Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum HX9112/02 £100 boots introductory offer
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Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum HX9112/02 £100 boots introductory offer

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Found 18th Aug 2013
right needed new sonicare for wife as her old one died, found this new one just came out in last 2 months.
philips reckon is £200 found next cheapest to boots was amazon at £134.
amazon has a very good guide at bottom of page to all models i needed this one in particular as has a pressure sensor to helps stop bleeding gums, basically you push too hard it buzzes more so you know to not push therefore saving gums. it also does teeth whiten as well anyway have a look at guide you will see what i mean.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…0D0

also they reckon cleans 7x more between teeth.
have read offical philips page for product.
philips.co.uk/c/E…rd/

also found replacement heads for brush cheapest around i got 4 pack for £17.99, also they have another offer on that as well spend over £45 or more on selected beauty and get extra 10% off code is on page but that is only for the brush heads!
boots.com/en/…29/

i hope this is of use to you as was to me wife and i both have new brushes and 2 years supply each of brush heads.

6 Comments

Ridiculous price for a toothbrush.those who can afford to spend 100 quid on toothbrush surely don't need HUKD....just my opinion

I have very happily used a Philips Sonicare for the last 7/8 years (my kids have them too) and my (new) dentist has just told me to buy an Oral B (oscillating type) as they're proven to be much better??

I've also been using Sonicare (Elite brush heads) for about the last 8 years. Now on 2nd or third brush. Previous models had 2 speed (barely noticable), LEDs and a 4 30 second notifications reminding you to brush outer/inner and upper/lower teeth. Went cheap last time and purchased the basic model without light or notifications. Same brushing action as before and half the price.
£100 is too much for this, especially when you work in the cost you'll be paying for replacement heads. Basic model is just as effective, imo

jeczap

I've also been using Sonicare (Elite brush heads) for about the last 8 … I've also been using Sonicare (Elite brush heads) for about the last 8 years. Now on 2nd or third brush. Previous models had 2 speed (barely noticable), LEDs and a 4 30 second notifications reminding you to brush outer/inner and upper/lower teeth. Went cheap last time and purchased the basic model without light or notifications. Same brushing action as before and half the price.£100 is too much for this, especially when you work in the cost you'll be paying for replacement heads. Basic model is just as effective, imo


I have a braun electric brush bought four years ago for 20 quid and it has 30 second reminder and 2 minn reminder along with led notification... I am not comparing or starting a Braun vs something debate... but 100 pounds seem a lot of money for a toothbrush..

baldude

I have a braun electric brush bought four years ago for 20 quid and it … I have a braun electric brush bought four years ago for 20 quid and it has 30 second reminder and 2 minn reminder along with led notification... I am not comparing or starting a Braun vs something debate... but 100 pounds seem a lot of money for a toothbrush..



aye

I have this model. It's a good brush but the 'pressure sensor' feature is a bit of a gimmick really as you have to apply what most people would consider to be highly excessive pressure for the warning tone to sound. As with all of these types of brushes there is absolutely no need to apply pressure to the teeth anyway; simply hold the brush gently but steadily against the tooth and let the vibrating brush do the work (and slowly move the brush around the mouth/teeth). As I say, it's a pointless gimmick.
Edited by: "Keefy68" 18th Aug 2013
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