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Costco Members: 2-Pk Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5000 Gum Care Toothbrush EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 2-Pack Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5000 Gum Care Edition Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush on sale for $99.99 - $30 Manufacturer's Savings (applied automatically at checkout) = $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks bellevueboy
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Costco [costco.com] has a manufacturers coupon for this gumcare Sonicare model two pack for 69.99 after $30 dollar discount. You do have to be a Costco member to get the deal.

https://www.costco.com/Philips-So...97800.html

Deal expires 8/4/2019

It normally goes for 99.99 dollars on Costco, and a similar model is sold on amazon for 79.99 for a single unit.

This price is better than the previous deal costco had in Spring which was for $74.99
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cant seems to get the model number for these ...the philips website does not show 5000 and 7000 series .
Amazon sells 5001 and 7001, so I'd assume these are the equivalence of "last years model", but same features.
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Can't you usually buy from Costco online when not a member, but just pay more? I know I've done that before. But doesn't work on these.
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Anyone interested in splitting a pair?
Yes, I can have the brush bodies and you can have the brush heads or vice versa!
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Can't you usually buy from Costco online when not a member, but just pay more? I know I've done that before. But doesn't work on these.
You can only do so from sites which have Costco as merchant. Google Express is an example. I don't see this item on Google Express though.
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I bought two from bedbath for $16 each

https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/...toothbrush

and bought 8 pack of replacement head at costco for $40

https://www.costco.com/Philips-So...17444.html

It is possible OP posted model with more features compare to what I bought.
This is not travel compatible and works only in 110v besides this has only one head that you can use the rest are much more friendlier. But this is the cheapest brush in the Sonicare line. We have this one as well.
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What are the best cheap replacement heads for these? Have these already, but due for new heads soon
Sonimart is the best of the off-brands on Amazon in my opinion. If you want real Sonicare heads, Costco is the cheapest when on sale. It was in the last coupon book, so you just missed it.

https://www.amazon.com/s?me=A2YXS...PDKIKX0DER
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Sonimart is the best of the off-brands on Amazon in my opinion. If you want real Sonicare heads, Costco is the cheapest when on sale. It was in the last coupon book, so you just missed it.
I generally wait for the sale on Amazon and buy those heads. Generally many heads work with this brush body.
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What does the term gum care imply? How is it different than others? Could someone chime in?
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Oral-B 2000 is also $70, which one is better? So many models on brush, very confused.
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Only if there was a website to compare all these different electric toothbrushes, fairly.
I found this site helpful.
https://www.animated-teeth.com/el...hbrush.htm
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got this exact model from Meh for $64 last week. this is a good deal but it's not the cheapest it's been.
Probably a great deal but I don't think the ones from meh were the same model.
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Oral-B 2000 is also $70, which one is better? So many models on brush, very confused.
Oral-B has a rotating/oscillating action, while Sonicare is more of a pulsating action. I find it gentler on my teeth and gums but maybe that's just my preference. Sonicare definitely has better battery life - the 2 week claim is conservative, whereas Oral-B doesn't last that long. Oral-B also uses NiMH while Sonicare is lithium-ion, with way better longevity. We've had several Oral-B's that no longer held a charge after a year or two of use.
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I found this site helpful.
https://www.animated-teeth.com/el...hbrush.htm
Thanks for the link, it is very helpful.

I think I am going with the SoniCare 5000 Protective Clean 2 pk (99.99 - 30 =69.99) Clean, Gum - 2 modes
Other choice - The SoniCare 7000 ExpertResults (2 pk 149.99-30 =119.99) has Clean, Gum, and White modes
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Oral-B has a rotating/oscillating action, while Sonicare is more of a pulsating action. I find it gentler on my teeth and gums but maybe that's just my preference. Sonicare definitely has better battery life - the 2 week claim is conservative, whereas Oral-B doesn't last that long. Oral-B also uses NiMH while Sonicare is lithium-ion, with way better longevity. We've had several Oral-B's that no longer held a charge after a year or two of use.
thanks
clicked on this mostly looking for such comparative info
ive only have used the sonicare old style for over 8 years still going strong but im lazy only brush once in mornings Big Grin but go to professional cleaning every 3-4 months
most dentist offices adv. oralB so i wondered if it was better ? or just advert
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Oral-B 2000 is also $70, which one is better? So many models on brush, very confused.
I have an oral-b 7000 and I love it
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