Philips Sonicare HX6711/02 HealthyWhite Rechargeable Toothbrush - £27.49 (RRP £110) -  @ Amazon (cheapest ever price on Amazon)
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Philips Sonicare HX6711/02 HealthyWhite Rechargeable Toothbrush - £27.49 (RRP £110) - @ Amazon (cheapest ever price on Amazon)

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Found 8th Feb 2014
Usually dispatched within 2 - 3 weeks.

Recommended brand of power toothbrushes by dental professionals

Proven to give you whiter teeth in just 2 weeks

Sonicare dynamic action effectively reaches deep between teeth and along the gumline

2 brushing modes: Clean, Clean & White

2 minute Quadpacer interval timer encourages thorough brushing

Long lasting battery - up to 3 weeks use on a single full charge

Upon checking, it's also available in John Lewis at this price if you prefer:

johnlewis.com/phi…=73

6.3% cashback available at TCB.

21 Comments

Original Poster

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oos

how is the RRP £110 if its only been that price around 1% of the time, bunch of liars!

It isn't oos..

Well it is technically OOS. 2 - 3 week dispatch date?

Original Poster

Orcinus_orca

how is the RRP £110 if its only been that price around 1% of the time, … how is the RRP £110 if its only been that price around 1% of the time, bunch of liars!



It's Philips that set the RRP, not Amazon, and if you look on Philips' website, you'll see the £110 is mentioned there, I'm not saying it's not inflated though!

Thanks OP. Ordered 2.
Don't forget possible TCB 6.06% on health and beauty products at Amazon if it works.

in stock at john lewis

these toothbrushes are ok, but very expensive to run with 2 pack heads running around 15-25 quid for most replacement Philips heads! Braun brushes are much better imo, and much cheaper to run

rickydg

these toothbrushes are ok, but very expensive to run with 2 pack heads … these toothbrushes are ok, but very expensive to run with 2 pack heads running around 15-25 quid for most replacement Philips heads! Braun brushes are much better imo, and much cheaper to run


where do you buy them??? try eBay, much cheaper than that.

Good deal. Just ordered one for the Mrs. Heat added.

The reviews on this are not great, many people have had the head pin break off, looks like a design flaw to me.

A pity as I could use a replacement for my ageing Sonicare.

This ranges more of less within the £50 region most of the time so for £27.50 you're pretty much getting this for half price.

It's alright I guess but not that amazing of an offer....

rickydg

these toothbrushes are ok, but very expensive to run with 2 pack heads … these toothbrushes are ok, but very expensive to run with 2 pack heads running around 15-25 quid for most replacement Philips heads! Braun brushes are much better imo, and much cheaper to run



I'm usually able to get them for around £2.50 to £3 per brush (I buy 4 pack)- try Amazon subscribe & save, Ebay etc.
The Diamond clean brush heads are a silly price at Boots but I can't see how they are worth a lots more than the regular type.

I also prefer them to the Braun and have used both systems.
Edited by: "bigredbucket" 8th Feb 2014

reviews are very bad , stating the toothbrush fails just after the first year when the warranty has finished !!

warranty on these brushes are two years, I've just had mine replaced from Phillips after it stopped charging just after a year old

I have that Oral B Professional 600 that kept popping up on here previously. Tempted to order this one just for the "Long lasting battery - up to 3 weeks use on a single full charge". :P

I don't get on with regular electric toothbrushes, are these Sonicare brush less boneshakingly vigorous and loud in your mouth?

I've had one of these for about 4 years and its been great. It's just started to not hold its charge for as long.
I ordered one of these at £27.49 as it is the best price I've seen them for. John Lewis and Boots have them at the same price too.
As for the heads, some Tesco stores were selling the 3 packs for £5. Plus, if you are a Costco member, they usually do an offer on the 7 pack for under £20.

MRR_ltd

This ranges more of less within the £50 region most of the time so for … This ranges more of less within the £50 region most of the time so for £27.50 you're pretty much getting this for half price. It's alright I guess but not that amazing of an offer....



But still a saving on what's currently on the market.

I just buy Aldi 's sonic toothbrush. My last one lasted three years. I just bought a new one for £17 and it comes with three brush heads, a pack of 6 more was £4.50. My dentist has never had any complaints about my brushing.
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