Soniclean Platinum HDX Electric Toothbrush RRP £99 Chemist4U £19.99 add a 29p item for free delivery- £20.28 Delivered
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Soniclean Platinum HDX Electric Toothbrush RRP £99 Chemist4U £19.99 add a 29p item for free delivery- £20.28 Delivered

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Found 11th Apr 2016
On amazon for £34.99 which seems a more realistic price than the RRP , add anything else for free delivery , as free delivery over £20.extra items available from 29p hayfever tablets.

Dynamic Sonic cleaning action black ( link for white listed below) rechargeable toothbrush Five brushing modes: clean, white, polish, massage, sensitive Sonic cleaning 48,000 strokes per minute Includes 2 HDX brush heads This product comes with a two-pin UK plug

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Original Poster

https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-electric-toothbrush-sonic-technology-white.html
Link for same toothbrush in white

Original Poster

https://www.chemist-4-u.com/soniclean-platinumhdx-replacement-toothbrush-sonic-head-4-pack.html?utm_source=Chemist-4-U+Deals+%26+Offers&utm_campaign=be53339d03-Get_80_Off_Soniclean&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8a4be37e1e-be53339d03-311514765&mc_cid=be53339d03&mc_eid=16e3e0175
Replacement heads

https://www.chemist-4-u.com/sales-and-specials/aa-car-essentials-ocean-air-freshener-clip-ons-set-of-77.html
https://www.chemist-4-u.com/sales-and-specials/sodium-cromoglicate-hayfever-eye-drops-10ml-opticrom-brand-recieved-may-vary-p.html
Examples of 29p items to add for free delivery .
Someone amended my post to a different amount but p & p is free over £20 , see website and these are examples of the cheapest add ons I could find.
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 11th Apr 2016

Innox Trading Limited have a decent trading record.
voted HOT

Edited by: "deany76" 11th Apr 2016

is this a snide version of the Philips sonicare?

Great toothbrush and retailer, my base stopped charging my brush and they replaced the whole thing in days.

Fantastic customer service

I am in two minds, it seems a good buy but I can't find the toothbrush on the Phillips product search page. This makes me think it is, or will be discontinued which will make finding brush heads hard in the future. Voted hot though.

flaviafishcake

I am in two minds, it seems a good buy but I can't find the toothbrush on … I am in two minds, it seems a good buy but I can't find the toothbrush on the Phillips product search page. This makes me think it is, or will be discontinued which will make finding brush heads hard in the future. Voted hot though.



​not Phillips.

read some of the "Reviews" on Amazon. It gets a good rating but there's a lot of Pro Reviewers on there.

Do not confuse Soniclean for Philips Sonicare. Would have snapped them up if they were the latter.

Philips is overpriced. At the end they do the same job.

madscientis

Philips is overpriced. At the end they do the same job.



I would agree, but the reason you buy branded is because at least Philips, Oral-B, etc. make the replacement heads available for years after launch. I had a good-quality off-brand sonic toothbrush and after two years can now no longer find the heads for love nor money - making the toothbrush useless.

Cant find the black replacement heads anywhere even the white ones are expensive compared to philips/oral-b as you can buy 8 for like £4 on ebay compared to 4 on amazon for £6
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 11th Apr 2016

This is a fantastic brush. Had one now for 2 months. Brush heads are nice and soft and different modes are useful. Best of all though is the battery life, it is amazing. From initial 1st charge I did not have to charge again for 5 weeks. Highly recommended.

The gushing Vine reviews, for all they're supposed to help promote new products "honestly", really annoy me.

So many are so dazzled by the thrill of getting something free, all objectivity goes out the window. I ignore those reviews and read the paid reviews instead.

MatsyLR

Cant find the black replacement heads anywhere even the white ones are … Cant find the black replacement heads anywhere even the white ones are expensive compared to philips/oral-b as you can buy 8 for like £4 on ebay compared to 4 on amazon for £6



Anywhere..

davidg_croydon

Anywhere..



Thats for a philips isnt it? This is a soniclean or am i missing something? "/

Yep those are philips probably not compatable. Also flipping expensive compared to oral-b alternatives.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 11th Apr 2016

Does the two-pin UK plug work with a standard 3 pin socket?

keeffinnegan

Does the two-pin UK plug work with a standard 3 pin socket?


Yes but you'll need to plug it into a shaver adaptor first

Use code 'VSSTC' for 10% off at checkout. Or 8.4% topcashback, or, like me, use both for the CashBack gamble.

Hotmeal

Use code 'VSSTC' for 10% off at checkout. Or 8.4% topcashback, or, like … Use code 'VSSTC' for 10% off at checkout. Or 8.4% topcashback, or, like me, use both for the CashBack gamble.



​Bought two for £35.98 delivered. Thanks! No problem.

Via Quidco it's 8% cash back plus they have a code (SPRING75) for an additional 7.5% off too. I have bought 2 for £36.98 plus 8% cashback. Amazon have 4 white replacement head/brushes for £4.99 or 2 for £8.98 delivered.
amazon.co.uk/Son…PIC
Edited by: "stelac196" 11th Apr 2016

lovingthebeer

This is a fantastic brush. Had one now for 2 months. Brush heads are … This is a fantastic brush. Had one now for 2 months. Brush heads are nice and soft and different modes are useful. Best of all though is the battery life, it is amazing. From initial 1st charge I did not have to charge again for 5 weeks. Highly recommended.



​sorry to ask but how often and for how long you use it daily

None of the reviews on amazon say verified purchase?

Very happy with the brush, highly recommended! Hot

pablozzzzz

​sorry to ask but how often and for how long you use it daily



Its got a 2 minute timer for each brushing. Mines lasted just as long.

Phillips is way better and you'll only spend an extra tenner on it. Your teeth are for life, don't cheap out!

Original Poster

bulletfoss

Phillips is way better and you'll only spend an extra tenner on it. Your … Phillips is way better and you'll only spend an extra tenner on it. Your teeth are for life, don't cheap out!


Just out of interest , I assume you have tried both , so may I ask what makes the Phillips one better please ?

plewis00

I would agree, but the reason you buy branded is because at least … I would agree, but the reason you buy branded is because at least Philips, Oral-B, etc. make the replacement heads available for years after launch. I had a good-quality off-brand sonic toothbrush and after two years can now no longer find the heads for love nor money - making the toothbrush useless.




No I bought Phillips brush then later on found it impossible to get toothbrush heads unless it was rubbish generic replacements.

katestewart9279

No I bought Phillips brush then later on found it impossible to get … No I bought Phillips brush then later on found it impossible to get toothbrush heads unless it was rubbish generic replacements.



Have you tried any major UK supermarket, boots, superdrug, Amazon... even eBay.
The brushes are ALWAYS sold here, in large quantity.

tinkerbellian

Just out of interest , I assume you have tried both , so may I ask what … Just out of interest , I assume you have tried both , so may I ask what makes the Phillips one better please ?


I'm not going to explain why a Phillips branded healthcare device is better than some Generic cheap alternative.
If you wanna buy one, you buy one mate!

bulletfoss

Have you tried any major UK supermarket, boots, superdrug, Amazon... even … Have you tried any major UK supermarket, boots, superdrug, Amazon... even eBay.The brushes are ALWAYS sold here, in large quantity.



I did. Phillips even discontinued the brushes. The only place was expensive on e-bay. So I just bought another model so let's hope I don't have the same problem soon.

Original Poster

Ah , ok thought you might have tried them both and could let us know where you felt the soniclean was lacking, my mistake , apologies

Out of stock.

Original Poster

Try the white one that's still in stock.

impossible to get toothbrush heads !!!!!

Original Poster


seba6721 hour, 27 minutes ago#36
impossible to get toothbrush heads !!!!!
Have you contacted chemist4u to see when they will be back in stock, I posted this a week ago and plenty of replacement heads available then , but I think we caused a bit of a run on them.

flaviafishcake

I am in two minds, it seems a good buy but I can't find the toothbrush on … I am in two minds, it seems a good buy but I can't find the toothbrush on the Phillips product search page. This makes me think it is, or will be discontinued which will make finding brush heads hard in the future. Voted hot though.



It is not a Phillips toothbrush
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