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Prime Day: Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush ALL COLOURS HOT! $134.95

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[Amazon.ca] Prime Day: Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush ALL COLOURS HOT! $134.95

All time low according to camel, seems pretty hot
All colours - white, pink, black, and amethyst
Prime day deal
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Price in title please!
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As someone who used to use Oral-B toothbrushes and then went to Sonicaire, I ended up going back to Oral-B. I just felt like it cleaned my teeth better. It's a little more aggressive on the teeth when brushing, but my teeth feel cleaner afterwards. Not to mention, the brush heads are way cheaper.

9 for $40 when on sale at Costco, compared to 5 for $40 for the Sonicaire ones when on sale.

Those $50 Oral B Pro 1000 brushes are more than sufficient for anyone interested in delving into electric toothbrushes.

All these $100+ brushes contain useless gimmicks that you'll use for a week or so and forget about.
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I was the opposite. I had the top of the time Oral B toothbrush and they can never get rid of this black spot on my tooth. My dentist always had to get rid of it. Then he suggested switching to SoniCare and it got rid of it first brush.
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Good deal if you don't need the smart app feature.
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Good deal. Most dentists I've spoken to state they cannot tell the difference between the models, but travel kit is nice to have.
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Wow this is an amazing deal, i'd hop all over this if I already didn't own one. If you have a receding gumline you may want to consider this vs the oral B.
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Hello everyone,

Where's the best place to get replacement sonicare heads? Costco doesn't seem to have the 5 pack anymore that I've seen.
I'd be more apathetic if I weren't so lethargic
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You guys really should try the Xiaomi toothbrush. I switched from Phillips and never going back
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FlukeSkywalker wrote: If you have a receding gumline you may want to consider this vs the oral B.
Can you help to elaborate or provide source to this? I was thinking getting this for my beloved wife who has a significant receding gumline and using Oral B right now.

TIA and stay safe.
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if you are ok with black or white, I would go with shoppers since they have it on sale for $199 and 10x more PC points, plus the 20x point offer and CHECKOUT51 $10 cashback, it works out to be $129.5 after tax.
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cursayer wrote: As someone who used to use Oral-B toothbrushes and then went to Sonicaire, I ended up going back to Oral-B. I just felt like it cleaned my teeth better. It's a little more aggressive on the teeth when brushing, but my teeth feel cleaner afterwards. Not to mention, the brush heads are way cheaper.

9 for $40 when on sale at Costco, compared to 5 for $40 for the Sonicaire ones when on sale.

Those $50 Oral B Pro 1000 brushes are more than sufficient for anyone interested in delving into electric toothbrushes.

All these $100+ brushes contain useless gimmicks that you'll use for a week or so and forget about.
I was literally doing research all morning trying to decide whether to go with the Oral B Pro 1000 (which is also on sale today) or the Diamond Clean. The wireless charging and travel case were very tempting, but like you said it seems as though the extra modes are mostly garbage (most of the reviews say the same outside of the sensitive mode). That, and I really don't want to be paying such a premium for brush heads.

Thanks for the input!
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nobody needs a $100+ toothbrush. I had an expensive one and i literally never changed the brush mode.
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eelfliw wrote: The Sonicare Optimal (a no-frills model) is 1/2 the price ($135 for 2) at Costco from Oct 12 - 25. https://www.costco.ca/coupons.html?langId=-24
I need to get one that has pressure warning (I have no idea what Sonicare I have but my dentist sold me it for $60) and this looks too good to pass.

I don't need a bajillion different modes.

Thanks!
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elfion wrote: You guys really should try the Xiaomi toothbrush. I switched from Phillips and never going back
Would you mind sharing the reason and link please? Thanks!
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Glass charger and travel charger in this make it worth it imo. Paid about the same a couple years back and recommend it, battery and motor still going strong. I use third party brush heads that cost around a buck or two a piece.
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dealio333 wrote: I was literally doing research all morning trying to decide whether to go with the Oral B Pro 1000 (which is also on sale today) or the Diamond Clean. The wireless charging and travel case were very tempting, but like you said it seems as though the extra modes are mostly garbage (most of the reviews say the same outside of the sensitive mode). That, and I really don't want to be paying such a premium for brush heads.

Thanks for the input!
I used to have an Oral-B with Bluetooth and a phone app. I just found it a hassle after a week and now I only have the basic 1000 model.
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dealio333 wrote: I was literally doing research all morning trying to decide whether to go with the Oral B Pro 1000 (which is also on sale today) or the Diamond Clean. The wireless charging and travel case were very tempting, but like you said it seems as though the extra modes are mostly garbage (most of the reviews say the same outside of the sensitive mode). That, and I really don't want to be paying such a premium for brush heads.

Thanks for the input!
Kind of a weird comparison since it's a high end sonicare model vs a low end oral b model. If you don't need the travel case and extra modes like "massaging, pulsing, etc" the sonicare models are all the same, even the kid versions. If you really want the travel case, Oral B makes one too (8000 model). If you want a bare bones model, the Oral B 3000 models and up have higher rotations, or rpm, or whatever it's called. The 1000 model is not the same, so i would go for at least the 3000.

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