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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Black HX9351/04 Rechargeable Toothbrush £79.99 @ Boots
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Black HX9351/04 Rechargeable Toothbrush £79.99 @ Boots

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Black HX9351/04 Rechargeable Toothbrush £79.99 @ Boots

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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Black HX9351/04 Rechargeable Toothbrush

Philips Diamond clean toothbrush HX9352 is finished in sleek matte black ceramic, with hidden led controls. The lights glow from within, and fade when not in use, so all you see is the sheer simplicity of the stylish black handle. Not only is it the most stylish toothbrush, it offers unbeatable performance. This is the ultimate sonic toothbrush from Sonicare, designed to improve oral health whilst whitening teeth. DiamondClean is clinically proven to remove up to 100% more plaque biofilm in hard-to-reach areas and to whiten teeth up to two times better within one week than a manual toothbrush.

The handle, high-density, diamond-shaped bristles and range of five cleaning modes offer a clinical-level clean that dentists recommend to their patients. It comes with a stylish glass beaker for storage, which actually charges the handle, and a compact travel case with USB charger, for convenient charging while travelling.

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Interested to buy but the average price on Amazon CCC for the year has been £113 so is it. Big enough saving it should I wait till boxing day sales... Not sure

This is a great toothbrush, I got it last year Black Friday.

thanks op, im actually looking for a new one as mine is starting to get a bit old. Amazon appear to have the white version for this price, but not the black one. I wonder if they are slowly trickling down price matching them.

Black one now available on Amazon.

You could wait until Thursday and get this when the £10 in points reward (for every £50 spent) is on..,

Torres76

You could wait until Thursday and get this when the £10 in points reward … You could wait until Thursday and get this when the £10 in points reward (for every £50 spent) is on..,


eh, whats this £10 in points reward.. not aware of this, please explainfy

best toothbrush ever

urgurinder

eh, whats this £10 in points reward.. not aware of this, please explainfy … eh, whats this £10 in points reward.. not aware of this, please explainfy



Voila :-)

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gracias senor

Torres76

Voila … Voila :-)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/10-boots-points-when-spend-50-instore-24th-november-2543178


gracias senor

urgurinder

gracias senorgracias senor



Go instore and do it. Say you spend £150 in one go you get £30 back in points. The only catch is you cannot spend points from Boots card on the transaction.

Also you can get £10 cashback through Quidco hotukdeals.com/dea…038

Edited by: "blackpigeon" 22nd Nov 2016

Been waiting for this to drop and have just ordered with John Lewis who price matched the boots price. 2 year guarantee included. Great deal for a great toothbrush.

I've owned two of those, both failed after about 18 months with the same fault. Philips won't repair them, and don't offer a spares service for these.

m.boots.com/h5/…=uk

How does the Phillips compare with the above Oral B item? Thanks

Torres76

http://m.boots.com/h5/cat_hub?path=%2Fen%2FOral-B-GENIUS-9000-Black-Electric-Toothbrush-Powered-by-Braun_1856196%2F&unCountry=ukHow does the Phillips compare with the above Oral B item? Thanks



Wondering the same thing.

Personally I think I would prefer the Sonicare as I've always used a manual toothbrush but the endless reliability complaints really put me off. You can get JL to price match for 2 year warranty but it still concerns me.

Oral B while they're not perfect for reliability, I'm sure, have 24 months from Boots directly. The bluetooth and app thing on the Oral B seems like total nonsense to me - the only real question I can think of is "which cleans better, sonic vibration or rotary (like Oral B)?"

I've not found an answer!!

djbenny1

Wondering the same thing.Personally I think I would prefer the Sonicare … Wondering the same thing.Personally I think I would prefer the Sonicare as I've always used a manual toothbrush but the endless reliability complaints really put me off. You can get JL to price match for 2 year warranty but it still concerns me.Oral B while they're not perfect for reliability, I'm sure, have 24 months from Boots directly. The bluetooth and app thing on the Oral B seems like total nonsense to me - the only real question I can think of is "which cleans better, sonic vibration or rotary (like Oral B)?"I've not found an answer!!



​Go on Google scholar, research suggests its the oscillating electric toothbrush that improved tooth and gum health significantly over a sonic brush. Both are significantly better than a manual brush however, so it depends which you currently use.

djbenny1

Wondering the same thing.Personally I think I would prefer the Sonicare … Wondering the same thing.Personally I think I would prefer the Sonicare as I've always used a manual toothbrush but the endless reliability complaints really put me off. You can get JL to price match for 2 year warranty but it still concerns me.Oral B while they're not perfect for reliability, I'm sure, have 24 months from Boots directly. The bluetooth and app thing on the Oral B seems like total nonsense to me - the only real question I can think of is "which cleans better, sonic vibration or rotary (like Oral B)?"I've not found an answer!!



​"Conclusion: The rotation-oscillation power toothbrush was significantly more efficacious than the sonic toothbrush in removing
plaque, in reducing gingivitis, and lowering the number of bleeding sites after 12 weeks of twice-daily brushing"
From a 2009 research paper.

It's probably worth noting though that in terms of brushing technology, the 9000 hasn't changed since the previous model so the deal for an Oral B 6000 is probably the best option.

eastchinnockcider

I've owned two of those, both failed after about 18 months with the same … I've owned two of those, both failed after about 18 months with the same fault. Philips won't repair them, and don't offer a spares service for these.



but they have a 2 year warranty....
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