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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 Truth-Serum :
Where are you finding $5 brush heads?
Costco have 8x e-brush heads for $40 right now. Members only though.
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the handle is black but the blush is white...kinda ugly
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Quote from FaithfulGoat853 :
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?
All science says that even bad electric toothbrushes will brush as well or better than manual toothbrushes.

Personally, my mouth feels cleaner with an electronic vs. manual brush; if you don't like the feel after your first brush, stick with manual if that's your speed

Sources:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3652371/
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jcpe.13126
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Quote from fakeamerican :
the handle is black but the blush is white...kinda ugly
They do sell black brush heads separately if that's you want.
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Perhaps a silly question, but are electric toothbrushes water proof? Specifically, I like to brush my teeth in the shower and don't want to get electrocuted.
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Yes u can, i just did.
I reached out over chat and was denied a credit
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Quote from Truth-Serum :
Where are you finding $5 brush heads?
e-Series heads are running at this rate periodically: https://www.costco.com/philips-so...17444.html
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Quote from MarshallC3 :
Anyone know how this compares to the Oral B 2000? Better or just as good?
Buy both and compare it
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Perhaps a silly question, but are electric toothbrushes water proof? Specifically, I like to brush my teeth in the shower and don't want to get electrocuted.
Waterproof
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Quote from Slickhunt36 :
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.
at age 2 their mouths are probably not yet big enough for these adult sized electric toothbrushes, but the actual heads are pretty narrow and works well. Based on my kids dentists recommendation i had switched them over to electric toothbrushes in their late 2s - almost 3 years old and they got used to it within a week. doesn't make their brushing habits magically better, but having the quadrant timer helps them at least spend enough time on each quadrant of the mouth and at least the brush effectively cleans the areas they do cover.

Will it make them brush the far corners of their teeth and become super diligent brushers? nope Smilie
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at age 2 their mouths are probably not yet big enough for these adult sized electric toothbrushes, but the actual heads are pretty narrow and works well. Based on my kids dentists recommendation i had switched them over to electric toothbrushes in their late 2s - almost 3 years old and they got used to it within a week. doesn't make their brushing habits magically better, but having the quadrant timer helps them at least spend enough time on each quadrant of the mouth and at least the brush effectively cleans the areas they do cover.

Will it make them brush the far corners of their teeth and become super diligent brushers? nope Smilie
Thanks 😊
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No they don't. And you can get a travel case for $2 on ebay or wherever. It's just a piece of plastic.
Can you provide a link on where to get a case for $2? I'm seeing ~$8
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Are there any differences in noise levels or strokes when comparing the ProtectiveClean line vs. higher-end lines like DiamondClean? The higher-end lines seem to have extra brushing modes and Bluetooth or whatever, but no substantial difference in terms of noise or strokes.
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I reached out over chat and was denied a credit
Call 'em. They initially denied for me as well.
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