Philips Sonicare HX9332/04 DiamondClean Rechargeable Toothbrush White £79.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare HX9332/04 DiamondClean Rechargeable Toothbrush White £79.99 @ Amazon

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Found 27th Dec 2014Made hot 27th Dec 2014
Amazon deal of the day reduced from £250 to £79.99

Looks like an average rating of 4.5 stars out of 5, so seems well liked by those who bought it.

Recommended brand of power toothbrushes by dental professionals
Visibly whiter teeth in just one week. Five brushing modes: clean, sensitive, gum care, white and polish
Removes 100% more plaque in hard-to-reach areas than a manual toothbrush
Sleek design featuring glass charging cup and USB charging travel case
Diamond-shaped brush head for optimum cleaning and whitening
This product comes with a 2-pin UK plug

30 Comments

Beat me to it. I have the black version and paid a lot more than this. Cheapest I have seen it.

A very good price. The prices have gone up after christmas to £125

Original Poster

Black available for £99.99 if you prefer.

get the 6902 from asda for 35 bucks....
much better deal

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carlospunk

get the 6902 from asda for 35 bucks....much better deal



I believe the £35 was a local deal at ASDA if you can get one. The 6902 model is £79 reduced from £160 on Amazon.

Excellent spot thank you - been waiting for this to come down :-)

Love this toothbrush

loop

Beat me to it. I have the black version and paid a lot more than this. … Beat me to it. I have the black version and paid a lot more than this. Cheapest I have seen it.


It was cheaper on Black Friday from Amazon.

I've been using this toothbrush for years. I hate the glass charger and heavy/bulky travel case.

I bought one a couple of weeks ago. Nice toothbrush although could do with a few improvements:

Having to press the single (power on) button to change from clean to polish to white or whatever isn't a great idea. Ok, it's easy enough to do if cleaning your teeth, but if you over press it and miss what you wanted, the toothbrush switches off at the bottom of the list.

The toothbrush starts next time on the last setting, so if you were on sensitive, it starts on that rather than "clean" at the top.

Charge display really needs bars rather than a solid single light that starts flashing when the battery is running out. Like my original Sonicare better as this had 3 bars.


I found the carrying case fine - handy using a usb cable into a pc or a plug in the mains.
THe glass is just an ordinary glass that sits on a metal wired base. and is quite heavy. Haven't used this as it seems gimmicky.
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Good price. Was £73.99 on Black Friday (as bought one for the wife) but this is the best price since then. Brilliant toothbrush and disagree with above comment about glass charger being "gimmicky" - it's great to store the brush in and charges it too....what's not to like?

Thanks - ordered 2 making good use of the bespoke £10 for £5 vouchers I managed to get

Annoying that the glass charger let's you charge an Airfloss but it doesn't actually charge!

Ordered ta

It's a shame that the travel case uses a mini USB, everything else these days is Micro USB

Just keep your eye on the battery performance. Bought mine 6mths ago, now the battery lasted a couple of days before warning of low power...

I've been waiting for this toothbrush a long time but missed the Black Friday deal. This seems like the best toothbrush that money can buy at this price.

I honestly believe it is the best toothbrush out there and you wouldn't regret buying it. I got it on offer but wouldn't have minded spending double even because my teeth have improved drastically in just a short time x

Rhod Gilbert would love this

Genuine question:

I once read in what appeared to be a very fastidiously researched review that 99% of electric toothbrush literature/their features can be put down to marketing fluff. On that basis it recommended that it was generally best to buy the cheapest handle possible, of a reliable brand. To put it in perspective: many of them have LCD screens with timers. Flashing lights, etc. Newer ones have Bluetooth and USB charging capabilities. These are, what I would say, 'non-essential features' on a toothbrush. Surely, it is a combination of the operating motor and the brush (the latter being replaceable) that is important.

Why should I buy this brush at £79.99, or another at £100+ instead of the cheapest Philips or Oral B one available?

Helpful responses appreciated

Edited by: "xeroc" 27th Dec 2014

Sonicare are great toothbrushes but the replacement heads are expensive.

Great deal mj!!

CrispyColonel

Just keep your eye on the battery performance. Bought mine 6mths ago, now … Just keep your eye on the battery performance. Bought mine 6mths ago, now the battery lasted a couple of days before warning of low power...


I've had mine over a year and it lasts weeks between charges.

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sarahrcunningham

Great deal mj!!



Was that your first comment. I am honoured ;-)

CrispyColonel

Just keep your eye on the battery performance. Bought mine 6mths ago, now … Just keep your eye on the battery performance. Bought mine 6mths ago, now the battery lasted a couple of days before warning of low power...



Sounds defective, I've had mine for over a year now and the battery is still going strong.

xeroc

Genuine question:I once read in what appeared to be a very fastidiously … Genuine question:I once read in what appeared to be a very fastidiously researched review that 99% of electric toothbrush literature/their features can be put down to marketing fluff. On that basis it recommended that it was generally best to buy the cheapest handle possible, of a reliable brand. To put it in perspective: many of them have LCD screens with timers. Flashing lights, etc. Newer ones have Bluetooth and USB charging capabilities. These are, what I would say, 'non-essential features' on a toothbrush. Surely, it is a combination of the operating motor and the brush (the latter being replaceable) that is important.Why should I buy this brush at £79.99, or another at £100+ instead of the cheapest Philips or Oral B one available?Helpful responses appreciated




Mostly it will be what features are on the toothbrush, some may not be essential to you but it will all come down to personal preference, i.e if you need Sensitive,Gum Care,Polish etc. If you would like to have a choice of cleaning modes then it is going to cost more over the entry level one mode clean.

Also the higher end models will have better batteries in them which means they will last longer between charges again not essential but handy not having to put it on charge all the time, Lastly the motor used the cheaper models will not have the same motor as the top end models the better the motor the more brush strokes per minute you get.

tje1978

Mostly it will be what features are on the toothbrush, some may not be … Mostly it will be what features are on the toothbrush, some may not be essential to you but it will all come down to personal preference, i.e if you need Sensitive,Gum Care,Polish etc. If you would like to have a choice of cleaning modes then it is going to cost more over the entry level one mode clean.Also the higher end models will have better batteries in them which means they will last longer between charges again not essential but handy not having to put it on charge all the time, Lastly the motor used the cheaper models will not have the same motor as the top end models the better the motor the more brush strokes per minute you get.



Thanks for that.

Just looking at the comparison on the Amazon page, the HX6511 which is about 1/3 of the normal retail price on this model here seems to have the same battery and same motor. But it only has the "Clean" function. Are the extra modes worth the extra money? How exactly do these modes work, are they just different pulses on the motor etc?

I do hope this toothbrush is good as I just couldn't resist buying one. Thanks op.

xeroc

Thanks for that.Just looking at the comparison on the Amazon page, the … Thanks for that.Just looking at the comparison on the Amazon page, the HX6511 which is about 1/3 of the normal retail price on this model here seems to have the same battery and same motor. But it only has the "Clean" function. Are the extra modes worth the extra money? How exactly do these modes work, are they just different pulses on the motor etc?



Also look out for strokes per minute... This varies depending on the price range. This being the top of the line should be the best in terms of number of strokes per minute. I've always had an oral b but this Philips is in a different league, very happy with it!

jay452

Also look out for strokes per minute... This varies depending on the … Also look out for strokes per minute... This varies depending on the price range. This being the top of the line should be the best in terms of number of strokes per minute. I've always had an oral b but this Philips is in a different league, very happy with it!



You'd think that, but (save the very cheapest Philips one) they all (including the HX6511 I mentioned at less than £50) have the same number of strokes per minute as the highest one in the range.
Edited by: "xeroc" 27th Dec 2014

Well good luck with your decision.
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