Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - black Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) £66.24 @ Amazon Exclusive
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Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - black Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) £66.24 @ Amazon Exclusive

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Found 14th Jan
Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - White Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) Amazon Exclusive

Appears to be the lowest price it's ever been, last hot at £79.99
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We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 year guarantee period. Good handset, but really poor reliability...
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not_the_messiah3 m ago

We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 …We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 year guarantee period. Good handset, but really poor reliability...


Thanks for the info, I've ordered and I suppose it's good there's a 2yr guarantee!
That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I looked at this a few weeks ago but went for the Diamond Clean in the end as they were close in price. What a difference compared to my cheaper Sonicare. Heat.
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MiniMissyMoo6 m ago

That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I lo …That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I looked at this a few weeks ago but went for the Diamond Clean in the end as they were close in price. What a difference compared to my cheaper Sonicare. Heat.


Updated price :-)
Mrlossy5 m ago

Updated price :-)


Amazon are so weird like that, when I first clicked on your link it was the price you said then when I clicked on it again it was slightly lower. This could shoot up in price at any time so if anyone is thinking about buying it I wouldn’t hang around.
Thanks
I have this toothbrush and very happy with it, better and cheaper compared to diamond ones
zed689 m ago

I have this toothbrush and very happy with it, better and cheaper compared …I have this toothbrush and very happy with it, better and cheaper compared to diamond ones


Just wondering, how is it better than the diamond clean?
twe42 m ago

Just wondering, how is it better than the diamond clean?


Separate button for changing modes sold it for me
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MiniMissyMoo6 h, 6 m ago

That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I lo …That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I looked at this a few weeks ago but went for the Diamond Clean in the end as they were close in price. What a difference compared to my cheaper Sonicare. Heat.


Yes thanks I cancelled and reordered to save the 30p . The problem with this site is you become obsessed! Gone up.a couple of pounds now but still seems a great price.
not_the_messiah6 h, 53 m ago

We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 …We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 year guarantee period. Good handset, but really poor reliability...



I'm guessing it might be something to do with the button mechanism as I had my (similar looking-mechanism HealthyWhite model) turn on of its own accord in the bathroom (like it was haunted, haha) after a year or two. Philips replaced it, though people say they supply refurb handles as replacements.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 14th Jan
not_the_messiah7 h, 9 m ago

We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 …We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 year guarantee period. Good handset, but really poor reliability...


I had a similar issue with a different model, perhaps it's a sonicare flaw

on mine the bit at the top where the head pushed on became overly wobbly and sounded like a drill when vibrating

philips replaced it both times with no issue, but it's happened again now and it's out of warranty now
How do these compare to the Oral B?

I've got an old Oral B which I have to charge more frequently, so it's definitely going out the door but has been pretty reliable for the last 6 years or so.
I think the sonic style toothbrush are far superior, having used both styles. I find they are far kinder on your gums and the batteries last much longer between charges in my experience.
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