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Philips Sonicare Essence Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush (White) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Philips Sonicare Essence Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush (White) on sale for $11.95 when you 'clip' the $13 Off Coupon (located on the product page). Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $25+. Thanks qwikwit

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Philips Sonicare Essence Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush
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This item only has 6500+ Amazon reviewers...most of whom would disagree with you
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Highly recommended. Once you go electric.. you will never be able to go back to the caveman brushing.
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for that price, brush alone is worth it.
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Great articulate first post'
This item only has 6500+ Amazon reviewers...most of whom would disagree with you
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for that price, brush alone is worth it.
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Better deal on the replacement heads when you clip the $5 coupon for a 2 pack. Total is around $15 for 2 heads, great price.
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the gift of good oral hygiene.
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for that price, brush alone is worth it.
Two replacement heads are $15.
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Highly recommended. Once you go electric.. you will never be able to go back to the caveman brushing.
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Own a model that uses this same E series toothbrush head model. Would not recommend it.

While brushing your teeth water gets inside the crevices of the detachable top portion of the toothbrush and the body. Rinsing it out isn't enough, have to take it apart and thoroughly scrub (not an easy task due to awkward shape of inside of brush) otherwise you'll get black mold on the inside.

Highly recommend getting a toothbrush head that uses one of the below toothbrush heads;

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...Bhead&th=1
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Great articulate first post'
This item only has 6500+ Amazon reviewers...most of whom would disagree with you
He is actually right. I owned two of these and they were bad. It is hard to clean the handle. When you try to clean the handle, water will leak inside and make the electronic part inside die. If you want it to last, don't clean the handle with water. However, it is gross not to clean. These toothbrushes do not last very long. After they died, I decided buying a more expensive version so I could clean the handle without worrying water would seep inside.
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Highly recommended. Once you go electric.. you will never be able to go back to the caveman brushing.
that's the cause of dissolution of marriage. electric win every time.
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Is this the mold producing brush? Not trying to be a smart@$$ just curious.
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These have the worst brush heads from 10 years ago
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I have had one of these for 8 months now. I have never had a problem with it being overly gross on the inside. I wash it out once a week and it remains clean. I have used it in the shower, washed it normally and it have been great. Dont be hesitent to buy this, only if the price of replacement heads scares you away. I actually prefer this on to the Series 2 placque control one.
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