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8 Pack Semyum Replacement Brush Heads Compatible with Philips Sonicare Snap-On Toothbrush Handles. $7.97

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Cheap replacement head deals are normally under $1/brush, but you get the crappy Chinese soft bristles that wear out 3x faster than OEM and, no indicator (which is at least a partial gimmick, but still).

These are represented to have a stiffer bristle with the indicator so maybe close to Sonicare originals. WTH, going to try out.
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Thanks! Almost forgot that I was on my last replacement and this deal came just in time 😀
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TU. Reminded me I needed a refill as well. Thanks OP.
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I have these... they are quite stiffer than the original Sonicare but they do the job. The overall construction of them is sturdy comparable to Sonicare
For 1$/brush, I will say go for it!
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These are as low as $6 on eBay for an 8 pk with free shipping.
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So can any others confirm that these will be better than the generic ones from China, which wear out faster than genuine Sonicare heads?
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Not a great deal for generic brush heads.
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Not a great deal for generic brush heads.
Post a link or GTFO
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Pushed garbage.
Don't out no name stuff in your mouth.
I know replacements aren't cheap, but you have no idea what standards these were made to :/
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Just bought a 4 series. First electric toothbrush. Going to need few extra heads. Thank you
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These are as low as $6 on eBay for an 8 pk with free shipping.
I'd rather not wait two months for delivery though.
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Once I bought a set of off branded, Chinese made for my Sonicare from Amazon (Sonifresh). Waste of $. The bristles were soft and sharp tipped. Almost felt that I was painting my teeth with a cheap Harbor Freight micro paint brush. Never again. My teeth are worth more .
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I'll never understand why people are OK with generic toothbrush heads. Seems like a way to destroy your teeth enamel.
Particularly because people are saying they're stiffer than the brand name version. I'm ok with some generic specialty care items, but it needs to be standardized generic. Like, store brand.
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