Philips Sonicare HX6911/02 FlexCare Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush

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  • Rechargeable toothbrush uses sonic technology and new brush head design for outstanding plaque removal
  • Three modes of cleaning: maximum cleaning, sensitive area cleaning, and massage
  • Built-in timer lets you know when to move to a new brushing zone
  • Lithium ion battery offers 2 weeks of brushing between charges
  • Includes brush head, travel case, and recharger; 2-year warranty
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Product Description

FlexCare delivers the superior cleaning you are looking for with the flexibility that your oral health care demands. The new ProResults brush heads and personal care settings are all found in a brush design that is smaller, lighter and has less vibration that any other Sonicare toothbrush.

From the Manufacturer

The Sonicare FlexCare R910 toothbrush features the latest innovations in oral hygiene from Philips to deliver the cleanest, most refreshing teeth you can get between dentist visits. It features new ProResults brush heads, multiple cleaning modes, and built-in timers.

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New Brush Heads for Better Cleaning

The FlexCare uses the newly designed ProResults brush heads with increased tooth coverage and a broader sweeping motion that results in better plaque removal. Combined with Sonicare's sonic technology, the high-speed bristle action allows a powerful yet gentle cleaning action that ensures a deep cleaning between teeth and along the gum line. With a slim, angled neck, the FlexCare makes it is easy to access hard-to-reach areas of the mouth. The ProResults brush heads come in two sizes: "standard" for a regular cleaning, and "mini" for precision in hard-to-reach areas.

The toothbrush handle also has a new tapered design that is easier to grip, and with a non-slip soft grip for better control. Compared to the Sonicare Elite, the FlexCare is 30 percent smaller, 16 percent lighter, and has 80 percent less vibration, but achieves superior results.

Multiple Cleaning Modes

The FlexCare offers maximum flexibility with your teeth cleaning. There are three two-minute brushing modes that offer "Clean" mode for full power and optimal cleaning, "Sensitive" mode for gentler brushing in sensitive areas, and "Massage" mode for a stimulating, soothing cleaning action.

The FlexCare also offers two routines: "GoCare" is a quick one-minute routine for between regular brushings, and "MaxCare" is a three-minute cleaning mode that combines two minutes of "Clean" mode with one minute of "Massage" mode.

Thanks to the FlexCare's Quadpacer, the toothbrush beeps every thirty seconds to let you know it is time to move on to the next quadrant of your mouth. The brush also features a Smartimer that automatically shuts off the toothbrush after the recommended two minutes of cleaning (unless using the MaxCare routine).

And for first-time users of FlexCare, an "easy-start" feature allows you to work your way up to full strength by gently increasing the power over your first 14 uses.

Long Lasting Battery

With a lithium ion battery, you don't have to worry about running out of power when you're traveling; with regular brushing, the FlexCare lasts up to two weeks between charges. A deluxe recharge gauge on the handle keeps you notified of the amount of charge left.

What's in the Box:

Sonicare toothbrush, one ProResults standard brush head, deluxe charger with cord wrap and brush head storage, luxury soft travel case, hygienic travel cap, three additional color code rings.

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FlexCare R910 Toothbrush offers:
  • Three cleaning modes including Clean, Sensitive, and Massage
  • Lithium ion battery that lasts up to 2 weeks between charges.
  • ProResults brush head for more effective clean teeth.
  • Smartimer that automatically shuts off the toothbrush after the recommended 2 minutes.
Sonicare FlexCare R910 toothbrush Product shot

New ProResults brush heads have increased coverage for more plaque removal.

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Model #
HX6311/02 HX3351/02 HX5610/01 HX6511/50 HX6711/02 HX6732/02 HX6911/02 HX6932/10 HX6972/10 HX9332/05 HX8111/02
Rechargeable An easier way
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Quadpacer For best results use your Philips Sonicare rechargeable toothbrush with Air Floss
Brushing Modes
Ages 4 - 7 CleanClean Clean Clean Clean Clean Clean Clean Clean
Ages 7 - 10 Clean and White Clean and White White
Sensitive Sensitive Sensitive Sensitive Sensitive
Massage Massage Massage
Go Care/Max Care Go Care/Max Care Refresh Polish
Gum Care Gum Care Air & Microdroplet Technology
1 11 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
2 11 1 1 2 1 2 2 2
UV Brush Head Sanitizer
Travel Charger
Deluxe travel case with USB Charger
Illuminated Display

Product Details

Package Type: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 9.2 x 3.7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0013TVEWA
  • UPC: 075020803443
  • Item model number: HX6911/02
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (829 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,250 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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4.3 out of 5 stars

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200 of 208 people found the following review helpful By almosthappy VINE VOICE on April 15, 2008
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I have used many rechargeable toothbrushes in the recent years - many different models of Oral B and very recently the latest WaterPik Sensonic. This is actually the first time I'm using a Philips SonicCare. Here are my impressions/opinions:


- Brush body is light and highly portable. Many competitor models that offer comparable brush speed/features tend to be bulkier.
- Decent clean and polish. The model claims to be better than competitors, I have no way of verifying this claim myself. However, I find the brushing result to be at least as good as higher-end Oral-B and the WaterPik Sensonic.
- Essential timers - 2-minute brushing timer and 30-second quad timers. All other models have them, it is good these essential features are left untouched.
- Portable, all-voltage charger that's perfect for international travelers. While we are on the subject, folks who tend to travel internationally and are shopping around for a power toothbrush, should pay particular attention to this minor detail. Many models do not have international charger.

- Too many useless modes. Speed setting is good, but I feel Philips has taken this too far and came up with a list of different "cleaning modes". Basically, all these modes are nothing but pre-programmed sequence of speed/time settings. Most other models have one button where you can toggle between the speed modes. Realistically, that's all I need. I don't need these cheap, cheesy, and completely useless simple IC logics.
- Price. Perhaps due to all the cleaning modes, this brush is priced at 130+. IMHO, there are equally good models you can buy for much less.
- Only one brushhead included in the package. Come on, for around 140 a pop, you can't throw in at least a pair of brushheads?

Decent, but overpriced.
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571 of 609 people found the following review helpful By Traveler on April 16, 2008
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I want to stress that this brush works superbly. My 3 stars are for the value/bang for your buck aspect of this product.

I have used three other electric brushes besides this one. One was a very early model Sonicare, the other two were Braun Oral-B models. ALL of them worked great. The three other brushes I've used have all had excellent durability. And I never had a single cavity with any of them.

There are really just two major differences between these two brands. Brauns tend to have smaller heads and they have a kind of rotating pulsing motion. Sonicare models have more of a vibration motion and, in my experience, tend to tickle a bit more. Your mileage may vary. In my experience, Braun brush heads also tend to be a little cheaper.

All the electric toothbrush makers make claims about being the "best." However, as one major dental site commented, "There are currently no studies that we are aware of that compare objectively electric toothbrushes. The choice is really a personal one." If you look at multiple objective dental sources you'll find the same kind of advice - choose according to your own preference, not the PR spin of the companies making the brushes.

This specific model has 3 cleaning modes, 2 "routine" modes, 2 minute timer, a quad pacer (30 seconds per quarter of your mouth), and a few other lesser features. The thing is, all of these exist on many other brushes, many of them about $50 (or more) cheaper than this one. If you're looking for just a good electric brush then I can't recommend this model. For about $50 less you can get, for example, the Braun 8850 . . . or the Sonicare e5500, to name just two. They both have most of the exact same features as this model.
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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Philip R. Heath TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 26, 2008
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BACKGROUND: This is my second high end electric toothbrush. Prior to this one, I have used the Ultreo Ultrasonic, and I make comparisons between the two throughout my review.

SETUP: There's nothing too complicated about getting this toothbrush ready for use. I popped the end off of the brush head, and switched to the blue color ring in anticipation of this being a multi-user brush. After attached the brush head to the main body, I plugged in the charging base and put the toothbrush on to charge. There is a contradiction between the quick start guide and the detailed instructions. The quick start guide says to charge for a minimum of 2 hours while the detailed instructions call for at least 24 hours. I charged mine for about 5 hours before my first use. I doubt that there will be a negative effect on the battery life since this device is used about 5 minutes a day and sits on the charger for the remainder of the time - unlike a cell phone or other portable electronic device where you are more likely to drain the battery between charges.

After charging, I went ahead and made a few personalization settings. The personalization button is just below the power button, and it lets you choose between three brushing modes (Clean, Sensitive, and Massage) and two brushing routines (Go Care and Max Care). I did find it unusual to have these split out this way, but I guess more options appeal to a larger audience. I chose the "Clean" brushing mode because there is a special note in the instructions that this mode must be used for clinical studies. To me this implied that this is the most effective of the options.
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