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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.
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.
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 HX9111/21 FlexCare Platinum Electric toothbrush,£59.99 @ Amazon
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Deal of the day. Removes up to 10x more plaque and healthier gums than a manual toothbrush Adaptive responsive brush head with pressure sensor for gentle cleaning 3 Intensity … Read more
arielcohen18th Feb

What's a better toothbrush this or …What's a better toothbrush this or https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-sonicare-diamond-clean-7875-with-code-phillips-2893856Wasn't sure which to buy


In terms of cleaning, I'd expect them to be pretty much the same. However, I have owned this exact model and it failed three times during the two year warranty period...
Colgate Proclinical 350 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush - £6.25 @ Superdrug instore (Southend)
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This is my first deal so do not bite me :) possible mispriced item. Found this for £15 in Southend on Sea high street superdug store but I paid only £6.25! at checkout. please s… Read more
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£15 in Cheltenham
Good price but rubbish toothbrush. Put ours in the bin after one use.
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Philips Sonicare HX6251/41 2 Series Electric Toothbrush £28.29 with code at Superdrug
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use vouchercodes code below for 5 off 30. VAL5OFFF30 Superdrug members get an additional 10% off.
What's better, this or the one from john lewis?
5% TCB at the moment too.
y-oh-y3 m ago

Was it a 'special' with her dentures out?


Nom-nom-nom...
M1LFHunter7 m ago

You know, that's funny, I asked her to buy me one one and she said can I …You know, that's funny, I asked her to buy me one one and she said can I give you Oral instead!


Was it a 'special' with her dentures out?
y-oh-y6 h, 19 m ago

My wife asked me if I wanted one of these.I asked if I could have Oral …My wife asked me if I wanted one of these.I asked if I could have Oral instead.


You know, that's funny, I asked her to buy me one one and she said can I give you Oral instead!
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Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush £29.99 @ Amazon
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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 smart-timer … Read more
nihcaj4 h, 47 m ago

I have lost count the number of times I have dropped mine in the bath, and …I have lost count the number of times I have dropped mine in the bath, and a few times it's been on the window sill and the wind has sent it that way too - so far it's still fine!


Yeah, I guess it's how hard it hits the head end, it seems to break something between the motor and the metal bar the head clicks onto. I think maybe I'm just a bit clumsy!
ElBuc1 h, 2 m ago

A word of warning, these are easily rendered useless if you drop them. …A word of warning, these are easily rendered useless if you drop them. Fine if within warranty but I've killed two by accident out of warranty so am very careful with mine now.


I have lost count the number of times I have dropped mine in the bath, and a few times it's been on the window sill and the wind has sent it that way too - so far it's still fine!
A word of warning, these are easily rendered useless if you drop them. Fine if within warranty but I've killed two by accident out of warranty so am very careful with mine now.
kwerty9 h, 18 m ago

I took a punt on fake/generic heads from amazon. They don't last quite as …I took a punt on fake/generic heads from amazon. They don't last quite as long, but at the price you can replace them more often. Can't say I've noticed any downturn in cleaning performance.


I've used generic replacements and they never fit properly, in that they fly off the main bit if you shake the water off. They also don't vibrate as much as the official brushes if you put a little more pressure - difficult to explain but I'm not buying generic again.
Will this take kids' sonicare (or generic) heads? At this price it's cheaper than the kids toothbrush, so they can do without the stickers!
Philips sonicare 2 Black edition £30 @ Tesco - Mansfield jubilee way
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Tesco Mansfield jubilee way had a stack of cheap reduced stock Philips sonicare 2 were down from £80 they had around 30 at the door in cages along with tv’s mine craft figures &… Read more
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carlospunk9 h, 33 m ago

Exact same scenario with us... 2 diamond clean brushes so not cheap, died … Exact same scenario with us... 2 diamond clean brushes so not cheap, died shortly after being out of warranty. £80 odd bucks is expensive for a year's brushing.But on the other hand, probably the best brushes you can buy!


I had the top of the range models each time. One with a UV thing, then the next was with a charging glass. Not cheap but crapped out maybe a week at most post warranty expiry on both.

Loved them, but after that i switched to another make.
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distracted24715 h, 27 m ago

Had 2 sonicares, loved them. Both died the moment the warranty was up.


Exact same scenario with us...
2 diamond clean brushes so not cheap, died shortly after being out of warranty. £80 odd bucks is expensive for a year's brushing.
But on the other hand, probably the best brushes you can buy!
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vassy4u16 h, 2 m ago

Store specific reduced to clear?


Yes to both !
Had 2 sonicares, loved them. Both died the moment the warranty was up.
They have them in my store but reduced to £40. No logic to their reductions when it comes to reduced to clear
Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - black Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) £66.24 @ Amazon Exclusive
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Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - White Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) Amazon Exclusive Appears to be the … Read more
I think the sonic style toothbrush are far superior, having used both styles. I find they are far kinder on your gums and the batteries last much longer between charges in my experience.
How do these compare to the Oral B?

I've got an old Oral B which I have to charge more frequently, so it's definitely going out the door but has been pretty reliable for the last 6 years or so.
not_the_messiah7 h, 9 m ago

We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 …We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 year guarantee period. Good handset, but really poor reliability...


I had a similar issue with a different model, perhaps it's a sonicare flaw

on mine the bit at the top where the head pushed on became overly wobbly and sounded like a drill when vibrating

philips replaced it both times with no issue, but it's happened again now and it's out of warranty now
not_the_messiah6 h, 53 m ago

We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 …We used to have this model and had to have it replaced twice during the 2 year guarantee period. Good handset, but really poor reliability...



I'm guessing it might be something to do with the button mechanism as I had my (similar looking-mechanism HealthyWhite model) turn on of its own accord in the bathroom (like it was haunted, haha) after a year or two. Philips replaced it, though people say they supply refurb handles as replacements.
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MiniMissyMoo6 h, 6 m ago

That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I lo …That’s a great price, although now says £65.93 which is even lower. I looked at this a few weeks ago but went for the Diamond Clean in the end as they were close in price. What a difference compared to my cheaper Sonicare. Heat.


Yes thanks I cancelled and reordered to save the 30p . The problem with this site is you become obsessed! Gone up.a couple of pounds now but still seems a great price.
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Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head £29.99 @ Amazon
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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 smart-timer … Read more
Does anyone know what the difference is between the one posted and this one:

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It's slightly cheaper?
I was going to get an.electric toothbrush. Was keeping an eye on the oral b pro 2500 in boots for £20, but its still out of stock. Does anybody know how this compares to that one? Thanks
How quiet are these?
faxmax4 m ago

Lowest model? No. The lowest range with the 31k motor is Essence and …Lowest model? No. The lowest range with the 31k motor is Essence and related series (HX32, HX56) but these are not officially available in the UK/EU market. The only models lower than this generally available in the UK will be the child version of these (HX63).Lowest price? Yes, this is as low as it gets for 31k. Buy it.


Bought (for the missus, I already have an oral B thing)
CampGareth1 h, 36 m ago

Am I right in saying this is the lowest in the range with a high speed …Am I right in saying this is the lowest in the range with a high speed motor and the 2 minutes in 30 second increments timer?



Lowest model? No. The lowest range with the 31k motor is Essence and related series (HX32, HX56) but these are not officially available in the UK/EU market. The only models lower than this generally available in the UK will be the child version of these (HX63).

Lowest price? Yes, this is as low as it gets for 31k. Buy it.
Philips Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case, DiamondClean & AdaptiveClean Heads - Black Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug)£79.99  Amazon Exclusive
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2017 Christmas Exclusive only available on Amazon Choose between the two specialty brush heads to achieve whiter teeth in 1 week or up to 10 times plaque removal vs a manual tooth… Read more
Good price This drops down to £80 every few weeks or so btw. Heat
Philips SonicCare CleanCare+ - £22.49 @ Amazon
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New low
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This is the slower speed model :-(
Is this the crap one with no LED and no buzz every 30 seconds?
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£22.49 on Amazon
Sonic toothbrush is the best! Just don't apply pressure and let it slowly slide over your teeth. 😊
Philips Diamond Clean Replacement Heads - 8 Pack for £27.99 @ Amazon
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**Currently available for cheaper as mentioned by ellenw - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sonicare-diamondclean-toothbrush-heads-8-pack-hx606826-2514-philips-code-decdm18-18-off… Read more
We switched to Philips after going through 4 oral b's
Don't delay, it's the best thing since sliced bread!
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ellenw8 m ago

Bought from Philips for £23.00 with 25% …Bought from Philips for £23.00 with 25% code.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sonicare-diamondclean-toothbrush-heads-8-pack-hx606826-2514-philips-code-decdm18-18-off-2861177


thank you for letting me know i dont know how i missed that lol. also thanks for adding to main post
Vanmeerkat15 m ago

Thanks for that .Heard alot about the Philips toothbrush and I was just …Thanks for that .Heard alot about the Philips toothbrush and I was just weighing up in terms of money ,but I should be looking at the benefits also.


Make sure the battery is lithium based, the sub £40 to £50 are often NiHM which die after a year or two.
Just switched from Braun to Philips, wish I had done it sooner. If you get the standard heads there is not much in price difference between the two and stock up with the 8 packs when on offer.
Sonicare DiamondClean Toothbrush Heads 8 Pack HX6068/26 £24.53 @ Philips - Code ASPDEC20 20% Off
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£23.00, 25% off Sign up Newsletter. Click on icon in top right hand corner https://www.philips.co.uk/shop?origin=2_gb_en_2_2142931 Add UPS Express Delivery £5.99 No extra charg… Read more
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edemmaty21st Dec

This toothbrush used to be £12 and I thought it was expensive then ... …This toothbrush used to be £12 and I thought it was expensive then ... Now... Over £25? Please God have mercy.


8 brush heads in pack.
This toothbrush used to be £12 and I thought it was expensive then ... Now... Over £25? Please God have mercy.
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pesser2 h, 37 m ago

I have the black diamond clean will they fit that ?


Yes they will fit.
I have the black diamond clean will they fit that ?
27.99 amazon (26.59 amazon s&s) - just for info!
Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush £34.99 @ Amazon
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Two different brush heads to choose from.
Amazon have deals, from time to time with compatibles....

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Currently these are not available, but I haven't searched for any others - I'm still on the first replacement.
Sonicare heads are very expensive compared to their Braun counterparts.
I have never used electric toothbrushes however I was considering buying the Panasonic Dentacare EW1411 for Flossing. How effective is this? I am lost.
Any good deals for Sonicare replacement heads?
Philips Sonicare HX6018/26 Pro Results Brush Heads - White, Pack of 8 £24.99 Amazon
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Cheapest I've seen for genuine Sonicare brush head. Hope this helps!
nipinuk55 m ago

Is there any way of checking if they're fakes?


Wish I knew! They seem to look exactly the same.

Very obvious when you get them though, the bristles fall out and fray in a couple of weeks.

I got fakes from eBay (no surprise) and Amazon (dispatched from Amazon!) So decided I would just buy them from Boots as I doubt they would sell fakes - although 8 Diamond Clean cost me £32.
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Gormond10 h, 13 m ago

Last time I got these from Amazon they were fake. Got them in Boots and …Last time I got these from Amazon they were fake. Got them in Boots and they last 4 times longer.



Is there any way of checking if they're fakes?
Last time I got these from Amazon they were fake. Got them in Boots and they last 4 times longer.
AAB2 h, 18 m ago

I’ve used both, but I’ll say sonicare is miles better.



Furyous48 m ago

I went from Oral B to Sonicare, and I wouldn't go back.


I'll keep the Sonicare then! I was planning on returning it for an Oral B but I'll keep it now. Thanks
I went from Oral B to Sonicare, and I wouldn't go back.
Philips DiamondClean White Replacement Heads - 8 Pack - £27.04 @ Amazon
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Good price for 8pk considering 4pk is priced at £19.99. Cheaper if you subscribe and save too.
hannaoptimus45 m ago

Just buy the cheap ones on Amazon and change once a month. I've been doing …Just buy the cheap ones on Amazon and change once a month. I've been doing that for the past two years and my dentist is always impressed with how clean my teeth are.


Got a link to the cheap ones?
Crap, accidently pressed cold button. Good deal!!
Just buy the cheap ones on Amazon and change once a month. I've been doing that for the past two years and my dentist is always impressed with how clean my teeth are.
I have a feeling that Philips have been quietly reducing the durability of the Sonicare brush heads. They still advise changing them every three months, but they barely last a month before 'fraying out'. If you can find the 'Intercare' ones for a reasonable price, they still last a few months. This is a good price for DiamondClean. Usually about £24 in Costco but they are only stocking ProResults at the moment, which are uselessly soft after only a few brushings.
Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush Bundle HX6515 £48.99 @ Argos
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Seems like a good deal with the extra brush heads
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richwest13 h, 0 m ago

They usually break in 2-3 years for me. Switched to Oral B this time round …They usually break in 2-3 years for me. Switched to Oral B this time round when my latest Sonicare broke a month ago. I've used both in the past and don't find them any more reliable, but was sick of paying £6 each for the replacement Philips mini brush heads. An 8 pack of Oral B crossaction heads from Amazon worked out at £1.88 each, which seemed like less of a micky take.


Try eBay for non-branded replacement heads - much cheaper and have been fine for me.
benjefreys28 m ago

guys whats your reliability on these ? ive had 3 sonicares (2 new & one …guys whats your reliability on these ? ive had 3 sonicares (2 new & one replaced by philips) in 2 yrs.


They usually break in 2-3 years for me. Switched to Oral B this time round when my latest Sonicare broke a month ago. I've used both in the past and don't find them any more reliable, but was sick of paying £6 each for the replacement Philips mini brush heads. An 8 pack of Oral B crossaction heads from Amazon worked out at £1.88 each, which seemed like less of a micky take.
erosennin10 m ago

I've replaced mine every 2 years and it was always the battery that had …I've replaced mine every 2 years and it was always the battery that had issues


Thanks, i must be doomed then. I had 1st one vibrating metal head dropped to no vibration. Philips replaced it under warranty for model up with the pointless modes and after 3 months it kept turning off and changing modes while brushing. The 3rd one (current) battery doesn't last long 2-3 days per charge. I was thinking to buy this one or get a Oral B but probably have the same luck regardless.
I've had two Brauns in 7 months (both batteries were at fault)
I had a Sonicare before the Brauns, and went straight back to Sonicare - better toothbrush and better cleaning, but that's just me xx
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benjefreys17 m ago

guys whats your reliability on these ? ive had 3 sonicares (2 new & one …guys whats your reliability on these ? ive had 3 sonicares (2 new & one replaced by philips) in 2 yrs.


I've replaced mine every 2 years and it was always the battery that had issues
Philips Sonicare HX8931/10 5 Series £37.50 at Tesco Free Click + Collect
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This is the cheapest I've found. Tesco and Debenhams selling for £75, none on Amazon and Philips suggested retail price is £150! Hope this helps someone! I don't know when this … Read more
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I don't think there are round heads for sonicare I've not seen one anyway
Can you get the round heads for sonicare
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Same price at Tesco. Now out of stock at John Lewis...
Thanks OP. Excellent deal.
Another poster mentioned it was on Amazon for same price but I couldn't find it. Perhaps they could add the link to those who don't wish to purchase from John Lewis. Many thanks
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 3rd Generation Electric Toothbrush, Black Edition £88.99 Amazon
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lowest price for this 3rd generation black edition toothbrush. This price is the lowest its been according to 3 camels. Amazon's website is showing stock in on 20th dec. At the mo… Read more
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How does this compare to the Oral-B 9000 at the same price?
£84.39 @ Philips philips.co.uk/sho…_92 with 25% off code. Add UPS Express delivery £5.99 no extra charge.
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Just noticed Rose Gold edition also reduced to same price, and at the moment its showing in stock
kaiserg3 h, 48 m ago

Also available at John Lewis for £89.99 but with 2 year guarantee …Also available at John Lewis for £89.99 but with 2 year guarantee https://m.johnlewis.com/philips-sonicare-hx9351-52-diamondclean-rechargeable-sonic-toothbrush-black/p3094961



Why "but with 2 year guarantee"? 2 year is standard for this.
Philips Sonicare 5 Series with Gum Health Electric Toothbrush HX8931/10 £37.50 @ Tesco Direct
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Seems to be selling at about £70 elsewhere for this model. At-A-Glance Proven to improve gum health in 3 ways Better than a manual toothbrush for gingivitis Removes up to 6 X … Read more
Great deal. Thanks. I'm going to buy two, for me and my wife. My daughter already has one for kids. My son is too small yet. Thanks.
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Same @ John Lewis. Click & Collect free.
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Philips Sonicare HX8911/04 HealthyWhite+ Electric toothbrush  £49.99 :@Amazon
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nihcaj1 h, 59 m ago

I have both, had the Oral b first and then bought a Sonicare, but kept it …I have both, had the Oral b first and then bought a Sonicare, but kept it and it still works fine. I use the Sonicare all the time and occasionally do a job with the oral B. Seems to get slightly different results on different stains, but if I was using just one it would be the Sonicare every time. Oral B seem to do a particularly good job with advertising and Dentists freebies though! ;-)


I take your point but I believe the team at my dental practice are very professional and they have each recommended Oral B on different occasions. They didn't knock the others, just preferred Oral B. In terms of manufacturer influence they have very specifically said you don't need the more expensive Oral B brushes (they can get VERY expensive when loaded with fairly pointless extra features) just the most basic 3D model (600 or similar), currently available for under £20.

Wife recently moved from Sonicare to Oral B. Cost of the heads on the Sonicare was a factor too.
Besford10 m ago

I was at the hygienist yesterday and asked (yet again) the Sonicare vs …I was at the hygienist yesterday and asked (yet again) the Sonicare vs Oral B question. It's been Oral B from every dentist and hygienist I've asked - they also say those water pic things are a waste of money and skip the mouthwahs as, at best, it does nothing and many of them will stain your teeth.I'm sure this brush is better than manual brushing but when you can get an Oral B (must be 3D, eg the 600) for under £20 or a bit more for the new long life battery models this isn't a great buy.


I have both, had the Oral b first and then bought a Sonicare, but kept it and it still works fine. I use the Sonicare all the time and occasionally do a job with the oral B. Seems to get slightly different results on different stains, but if I was using just one it would be the Sonicare every time.
Oral B seem to do a particularly good job with advertising and Dentists freebies though! ;-)
ellenw15 m ago

Still Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min 3 series, unless I'm missing …Still Up to 31,000 brush strokes/min 3 series, unless I'm missing something on theirr site.


They used to list the speed, 11000/min compared to 31000 but now seem refer only to them being 3x as good removing plaque as a manual instead of 10x for the faster speed ones.

They now also do this model with 15,000 brush strokes per minute amazon.co.uk/Phi…NAK
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I was at the hygienist yesterday and asked (yet again) the Sonicare vs Oral B question. It's been Oral B from every dentist and hygienist I've asked - they also say those water pic things are a waste of money and skip the mouthwahs as, at best, it does nothing and many of them will stain your teeth.

I'm sure this brush is better than manual brushing but when you can get an Oral B (must be 3D, eg the 600) for under £20 or a bit more for the new long life battery models this isn't a great buy.
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