Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50 £29.98 @ Amazon (DOTD)
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Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50 £29.98 @ Amazon (DOTD)

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Edited by:"louiselouise"Found 19th Nov
I realise this brush was the same price a few days ago - it's now one of Amazon's Deals of the Day. I have the HealthyWhite and LOVE Sonicare brushes.

Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
Easy-start programme eases you into using an electric toothbrush
2 weeks battery life on a full charge
Inbuilt smart-timer signals when your dentist recommended 2 minutes of brushing are up
Our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers

Product Alert: This product comes with a two-pin UK plug. This is suitable for two-pin UK electrical sockets, which are often found in bathrooms.


*Good to see Amazon highlighting this - you wouldn't believe the amount of negative reviews left because people don't realise - so you need a shaver adaptor, if you don't already have one - easily found in £1 shops, or from ebay £1.50 or Best Offer ebay.co.uk/itm…046*

From a toothbrush brand recommended by Dental Professionals worldwide, the Philips Sonicare EasyClean HX6511 offers superior cleaning versus a manual toothbrush. Sonicare's sonic technology drives fluid between the teeth and along the gumline to give better plaque removal than a manual toothbrush.The ProResults brush head provides a comfort-enhanced brushing experience, outstanding plaque removal and improves gum health in just 2 weeks*.

*Gingival Health - in vivo study, Effect of power brushing on clinical indices in periodontitis patients, Offenbacher S, Barros SP, Aspiras M, De Jager M. J Dent Res 90 (Spec Iss A): 0807, 2011

The QuadPace and SmartTimer encourage balanced brushing across your whole mouth and help you brush for the recommended time of at least 2 minutes.

Why Choose Sonicare?
Taking good care of your teeth and mouth is essential, because your oral health can directly affect your overall health. While it doesn't mean you should say goodbye to the dentist's chair forever, an effective daily routine, using a good toothbrush, such as a Sonicare, will help. These brushes provide up to 100 per cent better plaque removal in hard-to-reach areas versus a manual, thanks to the sonic technology. This delivers a gentle and dynamic cleaning action that drives fluid deep between teeth and along the gum-line to help prevent the development of gum disease and improve gum health in just two weeks.

The Philips Sonicare brand is backed by more than 140 publications and abstracts representing clinical and laboratory studies conducted at more than 40 universities and research institutes worldwide. Philips electric toothbrushes are proven to promote and improve oral health, from reducing plaque build-up to improving overall gum health. They have also demonstrated the ability to increase patient compliance to oral health and hygiene regimens between dental visits. Over 22 million users worldwide testify to the great experience of using Philips Sonicare toothbrushes. Philips Sonicare is recommended by dental professionals worldwide.

In order to get the most out of your Sonicare’s battery life, it is essential that you charge it for 24 hours before first use.
2831250.jpgGum Health
Gum health is the foundation of good oral health, yet most adults suffer from gum disease at some point in their lives. Thankfully, Sonicare electric brushes are clinically proven to improve gum health in just two weeks. It cleans along the gum line, removing plaque while stimulating gums.
2831250.jpgClinically Proven Safe and Gentle
Your Sonicare is safe to use on: braces (brush heads wear out sooner when used on braces), dental restorations (fillings, crowns, veneers) and periodontal pockets.
2831250.jpgBrush heads
The soft, contoured bristles on the ProResults brush head have been designed for maximum cleaning and whitening performance, allowing direct broader contact with each tooth.

Two Sizes Brush Heads Available
1. Standard brush head: For focused cleaning in areas of special need.
2. Mini brush head: For orthodontic patients and those with smaller mouths.

Reminder bristles gradually fade, indicating when it's time to replace brush heads.
2831250.jpgTwo Minute Timer
Two-minute timer automatically tracks brushing time, ensuring recommended brushing regime is followed and turns the toothbrush off when brushing is complete.
2831250.jpgQuadpacer Interval Timer
30 seconds interval timer indicates when you have completed each quadrant of your mouth and signals for you to move on, resulting in more consistent cleaning throughout your mouth.
2831250.jpgLong battery Life
Exceptionally long 3 weeks of use on a single full charge or 42 2-minute brushings.
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18 Comments

Might be best to update the expiry (today 19/11) and mention it's a deal of the day.

Thanks for posting.

Original Poster

BarmyBulldog1 m ago

Might be best to update the expiry (today 19/11) and mention it's a deal …Might be best to update the expiry (today 19/11) and mention it's a deal of the day.Thanks for posting.



At the very top of my post?
I realise this brush was the same price a few days ago - it's now one of Amazon's Deals of the Day. I have the HealthyWhite and LOVE Sonicare brushes.

Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate electric toothbrushes with their nasty ancient NiCd and NiMH battery technology, so I went on a mission to find a toothbrush with Li-Ion batteries and this toothbrush is the one. Cheers OP I was thinking of going to a forest and tying myself up from a tree today but this deal has changed my life. Crazy how one thing can change your mood for the better. Cheers for that and I'm going to order it now before it goes out of stock.


expertreviews.co.uk/hea…ric

Oral B are using Lithium ION now but you have to check the model name >

From Oral B > "Europe only: We recently upgraded the battery in some of our toothbrushes by replacing the NiMH (Nickel-metal hydride) battery with a Lithium-Ion one. This is Oral-B's longest lasting rechargeable battery. When we upgraded the battery, we also changed the product name. For example, our Pro 2000 brush was renamed Pro 2 2000."

Source: pgconsumersupport.secure.force.com/Con…n=1
Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Nov

fishmaster28 m ago

Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate …Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate electric toothbrushes with their nasty ancient NiCd and NiMH battery technology, so I went on a mission to find a toothbrush with Li-Ion batteries and this toothbrush is the one. Cheers OP I was thinking of going to a forest and tying myself up from a tree today but this deal has changed my life. Crazy how one thing can change your mood for the better. Cheers for that and I'm going to order it now before it goes out of stock. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/health-and-grooming/1405541/philips-sonicare-easyclean-hx651150-review-a-great-sub-50-electricOral B are using Lithium ION now but you have to check the model name >From Oral B > "Europe only: We recently upgraded the battery in some of our toothbrushes by replacing the NiMH (Nickel-metal hydride) battery with a Lithium-Ion one. This is Oral-B's longest lasting rechargeable battery. When we upgraded the battery, we also changed the product name. For example, our Pro 2000 brush was renamed Pro 2 2000." Source: https://pgconsumersupport.secure.force.com/ContactUs/articles/en_US/FAQ/How-long-does-it-take-to-charge-my-Oral-B-electric-toothbrush-battery?q=can+I+use+my+2000+in+the+USA+110v&l=en_US&Brand=Oral-B&Language=English-GB&Country=United+Kingdom&fs=Search&pn=1


It’s just a toothbrush!

I have a different model for more than 4 years now and it is still going strong on battery and on my dentist as every time I see her (after I got Sonicare) she's saying: you really don't like me... as I visit her virtually just x2 a year for checkup.

computer37803 m ago

It’s just a toothbrush!


With a Lithium Ion battery, makes all the difference!

What's the difference between electric toothbrushes, there's so many models available. I want to get one to see what all the fuss is about. Is this a decent starter?

fishmaster3 h, 17 m ago

Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate …Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate electric toothbrushes with their nasty ancient NiCd and NiMH battery technology, so I went on a mission to find a toothbrush with Li-Ion batteries and this toothbrush is the one. Cheers OP I was thinking of going to a forest and tying myself up from a tree today but this deal has changed my life. Crazy how one thing can change your mood for the better. Cheers for that and I'm going to order it now before it goes out of stock. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/health-and-grooming/1405541/philips-sonicare-easyclean-hx651150-review-a-great-sub-50-electricOral B are using Lithium ION now but you have to check the model name >From Oral B > "Europe only: We recently upgraded the battery in some of our toothbrushes by replacing the NiMH (Nickel-metal hydride) battery with a Lithium-Ion one. This is Oral-B's longest lasting rechargeable battery. When we upgraded the battery, we also changed the product name. For example, our Pro 2000 brush was renamed Pro 2 2000." Source: https://pgconsumersupport.secure.force.com/ContactUs/articles/en_US/FAQ/How-long-does-it-take-to-charge-my-Oral-B-electric-toothbrush-battery?q=can+I+use+my+2000+in+the+USA+110v&l=en_US&Brand=Oral-B&Language=English-GB&Country=United+Kingdom&fs=Search&pn=1


Even if they are Lithium ion batteries now, those mechanical brushes still aren't a patch on sonic brushes - can't imagine what they were thinking of deleting their sonic models!

computer37802 h, 51 m ago

It’s just a toothbrush!


With that attitude, then why aren't you still walking around in wooden clogs, they are SHOES after all; or any number of other things technology has brought. Caves - who needs modern insulated centrally heated houses?

Original Poster

fishmaster3 h, 46 m ago

Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate …Ah right I had this here toothbrush on my Amazon wish list because I hate electric toothbrushes with their nasty ancient NiCd and NiMH battery technology, so I went on a mission to find a toothbrush with Li-Ion batteries and this toothbrush is the one. Cheers OP I was thinking of going to a forest and tying myself up from a tree today but this deal has changed my life. Crazy how one thing can change your mood for the better. Cheers for that and I'm going to order it now before it goes out of stock. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/health-and-grooming/1405541/philips-sonicare-easyclean-hx651150-review-a-great-sub-50-electricOral B are using Lithium ION now but you have to check the model name >From Oral B > "Europe only: We recently upgraded the battery in some of our toothbrushes by replacing the NiMH (Nickel-metal hydride) battery with a Lithium-Ion one. This is Oral-B's longest lasting rechargeable battery. When we upgraded the battery, we also changed the product name. For example, our Pro 2000 brush was renamed Pro 2 2000." Source: https://pgconsumersupport.secure.force.com/ContactUs/articles/en_US/FAQ/How-long-does-it-take-to-charge-my-Oral-B-electric-toothbrush-battery?q=can+I+use+my+2000+in+the+USA+110v&l=en_US&Brand=Oral-B&Language=English-GB&Country=United+Kingdom&fs=Search&pn=1



The first sonic toothbrush I ever used was the Ultrasonex (remember those?) and the original had a Ni-Cad battery - remember seeing a few people moaning about it years ago. Think the newer Ultrasonex-es had NiMH? Those brushes haven't been around for years, though. Haven't heard of Sonicares using NiMH (?).

You can even change the battery in these if you're feeling adventurous, though you need a soldering iron:

louiselouise6 m ago

The first sonic toothbrush I ever used was the Ultrasonex (remember …The first sonic toothbrush I ever used was the Ultrasonex (remember those?) and the original had a Ni-Cad battery - remember seeing a few people moaning about it years ago. Think the newer Ultrasonex-es had NiMH? Those brushes haven't been around for years, though. Haven't heard of Sonicares using NiMH (?).You can even change the battery in these if you're feeling adventurous, though you need a soldering iron:[Video]


I don't know about Philips Sonicare, never used any Philips toothbrushes. I had an Oral B toothbrush and that had NiMh, point is I found this toothbrush when looking for ones with Li-Ion, since it's useful to know I also added information regarding Oral B using Li-Ion now.


Anyway if anyone wants to know how sonic technology works for cleaning teeth, here's how >


animated-teeth.com/ele…htm
Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Nov

Original Poster

There's two types of people - Apple/Android and Oral-B/Sonicare

I've only used a bottom of the range rechargeable Oral-B about 10+ years ago and it was rubbish, sonic toothbrushes all the way for me

Can't remember if the instructions have changed/been updated for Sonicare, but I still do what I used to as instructed with my Ultrasonex - I use a slick of Vaseline on the metal prong whenever I change the brush. Better connection and "seals" it as well.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Nov

Wait for black Friday.

I got this for about £20 last year I think

Original Poster

Just noticed the Amazon Add-On shaver adaptor isn't available from Amazon any more at £1.35 - but there's one on ebay for £1.50 Buy It Now or Best Offer ebay.co.uk/itm…046
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Nov

louiselouise1 m ago

Just noticed the Amazon Add-On shaver adaptor isn't available from Amazon …Just noticed the Amazon Add-On shaver adaptor isn't available from Amazon any more at £1.35 - but there's one on ebay for £1.50 Buy It Now or Best Offer https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272737880046

They're a pound in poundland!

Original Poster

goRt3 m ago

They're a pound in poundland!



Sigh, do people bother reading posts? That's twice I've had comments on this thread.

I've already mentioned it but some people can't easily get to a £1 shop, so I'm trying to help.

*Good to see Amazon highlighting this - you wouldn't believe the amount of negative reviews left because people don't realise - so you need a shaver adaptor, if you don't already have one - easily found in £1 shops, or from ebay £1.50 or Best Offer
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Nov

Any idea how long one brush head lasts for if using twice a day ?
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