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Sonifresh Toothbrush Heads,Replacement Toothbrush Heads For Philips Sonicare DiamondClean FlexCare EasyClean Brush Handles, 8 Pack

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Amazon.com, this is $11.99 originally b4 qpon. After qpon this was $6.35 for me.
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You forgot to add a link OP.

Anyone wishing to purchase these can find the deal on Amazon.
HERE'S THE AMAZON LINK [amazon.com]

*EDIT: I also tested the coupon. Final price is $6.35 for me as well (no tax).
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You forgot to add a link OP.

Anyone wishing to purchase these can find the deal on Amazon.
HERE'S THE AMAZON LINK [amazon.com]

*EDIT: I also tested the coupon. Final price is $6.35 for me as well (no tax).
OP's link for 8 pack and the link you provided is for 4 Pack.. 8 pack is for $7.94 after coupon and no tax
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Never go off brand on replacement heads, gross.
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Anyone have good experience with these? Fakespot returned with an A rating but still curious to know what people think.
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Is this comparable to Sonicare's product? Note that this is sonifresh.
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I give each off brand a go around when I need replacement heads. The main issue with them is that they wear out more quickly. But effectiveness at the start is the same as original heads.

The closest analogues to the oem heads are Sonimart, but they're not that cheap...almost twice as expensive as any other third party brand. Similar texture and almost identical longevity. I recommend these to skeptics of third party heads.

Sonifresh (this deal) were the worst, and I needed to change heads at least once every 2 weeks. The bristles seem to be neither durable nor pliable.

I currently am on a round of diamondwhites... They were on promo and the reviews didn't seem horrible. Each head lasts me about a month. I'll probably move to another brand on the next round.
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I give each off brand a go around when I need replacement heads. The main issue with them is that they wear out more quickly. But effectiveness at the start is the same as original heads.

The closest analogues to the oem heads are Sonimart, but they're not that cheap...almost twice as expensive as any other third party brand. Similar texture and almost identical longevity. I recommend these to skeptics of third party heads.

Sonifresh (this deal) were the worst, and I needed to change heads at least once every 2 weeks. The bristles seem to be neither durable nor pliable.

I currently am on a round of diamondwhites... They were on promo and the reviews didn't seem horrible. Each head lasts me about a month. I'll probably move to another brand on the next round.
The hero we need.

Do you have any information on price points for each of the brands along with length of use per head?
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Is this comparable to Sonicare's product? Note that this is sonifresh.
They're not even close. The reason they have great reviews on Amazon is that they are just another item offered to people for free in exchange for review. I've been offered these several times.
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They're not even close. The reason they have great reviews on Amazon is that they are just another item offered to people for free in exchange for review. I've been offered these several times.
Thanks for the heads-up, will. Be dodging this.
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Never go off brand on replacement heads, gross.
They work about half as long they aren't too terrible
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Anyone have good experience with these? Fakespot returned with an A rating but still curious to know what people think.
I bought these some weeks ago. They work fine but are definitely not Sonicare quality. They feel softer and cheaper. I will use the ones I bought but will not buy again.
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The hero we need.

Do you have any information on price points for each of the brands along with length of use per head?
Here is my back of hand calculation. Bear in mind that Im not really doing coupons, bulk discounting, or even different head types here. These are for the Essence model.

The things I Care about, in order
- cleaning power
- price
- longevity
- build quality (flush with handle, even bristles, etc)
- noise

first party - $40 for 6 (costco), around $6.50 each. These last me around two months each. The standard which I measure all others to. Quiet, flush, long lasting, long cleaning.

Sonimart - $30 for 8 (amazon) - around $3.66 each. These last probably about 6 weeks for me. Texture is nearly identical. The head on all of the third party ones dont sit flush with the handle. Vibration sound is a bit louder. These clean wonderfully to the last moment. Probably the best third party heads on Amazon. But honestly, they are so much more $$, I would just wait for S&S deals on first party heads if these are your game.

Oralfit - $30 for 12 (amazon) - around $2.50 each. Total junk. The bristles are translucent and bend way too easily. NO cleaning power after a week. Most of the heads came with misaligned bristles. It wasnt as loud during operation as the Sonimart. These lasted just under two weeks each.

Sonifresh - this deal. Longer longevity than the Oralfit (barely...at least the bristles were even), but nowhere near the sonimart and originals. They were incredibly cheap the last time I got them. You cant go wrong with $1 a piece, but I would be prepared to toss them out quickly. Their cleaning power is decent and linear for the 2 weeks...lol.

Diamondwhite - $12 for 5. Cheaper than the Oralfit with S&S. These last me probably about a month. Very quiet, and linear loss of cleaning power. These are the winners for me currently, and I bought 10 of them to last me through the year.
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Make sure you apply the code, can be $4 dollar more without it!
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