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Philips Sonicare Power Up Electric Toothbrush - Pink
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- Recommended by dental professionals
- Designed to be as easy to use as a manual toothbrush, but removes more plaque
- Sonicare dynamic action effectively reaches deep between teeth and along the gumline
- Safe for use with braces and dental restorations
- 2 minute timer encourages thorough brushing
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Sonicare PowerUp Pink HX3130/02 Rechargeable Toothbrush
Philips Sonicare PowerUp Pink HX3130 sonic electric toothbrush ideal cleaning versus a manual toothbrush. Sonicare's patented sonic technology drives fluid between the teeth and along the gumline to give better plaque removal than a manual toothbrush. The ProResults brush head provides a comfort-enhanced brushing experience and ideal plaque removal.
Why Choose Sonicare?
Taking good care of your teeth and mouth is essential, because your oral health can directly affect your overall health. While it doesn't mean you should say goodbye to the dentist's chair forever, an effective daily routine, using a good toothbrush, such as a Sonicare, will help. Our brushes provide better plaque removal in hard-to-reach areas thanks to the patented sonic technology (15,000 brush strokes/minute). This delivers a gentle and dynamic cleaning action that drives fluid deep between teeth and along the gum-line to help prevent the development of gum disease and improve gum health in just two weeks.
Preferred by Dental Professionals
91 per cent of dental professional parent prefer Philips Sonicare for Kids for their own children. The Philips Sonicare brand is one of the leader in oral health care and is backed by more than 140 publications and abstracts representing clinical and laboratory studies conducted at more than 40 universities and research institutes worldwide. Philips electric toothbrushes are proven to promote and improve oral health, from reducing plaque build-up to improving overall gum health. They have also demonstrated the ability to increase patient compliance to oral health and hygiene regimens between dental visits. Over 22 million users worldwide testify to the ideal experience of using Philips Sonicare toothbrushes. Philips Sonicare is recommended by dental professionals.
Dynamic Sonic Cleaning Action
Sonicare's dynamic cleaning action drives fluid between the teeth, effectively cleaning every surface, even between the teeth and along the gumline, for a difference you can see and feel.
Clinically Proven Safe and Gentle
Your Sonicare is safe to use on: braces (brush heads wear out sooner when used on braces), dental restorations (fillings, crowns and veneers) and periodontal pockets.
Two Size Brush Heads Available
1- Standard brush head: For focused cleaning in areas of special need.
2- Mini brush head: For orthodontic patients and those with smaller mouths.
ProResults brush heads
Equipped with the ProResults head, the PowerUp has a familiar brushing motion and brush head shape of a manual toothbrush, but with the cleaning power of over 15,000 strokes per minute.
Reminder bristles gradually fade, indicating when it's time to replace brush heads.
Two-minute timer automatically tracks brushing time, ensuring recommended brushing regime is followed and turns the toothbrush off when brushing is complete.
Long Battery Life
One full week of use on a single full charge or 14 x two-minute brushings.
Clean - the standard mode for a whole mouth clean.
In order to get the most out of your Sonicare's battery life, it is essential that you charge it for 24 hours before first use.
Philips Sonicare in home survey of U.S. dental professionals with children ages 4-10
1 x HX3130/02 handle and brush head
1 x charger
1 x user manual
2 year guarantee
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Top Customer Reviews
The colour of this is obviously aimed at the younger and probably female end of the market. I mainly use Philips Sonicare HX9172/10 FlexCare Platinum Rechargeable Toothbrush with UV Sanitizer which has a bit more beef about it and comes with the sanitising unit. That of course is a lot more expensive but has been worth the money.
Most electric toothbrushes ( and this is no exception) come with a shaver style plug so they can be plugged in the bathroom (three pin mains sockets are not permitted in bathroom under regulations) and if you want to keep in in your bedroom or if you have no shaver socket the you will need an adapter such as Shaving Adaptor/PLug UK Standard and there are many choices around
In the box you will find the brush, a charger and one brush head, look out for subscribe and save for the replacement brushes, these can be expensive and I find don't need replacing quite as often as they say but I trust how it feels and change mine when the bristle start feeling soft or the clean not so good which is about every couple of months.
This lasted the whole week of testing on one overnight charge so battery does seem to last and not compromised by the cheap price.
First impressions on opening box: too much pointless packaging. Brush feels very heavy. Head is very small.
Using the brush 1 – Charging: First off, this requires a shaver socket, or the additional expense of an adaptor. When the whole lot is plugged in there is no LED on the brush or charger to show that there is power going to the brush. So I was uncertain if it was charging or not. I gave it 3 hours charging, and after 15 or so minutes run time it still seems to be charged up.
Using the brush 2 – Cleaning teeth: The brush is quite heavy at the motor end, and awkwardly balanced making it a little difficult to manoeuvre around. The head is very small and you need to move it around a lot to cover one tooth. The vibration (15 K a minute claimed by the manufacturer) feels odd on the rest of the mouth. It cleans teeth OK, but they don’t feel any different to after a good manual brushing. The rest of my mouth, where it had contacted the back of the vibrating head, felt unpleasantly numbed. I wonder what the chances of getting vibrational white finger (or in my case white tongue and lip) are?
Pros: Cleans teeth OK. Holds charge well.
Cons: Could do with a standard plug for more general use. Really needs a charging LED. Heads wear out quickly and are expensive to replace.
Overall 3 stars. I am not so enamoured of it that I will throw away the manual brush just yet.
So preening away with one of these tiny heads whirling in my mouth has always felt like I'm not truly doing the job.
Anyway I've been giving this one a go and doing a bit of a compare and contrast with the Oral-B Pro 600 CrossAction Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush to see which I'd prefer. Clearly I'm not a dentist (no really I hear you say) but after giving this one a bit of a run out I'm somewhat converted to the cause and even getting use to the idea that the purpose of brushing may not be to entirely immolate your molars. It's reasonably comfortable to hold and once I got used to it I was a bit more relaxed about the idea that I don't have to exert furious pressure on my fangs to deliver the desired result. Plus it also appears to have helped on the bleeding gums front which is something of a bonus.
In the end, my personal preference would be for the Sonicare just because of the more conventionally shaped head. Which is more effective at plaque removal is a question I can't answer but both feel as though they're doing a solid job and getting in amongst the molars. Feature-wise the two minute timer is a pretty handy thing because I tend to switch off when I'm brushing (and wake up five hours later with a mouthful of foam wondering where the day has gone). Likewise the reminder bristles are pretty useful as I do tend to use my brushes till they fall apart in my hand. The battery life appears pretty solid and but for the pink trim which threatens my sexuality I'm pretty pleased with the Sonicare.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quite a large handle.... doesn,t have timing/ movement alarm. A basic brush but ok for the moneyPublished 1 month ago by Karen H
Bought this for my daughter for Christmas (age 11). Really good value and easy to use. The battery lasts ages.Published 1 month ago by Kitkat
Bit noisy, having said that, my teeth feel lovely and clean, far superior to a conventional tooth brushPublished 2 months ago by jane elizabeth roebuck