Philips Sonicare HX6731/02 HealthyWhite Deluxe Rechargeable Toothbrush RRP £122 @ Amazon £48.45
35°Expired

Philips Sonicare HX6731/02 HealthyWhite Deluxe Rechargeable Toothbrush RRP £122 @ Amazon £48.45

7
Found 4th Jan 2013
Just had an email from Amazon and this looks the pick of the bunch by far.

Three cleaning modes for whiter, healthier teeth
Let the natural whiteness of your teeth shine through with the standard mode for superior cleaning
Gentle yet thorough cleaning for sensitive teeth and gums
Quadpacer interval timer: Two minutes of clean mode, with 30 seconds of white mode
Rechargeable sonic toothbrush with 'clean' and 'white' modes

7 Comments

Anyone one know if you can change the heads to smaller ones?

Excellent toothbrushes these...and a great price, my whole family have them :-) heat from me.

I was tempted as I've been wanting an electric toothbrush for a while and have some Amazon vouchers to use. However, there are a LOT of reviews all saying that there is a design flaw and the brush breaks anything from a few weeks to a year after purchase. Just too many to ignore im afraid.

therealslimkaty

I was tempted as I've been wanting an electric toothbrush for a while and … I was tempted as I've been wanting an electric toothbrush for a while and have some Amazon vouchers to use. However, there are a LOT of reviews all saying that there is a design flaw and the brush breaks anything from a few weeks to a year after purchase. Just too many to ignore im afraid.


yes mine broke in a year thats y i bought Oral-B Professional Care 2000 and Braun Oral-B Triumph 4000 .

I saw this deal and can understand why it's so cheap. I used to have this toothbrush and it died really quick (just after warranty expired!) I've read lots of other reviews with similar issues too. I'm steering clear of sonicare now and will be getting an oral b next. My husband has always used oral b and they seem to last about 4 times as long as sonicare!...he got the triumph 5000 on lightening deal through amazon for £55.99 so I'm keeping an eye out for it again as its a great toothbrush

now £68.75

My sonicare started playing up last week, had a mind of it's own, so on the off chance I checked Philips website, put in my serial number and date of purchase - 2 and a half years ago - and it said I was eligible for a free replacement. Gave me a freepost label and I've just had an email to say the replacement has been dispatched.

Very happy with Philips

(And it even came with a new brush head)
Edited by: "fungus" 30th Jan 2013
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text