Philips Sonicare HX6782/33 Rechargeable Toothbrush - Twin Pack £48.99 @ Chemist4u.Com
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Philips Sonicare HX6782/33 Rechargeable Toothbrush - Twin Pack £48.99 @ Chemist4u.Com

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Found 23rd Apr 2011Made hot 23rd Apr 2011
2 sonicare toothbrushes for £49.99 delivered. The 10% discount code won't work with this item. £84.00 on Amazon

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very good deal for very good toothbushes

bargain!

hot ordered 2 set thanx

nice, shame i only need 1

i have these, the model numbers might be different, but i got mine from flea bay god knows how many years ago, and they are still going strong, having two is ideal i always make sure one is fully charged so can swap them over, , on one of the models the on/off buttons is just starting to wear but thats it! after what must be four years use, obviously i have replaced the heads, but gutted as would luv another set at this price but twos enough, voted hot,

Sunni

Comparing that to a Sonicare is nonsensical.




Have you tried both models? mno? oke
I havent tried the sonicare, but I have been on a very expensive brown before it decided to pack up on me. I can tell you there is no diffference between them as long as you get the same heads
Edited by: "MajorCockUp" 23rd Apr 2011

Got these from chemist4u a couple a weeks ago when they had a £30 off voucher as original price was £80.

One for me and one for the other half. Obviously take turns in charging, but found charge to last a week with 2 brushes a day so not bad. Much better than our Oral-B electric bruses we had before, sensation is amazing.

MajorCockUp

Have you tried both models? mno? okeI havent tried the sonicare, but I … Have you tried both models? mno? okeI havent tried the sonicare, but I have been on a very expensive brown before it decided to pack up on me. I can tell you there is no diffference between them as long as you get the same heads



lol, do you mean Braun?!

dh058977

lol, do you mean Braun?!




depends what hole he stuck his tooth brush in

orderd thanks

brum

depends what hole he stuck his tooth brush in




you made my day

My Sonicare has lasted over 4 years (it may even be 5!). The battery is now lasting a couple of days shorter than when new. Would Definatley by again when needed.

Ignore te
Muppet who says batteries don't last more than a year, I had a 3 yr warranty with mine I think! Battery should be covered as it's an enclosed unit.

Thanks for this - just bought as ours are a few years old and we needed new brush heads too so for an extra £25 we both get new units too - thanks

MajorCockUp

Have you tried both models? mno? okeI havent tried the sonicare, but I … Have you tried both models? mno? okeI havent tried the sonicare, but I have been on a very expensive brown before it decided to pack up on me. I can tell you there is no diffference between them as long as you get the same heads




I can tell you from using a Braun (it's not brown in colour though) for years, and buying a Sonicare in December, I will NEVER be buying Braun again!

Don't get me wrong, the Brauns are great and do so much better than a normal tootbroush, but the Sonicare is not comparable.

Thanks for post, Just ordered one

ok ppl it seems i have to try a sonicare before i troll.

How much are the replacement heads?

Use code NETSKY for 5% discount,works ok

I didn't see a section to add a discount code, purchased anyway..

ordered! thanks OP

Ordered one set -- thanks! Thanks to ADDYA for the code -- it worked!

Has anyone received theirs yet?

Got mine today having ordered on 25th. - discount code worked too.
Sent Royal Mail First class signed for.
Arrived in good condition.
Cleans teeth much better than my old Braun.
Its much quieter too.
It is powered by a Lithium ion battery, which surprised me considering the price.

I ordered on the 24th and haven't received mine yet.

Let me just add that unfortunately I was like the bloke above and brushed 1 per month. I have periodontal pockets which are 7/8mm at the back with substantial bone loss and am likely going to lose my back teeth. The consultant at the hospital recommended I buy a sonicare and compact brush, Colgate total toothpaste and to clean night and day with little tepe brushes. After doing my research I would also add buy a tartar control toothpaste as it has phospates included which deter plaque buildup which is the killer for p.pockets. I researched this sonicare as best value minus the gimmicks you don't need like UV light and extra modes that don't do much in the flexicare range. The main things with the sonicare are the 31,000 brushes/min and maybe the proresults brushhead (£13 for 3 at argos) animated-teeth.com/ele…htm

To update, I received mine yesterday (4th May).

Original Poster

I received mine today!

Now it is even cheaper (£46.54) with NETSKY discount code

anyone know which

thecoolalhambra

How much are the replacement heads?



I dont even know which ones they are ...

Ninty

Heads -either these … Heads -either these -[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FPhilips-Sonicare-HX6013-05-ProResults%2Fdp%2FB003XDSY5Y%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fs%3Ddrugstore%26ie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1304644367%26sr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX6013-05-ProResults/dp/B003XDSY5Y/ref=sr_1_1?s=drugstore&ie=UTF8&qid=1304644367&sr=1-1[/url]or these -[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FPhilips-Sonicare-HX6023-05-Heads--Triple%2Fdp%2FB003YFIRXK%2Fref%3Dsr_1_3%3Fs%3Ddrugstore%26ie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1304644367%26sr%3D1-3]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX6023-05-Heads--Triple/dp/B003YFIRXK/ref=sr_1_3?s=drugstore&ie=UTF8&qid=1304644367&sr=1-3[/url]



thanks for the info pal.

Purchased HX6782/33 - however, the toothbrushes inside are labelled as HX6710 ??? Also, cannot find the HX6782/33 model on Philips website to register for warranty??

Anyone else receive the same??
Edited by: "mchu6am4" 12th May 2011

Anybody???

Anybody else then??
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