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Philips Sonicare 2 Series Electric Toothbrush, White £29.99 (With Code) @ Superdrug
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Philips Sonicare 2 Series Electric Toothbrush, White £29.99 (With Code) @ Superdrug

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Posted 18th Nov
Provides a superior clean you can see and feel. Guides you to follow dentist recommendations. Offers a customised brushing experience. Recommended by dental professionals worldwideMore Product Information
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This brush head removes up to 2 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Provides better plaque removal and access to back teeth; brushing twice a day every day with this brush can help reduce cavities. Slim, angled brush head provides better access to back teeth and hard-to-reach places.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. The Quadpacer interval timer indicates when it's time to move to another quadrant of the mouth, while the Smartimer helps you reach the dentist-recommended brushing time of two minutes. The gentle motion of this Philips Sonicare power toothbrush is safe for dental work, including orthodontics, implants and veneers, so you can brush without worrying. Our sonic technology creates a unique dynamic cleaning action that drives fluid deep between teeth and along the gumline for a thorough yet gentle clean.

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Removes up to 2 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Better plaque removal to help reduce cavities

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Amazed this is getting so hot, the frequent philips sales direct are better than this, got the series 3 for £26 in the last one and presume theyll run again on black friday
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Only fly in the ointment is Battery type: NiMH (Operating time - full to empty - Up to 2 weeks)

But forgivable given the low price. A good brush to start with to see if Sonicare is for you.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 19th Nov
Electric toothbrush noob here, I would need an ultra soft set of brush heads in order to go from manual to electric due to (unfortunately) having very soft gums which I have to be ultra careful I don't make them recede.

Are ultra soft brush heads available for this?
OverThereYou19/11/2019 15:07

Electric toothbrush noob here, I would need an ultra soft set of brush …Electric toothbrush noob here, I would need an ultra soft set of brush heads in order to go from manual to electric due to (unfortunately) having very soft gums which I have to be ultra careful I don't make them recede.Are ultra soft brush heads available for this?


Sonicare incorporate a feature which is enabled from the factory. It's called Easy-start. This feature gently increases power over the first 14 brushings to let you get used to brushing with the Sonicare.

See user manual page 11

They make sensitive specific brushes if you feel that the included sample brush-head isn't for you.
Or take a look at gum care specific brushes here.
Or you could buy higher up their range for a handle that offers different cleaning modes of which one is gum care focussed.

Brush refill prices at Boots and Superdrug tend to be quite a bit more expensive than online alternative retailers - so have a rummage to see prices. DiamondClean brush-heads have been known to be on offer on Amazon for £20 for a pack of 8.
Also, quite a few 3rd party manufacturers with dramatically lower prices for copies (though some could argue that you don't get the same results - that's for you and your dentist to debate).

99% of the Sonicare range share the same brush head stem. Just be aware that some of their brush-heads feature an embedded chip which instructs the handle as to which brushing action to use. They have what looks like a WiFi symbol towards the base of the stem. There's no point in paying a premium for these, but if you find them on a deal, go ahead and buy 'em as a handle without the chip sensor will still work with them. You just miss out on the "AI" element which is of questionable value anyway.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 19th Nov
Out of all the best Philips sonicare toothbrushes, which would you recommend? Thinking of moving to these (for myself and my girlfriend) as we are both manual brushes. Looking for a good quality one up to around the £80 mark?
GriffithsM19/11/2019 15:31

Out of all the best Philips sonicare toothbrushes, which would you …Out of all the best Philips sonicare toothbrushes, which would you recommend? Thinking of moving to these (for myself and my girlfriend) as we are both manual brushes. Looking for a good quality one up to around the £80 mark?


For me it's the DiamondClean when it's on a deal.
Currently they're £100, but Philips and the retailers have been playing games with the prices this year. They're making out that it's a deal at that price, when all day every day for the previous two years you could find it at JL, Argos & Boots at £99.
When they were first released on the market, they had an RRP of £250 but you never had to pay that, even on the high street.
It's part of their marketing bs.
Amazon do a dual pack which was £154.99 (Oct 12, 2019)

Features that mark it out as better:
- Lithium Ion battery that doesn't suffer from battery charging memory syndrome.
- Comes with a charging base that you leave at home and a travel USB charging case which means no more lugging about specific power adapter on your travels.
- 5 brush modes - the ones I tend to use - are Whiten, and Polish.
- Highest number of brush sweeps per minute from all of their range.
- Better designed brush handle that makes it easier to keep clean. No rubber buttons that tend to crack with age.

Some say they've had reliability problems with them, but provided you don't drop it it will be fine. The motor mechanism isn't built to withstand clumsy use, so hide it away when you go to a hotel to minimise the chances of the room cleaner dropping it on the bathroom tiles.



Note the difference in the home brush charging dock.


Gen 1 & 2 of the DiamondClean (with a quoted 'up to 21 days' usage capacity) came with a glass beaker and DiamondClean brush-heads. They came supplied with a standard sized diamondclean brush-head (Gen 1 gave you two) and a small diamondclean brush-head for you to try out. A useful beaker made from glass that is placed over the charging base to hold your brush.

Brush modes on these two gens: Clean - White - Polish - Gum Care - Sensitive

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Gen 3 (which claims up to 14 days usage battery capacity) has a plastic transparent puck that sits on the silver charger. This puck only grips the brush by around about 1.5cm, making it less 'accidentally topple proof' as the beaker.
Brush modes on the newer gen has one of the 5 functions now titled: Deep Clean.
Note the slightly different brush head, which they call Deep Clean, features sprung mounted tufts. Device is supplied with just the one head, with some online comments stating that these tufts drop out after a few uses.

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As to what positive Gen 3 offers over Gen 2, I don't know. It could be they've made it more robust, OR the complete opposite and offering less performance for the same money. Judging by the reductions by way of less battery life, one brush head & puck cost cutting, I think it's the latter.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 19th Nov
TopTrump19/11/2019 15:19

Sonicare incorporate a feature which is enabled from the factory. It's …Sonicare incorporate a feature which is enabled from the factory. It's called Easy-start. This feature gently increases power over the first 14 brushings to let you get used to brushing with the Sonicare.See user manual page 11They make sensitive specific brushes if you feel that the included sample brush-head isn't for you.Or take a look at gum care specific brushes here.Or you could buy higher up their range for a handle that offers different cleaning modes of which one is gum care focussed.Brush refill prices at Boots and Superdrug tend to be quite a bit more expensive than online alternative retailers - so have a rummage to see prices. DiamondClean brush-heads have been known to be on offer on Amazon for £20 for a pack of 8.Also, quite a few 3rd party manufacturers with dramatically lower prices for copies (though some could argue that you don't get the same results - that's for you and your dentist to debate).99% of the Sonicare range share the same brush head stem. Just be aware that some of their brush-heads feature an embedded chip which instructs the handle as to which brushing action to use. They have what looks like a WiFi symbol towards the base of the stem. There's no point in paying a premium for these, but if you find them on a deal, go ahead and buy 'em as a handle without the chip sensor will still work with them. You just miss out on the "AI" element which is of questionable value anyway.


Thank you so much
Amazed this is getting so hot, the frequent philips sales direct are better than this, got the series 3 for £26 in the last one and presume theyll run again on black friday
Are these actually any good? I used to have an oral b electric brush and it wasn't great. No better than a normal brush.

Can someone who has one give me an honest review?
Anybody know the difference between this deal and this 1 where the sonicare is only £18.99 with code?
superdrug.com/Toi…+UK

Genuinely interested as I want to buy 1 but don't know why the £10 difference and if it's worth it Or not?
Cheers.
Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights page
richh19/11/2019 17:51

Are these actually any good? I used to have an oral b electric brush and …Are these actually any good? I used to have an oral b electric brush and it wasn't great. No better than a normal brush.Can someone who has one give me an honest review?


Yes. Sonicare as a toothbrush concept is GGGggggreat. The whole idea is based upon the brush filaments moving so fast (hence the sonic part of the name) that it creates a foam of toothpaste that's got the energy to make its way into the nooks and crannies normal brushing can't reach. You know, like Heineken, refreshes the parts other lagers cannot reach.

Oral-B is agricultural in comparison.

The rest is up to you & your toothpaste.
As for me, it was one of those products I still remember the decision making process and deciding to spend £100 fourteen or so years ago.
Glad I did.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 20th Nov
OverThereYou19/11/2019 15:07

Electric toothbrush noob here, I would need an ultra soft set of brush …Electric toothbrush noob here, I would need an ultra soft set of brush heads in order to go from manual to electric due to (unfortunately) having very soft gums which I have to be ultra careful I don't make them recede.Are ultra soft brush heads available for this?


If you want soft then defo do not buy this.

Try getting the sonicare with the variable settings. It has 3 power settings. Wife has it and uses the lowest setting. Too soft for me. Phillips have it on offer in their main shop online for £40. Link to it below

philips.co.uk/c-p…ush

If you want to spend a bit more then 4300 model has gum care mode and next one up the 5100 model has 3 power settings and a few other features. However if this is your 1st sonicare then the £40 is more than adequate.

Hope that helps
GriffithsM19/11/2019 15:31

Out of all the best Philips sonicare toothbrushes, which would you …Out of all the best Philips sonicare toothbrushes, which would you recommend? Thinking of moving to these (for myself and my girlfriend) as we are both manual brushes. Looking for a good quality one up to around the £80 mark?


Have a look at the 5100 or 6100 on Philips shop online.

They're on offer at moment and I think you can get 15% subscriber code as well, check quidco and topcashback for cash back offers.

I've got the old version very similar to 6100.
richh19/11/2019 17:51

Are these actually any good? I used to have an oral b electric brush and …Are these actually any good? I used to have an oral b electric brush and it wasn't great. No better than a normal brush.Can someone who has one give me an honest review?


Yep deffo better. I used oral b I'd say for around 12 years. Had an oral b that was around £80 ish. By chance tried sonicare and wow massive difference. I've been using Philips now for 8 years say. The oral b I now use at work for the odd occasion before a meeting and really notice the difference in how poor it is compared to Philips. Only downside to Philips is they're a tad delicate so don't like being dropped and they last on average of no more than 3 to 4 years for me.
Purchased for the wife, thanks. Sonicare has the cheapest (knock off) replacement heads available, making it a great long term investment.
use this link also guys seems like the above link is busy......superdrug.com/Toi…005
Be Careful you don't over do it with any electric toothbrush. My wife wore away her enamel following her denteists advice to get one and use it on a particular tooth.
TopTrump19/11/2019 12:50

Only fly in the ointment is Battery type: NiMH (Operating time - full to …Only fly in the ointment is Battery type: NiMH (Operating time - full to empty - Up to 2 weeks)But forgivable given the low price. A good brush to start with to see if Sonicare is for you.


What's the issue?
herrbz20/11/2019 16:37

What's the issue?


Whaddya mean? The battery?

It's based on old-tech and suffers from memory effect. Li-Ion doesn't, plus it holds more charge.
Sonicare used to make a brush that you could use your own batteries, rechargeables, or if caught short, a couple of Alkalines (taken from the Hotel room's TV remote) and off you went.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 20th Nov
TopTrump20/11/2019 17:22

Whaddya mean? The battery?It's based on old-tech and suffers from memory …Whaddya mean? The battery?It's based on old-tech and suffers from memory effect. Li-Ion doesn't, plus it holds more charge.Sonicare used to make a brush that you could use your own batteries, rechargeables, or if caught short, a couple of Alkalines (taken from the Hotel room's TV remote) and off you went.


Oh I see. I couldn't tell what the problem part was, as a 2 week battery sounded quite nice. Thanks, I'm on the lookout for a new one around Black Friday
Ouzoherb20/11/2019 12:11

Be Careful you don't over do it with any electric toothbrush. My wife …Be Careful you don't over do it with any electric toothbrush. My wife wore away her enamel following her denteists advice to get one and use it on a particular tooth.


stiupid dentist
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