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Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5300 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (Black) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5300 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (Black, HX6423/34) on sale for $49.95 when you clip the $10 coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • ProtectiveClean 5300 Handle
  • 1x Optimal Gum Care Brush Head
  • 2x DiamondClean Brush Heads
  • Charger
  • Travel case

Features:
  • Pressure sensor that protects teeth and gums from excess brushing pressure.
  • Your choice of 3 modes: Clean, White and Gum Care.
  • BrushSync technology will beep to inform you when to replace your brush head.
  • The easy-start feature slowly increases the power of the brush as you get used to the Sonicare experience
  • SmarTimer encourages a full 2 minute brushing time
  • 2 week battery life.
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Wish they had this before I opened my 4100. Wouldn't mind a travel case. Do the other brush modes even make a difference though?
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what's the difference between this and the 4100? Is this worth $20 more?
No meaningful difference on the toothbrush side. The extra cleaning modes on the 5300 are superfluous.

But, you get 2 extra brush heads and a travel case. The case costs $12 standalone and the 2 brushheads cost about $13, so it's worth it to get this deal over the 4100 if you have a use for the travel case.
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Wish they had this before I opened my 4100. Wouldn't mind a travel case. Do the other brush modes even make a difference though?
No they don't. And you can get a travel case for $2 on ebay or wherever. It's just a piece of plastic.
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For someone who wants to try out an electric brush for the first time, is this a good start ?
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For someone who wants to try out an electric brush for the first time, is this a good start ?
Good enough. The cheapest is still the old e-Series, $19 handle, $5 brush heads, but Sonicare marketing is good at creating new model envy, so they certainly earned their keep turning an affordable product into a luxury item.
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Why not go for the cheaper Oral-B Pro 1000 [target.com] for $30 (on sale) that happens to be Wirecutter's top pick? It lists in detail what makes this better than the more expensive offerings.
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Why not go for the cheaper Oral-B Pro 1000 [target.com] for $30 (on sale) that happens to be Wirecutter's top pick? It lists in detail what makes this better than the more expensive offerings.
It's too powerful for me. Don't want to hurt my gums, unfortunately. Also, the battery life isn't great. If it works for you then that's great.
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Has anyone tried the Fairywill brand and Sonicare? Fairywill models have great reviews but I'm curious if they are comparable at all. Thanks
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Has anyone tried the Fairywill brand and Sonicare? Fairywill models have great reviews but I'm curious if they are comparable at all. Thanks
I would go with Sonicare since it's more reputable and have been business far longer than Fairywill. But at the end of the day, it's up to you. I believe a few Fairywill models are ADA approved so it should get the job done.
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How's the noise level of this ProtectiveClean 5300 model compared to the ProtectiveClean 4100 that's been on sale?

How does noise compare to older, mid or higher end Sonicare handles like the HealthyWhite+ line?

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How's the noise level of this ProtectiveClean 5300 model compared to the ProtectiveClean 4100 that's been on sale?

How does noise compare to older, mid or higher end Sonicare handles like the HealthyWhite+ line?

TIA!
The noise should be about the same. 5300 have 3 modes compared to 1 mode on the 4100. Also, this comes with three brush heads instead of just one. Brush heads can be quite expensive, typically $5-8 each. This also comes with a travel case. So overall, I think this is a better deal.
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Can anyone speak to this in regards to using a traditional/manual toothbrush? I'm most interested in this aspect:

"Pressure sensor that protects teeth and gums from excess brushing pressure."

Has anyone received actual results from a dentist checkup after making the switch to an electric?
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Good enough. The cheapest is still the old e-Series, $19 handle, $5 brush heads, but Sonicare marketing is good at creating new model envy, so they certainly earned their keep turning an affordable product into a luxury item.
Where are you finding $5 brush heads?
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Why not go for the cheaper Oral-B Pro 1000 [target.com] for $30 (on sale) that happens to be Wirecutter's top pick? It lists in detail what makes this better than the more expensive offerings.
I just started invisalign and I got the Oral-B for with it. I hate it personally compared to my e-series Philips. It feels large in my mouth and I also have mild TMJ.
The Philips brushheads are much more slimmer and flatter and makes it easier to brush tongue. Just my 2 cents.
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I don't know about anything about electric toothbrush. How's this good for new user? Also is it good for kids with age 2 and above.
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