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Amazon.com has Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 Plaque Control Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush in White Mint (HX6817/31) for $39.95 - $10 when you clip the coupon (on product page) = $29.95. Shipping is free. Thanks reachouttothesky

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Amazon has Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 Plaque Control, Rechargeable electric toothbrush with pressure sensor, White Mint HX6817/31 on sale for $29.95 after you clip the $10 off coupon

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I've used Pursonic brand 8 pack from Target for $8.95 and I bought a 4-pack on wish.com for like $2. They all seem about the same to me. I use them for 2-3 months no problem.

https://www.target.com/p/pursonic...lsrc=aw.ds

You'll read comments from some people who say the OEM brush heads are better, but I've been using them for the past 18 months or so. If there's a difference, I don't see it.

Here's some on ebay worth trying. You get 20 pieces for $8.95. Cheap enough to throw away if you don't like them.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/20-Pack-...SwWLBaKbQf
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Waiting for it to be $19.95 after coupon again.
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Do you mean Oral-B instead of Philps?
Aren't Sonicare and Philips the same thing?
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Waiting for it to be $19.95 after coupon again.
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Does anyone know how this one compares to 2 series and essence +?
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Any good deal on the brush heads?
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Waiting for it to be $19.95 after coupon again.
what? it was once at 20$? dang i missed out.

bought this about 3 weeks ago at 30$. cleans really well. kinda nice that this is one of their newest products.
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Any good deal on the brush heads?
Wait for it as well. Seems like Philips tries to lower the price of teethbrush itself but make money from the brush heads cost $10+ each.
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Get generic brush heads. They work just as well.
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Get generic brush heads. They work just as well.
Any brand and model , that you will recommend?
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Any brand and model , that you will recommend?


I've used Pursonic brand 8 pack from Target for $8.95 and I bought a 4-pack on wish.com for like $2. They all seem about the same to me. I use them for 2-3 months no problem.

https://www.target.com/p/pursonic...lsrc=aw.ds

You'll read comments from some people who say the OEM brush heads are better, but I've been using them for the past 18 months or so. If there's a difference, I don't see it.

Here's some on ebay worth trying. You get 20 pieces for $8.95. Cheap enough to throw away if you don't like them.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/20-Pack-...SwWLBaKbQf
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I have a Sonicare and a Philips toothbrush. I like the rotating brushing of the Philips but like the quiet of the Sonicare far more. Plus I think the Sonicare does a vastly better job at cleaning.

I bought generic toothbrush heads for my Philips and noticed that they don't last as long. The brissels are not as resilient and the gears deteriorate faster leading to a louder toothbrush sooner.

I have not tried generic toothbrush heads with my Sonicare as Amazon and Costco frequently go on sale at about $5 a head. In which case I stock up. Since its only me and my wife using the Sonicare, we have enough heads to last for a few years.

In my experience with cleaning supplies, you get what you pay for.
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I have a Sonicare and a Philips toothbrush. I like the rotating brushing of the Philips but like the quiet of the Sonicare far more. Plus I think the Sonicare does a vastly better job at cleaning.

I bought generic toothbrush heads for my Philips and noticed that they don't last as long. The brissels are not as resilient and the gears deteriorate faster leading to a louder toothbrush sooner.

I have not tried generic toothbrush heads with my Sonicare as Amazon and Costco frequently go on sale at about $5 a head. In which case I stock up. Since its only me and my wife using the Sonicare, we have enough heads to last for a few years.

In my experience with cleaning supplies, you get what you pay for.
Do you mean Oral-B instead of Philps?
Aren't Sonicare and Philips the same thing?
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My old E-series lasted 10 years before its battery (NiMH?) finally failed. How many years will the lithium ion battery in the 4100 last?
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Perfect timing. My easycare just died after 4 years.
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Do you mean Oral-B instead of Philps?
Aren't Sonicare and Philips the same thing?
Thank you. That's exactly what I meant.
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