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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 electronic toothbrush £28 Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Price gone down to £28 from £70 They had about 5 left in gravesend town centre branch

have just ordered myself - thank you Elbuc!


Glad to help! :)


(highfive) (highfive) (highfive) Thank you ever so much for your help, people like yourself are what makes this site most useful and a pleasure to frequent. I was lost with all the options prior to your input. (y)


The more expensive brushes have up to 3 brushing modes and 3 intensity settings. The brushing modes are something like gum health (or deep clean), normal and whitening. The gum health is just a less intense brush, but when I had that one I never, ever used it. The whitening is just the same as normal but with a slightly different vibration rhythm, but cleans exactly the same as normal. The Sonicare brushes with deep clean mode (like THIS ONE) don't have the gum health mode, instead they have 3 intensity settings. These settings are normal, less intense and even less intense, and each of these settings can be used for deep clean, normal and whitening modes. So essentially they just make your brush less effective, not more. Unless you have super sensitive gums that are swollen with an infection, or that bleed easily or whatever. Some models have a UV sanitiser thing which is completely unnecessary and just another gimmick unless you regularly clean your toilet bowl with the brush. Seriously, the £35 Easyclean one will do everything you need unless you are Bleeding Gums Murphy...


Could you elaborate on the problem gums? Thanks again, really apppreciate the input.

Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected with App and head UV sanitiser Now £79.99 ( or get 25% off when buying direct from Philips and signing up for their email)
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
This top of the range tooth brush is now offer at £79.99 at Boots,Amazon, John Lewis and Currys , RRP £270. It's the same price direct from Philips also but if you sign up for thei… Read more

Out of stock on the philips website now :(


Bet very few have ever paid the RRP of £270 or they'll be crying. Philips always seem to have very high RRPs , they do occasionally charge the full price on their website but can't see anyone falling for it.


Maybe it was a missprice @ £55 :)


I have the same toothbrush without the UV sanitiser. Completely brilliant! However as per ettienem1001's post - couldn't see it historically cheaper on amazon -


Haven't got time travel working but got this for £55 from Amazon last week

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Philips Sonicare CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush £19.99 Prime / £24.74 Non Prime @ Amazon (deal of the day)
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Philips Sonicare HX3214/01 CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) Amazon deal of the day (30 March only) 2 year Philips warranty Lowest price ever, usually £24… Read more
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Make sure you get the right head


Everything you don’t need to know about the sonicare range (US-based, mind)


True but there’s plenty of low priced copycat heads available


It costs £20 for four replacement heads too. It's what they call a loss leader.

Amazon & Argos - Philips Sonicare Bluetooth FlexCare Platinum Electric Toothbrush & UV Sanitiser £79.99
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Best price in last year - One of the Best Sonic toot brush with monitoring through app Removes up to 10x more plaque than a manual toothbrush 3 in built Smart Sensors: Location,… Read more
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I use the speed control personally which cheaper models may not have. I haven't used the connectivity or the other modes recently, but the app was actually good for encouraging a more methodical approach, and to make you think more about your brushing - which is a good thing. Comes with a UV sanitser as well. You get a decent amount of stuff for the offer price. If you don't want any of that just get a cheaper toothbrush, but it's a good deal. Good battery that lasts a long time too, and a travel case. So you may end up with better condition teeth using this, and it's a nice device and good for anyone into gadgets and tech. Looks good and performs well.


I recommend electric toothbrushes; have one myself.. it's just this seems way overpriced for what most people need.


It's a good electric toothbrush and a good price. Oh well. I got it for £85 from Amazon last year. How much do fillings cost? It's worth paying for a decent toothbrush - and sure, if you don't want all the features get a more basic model. But if you feel they'll help you brush better or just want them or enjoy gadgets, then get it.


an app for your toothbrush ? seen it all now ;)


Comes with; '3 in built Smart Sensors: Location, Pressure and motion' going to guess that location is not that useful - but I suppose if a burglar were to break in and steal the very valuable toothbrush then maybe it has GPS tracking so you could locate it's currrent whereabouts and bring it back?

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Philips Sonicare HX9111/21 FlexCare Platinum Electric toothbrush £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Discounted from £240.00 Good reviews but I could never afford it with full price so this is nice little deal in my opinion. This is a Deal of the Day offer so I assume it's only v… Read more

I’ve had this model 2 years now with no issues. Better than the supposed top of the range diamond models as it has more settings and a handy time extender for the week prior to your dental appointment. In my opinion (and experience) this is better than the Oral B offerings and at this price an absolute steal. Heat to the Op.


Do like the toothbrush but sending my second one back tomorrow, to Amazon, the first one John Lewis refunded with no fuss after it started turning itself on randomly and the one I've got now takes 24h to charge and goes flat after a few days!!!


does this one link to the app?


This is the toothbrush you are looking for...


Looks like a light sabre.

Philips - Sonicare DiamondClean 2 Pack Brush Head - Debenhams online (+£2 C+C)
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
These brushes are normally £16 at Debenhams ( £17 at Boots) and are great. I was looking at buying a 4 pack from Boots for £34.49 until I did some more research. Just saved myself… Read more

Would it work with Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head - HX6511/50 ?


This one wouldn't work on the flex platinum correct?


Hoping they'll have these in store for £10 when I go to collect my order. Can get another pair for a fiver with the voucher. That would be happy days.


Sorry, I think it might be intercare. Yes, just checked, INTERCARE. They are stiffer and last much longer. The others fray out after just a month these days.


Thanks for posting mackay85.

Philips sonicare Kids toothbrush £19.99 (Prime) / £23.98 (non Prime) at Amazon & Argos
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
The best kids sonic toothbrush on best price on Amazon and Argos
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That link to the S&S filler items website doesn't work, is there a typo?


You can also pick up the heads on S&S too: If you want some cheap S&S filler items to get the 15% discount on the order, you can find them at


Ordered thanks

Replacement Philips Sonicare Tooth brush heads £1.04 @ Aliexpress/Beauty-Live
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Good Quality replacement toothbrush heads. Been using these for 6 months. Bristles do not fall out. Fit the handle well. Slightly softer bristles than the originals Less than a 10… Read more

You can change them more regularly?


I've used non-Philips heads, some are barely indistinguishable, the last lot didn't fit snugly so rattled, preventing the full power getting to the head. I also like to give the brush a shake after rinsing and the last non-Philips head flew across the bathroom. They also don't last as long. I'd say worth a go at this price but don't expect guaranteed quality.


Very true.


What's the point of having an expensive toothbrush then using inferior heads? They won't do the job properly


I don't have the Sonicare-copy brush heads, but the official Sonicare heads don't fit the Lloyds Toothbrush (just tried). Different size of "prong".

Philips HX6511/50 Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush - £35.99 @ Argos
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
£35.99 **Original Price £74.99
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My head or the toothbrush head?! Try it with your mouth closed, weird.


The Amazon one drops to £30 fairly regularly too.


Looks like There is the same one at Amazon but cheaper. Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50


Then your head is fixed on loose. Mine doesn't


Think that's the one I have. It's a good brush but I preferred the Oral-B one I had previously, prefer an oscillating brush head to the whole brush "sonically vibrating". Just don't like the feeling that much. If you close your mouth while brushing with these brushes your head vibrates!

(67%) Off Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50 £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
I was looking for electric brushes and got it .Only 3 hours remain.You can also try it. Hope it will keep price value. Thanks specification: Removes up to 2x more plaque than a… Read more
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Interestingly, the opposite for me but for the same reason. My dentist mentioned my gums were receding some time back, I was using a manual brush at the time, he suggested an electric brush, and specifically oral-b as the rotating design was better than brushing up and down against the gum.


Been using oral b with floss action heads for years, on my last dentist visit he said although my teeth are very clean my gums were receding. I don't think I can be brushing too hard because the brush would flash if I did. He pointed out that you can cause damage with an electric toothbrush and said sonic is better. I've now got a sonic and it's much gentler on the gums and seems to clean very well. I tend to alternate between the two now as I still like the oral b. I would say I'm not sure this is a great deal as Amazon is littered with sonics for under £20 and I'm not sure there's any difference between them all apart from lithium and nmh batteries. Mine is a no name brand and has the timers.


Dentists always seem to recommend Oral b but for me sonicare is better. The brush head is more like a normal sized brushed and gets the job done a lot faster. The Oral b head is tiny. I bought both and a packet of Plaque Disclosing Tablets to see which one worked best for me. Also the different brush heads you buy for each brush makes a massive difference. The new sonicare AdaptiveClean brush heads are amazing!


Sonic is much more effective when used correctly. With sonic toothbrush (to get out the best results and not to break the brush itself) you need to: Stop moving the brush sporadically around your teeth - glide it slowly across with slow and small circular motion added; Stop applying the pressure - micro movement of bristles is most effective when they are gently placed on the surface (and there's so much more movement compared to oscillating brushes). As it's been said - might need a bit of time to get used to it, but it's worth it. Worth pointing out that dental floss is a must with any toothbrush... as well as tongue cleaner. (embarrassed)


Ask a dentist or hygienist and they'll almost certainly say Oral B. After a (very expensive) implant I had a conversation with my dentist about this and one point he made is that the 'sonic' type need much more technique to get the best out of them. You don't need the best/most expensive Oral B - just make sure it's 3D (model 600 and upwards in the old range - still lots on clearance for £15-£20). Brush heads for Oral B are much cheaper too.

Philips Sonicare HX3214/01 CleanCare+ Electric Toothbrush £24.99 at Superdrug, normally £50
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
Now Half Price. In addition to this base price, go to Topcashback for 2.02% cashback., If you spend over £30 VoucherCloud advertises £5 Off Orders over £30 this Mother's Day at Su… Read more

Oral B give superior results (dentist and hygienist say so) and brush heads are cheaper.


jeff WHO ,?


Same price on amazon


Back in stock now


Pro results easy clean is back at £30 on Amazon

Philips sonicare toothbrush £79 @ Argos
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Philips Sonicare Connected Electric Toothbrush HX9191/06 I have never seen such a cheap price I paid for mine £200



£71.43 @ Philips with sign up for 25% off Newsletter code. 2 year warranty.


sonicare toothbrushes are awesome, good price


Remember... a moment on the lips....


Not Faberge but close enough? clicky

Philips Sonicare Connected Electric Toothbrush HX9191/06 - £81.99 Argos
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
you have got to be kidding me who would pay £205 for a toothbrush thats just silly money! (embarrassed) ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected takes the … Read more

Philips give you a two year warranty anyway...


Same price with free delivery and 2 years warranty here at John Lewis


sorry couldn't resist (embarrassed)


Bad marketing here.... if they'd called it the itoothbrush, it'd have sold for £299 .... what doylum uses the app??


I see what you did there :D

Philips Sonicare for Kids - £29.99 Amazon DOTD
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
Kids Philips Sonicare toothbrush Amazon deal of the day. £73 down to £30. Reviews look pretty good.

They never had it at £73


thanks OP. heat added


from instructions: Battery low If the battery charge of your Sonicare is low, you hear three beeps and the battery charge indicator flashes rapidly for 1 minute after the brushing cycle. Battery fully charged When the Sonicare is fully charged, the battery charge indicator stops flashing and remains on for 10 seconds before it turns off. To keep the battery fully charged at all times, you may keep your Sonicare on the charger when not in use. It takes at least 24 hours to fully charge the battery. Note: When the battery charge is depleted, the handle will emit 2 sets of 5 beeps at the end of a brushing session or when a new brushing session is attempted. The new brushing session does not begin. The green LED will also flash fast until the handle goes to sleep answers none of my questiosn though!


Very interesting! I got my 8 year old son same oral b electric as me as his spiderman electric one failed and never told you when needed charging unlike adult ones. Does this flash when needs charging?


Ordered and heat added. Thank you x

Philips Sonicare HX9111/21 FlexCare Platinum Electric toothbrush,£59.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
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

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...


What's a better toothbrush this or Wasn't sure which to buy

Colgate Proclinical 350 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush - £6.25 @ Superdrug instore (Southend)
LocalLocalFound 10th FebFound 10th Feb
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


Already posted


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
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
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.




Was it a 'special' with her dentures out?


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

Philips Sonicare HX6511/50 EasyClean Electric Toothbrush £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
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

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!


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.


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!

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