Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 3rd Generation Electric Toothbrush £84 @ Philips
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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 3rd Generation Electric Toothbrush £84 @ Philips

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Found 6th Feb
Use 20% discount code: FANNEW18

Possible 13% cashback with Quidco which brings it down to £73

Available in colours white, black, pink and rose gold.

If you complete the purchase as guest there was also an option for a further 5% reduction if you create an account.

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Edited by: "ellenw" 6th Feb
Does this code work for brush heads?
Having just paid £2600 for an implant I had a long chat with my dentist about best brush types - these vs Oral B type.

Bottom line: both can do the job but these sonic ones need much more 'technique' to work properly. Oral B (3D type) the better choice - and cheaper too! Neither works alone - you still need floss, interdental brushes, etc. I worked out it's going to take me about 2 days a year to look after the teeth I still have, plus the time and cost of dentist and hygienist visits - I think I'm in the wrong business!

I was also advised that regular mouthwash and those 'air flosser' things are a waste of money. Just brush properly (most people don't) and get regular checks and hygienist visits.
Edited by: "Besford" 6th Feb
ellenw5 h, 0 m ago

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Where is this? What is the code?
Interesting choice of discount code
Steeljedi1 h, 12 m ago

Where is this? What is the code?


The link takes you to it
Edited by: "ellenw" 6th Feb
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Besford1 h, 40 m ago

Having just paid £2600 for an implant I had a long chat with my …Having just paid £2600 for an implant I had a long chat with my dentist about best brush types - these vs Oral B type.Bottom line: both can do the job but these sonic ones need much more 'technique' to work properly. Oral B (3D type) the better choice - and cheaper too! Neither works alone - you still need floss, interdental brushes, etc. I worked out it's going to take me about 2 days a year to look after the teeth I still have, plus the time and cost of dentist and hygienist visits - I think I'm in the wrong business! I was also advised that regular mouthwash and those 'air flosser' things are a waste of money. Just brush properly (most people don't) and get regular checks and hygienist visits.


Good thing you only had the one implant. My sister was unfortunate enough to have a whole selection of dental implants that cost an eye-watering £20,000!

The consensus seems to be that the Oral B and Sonicare are both market leaders with the best brushes that money can buy. Some have argued that Sonicare is better at removing plaque but that it depends on how you’re used to brushing. I had this toothbrush for 3 years before it fell from a windowsill and broke (entirely my fault). I can honestly say that I was very pleased with it and just couldn’t go back to using a normal brush.
Redfist48 m ago

Good thing you only had the one implant. My sister was unfortunate enough …Good thing you only had the one implant. My sister was unfortunate enough to have a whole selection of dental implants that cost an eye-watering £20,000!The consensus seems to be that the Oral B and Sonicare are both market leaders with the best brushes that money can buy. Some have argued that Sonicare is better at removing plaque but that it depends on how you’re used to brushing. I had this toothbrush for 3 years before it fell from a windowsill and broke (entirely my fault). I can honestly say that I was very pleased with it and just couldn’t go back to using a normal brush.


Agreed - but the advice I got was that it's more difficult to use the (more expensive) Philips one correctly.
ellenw7 h, 11 m ago

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Signed up but where is the code?
£84 for a toothbrush!!!!!

How much better is this than say a £30 Oral B?
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fiqqer22 m ago

£84 for a toothbrush!!!!!How much better is this than say a £30 Oral B?


How much do you spend going to the dentist? IMO, the cost is justified if it leads to fewer problems with your teeth and less treatments at the dentist. The original RRP is £299 for this toothbrush.

May not be a deal for everyone but still a decent saving compared to how much this costs from other retailers.

Best I can recommended is to check out the reviews.
UBV2 h, 2 m ago

Signed up but where is the code?


You will get an email with a unique code.
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Looks like only the pink one is left. Hurry chaps!

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