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Taking care of your oral health is easy with the Philips Sonicare HX5610/01 Essence 5600 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush. This rechargeable power toothbrush features an angled neck, soft contoured bristles, and patented sonic technology to gently remove plaque in hard-to-reach areas. An easy-start feature helps you adjust to the Sonicare experience, while the two-minute Smartimer ensures you brush thoroughly. Essence Rechargeable Toothbrush includes a carrying case and remains charged for up to two weeks, making it ideal for travel.
Features an angled neck, soft contoured bristles, and patented sonic technology to gently remove plaque in hard-to-reach areas. View larger
With usage of 2 minutes per day power lasts up to two weeks per charge, travel case, and hygienic travel cap offer ideal portability. View larger.
Removing up to two times more plaque than a manual toothbrush, the Philips Sonicare Essence 5600 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush uses powerful Sonic technology to clean teeth with up to 31,000 strokes per minute. These sweeping motions drive fluids deep into the tight spaces between your teeth and along your gum line, resulting in a cleaner, healthier mouth. The Essence 5600 is gentle enough to use on veneers, braces, implants, and sensitive teeth.
With smooth, contoured bristles that correspond to the natural shape of your teeth, this Sonicare toothbrush delivers a thorough, comfortable brushing experience. Its angled neck provides optimal reach for the bristles, which have extra-soft rounded ends that go deep between teeth to remove plaque and reduce gingivitis. The blue soft-touch grip makes the handle easy to hold and maneuver while brushing.
You need only to apply light pressure when guiding this toothbrush over your teeth--the Essence 5600 will do the work for you through its high speed bristle motion and dynamic cleaning action. The easy-start option gently increases the toothbrush's power over the first 12 uses to help you adjust to using a power toothbrush. The Smartimer feature sets brushing time to two minutes, the time recommended by dental professionals, and shuts the toothbrush off after that cycle.
Because the Essence can last up two weeks between charges provided it is used 2 minutes per day, you can leave its charger at home for your travels. A soft travel case and hygienic travel cap are included for convenience. An indicator on the brush displays remaining battery life and blinks when you need to recharge.
Sonicare Essence brush handle, e-Series Standard brush head, charger base, soft travel case, and travel cap.
|Philips Sonicare Toothbrushes|
|For Kids||Essential Clean||Whiter, Healthier Teeth||Advanced Cleaning||Gum Care||Ultimate Cleaning||Air Floss|
Healthy White 710
Healthy White R732
|Rechargeable||An easier way |
|Quadpacer||For best results use your Philips Sonicare rechargeable toothbrush with Air Floss|
|Ages 4 - 7||Clean||Clean||Clean||Clean||Clean||Clean||Clean||Clean||Clean|
|Ages 7 - 10||Clean and White||Clean and White||White|
|Go Care/Max Care||Go Care/Max Care||Refresh||Polish|
|Gum Care||Gum Care||Air & Microdroplet Technology|
|1||1||1||1||1||1||1||1||1||1||Clean between all teeth in only 60 seconds with one teaspoon of water or mouthwash|
|Included Brush Heads|
|UV Brush Head Sanitizer|
|•||•||•||•||•||Deluxe travel case with USB Charger|
Color: White | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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Brushing = A+++
Keeping water out of the thing = D-
Overall, meh, it's okay.
Disappointed in the fact that this model doesn't have the feature that beeps every 30 seconds to help you organize your brushing...it's OK otherwise.Published 22 hours ago by All My Travels
I am completely satisfied with this electric toothbrush. I love the long term battery, which so far has lasted around 3 weeks. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Sergio Caballero
Great product. I hate going to the dentist so after six years I finally went and she was amazed that I hardly had any plaque. Read morePublished 1 day ago by pipperz