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Philips Sonicare HX6902/02 FlexCare Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush with standard two-pin bathroom socket

by Philips

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  • Two minute Quadpacer interval timer and long lasting battery - up to 10 days
  • Item comes with standard two-pin bathroom socket. It can also be used in three-pin wall sockets via a converter. Converter not included.
  • Proven to give you whiter teeth in just two weeks
  • Sonicare dynamic action effectively reaches deep between teeth and along the gum line
  • Three brushing modes: clean, massage and sensitive and three timer options
  • Two minute Quadpacer interval timer and long lasting battery - up to 10 days
  • Recommended brand of power toothbrushes by dental professionals
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Product Description

Product Description

From the makers of the recommended power toothbrush brand by dental professionals, Philips Sonicare introduces the FlexCare rechargeable sonic toothbrush. FlexCare removes more plaque than a manual toothbrush and even more than Sonicare Elite.

FlexCare - three brushing modes and two personalised cleaning routines

The Philips Sonicare FlexCare toothbrush's 31,000 brush strokes per minute guarantee effective and efficient oral care. Built for your individual oral care needs, FlexCare offers three different cleaning modes and two routines to enhance your brushing experience.

3 Flexible brushing modes

Three flexible brushing modes

(i) Clean--for maximum cleaning efficacy

(ii) Sensitive--for those with sensitive teeth and gums

(iii) Massage--to stimulate gums with an invigorating and pulsing motion

Two personalised cleaning routines

(i) Go Care--if you want a quick clean, then this routine is specifically designed to cater to your needs. The one-minute Go Care brushing cycle in clean mode ensures you get an optimum clean in just one minute.

(ii) Max Care--if you want to offer that extra care to your teeth, then the three-minute Max Care cycle provides an extended care routine.

Quardpacer - Rechargeable Brush

Quadpacer

This 30-second interval timer encourages thorough brushing of each quadrant of your mouth. The Quadpacer feature beeps at 30-second intervals during the two-minute brushing period, telling you when to move the toothbrush to the next section, thus making sure that you brush all sections of your mouth evenly and thoroughly. It takes the guesswork out of when to move the brush from the outside of the teeth to the inside, and from the upper teeth to the lower teeth.

Smart body

ProResults brush head: two contoured brush heads

The Philips Sonicare HX6902/02 FlexCare toothbrush is clinically proven to remove significantly more plaque than Sonicare Elite and manual toothbrushes. It is specially designed for a better fit with your mouth. The brush's contour-fit head, wider bristle range and broader sweeping motion provide better tooth coverage. It ensures you can reach the contours of your mouth and clean the areas that others can't. It provides better plaque removal and a comfort-enhanced brushing experience.

The standard size is ideal for complete cleaning, while the compact size provides precision cleaning.

Remember to replace your brush head at least every three months for optimal results.

Smart Timer

Smartimer

This two-minute timer helps ensure you brush for the full two minutes recommended by dental professionals. The Smartimer automatically stops your Sonicare toothbrush after two minutes have elapsed. If you switch the toothbrush off at any time during the brushing cycle, for instance to rinse or apply more toothpaste, the Smartimer interrupts its timing and resumes where it left off when you switch the appliance back on again.

Although a two-minute brushing session is recommended for optimal results, you can always stop or restart the toothbrush at any time by pressing the power button. When the handle is placed in the charger, the Smartimer automatically resets to ensure a complete two-minute brushing cycle the next time you use it. The Smartimer also resets itself if you stop your Sonicare toothbrush for more than 45 seconds.

Charger

Multi-voltage compact travel charger

A compact multi-voltage charger lets you enjoy FlexCare while you're on the go.

Worldwide plug

This toothbrush comes with a worldwide two-pin plug for use in standard two-pin bathroom sockets. It can also be used in three-pin wall sockets via a converter. Converter not included.

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Cleaning modes
1. Clean
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2. Clean & White
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-
Yes
Yes
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
3. White
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-
-
-
-
-
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Yes
4. Polish
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-
-
-
-
-
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Yes
5. Gum Care
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-
-
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Yes
Yes
Yes
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6. Sensitive
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
-
-
Yes
Intensity Settings
-
-
-
-
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3- low, medium, high
3- low, medium, high
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Features
Plaque removal efficiency
Better plaque removal than manual brushing
2 x more plaque than manual brushing
2 x more plaque than manual brushing
2 x more plaque than manual brushing
2 x more plaque than manual brushing
7 x more between teeth than manual brushing
7 x more between teeth than manual brushing
7 x more between teeth than manual brushing
Easy Start Program
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2 minute timer
Yes
Yes
Yes
3 timer programs: 1 minute GoCare, 2 minute Normal, 3 minute MaxCare
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Quadropacer interval timer
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Usage time on a full charge
14 x 2-minute brushings OR 1 week
42 x 2-minute brushings OR 3 weeks
42 x 2-minute brushings OR 3 weeks
42 x 2-minute brushings OR 3 weeks
20 x 2-minute brushings OR 10 days
42 x 2-minute brushings OR 3 weeks
42 x 2-minute brushings OR 3 weeks
42 x 2-minute brushings OR 3 weeks
Brush speed per minute
Up to 15,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute
Pressure Sensor
-
-
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
-
Low battery indicator
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Accessories
UV BrushHead Sanitiser
-
-
-
-
-
-
Yes
-
Travel Case
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
USB Travel Charger and Case
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-
-
-
-
-
-
Yes
Conductive glass charger
-
-
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-
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Yes
Brush head supplied
1 x ProResults standard
HX6511/43 - 1 x DiamondClean standard
HX6511/44 - 1 x Senstive standard
HX6511/50 - 1 x ProResults standard
1 x ProResults standard
1 x ProResults standard 1 x ProResults mini
1 x ProResults standard 1 x ProResults mini
1 x InterCare standard 1 x InterCare mini
1 x InterCare standard 1 x InterCare mini
1 x DiamondClean standard 1 x DiamondClean mini
Brush head compatible
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
JaProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean
ProResults, Sensitive, InterCare, DiamondClean

Box Contains

  • 1x Handle
  • 1 x ProResults standard brush head
  • 1 x ProResults mini brush head
  • 1 x Soft travel case
  • Charger

  • Product Information

    Weight25 Grams
    BrandPhilips
      
    Additional Information
    ASINB000UUZ2PS
    Best Sellers Rank 24,078 in Health & Personal Care (See top 100)
    Shipping Weight558 g
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    Date First Available13 Sept. 2007
      
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    Customer Reviews

    4.1 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By DaveW on 9 Sept. 2010
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    The Philips Sonicares are great toothbrushes. If you haven't used one before then you'll be amazed at how clean and polished your teeth feel and how much more healthy your gums are. You do need to get used to using them though, so that you don't accidentally change the setting while you are brushing. You also need to get used to using very light pressure to get the best advantage of the sonic technology and also avoid wearing out the replaceable heads too quickly. The biggest drawback though is reliability. I had one of the original and now unfortunately obsolete Sonicare toothbrushes with the moving parts in the replaceable head and that lasted for years without a problem. The new range has the major moving parts in the handle and there seems to be the flaw. In the two year warranty period the first brush failed after a few weeks, the replacement failed after a year or so and the second replacement failed a few weeks before the warranty expired. On the second replacement Philips made comments to the effect that they don't usually replace more than once on warranty but would do so in my case as a special concession. Quite unreasonable I thought - a warranty is a warranty and you'd expect the thing to last at least two years for the price. These failures weren't the on/off button problem that has been reported, the handle just stopped working altogether. Except for an automated acknowledgement, I haven't heard back from Philips about the third claim and I doubt that I will now but life's too short to keep chasing toothbrush warranty claims. The brush is so good that I've bought another and will follow the warranty up as necessary.Read more ›
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    50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Big H on 4 Mar. 2008
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    Had an older sonicare toothbrush (about 3 yas old), which at the time i thought was superb....... then i bought this. Its unbelievable. I wondered whether it would be worth the money, and it is. After every time i use it im amazed at how clean my teeth feel. My whole mouth just feels great.
    If you've never bought & sonic toothbrush & especially a sonicare one from phillips i strongly reccomend you to get this as its superb !
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. Livingstone on 20 Oct. 2012
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    It stopped working after 11 months, So did the last one. Not exactly value for money. Might try a different model next time.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alan D on 12 Feb. 2013
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    This was the second Sonicare toothbrush ordered from Amazon. The first, ordered in Jan 2009, died of a failed battery after about 2 years, but was a good toothbrush, while it lasted.

    This one lasted about 13 months, during which time it worked well, until the main shaft seemed to break and the brush waggled about as though on a rubber stick. This time, I contacted Phillips, on advice of Amazon. A replacement was sent FOC, and the broken one went to Phillips.

    Number three worked fine, until it died a few days ago. Either the battery failed again, or something was wrong with the switch, but it did not seem to charge properly (on two different chargers), and only worked for brief periods (5 seconds to 1 minute), when it felt like it.

    I am not replacing this one with another Phillips, and am expecting delivery today of A N Other brand.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Squirrel Nutkin on 14 Nov. 2010
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    Better than my last Sonicare as gunk doesn't leak through into battery space. I'm glad I read a review on here of a similar Sonicare toothbrush before I started using this one - that way I started using it on the sensitive setting - one reviewer had been left with seriously sensitive teeth after using another Sonicare toothrush on the whitening setting. The sensitive setting is fine for me - although I don't have paricularly sensitive teeth, I'm concerned not to wear away the enamel through toothrush damage - this can happen more as you get older - with receding gums, more of the tooth below the gumline (that doesn't have such hard enamel on it) is exposed. It performs fine in terms of battery life and little travel pouch for travelling is useful. It's comfotable to hold and easy to use. So all fine, but stick to the sensitive setting.
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    45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Flaneur on 19 Jan. 2012
    Like others who have reviewed the HX6902, I have no complaints regarding the effectiveness of the brush. It does a great job cleaning teeth and gums, and the entire product is beautifully designed. However.... as several (including myself) have discovered, the Sonicare brush is more than likely to pack up within a couple of years (or less in some instances) meaning you need to fork out for another expensive replacement. In my case it looks like the battery has failed meaning it no longer charges. I also noticed like others that the strength of the motor does deteriorate over time. Ultimately the pitiful product life effectively works out as the equivalent of spending >£50 a year on toothbrushes - or the equivalent of buying a new "manual" toothbrush one a week. Some (myself included) might regard as excessive. I do find it staggering that a global consumer electronics giant such as Philips have not bothered to sort out these issue, even after several years of production. It isn't exactly like solving nuclear fusion. But then again, the cynic in me suspects this is actually "planned" obsolescence - and Philips is quite happy for it to fail soon after it is out of warranty. Regardless- hard to recommend anyone buy this product, as effective as it maybe. Very disappointing.
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