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Promoted 04-18-2016 by Discombobulated at 07:45 AM View Original Post
Target.com has select Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush on sale for $39.99 - $10 off promo code SONICARE10 (apply at checkout) = $29.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks GoodDay.

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location. Additionally. Amazon.com also has Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush on sale for $29.99 after clipping the $10 off coupon found on product page. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

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Edited April 18, 2016 at 07:03 AM by TattyBear
Clip the $10 coupon to make it $29.95 with free shipping with prime or $49+ order.

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Thanks Op! There's also a $5 off $50 deal (for TARGET) that can be applied if you add some additional items to your cart... I don't have the promo code, but if you go to: https://usa.visa.com/pay-with-vis...10806.html, click the button and it's applied to your cart.

NOTE: Unfortunately it doesn't allow multiple uses of toothbrush code in single order... so in my case, as I wanted 2, I had to place 2 orders with filler in both to get the additional $5 off. Still a heck of a deal.

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The Essence/E-series uses a nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery system. The key to properly using a NiMH battery is to completely discharge it. This is different than your cellphone battery which is a Lithium Ion battery.

When the light comes on your tooth brush telling you to recharge it, disregard it. Keep using it. I find that the toothbrush is completely usable for at least another week after the toothbrush starts to flash. Furthermore, you are conditioning the battery to hold a larger charge. Battery conditioning is extremely important for NiMH batteries.

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Anyone care to chime in on how this compares with the older Sonicare E-series rechargeable toothbrush (The original Sonicare Essence)? That's what I have and the internal battery isn't holding a charge like it used to (runs down in about 3-4 days versus 2 weeks when it was new).

That, the PITA the E-series is to keep clean and the cost of replacement heads makes this deal tempting. But the E-series has always been really good at cleaning my teeth and this model gets slightly lower ratings with Amazon users.

I don't want to replace it with a functionally inferior product. Thanks in advance to anyone who has some comparative experience with these two models.
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Normally, for a product with 4.2 out of 5 stars on amazon, the top reviews are mostly positive, but somehow, the top reviews for this one is pretty negative. I wonder why.
Still, great find, thanks OP!
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I ordered one the last time at this price. No complaints and now I'm ordering one for my teenager. Thanks OP!
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
Anyone care to chime in on how this compares with the older Sonicare E-series rechargeable toothbrush (The original Sonicare Essence)? That's what I have and the internal battery isn't holding a charge like it used to (runs down in about 3-4 days versus 2 weeks when it was new).

That, the PITA the E-series is to keep clean and the cost of replacement heads makes this deal tempting. But the E-series has always been really good at cleaning my teeth and this model gets slightly lower ratings with Amazon users.

I don't want to replace it with a functionally inferior product. Thanks in advance to anyone who has some comparative experience with these two models.
I too have used the Essence for years. The biggest issue with that is the gunk build up. Even removing the head and rinsing after each use, gunk build up continues. I kept using it because I had the AA battery version. As you already know, the rechargeable ones the batteries degrade fast. The AA version solved that, but brings another maintenance task - cleaning the battery compartment and lubing the O-ring. So I finally bit and bought the one in this deal from Costco. It's just as powerful as the Essence, no longer has gunk build up issue, and the handle is much lighter. When I first got it, it lasts about a week. Not even 6mos later, the low-batt light blinks after 2-3 days of use Mad Although if I ignore it, it will still go strong for another 2 days.

There's no winning. Sonicare is the best toothbrush out there, but it seems they want me to buy a new one every year, in addition to the brushheads replacement.
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I too have used the Essence for years. The biggest issue with that is the gunk build up. Even removing the head and rinsing after each use, gunk build up continues. I kept using it because I had the AA battery version. As you already know, the rechargeable ones the batteries degrade fast. The AA version solved that, but brings another maintenance task - cleaning the battery compartment and lubing the O-ring. So I finally bit and bought the one in this deal from Costco. It's just as powerful as the Essence, no longer has gunk build up issue, and the handle is much lighter. When I first got it, it lasts about a week. Not even 6mos later, the low-batt light blinks after 2-3 days of use Mad Although if I ignore it, it will still go strong for another 2 days.

There's no winning. Sonicare is the best toothbrush out there, but it seems they want me to buy a new one every year, in addition to the brushheads replacement.

How many times a day do you brush your teeth?
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These cheap Sonicares are definitely a step down. I own an Easyclean model http://www.amazon.com/Philips-Son...B004M1BO3U.

Recently bought this new one for my wife. Huge difference. The new one feels significantly weaker.
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Quote from majorhavoc View Post :
Anyone care to chime in on how this compares with the older Sonicare E-series rechargeable toothbrush (The original Sonicare Essence)? That's what I have and the internal battery isn't holding a charge like it used to (runs down in about 3-4 days versus 2 weeks when it was new).

That, the PITA the E-series is to keep clean and the cost of replacement heads makes this deal tempting. But the E-series has always been really good at cleaning my teeth and this model gets slightly lower ratings with Amazon users.

I don't want to replace it with a functionally inferior product. Thanks in advance to anyone who has some comparative experience with these two models.
The Essence/E-series uses a nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery system. The key to properly using a NiMH battery is to completely discharge it. This is different than your cellphone battery which is a Lithium Ion battery.

When the light comes on your tooth brush telling you to recharge it, disregard it. Keep using it. I find that the toothbrush is completely usable for at least another week after the toothbrush starts to flash. Furthermore, you are conditioning the battery to hold a larger charge. Battery conditioning is extremely important for NiMH batteries.
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The Essence/E-series uses a nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery system. The key to properly using a NiMH battery is to completely discharge it. This is different than your cellphone battery which is a Lithium Ion battery.

When the light comes on your tooth brush telling you to recharge it, disregard it. Keep using it. I find that the toothbrush is completely usable for at least another week after the toothbrush starts to flash. Furthermore, you are conditioning the battery to hold a larger charge. Battery conditioning is extremely important for NiMH batteries.
Thanks, I've always used the toothbrush until it literally stops working. That's my prompt to recharge it. I think the issue has more to do with the batteries themselves nearing the end of their useful life, rather than the way I'm managing the discharge/recharge cycle.
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I too have used the Essence for years. ... So I finally bit and bought the one in this deal from Costco. It's just as powerful as the Essence.
Quote from Leonidas View Post :
These cheap Sonicares are definitely a step down. ... Recently bought this new one for my wife. Huge difference. The new one feels significantly weaker.
OK so it's either just as powerful or significantly weaker. Confused This is exactly the attribute I'm trying to nail down. Anyone else?
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I have an E-series from 2001 that I have replaced the battery in. It's been going strong for 15 years! Here's a video if you are ok with a soldering iron And are feeling a bit adventurous. Probably took 20-30 minutes. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oHSprBk6X_U
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is this suitable for a 9 year old? thanks!
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What is the difference between the HX6211/30 and HX6211/04? The last 2 numbers seem to be a different color of the same model but these 2 are the same color. Are they different somehow?
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