Philips Sonicare HX6731/02 Rechargeable Toothbrush **AMAZON**  £38.39 ( RRP £120 )
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Philips Sonicare HX6731/02 Rechargeable Toothbrush **AMAZON** £38.39 ( RRP £120 )

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Found 24th Nov 2010
Been on my wish list about six months just dropped to this price! Bargain,

207 reviews with an average 4 1/2 stars speaks for itself!!
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Product Features

3 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: 2 minutes of clean mode, with 30 seconds of white mode

Rechargeable sonic toothbrush with 'clean' and 'white' modes

Good price - you can pick up in Argos for the same price if you can't wait to get polishing.
- Bigred01

107 Comments

I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago from Boots and all I can say is WOW! Everyone needs one of these - has to be tried to be believed.

Original Poster

I have watched this a year and it has never been this price! It has been £59 for the best part of six months! I hope its worth the wait!

super hot!

oral b better

Hot hot hot !

Been using sonicare for years.

Seems like a hot deal to me. These are meant to be brilliant and as you say reviews are v.good

asl9791

oral b better



I've been using Oral B for 5 years and got sick of them. The battery life is awful and I'd heard really good things about Sonicare. I bought a Sonicare about a month ago and it's 10 times better than the Oral B. It's cleans your teeth so much better and the battery life is twice as good.

Don't be ripped off by Braun. Philips is miles better. That's why all of the dentists recommend them to!

asl9791

oral b better



wrong....dentists will disagree

carleast

I've been using Oral B for 5 years and got sick of them. The battery life … I've been using Oral B for 5 years and got sick of them. The battery life is awful and I'd heard really good things about Sonicare. I bought a Sonicare about a month ago and it's 10 times better than the Oral B. It's cleans your teeth so much better and the battery life is twice as good.Don't be ripped off by Braun. Philips is miles better. That's why all of the dentists recommend them to!



agreed - anyone who says oral b are better is a plank.....ive had both and its like comparing a trabant (oral b) to a bmw (sonicare)......the only prob with sonicare's was the price @ £160 rrp when it came out was crazy.....got mine 2-3 years ago at boots for £50 and its worth it

youd have to be a plank to miss this
Edited by: "royals" 24th Nov 2010

PS3 is better.

I have one of the earlier models, the HX6711/02 picked up earlier in the year for a tenner from Clas Ohlson. Can't fault it!

quackstar84

PS3 is better.



That's absurd!

this is a great price

just ordered one,thanks

just ordered one,thanks

Ordered thanks! Now to find some chap head replacements.
Edited by: "wantthatone" 24th Nov 2010

Been using one for over a year, fab! Used the older model before this one, was good too. Only thing I would say to look out for is if you are traveling, unlike the old model the carry case is made of material and not plastic And the head of one of mine got loose and became useless.

Hot but not quite scorchio. Undecided if I should buy.
It's only £46.95 at Dixons -
dixons.co.uk/gbu…-63
Review at Reevoo 8.7/10 from 22 reviewers
reevoo.com/p/p…-02
Oral B for £30, review at Reevoo 9.6/10 from 5 reviewers -
reevoo.com/p/o…000
Edited by: "Bigred01" 24th Nov 2010

as a dentist, i actually recommend this. i have tried both phillips and oral b and i'm sure my oral b reps would be delighted to hear i prefer the sonicair

snorsehole

as a dentist, i actually recommend this. i have tried both phillips and … as a dentist, i actually recommend this. i have tried both phillips and oral b and i'm sure my oral b reps would be delighted to hear i prefer the sonicair



Mr Dentist can I ask which size heads are best to use with this. I can see there is also a mini version you can buy for this as well as the standard size that comes with it?Just wondered if one size got better results?

Many thanks

Ordered 2. His and Hers. How romantic! :-) thanks op.

Ha ha, you certainly know the way to a woman's heart goodsir.

Indeed! I've never met a lady who is partial to plaque!!

I've got one of these having had each of the generations of sonicare so far I can say this it the best generation yet and well worth the price. These have less crevices to harbour dirt than the previous versions and seem to wear much better. Also worth a mention is the comprehensive guarantee and excellent customer service I have experienced with the previous versions I have owned.

I bought a spare when boots started their half price deal, ready for when this one gives up, otherwise I wouldnt think twice at this price.

wantthatone

Mr Dentist can I ask which size heads are best to use with this. I can … Mr Dentist can I ask which size heads are best to use with this. I can see there is also a mini version you can buy for this as well as the standard size that comes with it?Just wondered if one size got better results?



i would always recommend the smaller heads as it gets more interdentally and into the embrasures more... a bit more labour intensive tho. the standard heads are good enough tbh

I'm sick of Oral B. I've used them about 5 years and gone through 3 or 4 in that time. They all broke. The rechargeable battery hasn't improved at all-- basic technology fundamental to the device! The build quality is just not very good.

What are the replacement head costs like on the Sonicair?
Edited by: "bman" 24th Nov 2010

royals

agreed - anyone who says oral b are better is a plank.....ive had both … agreed - anyone who says oral b are better is a plank.....ive had both and its like comparing a trabant (oral b) to a bmw (sonicare)......the only prob with sonicare's was the price @ £160 rrp when it came out was crazy.....got mine 2-3 years ago at boots for £50 and its worth it youd have to be a plank to miss this



how unfortunate for you i am a dentist..... and clinically studies actually show that oral b are better at removing plaque with their oscillation compared with the sonic systems. I was just saying it in jest anyway as they are all good but i prefer the oral b.



Edited by: "asl9791" 24th Nov 2010

I however am the toothfairy , and I recommend that you do not buy this toothbrush. Work has been hard to find since these "instruments of cleanliness" went on sale. I have a wife and kids to feed!

asl9791

how unfortunate for you i am a dentist..... and clinically studies … how unfortunate for you i am a dentist..... and clinically studies actually show that oral b are better at removing plaque. I was just saying it in jest anyway as they are all good but i prefer the oral b


I just cancelled my order for a couple of Oral-B 5000 and got 2 of these instead. Cheers guys

Is there any need to buy two of these ? can you not swap the heads ?

mentalist

Is there any need to buy two of these ? can you not swap the heads ?



Don't think my other half would be up for that money saving exercise. In fact I don't think I would be either!!

What people forget here is that the heads for the Sonicare cost a small fortune compared to those of the Oral-b. Plus, the Sonicare brushes don't last as long as the Oral-b ones. I've had both, the Sonicare first and then the Oral-b, the only real reason I swapped was that I wasn't willing to fork out over £8 - £10 per head each time, even from ebay, for the Sonicare replacement.

It's a good deal but not as good a deal as made out. I can't find it for more than £79 anywhere on the internet and most places it is £49, Dixons £46.95 delivered and Telephones Online £39.99 + £3.99 delivery.

Great price! Cheapest it's been is approx £50 6 months ago.

Kinda been wanting one of these for a while, took the plunge at this price.
Thanks a lot OP

awesome piece of kit,used both sonic and oral'b.....sonic wins everytime.

Bazza71

What people forget here is that the heads for the Sonicare cost a small … What people forget here is that the heads for the Sonicare cost a small fortune compared to those of the Oral-b. Plus, the Sonicare brushes don't last as long as the Oral-b ones. I've had both, the Sonicare first and then the Oral-b, the only real reason I swapped was that I wasn't willing to fork out over £8 - £10 per head each time, even from ebay, for the Sonicare replacement.


Aren't these heads compatible, £10.60 for 3 -
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Original Poster

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£10.60 bargain????
Edited by: "Bargaintastic30" 24th Nov 2010

Mr Tetley

Don't think my other half would be up for that money saving exercise. In … Don't think my other half would be up for that money saving exercise. In fact I don't think I would be either!!



Deserved credit

nice price
have the older sonicare model which is fatter, once you use these you won't go back to a manual toothbrush.
Bit disapointed in the battery drain though. Had mine for just under 2 years and i have to charge it every 2 days now when before it was every 2 weeks. Pity you can't replace the batteries.
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