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Hi, this is my second Sonicare toothbrush and I used to only buy the origanals from Philips at considerable cost. In January 2015 I bought a pack of 20 heads on Amazon sold by a company called Oliver James. These retail at £16.95 for 20 and I used to pay £25 for THREE from Philips! My wife and I share the Sonicare hand… see more Hi, this is my second Sonicare toothbrush and I used to only buy the origanals from Philips at considerable cost. In January 2015 I bought a pack of 20 heads on Amazon sold by a company called Oliver James. These retail at £16.95 for 20 and I used to pay £25 for THREE from Philips! My wife and I share the Sonicare handle so we use 2 heads at a time. Now, nearly a year later, I still have 6 heads left and we change them as soon as they start to look worn. These from Oliver James last just as long as the Philips originals. Hope this helps. see less
By A. Morrison on 03 January 2016
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Mine must be an older model, I don't have these buttons, sorry x
By ahs on 19 November 2014
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The overall set is still pretty light, if you are going to use it for travelling it comes with a small case for the power unit & brush head & a very small travel charger, which is all very light. Hope this helps, I think this Kit is really good.
By Mr. Peter Hubble on 28 January 2016
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Time to fork out and buy a new one (again) - one day I will revert to a manual!!!
By RJS on 26 January 2015
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If you have the true Philips Sonicare the heads of the bristles are not required the turn as in the case of the Oral B series where the whole of the head rotates. Sonicare acts as ultrasonic waves that removes plaque from your teeth by intense vibration and you move your brush head all around the teeth which in clean m… see more If you have the true Philips Sonicare the heads of the bristles are not required the turn as in the case of the Oral B series where the whole of the head rotates. Sonicare acts as ultrasonic waves that removes plaque from your teeth by intense vibration and you move your brush head all around the teeth which in clean mode removes the plaque, you should have other modes to do different applications such as massage gums and the teeth this keeps your gums and teeth in a better condition which is what your dentist wants to see. see less
By Marrat Pics on 22 October 2014
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Mine remains on for a short time then goes out but shows when recharging. Are you drying it before putting back on the charger?
By Dave Justice on 10 July 2015
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Yes, you can. I have veneers and have used Philips Sonicare for the past 7 years and getting a new one this week.
By Mr M. on 31 March 2014
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The vibration is part of the cleaning process. Keep it up and you will get the regard of clean teeth.
By DrSid on 02 May 2015
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