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
New other Philips FlexCare+ Sonic Electric Toothbrush 1 Brush Head HX6921/43, £53.79 at philips/ebay
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
With code. Free delivery. Clinically proven safe and gentle Naturally whiter teeth with patented sonic technology Improves gum health in only two weeks Five different modes fo… Read more

Dropped mine and got a fast replacement from Philips, good service from them :)


Feel free to disagree. I've just tried to pass on my experience. Really angry with this purchase. 12 months or so into it, it failed, Philips sent me another no questions asked, and it failed in the same two ways battery died and switching itself on in the middle of the night. For a moment I thought the burglars had a snack and wanted to keep their teeth clean whilst they had the chance. The DiamondCleans - the gen1 I bought, also failed, but, I was travelling around a lot, so can't be sure if it was dropped by hotel staff as it started making a lot of noise but no real cleaning. Middle of the week after checking in to a 'reputable' hotel at the beginning of the week. Housekeeping bish bash bosh, move things around, you try proving it. I get what you're saying about the two button approach, because I was also apprehensive about the benefits of the DiamondClean and the absence of the button, but now, anything else is just second best.


Disagree, prefer this to diamonds ones, I like the 2 switches option better (y)


I'd stay away from this model. The second switch used to change modes sometimes has a mind of its own. I've had two of these, and both would switch on/off on their own accord whilst in their charging stand. And both had battery issues at around the 12 month mark. Not lithium ion so charge retention is not great. Not that cheap for a toothbrush that is coming up to 10 years old since it was first released. They've moved on since this was released.

Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric toothbrush £79.99 @ Very
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Reduced by over £220 Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush with 3 x Cleaning Modes & 3 Intensities -Whiter Teeth. Gently does it. The Philips Sonicare Prote… Read more
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How do they compare to the DiamondCare model which I thought was the top dog?


in home bargains i saw compatible brushes, 4 for £3.50


It’s £72 on very if bnpl


Same price on amazon

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Philips Sonicare White AirFloss Pro Power Flosser & Mouthwash - 3rd Gen - £41.00 Student Prime / £45.56 Prime & Non-Prime @ Amazon
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Seems to be cheapest I’ve seen in a while for the Pro version. At this price it is cheaper than the standard version. Includes the spare nozzle and mouthwash. £41 for Student Pri… Read more

Just another gimmick to waste your money. This cannot replace flossing. I have one and speak from experience.


What's the difference between the standard and pro version? I've had my standard version for over a year now and still going strong, I feel it works great, getting to parts of the mouth a toothbrush cannot reach


Yep, agree with the other poster. Never works. Even after a full charge, you switch it on - doesn't work. Put it back on the charger briefly. Now switch it on, it works. Notoriously unreliable. I went back to floss sticks (like tebe, but the ones from home bargains), it is easier, quicker, does a better job and less messy!!


You might want to also consider Panasonic's Water Flosser Cordless Travel EW-DJ10 - @ £25 from Shavers UK. Works extremely well and doesn't complain when used with rechargeable AA batteries to keep running costs low. If ever you get caught out, pop in a couple of disposable batteries and away you go. Inexpensive replacement tips and easy to take apart when you want to thoroughly clean out. I've had it for close to a decade and it's still going strong.


If you are considering buying this you need to know it doesn't remove the need to floss manually. They are also hopelessly unreliable.

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sleightbuzz is a sad troll posting drivel on all deals. Check out their comments left HERE he should be banned.


I can see you have commented on multiple of my deals negatively and incorrectly, please stop as you are ruining the community we have here.


BEWARE on the 3 camels is 9.99 as it’s known to be a low quality product


The review from electricteeth I quoted says their CleanCare+ was off its charging base for 39 days (!). All that has to be considered that Li-ion batteries (which even the basic model Sonicare had, not so long ago) is more desirable than NiMH. As long as you know what you're buying, it's up to the customer to decide.


Thanks OP ordered great tooth brush the one I have had for 3 years holds it’s charge well over a week when on holiday and not put back on charge

Amazon - Philips Sonicare Optimal BrushSync Enabled Replacement Brush Heads, 8pk, Black - HX6068/13 (£31.99 Prime)
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Nowhere near as good as the deal I posted earlier this week but still a great price for 8 heads and cheapest they've ever been. Due in stock 13 Dec. Compatible with ALL Philips… Read more
stas2855 White colour available for the same price for students. £34 for non-student


Damn, missed it :(


Bought these twice from Amazon..totally genuine.


I've had purchased fake ones before for the price of an authentic one. This was ebay though, so reviews aren't as reliable as amazon. For others' reference, this is what an original looks like compared to a fake:


Here you go Gary

Philips Sonicare Optimal Brush Heads (8 Pack) - £30.99 @ Amazon
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
The cheapest they've ever been according to the humpy website. Other offers include: Philips Sonicare Optimal White BrushSync Enabled Replacement brush Heads, 8pk, Black - HX606… Read more

Usually I find at least five items on sale. Coupled with 15% off for s&s, works out very well.


I don't know why, but I never use subscribe & save. I really should give it a try.


Good deal for Philips brush heads. Got it to £26.60 with subscribe and save with 15% off (I have another 4 items in S&S already).


Humpy.?.....ohhhh! Heat! :D (y) (y) (y)

Amazon - Philips Sonicare Optimal White BrushSync Enabled Brush Heads, 8pk, White - HX6068/12 Save 70% @ Amazon - £12.99 Prime / Code
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Seems to be a great deal for this number of brush heads. They are currently out of stock but worth placing an order and waiting for them to come in - often you find things come mo… Read more

did you send them back?


The bristles start falling out after a few weeks which is something I have never had with genuine toothbrush heads from boots. If you read Amazon comments you will see others have had the same issues. I haven't ordered the new ones yet though so it's possible that they haven't been faked yet.


:) His teeth were fakes :)


How can you tell?


Yeah I have had a set sold by Amazon that were fake.

Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £84.99
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Achieve whiter teeth in just 1 week vs a manual toothbrush Pressure sensor, 3 cleaning modes and 3 intensities deliver an ultimate brushing experience Smart brush head replacemen… Read more
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£71.99@ Philips, code EDENRED20


(lol) (lol)


Sparkly clean teeth at Christmas, what's not to like <3 ...

Phillips SoniCare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush -  £88.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Usually 300 quid, makes buying one of these actually worth it. Available in black too.

Get Xiaomi Oclean Air, it's cheaper and better.


I didn't say it was a good deal, I said good sale meaning the price had gone down a lot. For the price it is at now, it is fine. Not for 300. Seems you really don't like the stuff I post, trying to find every reason possible to hate it. Also why is everything that's better £10 and could you link me this too?


ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush £71.99 @ Philips Code EDENRED20


Really cold deal. A £88.99 electric toothbrush does not clean nor make my teeth last any longer than a cheap £10 electric toothbrush. Moreover, the fake RRP of £300 reduced to £88.99 does not make it a good deal. That's more like a placeholder price for the listing. Furthermore, for the price I would expect an OLED screen with wireless capability and bristle detection to let you know when to change heads. Best regards


Probably why it's on such a big sale

Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush  £71.99 / ProtectiveClean 5100 £63.99 @ Philips - Code EDENRED20
Found 1st DecFound 1st Dec
ProtectiveClean 4300 £44.00 More colours available SpeedUp to 62,000 brush movements/min Built-in pressure sensor … Read more

Thanks ellenw, I was just about to post the Amazon deal of the day for the 6100 at £74.99. This is a fantastic price for it, and this deal should be way hotter! Worth noting that there's currently 10% cashback available through Topcashback, though it may not track of course as they don't list the voucher code on their site.


Excellent thanks for that, got one from Amazon for £90 so sending that back.


Thanks so much Op, was just waiting for this from Amazon for about 85-90 pounds but the order had been delayed. Cancelled and ordered this deal. Heat added (y)

Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4300 Electric Toothbrush - Travel Case - Pastel Pink - HX6806/03 £49.99 / £44.99 - student prime @ Amazon
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
BACK AGAIN! 03/12/2018 I know that philips own website is doing it for £47.99, but for those who have 'Student' Prime, they can get a further 10% off from £49.99, which comes… Read more

What student can afford an electric toothbrush (lol) :)


This one is up for £44.99 if you have "Student" Prime, also available in other colours too (y)


Four colours available £47.99 code EDENRED20 @ Philips free delivery

Philips Sonicare HX3214/01 CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush £20 Boots free c&c
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Believe most of these sonicare tooth brushes are the same if you just want to brush your teeth. This looks like it isnt the lithium battery type but the last one I had went on for … Read more
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I tried. They don't seem to give that info. Only other thing like pressure settings etc.


Look up the spec on the Philips website


My teeth are fine (cheeky)

Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100 Sonic electric toothbrush - £99.99 @ Phillips
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
£1.99 delivery

Was £75 on Amazon Black Friday.


£79.99 code EDENRED20 free delivery


I guess that’s why it’s gone cold then! I don’t use Amazon - got banned because I kept returning items when I found better prices! 😬


Currently £90 on Amazon or get the model up the 6100 for £90 on Amazon too.

Sonicare DiamondClean Compact sonic toothbrush heads (pack of 4) for £11.99 delivered at Philips
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Sonicare DiamondClean Compact sonic toothbrush heads (pack of 4), original price is £ 34.50, now it is £ 8.00. Super bargain! I have ordered 4 packs, and got free delivery over 3… Read more

Darn it it's oos..... ;( ;( ;(


oh... order cancelled email? Now OOS




Hmm I tried that code but it gave me an error. Must have been a stray space I copied...


I could not resist to order another 4! You are Super hero!

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