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Philips Sonicare HX6515 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush Bundle 5 Brush Heads, £38.99 at Argos/ebay

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Posted 14th AprEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Good value 5 heads and toothbrush bundle here, might suit someone.

3441803.jpgPhilips Sonicare's patented sonic technology drives fluid between the teeth and along the gum line to give better plaque removal than a manual toothbrush. The ProResults brush head provides outstanding plaque removal whilst the two minute Quadpacer interval timer encourages thorough and better brushing.

Why choose Sonicare? Sonicare electric brushes are clinically proven to improve gum health in just 2 weeks. It cleans along the gum line, removing plaque while stimulating gums. It includes 4 ProResults brush head for superior performance and up to 3 weeks battery life.

  • Model number: hx6515/06.
Brush Technology:

  • 5 heads included sonicare proresults snap-on electric toothbrush head.
  • Brush head replacement warning.
  • 1 cleaning mode: daily clean, .
  • 1 speed setting.
  • Sonic technology for naturally whiter teeth.
  • Recharge indicator light.
  • Rechargeable: 24 hours for full charge.
  • 84 minutes usage time, based on 2 minutes twice a day.
  • Ergonomic handle - to make the brush more comfortable to hold and use.
General information:

  • 2 pin plug (adaptor Not included).
  • Li-Ion .
  • Suitable for ages 10 years and over.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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Can someone explain the difference on different models? They all look similar.
DealsElf15/04/2020 00:03

Can someone explain the difference on different models? They all look …Can someone explain the difference on different models? They all look similar.


In terms of cleaning ability almost no difference IMO. I’ve owned 3 different models over the years.

They are all normally rated for up to 62,000 brush movements per minute.

So if you don’t care about different modes, charging cases, fancy charging methods, Bluetooth etc, then 100% get a cheaper model like this. They clean the same.

I had a 7 year old sonic care that recently died due to a puppy chewing incident. I now own the diamond clean one. I personally wanted the charging case as I travel a lot with work. I think it was £99 but I know it will clean the same as this one.

The only thing I was insist on is a li-ion battery which this has anyway.

Hopefully this helps
Edited by: "GLA" 15th Apr
If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat Fairywill....

amazon.co.uk/dp/…A8R
jonnyclewlow15/04/2020 05:51

If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat …If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat Fairywill....https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MNM8HXQ/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_XjPLEb18N0A8R


I had tried a few different 'sonic' toothbrushes and this is easily... By far the worst. It's terrible.

Have you tried a sonicate one to compare. The difference is huge
lidds15/04/2020 07:14

I had tried a few different 'sonic' toothbrushes and this is easily... By …I had tried a few different 'sonic' toothbrushes and this is easily... By far the worst. It's terrible. Have you tried a sonicate one to compare. The difference is huge


My experience has been different....hence the recommendation....sorry to hear you didn't get on with it.
Thanks. Was looking for a deal after my brush died after about 4-5 years.
jonnyclewlow15/04/2020 05:51

If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat …If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat Fairywill....https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MNM8HXQ/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_XjPLEb18N0A8R


I had 2 previously but found that the vibration power reduced after around 6 months, so when back to sonicare
tommyturnip16/04/2020 07:48

I had 2 previously but found that the vibration power reduced after around …I had 2 previously but found that the vibration power reduced after around 6 months, so when back to sonicare


Interesting....I am coming up to the 6 month marker now so will see what happens.... Happy to be corrected! :-)
Is this any better does anyone know? Oral-B Pro 2 2500 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable Powered by Braun, 1 Handle, 2 Modes Including Gum Care, 1 Toothbrush Head, Travel Case, 2-Pin UK Plug, Colour May Vary amazon.co.uk/dp/…G5A
Tismo24/04/2020 08:22

Is this any better does anyone know? Oral-B Pro 2 2500 CrossAction …Is this any better does anyone know? Oral-B Pro 2 2500 CrossAction Electric Toothbrush Rechargeable Powered by Braun, 1 Handle, 2 Modes Including Gum Care, 1 Toothbrush Head, Travel Case, 2-Pin UK Plug, Colour May Vary https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00PIRQEBO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_MoPOEb9CYRG5A


Not comparable IMO.

My other half only likes Oral B, I much prefer Sonicare. They achieve the same job but do it in such different ways.

I have always felt Sonicare did a better job of cleaning my teeth but that’s just me.

At the end of the day the one you linked and the OPs one will both clean teeth just fine 🙈
Edited by: "GLA" 24th Apr
I keep missing the really cheap brushes, may grab this one.
jonnyclewlow15/04/2020 05:51

If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat …If you want a good value sonic toothbrush you can't beat Fairywill....https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MNM8HXQ/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_i_XjPLEb18N0A8R


Garbage, don’t buy this
Bought a Sonicare £60, 18 months ago from Argos eBay, it broke this week. Philips won't replace because it was purchased through eBay, only option 15% off a new brush.
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