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Philips Sonicare DailyClean 2100 Electric Toothbrush Dual Pack - Dark Blue/Pink - HX3212/61 £35.99 Down from £99.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare DailyClean 2100 Electric Toothbrush Dual Pack - Dark Blue/Pink - HX3212/61 £35.99 Down from £99.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Aug

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Philips Sonicare DailyClean 2100 Electric Toothbrush Dual Pack - Dark Blue/Pink - HX3212/61 £35.99 Down from £99.99


Seems good price for dual pack!


On Amazon Deal of the Day. The single one seems to be on offer for £23.99
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Very good price for x2... HOT!
Says delivery 1-3 months??
Thanks OP, ordered.
Thanks OP, a Christmas present sorted. Added a book I wanted and was able to use my £15 off £40 app thingy promo code, so saved a fair bit
Ordered, and its says delivery 27th Sept - 16th Nov.. 👀
£99.99 ?
Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to rotate in circular motion yourself. Better to get oral b if you want the easiest way to get the good oral hygiene!
Mrssparkler18/08/2019 02:41

Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to …Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to rotate in circular motion yourself. Better to get oral b if you want the easiest way to get the good oral hygiene!


I agree. After many years I switched to a Philips Sonicare. Developed sore gums and bleeding after 6 months with plaque build up. Switched back to Oral B and rectified it within 4 months.
Rats. Back up to £99 now
Mrssparkler18/08/2019 02:41

Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to …Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to rotate in circular motion yourself. Better to get oral b if you want the easiest way to get the good oral hygiene!


Totally agree. I had a sonicare diamondclean, it was the top model at the time and did leave my mouth feeling clean, but it recently stopped working. Now I have an oral-b genius x and it's miles better imo, feels much more powerful and gives a proper clean which I thought my philips did, but it couldn't have been now I compare it to the oral-b.
Mrssparkler18/08/2019 02:41

Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to …Would not recommend. Sonic only moves left and right. So you need to rotate in circular motion yourself. Better to get oral b if you want the easiest way to get the good oral hygiene!


Cancelled my purchase!
I much prefer sonicare. I find it much more gentle on my gums and it keeps my teeth stain and plaque free, even though I drink lots of tea/coffee.
kevinyork18/08/2019 06:08

I agree. After many years I switched to a Philips Sonicare. Developed sore …I agree. After many years I switched to a Philips Sonicare. Developed sore gums and bleeding after 6 months with plaque build up. Switched back to Oral B and rectified it within 4 months.


Yeah that tends to happen! I see a lot of patients who use sonic brushes and develop gum disease cause they just don't do circular motions!
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