Philips Sonicare Lavender HX6721/35 £37.50 @ Tesco
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Philips Sonicare Lavender HX6721/35 £37.50 @ Tesco

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Found 22nd Jan 2016
It did say RRP £150, which I doubt but this is a good offer when others are selling cheapest at £50. So, if you are going to get one, get it while the offer last.
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Thanks just purchased. Reviews are great!
Pink Sonicare £25 too

and thanks OP just ordered the lavender!
Edited by: "krispykreme" 22nd Jan 2016
Thanks OP. Very good deal.
Great deal, although I do find it funny some of the "features" i.e. the white mode which is basically adding an extra 30 seconds to the quad timer!
If you have a Sonicare brush, I would recommend getting the DiamondClean replacement heads.

You can get 4 for £20 from Amazon (they recommend changing the brush head every 3 months, so the pack would last a year.)

The DiamondClean toothbrushes are over £100, but the same brush heads are compatible with much cheaper Sonicare toothbrushes.

Link if anyone is interested:

amazon.co.uk/Phi…YA/
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npo

If you have a Sonicare brush, I would recommend getting the DiamondClean … If you have a Sonicare brush, I would recommend getting the DiamondClean replacement heads.You can get 4 for £20 from Amazon (they recommend changing the brush head every 3 months, so the pack would last a year.)The DiamondClean toothbrushes are over £100, but the same brush heads are compatible with much cheaper Sonicare toothbrushes.Link if anyone is interested:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX6064-26-Diamond/dp/B00DE8VAYA/



I thought the same until I purchased the DiamondClean brush heads to use on my flexcare platinum...and there's a night and day difference, DiamondClean heads don't work nowhere near as well as the intercare for the flexcare series. Just ordered myself a new set of intercare heads.
Thanks OP, great deal. The pink above and the lavender appear to be the same model apart from a sensitive mode on the lavender and it also comes with a travel case.

philips.co.uk/etc…/35

Edited by: "jockscot1" 23rd Jan 2016
jockscot1

Thanks OP, great deal. The pink above and the lavender appear to be the … Thanks OP, great deal. The pink above and the lavender appear to be the same model apart from a sensitive mode on the lavender and it also comes with a travel case.http://www.philips.co.uk/etc/philips/b2c/compareproducts.html?locale=en_GB&catalog=CONSUMER&ctn=HX6761/02,HX6721/35



Annoying!
It says one removes up to 90% stains and the other 100%, but it doesn't explain why! It may be the 'sensitive' mode doesn't clean so well? But that's just an option with one brush isn't it? Confused!
Can children aged 6 use these?
krispykreme

Pink Sonicare £25 tooand thanks OP just ordered the lavender!



​is there a difference between them other than colour?
jockscot1

Thanks OP, great deal. The pink above and the lavender appear to be the … Thanks OP, great deal. The pink above and the lavender appear to be the same model apart from a sensitive mode on the lavender and it also comes with a travel case.http://www.philips.co.uk/etc/philips/b2c/compareproducts.html?locale=en_GB&catalog=CONSUMER&ctn=HX6761/02,HX6721/35



Thanks I was wondering what the difference was.
Ordered. Thanks OP
Aldi have their equivalent on sale at the moment. Around £30 I think and the replacement heads are cheaper too.

My hygienist advises the Braun rotating type though.
krispykreme

Pink Sonicare £25 too



Thanks for the tip, bought it. I don't care what people think of my pink Sonicare if it's £25!

I currently have the classic Sonicare model (with the bulky brush heads with magnets inside) after my previous one of this modern model broke. While it's definitely more durable, the classic model's brushes are much more expensive so I think it's worth buying the newer model at this price even if it breaks down after a year or two.


Edited by: "cjsanandreas" 23rd Jan 2016
I've been using Sonicare for about 15 years and there really is no difference between models. You'll never really use any of the modes once you get used to it. I agree with a previous poster that the head type DOES make a difference though
It has charger with continental plug, probably that's why so cheap in UK. Not an issue for me at all so hot, thanks for that
Just a heads up that this has now dropped to £32.50 so contact Tesco for a fiver refund on the item. Even better value
jockscot1

Just a heads up that this has now dropped to £32.50 so contact Tesco for … Just a heads up that this has now dropped to £32.50 so contact Tesco for a fiver refund on the item. Even better value



Is there a specific time frame? Ordered on the 22.01.
mspychala

Is there a specific time frame? Ordered on the 22.01.



It says 28 days from delivery on their site so you should be fine. Just go on the chat thing and they do it straight away for you.

tescohelp.com/tes…tml
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It has charger with continental plug, probably that's why so cheap in UK. … It has charger with continental plug, probably that's why so cheap in UK. Not an issue for me at all so hot, thanks for that

Erm, all shavers and electric toothbrushes come with a 2-pin plug! Nothing to do with it being continental.
I didn't know that, so no disadvantages then, still I haven't seen any better price and only few better(?) models on the market
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