A full-featured, top-of-the-line model. This option comes with multiple intensity settings and an alert to let you know if you are brushing too hard. We particularly love the UV sanitary feature, which helps to kill bacteria between uses
Considerably more expensive than other top models. Some users report that the sanitizer unit stops working, while others say a sudden noise can develop after using it for a while.
Many buyers say their dentists notice the change when they switch to this model. A high-quality choice with long-lasting battery that leaves buyers' mouths feeling great.
Some note that this toothbrush runs rough and excessively vibrates. There have been issues with this option breaking down or not holding a charge after a few months.
Economically priced. Users report that their dentists recommended this model and have noticed the cleanliness of their teeth after its prolonged use. Multiple speeds help to ease manual brush users into it.
Mold growth seems to be a common problem with this model, particularly where the brush fits into the base.
Lithium battery improves the time-between-charges interval to three weeks. The design of this model cuts down on mold and gunk buildup. Buyers claim this is quieter than other options. This toothbrush gets top marks for its whitening mode.
Some users note that this option can start to develop charging, noise, and structural problems after a few months. Some units have also shown up with missing parts.
Buyers love the price and the feel of their teeth after using this model. While inexpensive, this toothbrush includes the travel case that comes with all these Sonicare options.
Battery takes a while to recharge all the way. Mold can build up on the inside if it’s not kept clean. Some buyers have noted that this model is too small.
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