Philips Sonicare HX5350 Cleancare giftset at Argos was £59.99 now
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Philips Sonicare HX5350 Cleancare giftset at Argos was £59.99 now

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Found 21st Nov 2012
Shows £29.99 but the price is discounted at basket

There are lots of other models reduced too
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Only £8.99 with my £15 giftcard following the Assassin's Creed debacle.
hot, this means i can get rid of my yellow pegs.
great price thanks OP
Bigred01

Only £8.99 with my £15 giftcard following the Assassin's Creed debacle.


same here
Thanks OP. I'm sure my current one is about to pack up any day now so this is great timing
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owczarb

22.90 on … 22.90 on amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX5350-02-Rechargeable/dp/B003HGHBVA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1353533482&sr=8-1


That's a different model - the one listed here comes with 2 additional heads.
This is the same one you have sent a link to argos.co.uk/sta…htm £21.33
Edited by: "Bigred01" 21st Nov 2012
Same price on chemist direct.com.
owczarb

22.90 on … 22.90 on amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX5350-02-Rechargeable/dp/B003HGHBVA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1353533482&sr=8-1



this is just the single brush not the gift set
Not as good as the newer, slimmer handsets. I think these heads fit, and this is a great price for them...
Brush heads also reduced...thanks!
thx
Thanks
just ordered - thanks
I picked one up earlier. comes with 3 brush heads. not used it yet as I have to charge it for 24 hours.
Thank you just reserved the last one at my local Argos. Another Xmas pressie sorted!
Because nothing says "I Love You" quite like a motorised tooth brush.

Right?
Thank you OP, been looking for one on offer for a while :-)
xx

Because nothing says "I Love You" quite like a motorised tooth brush.

it means I like kissing you, but your breath stinks.
Best bit is the bottom if you follow the *

* Please note item 4435190 has previously been on sale at 25.49.
Very good deal. The 2 extra brush heads alone are worth about £12-£15.
Heat added.
Picked up one of the others on offer- thanks op!
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Good offer provided..
Is the HX6511 much better? Not too much more money, although wouldn't want to spend any more than that... Thanks!
shame no stock local thanks thou
reserved the last one thank you.
reserved - thanks OP
is it easy to get extra brush heads for this if it is a discontinued model?
sold out everywhere near me
Thanks OP. Heat added.

I needed some new brush heads for mine anyway, so ordered this for the misses.

I think a pack of 6 replacement heads are £22 on Amazon at the minute.
Reserved, thanks
Thanks just picked the last one in Hull up. Wanted one for the missus as well but she will just have to have breath for now :P
In the interest of feedback- I have the newer version of the sonic care range toothbrush.
Cost a fortune and did not feel any improvment over a good ~£5ish (or cheaper) manuel tookbrush. Also, unless the replacment heads are on some offer.....they are cringing EXPENSIVE.
Even the dentish says dont waste money, just use a normal toothbrush properly.
Edited by: "chigger1" 22nd Nov 2012
chigger1

In the interest of feedback- I have the newer version of the sonic care … In the interest of feedback- I have the newer version of the sonic care range toothbrush.Cost a fortune and did not feel any improvment over a good ~£5ish (or cheaper) manuel tookbrush. Also, unless the replacment heads are on some offer.....they are cringing EXPENSIVE.Even the dentish says dont waste money, just use a normal toothbrush properly.



Funny that my dentist says they are one of the best on the market, she doesn't sell them just tells people the advantages.
Heat added, cheers op managed to bag the last one at my nearest argos.
Reserved last one at my local store - mine has recently packed up so this is great timing!

Thanks.
I had thought that these and the Braun ones are roughly as good at removing plaque and definitely better than a manual in trials. As to how they feel, I can personal vouch to say that the slimmer version of this and any of the professional range of Braun brushes clearly make your teeth feel cleaner than a manual.

I'm just waiting to find a slim Philips on sale again as the Braun ones always lose their charge super quickly and the heads (although a lot cheaper) wear out much more quickly
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chris-richardson

Funny that my dentist says they are one of the best on the market, she … Funny that my dentist says they are one of the best on the market, she doesn't sell them just tells people the advantages.



Mine too.
Just picked mine up. Really pleased
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