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Costco Offer - Oral-B iO Series 7c Rechargeable Toothbrush 2-pack for $199.99 After $100 Off + Free Shipping

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Includes 2 Rechargeable Handles, 3 Brush Heads, 2 Premium Travel Cases and 2 Magnetic Chargers
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5 Brushing Modes: Clean, Whitening, Gum Care, Sensitive, and Intense
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Smart Pressure Sensors for Optimal Cleaning
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Oral b or Philips sonic care ?
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Oral b or Philips sonic care ?
They're both great.

Oral B IO has more expensive brush heads (vs. the previous version). It is a spin brush and will brush only a tooth at a time.

Sonicare (Comparing it to the diamond version) has a more manual toothbrush feel and can brush 2-3 teeth at a time. Cheaper brush heads and a very cool wireless glass recharge.

Both have comparable battery life. Also, I can't speak about their Android/iOS apps since I don't use them
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If you know anyone who works in the dental office, you can get it for a lot cheaper. That's how I got mine.
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Oral b or Philips sonic care ?
Up to you, dentists will say the same if they're not being paid. I had sonicare, went to oral b and now picked up the sonicare from Costco because the two oral b brushed I tried out had terrible battery life.
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No idea if one should trust artificial intelligence for basic things like brushing teeth or apply own intelligence and save $200!
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No idea if one should trust artificial intelligence for basic things like brushing teeth or apply own intelligence and save $200!
You're paying for the quality of the motor and the brushhead design, of which both are phenomenal on this brush. The AI (if you can even call it that) is an afterthought. I actually haven't even used it since I got the brush. More of a novelty than anything.
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Looks like replacement brush heads are expensive?
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Tried the app on an older model and wasn't impressed.
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Oral b or Philips sonic care ?

I've been using an oralb that takes two AA rechargeables and goes for a few months. I prefer it to my collection of sonicares, one of which requires a charging station that's always in the way. My hygienist uses the same model. It's really really good and I get compliments at every cleaning. This looks like the latest version of it: https://www.walmart.com/ip/28560035
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Any deals on the heads? I believe I've seen them on sale through Sam's Club mobile in the past
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Any deals on the heads? I believe I've seen them on sale through Sam's Club mobile in the past
They're on sale right now at Costco.
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Are these made in Germany
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