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"Great Electric Toothbrush!" - By RadiantBeauty (San Francisco, California)
I have no cavities and was happy with my Sonicare toothbrush which I had been using for several years. On my recent dental check-up, my dentist noticed that my teeth were stained from the tea that I drink and asked me what type of toothbrush I use. She recommended that I consider buying this Oral-B toothbrush because it could help remove the tea stains.
This is an excellent electric toothbrush and it makes my teeth feel smooth and clean after brushing. The timer and pressure warning feature are nice and the brush is much easier to keep clean than the Sonicare I used to use. The only negative comment I can think of is that the brush head might be a little big for some people; I found brushing around my back molars a little difficult. Overall, though, this German-made toothbrush is probably one ... full review
"works great, dont be an idiot and drop $200.00 on a toothbrush" - By Bren
I picked this up to replace a sonicare with a dead battery.... it works great... and dont be fooled... all the other versions of sonicare work exactly the same as this one does.... it just does not have
bluetooth...programmable... internet capability smart technology... blah blah blah whatever...
and who cares... its a frickin toothbrush... the last one of these I had was one step up the scale and it went off after 2 min to inform me I was done... seriously.... I can figure that out on my own....
this one does something radical.... it cleans your teeth.... and leaves you the hell alone.... Id call that pretty perfect!
"Excellent cleaning and design" - By Adam Wood (Tucson, AZ USA)
This is my second Oral B electric toothbrush, and I've been very happy with both of them. The first one is a 3D Excel that I've used for over five years. The Professional Care 1000 is very similar to the 3D Excel. From what I can tell, it's primarily cosmetic changes - and the 1000 only has one speed instead of two on the 3D Excel.
The level of clean achieved with these toothbrushes has been excellent for me. The amount of time that my dental hygenist spends cleaning my teeth is much lower since I started using the Excel. IMO, you can't go wrong with an Oral B electric toothbrush, and it really comes down to choosing a model based upon the features that you want. In the five plus years that I've used my 3D Excel, I have never used the ... full review
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"Why won't this thing turn off? Oh... I'm an idiot." - By Super Mum (California)
First things first. Read the manual. Or at least this review. Otherwise you will think you are crazy.
The obvious comparison here is the Sonicare which I am quite versed in. I owned a Sonicare for years until its inevitable demise two months ago. I went to purchase the same/similar model here on Amazon: [[ASIN:B000AMRIIK Philips Sonicare Essence HX5752 Power Toothbrush]] . Upon receiving the new model not much had changed, or at least nothing I noticed on first glance. Upon using it, it lacks the power of one I previously owned, is LOUD and rattles, does not brush as well and still suffers from the gross out factor of the Sonicare E series (seriously how hard is it to change the model so it doesn't get all your saliva/toothpaste/tartar stuck inside?). Unfortunately, the quality or quality control of the Sonicare had ... full review
"Works as Advertised" - By Penn Quaker (Barrington, IL)
It is quiet compared to the OralB I had been using. It vibrates, pulsates and moves at high frequency as the videos you can see online show, Philips calls it Sonic. Every 30 seconds there is a brief pause and noise to tell you to move on to the next quarter of your teeth. After two minutes it shuts off. You get used to all of the above pretty quickly. Battery life seems long (no recollection of excessive charging). The handle/brush are long enough to get to the back teeth without any problems. The brush itself is small enough to get around to all areas. Short term quality has been good, long term is to be determined. But, if you register Philips gives you 2 1/2 years warranty which seems generous.
Clearly an upgrade from the $15-20 OralB electric toothbrush ... full review
"Kicking and screaming" - By J. L. Tracy (Spring Hill, FL)
I was so opposed to spending this much on a toothbrush that I really thought I'd be sending these back! Ha! We all love them and the results are absolutely phenomenal. I have never been so diligent in brushing but after 2 crowns I decided a set of 6 for the whole family was less than half the cost of one crown!
I bought this on the recommendation of my dentist's office. It does everything claimed. My teeth feel much cleaner than with manual brushing. I keep one at home for daily use and the other one in my luggage. I used the one in my luggage on a recent week long trip. I charged it when I first received it about three weeks before the trip. I tried to recharge it just before the trip but it indicated that it was already fully charged. I used it the entire trip without keeping it in the charging stand (no room) and it held its charge fine the entire time. I put it in the charger when I got home and it needed only three or four hours to charge instead of the full 24 hours it needed when I first got it.
The design is interesting. The handle that contains the ... full review
"Oral B Has Learned a Lot about Electric Toothbrushes" - By Lonnie E. Holder (Columbus, Indiana, United States)
The last Oral B electric toothbrush I reviewed as way back in 2009, the Oral B Pulsonic. That toothbrush had some issues, including a head that unlocked too easily, at least at that time. It is possible Braun, the maker of Oral B, has corrected that problem. It seemed to me in 2009 that Oral B had a lot to learn about electric toothbrushes, and my experience with this toothbrush shows me that Oral B has learned a lot since my previous experience.
The heads on this toothbrush feature two portions. One portion is fixed, the other moves back and forth, which would be up and down if you hold the toothbrush horizontally. If you use the toothbrush as you would a manual toothbrush, you get the benefit of the fixed bristles and the benefit of the moving bristles, which helps clean your teeth ... full review
Electric toothbrush newbie here so take my enthusiasm with a grain of salt - but I absolutely love this product! I took it out of the box and plugged in the base for approximately 15 minutes and it was ready to go. The manual says that it takes about 48 hours to fully recharge, but that it doesn't need to be fully charged to be used. While charging, the green light at the base blinks on and off. I placed the brush head on top, pressed the green button and brushed away. It took only a minute to get used to the firm brushing sensation and the low humming noise. I only needed a little bit of toothpaste and about two minutes of brushing to achieve what amounts to the cleanest teeth I've ever had outside of the dentist's office. I am a fastidious manual brusher as well ( I ... full review
"Great Tooth Brush, really feels solid and powerful as expected" - By Andy Karklins (Roselle, IL United States)
Great product, sleek design, aesthetically pleasing looks, this is a great product that works as expected. Very powerful, feels good!
After the initial charge the batteries didn't last as long, currently lasting a week, although that is not a problem. When charging there is a flashing light that could be a little annoying to some people, it will look like a steady slow pulsing.