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8-Pack Toothbrush Replacement Heads for Philips Sonicare (Regular Price, $16.99) $7.64

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Sonifresh Toothbrush Replacement Heads, Electric Toothbrush Heads Fit Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean, Healthy White, Flex Care, Easy Clean, Kids Brush Handles, 8 Pack on sale for $7.64 with Promo Code.

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These are not made by sonicare.
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Anyone know if these will work with the "Philips Sonicare 2 Series plaque control rechargeable electric toothbrush, Black, HX6211"? I'm new to electric toothbrushes.
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Anyone know if these will work with the "Philips Sonicare 2 Series plaque control rechargeable electric toothbrush, Black, HX6211"? I'm new to electric toothbrushes.
It should fixed.
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Anyone know if these will work with the "Philips Sonicare 2 Series plaque control rechargeable electric toothbrush, Black, HX6211"? I'm new to electric toothbrushes.
Yep, these are stated to be compatible with that model according to the Amazon description.
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Yep, these are stated to be compatible with that model according to the Amazon description.
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Sonicfresh is awful. Do yourself a favor and save your money.
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Good deal.. thx
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Whoa. With teeth, unlike with Brother printer toner cartridges, I'd stick to the original ones. I see good deals at Costco and also a bunch 5 dollar coupons on Amazon
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Reviews are good. I'll give them a try. Seems like a good deal.
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Whoa. With teeth, unlike with Brother printer toner cartridges, I'd stick to the original ones. I see good deals at Costco and also a bunch 5 dollar coupons on Amazon
Could you share what is a great price per brushhead for original brand?
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I got them a while ago - its a brush that brush :-)
just replace your brush every so often and they are as good as any - I like that they are not too soft
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Bought these last time - they are larger than the brush head that comes with the Sonicare 2. The bristles are a bit softer as well. Not bad overall - but the only alternative I have tried.
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Non-Philips brushes suck and are worth exactly what you pay for them.
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Could you share what is a great price per brushhead for original brand?
I bought yesterday once with S&S. But Costco offers the best one. 6-pack replacements, combined if possible with Google Express' 20% offer there are some sweet deals. I will share once I get to PC
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