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8-Pk Sonifresh Replacement Heads for Sonicare Toothbrushes EXPIRED

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Sonifresh via Amazon has 8-Pack Sonifresh Replacement Heads for select Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrushes on sale for $19.99 - $11.99 w/ promotion code 3JNYTECO = $8. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks koolkicks

Fits the following Sonicare handles (refer to description section on product page for complete list):
  • Sonicare DiamondClean
  • Sonicare HealthyWhite / HealthyWhite +
  • Sonicare FlexCare / FlexCare + / FlexCare Platinum
  • Sonicare EasyClean
  • Sonicare for Kids
  • Sonicare Essence +
  • Sonicare PowerUp
  • Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control
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Sonifresh via Amazon [amazon.com] is selling a DiamondClean Sonic Replacement Heads For Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush, 8 Pack for $8 and free shipping with Prime!

Promo Code: 3JNYTECO
  • The 8 Replacement brush heads come with caps for hygienic storage and travel
  • The Sonifresh DiamondClean Replacement Brush Heads clicks on and off the Philips Sonicare FlexCare, EasyClean, HealthyWhite, DiamondClean and Kids Brush Handles
  • The Sonifresh DiamondClean toothbrush head features a central stain-removal pad
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Last Edited by kwadguy September 7, 2017 at 07:20 AM
Sonifresh is a third party seller on Amazon that has NOTHING to do with Sonicare.

These have a FakeSpot grade of "C" (many fake/paid for reviews) and the average weighted review after removing the fakes is only 3/5*.

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They were horrible last time I bought. The product is sub standard and most didn't fit the handle well enough to stay on during use.

Maybe my experience is not typical, but I wouldn't buy these knockoffs ever again.
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Expecting some gently used toothbrushes for sale in a couple of weeks.
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Heads up, This is another aftermarket product. This is not original Phillips.
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Just what I needed for my Philips sonicare. $1 each head is worth a shot. Thanks for the post.
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Bought these the last time they were posted here. They seem to work just as well as the name-brand Sonicare heads, and for WAY less money.
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Heads up, This is another aftermarket product. This is not original Phillips.
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Giving these a shot at 8 bucks. Will use immediately, if they suck, will return to amazon.
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Giving these a shot at 8 bucks. Will use immediately, if they suck, will return to amazon.
Expecting some gently used toothbrushes for sale in a couple of weeks.
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Giving these a shot at 8 bucks. Will use immediately, if they suck, will return to amazon.
The difference is fiber. If it was polished well, it is OK. You will not notice the difference in a short term
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Bought these the last time they were posted here. They seem to work just as well as the name-brand Sonicare heads, and for WAY less money.
They were horrible last time I bought. The product is sub standard and most didn't fit the handle well enough to stay on during use.

Maybe my experience is not typical, but I wouldn't buy these knockoffs ever again.
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They were horrible last time I bought. The product is sub standard and most didn't fit the handle well enough to stay on during use.

Maybe my experience is not typical, but I wouldn't buy these knockoffs ever again.
The very first time I used these (couple years ago) they worked fine.
However the quality has gone downhill.
They don't clean as well and don't last as long as they used to.

I went back to the real deal (Sonicare branded).
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You will hurt your teeth and gums with third party manufactured replacements. It's just not worth it IMO. The logic for generic drugs vs branded drugs doesn't hold here. Any small difference in strength/ brush material will provide unstable vibrations in your electronic toothbrush. May not feel it while brushing but it will damage your gums.
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It might hurt your teeth. You should do research.

Sonicare series sale toothbrush at fairly low price but they earn a lot in replacement heads, maybe 500% profits.

If you can provide the evidence that the non-branded heads won't hurt teeth, then I will consider buying these in the future, even though I have already prepared tons of genuine heads for coming years consumption...
You think anyone's gonna waste time to try to convince you to buy these? No one cares what you buy, tbh.
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