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Philips Sonicare HX6932 Toothbrush RRP £199 ... £75.36 @ M&S
Philips Sonicare HX6932 Toothbrush RRP £199 ... £75.36 @ M&S

Philips Sonicare HX6932 Toothbrush RRP £199 ... £75.36 @ M&S

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Description below:
Smartimer: 2-min. timer helps to ensure recommended brushing
Speed: 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Battery type: Lithium Ion rechargeable battery
Operating time (full to empty): Fully charged should provide 20 2-min. brushings
Designed for a better fit with your mouth
3 Flexible brushing modes, 2 Personalized cleaning routines
All-in-one sanitizing, charging and storing solution

24 Comments

anyone know if this is any good?

Original Poster

karagh;7195303

anyone know if this is any good?



4.5 stars on amazon and 85 reviews to pour over!

previous version, the elite pro, is fab and was reccommended by my dentist who doesn't sell them

took it to checkout and the total came to £78.86? i just ordered it from currys an hour ago! thanks for posting tho

Original Poster

amy1984;7195464

took it to checkout and the total came to £78.86? i just ordered it from … took it to checkout and the total came to £78.86? i just ordered it from currys an hour ago! thanks for posting tho



The £3.50 difference is the delivery, I've not posted the code for free delivery as they seem to be changing a lot recently. I used FREEDL46 a couple of hours ago but it's not working now.

Sonicare rocks!

Awesome i got one - different league to Braun IMHO

ElBuc;7195851

Sonicare rocks!



I think it's good, too - my complaints would be the cost of replacement brush heads and that it takes 24hrs every time to fully charge - wtf? :?

karagh;7195303

anyone know if this is any good?



Excellent toothbrush...i highly recommend it. :thumbsup:

I'll never go back to a normal toothbrush again, like you've had them cleaned at the dentist every time!

Evelynne;7195422

previous version, the elite pro, is fab and was reccommended by my … previous version, the elite pro, is fab and was reccommended by my dentist who doesn't sell them


I had the elite pro, before getting this one, and this one is far far better....:thumbsup:

i have it and i love it.! A great price with the sanitizing unit too

Great price. Theres actually a double pack (two brush handles and brushes, with just one charger though and no sanitizer) available for about £90 so thats another option if you want to share the cost with someone else in your house. Worked out well for me.

Which? Magazine have wholly endorsed this model in the latest issue.

On that recommendation I bought it at Boots c. £97 last week when they had their advantage points night, so by buying a meal deal, etc to get it over £100 got £24 of advantage points plus double points coupon, plus £5 off electronics voucher plus 200 extra points voucher; so effectively the whole kit was around £60! I think there's another similar night coming up before Christmas at Boots.

Having said that the toothbrush seems good. My previous Sonicare seemed bulkier, more solid and had magnetic toothbrush head. This seems lighter, flimsier and more like oral b (not surprising really), but it seems to be very effective and I like the massage option for gums/tongue, etc. The UV Sanitiser is great if it does what it says but there's no way of knowing really...

The M&S price is a good one, especially as the rrp is nearer £200.

I'm gonna push on with my minging Sean McGowan teeth until after the fat bloke in a red cloak has forced entry in my crib & mullered my spirits cabinet - there'll be more electric toothbrush deals about then.

The general price seems to be about £80-£100 anyway...

google.co.uk/pro…=10

I also have this and it is a very good. Would never go back to a normal toothbrush. Good price heat added

FREEDL46 worked for me ... maybe free delivery once only per customer ??

karagh;7195303

anyone know if this is any good?


i have one, very good....not worth £200, imo £75 is alot for a toothbrush...should be £50 max...i paid £50 for mine @ boots earlier this year

If sanitizing a toothbrush is actually important then all non-sanitizers (ie pretty well the whole population) must have been suffering oral disease for decades. But, as far as I'm aware, we haven't been suffering such problems. So is the sanitizing action, which must have contributed significantly to the RRP, just a gimmick?

br0wser;7195501

The £3.50 difference is the delivery, I've not posted the code for free … The £3.50 difference is the delivery, I've not posted the code for free delivery as they seem to be changing a lot recently. I used FREEDL46 a couple of hours ago but it's not working now.



just used this voucher code and it worked for me. :-)

vcdragon2k;7201454

or pick it up … or pick it up herehttp://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4415835/Trail/searchtext%3ESONICARE.htm



Shame Argos aren't still doing the free £5 gift card on £50 purchases and free £10 when spending £100+. Otherwise would have picked one up from them.

Now, whether to order from M & S for £75.36 less Quidco or from Amazon for £78.31? :whistling:

Cheekster.

I am a dental professional and fully reccomend these. This version I have just bought is way better than the previous sonicare models and I was told by Phillips rep that the new battery they have in these lasts longer if placed on charger every day to top up. The old one was recommended to run out of charge then fully recharge it. I have had this new model for a month and my 9year old uses it too( obviously with a different head:roll:) Great for people with arthritis in their hands as this new model is much lighter to handle.
Remember that all sonicare have a gentle start feature for anyone who has never used a sonic toothbrush before - it can be very different to a 'normal' electric toothbrush with its humming sensation - my hubby cant get on with it at all - but each to their own
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