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THANKS! Been waiting for this to go under $25 *hug*
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They won't match the brush but cheapest replacement heads are here. Haven't tried them so cannot comment. Anyone?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C9LF...UTF8&psc=1
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Thanks for sharing. Got one. Missed the Philips sale during black friday. Repped.
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THANKS! Been waiting for this to go under $25 *hug*
Same here. Got one. Tried Quip and it was too light on the cleaning.
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Darn not available for pickup in the San Francisco area.
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anyone got sales for official brushheads? Oral B was so much easier to find cheap ones. Phillips not so much.
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They won't match the brush but cheapest replacement heads are here. Haven't tried them so cannot comment. Anyone?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C9LF...UTF8&psc=1
It's not worth it using the fake replacement brushes. One visit to the dentist costs 😬 money 💰
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It's not worth it using the fake replacement brushes. One visit to the dentist costs 😬 money 💰
I've used generics for 15 years with no ill effects.
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The Philips website offers the DailyClean brush for $19.95, it comes with an official brush head and ships free.
https://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/H...toothbrush
I got some for myself and my kids and they work very well. Not clear on the differences between DailyClean and EasyClean (apart from $5).
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I've used generics for 15 years with no ill effects.
I've bought these 3rd party brush heads a couple of times and they are of decent quality.

https://smile.amazon.com/Sonimart...B00TPISLYK

They are a bit noisier than the OEM ones, sometimes.
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I think this is a lower end/lower performance model compared to the 4100 that was on sale multiple times around Black Friday?

This model only claims 2x plaque removal and doesn't mentioned the number of brush movements/min while the 4100 claims 7x plaque removal and 62,000 movements/min

Edit: found links that say this model has 31,000 movements/min
https://www.electricteeth.com/phi...an-review/
https://www.amazon.com/Philips-So...B004M1BO3U
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Philip...h/15750053
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Looks like it's sold out online
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They won't match the brush but cheapest replacement heads are here. Haven't tried them so cannot comment. Anyone?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C9LF...UTF8&psc=1
You should be careful with these uber cheap brush heads. They probably scratch your enamel. Good dental hygiene products cost nothing compared to a few dental visits....
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anyone got sales for official brushheads? Oral B was so much easier to find cheap ones. Phillips not so much.
Ebay has the best prices on sonicare brush heads. There are several different styles.
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