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- The Sonicare device is dynamically balanced to function with a brush head in your mouth. In some cases, the handle may be very loud without a brush head, particularly in Sensitive or Massage modes. However, with a brush head attached, the noise level is normal. This change in sound does not adversely affect the device performance.
Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush with Pro-Results Brush Head (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) - HX6511/50
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- Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
- Easy-start programme eases you into using an electric toothbrush
- 2 weeks battery life on a full charge
- Inbuilt smart-timer signals when your dentist recommended 2 minutes of brushing are up
- Our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers
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Philips Sonicare EasyClean Electric Toothbrush – ProResults Brush Head
Philips Sonicare EasyClean uses our unique sonic technology which drives fluid deep between teeth along with our specially designed brush heads to gently but effectively remove plaque in-between teeth and along the gum line. Simply brush with our Philips Sonicare EasyClean and remove up to 2 times more plaque than using a manual toothbrush.
If this will be your first electric toothbrush or Philips Sonicare then our easy-start programme gently increases power over the first 14 uses to ease you into the Philips Sonicare electric toothbrush experience. It’s inbuilt quadpacer 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.
Removes 2x More Plaque*
Patented Sonic Technology removes up to 2x more plaque *vs a manual toothbrush.
Dynamic Sonic Action
Our unique dynamic action gently and effectively reaches deep between teeth and along the gum line.
Angled Brush Neck
The uniquely angled neck of this toothbrush head makes it easier to reach back teeth, removing plaque in those hard-to-reach areas.
Gently increases power over the first 14 uses to ease you into the Philips Sonicare electric toothbrush experience.
Quadpacer & Smart-Timer
Quadpacer alerts you when to move on to each section of your mouth while our Smartimer signals when your total time is up.
Safe and Gentle
Our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers.
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|Key benefit||Deep clean for a whiter, healthier smile||Whiter teeth in one week||Improve gum health up to 100%||Remove 2x more plaque||Remove 2x more plaque|
|Number of modes||5||2||1||1||1|
|Number of brush heads||1||1||1||1||1|
|Battery life||3 weeks||3 weeks||3 weeks||2 weeks||10 days|
|Ways of charging||2: Smart USB charged travel case / charging puck||1||1||1||1|
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My 4 year old OralB was starting to get a little tired with poor battery life and no matter which head I used it seemed to struggle with my teeth at times.
I saw a version of this in Boots (HX6511/50) which being a slightly higher number should be better, but it turns out the main body is exactly the same but this model has a DiamondClean brush head instead of the normal brush head - it then dropped in price and was cheaper than Boots so I bought one.
The packaging is all recycleable with no annoying plastic to peel off or break into with the skill of a safe cracker, instead the box is easy to open and contains the main body, diamondclean brush (inc plastic cap), charger and instruction manual/warranty information.
Having used an electric brush for years, the first thing I did was disable the easy start that is programmed by default - this is a 14 day ease you into using it setting, basically it lowers the intensity of the vibrations and gently increases them over 14 days until you reach full power, to disable it hold the power button for a couple of seconds until you hear a single beep, to turn it back on, hold it again until you hear a double beep.
With all toothbrushes, the first time you use it, you teeth feel very clean, well several days in and its still the same, smooth feeling, clean looking teeth and gums.
Now all the major brushes have a 2 minute timer broken down into 30 seconds segments (one for each 1/4 of your mouth) - the OralB 30 second timer was odd, the first 30 seconds was only 20 seconds, the breaks between the segments were so small you could miss them easily. The sonicare is a defined break and each segment is 30 seconds.
The only downside lf this compared to the OralB is the brush heads are quite a bit more expensive, but they do last twice as long (6 months vs 3 months) and are often found on offer in places.
The initial charge lasted over 6 weeks!! which compared to the usual 5/6 days I was getting with my Oral B was amazing.
I decided to see what sort of battery was fitted to my old unit, it has a Li-ion Battery fitted, so presumably this has the same type but lower mAh.
Lithium batteries do not like to be drained fully and have no problem been topped up, so in my view keeping the unit on its charger is a plus as it shuts off when done. The unit will have a system to stop the Li-ion battery getting too low to damage the battery, just be sure to recharge when it warns you to, don't keep trying to get the last bit of power out of it.
The reason my old brush packed up was the ingress of water that has seeped out of the brush head in to the unit as the o ring seal inside the casing had worn a little due to the small limescale deposits that seem to collect under the brush base and the unit.
I have deiced to remove the brush head after each use and dry the unit as this should stop the same thing happening with this one, I think this may be the reason some people have brushes pack up on them after just a few months.
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A full charge also lasts a few days which makes it perfect for travel. I have also noticed that you need lesser toothpaste when you use this brush. This was my first experience with an electronic toothbrush and I am very pleased indeed. For those who worry that this is gimmicky fear not, it does make a tangible difference to your brushing. I also like that there is a prompt telling you when you need to move to a different quadrant of your mouth. If you are a first time user I recommend this entry level brush because it does a very good job and so I really don't see a need to break the bank of more expensive models. For those buying in the UK, please note that the plug is a European Model plug.
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