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[Amazon Canada] Philips Sonicare Simply Clean Replacement Brush Heads, White, 5 Pack, HX6015/03 $36.68

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[Amazon Canada] Philips Sonicare Simply Clean Replacement Brush Heads, White, 5 Pack, HX6015/03 $36.68

Philips Sonicare Simply Clean Replacement Brush Heads, White, 5 Pack, HX6015/03 $36.68

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For those that are looking for genuine Sonicare replacement heads. This is a warmish deal ($7.34 per head). I found compatible-head brand bristles are not the same as Philips brand ones and can tell my teeth are not as clean so I'm not going the route of Philips.

Costco has a 5-pack set of DiamonClean heads but they are different (HX6065/71) for $54.99 online (I believe they can go as low as $39.99)
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I've tried both brush heads....

Diamond clean is way better in my opinion.....doesnt even compare....
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df329 wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 1:37 pm
Just a warning you may get fakes
I ordered other ones also sold by Amazon(seller is Amazon.ca). The first time
they were real but the second time they were fakes
Amazon warehouse mixes its own supply with third parties.
Thanks! Will return if fakes. Is it easy to tell without opening the packaging?
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Just curious df329, did you get downvote alot?? with 10k posts, your upvotes is crazy low. you got 5 from this post alone...lol
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taya1214 wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 2:31 pm
Just curious df329, did you get downvote alot?? with 10k posts, your upvotes is crazy low. you got 5 from this post alone...lol
He is mainly active in BST section and you can't upvote in those threads and posts. He has been bumping his threads so it adds to his post count, but you can't upvote those.
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taya1214 wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 2:31 pm
Just curious df329, did you get downvote alot?? with 10k posts, your upvotes is crazy low. you got 5 from this post alone...lol
bomber17 wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 2:42 pm
He is mainly active in BST section and you can't upvote in those threads and posts. He has been bumping his threads so it adds to his post count, but you can't upvote those.
Yep mostly BST! Thanks for replying :)
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taya1214 wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 2:31 pm
Just curious df329, did you get downvote alot?? with 10k posts, your upvotes is crazy low. you got 5 from this post alone...lol
downvotes dont get added to your profile anyways so not sure why people make such a big fuss about it. this isn't reddit.
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Thanks. I may switch back to original heads. I bought a large supply of the E-Cron Replacement Toothbrush Heads https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00QQSA4T2/ref ... RDb9WGKXTN awhile back. They're quite good, but not as good as the originals. But it doesn't look like Amazon is carrying them now.

There a lot of look alike ones available, but I don't know about their quality.
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Seoulkid wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 1:14 pm
I've tried both brush heads....

Diamond clean is way better in my opinion.....doesnt even compare....
What do you find different about the Diamond clean?

I've been using some no-name ones off of Amazon and I find the bristles are softer (which is good/bad depending on preferences). I'm curious about how Diamond clean is different.

Thanks.
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Seoulkid wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 1:14 pm
I've tried both brush heads....

Diamond clean is way better in my opinion.....doesnt even compare....
Thanks but can you elaborate? Better in what way?
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who_ca wrote:
Oct 21st, 2019 2:59 pm
What do you find different about the Diamond clean?

I've been using some no-name ones off of Amazon and I find the bristles are softer (which is good/bad depending on preferences). I'm curious about how Diamond clean is different.

Thanks.
So I started off with the diamond clean head that came with the toothbrush....and I found my teeth smoother.

Then when I replaced it...i thought it was pretty expensive and so I found some simple cleans on sale.

Tried those and it wasn't as good but manageable. Didnt feel as smooth when I had diamond clean.

Then after I was done with that I went back to the diamond clean and it was like night and day. I realized the amount of brush in the diamond clean really helped keep my teeth cleaner and smoother when I used the other one.

Wont go back to the other ones ever again

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