Philips Sonicare HX3214/01 CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush £24.99 at Superdrug, normally £50
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Philips Sonicare HX3214/01 CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush £24.99 at Superdrug, normally £50

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Found 3rd MarEdited by:"dicki"
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CleanCare+ is the perfect toothbrush when

moving to electric from traditional manual handles.It offers a thorough

yet gentle cleaning experience with 3xmore plaque removal vs a manual

toothbrush and 10 day battery-life between charges.



Features

Thorough clean every time
Achieve a whole mouth clean with

the Quadpacer interval timer which indicates when it’s time to move to

another quadrant of the mouth, while the integrated Smartimer helps you

reach the dentist recommended brushing time of two minutes.
Superior cleaning results
Removes up to 3x more plaque than a manual toothbrush for a superior clean.
Long lasting battery
Lasts up to 10 days between charges
Customise your clean
The

EasyStart feature adjusts the power level of your toothbrush over the

first 14 uses to help you get used to the Sonicare experience

streamlining the transition from a manual toothbrush.




Benefits

The HX3214/01 CleanCare+ electric toothbrush offers a thorough

yet gentle cleaning experience with 3x more plaque removal vs a manual

toothbrush and 10 day battery-life between charges.
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same price on amazon
I have this, it is a few months old and the battery is less than impressive....................
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ElBuc30 m ago

This doesn't have the lithium ion battery, like the ones named Series 2. …This doesn't have the lithium ion battery, like the ones named Series 2. Personally I'd avoid and get the EasyClean which regularly drops to £30-£35.

The Philips Sonicare HX6511/43 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush is currently £89.99 at Superdrug but I found it for £45 (half price) at Boots if you want this version: boots.com/phi…294
dicki10 m ago

The Philips Sonicare HX6511/43 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush …The Philips Sonicare HX6511/43 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush is currently £89.99 at Superdrug but I found it for £45 (half price) at Boots if you want this version: http://www.boots.com/philips-sonicare-easyclean-white-hx6511-43-rechargeable-toothbrush-10167294


Thanks, but same price on Amazon (see my link above, then select the diamond clean style, only difference is the brush it comes with) and it regularly drops to £35, the one with Pro Results regularly drops to £30. You just have to check every few days.
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Thanks, I have followed your link, the Diamond Clean, the model you mentioned is currently £44.99 at Amazon and at Boots it is currently 1p more! Yes, this is a possible alternative particularly if it goes down in price. (£24.99 is hard to beat though for the version above.)
ElBuc11 m ago

Thanks, but same price on Amazon (see my link above, then select the …Thanks, but same price on Amazon (see my link above, then select the diamond clean style, only difference is the brush it comes with) and it regularly drops to £35, the one with Pro Results regularly drops to £30. You just have to check every few days.

ElBuc1 h, 4 m ago

This doesn't have the lithium ion battery, like the ones named Series 2. …This doesn't have the lithium ion battery, like the ones named Series 2. Personally I'd avoid and get the EasyClean which regularly drops to £30-£35.


It also has faster speed too.
They used to come in at 26 quid occasionally, but I bought one a short while back when they were 30 quid to keep as spare because there hadn't been an offer that low for some time!
nihcaj4 h, 48 m ago

It also has faster speed too. They used to come in at 26 quid …It also has faster speed too. They used to come in at 26 quid occasionally, but I bought one a short while back when they were 30 quid to keep as spare because there hadn't been an offer that low for some time!


The battery is a deal killer for me. As I understand it's the old kind of rechargeable so for the longest life you need to run it until empty before recharging so it doesn't get a 'memory' with a lower capacity. Also if storing it you need to make sure it is empty. My first gen Sonicare (with the screw in type brush head) suddenly stopped and charging fully only gave a few seconds of use.

Whereas the Li-ion batteries in the other models will work happily for longer and you can keep it sat on the charger, only having to run battery to zero every few months, just so the charge displays the right charge. To store them the optimum charge is 75% (so a few days use) then charge up once per month. The downside is that if you run it down to zero then leave it without recharging, it will also develop a 'memory' and charging does virtually nothing.

Li-ion batteries are also used in phones and laptops etc. I found all this out the hard way when I got my first laptop, and I would run it to zero before recharging, and assumed it would be okay, even best, to leave it with zero charge for a few days. I realised when my third replacement would only give me 10 mins usage that I was doing something wrong - using the old battery rules with a new li-ion battery. I think the science behind it is that a Li-ion battery lasts longer if the atoms (or whatever, small stuff you can't see!) should be moving/active for a longer life and to prevent a memory.

So in a nutshell a li-ion sonicare is much more flexible re charging, holds a better charge, and has a longer life.
Out of stock
Pro results easy clean is back at £30 on Amazon
Original Poster
bezed244th Mar

Out of stock

Back in stock now
Edited by: "dicki" 5th Mar
Same price on amazon
Oral B give superior results (dentist and hygienist say so) and brush heads are cheaper.
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