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Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 Electric Toothbrush (White) EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush (White, HX6817/01) on sale for $29.99. Select free curbside pickup where available.

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  • Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 Rechargeable Toothbrush
  • Charging base
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  • Optimal plaque control brush head

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Quick disclaimer: I work at Philips

That being said, and being a frugal person, if you *just* bought it, I'd say maybe? Or try to return the 1100?
This model of the 4100 has a motor that offers twice as many brush movements per minute compared to the 1100 (62,000 vs 31,000), which is the same technology present on the $200+ models. Now if you were thinking of upgrading from the 4100 to the 5100 I would tell you it isn't worth it, but 1100 to 4100 is a pretty significant leap for that reason

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In for two thanks! Free shipping if you get two and you can get the $20 discount twice.
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In. Cheapest price on these.
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Just bought the Philips Sonicare 1100 for 19.99 is this one worth the upgrade
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Note that if you break this within the warranty period (IIRC 24 months) youre entitled for free replacement from Philips. I think I got 3 no-hassle replacements (two of mine & one of family member) sometime last year...just need proof of purchase aka online/physical receipt...
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Good price, just RMA'd mine and new one arrives Friday, just had to show invoice and replacement was shipped a day later. This is the old 4100 model that only has 1 intensity mode, the new 4100 has 2. Basically the same toothbrush but at this price point this is worth getting.

Phillips no longer stocks the old 4100, the warranty replacement is the new 4100 model.
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Quote from havok86 :
Good price, just RMA'd mine and new one arrives Friday, just had to show invoice and replacement was shipped a day later. This is the old 4100 model that only has 1 intensity mode, the new 4100 has 2. Basically the same toothbrush but at this price point this is worth getting.

Phillips no longer stocks the old 4100, the warranty replacement is the new 4100 model.
What was the reason for rma?
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I wonder if these can be used by 5 year olds. Any idea on the minimum age recommended?
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I wonder if these can be used by 5 year olds. Any idea on the minimum age recommended?
You should buy the ones designed for kids.
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I wonder if these can be used by 5 year olds. Any idea on the minimum age recommended?
I don't know if they're recommended for kids, but I don't think a kid would like the feel of it. It's different than a normal electric toothbrush. Hard to describe. It kinda tingles.
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My kids use our hand me down OG sonicare (large flared bell hub style to connect brush head) when we got the 4100s.
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I hate the changes BBY made to their rewards program, I was an OG member and most recently the highest elite. Now no love because I won't shell out $199 / year for blanket warranty program with tech support I don't want or need.
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YMMV, Also for those that have a Sam's Club membership, they are offering a $10 scan and go savings of the W3 (6—ct) or C2 (8-ct) brush heads ($50), making those $40.
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YMMV, Also for those that have a Sam's Club membership, they are selling a dual pack of the 4300 series for $49.99. Also a $10 scan and go savings of the W3 (6—ct) or C2 (8-ct) brush heads ($50), making those $40.
Interesting
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