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Costco has BLACK Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Brush Heads w/$10 off! ($40/6pk)

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Black brush heads never go on sale at Coscto, my friends, and are rarely on sale otherwise, except... now!

6pk for $40 [costco.com]

(looks like the white ones are OOS)
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I didn't know whey even had Black brushes!
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These or should I just order cheap ones from amazon (something like this https://www.amazon.com/Replacement-Toothbrush-ProResults-DiamondClean-HealthyWhite/dp/B00NN07IMW/ref... [amazon.com])
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The new Adaptive Clean brush heads are so much better it's not even funny.

http://m.costco.com/Philips-Sonic...82643.html
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The new Adaptive Clean brush heads are so much better it's not even funny.

http://m.costco.com/Philips-Sonic...82643.html
How so? are you speaking from actual experience or going by the item description?
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The new Adaptive Clean brush heads are so much better it's not even funny.

http://m.costco.com/Philips-Sonic...82643.html
Wow fantastic advice. Use my diamond clean and love it but never heard of these brush heads. I'll try them out, thanks for the tip
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How so? are you speaking from actual experience or going by the item description?
Let me put it this way. I bought a Diamondclean a few years back and gave it away a few weeks later BECAUSE of the ridiculously undersized brushes it came with. I picked up a new one from Best Buy in one of the recent pre-Christmas deals BECAUSE of this new brush. It's revelatory, and my teeth have never been cleaner. I've finally switched for good from my Braun (high-end one, too).

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Wow fantastic advice. Use my diamond clean and love it but never heard of these brush heads. I'll try them out, thanks for the tip
I think you'll like them a lot. Smilie
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Let me put it this way. I bought a Diamondclean a few years back and gave it away a few weeks later BECAUSE of the ridiculously undersized brushes it came with. I picked up a new one from Best Buy in one of the recent pre-Christmas deals BECAUSE of this new brush. It's revelatory, and my teeth have never been cleaner. I've finally switched for good from my Braun (high-end one, too).



I think you'll like them a lot. Smilie
Good to know; giving these a shot. Cheers Which model toothbrush are you using with these since you mentioned it?
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are these soft or firm bristles?
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This is a great price......just got 2 at Target on sale (sale and coupon at Target came out to about $10 a head.....) This comes out to about $7 per brush head.....and that includes shipping....and you don't have to be a Costco member it seems.
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The new Adaptive Clean brush heads are so much better it's not even funny.

http://m.costco.com/Philips-Sonic...82643.html
Interesting. Looks more like the old screw on type heads they had on older models. I always thought the new diamond clean heads weren't as good as the older style ones.
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This is a great price......just got 2 at Target on sale (sale and coupon at Target came out to about $10 a head.....) This comes out to about $7 per brush head.....and that includes shipping....and you don't have to be a Costco member it seems.
Non members still have to pay the 5% surcharge. Items restricted to members only is entirely different.
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Best Buy has the 2-pack black DiamondClean brush heads in-store for $11.99. Use a $5 coupon from the Phillips website and they come down to $6.99 for a 2-pack.
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