Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush £29.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush £29.99 @ Amazon

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Found 31st Jan
  • Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
  • Easy-start programme eases you into using an electric toothbrush
  • 2 weeks battery life on a full charge
  • Inbuilt smart-timer signals when your dentist recommended 2 minutes of brushing are up
  • Our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers
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HOT. For those wondering, replacement brush heads for this cost £3.37/each on the average.
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I've got one. Good deal.
idontwannabeyouanymore5 h, 52 m ago

HOT. For those wondering, replacement brush heads for this cost £3.37/each …HOT. For those wondering, replacement brush heads for this cost £3.37/each on the average.


Hmm more like £6 in my experience unless you want fake /generic ones from ebay
I took a punt on fake/generic heads from amazon. They don't last quite as long, but at the price you can replace them more often. Can't say I've noticed any downturn in cleaning performance.
I've had this one since December 2015. Did my 'research' at the time and works the same as the £100 + ones.
Hot 🔥 Will last for years (if used properly)!
Got one of these and had problems after a year. Read the reviews. Problems with battery and water getting inside the unit. Works better than regular electric toothbrushes though and the battery lasts way longer.
Will this take kids' sonicare (or generic) heads? At this price it's cheaper than the kids toothbrush, so they can do without the stickers!
kwerty9 h, 18 m ago

I took a punt on fake/generic heads from amazon. They don't last quite as …I took a punt on fake/generic heads from amazon. They don't last quite as long, but at the price you can replace them more often. Can't say I've noticed any downturn in cleaning performance.


I've used generic replacements and they never fit properly, in that they fly off the main bit if you shake the water off. They also don't vibrate as much as the official brushes if you put a little more pressure - difficult to explain but I'm not buying generic again.
A word of warning, these are easily rendered useless if you drop them. Fine if within warranty but I've killed two by accident out of warranty so am very careful with mine now.
ElBuc1 h, 2 m ago

A word of warning, these are easily rendered useless if you drop them. …A word of warning, these are easily rendered useless if you drop them. Fine if within warranty but I've killed two by accident out of warranty so am very careful with mine now.


I have lost count the number of times I have dropped mine in the bath, and a few times it's been on the window sill and the wind has sent it that way too - so far it's still fine!
nihcaj4 h, 47 m ago

I have lost count the number of times I have dropped mine in the bath, and …I have lost count the number of times I have dropped mine in the bath, and a few times it's been on the window sill and the wind has sent it that way too - so far it's still fine!


Yeah, I guess it's how hard it hits the head end, it seems to break something between the motor and the metal bar the head clicks onto. I think maybe I'm just a bit clumsy!
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