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Philips Sonicare G2 Brush head HX9033/65 - 3pk $26.45 (warm)

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Jul 7, 2018
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[Amazon.ca] Philips Sonicare G2 Brush head HX9033/65 - 3pk $26.45 (warm)

Not historically low on CCC, but regular price is $33.95, on sale now for $29.95 + $2 coupon applied at checkout + 5%-15% on subscribe an save; final price for me came to $26.45 at check out

I used to get the 3rd party brush heads, but the last time I did, I ended up having a bristle come off and get stuck in my throat for months - was a real pain. I only get the Philip brand brush heads now. (Hoping Amazon sends me the real ones).
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Nov 29, 2009
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What's the price when costco goes on sale??
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Jan 22, 2009
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Does the s series have softer bristles than the the gum care ones ? Anyone tried both?
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Jun 30, 2019
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Get the aliexpress ones they work just as good
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Spiritualx wrote: Get the aliexpress ones they work just as good
OP SAYS

I used to get the 3rd party brush heads, but the last time I did, I ended up having a bristle come off and get stuck in my throat for months - was a real pain. I only get the Philip brand brush heads now. (Hoping Amazon sends me the real ones).

So why are you suggesting these
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Oct 29, 2018
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flora0222 wrote: What's the price when costco goes on sale??
$30 for 9 if i recall. But that's for the basic one.
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explorer11 wrote: OP SAYS

I used to get the 3rd party brush heads, but the last time I did, I ended up having a bristle come off and get stuck in my throat for months - was a real pain. I only get the Philip brand brush heads now. (Hoping Amazon sends me the real ones).

So why are you suggesting these
Oh I completely missed that part. On the other hand I only buy from sellers that sold a few thousand units with many reviews and so far I had no problem at all.
edit: here is a link if you wanna look into it : https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000479 ... 4c4dbfrivM
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Jun 6, 2017
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tokinup wrote: Does the s series have softer bristles than the the gum care ones ? Anyone tried both?
Yes the ones shawnie53 linked are as soft as they get. Very soft IMO. I do one day with diamondclean, next day with soft one, alternating. The soft one doesn’t feel like it cleans as well but the diamondclean feels too firm for sustained use so it’s been a good combination IMO. Not sure how much of that is perception vs reality
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Jul 7, 2009
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Perfect ... I am down to my last one and can't wait for Costco sale.

Costco regular price is $54 for 5, almost $11 each (+tax). This is cheaper.
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Lots of Fakes from Amazon especially high profit margin items.
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explorer11 wrote: OP SAYS

I used to get the 3rd party brush heads, but the last time I did, I ended up having a bristle come off and get stuck in my throat for months - was a real pain. I only get the Philip brand brush heads now. (Hoping Amazon sends me the real ones).

So why are you suggesting these
I read another comment on a thread saying someone switched to off brand heads and the dental hygienist noticed a decline at the next follow up. Those anecdotes are enough for me despite the huge price difference.
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Jan 8, 2012
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I bought the off-brand ones once, but they were not doing my gums any favours.

I'm an RFDer, but there are some things worth spending full fare.

(Had a cleaning yesterday, as it happens. All good.)

Thanks OP.

cheers

wl
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Some of the Amazon reviews allege they're fake. Anyone with previous experience buying these ones from Amazon?
Fido ($35/4GB for 24 months + $0/4GB for 24 months)

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