Philips Sonicare EasyClean £29.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare EasyClean £29.99 @ Amazon

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Not sure why the cold votes. I bought this yesterday in Tesco at £35. Hot from me
Very good price, thanks for posting!
graham172 h, 44 m ago

Not sure why the cold votes. I bought this yesterday in Tesco at £35. Hot …Not sure why the cold votes. I bought this yesterday in Tesco at £35. Hot from me


Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is fine, but the battery is starting to go.
mwitha18 m ago

Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is …Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is fine, but the battery is starting to go.


Streets ahead!
This is not the cheapest they have ever been, but a good price compared to recently:uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Phi…O3U
£25 with paypoint credit.

Top up £20 with Halifax/Lloyds/Santander debit at co op (activate 10% cashback first) for £2 cashback so possible £23.00
Edited by: "Speculator" 30th Sep 2017
The one Tesco are selling for £35 is the latest model and much better than this old stock.
I'm onto my 3rd one of these. They last about 4 -5 years . I prefer the toothbrush shape of the head which are often on offer in Boots. I'd recommend.
mwitha3 h, 2 m ago

Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is …Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is fine, but the battery is starting to go.



The Philips range are easier to change the battery than the Braun, but this model is a bit more tricky than other Philips ones. toothbrushbattery.com/gui…nt/
Good price, heat. This is the lowest model with the same 31k stroke of the higher (FlexCare, DiamondClean, etc.) models, it lacks the extra brushing modes and sensitivity settings. Most people don't need those and just brush on the one setting.
mwitha4 h, 31 m ago

Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is …Is it any good? I currently have a Braun electric toothbrush which is fine, but the battery is starting to go.


Completely different things really. Do you want a rotating head like your Braun or one of these?
Any decent cheapish heads available?
termite7 h, 48 m ago

The one Tesco are selling for £35 is the latest model and much better than …The one Tesco are selling for £35 is the latest model and much better than this old stock.

Which one is that?
I find these noticeably worse build quality than the slightly more expensive healthywhite. Have had 3 fail after just 6-15 months with a rotted o-ring. Philips replacement service is good, but it's a PITA and too much hassle to keep going through it after less than a year.
termite1st Oct

It's this one, available instore LINK

So a lesser brush then.

That's not better spec wise than the one being shown here
Gary_Dexter1 h, 1 m ago

So a lesser brush then. That's not better spec wise than the one being …So a lesser brush then. That's not better spec wise than the one being shown here


if that's what you think
Gary_Dexter2nd Oct

So a lesser brush then. That's not better spec wise than the one being …So a lesser brush then. That's not better spec wise than the one being shown here

Looking up the specs the tesco one (6251) has 2 modes but is NiMH, the amazon one is 1 mode but has LiON battery. Both similar list prices. I'd rather have the better battery than a massage mode.
Thanks
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