|From the makers of the number one recommended power toothbrush brand by dental professionals, Philips Sonicare introduces the FlexCare rechargeable sonic toothbrush, the most advanced power toothbrush ever. Featuring new innovative technology, 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.
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 a perfect 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.
This 30-second interval timer encourages thorough brushing of each quadrant of your mouth.
Two contoured brush heads
The standard size is ideal for complete cleaning, while the compact size provides precision cleaning.
This two-minute timer helps ensure you brush for the full two minutes recommended by dental professionals.
Multi-voltage compact travel charger
A compact multi-voltage charger lets you enjoy FlexCare while you're on the go.
|ProResults brush head--designed for a better fit |
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.
Philip’s Smartimer® technology encourages dentist-recommended two-minute brushing time
Your Philips HX6902/10 Sonicare toothbrush comes with a Smartimer, which encourages two-minute brushing as recommended by dental professionals. The Smartimer automatically stops your Sonicare toothbrush after the dentist-recommended brushing time of two minutes has 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.
Philip’s Quadpacer® 30-second interval timer encourages even brushing
Philips Sonicare HX6902/02 FlexCare toothbrush's 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. The Quadpacer 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.
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.
The FlexCare comes with a two-year warranty, but remember to replace your brush head at least every three months for optimal results.
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