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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush £99.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush £99.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Sep
From the sonic toothbrush brand recommended by dental professionals worldwide, comes the most stylish toothbrush yet. Philips DiamondClean toothbrush is finished in sleek matte ceramic, with hidden LED controls. The simple, elegant design is highlighted from within by lights that glow and fade when not in use, for a minimalist look.

Not only is the DiamondClean the most elegant sonic electric toothbrush, but it delivers unbeatable performance, for whiter, healthier teeth for life. The Premium Plaque head will remove up to 10x more plaque and achieve healthier gums in just 2 weeks compared to a manual toothbrush.

With Philips Sonicare DiamondClean, you can achieve a whiter smile from day 1 vs a manual toothbrush and leading whitening toothpaste

Key Features
A whiter smile in 1 week with the included DiamondClean brush head*
Choose from 5 modes : Clean, White, Sensitive, Gum Care and Deep Clean
Up to 10x more plaque removal than a manual toothbrush
Improved gum health in just 2 weeks*
Comes with 1 handle, 1 USB travel charging cases, 1 charging base
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Utter waste of money, all you need is a £20 electric toothbrush & brush your teeth end of story!
Stay clear of sonicare diamondclean mine broke and was replaced under warranty and then within a few weeks my wifes also broke....fast forward about 8mths later both broke again so 4 toothbrush handles broke in less than 2 years and sonicare refused to replace the 2nd lot, sold them on Ebay and bought Oral B, not a problem at all
Fatchops1111/09/2019 22:47

Stay clear of sonicare diamondclean mine broke and was replaced under …Stay clear of sonicare diamondclean mine broke and was replaced under warranty and then within a few weeks my wifes also broke....fast forward about 8mths later both broke again so 4 toothbrush handles broke in less than 2 years and sonicare refused to replace the 2nd lot, sold them on Ebay and bought Oral B, not a problem at all


Had my Sonicare for 4 years now, still going strong.
daverobinson524311/09/2019 22:55

Had my Sonicare for 4 years now, still going strong.


Lucky you as I say we had 4 handles and they all broke within 2yrs, absolute joke of a company.
Paid £80 from boots in the sale and sold broken handle,charging boxes, glasses for £30 each on ebay.
Bought Oral B which we feel are much better and give a better clean
Fatchops1111/09/2019 23:00

Lucky you as I say we had 4 handles and they all broke within 2yrs, …Lucky you as I say we had 4 handles and they all broke within 2yrs, absolute joke of a company. Paid £80 from boots in the sale and sold broken handle,charging boxes, glasses for £30 each on ebay. Bought Oral B which we feel are much better and give a better clean


Oral B are far superior, agreed!
Fatchops1111/09/2019 22:47

Stay clear of sonicare diamondclean mine broke and was replaced under …Stay clear of sonicare diamondclean mine broke and was replaced under warranty and then within a few weeks my wifes also broke....fast forward about 8mths later both broke again so 4 toothbrush handles broke in less than 2 years and sonicare refused to replace the 2nd lot, sold them on Ebay and bought Oral B, not a problem at all


Mine lasted less than a year to, just stopped working.
So another steer clear from me
These need treating, Aretha Franklin said it best, with respect.
If you drop it, chances are something will go wrong. Plus you need to keep it free of crud n limescale to ensure the button works with a positive action and only when YOU press it, not because it gets jammed and powers itself up.
Then there's sod's law to contend with if you get one that's not quite right from the factory.

There's a lot more tech in this when compared to an OralB's motor arrangement, which sounds like a mini tractor in comparison. Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz vs RRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.


As for the price, these had dropped to £100 for a couple of years, consistently sold at Argos and Boots for that much, then Philips jacked up the prices again, high street don't need much of an excuse to follow and they were selling them for £200 ish.
Prices seem to be on the downward trend again.
If you can find it for less than £85 then it's more of a deal.

Amazon did a dual pack of these for £160ish.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Sep
Good price mine has worked for years and years. Travel case is a great feature(usb charging whilst traveling) Very little between tooth brush brands.
My still going strong since 2012,but with new battery
2016alex201611/09/2019 23:39

Good price mine has worked for years and years. Travel case is a great …Good price mine has worked for years and years. Travel case is a great feature(usb charging whilst traveling) Very little between tooth brush brands.


Absolutely one of the perks. A small cable, your travel usb multi charger for this and everything else like phone tablet etc, and then this brush in its induction charging case. Sorted.

Hope the next one released has a major improvement on the battery life and perhaps a USB type C instead of the dinosaur connection they currently use, the mini usb, which now is the only device I have using this relic connector.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 11th Sep
Dziambis11/09/2019 23:43

My still going strong since 2012,but with new battery


You changed the battery yourself?
Where d'ya get it from? And combien deniros?
TopTrump11/09/2019 23:48

You changed the battery yourself?Where d'ya get it from? And combien …You changed the battery yourself?Where d'ya get it from? And combien deniros?


Yes, done job by myself, a little bit soldering involved. Battery Here and video here
Got a deal off HUKD and the toothbrush I got is perfect and only needs charging once a month. Plus got so many attachments. Feel bad using them. £20 battery lasts a month and has attachments 👌🏼
Fatchops1111/09/2019 23:00

Lucky you as I say we had 4 handles and they all broke within 2yrs, …Lucky you as I say we had 4 handles and they all broke within 2yrs, absolute joke of a company. Paid £80 from boots in the sale and sold broken handle,charging boxes, glasses for £30 each on ebay. Bought Oral B which we feel are much better and give a better clean


My one broke 2 times in 2 years.
moosheck12/09/2019 08:48

My one broke 2 times in 2 years.


And mine, Philips offered me 25% off next order so bought the 5100 for £45
That's nice.
Perhaps I will contact Philips once my brush die even if outside guarantee.
Anyone tried one of these sonic, cheap versions from Amazon? Are they comparable?
Dziambis11/09/2019 23:43

My still going strong since 2012,but with new battery


How do you replace the battery?
Better deal:https://ww…8U6
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Keepa price history shows it is the lowest this year
Edited by: "jaykaykay" 12th Sep
jaykaykay12/09/2019 12:10

Better …Better deal:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HX6511-50-EasyClean-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B00IUL78U6[Image] Keepa price history shows it is the lowest this year


HX6511-50 has 31,000 brush movements/min, Diamond clean is 62,000
i love my old sonicare my last one lasted 5+ years then i lost it. Would buy another but the review put me off looks like a lot of defects now.
oral b brushes are cheaper but i feel it's a different cleaning acting and the brushes are bigger.
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