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DiamondClean Sonic Replacement Heads For Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush, 8 Pack $7.39

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Sonifresh Toothbrush Heads, DiamondClean Sonic Replacement Heads For Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush, 8 Pack for $7.39 with coupon

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$7 for 8. ?? Worth a try. How bad could they be....and I'll change more often at this price !!
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I've been using these awhile now and I could not tell the difference between these and the Philips branded ones. In for another.
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Wrong picture. These are not for e-series. Would have bought them otherwise...
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Shoddy knockoff. Be aware.
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Title misleading. Wouldn't it be nice if 'Sonifresh' is mentioned in the title.
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I just returned a set of Sonifresh replacement heads for Philips Sonicare due to their brushes being too soft and tendency to splay unlike the Philips branded brushes. The manufacturer was apologetic and promptly refunded my purchase price.
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I just returned a set of Sonifresh replacement heads for Philips Sonicare due to their brushes being too soft and tendency to splay unlike the Philips branded brushes. The manufacturer was apologetic and promptly refunded my purchase price.
Soft does not mean it's not good or will not do the job. Dentist recommends soft bristles so it does not cause gum damage and prevents receding gum line. When the bristles are spreading, it's a sign that you are pressing too hard – let the vibration do the work.
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Soft does not mean it's not good or will not do the job. Dentist recommends soft bristles so it does not cause gum damage and prevents receding gum line. When the bristles are spreading, it's a sign that you are pressing too hard – let the vibration do the work.
Thanks and what you state is true, but in my experience I was not pressing too hard and the brushes were not holding up well at all after very minimal usage. I'm sticking with the original Philips brushes which are much more effective for me, but to each their own.
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Any deals on the e series as pictured?
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