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Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case HX6800/03 £49.99 Amazon
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Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case HX6800/03 £49.99 Amazon

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Posted 12th Nov 2019

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Removes up to 7x more plaque than a manual toothbrush

Pressure sensor alerts you when are brushing too hard. Speed - Up to 62,000 brush movements/min

Travel case enables you to take your Sonicare wherever you go

Smart brush head replacement reminder alerts you when to replace your brush head for effective cleaning, every time

2 weeks battery life limiting the need for frequent charging.


An extra 10% off for student members.
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62000 brush strokes per min is impressive for £50.
I've been looking at upgrading to the Oclean X or One from Aliexpress as they're about £40 at the mo, but this is tempting for better sonic rating and pressure sensor.
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 12th Nov 2019
bargain at £50 as the RRP before was £139.99
icekay12/11/2019 10:15

bargain at £50 as the RRP before was £139.99


A bit like DFS!
How are these better than the Oral B £25 ones?
tempted
deleted142888312/11/2019 14:46

How are these better than the Oral B £25 ones?


They're Sonic. True sonic meaning over 30000 strokes per minute. This one claims up to 62000
Edited by: "tommytbone1" 12th Nov 2019
deleted142888312/11/2019 14:46

How are these better than the Oral B £25 ones?


These ones vibrate while the oral b ones turn back and forth. I prefer the oral b ones myself
The sonic waves (or whatever they are) are part of the tooth cleaning process. It's patented by Philips who bought the original Sonicare inventors. Oral are just normal electric scrubbing heads.
Having had both, I MUCH prefer the philips sonicare over the oral b.
Edited by: "itr786" 12th Nov 2019
I've had both and prefer oral b. However the case that comes with the Philips is pretty neat
So the oral b doesnt have the sonic and you still prefer it to the Philip's raheel? Do your teeth feel cleaner with the oral b one? It does make you wonder if these added specs make any difference at all but what do I know although I am in the market for a new brush so happy for some opinions
I bought this brush direct from Philips last week for £54. I'm very happy with my purchase
Also had both brands and also prefer the sonicare, teeth just felt cleaner with it.
paulie_jz12/11/2019 19:41

So the oral b doesnt have the sonic and you still prefer it to the …So the oral b doesnt have the sonic and you still prefer it to the Philip's raheel? Do your teeth feel cleaner with the oral b one? It does make you wonder if these added specs make any difference at all but what do I know although I am in the market for a new brush so happy for some opinions


Whatever you do, don't cheap out on either brand. The cheaper brushes are (generally) not in the same league as the more expensive ones. Battery life is one of the differences I noticed after getting a more expensive one. I went from a brush that needed charging every week to one that lasts 3 weeks.

Take brush heads into consideration though, sonicare heads can be more expensive unless you stock up when decent offers are on.
Seems decent - Ordered, thanks heat added
deleted142888312/11/2019 14:46

How are these better than the Oral B £25 ones?


The oral b batteries go on recharging forever, Phillips give out after a year.
paulie_jz12/11/2019 19:41

So the oral b doesnt have the sonic and you still prefer it to the …So the oral b doesnt have the sonic and you still prefer it to the Philip's raheel? Do your teeth feel cleaner with the oral b one? It does make you wonder if these added specs make any difference at all but what do I know although I am in the market for a new brush so happy for some opinions


The sonic version just doesnt do anything I feel. The oral b one actually turns back and forth and that's what I like. Teeth get much more cleaner imo. Oral b one also has circular head so surrounds teeth.

I feel like an oral b ad rn
Edited by: "123454321" 12th Nov 2019
bigdaveplym12/11/2019 20:08

The oral b batteries go on recharging forever, Phillips give out after a …The oral b batteries go on recharging forever, Phillips give out after a year.


Can't say I agree with this. I've owned two Philips for many years and the battery is great.
Top up your gift card balance account with £80 amd you recieve £6 credit when clicking the link under the price.
So effectively £44 with £36 left over on your account
12345432112/11/2019 20:47

The sonic version just doesnt do anything I feel. The oral b one actually …The sonic version just doesnt do anything I feel. The oral b one actually turns back and forth and that's what I like. Teeth get much more cleaner imo. Oral b one also has circular head so surrounds teeth.I feel like an oral b ad rn


No that ive vetted the research, but Sonic and the vibrations are considered the best way to clean your teeth, as it cleans your gums too and forces water between the teeth to clean past where the bristles touch... Well thats the argument, as i say, I'm not into running clinical trials myself
Wondering if black Friday will have some nice deals
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