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Philips Sonicare HX6013/16 ProResults Standard Toothbrush Heads 3-Pack
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
on 17 May 2011
My dentist recommended that I purchase a Philips Sonicare toothbrush last year. You can see the difference this has made to my teeth and gums and my dentist was very impressed with the results at my last dental checkup. As you receive only one toothbrush head with the toothbrush I needed to order a replacement. Buying the 3-pack is a really good deal. You can set up an automatic reorder which is delivered to your door every 6 months if you wish without having to reorder. The price is obviously cheaper by doing this. The brush heads need replacing approximately every 3 months, but if you are like me and can't remember when you last changed it, the dark blue bristles at the top of the head turn white. I would definately recommend this product.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 26 August 2013
I have always been very happy with these brush heads. However, I am amazed at the price change from £11.17 in May of this year to £17.80 for the next delivery. I have cancelled the delivery and will have to think carefully about the future. Almost £6 a brush head? Come off it!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 16 February 2012
I used to have a problem with overscrubbing with a manual toothbrush. Sonicare gets my teeth, and between my teeth, much cleaner without wear on my gums. However the cost of the brush heads is a joke. Even with the Amazon discount they come out at over four pounds each, when they must only cost pennies to make.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Recommendation is to replace brush heads every 3 months. I do not believe anyone will get 3 months use from any (manual)brush or (electric) brush head, I NEVER have.
The "reminder" bristles on my first set went white (indicating change) after ONE week. Of course I ignored this and continue to use these brush heads whilst monitoring their condition.
Having said that, the Sonicare is a wonderful toothcare gizmo and I give it 10 out of 10. Brusheads though are very expensive and it remains to be seen how economical they are as I'm still on my first set. Recommend buying your spares from Amazon as Philips' prices are astronomical - in the region of £20 for two brushes!

Just ordered replacements but went for super saver as first class was £5.01. Probably due to the excessive packaging employed by Philips! Tiny brushes in a very big box with lots of plastic packaging.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 25 April 2011
Replaced a previous electric ultrsonic brush by another manufacturer. Works VERY well and battery life far better than any previous brush.I'm totally satisfied and am sure that you will be to.
The amazon automatic brush head replacement will save money, but so far the brush head is lasting better than previous makes.
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on 2 December 2012
The shafts of the sonicare ranges have an internal weakness which makes them easy to break (my wife and I are on our third or fourth handles EACH in a five year period). And the heads definitely DO NOT last 3 months. I can begin to feel the difference in the morning when I get out of bead. When the head is a month or so old my teeth start to feel grainy in the morning (ie. they were not cleaned as well when I went to bed the night before).

My interpretation is that there are deliberate flaws in product design. The description of the range is hilarious too. It's basically nothing more than a vibrating shaft. To suggest that there is sufficient control over that vibration to justify a range of six or more different tooth brushes (some with 3 different functions) is ridiculous.

The weakness in the shaft and the under-performing replacement heads are probably all about money. If they delivered products that lasted they wouldn't make as much. Simple as that.

My advice for anyone considering buying a Phillips is to look at the cost of the brush you buy and count on repeating that payment every 18 months. Look at the cost of the heads and double or triple the suggested cost of replacements per year. Then you've got the true cost of a Phillips product.

Having said that it does clean much better than a manual brush - my dentist has commented more than once on the cleanliness of my teeth and gums. I just don't appreciate the over inflated marketing hype which - outside of marketing circles - we would simply refer to as lying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Look if you have the Philips Sonicare, you need these brushes, and I might add they are pretty good and leave you feeling you have really cleaned your teeth and hence my rating. However, the price of brush heads have gone way up. There is no reason for this apart for pure greed.Leaves me thinking well I may need to soon swop brands to bring down the overall cost, yes I will loose money as I will have needless base unit - but hey these brushes are leaving a hole my pocket and wanted to stop cavities.
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on 29 May 2013
Phillips Sonicare is a great cleaning system.

I have tried a few from Oral B and Braun which were great cleaners however found Sonicare cared for my gums a bit better as well as providing a better clean. Of course, may be that I have weaker gums than others but the action overall of the Sonicare feels more natural, i.e. more in-line with how I brush manually as I prefer the up-down action of the Sonicare to the rotary action of many other brushes.

The brush technology is also great as the heads have just the right level for firmness and flexibility.

Probably being picky in giving this 4 instead of 5 stars but I'll retract 1 star for the overall negatives :
1) The price could be lower by now, to be paying the same price for brush heads seems unusual. This is across the board so nothing to do with Amazon who consistently has the lowest prices on offer. Probably due to the success of the system.
2) I replace my core every 2.5 years as that seems to be the point at which things start going wrong.

Unlikely to try any other cleaning system in the foreseeable future......
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 4 December 2011
I used two of the heads and both of them have come apart when taking the head off the base, the packaging was intact and ok so i'm not sure if theese are seconds. I will not be buying anymore from here .
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 14 May 2012
...but you have to push / pull the toothbrush head relatively firmly to attach / detach it from the hand unit. The reason I have stressed this model is because I was struggling to find heads which explicitly said they would fit the toothbrush from the "HX6972/10 with UV sanitiser" package, so hopefully this will help any other people with that set.
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