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[Walmart] HOT! Original Philips Sonicare Replacement Brush Heads, 3 Pack, $19.96 after cou

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Solid deal. Might hit up my local Walmart tomottow during my lunch break
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RyanS219 wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 8:19 pm
I bought Sonicare Series 3 (HX6631/24). Can't seem to find a compatible replacement head on ali.
All of the Ali linked above should be compatible with the series 3.
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Noob1ee wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 8:28 pm
All of the Ali linked above should be compatible with the series 3.
I kinda figured that but i'm surprised my model wasn't listed.
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dahnir wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 8:25 pm
Is there any kind of duty or fees that you have to pay when ordering from AliExpress on these?
I don't think so. From the items i've ordered before, never encountered any extra charges. It's pretty much like ordering something on eBay and the item ships from China, you'll prob just get it in a CanadaPost envelope/little box.
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Are these coupons available online? Couldn't find them at my local store
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DrunkenStupor wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 4:00 pm
I have been using the same brush head for more than a year with no issues? The manufacturer is suggesting that the brush head should be changed every three months?

Really? Is the manufacturer for real?
I think that's just standard practice with toothbrushes. You are supposed to replace them every few months for hygiene reasons.
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Vertigo wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 8:05 pm
Can you use these coupons at Costco too?
No Costco only accepts Costco coupons
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I rarely use my sonicare so I can't remember anything aout replacing the brushheads (have them on another property), but my oral b brushheads rarely last more than 3 months... The Oral B brushheads have a blue dye on the bristles, so when the coloring fades and gets to about half, you're suppose to replace the brush head. I do notice a difference in performance when I use a new one vs the one that just needs replacing...

Any deals for the sonicare kids "compact" brush head? I'm thinking the smaller brush head will be alot better for younger kids...
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How good are those from Aliexpress? I'm pretty sure they are different in quality
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FrontierG wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 7:09 am
How good are those from Aliexpress? I'm pretty sure they are different in quality
Wife and I have been using them for years now. They do very well. We just change them more often as they don't last as long, but the price difference is still huge.
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Lawrence0317 wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 4:48 pm
Costco has 6 in pack for 49
They are actually 5 pack comes out to $10/head
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DrunkenStupor wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 4:00 pm
I have been using the same brush head for more than a year with no issues? The manufacturer is suggesting that the brush head should be changed every three months?

Really? Is the manufacturer for real?
The more frequently you replace the brush the more profitable you are to Philips. This is a common marketing model. Price the main product low so people will buy it, perhaps even selling it at a small loss. They want people to buy their product, not their competitors'. Then price expendables as high as the market will bear so as to maximize overall profitability. After all they know that once you have their product you're forced to buy their expendables. When there are other, cheaper sources for expendables, be sure to at least create an impression with customers that those knock-offs are inferior or could even cause damage, if not build the main product to reject knock-offs. In addition to toothbrushes, consider ink-jet printers, pod coffee makers, razor and blades, etc.

As for using genuine Philips brushes for more than the recommended 3 months, I "renew" mine by boiling them in water for 15 minutes. That not only kills germs but also straightens out the brush fibers. It also seems to make the brushes feel a bit stiffer, more like brand new ones. Even if these brushes aren't as good as new ones, they do a good job of keeping my teeth clean. In my experience it's far better to brush teeth with an electric handle using "old" brushes twice a day than manually with new brushes.
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