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3-Pack Philips Sonicare C2 & C3 Plaque Control Toothbrush Heads EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack Philips Sonicare C2 & C3 Plaque Control Toothbrush Heads (HX9023/69) on sale for $12.82 -> Now $13.49. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks adbox1001

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Beware of the rampant fakes on Amazon for these brush heads. Yes, even the ones "shipped and sold" by Amazon.
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I don't know where you got that information.
I've had multiple over the years.
The battery lasts way more than 1.5 years.
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Good deal. Thanks.
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Beware of the rampant fakes on Amazon for these brush heads. Yes, even the ones "shipped and sold" by Amazon.
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Beware of the rampant fakes on Amazon for these brush heads. Yes, even the ones "shipped and sold" by Amazon.
Anyway to determine if fake?
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If it's fake would it brush any different just curious
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If it's fake would it brush any different just curious
No, but if you don't mind fakes you might as well get buy a generic brand. My household is split, I buy generic brushheads for my sonicare at about ($1/head) and my husband insists on Sonicare brand. He hasn't even noticed when he has grabbed mine by mistake, so I am convinced the difference is minimal.
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I can't bring myself to buy sonicare stuff anymore. Batteries last 1.5 years and then need to desolder to replace. My aftermarket battery lasted 3 months.

Anyone have any recommendations for an ultrasonic toothbrush with user replaceable batteries?
I just bought a pair of sonicare 2 plaque control for $24 each.... If they last almost 2 years .... Isn't that a great deal? $12/year.
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If it's fake would it brush any different just curious
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No, but if you don't mind fakes you might as well get buy a generic brand. My household is split, I buy generic brushheads for my sonicare at about ($1/head) and my husband insists on Sonicare brand. He hasn't even noticed when he has grabbed mine by mistake, so I am convinced the difference is minimal.
It may vary between types, but the clones I've gotten have all been quite a bit worse than name brand; the bristle are softer, they fray a lot sooner and don't last as long
I'm sure there are different knockoffs floating around, but toothbrush heads are about the only thing I buy name brand lol
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Anyway to determine if fake?
Last ones I got the printing on the head looked faded and bad. I assumed they were fake.
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I can't bring myself to buy sonicare stuff anymore. Batteries last 1.5 years and then need to desolder to replace. My aftermarket battery lasted 3 months.

Anyone have any recommendations for an ultrasonic toothbrush with user replaceable batteries?
I don't know where you got that information.
I've had multiple over the years.
The battery lasts way more than 1.5 years.
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