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Philips Sonicare Kids' Bluetooth Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (Aqua)

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Amazon has Philips Sonicare Kids' Bluetooth Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (Aqua, HX6321/02) for $29.95 when you 'clip' the $10 off coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Target has Philips Sonicare Kids' Bluetooth Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (Blue or Pink) for $29.99 w/ promo code JOLLY10. Shipping is free.

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  • The price for Philips Sonicare Kids' Bluetooth Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (Aqua, HX6321/02) is $20.04 lower (~40.1% savings) from the list price of $49.99
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  • Rated 4.5 stars out of 5 overall based on 100+ reviews on Target
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Philips Sonicare for Kids 3+ Bluetooth Connected Rechargeable Electric Power Toothbrush, Interactive for Better Brushing, Aqua, HX6321/02

Phillips Sonicare Kids Toothbrush. 39.95 but click extra $10 off coupon below deal to get it for $29.95 plus tax


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YAR7...UTF8&psc=1

QA Note: Price is now $29.95 with no coupon needed
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Good deal. Price is matching target for those with a target preference
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Good deal. Price is matching target for those with a target preference
target also has pink option. thanks OP.
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Brush head too large for kids.
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Brush head too large for kids.
You can purchase compact heads for smaller mouths. The toothbrush works with both.
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Brush head too large for kids.
They have two different sizes available for kids brush heads.
I have this tooth brush for both of my kids and they're very good.
I use smaller size brush head for 6 years old and bigger for 9 years old.
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Nice, grabbed one
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Curious. Why can't we use regular adult sized philips sonicare for kids older than 5? I grabbed 2 for $70 from Costco. Would like to know the thoughts?
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They have two different sizes available for kids brush heads.
I have this tooth brush for both of my kids and they're very good.
I use smaller size brush head for 6 years old and bigger for 9 years old.
Do you have a link to the smaller heads? I just picked up two for my 5 y/o twins and never bought these before because the og head was too large.
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Do you have a link to the smaller heads? I just picked up two for my 5 y/o twins and never bought these before because the og head was too large.
I bought these because supposedly these use the same DuPont soft bristles as the below link and is the cheapest per unit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Also these:
https://www.amazon.com/Replacement-Toothbrush-Compatible-Philips-Sonicare/dp/B09LY6NDDX/ref=sr_1_4?k... [amazon.com]

Do know that generic brush heads are always a crap shoot. They range from good (none of them equal original quality but many are definitely close enough) to terrible.
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Curious. Why can't we use regular adult sized philips sonicare for kids older than 5? I grabbed 2 for $70 from Costco. Would like to know the thoughts?
Supposedly you can and there is no difference in the motor strength. One of the Q&As on this Product's Amazon link discusses the match. Apparently there are more smaller child-appropriate compact heads that may or may not fit depending on which adult model you have.

Not an expert but I did 5 mins of research prior to purchasing.
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Supposedly you can and there is no difference in the motor strength. One of the Q&As on this Product's Amazon link discusses the match. Apparently there are more smaller child-appropriate compact heads that may or may not fit depending on which adult model you have.

Not an expert but I did 5 mins of research prior to purchasing.
Also, the kids version has Bluetooth and the app to make brushing more fun. They can earn rewards for brushing and they can feed and dress the little guy in the app.
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Quote from BackFromTheDead21 :
Supposedly you can and there is no difference in the motor strength. One of the Q&As on this Product's Amazon link discusses the match. Apparently there are more smaller child-appropriate compact heads that may or may not fit depending on which adult model you have.

Not an expert but I did 5 mins of research prior to purchasing.
My 3yr old uses an adult one with kid's toothbrush heads. The adult one she uses can adjust the motor in 3 different levels so it was a good way for her to get used to the vibration.
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Do you have a link to the smaller heads? I just picked up two for my 5 y/o twins and never bought these before because the og head was too large.
Here are the genuine heads. 3rd party are such a crapshoot I've given up and just get the real stuff:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00G5L89JM/ [amazon.com]
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