Philips Sonicare Deals

Philips Sonicare Deals

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Dental hygiene and its associated technology has come a long way since the days of the simple hand-powered toothbrush. As adults, we only get one set of teeth and once they're gone, they're gone – so it's important to look after the ones we have, as well as the gums that keep them in place. The best quality toothbrushes can be expensive, so to help save our customers’ money, there's a wide range of superb deals at HotUKDeals on Philips Sonicare toothbrushes. Read more
Philips sonicare toothbrush £40 @ Tesco Hayes
LocalLocalFound 13th OctFound 13th Oct
At Tesco Hayes
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Got this for £25 on Tescos 3 months back


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Do these have Ambilight? Apparently that’s the only reason to buy something by Philips (y)


It's expired




Is it still live? I can't find it


You need to select the 49.99 option from the seller list


Getting good quality preventative care for your teeth is better than spending painfully big bills at the dentist. Never skimp on quality for teeth or feet.

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Philips Sonicare 5 series toothbrush at Groupon for £43.98
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Model is HX8931/10 which appears to have been discontinued however Debenhams are selling it for £75. Just ordered and using a new groupon account I got 10% off with the code TRIPLE… Read more

20% off code available through voucher codes, got mine for £35.58 delivered thanks.


But when the cheaper one is proven better..............


People have their own preferences between the 2


£19.99 for an Oral B 600/650/670 and you're sorted. Better cleaning too.


No, I chose the non-plug option. I think it's because I used Topcashback - the sneaky so-and-so's bumped up the price to compensate for the cashback. I used the direct link in your post instead and it came up with the £41.99 + P&P.

Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - Black Edition @ Amazon £49.10 (Free Prime Delivery or £4.49)
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - Black Edition on Amazon £49.10 with Free Prime Delivery.
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You might want to stay away from the Philips Sonicare FlexCare. It's quite an old model that is prone to frying its own brains. I've had two in the past and both, after some time exhibited the same problem where they would randomly turn themselves on/off whilst on the charging base. Also, I think, it's a NiMH battery which dies after a while. The UV sanitiser as an idea is good but in reality is nothing more than a gimmick for a brush-heads that get chucked away every couple of months. I guess you could re-purpose it and have it as anti-mosquito light in your bathroom (or you could donate to your local butcher/deli). Best put a price tracker on the DiamondClean brush handle package the next time that hits sub the £90 mark. Far superior brush.


Haha! I duped myself! When I saw the black toothbrush shown by the OP and "Diamond Clean" in the title, I thought BARGAIN as the older black "Diamond Clean" toothbrush, which apparently also had USB used to be around £200+ on Amazon (see below). So I hastily snapped one up @ £49.99 Only realised on opening and using it that it's just a "Diamond Clean Head", as per title. In hindsight I should have read more closely and not been so quick on the trigger. LOL My Bluetooth Sonicare with "UV Brush Head Sanitiser" is a better bit of kit. Well, just have to use it as my spare for travelling.


In this case I'd prefer black so keeping it clean all the time.




Looks like expired - back up to £99

Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case and Additional Toothbrush Head in Black - £118 @ Amazon (Additional 10% off for Amazon Prime Student accounts - £106.20)
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Still a lot to pay for what is essentially just a toothbrush, but this is a great price for this particular toothbrush. It comes down to £106.20 if you have a Amazon Prime Student … Read more

Brilliant, thanks!


Just press and hold the button mate and it will turn straight off without having to cycle through the settings


Absolutely! And that means it cleans better than Braun toothbrushes (I had those for 15 years before moving to Philips).


Thanks, and I presume, cleans just as well?


It looks better, the battery lasts longer and most importantly it's way cheaper. The vibration rate is exactly the same and the brush heads are about as good (maybe not quite but they are good and cheaper). What is a minor annoyance is that when you turn it back on after brushing to rinse it then you have to cycle through the settings to switch it off like the diamond clean but then it turns back on on the end setting (not the one that you use very often) so you have to cycle back to the main one. No biggie for me though.

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Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush With Pro-Results Brush Head HX6511/50 (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush Easy-start programme eases you into using an electric toothbrush 2 weeks battery life on a full charge Inbuilt sma… Read more
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You do remember too how "wonderful" Oral B sonic toothbrushes USED to be in their advertising until they made subtle changes to the design of their mechanical rotary action brushes, and dropped their whole range of sonic brushes! One thing's for certain, they spend a lot of cash on very dentist-looking advertising whether they or they aren't actual dentists. Let's be honest ALL electric toothbrushes are better than manual brushing, I suspect whatever you or I get on with best probably produces best results as you will probably use it more willingly and attentively.


I've said this on a few Sonicare threads, so apologies if I'm repeating myself - my dentist was actually weirdly cagey when I asked him for his opinions of Oral-B versus Sonicare. My strong suspicion is that the cheerleaders for Oral-B or Sonicare are usually sponsored by them in some way, but this is a guess and I may be completely wrong. He simply said, "Both of them are good". That was it. His vague response surprised me, actually. But as I said, he did compliment my teeth and gum health without knowing which device I was using (I hadn't told him at that point, as I was in the chair and he was doing a scale and polish).


Fillings replaced ;)

electrix2012 are using it but still having to have fillings ?...i have a manual toothbrush...and not had to have fillings for a few years


Interesting, hadn't seen that. I'm no apologist for P&G and would add that their pricing strategy is dreadful too, though far from unique (ie vastly inflated RRPs and massive 'reductions'). However, the article doesn't say their claims are wrong, just that they were not allowed to make them as they aren't selling a licensed medicine (this is the toothpaste, not the brush). I don't use their toothpaste, I use Corsodyl (buying when it's on offer only). Anyway, I've also tried both types of brush and, having just spent £2600 (!) on an implant have established that Oral B 3D brushes are more effective. PS the Colgate ones are absolutely hopeless; returned mine and had to chase their money back promise.

Philips Sonicare 4300 Electric Toothbrush, various colours. Further discounted with Prime Student at Amazon for £59.99
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Looks to be a decent electric toothbrush, cheap enough for me to take the plunge see if it really is better than manual. I added two to the basket for me and the missus and becaus… Read more

As I've discovered :D Oh well, hopefully somebody benefitted.


Philips sonicare deals get cold on here, not sure why.


Great use them as my dentures slip and old ..should have been more attentive like you

Philips Sonicare HX3214/01 CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush at Superdrug for £24.99
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
CleanCare+ is the perfect toothbrush when moving to electric from traditional manual handles.It offers a thorough yet gentle cleaning experience with 3xmore plaque removal vs a man… Read more
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Only has one purpose then. Would make an awsome valentines gift.




I have started using Molarclean heads with mine. Not bad at all.


I was referring to the problem with the press button failing, not the battery, happened to two Sonicares of mine so far and very common. The Philips' guarantee doesn't cover the battery.


No they don't! 7 days (old Ni-cd) or 2 weeks (Li-ion). Suggests you've never tried one. Why pay the price of a real Sonicare (though this one is a lower price) only to use imitations for the important bit? :/

Philips Sonicare HX8911/04 HealthyWhite+ Electric toothbrush (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) £49.60 @ Amazon DOTD
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
Removes up to 7x more plaque than a manual toothbrush Whiter teeth in 1 week - removes up to 100 percent more stains Improves gum health in only two weeks 2 Brushing modes, clea… Read more
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I think it’s because the weather is coming from the north instead of up from the Spain etc :D we have had a good summer but it’s cooling down now. Time to think about those winter woolies :D


Why cold?!

Philips Sonicare Series 2 Reduced to £20 instore @ Tesco (Irlam)
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Previously posted at £30 November 2016 ! Philips sonicare series 2 black electric toothbrush reduced to £20 , there was about 10 of them supposedly reduced from £80 Tesco irlam

Great find but store specific


I got this when it was reduced at Christmas, the battery life is rubbish.


Yellow ticket so is deffo store specific, good spot OP!


I didn't buy one ... my teeth don't deserve it 😬


Store specific probably

Philips Sonicare Diamondclean heads 2 pack - £8 instore @ ASDA
LocalLocalFound 9th AugFound 9th Aug
As title. Reduced in Asda Dundonald from £16 to £8. Brilliant price for the 2 pack

This is partly why I went back to oral-b. On what planet does philips think £16 for two toothbrush heads make sense. They don't last very long either.


That is a good price. It’s a shame I don’t live in Macbeth 😪

PHILIPS Sonicare 3 series - £25 instore @ Tesco clearance
LocalLocalFound 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Found in Tesco Ayr on clearance, was £100 not sure if national
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Philips DiamondClean White Replacement Heads - 8 Pack £19.99 prime / £24.48 non prime @ Amazon
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Philips DiamondClean White Replacement Heads - 8 Pack. Subscribe & Save is £18.99 (just cancel after delivery).

Put a price alert on and you'll get an email alert. Pretty easy to do.


I always miss these lightening deals !!! Is there a way of getting alerts or just a case of checking today's deals every morning ?


I went from Sonicare to Oral B Tri-Zone and regretted it. Now back with Sonicare and my teeth feel so smooth and clean. Definitely buy original heads. These heads last 3 months each.


I had oral b sonic and when I changed to sonicare, I could definitely see a difference for the better, however my sonicare has now stopped vibrating after only having it 2 years and 2 months and am considering going back to oral b as is better value for money. I am currently using a toothbrush and it's just not the same (annoyed)


Sorry meant online is out of stock. Not much showing in London for me. Popped to the Bromley boots the other day and staff couldnt find it. lucky managed to order from amazon at this price no more hunting.

Philips DiamondClean White Replacement Heads - 8 Pack £19.99 prime / £24.48 non prime @ Amazon
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Great price on these, usually well over the 30 quid mark. Sold by Amazon.

Just been delivered to me, opened the package and its only 4 in the box instead of 8, even package says value pack standard 8x. Amazon customer service brilliant tough.


They are now but they were originally sold by Amazon when this deal was put up hence my comments.


Link to item says sold by Parisa and fulfilled by Amazon ... the fake ones I recieved were not even branded phillips in cheap packaging so yours should be fine


These are from Amazon , not fulfilled hence why they won't be fake. If fulfilled yes more likely especially at this price. Got mine today, pretty sure they are genuine.


Price is back up to almost £40 so I've expired it.

Philips Sonicare HX6911 Black £49.99 / Sonicare HX9191 £59.99 @ Argos eBay - Free Delivery Code PICK10 10am 25th – 28th June eBay 10% off Argos ​
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Sonicare HX9191 Code PICK10. 10am 25th – 28th June eBay will … Read more

It will probably appeal to you then :) The packaging and designate really good.


It just gave up. That was the fourth one. Got tired of paying for the marketing.


Extra 10% off PICK10. 10am 25th – 28th June eBay will have 10% off Argos


Noted. My diamondclean seems to have gone faulty, makes an extremely loud noise about a minute into brushing. Will likely have to replace so will check this model out.


You're not meant to use it like manual toothbrush, apply light pressure move the brush head slowly across the teeth in a small back and forth motion, toothbrush should do the brushing for you.

Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Sonic electric toothbrush with app £80 (£60 with sign up code) @ Philips
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Sonic electric toothbrush with app. Email 25% code bring it down to £60 and then top cash back bring it down to £50 *Sign up to emails from Phi… Read more

the price has gone back up to £135 unfortunately


Did the email come tho?


thanks, will wait and see when the email rolls in


It did that for me with 15 % off then when the email came though it was 25%


thanks, only comes up with 15% for me when i click the icon tho

Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - Black Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) £63.99 Amazon Exclusive
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
According to Amazon cost £230 but this was hardly above £100 but good deal.

Its also a very expensive toothbrush


A lot of cheap fake ones on eBay - I use them and cannot feel any difference while brushing. Bought this toothbrush 2 years ago for £89 and still going strong and battery lasts for around 2 weeks (me and missus use the same one with different heads, so would imagine that it'd be over 3 weeks for a single user). Hot! (y)


Great deal thanks ordered ASAP


Expensive replacement heads

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