Philips Sonicare HX8911/04 HealthyWhite+ - £49.99 (was £140) @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare HX8911/04 HealthyWhite+ - £49.99 (was £140) @ Amazon

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Found 1st May 2016
Reduced from £140, I have one and can say they are fantastic!
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It actually is usually 60-70 according to Camel Camel.

Save yourself a further tenner and get the standard version, exactly the same thing without the marketing gumf, and according to the reviews it's even nicer to hold:
amazon.co.uk/Phi…are
zebrum

It actually is usually 60-70 according to Camel Camel.Save yourself a … It actually is usually 60-70 according to Camel Camel.Save yourself a further tenner and get the standard version, exactly the same thing without the marketing gumf, and according to the reviews it's even nicer to hold:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-HX6511-50-Rechargeable-Toothbrush/dp/B004M1BO3U/ref=sr_1_2?s=drugstore&ie=UTF8&qid=1462059707&sr=1-2&keywords=sonicare


HX6511/44 is £30.99 at Philips with codes 10PHILIPS, 25TIMESTHANKS. Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min
How do you get it down to £30.99? It's showing £54 using those codes.
bigvic

How do you get it down to £30.99? It's showing £54 using those codes.



Their shop is badly designed, here is a link to the item:
philips-shop.co.uk/sto…er=

Sub-total incl. VAT £40.00
Delivery
£3.99
25% discount -£10.00
10% off -£3.00
Total £30.99
The number after the slash denotes which free brush you get with it:

HX6511/43 - 1 x DiamondClean standard
HX6511/44 - 1 x Senstive standard
HX6511/50 - 1 x ProResults standard
ellenw

HX6511/44 is £30.99 at Philips with codes 10PHILIPS, 25TIMESTHANKS. Up to … HX6511/44 is £30.99 at Philips with codes 10PHILIPS, 25TIMESTHANKS. Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min



Ordered thanks! Almost got one off eBay at about same price £28, however that one looks like the a free sample for "dentists" via the sonicare challenge.
zebrum

Ordered thanks! Almost got one off eBay at about same price £28, however … Ordered thanks! Almost got one off eBay at about same price £28, however that one looks like the a free sample for "dentists" via the sonicare challenge.


Glad it helped, Philips exchanged a faulty brush for me even though it was over two years old.
Thanks zebrum and ellenw but I got called into to work shortly after my question and missed out as it went OOS by the time I got home! Bum!
bigvic

Thanks zebrum and ellenw but I got called into to work shortly after my … Thanks zebrum and ellenw but I got called into to work shortly after my question and missed out as it went OOS by the time I got home! Bum!


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So I've been using this sonicare for a few days and sadly its no different from a normal non-electric toothbrush. It makes a high pitched sound but the brush head hardly moves at all, so you just have to brush as normal. So total waste of money
zebrum

So I've been using this sonicare for a few days and sadly its no … So I've been using this sonicare for a few days and sadly its no different from a normal non-electric toothbrush. It makes a high pitched sound but the brush head hardly moves at all, so you just have to brush as normal. So total waste of money


That doesn't sound good, have used different Sonicare brushes over the years and found they clean really well. There's a 28 day money back guarantee, send it back if you're dissatisfied or you may have a faulty one.
ellenw

That doesn't sound good, have used different Sonicare brushes over the … That doesn't sound good, have used different Sonicare brushes over the years and found they clean really well. There's a 28 day money back guarantee, send it back if you're dissatisfied or you may have a faulty one.



Thanks for your reply, what brush do you use? I have the sensitive so wondering if maybe that's why.
Edited by: "malhal" 11th May 2016
I use the ProResults standard, the brush head shouldn't make much difference the brush should do all the work, sensitive is probably best if you've never used one before, I've found Sonicare give teeth a really good clean. The brush should have Speed: Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min
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Edited by: "ellenw" 11th May 2016

HX6511/44 is £30.99 at Philips with codes 10PHILIPS, 25TIMESTHANKS. Up to … HX6511/44 is £30.99 at Philips with codes 10PHILIPS, 25TIMESTHANKS. Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min



Thanks - codes still work £30.99 delivered. Bought.
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