Philips Sonicare HX9111/21 FlexCare Electric toothbrush - Platinum - With 10% Voucher - £67.49 Amazon
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Philips Sonicare HX9111/21 FlexCare Electric toothbrush - Platinum - With 10% Voucher - £67.49 Amazon

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Found 13th Nov 2015
Sonicare Flex care Platinum is the perfect toothbrush for those concerned with good gum health. It offers a thorough yet gentle cleaning experience with 10x more plaque removal vs a manual toothbrush. Thanks to the Adaptive Clean brush head and intuitive pressure sensor, you get maximum plaque removal and a gentle experience however you brush. It's unique brush head and handle is designed to follow the contour of your teeth and gums, for a close responsive clean and healthier gums. It has 3 different cleaning modes; clean for everyday use, white for stain removal and deep clean for an invigorating thorough clean. It also has 3 intensity settings, so you can select the level that suits you best. Sonicare Flex care Platinum offers our most effective cleaning yet with dynamic sonic action that drives fluid deep between teeth and along the gum-line to help prevent the development of gum disease and improve gum health in just two weeks. It's ideal for travel, as a single charge lasts up to 3 weeks and it's supplied with a handy travel case.

Box Contains
1 x FlexCare Platinum Handle
1 x AdaptiveClean brush head
1 x Charger
1 x Travel case

Directly under the price, there is a 'Collect Voucher and save 10% Button', discount is applied at Checkout.

Has an RRP of £199 although I'm pretty sure its always available for less than that, this represents the best deal I could find (£79.99 in Boots)

22 Comments

Not bad but I'd rather have a Braun.

Original Poster

Not used a Braun one but have got on allright with these previously.

The problem whenever I've had an electric toothbrush is the recharging time. I bought an Oral B mid range toothbrush and it takes 16+ hours to charge, which is absolutely rubbish.

Very expensive replacement brush heads

fishmaster

The problem whenever I've had an electric toothbrush is the recharging … The problem whenever I've had an electric toothbrush is the recharging time. I bought an Oral B mid range toothbrush and it takes 16+ hours to charge, which is absolutely rubbish.[img]http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/uk/chart/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



I bought one with a single AA battery inside, no recharging time!

used these brushes for a few years now, very good and philips will quickly replace any that go faulty within 2 years.

cford2010

used these brushes for a few years now, very good and philips will … used these brushes for a few years now, very good and philips will quickly replace any that go faulty within 2 years.



How long is the recharging time?

Which magazine says not to bother with the high end brushes. It gives the sonicare that is about £40 a best it.

fishmaster

How long is the recharging time?


All day and most if the night, but the run time is weeks

ms2005

Which magazine says not to bother with the high end brushes. It gives the … Which magazine says not to bother with the high end brushes. It gives the sonicare that is about £40 a best it.



Which magazine's opinion is almost worthless though.

I can't believe people are still brushing their teeth in this day and age. Once you have used a MISWAK (Medically and scientifically proven) you won't go back to prehistoric electric toothbrushes

hiezra

I can't believe people are still brushing their teeth in this day and … I can't believe people are still brushing their teeth in this day and age. Once you have used a MISWAK (Medically and scientifically proven) you won't go back to prehistoric electric toothbrushes



en.wikipedia.org/wik…wak

Sonicare batteries/ energy consumption trumps oral B's by a mile (even cheap Sonicares over expensive Brauns) which matter is you've ever come across the annoyance of a dead toothbrush when you're in a rush. However the brush heads are more expensive.

I agree with the person saying the higher end models don't really make that much difference in both Brauns and Sonicares once you get past the £20 mark.

Whoever suggested a AA battery type brush has clearly never compared it with a Braun prof series/ Sonicare toothbrush as both feel substanitally better at cleaning your teeth. As to which cleans better between Brauns and Sonicares I'd say they were roughly the same. I'm just sick of recharging every 2-3 days which is what happens to the Brauns within a year of use. Having said that I had a Sonicare which died within 1 yr of use but was easily refunded for the purchase (Amazon gave money back although I could have had it repaired/ replaced by Philips 2 yr warrantee at the time)

Asked my hygienist just yesterday whether Sonicare or Braun/OralB do the better job. She unhesitatingly said Braun.
Cheaper too!
Edited by: "Besford" 13th Nov 2015

hiezra

I can't believe people are still brushing their teeth in this day and … I can't believe people are still brushing their teeth in this day and age. Once you have used a MISWAK (Medically and scientifically proven) you won't go back to prehistoric electric toothbrushes


For real? I've never heard of them!

i just bought the oral b 3000 for 25 quids from boots. if it is good, i am going to get another 2 for my parents

My MISWAK takes forever to charge. Still waiting for the light to come on.

Besford

Asked my hygienist just yesterday whether Sonicare or Braun/OralB do the … Asked my hygienist just yesterday whether Sonicare or Braun/OralB do the better job. She unhesitatingly said Braun.Cheaper too!


get another hygienist, the sonicare are so much better for your gums

DominicA

get another hygienist, the sonicare are so much better for your gums


Any links in support? I'm genuinely interested.

This is better than brauns. Brauns have this awful rubber which collects mould and becomes sticky (the upper layer/film rubs off) and the battery life is abysmal.

Besford

Any links in support? I'm genuinely interested.


The HX6972/03 on Philips site is £67.50, 8% Quidco. 25TIMESTHANKS, 10PHILIPS.

ellenw

The HX6972/03 on Philips site is £67.50, 8% Quidco. 25TIMESTHANKS, … The HX6972/03 on Philips site is £67.50, 8% Quidco. 25TIMESTHANKS, 10PHILIPS.


HX9111/21 back in stock on Philips site, £67.50 with codes. the HX6511/43 is £30.99. Both brushes have Speed: Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min
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