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Newegg is selling Philips diamondclean toothbrush at $149.99 w/promo code moonsonic8, free shipping, no tax except CA, TN, NJ and IN, ending 5/8

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Last Edited by mlacey3 April 26, 2016 at 12:53 PM
Newegg is selling Philips diamondclean toothbrush at $149.99 w/promo code moonsonic8, free shipping, no tax except CA, TN, NJ and IN, ending 5/8.

There are 4 colors:

Pink:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...96-652-242

Black:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...003D-00001

Purple:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...96-378-086

White:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...96-652-150

Comparing Amazon is selling at $169.99 w/coupon.
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Can someone who has used both the Sonicare Elite and Sonicare DiamondClean share their experiences? Is the DiamondClean worth the upgrade?

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Can someone who has used both the Sonicare Elite and Sonicare DiamondClean share their experiences? Is the DiamondClean worth the upgrade?

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I only have diamondclean and there are 5 modes: clean, white, sensitive, gum and polish. It comes with one charging glass and usb travel case which can also be used for charging. I like the white mode and that is the mode I used the most.
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Can someone who has used both the Sonicare Elite and Sonicare DiamondClean share their experiences? Is the DiamondClean worth the upgrade?

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I was tempted to get the diamond clean 8 months ago. After some research I found that all the extras that it comes with are mostly useless. The only point of interest was the USB charging case.
The main contributor to my decision was my brother. He has the diamond clean and purchased it a long while ago. It looks cool for sure, but he said he only used the default setting and the extra cost wasn't worth it.

Google "Sonicare comparisons" and you will find multiple articles on the top picks of models based on a best buy. They all say the expensive models don't do anything better because the strokes per minute are what count. Even the cheaper ones can achieve this.

Hope this helps.
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I was tempted to get the diamond clean 8 months ago. After some research I found that all the extras that it comes with are mostly useless. The only point of interest was the USB charging case.
The main contributor to my decision was my brother. He has the diamond clean and purchased it a long while ago. It looks cool for sure, but he said he only used the default setting and the extra cost wasn't worth it.

Google "Sonicare comparisons" and you will find multiple articles on the top picks of models based on a best buy. They all say the expensive models don't do anything better because the strokes per minute are what count. Even the cheaper ones can achieve this.

Hope this helps.
Thank you very much! This is exactly the response I wanted. My Sonicare Elite's battery can only last two uses before I have to fully recharge it. I figured I'll purchase a new Sonicare if there's a good deal on one, just so I can avoid the hassle.

Tofu Vic
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Thank you very much! This is exactly the response I wanted. My Sonicare Elite's battery can only last two uses before I have to fully recharge it. I figured I'll purchase a new Sonicare if there's a good deal on one, just so I can avoid the hassle.

Tofu Vic
I use the carrying case with mine frequently, but I'd be lying if I used any of the other added perks to this model.

I pretty much exclusively use the "Whitening" mode. Every now and then I switch it up due to a sore gum or something, but it's few and far between.
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I use the cheap $30 one. It can last 2 weeks on a charge, so the USB charging option isn't even that big of a benefit. I bought two of them from slick deals and when I travel I just take both, for a month of brushing without need for a charge. I'm struggling to see a reason to pay 5x as much for this model, but I guess I can be talked into it if there is a real benefit.
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Can someone who has used both the Sonicare Elite and Sonicare DiamondClean share their experiences? Is the DiamondClean worth the upgrade?

Thank you,
Tofu Vic
I have the Diamond Clean and love it. Before purchasing, I called Sonicare to ask them the advantages of each of the Sonicares. He basically said "To tell you the truth, they are all about the same. They all brush your teeth and he, personally wouldn't pay all the extra money for the fancy one". I bought the fancy one anyhow but I had another Sonicare and I do believe they both brushed teeth about the same. I really couldn't tell the difference but I just like the sleekness and colors of the Diamond Clean.

It seems like I read a thread a day or so ago where these after rebate were at Kohls for like 89.00? That deal may have expired...not sure.

ETA: Found the thread I had seen. Toothbrush was 99.00.
http://slickdeals.net/f/8691799-sonicare-diamondclean-rechargeable-electric-toothbrush-kohl-s-99-ar-ac?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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I have had it before it died after 3 years. Its nice if you want all the bells and whistles but like the other said, i mainly used whitening and USB is nice if you plan on traveling for a while. I use the 30$ sonicare and not worth the extra 120$
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$150 for a toothbrush? are we crazy! I would rather buy a $40 OralB a i have OralB basic one which is $40 and have been using since 2011, with cheap head replacements from Amazon. .
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Read again.. He never said that he uses an iPhone!
He didn't have to say it. All I needed to read was: "Sent from the official Slickdeals App for iPhone & iPad." at the bottom of his post.
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He didn't have to say it. All I needed to read was: "Sent from the official Slickdeals App for iPhone & iPad." at the bottom of his post.
I see what you mean. But that could mean that he only owns an iPad. Anyway, I recommend Oral-B over Sonicare each time. One of the reasons is the cheaper cost of replacement heads. Here is what I wrote in another thread that others might find helpful:

"So when you guys go to have your teeth clean at the dental office, what tools and method does the hygienist use to scrap the plaque off of your teeth? Now which one of these toothbrushes resemble that of the tool and method that a dental hygienist use? Of course it's the Oral-B with its oscillating brush head. Sure the Sonicare sonic vibration technology feels nicer, gentle and easier to use but it simply does NOT have the pressure and aggressiveness of the Oral-B oscillating motion. I've used both and I feel that the Oral-B does a more effective job. Plus mine lasts for years, made in Germany and the brush heads are cheaper to replace and they also have many types for you to choose. I would only recommend Sonicare to kids because they have gentle gum and their teeth aren' fully developed yet. My niece loves her Sonicare and I love my Oral-B Professional 9000. You can also find research studies backing both methods so the guy who said that Sonicare wins unanimously is misinformed."
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Thank you very much! This is exactly the response I wanted. My Sonicare Elite's battery can only last two uses before I have to fully recharge it. I figured I'll purchase a new Sonicare if there's a good deal on one, just so I can avoid the hassle.

Tofu Vic
I bought the Diamondclean near when it first came out. I used the cheap basic model before and think that the original/cheap basic model does better cleaning for me for some reason. I never use any of the additional settings on the Diamondclean.

TLDR; Diamondclean is not worth the extra $$$
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a little expensive.
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expensive!
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