Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush £25.18 @ Amazon UK
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Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush £25.18 @ Amazon UK

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Found 25th Aug 2014
Philips Sonicare HX6511/44 EasyClean Sensitive Rechargeable Toothbrush.

Pretty good electric toothbrush. Good reviews. The battery lasts for weeks.

These normally go for £40 - £50.

There is a bit of a wait (2 to 3 weeks) but hopefully worth it.

I far prefer Philips Sonicare to Oral-b, even if the heads are a little more expensive. Personal choice really.

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Ordered thanks

RRP £90. You must be kidding

Thanks ordered one

Brill thanks been holding out for one of these for ages - I prefer sonicare to oral b too

Thanks ordered two

Thanks op, ordered replacement for mrs. Great price drop, think JL are doing these for £45 and Argos for £90.

Thanks OP. A great drop, even compared to the average. I may try this on Flubit.

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Edited by: "morgie" 25th Aug 2014

Nice price and good toothbrushes. Can anyone recommend somewhere good to buy the heads the cheapest I could find was 6 for £28 from flubit?

is it worth creating a request with flubit or am I likely to miss out if the price goes up before my request is done?

dr_adams

is it worth creating a request with flubit or am I likely to miss out if … is it worth creating a request with flubit or am I likely to miss out if the price goes up before my request is done?



I'm 'risking' it on this with Flubit, but as I won't be too gutted if I don't get one. If you really want/need one - go for it with Amazon.

I've also applied some of my Flubit referral points, so hopefully will have the offer by tomorrow morning. Typically as you may have experienced, if Amazon do go out of stock/put the price up by the time a Flubit purchase is made, it's highly likely the Flubit offer will be cancelled.
Edited by: "morgie" 25th Aug 2014

These toothbrushes are excellent and £25 is a steal HOT. A while ago there was a deal for the Healthy White model for £30 at John Lewis. You can also use the Airfloss afterwards to achieve really clean teeth. You won't go back to a manual toothbrush after noticing the difference.

Ordered thank Op tesco still got them at £90

Thanks OP! Just got one...

Tesco had the heads on clearance/offer for £5 for 3 yesterday.

Great price for quality brush. well spotted. Have ordered for a spare.
thanks

I used to use the OralB electric brushes but this is amazing, no obvious plaque left over which the OralB couldn't shift. Strange vibrating and not the quietest of things but does the job extremely well.

Thanks. Ordered and heat added.

ordered two - cheers

Thanks OP. Replacement for my old Sonicare. Best toothbrushes out there.

Flubit offer back at 1am of £22.35 (saving £2.83 / 11%). Will give it a go.

Tip: Buy both OralB and Sonicare for the best cleaning/coverage. I use Sonicare after breakfast and lunch, and OralB before bed.

Ordered thanks

Via Flubit -

PRODUCT NAME:
Philips Sonicare HX6511/44 EasyClean Sensitive Rechargeable Toothbrush
QUANTITY:
1
PRICE:
£22.32
ESTIMATED DELIVERY DATE:
30th August 2014 - 3rd September 2014
RETAILER:
Fireworks Merchant Limited

Had two of these and they've both died of battery failures (non-replaceable) - first one was replaced by the manufacturer even though it was just out of warranty, buying this to replace the second. They're fantastic while they last to be fair.

Banned

Ordered for a replacement. Thanks OP. Great find.

Ordered. Thanks!

Nice. Was needing a new one, so ideal timing. It's scandalous how they integrate the rechargeable batteries in electric toothbrushes - typical of our wasteful society. They can be replaced, if you fancy studying a YouTube video and doing a bit of soldering, but I doubt many people do.

how to get in Flubit except waiting for an invite from them?

I've currently got the Braun Oral-B Triumph 4000 Four-Mode Power Toothbrush.

Anyone care to comment about which they think is better, as the battery in my Braun is starting to go. £25 is a good price though, so hot.

morocco1

Had two of these and they've both died of battery failures … Had two of these and they've both died of battery failures (non-replaceable) - first one was replaced by the manufacturer even though it was just out of warranty, buying this to replace the second. They're fantastic while they last to be fair.



Strange, I have had one for 6 years without any problems.

how can this be a bargain ?

Ordered 2. Thanks very much.

The philips toothbrushes are infinitely better. Kinder to your gums. For me there is no contest.

I have the HealthyWhite, bought it twice, that's how much I rate this toothbrush Got this to put away for boyf's Xmas (he isn't on HUKD, so he won't know)

Thank you!

Bought one two weeks ago... gutted. Heat, reluctantly, added.

or get a toothbrush for £1. Your choice.
Edited by: "dalmore12" 26th Aug 2014

MartH

Tip: Buy both OralB and Sonicare for the best cleaning/coverage. I use … Tip: Buy both OralB and Sonicare for the best cleaning/coverage. I use Sonicare after breakfast and lunch, and OralB before bed.



Haha. Thanks for that one. Made me chuckle.

fab needed a new one thanks

Sonicare are definitely the best electric tooth brushes. Teeth feel much cleaner and the vibration works better than the oscillating braun style

You will find the first few times you brush it tickles your gums, quite a strange sensation. The motor doesn't ramp up to full intensity for around 5 uses, so you can get used to it.
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