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[Walmart] Sonicare Series 2 electric toothbrush ($49.96 - $10 IR = $39.96)

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[Walmart] Sonicare Series 2 electric toothbrush ($49.96 - $10 IR = $39.96)

Walmart has the Sonicare Series 2 on sale for $49.96 from about $75.
In store (Toronto Runneymede) the boxes had a $10 instant rebate coupon on it as well (see attached pic).
Not sure if this is YMMV?
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Can confirm this deal. Although they didn't had a fancy shelf, asked the rep to get one from the glass locked shelf to check the price since it was showing $74.99. When scanned, it showed $49.96. The extra $10 coupon was on top of the box. Asked the rep to scan that too when checking out. Boom... $39.96 + tax. Sweet. Thanks a lot op.
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What is the difference between all these sonicare toothbrushes? I want one for my kids but some are cheap and others really pricey. If the difference is just extra features, are the cheap ones just as good?
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From a very brief read through of reviews/comparisons my impression is this model lacks timing and speed features in other Sonicare brushes, but the heads should be compatible.
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I loaded up on 1 series for $10 each last year. I fail to see how 2 series is worth 4x 1 series. It has the same specs except for bigger battery. Am I not seeing something here?
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Xtrema wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:49 pm
I loaded up on 1 series for $10 each last year. I fail to see how 2 series is worth 4x 1 series. It has the same specs except for bigger battery. Am I not seeing something here?
Where did you get the 1 series for $10?!
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convolution wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:50 pm
Where did you get the 1 series for $10?!
Last year they were $29.99 and had a $20 coupon on Manufacturer's website and at some retailers' (forgot which ones now). I also got mine at $10 but am having a hard time finding replacement brushes at a good price. If someone know of a good deal for brushes do let me know. TIA
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sheriffabc wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:53 pm
Last year they were $29.99 and had a $20 coupon on Manufacturer's website and at some retailers' (forgot which ones now). I also got mine at $10 but am having a hard time finding replacement brushes at a good price. If someone know of a good deal for brushes do let me know. TIA
If you don't care about quality, knock offs are cheap at Amazon.ca
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But one of the issue with Sonicare vs Oral-B is official replacement brushes are almost 2x as expensive. They last a bit longer but not by much.
convolution wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:50 pm
Where did you get the 1 series for $10?!
Sonicare put out a $20 off coupon to retailers but forgot to exclude the 1 series. I got about 10 from various Walmarts and another 10-15 from various Shoppers for a few bucks more. Consider brushes averages $10-$12 a piece alone, it was excellent deal.
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Operatime wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 4:38 pm
What is the difference between all these sonicare toothbrushes? I want one for my kids but some are cheap and others really pricey. If the difference is just extra features, are the cheap ones just as good?
They all basically do the same thing, they will vibrate up to 31000 times per minute. The better models have more cleaning modes which are largely useless.

I did find their top models vibrate more strongly than the series 3...so I felt it was worth it to go for the Diamondcare/Flexcare models. It seems like there are two different motor systems...the more expensive ones sound quieter too. If you don't want to spend that much, I'm sure the cheaper ones will give you good results too.
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warpdrive wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 5:09 pm
They all basically do the same thing, they will vibrate up to 31000 times per minute. The better models have more cleaning modes which are largely useless.

I did find their top models vibrate more strongly than the series 3...so I felt it was worth it to go for the Diamondcare/Flexcare models. It seems like there are two different motor systems...the more expensive ones sound quieter too. If you don't want to spend that much, I'm sure the cheaper ones will give you good results too.
Thanks, we have a more expensive one and I mostly just use the regular setting. I will look into a cheaper one for the kids - it’s the brush heads that will be the big expense anyway.

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