Philips Sonicare electronic toothbrush £28 Tesco instore
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Philips Sonicare electronic toothbrush £28 Tesco instore

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LocalFound 13th Apr
2925294.jpgPrice gone down to £28 from £70
They had about 5 left in gravesend town centre branch
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This isn't a good deal. I don't think this brush was ever anywhere near £70. It's a low end Sonicare with poor battery life and less pulsations than a better brush.
r-c16 m ago

This isn't a good deal. I don't think this brush was ever anywhere near …This isn't a good deal. I don't think this brush was ever anywhere near £70. It's a low end Sonicare with poor battery life and less pulsations than a better brush.



Could you recommend any higher end Sonic toothbrush's under £100? Thanks in advance.
£14 in Strand Road store Derry
Barcode please
Bargainsmakemehappy59 m ago

Could you recommend any higher end Sonic toothbrush's under £100? Thanks …Could you recommend any higher end Sonic toothbrush's under £100? Thanks in advance.



I think this is the amazon equivalent, further down is a table showing features of various models, imo the base line to be called sonicare is the 6511 which is about 35 on amazon currently.
Your dentist/hygienist would recommend Oral B over Sonicare and good ones start at £20 or less (Model 600 with 3D action). Cheaper replacement heads too!
Edited by: "Besford" 13th Apr
Make believe pricing for a bottom of the range rechargable battery toothbrush.

Oral B 2000 range can be found regularly for between £30 and £35 with Li-Ion batteries, which will last longer and perform better than this.
Bargainsmakemehappy4 h, 34 m ago

Could you recommend any higher end Sonic toothbrush's under £100? Thanks …Could you recommend any higher end Sonic toothbrush's under £100? Thanks in advance.


Unless you have particularly problem gums then THIS MODEL does everything the top of the range does, aside from the whitening mode which is just a gimmick really, and the lithium battery lasts 2 weeks instead of 3 but that makes it a little thinner and lighter.
ElBuc18 h, 53 m ago

Unless you have particularly problem gums then THIS MODEL does everything …Unless you have particularly problem gums then THIS MODEL does everything the top of the range does, aside from the whitening mode which is just a gimmick really, and the lithium battery lasts 2 weeks instead of 3 but that makes it a little thinner and lighter.


Could you elaborate on the problem gums?
Thanks again, really apppreciate the input.
Bargainsmakemehappy2 h, 50 m ago

Could you elaborate on the problem gums?


The more expensive brushes have up to 3 brushing modes and 3 intensity settings.

The brushing modes are something like gum health (or deep clean), normal and whitening. The gum health is just a less intense brush, but when I had that one I never, ever used it. The whitening is just the same as normal but with a slightly different vibration rhythm, but cleans exactly the same as normal.

The Sonicare brushes with deep clean mode (like THIS ONE) don't have the gum health mode, instead they have 3 intensity settings. These settings are normal, less intense and even less intense, and each of these settings can be used for deep clean, normal and whitening modes. So essentially they just make your brush less effective, not more. Unless you have super sensitive gums that are swollen with an infection, or that bleed easily or whatever.

Some models have a UV sanitiser thing which is completely unnecessary and just another gimmick unless you regularly clean your toilet bowl with the brush.

Seriously, the £35 Easyclean one will do everything you need unless you are Bleeding Gums Murphy...
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ElBuc14th Apr

The more expensive brushes have up to 3 brushing modes and 3 intensity …The more expensive brushes have up to 3 brushing modes and 3 intensity settings. The brushing modes are something like gum health (or deep clean), normal and whitening. The gum health is just a less intense brush, but when I had that one I never, ever used it. The whitening is just the same as normal but with a slightly different vibration rhythm, but cleans exactly the same as normal.The Sonicare brushes with deep clean mode (like THIS ONE) don't have the gum health mode, instead they have 3 intensity settings. These settings are normal, less intense and even less intense, and each of these settings can be used for deep clean, normal and whitening modes. So essentially they just make your brush less effective, not more. Unless you have super sensitive gums that are swollen with an infection, or that bleed easily or whatever.Some models have a UV sanitiser thing which is completely unnecessary and just another gimmick unless you regularly clean your toilet bowl with the brush.Seriously, the £35 Easyclean one will do everything you need unless you are Bleeding Gums Murphy...[Image]







Thank you ever so much for your help, people like yourself are what makes this site most useful and a pleasure to frequent. I was lost with all the options prior to your input.
Edited by: "Bargainsmakemehappy" 15th Apr
Bargainsmakemehappy1 h, 15 m ago

Thank you ever so much for your help, … Thank you ever so much for your help, people like yourself are what makes this site most useful and a pleasure to frequent. I was lost with all the options prior to your input.


Glad to help!
have just ordered myself - thank you Elbuc!
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