Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 3rd Generation Electric Toothbrush, Pink Edition (UK 2-pin Bathroom Plug with USB Travel Charger)
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
- Philips Sonicare's most elegant electric toothbrush just got better
- NEW AdaptiveClean brush head removes up to 10x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
- NEW Deep Clean mode offers an extended 3-minute brushing time for an effortless deep clean
- Improves gum health in only two weeks compared to a manual toothbrush
- Bespoke charging puck and stylish USB charging travel case
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Legal DisclaimerUnless expressly indicated in the product description, Amazon.co.uk is not the manufacturer of the products sold on our website. While we work to ensure that product information on our website is correct, manufacturers may alter their product information. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than shown on our website. You should always read the labels, warnings and instructions provided with the product before using or consuming it and not solely rely on the information presented on our website. If you have any specific product queries, please contact the manufacturer. This notice does not affect your legal rights.
Philips Sonicare's best whitening in our most elegant sonic electric toothbrush. Switch to Philips Sonicare.
1 x DiamondClean Handle; 1 x AdaptiveClean Brush head; 1 x Glass charger 1 x Travel case; 1 x USB travel charger
From the manufacturer
The Philips Sonicare brand is one of the leaders 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. Over 22 million enthusiastic users worldwide testify to the great experience of using Philips Sonicare toothbrushes.
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Deep Clean HX9361/62
From the sonic toothbrush brand recommended by dental professionals worldwide, comes the most stylish toothbrush yet. Philips DiamondClean toothbrush is finished in sleek matte pink ceramic, with hidden led controls. The simple, elegant design is highlighted from within by lights that glow and fade when not in use, for a sleek, minimalist look.
Not only is the DiamondClean the most stylish toothbrush on offer but it delivers unbeatable performance. Now with Deep Clean mode for an invigorating clean, the AdaptiveClean brush head will remove up to 10 times more plaque and achieve healthier gums in just two weeks compared to a manual toothbrush. With Philips Sonicare DiamondClean, you’ll experience a thorough yet gentle clean that delivers clinically proven results.
10x Plaque Removal*
DiamondClean is clinically proven to remove up to 10 times more plaque in hard-to-reach areas *than a manual toothbrush.
Better Naturally Whiter Teeth
Daily use of the White mode with the addition of DiamondClean’s speciality whitening brush head you can achieve teeth that are noticeably whiter in just one week.
Most adults suffer from gum disease at some point in their lives. Thankfully, DiamondClean is clinically proven to improve gum health in just two weeks.
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, veneers) and periodontal pockets.
5 Cleaning Modes
Personalise your clean with 5 different cleaning modes: Clean, White, Sensitive, Gum Care and Deep Clean.
Adaptive Clean Brush Head
Cleaning hard-to-reach trouble spots just got a lot easier. Our AdaptiveClean brush head enables four times more surface contact compared to our DiamondClean brush head.
Two-minute timer automatically tracks brushing time, ensuring recommended brushing regime is followed and turns the toothbrush off when brushing is complete.
Quadpacer Interval Timer
30 seconds interval timer indicates when you have completed each quadrant of your mouth and signals for you to move on, resulting in more consistent cleaning throughout your mouth.
|Philips EasyClean HX6511/50||Philips 3 series Gum Health HX6631/13||Philips HealthyWhite+ HX8911/04||Philips FlexCare Platinum connected HX9191/06||Philips DiamondClean Deep Clean HX9361/62|
|Key benefit||Remove 3x more plaque||Improve gum health up to 100%||Whiter teeth in one week||Healthier gums in two weeks||Deep Clean for a whiter, healthier smile|
|Bluetooth with app||-||-||-||✓||-|
|Number of modes||1||1||2||4||5|
|Number of intensities||1||3||3||3||1|
|Dynamic cleaning action drives fluid between teeth||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Ways of charging||1||1||1||1||2 (smart USB charged travel case; charging puck)|
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
1. One button isn't enough and it's annoying to not be able to switch on and off without going through the cycle of modes - also looks like it'll get filled with limescale as there's a gap around it.
2. The travel case uses a very old style mini usb not the micro usb that is common to most android phones. So another cable to carry around. Last saw this connector on a digital camera from 2005 so seems an odd choice.
3. Brush cover doesn't fit in the travel case which is just silly for a few mm more space.
Note that the usb charger supplied has a European 2 pin plug but that makes sense for travel. Meanwhile the main charger is the usual 2 pin bathroom plug.
It'll probably fail within 2 years like every other sonicare I've had but Phillips have always been good at sending replacements quickly.
(Do yourself a favour and buy yourself a Tung brush, some Tung Gel, and a tongue scraper and if you're feeling flush, a good oral irrigator whilst you purchase this.)
The finest cleaning machine for your teeth with a couple of minor tweaks that could be/should be introduced.
1) Handle's button is prone to sticking once limescale starts to form. Make sure you keep an eye on it (either some distilled white vinegar or dabbing some bathroom cleaner and leaving for a few minutes but at unknown cost to the plastic)
2) Travel charging case is very useful as it charges off USB so with a powerbank, you can charge whilst on the go. Case should be slightly redesigned internally to allow you to accommodate the brush plus its cover to reduce soiling of the case. Make sure you position the cleaning head fully vertically or you run the risk of bending some of the brush's bristles which impacts cleaning efficiency.
3) 'Glass' puck charging base not as convenient as its predecessor, because you need to dock the brush accurately. However, that extra second or two of concentration does eliminate the possibility of mispositioning the brush (as you could very easily within the glass beaker) only to find it hadn't aligned correctly with the charging circuit in the base to allow it to charge. Works fine if you have the previous charger/beaker setup.
4) Not convinced on the new AdaptiveClean toothbrush head it's supplied with. Predecessor was supplied with DiamondClean heads which were a revelation at the time. Thankfully you can use previously purchased brush heads as the unit's shaft is identical. Brush prices could do with a reduction. You hear me Philips?
5) Would be great if Philips designed a brush main unit that could be serviceable. Plenty of YouTube videos demonstrating how people swap out an expended rechargeable battery, but I think the RRP price of this brush should mean that the unit is designed to either last close to a decade, or at least be user serviceable. Lots of reports of brush units failing after two years - I too can vouch for that. As I've had three in the last 10 years. Not what you can call reliable. Make sure you don't drop it on bathroom tiling. If it lands head down on the brush shaft - get ready to buy another one.
The replacement heads are expensive, too. It can cost around £35 for 4 heads. They do last up to 3 months each, but are still significantly more expensive than a regular toothbrush. It can also be quite confusing to buy the heads you want, as there are so many variations. And there are various complaints in Amazon reviews about replacement heads being of poor quality or even counterfeit. Philips really needs to work with Amazon to sort this out.
One of my biggest gripes is the time it takes to recharge. Over 24 hours is ridiculous really in this day and age. The charge does last 3 or 4 weeks but really it shouldn’t take more than 3 or 4 hours to charge.
Another negative point is that, unlike some rival brushes, it isn’t pressure sensitive, and doesn’t “cut off” if you apply too much pressure. Too much pressure can easily cause gum damage and increased sensitivity. A good tip is to hold the brush just with your fingertips to avoid using too much pressure. But it would be better if the brush helped with this.
Overall I don’t think it’s worth the money. I don’t think it’s significantly better, for example, than the battery-operated Oral B Advance Power Toothbrush, which is available on Amazon for around £7.50, less than the price of a replacement head for the Philips!
Most recent customer reviews