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Philips Sonicare DailyClean 2100 Electric Toothbrush Dual Pack only - £35.99 @Amazon
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Philips Sonicare DailyClean 2100 Electric Toothbrush Dual Pack only - £35.99 @Amazon

£35.99£52.9032%Amazon Deals
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Posted 18th Dec 2019

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This is not a bad price for a duo set of sonicare brushes...the last best price is a little high 3368570.jpg
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What’s the difference between this and the diamond clean option?
57331018/12/2019 19:10

What’s the difference between this and the diamond clean option?



I think the better the name...the more they charge for them. So I'd doubt there is much difference..
57331018/12/2019 19:10

What’s the difference between this and the diamond clean option?



I used diamondclean my gf has the cheaper option, diamondclean comes with fancy glass charger/usb ....but the most noticable difference is the power, diamonclean has 5 different brush settings and seems to clean better....but the basic still does it very well.
Think this has a NiMH rather than lithium-ion. But seems good value for 2 brushes
Edited by: "r.a.52" 18th Dec 2019
r.a.5218/12/2019 19:41

Think this has a NiMH rather than lithium-ion. But seems good value for 2 …Think this has a NiMH rather than lithium-ion. But seems good value for 2 brushes


I found the brush dies long before the nimh celled variants die anyway!
Gone back up to £50
youchoose18/12/2019 19:13

I think the better the name...the more they charge for them. So I'd doubt …I think the better the name...the more they charge for them. So I'd doubt there is much difference..


There are quite a few differences.
Diamondclean has a more, shall we say energetic motor, that achieves the higher (62,000) brush strokes per minute which translates to better cleaning results.
DiamondClean also has a Li-Ion battery (this advertised deal comes with a Ni-Mh), has a slimmer profile handle making it less cumbersome to hold, it's provided with a home charger plus a travel charging case that charges off USB. 5 cleaning modes.

It's up to you whether or not these features are worth the extra wodge of cash or not.

Having used their products since they were first released in the UK, I have to say the DC is their best brush without having to stretch to their Smart version which frankly I think is a waste of money with an RRP ~£350, which is plain ridiculous.

If you're the sort of person that doesn't have much time for being careful with their gadgets, (like a relative of mine - you can give them a Ferrari a Rolls Royce, an OLED TV or whatever the best of the best is for the device you're talking about - and they will find a way of destroying it before the 12 months warranty is up), then getting one of Philips' cheaper/more basic Sonicares may be the answer for you.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 19th Dec 2019
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