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8 Pack Sonifresh Replacement Brush Heads Compatible with Philips Sonicare Snap-On Toothbrush Handles. $7.98

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Got 1. Missed it last week. These are 80% as good as the real ones at 1/8th the price.
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Just happened to be running low on my generics. This is good timing. Thanks
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Trash compared to the real ones. Sadly, most people can't afford the real ones.
Why trash?
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Why trash?
That guy trolls all sorts of deals fyi. Don't feed it
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I've used these before. Work fine for me. No cavities. No gum issues using them for the last year. The hairs fall out a bit compared to the official ones but at $1 a piece vs $8+. I bought 3. Thanks for sharing OP.
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I don't know about these specific generics but my wife bought some generic brand off Amazon once and the bristles were very stiff compared to the name-brand. I used mine until I found the brand-name ones on sale and then chucked the generic.
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Fake china chemicals in my mouth, no thx
Thanks for the chemistry lesson. Didn't know chemicals were Chinese. Which chemicals are they?

If they are fake chemicals, does that mean they are not real chemicals?
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Fake china chemicals in my mouth, no thx
Interesting comment. I wonder where Philips make their genuine brush heads, can't be China right
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I bought a bunch from a deal a couple of years ago. Too much in fact as I'm still using them and have quite a few left to go through. I think I paid $1 each too like this deal. They do work well but don't hold nearly as long as original. For the price, that was ok as I could just switch them out. The only issue I've had is that one rusted on the inside connection piece after just a few weeks and left my toothbrush with permanent rust. Hasn't affected how it runs and it's only been 1 out of over a dozen but just an FYI for those buying.
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Interesting comment. I wonder where Philips make their genuine brush heads, can't be China right
Philips definitely makes theirs in China. However Philips uses real chemicals though. Real chemicals are definitely better than fake chemicals. Fake 'Murican chemicals are not bad though
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These aren't "trash", but they are softer and don't last as long as the originals. I don't mind the fact that they don't last as long because I just swap them out more frequently. The softness does bother me a bit though because I feel like I get my teeth cleaner with bristles that are a little stiffer. Still... for this price, will probably pick up some more. Smilie
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