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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 DiamondClean FlexCare EasyClean Brush Handles on sale for $6.75 w/ promotion code MKWQP3AW. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25 or more. Thanks personinma

Note, compatible with Philips Sonicare FlexCare, EasyClean, HealthyWhite, Diamond Clean and Kids Brush Handles.
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Didn't see this get posted yet, Sonifresh Toothbrush Heads, Replacement Toothbrush Heads For Philips Sonicare DiamondClean FlexCare EasyClean Brush Handles, 8 Pack for $6.75 after promo code.

Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAN5SSM?th=1
Promo Code: MKWQP3AW
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Soft bristles are supposed to be better for you anyway.
Very true. It prevents receding gum damage.
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I'm seconding the very flaccid bristled. Wasn't a fan of them.
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Just bought a new Sonicare Diamondclean but I think I will pay more for Sonicare replacement heads.
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Do these fit the series 2?
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Awesome! Thanks-bought 1
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Any deals on E series? TIA
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I do like electric toothbrush.But I want to know what is the difference between this toothbrush and the market? Can you look at the electric toothbrush on this site and give me a solution?
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In for a pack.

Always wanted to use my Sonicare to clean out dirt from tuff areas like jewelry or sunglasses but not with the expensive Sonicare brushes.
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Just bought a new Sonicare Diamondclean but I think I will pay more for Sonicare replacement heads.
I usually pick them up at Costco when they go on sale
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The quality of this is good, not as good as the real sonicare but after a few days of use you will not notice the different anymore. Here is the catch,, this one is much cheaper so you can change the brush head more often and hence improve your dental hygiene. I cannot afford to change brush every month if it is the original phillips
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Wow my first front page 🤗
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Thanks OP!
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Also look at 1 star reviews before making the plunge. I never had luck with third party brushes on Sonicare.
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The reviews on amazon seem pretty good. For the price it's worth the gamble even if you use each head for a few weeks.
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I don't see how you add these to your subscription.
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How are these compared to actual Sonicare brush heads?
I've been using them for a few months now. They are softer but work pretty good!
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