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Kohl's.com has Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush for $124.99 - 20% code GOSHOP20 - $10 off $50 code JACKPOT - $25 Rebate = $66.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks daisybeetle

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Kohls [kohls.com] has Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush for $124.99 - 20% code GOSHOP20 - $10 off $50 code JACKPOT - $25 rebate [kohls.com] = $66.99. Shipping is free. You will also earn $15 in Kohls Cash.
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Anybody got insights on lowest price benchmarks for this? I'm planning to pick one up for a family member but it is not urgent to buy right away. I can wait for a better deal. Thanks and reps.
Costco Deal is better

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Rechargeable Toothbrush, 2-pack

Online Price $279.99

Your Price $149.99

$130 manufacturer's savings** is valid 11/28/19 through 12/2/19. While supplies last. Limit 2 per member.
Shipping & Handling Included*

Features:
2 Sonicare Toothbrush Handles
2 Charging Glasses
2 USB Travel Charging Cases
2 Premium Plaque Control Brush Heads
2 DiamondClean Brush Heads


https://www.costco.com/philips-so...02976.html
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My husband and I have had these toothbrushes about a year now. Love them. Clean teeth extremely well,love the travel case and charging station. We paid a LOT more than this and still happy with purchase
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good deal, Costco 2 for 150 or can be found on eBay for around 80/each
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I have the 9750 and paid around $300. If you want one of those specifically I would tell you to get it. Taking care of your teeth is one of the most important things you can do. So many of your internals and their systems are actually tied to your oral care. It's ridiculous to not take care of it. However, a 99 cent toothbrush used appropriately can achieve the same results. So if you want to live in between the most expensive one that you can get and the cheapest one you can get, this isn't a bad deal. But this is not specifically the very top of the line. I can't imagine how different it is though.
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I've gone through at least 5 of these handles in the past 6 years or so. They are nice when they work but they stop working in about a year. Costco is your best bet to buy these, I'm getting the 2-pack from Costco and hopefully those will be the last 2 handle I have to buy in the next few years.
You must have bad luck. I have been using the same handle for over two years. It still keeps a charge for about two weeks.
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costco is better, this one has a carrying case withtout USB charging
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I've gone through at least 5 of these handles in the past 6 years or so. They are nice when they work but they stop working in about a year. Costco is your best bet to buy these, I'm getting the 2-pack from Costco and hopefully those will be the last 2 handle I have to buy in the next few years.
I second that. I have returned more than 5 handles to Costco every year. The life span is pretty short.
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I second that. I have returned more than 5 handles to Costco every year. The life span is pretty short.
I third that. They break pretty easily even with slight use.
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This is their top of the line sonic toothbrush and it's usually $100 or more.
I doubt you will find it this cheap or cheaper anytime soon.

If you don't want the top of the line, then there are lower versions that sell for $30 to $40 on sale and work perfectly fine.

I'd say this version has a few good features but mostly bells and whistles no one needs.
I own this model and have given the lower models as gifts. I would say it's quieter. I have never used the other modes. I like that it can be charged in the traveling case.
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Though I don't doubt those who have had bad luck with theirs, my experience has been quite the opposite. I've had one since 2011 that still works fine, albeit with a shortened battery life. I'll keep it as a backup and am in for 1.
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This is their top of the line sonic toothbrush and it's usually $100 or more.

I'd say this version has a few good features but mostly bells and whistles no one needs.
This is the Bluetooth version?
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The 9700 is better for me. It includes 6 brush heads + 1 for tougne. After all discounts it is 151.99 so u get 45 kohl cash + 30 mail-in rebates. Go through rakuten adds another 6% rebates. I am currently using this one and it's far better make than the cheap one. And yes, it has bluetooth.
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I third that. They break pretty easily even with slight use.
I've had mine for like 5 years I think. Only very recently has the battery lasted one use before it tells me it's time to recharge. During the past year, it's been 4-5 uses before needing a recharge. Maybe the early models like mine had better build quality.
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Anyone know where to find some decent quality, but not so pricey replacement heads for these?

I get them on ebay when the 10-20% coupons go out
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What does Phillips say? You get replacements?
I got the first one replaced by Phillips, we lived overseas at the time and got the DiamondClean very early on from Amazon, it broke within a year of product introduction so the local Phillips warranty center just gave us a new handle. They lectured us on how we should've removed the brush and rinsed after each use. I told them I had various OralB handles for like more than 2 decades and that was never an issue.

The last couple of times I went through AMEX extended warranty and got them refunded, and I replaced the handles only, on eBay and Amazon. They looked like warranty replacement parts that people sold online.

Will go through Costco next time. Maybe these newer ones will be more reliable.
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