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Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Toothbrush

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Alternatively, Walmart.com has Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Toothbrush for $19.95. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks TattyBear

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Jet.com also has Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Toothbrush for $19.95. Shipping is free on $35+ orders.
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  • About the product
    • Allow the handle to charge a full 24hrs before its first use.The handle could be left on the charger at all times to ensure constant charge.
    • Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Includes 1 e-Series brush head 9standard)
    • Patented sonic technology: Dynamic fluid action helps clean between teeth and along the gumline
    • 2 minute timer helps ensure recommended brushing time
    • Rechargeable toothbrush with 2 weeks lifetime between charges
    • Reminder bristles fade away when brush head replacement is needed
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Don't buy this model. It's trash and gathers nasty tooth paste build up. Buy the newer essence model which is usually around the same price as this
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1) I have not seen the newer model close to this price. 2) Buy a $5 Sonicseal and problem solved

I haven't had a cavity using this in 15 years. It may be "old tech" but certainly isn't trash. Great deal at $20
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I have this model and junk does build up. Unscrew the brush and rinse it every three days and you'll be fine. Be lazy and don't clean it and you'll see disgusting junk build up.

Last month on black Friday i bought the oral b 5000 (the one with the "crappy" battery) and let me tell you, it removed plaque that this essence toothbrush couldn't. Within a few brushes the 5000 removed plaque that was there for a few months. I keep the charger on the sink at all times to make sure it's always charged and have never ran out of juice.

$19.99 is super cheap, in my opinion, but i strongly recommend the Oral b instead. I guess this is better than a regular tooth brush.
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Much cheaper than when I bought one a few years ago. Thanks
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Much cheaper than when I bought one a few years ago. Thanks
Don't buy this model. It's trash and gathers nasty tooth paste build up. Buy the newer essence model which is usually around the same price as this
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What is the difference with model hx6711/65 which is currently $19 together with the holiday sale?
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I have this model and junk does build up. Unscrew the brush and rinse it every three days and you'll be fine. Be lazy and don't clean it and you'll see disgusting junk build up.

Last month on black Friday i bought the oral b 5000 (the one with the "crappy" battery) and let me tell you, it removed plaque that this essence toothbrush couldn't. Within a few brushes the 5000 removed plaque that was there for a few months. I keep the charger on the sink at all times to make sure it's always charged and have never ran out of juice.

$19.99 is super cheap, in my opinion, but i strongly recommend the Oral b instead. I guess this is better than a regular tooth brush.
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Clean my month.
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Don't buy this model. It's trash and gathers nasty tooth paste build up. Buy the newer essence model which is usually around the same price as this
1) I have not seen the newer model close to this price. 2) Buy a $5 Sonicseal and problem solved

I haven't had a cavity using this in 15 years. It may be "old tech" but certainly isn't trash. Great deal at $20
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I have this model and junk does build up. Unscrew the brush and rinse it every three days and you'll be fine. Be lazy and don't clean it and you'll see disgusting junk build up.

Last month on black Friday i bought the oral b 5000 (the one with the "crappy" battery) and let me tell you, it removed plaque that this essence toothbrush couldn't. Within a few brushes the 5000 removed plaque that was there for a few months. I keep the charger on the sink at all times to make sure it's always charged and have never ran out of juice.

$19.99 is super cheap, in my opinion, but i strongly recommend the Oral b instead. I guess this is better than a regular tooth brush.
When a toothbrush does a good cleaning job, I can feel it instantly. But honestly how one can ascertain effectiveness against plaque within a few uses, I'd like to know. Did your hygienist make that observation at your routine cleaning? I use diamondclean and overall it's good but I do need help with plaque.
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Don't buy this model. It's trash and gathers nasty tooth paste build up. Buy the newer essence model which is usually around the same price as this
Link to model?
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Just threw out this model (essence) because of mold. The brush heads for this model are also more expensive. The sonicare series 2 model was $20 recently at Target. That's an upgrade, much better model, thinner, quad Pacer, etc. I would pass on the essence
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When a toothbrush does a good cleaning job, I can feel it instantly. But honestly how one can ascertain effectiveness against plaque within a few uses, I'd like to know. Did your hygienist make that observation at your routine cleaning? I use diamondclean and overall it's good but I do need help with plaque.
When i would floss my front bottom teeth, the floss would get stuck. After brushing with the 5000, the floss hardly gets stuck now indicating less junk built up in there.
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I would not recommend this model
I have had several and none have lasted more than 4 months
Plus it builds up nasty stuff under the head
I switched to oral b and it looks more expensive plus it doesn't build nasty stuff under the head
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Don't buy this model. It's trash and gathers nasty tooth paste build up. Buy the newer essence model which is usually around the same price as this
Can you send a link
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When i would floss my front bottom teeth, the floss would get stuck. After brushing with the 5000, the floss hardly gets stuck now indicating less junk built up in there.
Thanks and repped. Do you have any experience of using diamondclean and how it pares against the oral b brush you're using?
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