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Sonicare Diamond Clean - $169.99

dmo1988 242 November 28, 2012 at 08:34 AM in Health & Beauty (6) More Target Deals
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In my quest to find the best deal on the most expensive electric toothbrush I found a surprising result. The Sonicare Diamond Clean is the clear choice in my opinion....combining function and design, it is almost a piece of art in an appliance.....although the company gets minus points for the philips-branded glass that the toothbrush sits in and recharges. I looked at 4 web sites to find the best deal: amazon.com, target.com, drugstore.com and walmart.com. The winner is......



Amazon.com price was $173.65
http://www.amazon.com/Philips-HX9...amondclean

Walmart.com $175.99
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Philips...5/19237231

Target.com $189.99
http://www.target.com/p/philips-s...rm=diamond clean

drugstore.com $169.99 with this special coupon
http://www.drugstore.com/user/pro...e=3B58A3CD

I am a self-proclaimed toothbrush expert and I do have to say that will all the deals out there for the low-end toothbrushes (from the Oral-B 8850 / 3000 model to the Sonicare Essence model) to the high end Oral-5000 and the Soncare Diamond Clean) there does seem to be great deals for all price levels out there.

I don't care where a person gets there electric toothbrush or what model/brand they choose. The importance of good oral hygiene is so vital in overall health. Only 20% of the people in the USA have an electric toothbrush. For good health, good breath, and great smiles I wish everyone in America had one.....should be part of the school agenda. Paper, pencils, electric toothbrush. Smilie

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#2
Great deal .. Also Don't forget 7 extra pts/$ from Ultimate rewards Chase.
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#3
i believe the law of diminishing returns comes into effect for toothbrushes at a certain point unless you're an absolute toothbrush nut. this price point seems way beyond reasonable for an electric toothbrush. anyway, why does this toothbrush only do 31,000 brush strokes per minute while some oral-b brushes (the PC 4000 for example) do upwards of 48,800 combined brush movements (oscillations and rotations) per minute?
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As a practicing dentist, I can confirm this brush is incredible and it's what I use personally as well.
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Quote from KhurramA View Post :
As a practicing dentist, I can confirm this brush is incredible and it's what I use personally as well.
How much better is this one than their lowest model (essence) I recently picked up 2 last week at CVS when they were 18 bucks after Q. It's my first electric and I gotta say it feels like it's doing alot better job then my past manuals I've had.
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How much better is this one than their lowest model (essence) I recently picked up 2 last week at CVS when they were 18 bucks after Q. It's my first electric and I gotta say it feels like it's doing alot better job then my past manuals I've had.
Almost all electric brushes will blow away manual brushes. You really can't go wrong with any of the brushes from sonicare as they all basically use the same technology.
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Quote from annual View Post :
How much better is this one than their lowest model (essence) I recently picked up 2 last week at CVS when they were 18 bucks after Q. It's my first electric and I gotta say it feels like it's doing alot better job then my past manuals I've had.
I've been using the Essence for 2 years. Tartar gone within 3-4 uses. Hadn't gone to the dentist in 2 years (no offence KhurramA) and they were very impressed with the health of my teeth and gums.

Never going back to regular toothbrush.
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I can't tell you how many patients I have that switch to a good quality electric brush and swear that they will never go back to manual. Once you try it you will be hooked.

Quote from bozack View Post :
I've been using the Essence for 2 years. Tartar gone within 3-4 uses. Hadn't gone to the dentist in 2 years (no offence KhurramA) and they were very impressed with the health of my teeth and gums.

Never going back to regular toothbrush.
You took the words out of my mouth.
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#9
All great replies! + rep to you guys!
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#10
I've started looking at the Diamond Clean too, it looks like theyve gone for as low as 140 during sales
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Costco sells the SonicareHX6733 for $150. This is a 2 pack that uses the DiamondClean brushhead and includes a travel charger, 2 travel cases and a UV sanitizer. They were on sale a few weeks ago in-store for $110 or $120 and I picked one up. Won't go back to manual.
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#12
I was just at target and it's on clearance (very ymmv of course) for 132.
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#13
For someone never try sonicare. This entry level will do great. No fancy timer and sensitive buttons only one button on and off for $49.99 from amazon.
http://www.amazon.com/Philips-HX6...s=sonicare

This will use the newest and smaller head brush.
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#14
I bought mine for $136 shipped off ebay. It's the same thing but lacks the little cup used for charging.
Everything else is identical, maybe that's a better deal?
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The ones that are being sold cheap on eBay are usually the Professional Trial Editions found here [sonicare.com].

I was actually thinking of picking one up there, and I personally prefer the base as opposed to the glass, but I am unsure if the 2-year warranty will be honored if I were to experience any defects with the product. Does anyone know if there is any way for Philips to actually keep track of who bought the product if it is brand new and unregistered?

I'm not even sure if there is an option to register a Professional Trial edition after it's been purchased since there's no "Registration" link under the "For Professionals" tab at the top of the page.
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