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AMAZON: Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Rechargeable Toothbrush w/Deep Clean Mode with Adaptive Clean Brush Head, Black - $129.95 AC + FREE Shipping

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Amazon has the Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean Rechargeable Toothbrush w/Deep Clean Mode with Adaptive Clean Brush Head, Black for $159.95 & FREE Shipping. Plus there is a $30 manufacture coupon that you can clip that will bring the price down to $129.95 + Tax & Free Shipping. The Clip $30 Off Coupon should be a green button under the $159.95 price. This is only for the black toothbrush. I tried uploading at screenshot of the site, but it will not upload for some reason.

I know this is not the lowest price ever, but it's currently best price out there for this toothbrush.

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...R610G?th=1
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The diamond clean is at $130 or less regularly for a TWO PACK. $130 for 1 doesn't sound good.
This is an entirely different model, and higher end. That's like saying a tesla doesn't seem like a good deal because corollas are cheaper - apples and oranges, based on the features and quality you want.
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Aside from the additional modes (which seem to me like different vibration settings) I don't understand the difference between this $160 model and the entry-level ones at $40. Are the 4 extra vibration settings really worth 4x the cost?
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This is an entirely different model, and higher end. That's like saying a tesla doesn't seem like a good deal because corollas are cheaper - apples and oranges, based on the features and quality you want.
Yo send me the link for that corolla
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Aside from the additional modes (which seem to me like different vibration settings) I don't understand the difference between this $160 model and the entry-level ones at $40. Are the 4 extra vibration settings really worth 4x the cost?
I would like to know this as well.

And would my entry level model work just as well as the diamond version on the regular vibration mode if I use the diamond care brush heads?
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I would like to know this as well.

And would my entry level model work just as well as the diamond version on the regular vibration mode if I use the diamond care brush heads?
it's also stronger. 30,000 brush strokes per min vs 60,000
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Curious if anyone has this brush after using another electric brush and if your hygienist told you your teeth and gums were in better health
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it's also stronger. 30,000 brush strokes per min vs 60,000
I was researching the Sonicare line earlier today due to the different coupon deals right now. The 62k and 31k figures are saying essentially the same thing. The first is brush movements per minute while the second is brush strokes per minute. 1 brush stroke has 2 brush movements.

This site had a comprehensive comparison of all the Sonicare models, showing the differences and value of each feature.
https://www.animated-teeth.com/el...eviews.htm
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Anyone know what the lowest price on this was? Camelcamel says this is the lowest...

I already have the healthy white version, and I need some solid pros for this version before I spend the extra money...
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This is an entirely different model, and higher end. That's like saying a tesla doesn't seem like a good deal because corollas are cheaper - apples and oranges, based on the features and quality you want.
from the animated-teeth site:
"The HX9393/90 (the most expensive model) features Sonicare's wireless charging pad and a travel pouch, whereas the others come with Sonicare's glass charger and USB travel charger/case. (See below for more details about these features.)
Selecting one over the other would simply come down to personal preference."

also:

"The HX9393/90 comes with 2 DiamondClean (standard) and 1 AdaptiveClean brush heads whereas the other models come with 1 DiamondClean (standard), 1 AdaptiveClean and 1 InterCare (standard)."
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I was researching the Sonicare line earlier today due to the different coupon deals right now. The 62k and 31k figures are saying essentially the same thing. The first is brush movements per minute while the second is brush strokes per minute. 1 brush stroke has 2 brush movements.

This site had a comprehensive comparison of all the Sonicare models, showing the differences and value of each feature.
https://www.animated-teeth.com/el...eviews.htm
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from the animated-teeth site:
"The HX9393/90 (the most expensive model) features Sonicare's wireless charging pad and a travel pouch, whereas the others come with Sonicare's glass charger and USB travel charger/case. (See below for more details about these features.)
Selecting one over the other would simply come down to personal preference."

also:

"The HX9393/90 comes with 2 DiamondClean (standard) and 1 AdaptiveClean brush heads whereas the other models come with 1 DiamondClean (standard), 1 AdaptiveClean and 1 InterCare (standard)."
So basically there is no significant difference between this model and the much cheaper model here:

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...B00KZHP1GG

That is what I expected but I wasn't sure, thanks. My old Pulsonic finally died today.

edit: the one I linked has a NiMh battery instead of an Li ion
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I'm gonna hold off for a deal on a white diamondcare, but the big draws for me are:

1. Travel case is also a charging case. On business trips over 1 week, I'm not looking to bring a wall charger for my toothbrush. Rather than having to bring the travel case AND a charger, I can pack just the travel case. This alone could sell it for me to not have to worry about lugging around more stuff.

2. The charging cup is easier to clean than the crappy charging bases that I have on my Oral B and previous Sonicares.

This is a good deal, without having to jump through all the YMMV hoops of deals I've seen in the past.
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Curious if anyone has this brush after using another electric brush and if your hygienist told you your teeth and gums were in better health
As a dentist, it can help quite a bit (electric vs. manual), but the brushing technique is what really matters.
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