has happened to me and I used my phone to placed an order ......
tammyy17/11/2019 17:41

use your mobile phone instead of laptop or pc....it has happened to me and …use your mobile phone instead of laptop or pc....it has happened to me and I used my phone to placed an order ......


i've just tried using paypal instead of debit card and it went through fine (on pc still). could be an issue with taking debit payments anywho, thanks guys
Kevo2k717/11/2019 00:42

Voted hot but nothing beats a good old fashioned Tooth Brush to get the …Voted hot but nothing beats a good old fashioned Tooth Brush to get the job done properly!


Except an oral b electric
superfreddy16/11/2019 23:46

How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in …How are these compared to the Oral B ones? Are the brushes easy to buy in most shops?


My dentist said that the round brush is better for teeth.

Those ones are not. Therefore, I am going to stay with my Oral B 9000.
Had an oral B sonic that lasted for 4-5 years but stopped holding its charge as long so thought I would upgrade the wife's, and mine to the Phillips ones, even despite the expensive heads they have.. Bad idea. I'm on my 3rd in 18 months and she's on her second, all the same issue of going really noisy, as it seems a screw comes loose inside (Google it) and one just started going on and off in the mide of the night, and never came back on again, even after the reset procedure they tell you to try. Complete nightmare, can't believe how bad they are. Maybe one replacement as you know things break after all, but 5!? Mate has one and said he has never had an issue with it for nearly 2 years, then realised he had it on the minimum setting, put it on level 3 and there it was, knackered!
JSmooth17/11/2019 00:04

We just had 2 of these that just broke they lasted about 12 months then …We just had 2 of these that just broke they lasted about 12 months then they broke then we got them both replacement under warranty and gor another 12 months out of them. But we both like them so ordered 2 more for £65. Thanks


I don't think their toothbrushes are well made or built to fail. Mine lasted 12 months and a few days so ran out of warrenty. Their customer service was great so they sent me a replacement. That one last less than a year.

I had a Braun before Sonicare and it last 4 years and only changed battery was starting to not hold charge. Braun heads are also cheaper and on offer.
edgeone17/11/2019 06:34

Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half …Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.


Added to my Xmas list thank you! Hopefully it's like sonicare minus the label.
edgeone17/11/2019 06:34

Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half …Checkout Fairywill on Amazon, pretty much the same as Sonicare but half the price and battery last a lot longer. Heads are a lot cheaper too and customer service is excellent. Had for over 6 months and it's been perfect.


Iv had my philips sonicare for 4 years not a single issue.
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