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Promoted 01-09-2016 by GoodDay at 02:31 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Philips Sonicare HX6211 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush (Black or White {Pictured}) for $29.95 after 'clipped' $10 off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon). Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9

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Target.com also has Philips Sonicare HX6211 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush (Various Colors) for $29.95 after clipped & 'applying' the $10 off coupon. Shipping is free.

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Has been this price for over a year, if you do a search there are several deal postings for this from Amazon, Kohls, and Target

http://slickdeals.net/f/8404699-philips-sonicare-2-series-plaque-control-electric-toothbrush-white-hx6211-04-29-95-at-target-fs-or-store-pickup
Been a sonicare user for many years, and this model was the one that finally made me switch to Oral-B. Used my old one for a few years and finally dropped it one too many times. Replaced it with this model Sonicare as I didn't need the 23 modes I wouldn't use nor any fancy lights or anything. Thought this would be a nice basic model. Nope. They skimped out on so many things, it's pretty nuts. The vibration felt different and not as effective as my old Sonicare. The battery life went down to 2-3 days and for some reason it takes 1.5 DAYS to charge it back to full. And a minor thing, but I missed it nonetheless is that this model doesn't have the little pulse every 30 seconds.

I would NOT recommend this model.

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Has been this price for over a year, if you do a search there are several deal postings for this from Amazon, Kohls, and Target

http://slickdeals.net/f/8404699-philips-sonicare-2-series-plaque-control-electric-toothbrush-white-hx6211-04-29-95-at-target-fs-or-store-pickup
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These are all NiMH with non-replaceable batteries.
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I bought an old one from Costco (don't remember the model) a few years back and accidentally dropped it from about 5-6 feet and it stopped working right recently and I have yet to replace it as it was a 2 pack and I have been using my girlfriends. This one seems to have the same head but can anyone here let me know what they think of this particular model? I have read the reviews but can't come up with anything with all the free ones given + all the bad ones. Thanks in advance!
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How do these compare to Oral-B? I'm thinking about trying a different brush.
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Quote from oahumike View Post :
I bought an old one from Costco (don't remember the model) a few years back and accidentally dropped it from about 5-6 feet and it stopped working right recently and I have yet to replace it as it was a 2 pack and I have been using my girlfriends. This one seems to have the same head but can anyone here let me know what they think of this particular model? I have read the reviews but can't come up with anything with all the free ones given + all the bad ones. Thanks in advance!
ours was Costco model as well. that was way too expensive. once one of them broke, went with this one and so far I am satisfied. I like having one mode instead of useless 3 which I don't use and then have to cycle through. I also think they improved design so it doesn't hold gunk between brushead and brush. yes it's NiMh battery but who cares. all of sonicares break down after their warranty ends, so this would as well.
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How do these compare to Oral-B? I'm thinking about trying a different brush.
I have both this one and the Oral-B 5000. I'd say the pulsing and brushing actions of Oral-B is way better than this one, it really scrubs your teeth. The only reason I like this one better is because the brush head is smaller, therefore fits inside my mouth better than the Oral-B. But I have a smaller mouth than most so my experience isn't that common though. My bf, on the other hand, is fine with the brush head and loves the Oral-B a lot more.
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hmm i remember i brought mine for over $100 @ costco, why this getting so cheap..
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Quote from oahumike View Post :
I bought an old one from Costco (don't remember the model) a few years back and accidentally dropped it from about 5-6 feet and it stopped working right recently and I have yet to replace it as it was a 2 pack and I have been using my girlfriends. This one seems to have the same head but can anyone here let me know what they think of this particular model? I have read the reviews but can't come up with anything with all the free ones given + all the bad ones. Thanks in advance!

Been a sonicare user for many years, and this model was the one that finally made me switch to Oral-B. Used my old one for a few years and finally dropped it one too many times. Replaced it with this model Sonicare as I didn't need the 23 modes I wouldn't use nor any fancy lights or anything. Thought this would be a nice basic model. Nope. They skimped out on so many things, it's pretty nuts. The vibration felt different and not as effective as my old Sonicare. The battery life went down to 2-3 days and for some reason it takes 1.5 DAYS to charge it back to full. And a minor thing, but I missed it nonetheless is that this model doesn't have the little pulse every 30 seconds.

I would NOT recommend this model.
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does this support 220v? I am thinking to gift someone who stays international.
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in for 1 to replace the "essence model", that thing kept getting mold inside the brushhead requiring frequent cleaning every week.
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Been a sonicare user for many years, and this model was the one that finally made me switch to Oral-B. Used my old one for a few years and finally dropped it one too many times. Replaced it with this model Sonicare as I didn't need the 23 modes I wouldn't use nor any fancy lights or anything. Thought this would be a nice basic model. Nope. They skimped out on so many things, it's pretty nuts. The vibration felt different and not as effective as my old Sonicare. The battery life went down to 2-3 days and for some reason it takes 1.5 DAYS to charge it back to full. And a minor thing, but I missed it nonetheless is that this model doesn't have the little pulse every 30 seconds.

I would NOT recommend this model.
People expecting a device to survive many drops are a bit ignorant.
Also, the charge lasts at least 2 weeks, and when new they last 3 weeks. The batteries don't last forever, as with any device that gets recharged every single day , twice a day. I get about 2 to 3 years out of a sonicare. Then battery life is no longer cutting it. The biggest cost is replacing the heads any ways.
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the one I have, the brushhead and the grip have a tiny little gap and don't fit snugly. makes the vibration all the more annoying and loud.

is that normal with this model or something wrong here?
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