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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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Quote from Osaka75 :
I see there are multiple types of brush heads for Sonicare. This comes with two Diamond type, which I gather are mainly for whitening. It comes with a G2, which is for gums. What type is best for everyday cleaning? Thanks.
I've tried a few but like the diamond clean ones, they are very strong and stiff when new.
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I tried and didn't like the dimond clean handles because they use one button for everything, which can be problematic. It is much more convenient to have separate buttons for power on/off and mode selection.
FYI, new versions of Diamondclean have two buttons. That said, 99% of people are better served with the 4100 or 5100, which are way cheaper and just as effective.
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These come in a 2 pack at Costco for $64.98. https://www.costco.com/philips-so...45621.html
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ProtectiveClean vs OptimalClean
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I've found modern Sonicare brushes tend to die after a couple of years. They're still good value IF you catch them during sales. This one is a steal with the extra brush heads. Buying one for future when my current one bites the dust.
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Quote from ItzKazumi :
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.
My first oral-b lasted like 10 years and only now has it started to lose a tiny bit of power, which means it still has a ton of power lol. Wondering if it would be worth it at all to upgrade
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Quote from wellcum :
According to my dentist:
  • Are you using those electric brush or something? cause I can see all that damage ...
  • Floss and use this tippy soft toothbrush to massage the gum line
  • Actual brushing is kind of a meh ...
  • Do not use toothpaste, they only wear out the enamel
  • Scrape your tongue w/ this little plastic thingy
  • No need for those nasty mouth wash unless you have specific condition
I have been off grid and only use toothpaste like once a week ever since ... so far so good
Is your dentist by any chance called crentist?
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Quote from azoiic :
should I buy OEM or generic brand for the replacement heads?
I gave up buying cheap heads. They never lasted as long. I tend to really wear my heads out so it's essentially pocket change each month for the cost of heads when they go on sale.
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Quote from SDzZz :
what's the difference between this and the 4100? Is this worth $20 more?
This come with 3 brush heads deal is dead now
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Amazon would rather have you return the item then repurchase it at the lower price. Unreal actually.
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Can I get a price adjustment if I purchased it three days ago for $10 more?

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What is the best choice for an electric toothbrush for first time users? I can't justify the price of those super expensive ones.
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The coupon isn't showing up for me. Special trick?
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The coupon isn't showing up for me. Special trick?
Same here
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Me too. No coupon? Deal dead?
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It's showing up as 59.95 for me without any coupon to clip.

Deal seems dead to me
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