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Philips Sonicare Hydroclean HX6431 Half Price Was £48.93 Now £24.46 at Boots Including Guarantee for 2 months
Philips Sonicare Hydroclean HX6431 Half Price Was £48.93 Now £24.46 at Boots Including Guarantee for 2 months

Philips Sonicare Hydroclean HX6431 Half Price Was £48.93 Now £24.46 at Boots Including Guarantee for 2 months

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Philips Hydroclean Battery Toothbrush has a dynamic cleaning action which reaches deep between the teeth to get closer to the benefits of flossing.

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2 months warrenty?? oh and here's a direct link
boots.com/web…051

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maddogb;5340585

2 months warrenty?? oh and here's a direct … 2 months warrenty?? oh and here's a direct linkhttp://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10052&productId=335077&callingViewName=&langId=-1&catalogId=11051



if that comes with it too, then I cant figure out why this is cold lol :-D

Available at John Lewis with Free Delivery, at Boots you need to spend of £40 (or go the the shop). Surely the 2 month Warranty is a typo!
johnlewis.com/230…798

Must mean 12 months warranty!

Isn't that standard?

Penny cheaper on Amazon and free delivery - oh but it's "Temporarily out of stock."

Great toothbrush and I like the fact it takes replaceable AA batteries. So no classic battery death at 13 months and good for travelling.

How much and how common are the heads for these?

stemcell;5341503

How much and how common are the heads for these?



amazon.co.uk/dp/…_t1

good price, but save yourself the hassle and get the rechargeable one.

ElBuc;5345681

good price, but save yourself the hassle and get the rechargeable one.



What hassle? I chose this one to avoid hassle. No charger to have kicking around; just bung in a freshly charged pair of AA NiMH instant batteries every couple of months when it starts beeping. No unchangeable battery pack to fail without warning. Simple.

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Always factor in brushhead prices. these are £14.67 each! Reminds me of a lexmark printer lol

no charger is useless imho. rechargeable batteries arent strong enough to keep this running at full power for more than a few days.

csiman;5346109

Always factor in brushhead prices. these are £14.67 each! Reminds me of a … Always factor in brushhead prices. these are £14.67 each! Reminds me of a lexmark printer lolno charger is useless imho. rechargeable batteries arent strong enough to keep this running at full power for more than a few days.



Happy to point out your error, the heads are in packs of three so it's not £14.67 each.

I think you should try getting some decent rechargeables, obviously NiMH technology has come on somewhat since you last tried them. I find Vapex instants work perfectly fine for about two months using the brush for two, two minute, sessions a day. The brush flashes it's light when they are getting low but still works with the same power for at least a week before it bleeps.

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VDisillusioned;5347452

Happy to point out your error, the heads are in packs of three so it's … Happy to point out your error, the heads are in packs of three so it's not £14.67 each.I think you should try getting some decent rechargeables, obviously NiMH technology has come on somewhat since you last tried them. I find Vapex instants work perfectly fine for about two months using the brush for two, two minute, sessions a day. The brush flashes it's light when they are getting low but still works with the same power for at least a week before it bleeps.


Happy to point out your error, the heads are in packs of ONE! :whistling:

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