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2- Pack Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Dual Handle Electric Toothbrush $39.49 after $20 Rabate + Earn $15 Kohls Cash + free Shipping

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Kohl's.com [kohls.com] has Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Dual Handle Electric Toothbrush (Model no. HX6212/19) for $69.99 -$10.50 off with promocode GIVETHANKS - $20 Rebate [kohls.com] + Earn $15 Kohl's Cash + Free Shipping

PRODUCT FEATURES
  • Easy-start increases power slowly as you brush
  • Ergonomic handle with intrinsic grip provides comfort
  • Two-color battery charge indicator informs you when it's time to recharge
WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • 2 rechargeable toothbrushes
  • 2 plaque control brush heads
  • Travel charger
  • 2 hygienic travel caps
PRODUCT DETAILS
  • 9.37''H x 9.25''W x 3.74''D
  • Manufacturer's 2-year limited warranty
  • Rebate Available! Purchase a Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Dual Handle Electric Toothbrush and follow the instructions on the rebate form to receive a $20 Visa prepaid card by mail. Offer valid on purchases made November 25th - December 7th, 2019.View the Sonicare rebate here [kohls.com].
  • Get $15 Kohl's Cashto use November 30 through December 9


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How is this compared to the set from Costco for $70. Thanks.
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I'd also like to know a comparison of this vs the Costco deal
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looks like this version doesnt have the other features the costco one has like the brush head replacement sensor, pressure sensor. It may have the 2 min sensor but not sure. That is pretty standard on most toothbrushes but i could be wrong.
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looks like this version doesnt have the other features the costco one has like the brush head replacement sensor, pressure sensor. It may have the 2 min sensor but not sure. That is pretty standard on most toothbrushes but i could be wrong.
The listed on has the two minute sensor . I was able to pick up the one pack on Veterans Day for 9$ after rebate. Regret not getting a second.

In my opinion, (this point isn't against you I know you were just pointing out the differences ) I don't think the pressure sensor is needed and certainly not the brush head replacement alert. Both would be nice but it's easy enough to remember a replacement and well, just don't press hard
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Series 2 take two full days to charge. I switched backed to the more expensive model and it is half that for charge time. Otherwise not much different.
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as i scored several of the $8 ones from kohls the other week, this deal, while decent, is not nearly as slick..
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Series 2 take two full days to charge. I switched backed to the more expensive model and it is half that for charge time. Otherwise not much different.
Agree charge time seems long but not sure what I'm in a hurry to charge it for. Not like we can't pick it up and use it for 2 min and then back down to charge for another 8 hours
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Agree charge time seems long but not sure what I'm in a hurry to charge it for. Not like we can't pick it up and use it for 2 min and then back down to charge for another 8 hours
agreed but 2 days is too long in my book. I have a tendency to use my toothbrush and put it away instead of back on the charger and if it takes 2 days instead of 1 to charge i am more likely to do that.
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I've had this one and now have the one from Costco. In my opinion, the motors on the one from Costco feel stronger. My girlfriend and I both had the batteries in our Sonicare 2's die, then they were replaced by Philips for free, but they still didn't feel as strong as the Costco ones, right out of the box. Could be subjective but both my girlfriend and I felt it.
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I've had this one and now have the one from Costco. In my opinion, the motors on the one from Costco feel stronger. My girlfriend and I both had the batteries in our Sonicare 2's die, then they were replaced by Philips for free, but they still didn't feel as strong as the Costco ones, right out of the box. Could be subjective but both my girlfriend and I felt it.
This Sonicare only has one intensity mode, but has the EasyStart feature which ramps up power over the first handful of brushings. That could explain the difference in power you noticed out of the box. https://www.usa.philips.com/c-f/X...toothbrush
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as i scored several of the $8 ones from kohls the other week, this deal, while decent, is not nearly as slick..
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Series 2 take two full days to charge. I switched backed to the more expensive model and it is half that for charge time. Otherwise not much different.
Looks like these use a NiMH battery, compared to a Li-ion one. Thanks.
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