Philips Sonicare Dual Handle Clean and Clear Toothbrush £24.99 @ Argos
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Philips Sonicare Dual Handle Clean and Clear Toothbrush £24.99 @ Argos

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Found 26th Feb 2012
Was looking at the £26.99 Sonicare and the £29.99 Oral-B 2000, then saw this at Argos, which appears to actually include TWO Sonicare toothbrushes?!

Seems a good deal to me. Any thoughts?

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Seems a good deal, love my philips, feels like I just got my teeth cleaned at the dentist. very smooth and good for your gums

Heat added. Good thoothbrushes.

Cheers OP. heat added

What's the point of TWO handles???

What model are the toothbrushes that come with this?

MadeDixonsCry

What's the point of TWO handles???


Not everyone lives alone, sorry.

The only thing about this range of sonicare toothbrushes is that the replacement heads are expensive. I'd personally look for a deal on one which takes the pro results heads.

I was just looking for the brush heads for my e7300, I think there are similar brush heads to this one. Does anyone know where to get them cheap from.

blister

Not everyone lives alone, sorry.


It would be more economical to provide two BRUSH HEADS instead of two HANDLES.

MadeDixonsCry

It would be more economical to provide two BRUSH HEADS instead of two … It would be more economical to provide two BRUSH HEADS instead of two HANDLES.


is his troll or genuinly stupid comment? i cant tell..

zayf

I was just looking for the brush heads for my e7300, I think there are … I was just looking for the brush heads for my e7300, I think there are similar brush heads to this one. Does anyone know where to get them cheap from.


same

I have a similar model which takes the same brushhead. Think it id called 'elite' and they are usually not far off £10 each

MadeDixonsCry

It would be more economical to provide two BRUSH HEADS instead of two … It would be more economical to provide two BRUSH HEADS instead of two HANDLES.


You get what's in the picture two toothbrushes, complete.

One's for the top teeth, the other's for the bottom. Honest.

blister

One's for the top teeth, the other's for the bottom. Honest.



The bottom? Are you sure?

Decentbloke

The bottom? Are you sure?


Whatever floats your boat!

Don't get 'em mixed up...

Bought this today. Good price for 2 sets.
Asda have a single set at £40.

alictait

The only thing about this range of sonicare toothbrushes is that the … The only thing about this range of sonicare toothbrushes is that the replacement heads are expensive. I'd personally look for a deal on one which takes the pro results heads.



I would agree with that. With these ones you have to replace a large part of the toothbrush instead of the small bit it the end. It's like Lexmark printers; what you save in cost initially will probably be a smaller amount than you will spend on the disposable bits over the life of the product.

Banned

Great price I just paid £27 for one off Amazon and only one brush head!!

blister

Not everyone lives alone, sorry.



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davestavros

I would agree with that. With these ones you have to replace a large part … I would agree with that. With these ones you have to replace a large part of the toothbrush instead of the small bit it the end. It's like Lexmark printers; what you save in cost initially will probably be a smaller amount than you will spend on the disposable bits over the life of the product.



After having some serious dental work done (3 molars & their root canals) I just want the best possible brush.

I know it'll not be cheap in brush heads but without going completely crazy I opted for one of these - Philips Sonicare HX6972/10 FlexCare+ Rechargeable Toothbrush with UV Sanitiser
now I've just got to discover the joys of the brush heads & how silly they are in price.

But if it really does give the best clean (from what I've read lots of people are saying so - and more to the point so are their dentists......and having a dentist notice the results is one hell of an endorsement) then it'll be worth it.
I never again want to go through dental hell.

(and yes I do now use interdental brushes & a mouthwash too)
Edited by: "Gixxerman001" 27th Feb 2012

These do have more expensive heads than the more recent Sonicare models but a Sonicare Brush for £12.50.... Come on... Fantastic brushes. Make your teeth feel like you have had a proper visit to the dental hygenist every morning.... Thanks for the posting. HEAT ADDED

I have got e7300, What model are they and are they better than elite series ?

Reserved one in Glasgow

Gixxerman001

After having some serious dental work done (3 molars & their root canals) … After having some serious dental work done (3 molars & their root canals) I just want the best possible brush.I know it'll not be cheap in brush heads but without going completely crazy I opted for one of these - Philips Sonicare HX6972/10 FlexCare+ Rechargeable Toothbrush with UV Sanitiser now I've just got to discover the joys of the brush heads & how silly they are in price.But if it really does give the best clean (from what I've read lots of people are saying so - and more to the point so are their dentists......and having a dentist notice the results is one hell of an endorsement) then it'll be worth it.I never again want to go through dental hell.(and yes I do now use interdental brushes & a mouthwash too)



I justify my expensive toothbrush the same way. Even NHS dentists charge a fortune to do any work now. There are two different styles of sonicare heads and these use the more expensive ones. The difference in price is a lot less than when I was researching toothbrushes (£7 vs £5 on amazon) so this is a better deal than I though. Never buy the heads in a shop, though. These ones are about £30 for 2!

The heads are the e-series ones

This is a FANTASTIC deal. These arestill the best sonic toothbrushes you can buy. They were £65 each when I was at dental school and every professional dentist there rated them very highly.

Hurry up and get one (and a spare) before they're sold out. Just got the last pair from my local store.

Well done OP ! Beats that stupid post for roll your own fags by a trillion miles !

I have the Oral B 2000 series with the floss action heads. The replacements are currently 4 for £10 in Asdas. I considered the Sonicare but the cost of replacements put me off.

Still, hot deal for two.

Trancemaster

I have the Oral B 2000 series with the floss action heads. The … I have the Oral B 2000 series with the floss action heads. The replacements are currently 4 for £10 in Asdas. I considered the Sonicare but the cost of replacements put me off.Still, hot deal for two.



Twin pack of replacement head = £20 on Amazon. Cheaper to buy these and throw them away when done.

Googled the ISBN # to find that the model number is: HX5751/02

This looks like it is retailing on Amazon at £30.94 for one handle and one brush head.

Also noticed that the HX5350/02 seems to have more information (i.e. more reviews on both argos and amazon) around then this model number. Anyone know of the difference, as they both seem to be able to use the same brush heads, and if anything it seems as though the HX5751/02 series has an added 30 second timer?

Either way, I've reserved for store pickup as it seems to be a cracking price.
Edited by: "Synchrotron" 27th Feb 2012

ordered. been using sonicare elite for past few years and its still going strong. you couldnt get these cheaper than £50 each at the time. was an electric toothbrush sceptic for ages but they really do make a difference. already got a spare for when the battery starts to fail on my original but i dont know when thats going to be, got the spare for £20 of amazon a while back and i thought that was a bargain.

worth ordering just for the heads alone like previous poster said.

H E A T
Edited by: "rigsby9" 27th Feb 2012

Perfect timing. Thank you OP.

i swear by a sonicare so just buy it
But do remember to unscrew the head every now and then as toothpaste acts like a great feast for fungus to grow at the base of the brushhead
Edited by: "dexter" 27th Feb 2012

Sorry, whats the exact model number of this please? Cheers. I know that the Sonicare HX1610 one is originally cheap.

Cheers OP; ordered 2 lots into store.

Just for reference, Argos have a Q & A page

answers.argos.co.uk/ans…htm

Confirmation of 2 toothbrushes;
The model number is E5350.
Replacement heads for this toothbrush are from the E-series .

I had the HX6972 series last time and it broke less than a year. The problem was the fungus at the base of the head and finally the whole motor mechanism just became loose and fell apart. The UV cleaning system broke only a couple of months down the line.

I have reserved these as did like the nice clean teeth but fear it will break soon again??
any tips on keeping them live for longer

marian_14_jul

I had the HX6972 series last time and it broke less than a year. The … I had the HX6972 series last time and it broke less than a year. The problem was the fungus at the base of the head and finally the whole motor mechanism just became loose and fell apart. The UV cleaning system broke only a couple of months down the line.I have reserved these as did like the nice clean teeth but fear it will break soon again??any tips on keeping them live for longer



They are only for cleaning teeth. Not the whole house!

canada16

good for your gums



Any idea why? I'm not challenging this statement just curious as to in what way. When I last visited my dentist he told me to brush in a circular motion as I was wearing away my gums, but I've ended up with a Philips (Christmas present) and am thinking an oral B may have been better as they rotate?

Anyone know?

fairytooth

They are only for cleaning teeth. Not the whole house!



Congratulations for the stupid remark, didn't even made me laugh though.

Anyway anyone had similar problems with them?

thanks- needed a new one
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