2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare for Kids Connected Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, HX6321/02 Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare for Kids Connected Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, HX6321/02

  • Interactive free app educates and gets kids excited about brushing Exciting rewards for successful brushing sessions
  • Keep track of your kids brushing time/frequency via parents section of the app Add rewards to motivate
  • 98 percent of parents say it`s easier to get kids to brush longer and better
  • Patented sonic technology with 500 strokes per second 75 percent more effective than manual toothbrushes in hard to reach areas for better check-ups guaranteed
  • Kid timer helps ensure 2minute recommended brushing time, and kid pacer alerts the child to move to the next quadrant of the mouth to ensure a thorough cleaning

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare for Kids Connected Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, HX6321/02 Reviews

Tired of hovering over your kid while they brush? Meet Sparkly. (By Sibelius)

From a functional standpoint this is a simplified version of a Sonicare brush. There are only 2 brush modes – a low and a regular – but in terms of brush performance this unit is rated at 500 strokes per second which for all intents and purposes is the same spec as Sonicare’s top of the line ‘DiamondCare’ model rated at 31,000 strokes per minute (eg – 500’ish a second). Sure, you’re not getting the luxury of having 5+ brush modes at your disposal but the base 2 minute, full quadrant routine superbly gets the job done with a satisfying mouth feel and signature smooth finish.

The other key feature with this product is it’s bluetooth capability which is designed to effortlessly sync up with a cleverly designed app that teaches youngsters how to brush effectively and develop habitual behavior around the process which will not only free up your time in constantly supervising your kids’ every brushing session but lead to the road of better oral hygiene – a win-win for everyone involved.

The design and function of the app is better than I expected. The only current downside to the app is that it is currently limited to Apple iPad’s only – specifically 3rd gen models (the ones released in March 2012) and up. A strange limitation but I’m sure Philips will expand to Android and iPhones in due time. The app is immediately accessible and engaging and uses a mix of educational snippets and gamification loops (rewards for regular use, etc) to keep the kids coming back. The app does it’s job in keeping light, watchful supervision of the brushing process but the routine may wear itself thin after a couple of weeks so I look forward to seeing what future updated versions of the app bring.

Succeeds brilliantly where the Sonicare “unconnected” failed (By Just Trying to Help)

I use a sonicare all the time, for years. Their quality is so self evident that I’m not going to try to sell you on why you want one. You can read glowing reviews on that already. I was specifically interested in how this “connected” toothbrush would work, and I was very impressed.

I write reviews of Hardware+software combination products regularly and I often feel like I’m repeating myself, because so many of them are great hardware and weak software. But the sonicare for kids is a refreshing exception.

The sonicare for kids app works great and my 7 year old son enjoys it. It succeeds in its mission.

How do I know this? Because several years ago I bought a normal sonicare for kids, and it was really hard to get the kids to use it. They preferred manual toothbrushes. So I can compare the use of the “connected” toothbrush to the “unconnected” toothbrush I already own.

So my kids never wanted to use the plain sonicare, there were a lot of excuses. But the sonicare connected succeeds brilliantly. It makes my kids want to brush their teeth with the sonicare connected instead of their manual toothbrushes. My son watches the image of the brush moving around the mouth of the character and does a better job brushing than he ever did before. The action in the video is not related to the movement of the brush around his mouth, but I think he enjoys seeing the virtual teeth become clean and the germs get vanquished (there is even a germ with a crown, kind of like a boss monster, which was a nice touch). And by watching how to correctly brush your teeth over and over the lesson should take root in his mind.

I really didn’t think it would work well, but it did. I hope they come out with support for the iPod soon, so that he can use one of those instead of the iPad.

Brushing Goes Better With A Well Dressed Sparkly (By Severian)

If you are already familiar with Sonicare, you know these brushes give an awesome cleaning to your teeth, reduce gum disease, and are easy to use. You probably have already heard that kids tend to brush longer with power toothbrushes and also enjoy using them more. These facts combined tend to make the Sonicare for Kids a pretty easy purchase decision, assuming you don’t mind the price. There are plenty of cheaper power brushes for kids, but none hit the high speed of the Sonicare, and that speed is a key part of the plaque removal and cleaning effect. The simpler slower power heads on $10 and $20 brushes will not get that same effect, and also many kids brushes are not rechargeable and do not include replaceable heads. Sonicare is certainly worth more for those added features.

However, what really makes this brush is the Bluetooth feature set. The free app, available for Android and Apple devices, is a clever design that encourages kids to brush by giving them a pet “Sparkly” which can be customized with gifts and prizes that the kids get for brushing regularly and for the appropriate duration. My 6 year old loves that type of thing, and though I am still doing the brushing for her, the animations that play during the brushing help her see what is going on, and the countdown timer helps her to see when the brushing will be over with. Finally, the one or several gifts at the end of the brushing are anticipated by her, so she can use them to feed the Sparkly, dress it up, change colors etc. The app also tracks compliance and will send reminders of missed brushings or short timed instances when the kids are old enough to brush independently.

The brush also comes with many stickers and can be customized to the preference of the user.
The stickers seem to be holding up even with frequent wettings and the usual sort of rough treatment that a 6 year old can offer to any regularly used device. I would not assume the brush would hold up to frequent droppings, so if your kid is Mr./Ms Butterfingers or likes to slam things really hard against hard surfaces, you may want to hold off a bit on this purchase.

The Sonicare for kids also has lower speed / sensitive modes that can be used for kids, and you can gradually ease them into higher speed operation if the speed and power of the brush scares or discomforts them. My daughter was OK with fill power from first use, but its nice to know there is a gentler option available if needed.

There are few complaints. The brush head does not have a 90 day wear indicator as the adult Sonicare heads do, so you do not see when you ought to change heads. In my experience, I usually got a lot of extra use out of the brush heads even when the wear indicator was showing, so I am not sure how much use this feature would be for the kids set, as most parents would probably not run right out and get a new $20 brush head the moment the wear indicator showed anyway. Also, the app tracks usage time and is supposed to remind you to get a new brush head as appropriate. I have not seen this feature yet (having used the set for less than 90 days) but I have no doubt that it will function as indicated.

The app is a tad persistent and prolific in its reminders of missed brushings and other events, but this is part of the supervisory aspect of the kids set, and you can modify type of notifications to some extent.

As mentioned, the Sonicare for Kids is not cheap, and the replacement heads are also expensive. I believe the brush by itself is worth the elevated price, and the useful and well done BT feature and app add value. Even if your child is not yet brushing on their own, this combination of kid friendly features and the interesting and engaging app will get them on the right dental path and make brushing more productive and less of a chore for both them and you.

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Hx3631/02 Powerup Battery Toothbrush, Blue Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Hx3631/02 Powerup Battery Toothbrush, Blue

  • Sonic Technology removes more plaque than a manual toothbrush
  • Helps improve gum health and reduce cavities
  • 2 minute timer helps ensure recommended brushing time
  • Reminder bristles – bristles fade when a replacement is needed
  • 2 AA Batteries Included

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Hx3631/02 Powerup Battery Toothbrush, Blue Reviews

better than excellent (for a $15 sonic toothbrush) (By PaulN)

I have both the bottom-of-the-line Powerup and the top-of-the-line DiamondClean. I paid about 12 times more for the latter than for the former. Is the latter 12 times better? Nope. Is it at least twice as good? Certainly.

Anyway, it is not fair to compare this Powerup with higher priced models. The Powerup works and it works well even if it doesn’t give the impression that it is as good as the more exprensive ones.

First, despite claims by others, it is very well built; I would even use the “superbly” word.

Second, it is battery operated and, thus, it is much better suited for travel than the other sonic toothbrushes including the over engineered USB gimmick of the DiamondClean.

Third, it accepts all the skinny Sonicare toothbrushes such as the ones made for DiamondClean.

Fourth, I am sure there are no credible studies to rigorously demonstrate that one sonic toothbrush is better than another. I mean for the teeth and not for the stockholders.

Anyway I love my DiamondClean and I like her little brother Powerup too.

NOTE. I recommend using only batteries that keep their 1.5V or more voltage. So alkalines and rechargeables are no good, not even the eneloop batteries. I use the Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries and I can’t even tell you how long they last because I used them for several months now and they keep going.

“I told my dentist my teeth were going yellow–he told me to wear a brown tie.”–Rodney Dangerfield (By CodeMaster Talon)

If you, like me, read the reviews of the Sonicare battery-operated toothbrush with dismay, this review is for you. I didn’t expect much when I got this toothbrush in the mail, especially after using the very pricey Sonicare DiamondClean toothbrush, which I rated five stars and can’t afford to continue using (refills are expensive). I expected this model to be a loud, uncomfortable piece of semi-uselessness. I was pleasantly surprised.

SET UP: Mercifully, batteries come with this toothbrush, and set up takes five seconds. The brush has only one setting (unlike my Sonicare DiamondClean, which has five), and switches off on its own after two minutes of use if you do not shut it off sooner.

USE: I don’t find the unit too loud, although if you use it at 6:50 am like I just did today you will probably wake up family members. I would call the sound level moderate. I actually like the simplicity of the design–one button, easy grip handle, medium-size brush head, everything pretty much as it should be. You will note other reviewers found the vibration too strong. There is some merit in this claim; it IS a strong vibration. Kinda made my mouth numb. However, the instructions state to hold the brush lightly against your teeth, and if you do this the brush cleans very effectively without being too harsh. I was very satisfied with the cleaning power of the brush–as with the Sonicare DiamondClean my teeth felt extremely clean after each brushing and the feeling lasted all day. This brush, however, is 1/10 the price of that deluxe model (but doesn’t come with a case and two brush heads and such fanciness).
In conclusion, recommended. If you have sensitive teeth, or for some reason need a product that is more quiet, I would skip this model and pony up for the DiamondClean brush.
I just don’t have the money for fancier models and I honestly feel this brush did a great cleaning job at a very reasonable price point. I give it 4.5 stars, with half a star deducted for the vibration and noise. Neither drawback is dramatic or a deal-breaker for me, and the brush rates:

GRADE: B

Shouldn’t be called Sonicare (By Michael Noordijk)

I’ve used the both rechargeable Sonicares and the replaceable battery Extreme Sonicare, this new product doesn’t compare to them at all, it feels more like a generic brand electric toothbrush than a Sonicare. It’s very under-powered and has a starkly lower frequency bristle movement compared to the others. Dissappointing, seems like Philips is just trying to cash in on the Sonicare brand. Stick with the Extreme if you want a replaceable battery Sonicare.

I actually like it! (By Michael A. Behr)

Based on all the other reviews, I expected to hate this, but I actually like it, even before you consider its relatively low price point. Maybe because I’m not comparing it to the “full fledged” Sonicares for 6x or 10x the price. I used to have an original Sonicare, which I replaced with a Oral-B Professional Healthy Clean + Gum Care Precision 3000 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush 1 Count because frankly, I liked the Oral-B way more, even though it wasn’t sonic… or maybe because it *was* sonic. This definitely holds its own against my Oral-B at 5x the price, but mostly because they work in completely different ways, and I might consider buying the full price Sonicare.

Just because this toothbrush might not be as powerful as the others, it definitely gets my teeth clean. In addition, the brush head is shaped in a way to make it easy to rest on the teeth and let the vibration do the work (a technique my dentist taught me for using the original Sonicare. It’s not really brushing in the traditional sense, but very effective). The blurb on the Amazon page says it uses sonic technology, but the packaging doesn’t. The whole gimmick around Sonicare was that by vibrating at a particular frequency, it caused the plaque to disintegrate. The packaging simply says that it delivers a month worth of brush strokes every day… and judging by how it feels and sounds, it’s not vibrating at the same frequency the original one did.

Also, at first, I very upset that there was a “normal” head on here. I can’t seem to figure out how to order it with a soft head.
My dentist told me that I should never use anything but soft, especially on an electric toothbrush, but the Sonicare \”normal\” actually seems very soft!!!

There’s no alert to let you know if you’re pushing too hard, but there is a timer so it shuts off after two minutes (without any intermediary alarms to let you know to move the toothbrush around).

I wish the back of the toothbrush had rubber or something on it. When I have accidentally let the brush itself knock my teeth, it HURTS. For hours.

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Essence Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, White and 5 Generic eSeries Compatible Replacement Heads fits Sonicare Essence, Xtreme, Elite ,Clean Care and Advance, Set – 6 Items Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Essence Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, White and 5 Generic eSeries Compatible Replacement Heads fits Sonicare Essence, Xtreme, Elite ,Clean Care and Advance, Set - 6 Items

  • IMPROVE YOUR ORAL HEALTH – Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Patented Sonic technology removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
  • HELPS WHITEN TEETH – Philips Sonicare’s toothbrush best for teeth whitening: this toothbrush helps to remove and reduce stains on your teeth for a brighter smile
  • SAFE TO USE -Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush is safe to use on braces, dental restorations, and periodontal pockets
  • COMFORTABLE CONTROL – Soft grip helps provide better hand control & added comfort
  • SMART-TIMER – 2-minute timer on this Philips Sonicare electric toothbrush ensures you brush according to dental professional recommended brushing time

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Essence Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, White and 5 Generic eSeries Compatible Replacement Heads fits Sonicare Essence, Xtreme, Elite ,Clean Care and Advance, Set – 6 Items Reviews

I loved it. (By Amazon Customer)

I loved it.

Easy start (By Mary M DelMedico)

Bought it for my son,he loves it.Easy start up

Four Stars (By Sean Anthony)

Loud but gets the job done

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ 6 Series Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ 6 Series

  • 1 Sonicare toothbrush handle
  • 1 ProResults brush head
  • 1 Delux charger with cord wrap and brush head storage
  • 1 Hygienic travel cap
  • 1 Hard travel case

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ 6 Series Reviews

Works Great (By Sean P. Carey)

My second Sonicare tooth brush first one lasted 6 yrs and battery went bad, not user replaceable (which is my only complaint) Works great holds charge for about 20-30 2 minute brushings. Dentists highly recommend it.

Ultimate Toothbrush (By Amazon guy)

Wife has used the same model of Sonicare FlexCare + for 2 years with no problems or repairs. A Best Buy in toothbrushes. I bought this one for myself when traveling without my wife because this toothbrush I would never ever give away. If you have the chance buy this one no matter what the cost.

Works Well (By Jose Salamo)

We have been using this toothbrush for a month now, both my wife and I, we interchange the heads and both have noticed that are teeth feel cleaner. Not so sure that they are Whiter, but definitely cleaner. Mostly due to the fact that the timer assures that you spend 30 seconds on each surface (Bottom outside, Bottom Inside, Top outside, Top inside) It helps in that it gets you to brush for a full 2 minutes!

Good deal (By lady)

I had to purchase this product because it was recommended by my dentist, a specialist. I got a pretty good deal on it too. I am enjoying it. It arrived on time and was brand new.

Excellent product (By hal3280)

I have long been a fan of Sonicare. When it was time to replace my last Sonicare toothbrush, this was my first choice. I am not disappointed. Does a great job!

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare HX6211/98 2 Series Plaque Control Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare HX6211/98 2 Series Plaque Control Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush

  • Removes up to 6x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
  • Patented sonic technology: with up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute, dynamic fluid action helps clean between teeth and along the gumline
  • Smartimer encourages 2 minutes of brushing as recommended by dentists
  • Angled neck, Smartimer, Easy-start, Recharge indicator.
  • Box includes: 1 Sonicare toothbrush handle, 1 ProResults plaque control brush head (Standard), 1 Travel charger, 1 Hygienic travel cap.

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare HX6211/98 2 Series Plaque Control Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush Reviews

Philips Sonicare Toothbrush (By KittyLover)

Only has one speed, and runs too hard for my gums (it’s also very loud). Disappointed because it’s Sonicare and I expected this one to be the same quality of others I’ve had, but it’s not. Would not buy again.

Must Have! (By Adeline Arriola)

My dentist swore by this without a spiff of any kind and I thought oh, it’s just another toothbrush- I was wrong it is definitely first class and on my first use I was literally blown away! I love it and my gum “grades” as far as pocket depth literally turned itself around in under 2 weeks. I just saw my dentist yesterday. Do it!

Five Stars (By supervixen)

Exactly as described!

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare EasyClean Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Hx6511/34 Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare EasyClean Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Hx6511/34

  • Discontinued by Manufacturer
  • Bonus: 1 additional ProResults gum health brush head, 1 travel bag, one 2 ounce BreathRx mouthwash, 1 tongue scraper, and $30 worth of coupons towards Philips Sonicare products
  • Healthier gums in 2 weeks
  • 31,000 brush strokes with dynamic cleaning action that drives fluid between teeth
  • Quadpacer help ensure dental professional recommended brushing time and a consistent clean throughout your mouth
  • Two-minute timer helps ensure recommended brushing time

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare EasyClean Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Hx6511/34 Reviews

2-week battery and multiple tooth brush heads it can take as snapon. all I needed. (By Mr. B)

I just upgraded to the easy clean sonicare brush after going form oral-b 10 dollar tooth brush. The tooth brush works great, and is WAY WAY easier to clean than the essence and 10 dollar brush. It is also a lot more slender and light weight, but part of me does miss the heavier feel of the essence. It does have a quad timer than bumps every 30 seconds, I dont think this feature is worth the extra cost than the essence toothbrush, but the cleanliness of this brush definitely is worth the extra doe!

here are break down as to why i got this after doing some research:

There are only few models that can use multiple heads and this was the low end of that model list. meaning its the cheapest, but still reliable toothbrush. I love to try the expensive models, but dont really need those features.

*use these styles of brush heads – DiamondClean, InterCare, ProResults
The e-Series brush heads can only be used with older style Sonicares, such as the Essence.

FYI: here are some average prices for these and other heads, only thing I hate is they are expensive:

DiamondClean – $13 – Featuring a central stain-removal pad of diamond-shaped bristles.
InterCare – $13 – Featuring extra-long bristles that reach further between teeth.
ProResults – Featuring curved bristles (power tufts) that aid with cleaning. There seem to be 3 versions of this head
SimplyClean – $8 – A model similar to the original ProResults design.
Plaque Control – $10 – A design focused toward “superior” plaque removal.
Gum Health – $10 – Features softer bristles for gentler brushing.
e-Series – $12.33 – Featuring a contoured bristle profile to fit the shape of your teeth.

Nice upgrade (By Amazon shopper)

Compared to the Sonicare xtreme that I am replacing, this one is much slimmer, rechargeable, and also divides the 2 min timer into 4 sections for even coverage. The xtreme was still working fine after 3 years I just wanted something smaller and was over due for new brush heads. Also the rechargeable battery and 30 month warranty is a plus.

Excellent toothbrush (By Anderson Z)

I have been using a less expensive Oral B electric toothbrush for a couple of years now and have been pretty happy with it. A regular old manual toothbrush just doesn’t feel like it does the job. However, my dentist recently recommend that I replace my Oral B with a Sonicare during too the highly superior cleaning ability.

Great basic Sonicare model. Has all the performance of the expensive ones, but at a cheap price. (By Stephen Mahanes)

Cheap sonicare toothbrush.

PRO:
-Ridiculously easy interface: 1 button to turn it on or off. 1 status LED. That’s it.
-Motor seems as good as more expensive models.
-Battery Life seems as good as more expensive models.
-Simple to use! Not a lot of room for mistakes. Nothing unnecessary.
-Takes the usual push-on sonicare heads, including the new Diamond Clean ones, which are supposedly better.
-Usual contactless charger, should work with most any recent sonicare model. No way to accidentally electrocute yourself.
-Charger works with 110-240VAC, so should work virtually anywhere in the world with a simple physical adapter. Competitors do NOT offer this compatibility.
-Includes a nice little bag you can use while traveling. Since it works with overseas power, it’s actually a good idea to bring it with you rather than using a basic toothbrush. Very cool.
-Toothbrush needs no real maintenance. Just replace the heads when worn or every couple months. Make sure to clean under the head before applying the new one. Charge maybe once a week.
-Warranty: 2 years! Not bad for a toothbrush.

CON:
-model from 2013, has been replaced with a newer version but is still being sold.
-extremely basic unit, almost scary how simple it is. “EasyClean” is a great name for it.
-Literally one green LED for feedback, which is used to indicate all status to the user. No dedicated “low battery” LED, no dedicated “Charging” LED, nothing. Doesn’t change colors to indicate state. Simply lights up when turned on, blinks when charging, and is solid when charging is complete.
-All recent Sonicare toothbrushes use a sealed design with near zero maintenance. If yours stops working, basically, tough.
Any attempt to disassemble it will ruin it. If it is within the warranty period of 2 years, they might replace it. I wouldn’t expect it to last much longer than 3 years, though. If you put it on the charger and nothing happens, try holding the power button for 10 seconds. If nothing happens after that, it’s dead and can’t be fixed.

I’ll be using it until it dies (the last one I had died suddenly, which wasn’t very nice). I’d recommend it to friends and family. My mouth feels a lot cleaner than when I’ve had to use basic toothbrushes. I’ll be bringing it with me on travel from this point forward, for sure.

it’s a matter of preference (By AP)

I had wanted a Sonicare toothbrush for a long time, and after doing a lot of research, I decided on this one. Some of the reviews were concerned about water, toothpaste, and gunk getting into the motor head. I keep that in mind and take the head off often to quickly clean it. It’s not a big deal.

It’s a good toothbrush and keeps you honest with its 30 second timer, but… I honestly haven’t noticed whiter or cleaner teeth. In fact, I recently had my dental exam and the dentist didn’t notice any difference either. It’s a little disappointing that the replacement heads are so expensive.

All that being said, it is a good toothbrush – it does the job – but I probably won’t be getting another one even though I have friends who swear by it. I think it’s just personal preference.

Great toothbrush (By Bianca)

Great toothbrush. Not too expensive, my teeth feel like I went to the dentist after every time I brush. A lot better than a manual toothbrush. Although I love this toothbrush I didn’t love it at first, when I first used this toothbrush, it was my first time using an electric toothbrush, and so it felt really odd on my teeth, I got used to the feeling within a week, and have been using this toothbrush for 4 months and love it so much now! And I could never go back to a manual toothbrush!

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush HX6211/04 with 3 Packs Replacement Brush Heads HX6014 ProResults Compatible with Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush. Bundle: 4 Items Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush HX6211/04 with 3 Packs Replacement Brush Heads HX6014 ProResults Compatible with Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush. Bundle: 4 Items

  • PHILIPS SONICARE – 2 Series plaque control rechargeable toothbrush, 1 ProResults plaque control brush head, and 1 small standard Sonicare charger.
  • HELPS WHITEN TEETH & IMPROVE ORAL HEALTH – Philips Sonicare’s best teeth whitening: this toothbrush helps to remove and reduce stains on your teeth for a brighter smile
  • P SAFE & GENTLE – Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush is safe to use on: braces (brush heads wear out sooner when used on braces), dental restorations (fillings, crowns, veneers) and periodontal pockets
  • P: EASY SNAP-ON – to fit many other electronic toothbrush models: Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control, Sonicare 3 Series Gum Health,DiamondClean, EasyClean, FlexCare, FlexCare+, FlexCare Platinum, HealthyWhite and HydroClean Philips Brush Handles
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2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush HX6211/04 with 3 Packs Replacement Brush Heads HX6014 ProResults Compatible with Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush. Bundle: 4 Items Reviews

Great Buy! (By Devon Stieglitz)

I can’t recommend this toothbrush more highly. I’ve been using one for 15 years or more, and I used to have gum issues, soreness and inflammation, but have had not one instance since using this toothbrush.

The bundle deal is great, you really can not beat the price for what you are getting in this package.

Excellent toothbrush! My teeth feel exceptionally clean (By Pamela B Mahdavi)

Excellent toothbrush! My teeth feel exceptionally clean!!!

Four Stars (By Lissa M Redshaw)

Works fine.

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Plaque Control Plus Rechargeable Toothbrush HX6254/81 Twin Pack (2 Rechargeable Toothbrushes, 4 Brush Heads, 2 travel cases, and 2 Chargers) Review

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Plaque Control Plus Rechargeable Toothbrush HX6254/81 Twin Pack (2 Rechargeable Toothbrushes, 4 Brush Heads, 2 travel cases, and 2 Chargers)

  • Includes: 2 Rechargeable Toothbrushes, 4 Plaque Control Brush Heads, 2 hard travel cases, and 2 Chargers

2016 Best Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush Philips Sonicare Plaque Control Plus Rechargeable Toothbrush HX6254/81 Twin Pack (2 Rechargeable Toothbrushes, 4 Brush Heads, 2 travel cases, and 2 Chargers) Reviews

Great product (By Carl Sullivan)

Exactly what I was wanting: two no-frills, standard sonicare toothbrushes. There is only one speed setting on these toothbrushes. But, in my opinion, that is all they really need. The package also comes with 2 extra diamondclean brush heads. With the diamond clean heads, it will remove up to 7x more plaque than a standard toothbrush. So, this cheapo model will get your teeth just as clean as the most expensive sonicare. The more expensive sonicares just have more, unnecessary, speed settings, and the most expensive have a fancy inductive charger, that doesn’t work any better and is not any more convenient than the charger on this item…it just looks cooler. Save your money and buy this one!

Love these brushes! (By Momtographer)

Ok, I read and re-read all of these reviews on here and hesitantly pulled the trigger. I have nothing to complain about these toothbrushes. They are “loud” but not ear-splittingly. My husband and I decided we would use them at night so we don’t wake each other up with them (we don’t have a door into our master bathroom).

As for the complaints about scum/black stuff build up under the brush head, of COURSE that is going to happen if you let moisture and mouth germs just sit in there! That would be true for pretty much any toothbrush like this. If mine gets water under the head I remove the head and allow the whole thing to air dry. I just have a folded up washcloth I lay it on. It’s a small price to pay for the cleanest teeth I have ever had! If you think about the design (and I am an engineer so I always do when looking at a product) there is not a better way to make these brushes ergonomic, functional, etc.

The brush heads that come with it are not identical, for those of you like me researching and wondering how often you will use your spouse’s tooth brush. One has a dot and one has a square. They are small identifiers. And they are on the brush heads, so you will still have that issue once you change the brush heads that unless you can always find yourself packs with dots and squares and use the same one.

BUT the biggest thing is how CLEAN my teeth feel! I love this brush! And hopefully I am not doing so much damage brushing so hard! I was starting to recede my own gums. I love this and would recommend it to anyone who asked! Maybe even someone who didn’t ask! LOL!

LOVE (By RIck Vander Weide)

After researching all the Sonicare models on Amazon, I found this is a current 2015 model brush. Many are old stock items even 4 and 5 years old. THIS is the one to buy in this price range. LOVE IT

Worthy Successor to the Series E (By Dennis J. Omeara)

As a long-time Phillips Series E user I found the Series 2 brush handle more ergonomic, lighter and easier to manipulate. The function of the bristles is very similar to what I’d been used to and the smaller brush head easier to move through my mouth during the timed, 2-minute brushing experience. The small recharging base and stiff power cord necessitate a specific geometry relative to the chosen power outlet so not all countertop locations will work well. Overall, the Series 2 is a good replacement for my old faithful Series E.

could use two speeds at times (By bigfish)

so far so good have used soniccare before and only thing I wish it had is two speeds instead of one for times I may have a sensitive area to brush.

There is no question that this brush is superior to the Braun Oral B that I have used … (By greenhead)

There is no question that this brush is superior to the Braun Oral B that I have used for years. My one concern is: how well will it hold up over time?

My Braun is seven years old and was going strong until I switched six weeks ago. My partner had a previous Sonicare (different model– the one with the ultraviolet sanitizer), that broke after about 14 months, shortly after the warranty expired. However, so far so good with this version. My teeth are cleaner than ever.

the instructions were easy to follow and Philips extends your warranty for registering … (By D. French)

This is the first rechargeable toothbrush that I have owned. the instructions were easy to follow and Philips extends your warranty for registering the product. I have used it only a couple times thus far but have found it to be fantastic. It is easy to grip and doesn’t take up much room on the counter. The travel cases will be very handy when I go camping.

I really like the size of the brush head; it allows easy access to hard to reach areas. The 2 minute timer is one of it’s best features. This will insure consistency with every use. I would recommend this product to friends and family.

It’s a good kit and a good value (By Scott)

It’s a good kit and a good value. Not too many bells and whistles which I like. It slowly ramps up the power over your first 14 or so brushings or you can bypass it and go full power out of the box. The brush attaches directly the metal mount instead of having a screw in mount that traps water and gets moldy. There is a 30 second timer that very briefly pauses the brush and lets you know to move to the next quadrant. It’s a bit loud, but it’s not a concern to me. My teeth feel much cleaner than using a manual brush and I know that I’m brushing for a full 2 minutes rather than the unknown of manual brushing.

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This really is a great deal. There are over 12 brush heads included … (By L. Jordin)

This really is a great deal. There are over 12 brush heads included plus a new rechargeable brush. The only disappointment is the quality of the toothbrush. I could tell it felt “cheaper” than my older Sonicare toothbrush when I held it. It is still a great brush though and looks cool in black. I know it will still do the job and well worth the money with the brush heads.

Great Buy! (By Devon Stieglitz)

As always Sonicare knocks out of the park with their quality products.
Excellent product and I would definitely buy from the seller again.
It arrived on time as stated.

The bundle deal makes this buy even sweeter!