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Where is the cheapest place to buy Sonicare brush heads?

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  • Mar 22nd, 2017 12:41 am
Sr. Member
Oct 5, 2004
659 posts
519 upvotes
Vancouver
death_hawk wrote:
Mar 16th, 2017 5:28 am
Either fell off a truck or they're imitations with good packaging.
Based on the fit and finish, quality and working blue dye wear detector, the ones I have are most certainly not imitations.
Jr. Member
Jun 29, 2008
195 posts
33 upvotes
Costco is 5 for $50

I find they only go on sale once a year for $40
Deal Expert
Aug 22, 2006
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a_dee wrote:
Mar 18th, 2017 2:13 pm
Based on the fit and finish, quality and working blue dye wear detector, the ones I have are most certainly not imitations.
https://imgur.com/gallery/Khbi9

I'm sure that China could never match fit and finish...
[OP]
Member
Oct 12, 2012
215 posts
97 upvotes
Bought the 5 for $50 at Costco. Thanks all.
[OP]
Member
Oct 12, 2012
215 posts
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a_dee wrote:
Mar 15th, 2017 11:43 pm
There are these ones that are fully genuine and sealed. I've purchased and used with no problem.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/141512202368
The fact that reviews are saying these heads tend to rust as well as the fact that they've sold over 9,600 of them leads me to believe that these are just counterfeits with a lot of effort put into them. I can't see how anyone can obtain 19,200 packages and proceed to sell them for half of retail price. Where are they getting them?
Member
Jun 10, 2015
341 posts
143 upvotes
Vaughan
Didn't know Costco sold Phillips Sonicare replacement heads..

Made my boyfriend get an OralB Deep Sweep 5000 on clearance at SDM for $104.99. It's cheaper in the long run anyways - $30 for 5 replacement heads at Walmart
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