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Costco Members: Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5000 Gum Care Edition Rechargeable Toothbrush, 2-pack - $69.99 + Free shipping

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Costco Wholesale [costco.com] has for its Members: Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5000 Gum Care Edition Rechargeable Toothbrush [costco.com], 2-pack for $69.99. Shipping is free.

Note: $30 manufacturer's savings is valid 1/20/20 through 2/9/20. While supplies last. Limit 2 per member.

I am not sure what is the difference between 5000 and 5100 but if any, looks minimal. At this point, 5100 is for $69.00 for a single unit while 5000 at Costco is for 2-pack for the same price.
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This is a good deal
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Ugh, I should have waited!
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nice, pretty much getting one free! Comes with a diamondclean refill too.
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I bought it in store yesterday and did not get this discount. Can I go back and get it back or do I need to return and rebuy. I unfortunately started to use one.
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Which one should i pick philips 5000 or oral b pro advance 2000 which is also on sale for 64.99?
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I bought it in store yesterday and did not get this discount. Can I go back and get it back or do I need to return and rebuy. I unfortunately started to use one.
There is 30 days price match policy
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Which one should i pick philips 5000 or oral b pro advance 2000 which is also on sale for 64.99?
sonicare is the better brush imo. The two I've had worked for 4-5 years without any problems.
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are there any charts out there about which sonicares have lithium batteries? I cant find any features that matter to me besides that, mine is getting pretty weak and Im quite sure its the nimh battery
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yahoo voted
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sonicare is the better brush imo. The two I've had worked for 4-5 years without any problems.
Which oral b have you used? I have been using 6000 without issues. Considering this deal
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are there any charts out there about which sonicares have lithium batteries? I cant find any features that matter to me besides that, mine is getting pretty weak and Im quite sure its the nimh battery
Pretty sure all are li-ion. Even the lowest model says its a li-ion.
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Which oral b have you used? I have been using 6000 without issues. Considering this deal
the 5000
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Is this ok for the 8 years old kid?
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are there any charts out there about which sonicares have lithium batteries? I cant find any features that matter to me besides that, mine is getting pretty weak and Im quite sure its the nimh battery
Why nimh is weaker? I read online that nimh is user replaceable if needed
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