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[Amazon.ca] Philips Sonicare Optimal Plaque Control RFID Replacement Brush Heads, White, 3 pack, HX9023/92 $23.96 w/ S&S - $2 coupon

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[Amazon.ca] Philips Sonicare Optimal Plaque Control RFID Replacement Brush Heads, White, 3 pack, HX9023/92 $23.96 w/ S&S - $2 coupon

https://www.amazon.ca/s?i=beauty&bbn=14 ... vailable_1

These two seem to stand out since they come in sets of three, get 20% off with S&S and can apply the $2 coupon
https://www.amazon.ca/Philips-92-sonica ... 07BHV61D4/
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00CXKY8G2?
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Which one is better or are they essentially the same?

Thanks for the heads-up on the deal!

Some reviews claim not genuine but Philips North America answered some of the questions in the Q&A section so seems legit...

One review said got 2 instead of 3 heads but I suppose if that's the case Amazon will rectify.
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I was just going to say that the Sensitive heads are never on sale and then I clicked the second link, lol
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That's a good price for real Phillips tooth brush.

Costco sells at ~$50 for 5 and that's the cheapest I could find before.
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crustydragon wrote: Which one is better or are they essentially the same?

Thanks for the heads-up on the deal!

Some reviews claim not genuine but Philips North America answered some of the questions in the Q&A section so seems legit...
But the image that shows the side-by-side comparison, the font is legitimately blurry, which is uncharacteristic. The problem with Amazon is that they sometimes use a single product page and sellers come and go, so could have been a run of sellers that were providing knock offs.

Case in point. Look at the first Q&A on this page: https://www.amazon.ca/Philips-92-sonica ... 61D4/?th=1

The answer is from "Zoey's Bargains" and they were marked the seller (at that time in May 2019). Whereas presently, the seller is Amazon.ca. So it's understandable that confusion can happen, and quite plausible that knock offs were sold.
number17 wrote: That's a good price for real Phillips tooth brush.

Costco sells at ~$50 for 5 and that's the cheapest I could find before.
The Costco ones are Diamond Clean, which are more expensive. If you look at OP's link that shows all the varieties, the Diamond Clean is a 2-pack at $29.95 (before S&S).
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number17 wrote: That's a good price for real Phillips tooth brush.

Costco sells at ~$50 for 5 and that's the cheapest I could find before.
On sale it’s $40 at Costco
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Thanks a lot. Just ordered mine
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I guess just gotta wait for it to go on-sale then ...

And 1 word of advice - DON'T go buy the aftermarket toothbrushes from amazon. They rank from very average to absolutely terrible. And you can seriously injure your gum or your teeth by saving a few bucks.
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number17 wrote: I guess just gotta wait for it to go on-sale then ...

And 1 word of advice - DON'T go buy the aftermarket toothbrushes from amazon. They rank from very average to absolutely terrible. And you can seriously injure your gum or your teeth by saving a few bucks.
I was just going to ask about that earlier lol.
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We have a UV sanitizer chamber (came with earlier Sonicare model) and prolong our use of these original brush heads past three months.

Always brush away from the gumlines likely at 45ish angle and I am not so sure about round circular motions. :). Damn Sesame Street's up and down and round and round did damage a lot of people's gums lol.

That wear indicator is a gimmick. It's gone after a few weeks lol. Brushing properly and these will last longer, though less stiff of course but we always dip it in water to soften it anyway. Better safe than sorry.
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I don't know, the Aliexpress ones have worked perfect for me for yearssssss and cost like 30 cents each. Toothbrush head technology isn't exactly crazy advanced and you can only trust that Philips uses genuine unicorn hair.
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RiCHC3 wrote: I don't know, the Aliexpress ones have worked perfect for me for yearssssss and cost like 30 cents each. Toothbrush head technology isn't exactly crazy advanced and you can only trust that Philips uses genuine unicorn hair.
I'm all for saving a buck, but when it comes to something I'm putting in my mouth multiple times a day, I'd rather stick with the brand name. Phillips has much more to lose than any generic brand if something bad was discovered in regards to its toothbrush heads.

https://thewirecutter.com/blog/electric ... ush-heads/
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Find me a deal on Braun replacement heads please
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TransporterSD wrote: I didn't want to know what you use as your butt plug, I needed a toothbrush
You better make up your mind. You keep editing your post. Write it with conviction.
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Thanks OP! I decided to try a pack of each. Is it easy to opt out of the Save and Subscribe?

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