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Philips Sonicare HX6932/10 Flexcare Sonic Toothbrush With UV Sanitizing Station - £89.99 delivered
Philips Sonicare HX6932/10 Flexcare Sonic Toothbrush With UV Sanitizing Station - £89.99 delivered

Philips Sonicare HX6932/10 Flexcare Sonic Toothbrush With UV Sanitizing Station - £89.99 delivered

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First offer so be gentle....

I was looking for a sonic brush following the other offer posted here and found this model which fixes the problems the Elite model had. Mainly, a brush head that traps dirt/mould easily. It also has a smaller lighter body and has less external vibration. It also comes with a UV sanitizer - may be a gimmick but I would still use it. A bit pricey but this is the cheapest I've found trawling through google and the usual websites.

* Clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque
* 10% Wider - Designed for a better fit with your mouth
* 3 Flexible brushing modes, 2 Personalised cleaning routines
* Go Care: 1-minute brushing cycle for a quick clean
* Max Care: 3-minutes for an extended care routine
* Smartimer: 2-min. timer helps to ensure recommended brushing
* Quadpacer: Interval timer
* Light signal helps track battery charge

For more details see: sonicare.co.uk

This is the latest model from the philips sonicare range.
- penyekz

The original RRP is £180 so 50% off
- penyekz

22 Comments

looks a good price for the revamped brush

especially if they have sorted out those issues you mention, just a pity I cannot get one, so close to Christmas!

:? looks like a good buy ???? 89 quid for a toothbrush ??? call me old fashioned but thats b*****ks!! :oops: does this thing cook me brekfast and warm the car for me !!!. homebargains 2 wisdom brushs £1.29! :thumbsup: rest me case

Shy girl's rabbit, imho.

doh i paid £106 for this last month!!!

WHYYYYYYYYYYY

Original Poster

muffin247

doh i paid £106 for this last month!!!WHYYYYYYYYYYY




About to take the plunge..... are they good from your experience?

yes electric beats manual hands down

they say u will notice a difference, well my teeth seem whiter and your mouth is left with a cleaner feel

i recommend it even at £100 price i paid!

Your all F*****g mugs £90 quid for a stupid toothbrush...

You all want strangling..The lot of ya...:x

:giggle: Reminded me of this.....
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we are not mugs!
my dentist recommended it and it is the best!! i will never go back to using boring manual toothbrush again! worth it so go and buy it.

I know it seems a lot compared to a manual toothbrush, but since I've switched to the Sonicare 2 years ago my oral health has improved considerably. I've not had to pay for anything other than a dentist checkup and not seen a hygenist in that time either. On top of that my teeth are left feeling cleaner than a manual toothbrush could ever make them. Granted, it's not a cheap option, but I feel that it's paid for itself through paying less to the dentist each time. Can't say I'm going to rush to upgrade to the latest model though, I'll wait for my old one to die first.

huggie

:? looks like a good buy ???? 89 quid for a toothbrush ??? call me old … :? looks like a good buy ???? 89 quid for a toothbrush ??? call me old fashioned but thats b*****ks!! :oops: does this thing cook me brekfast and warm the car for me !!!. homebargains 2 wisdom brushs £1.29! :thumbsup: rest me case


I have an older version of this... I have white teeth and no fillings. These brushes are very good and the price will likely be offset by reduced expense at the dentist. What's more, a lot of serious illness actually starts in the mouth, including various heart conditions, etc. So have really clean teeth is a serious benefit.

Having said that, the replacement heads are also a lot of money, too, so it is a pricey business to own one of these.

Original Poster

The reviews I've read have all been excellent. Sonic brushes are the way to go. Many have sworn that their oral health are better than before. Check out the reviews on amazon.com :
amazon.com/rev…s=1

I used to have the old braun 3D excel one and found it next to useless and so switched back to manual after my wife complained about my breath... LOL... :roll: So I'm gonna give this one a go.

Finally, its much cheaper to spend on this rather than get your dentist to fix things...

I have been charged £95 for this after following the link :-(

Original Poster

Jonb133

I have been charged £95 for this after following the link :-(



huh? still says £89.99 in amazon... did you select free supersaver delivery?

crazylegs

Your all F*****g mugs £90 quid for a stupid toothbrush...You all want … Your all F*****g mugs £90 quid for a stupid toothbrush...You all want strangling..The lot of ya...:x



OK.............! :roll:

radicalbyte

Shy girl's rabbit, imho.



Rabbit? It's a toothbrush, you don't have to feed it carrots do you?

Does anyone know if these are noisy?

Original Poster

crackle999

Does anyone know if these are noisy?



This latest model is supposed to be quieter than the previous ones and more comfy to use.

£89.99 LMAO
I have an Oral-B Pulsar that cost me £2.99, half price in Tesco. When it is time to dispose of it i'll spend another £2.99 on a new one that will also last me 9 months to a year. It makes my teeth look very nice for the price, thank you verry much.
I won't vote cold as it's probably a very good price. Value for money? Nope.

now £99.99

I got mine for around 85 from Boots with vouchers and extra advantage points, can't rate it as its a Christmas present to meself...

if u can afford it £99 is nothing like my loose change really lol
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