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Amazon has Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush (HX6211) on sale for $29.95 after clipping $10 off coupon found on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks chennyTarget has select Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush (HX6211) on sale for $39.99 - $10 off in cart = $29.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup if stock permits.

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Target and Amazon both have the Philips Sonicare HX6211 for $30 after coupon clipped. Free shipping with Amazon Prime or Target Redcard.

Target [target.com] $39.99 - $10 coupon = $29.99 (sale price for white, black, pink, blue, aqua only) *extra 5% off with redcard*

Amazon [amazon.com] $39.95 - $10 coupon = $29.95 (sale price for black, white/blue, coral, guacamole, steel blue)
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Thanks OP!
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Where is the $30 Target coupon? It only shows a $10 off

Whoops..I read the price here wrong. FYI Target's price is $69 before the $10 coupon...Amazon is $39 before coupon. You may want to reflect that in the OP
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Where is the $30 Target coupon? It only shows a $10 off

Whoops..I read the price here wrong. FYI Target's price is $69 before the $10 coupon...Amazon is $39 before coupon. You may want to reflect that in the OP
Worked for pink color. Only limited colors
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Wiill this work for kids or is it too big?
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I've been using this same basic unit for a couple of years now. Works just fine.

Oh, and it's fine for kids. Heads are small.
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Worked for pink color. Only limited colors
Thank you! The blue one is also discounted. I had black selected

Question though....I have the Oral B Pro 5000 and I really like it. It made a big difference in my dental check-ups. Is the Sonic that much better?
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Thank you! The blue one is also discounted. I had black selected

Question though....I have the Oral B Pro 5000 and I really like it. It made a big difference in my dental check-ups. Is the Sonic that much better?
I have them both. Not sure which is better from a dentist/professional point of view, but from my personal experience after Sonicare teeth feel much smother/cleaner
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I have them both. Not sure which is better from a dentist/professional point of view, but from my personal experience after Sonicare teeth feel much smother/cleaner
My dentist asked me to switch from Oral B to Sonicare. She said the multi-directional vibration of the Sonicare is better for the gumline than the singular spinning direction of the Oral B. I switched per her reco and prefer the Sonicare.
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not bad
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What's the advantage of this one over the $20 Sonicare Essence? Better brush head selection?
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The head is so tiny from the picture and I am afraid the battery will be dead soon. Anyone tried this before? Thanks

The head is small but you get used to it very quickly.
I just replaced my Sonicare. I had gotten about 4.5 years out of the battery.
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What's the advantage of this one over the $20 Sonicare Essence? Better brush head selection?

Regular Sonicare handles, like this one, vibrate much stronger (31,000 times per second). Also have seen many complaints on the Essence heads being harder to clean and a germ farm.
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