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[Amazon Canada] DSRG 24 pcs. Philips Sonicare clone brush heads - $24.75 (after coupon)

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[Amazon Canada] DSRG 24 pcs. Philips Sonicare clone brush heads - $24.75 (after coupon)

24 pieces for $27. Clip the $3 coupon making it a dollar per piece.

Great reviews and legit according to Fakespot. Ships from Canada and eligible for Amazon prime.
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vivibaby wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 1:38 am
24 pieces for $27. Clip the $3 coupon making it a dollar per piece.

Great reviews and legit according to Fakespot. Ships from Canada and eligible for Amazon prime.
Haha these are not genuine obviously. It clearly says compatible.
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froesesp wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 1:41 am
Haha these are not genuine obviously. It clearly says compatible.
A genuine brushhead is $40 for a 2 pack.
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vivibaby wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 1:38 am
24 pieces for $27. Clip the $3 coupon making it a dollar per piece.

Great reviews and legit according to Fakespot. Ships from Canada and eligible for Amazon prime.
Why did you say it's oem and legit then? They are not genuine.. Not saying they're bad, just not oem or "legit" or real or genuine
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I bought these exact brush heads but haven't used them yet because its not time to replace my oem brush head. But visually, they look to be of decent quality.
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The cheapest you can get the actual OEM sonicares brush heads for is the Costco 5/$50 deal, which drops to 5/$40 when they go on sale.

This deal is very obviously not OEM.
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I used these third party brush heads and they do not last long. Not to mention they are way too soft and I feel like it didn't do any real brushing at all. The worse part was the bristles start coming off and sometimes I almost swallow them. I stuck to using OEM ones.
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OP, change your title. NOT OEM. Cheap Chinese knockoffs.
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bomber17 wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 1:57 am
I used these third party brush heads and they do not last long. Not to mention they are way too soft and I feel like it didn't do any real brushing at all. The worse part was the bristles start coming off and sometimes I almost swallow them. I stuck to using OEM ones.
To be fair, that's happened to me with the OEM ones and I find them too hard. BTW, many people brush too hard and damage their gums, so be careful out there.
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fightbriz wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 1:47 am
Why did you say it's oem and legit then? They are not genuine.. Not saying they're bad, just not oem or "legit" or real or genuine
Learn how to read. I said the reviews were legit.
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But you also deleted OEM after folks pointed out the misrepresentation. LOL.

And, read the critical reviews... Many report they don't last -- only getting about 1/3 the use of the real ones -- and are too soft.
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vivibaby wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 2:01 am
Learn how to read. I said the reviews were legit.
The title also says OEM...
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Jun 12th, 2018 2:05 am
But you also deleted OEM after folks pointed out the misrepresentation. LOL.

And, read the critical reviews... Many report they don't last -- only getting about 1/3 the use of the real ones -- and are too soft.
By folks do you mean you?

I don't need to misrepresent anything as I'm not the seller. Go spend full price on a "genuine" brush head that is also made in some factory in china.

4.5 out of 5 is pretty good to me.
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FatWallet wrote:
Jun 12th, 2018 2:05 am
But you also deleted OEM after folks pointed out the misrepresentation. LOL.

And, read the critical reviews... Many report they don't last -- only getting about 1/3 the use of the real ones -- and are too soft.

That's probably why they're selling you 24 of them... I go through like one set of oem heads per year.

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