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Landon Allen
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Which Sonicare To Buy ##VERIFIED##

All Sonicare DailyClean brushes are supplied with one brush head and last up to two weeks on a single charge, but only the DailyClean 3100 has a light to indicate the current battery status, which is a very useful feature. The 1100 and 1200 may be cheaper, but we think it's worth paying a little extra for the battery indicator so your brush doesn't run flat.

which sonicare to buy

We spoke with several experts on the subject of oral health, including dentists, dental hygienists, faculty at leading dental schools and research universities, as well as consumer advisers appointed by the American Dental Association (ADA), which confers a Seal of Acceptance on dental care products that seek the certification and meet a set of agreed-upon criteria. We also consulted experts and caregivers who help others with oral hygiene.

The Pro 1000 is rated to last for seven days of brushing sessions on one charge; in our real-world testing, it lasted for 11.5 days on average, which is typical for a brush in this price range. Like the more expensive models we tested, this brush survived its drop and dunk tests, drops easily onto its charging cradle, and is designed so that swapping our brush heads is quick and easy.

An older version of the Pro 1000 had a grippier handle with ridges, which tended to accumulate dribbles and made the brush handle a bit more difficult to keep clean. A 2021 redesign of the Pro 1000 handle made it more streamlined, with fewer grooves to wipe clean.

The funny thing about electric toothbrushes is how similar a $70 model is to a $200 one. Beyond an automated two-minute timer, there are precious few necessary value-adds to an expensive rechargeable electric toothbrush, but a lot of unnecessary ones: a travel case, a UV sanitizer (which is of negligible use), maybe a couple of extra heads, a slightly sleeker body, a longer-lasting battery, or maybe the ability to sync to an app. As for sonic cleaning and different cleaning modes, experts tell us they are not necessary.

The Philips Sonicare 2100, 5100, 5300, 6100, 6500, and 7500 all feature the same technology as the 4100 and 1100, with 31,000 bristle movements per minute. They differ in levels of intensity (for instance, the 2100 offers two levels while the 6100 offers three) and the number of cleaning modes (the 1100 and 2100 only offer one while the 6100 offers three). The pricier models also include accessories such as a travel case, which are nice but not necessary.

100% silk, which you can add to your compost. Mint flavor. Only downside of silk is that it breaks more easily. Comes in an ultra-mini reusable glass container which is excellent for travel or on-the-go.

Numerous studies and reviews of the evidence base (1,2,3,4) show that electric toothbrushes are better at removing plaque than a manual. They are less technique sensitive, making it easier for most people to completely remove bacteria-containing plaque, which causes both dental decay and gum disease.

Whilst the science says the Oral-B is only slightly better than Sonicare, whether this will make much difference in the mouth is unclear. There are other factors at play in the real world, such as comfort during use, noise levels and personal preference, which all influence how well a person brushes with a certain type of brush.

The ultrasonic (non-contact) method of cleaning is good, but not effective enough by itself. This is why Sonicare (and similar toothbrushes) work at a range of vibrations that also includes speed which physically remove debris. Because you can hear the vibrations, these brushes are called sonic brushes. Purely ultrasonic brushes should not be used on a day to day basis because they do not remove all the plaque.

Firstly, you need to determine which model of Sonicare toothbrush you have! The most accurate way is to find the HX number marked on the bottom of your toothbrush handle. In the example below this is marked HX9340. You can ignore the last two digits as these generally only refer to the colour of the handle. So this brush is part of the DiamondClean HX9300 series. Parts are generally interchangeable between any of HX9300 series models (HX9330, HX9350, etc.)

There are three different types of connector block available.The standard block shown above (top photo), which is fitted with a tall rubber seal and a solid plastic collar clipped over the seal. There is also a ridge on the metal shaft that the collar clips to.The second type shown above (middle photo) has a flat seal with no collar, and no ridge on the metal shaft. This type can be retrofitted to most brushes that take the standard connector block.The third type of block shown above (bottom photo) has a flat seal with no collar, but also has a coil of copper wire wound around the white plastic surround. This is for brushes which need to sense the chip in the smart brush heads. This type of block cannot be retrofitted to brushes requiring the first two types of connector block.

The PCB or mainboard of your Sonicare is susceptible to moisture damage. Water entering the handle can cause corrosion on the fine metallic tracks of the PCB which can break the tracks. Make sure when buying a replacement that it is from the same HX series as your existing brush as different series have the buttons and LEDs in different positions. Some of the HX6900 series brushes have the LEDs in slightly different positions such as the HX6950 which varies from the HX6920 and HX6930 positions. The brushing modes might be in a different order too.

The most common type of charger is the HX6100 shown below. It is compatible with nearly all Sonicare toothbrushes apart from classic DiamondClean and DiamondClean Smart models. This Sonicare charger is sometimes supplied with an optional shroud, cover or surround which includes holders for your brush heads. The alternative part number is CRP239. Replacement chargers are commonly available, both new and used. Check that the charger you buy has a suitable power plug fitted. See the links below the photo for where to buy.

The mains chargers (HX9200 or CRP249) and the cable are available separately as shown in the links below. Check that the charger you buy has a suitable power plug for your wall socket and that the cable has a USB-micro plug on the end that plugs into the case (not USB-mini which is larger).

The classic DiamondClean Sonicares were also available with a charging travel case (HX9210) which allows you to store your toothbrush with its heads and easily recharge it whilst travelling. The travel case is available in various colours, including grey/green, black/green (CP0470), black/purple (CP0471), pink/white and rose-gold/white (CP0475). See the links below the photo for where to buy a new carging travel case.

The charging travel cases are powered through a USB-mini socket and a splash-proof mains electrical adapter. Available replacements are the charger (HX9200 or CRP249) and the cable (CRP248 (white) or CP0467 (black)) as shown in the links below. Check that the charger you buy has a suitable power plug for your electrical outlet and that the cable has a USB-mini plug on the end that plugs into the case (not USB-micro which is smaller).

Hi I have a new Philips Sonicare 2100 & cannot find my charging base after a big sort out & think It may have been thrown away by mistake ?.The bottom of the toothbrush code is HX365W1 & the box shows HX3651/13 . Can anyone tell me a part no. or other model numbers/names which have compatible charging bases please .

BrushPacer is a beep-and-pause signal that reminds you when to move on to brushing other sections of your mouth. It also integrates with the Sonicare smartphone app. Its precise settings vary according to which brushing mode has been selected.

The company makes rechargeable electric toothbrush devices that send a powerful vibration through replaceable brush heads. The sonic energy makes the brush bristles vibrate so that they automatically clean teeth and massage your gums. Additionally, the energy creates waves in the air and saliva around your teeth which also helps to remove plaque from hard-to-reach places.

An electric toothbrush is more effective than a manual one because it does all the work for you. Sonicare brushes, in particular, have added technology which ensures that you spend enough time brushing. They also feature remarkably long battery life and a quieter vibration noise when compared with other electric toothbrushes.

This high-end model also comes with brush matching technology which automatically senses which brush head you have attached and then changes the mode automatically. For example, if you have the W3 (whitening) brush head, the brush will automatically switch to Whitening mode. You can override this option by manually selecting the mode you want.

Battery life for the DiamondClean was better than expected giving us 37 days of battery life which is well-above the advertised 2 weeks. The glass cup which doubles as an induction charger will take almost 18 hours to completely recharge the battery.

The first rule of Sonicare is that all of their products begin with an HX followed by a stream of incomprehensible numbers, a slash and another set of numbers. This is the only way you know exactly which product you have.

So, at the bottom of the Sonicare line is the DailyClean series. These are the most basic and inexpensive sonicare brushes you can buy starting at under 30 euros (310 SEK / 27 GBP). There are 3 main model numbers, 1100, 2100, 3100. You can also get the 3200 and 3500 which are 3100s with extra stuff. The 3200 comes with a whitening brush head and the *500 designation usually means you get a travel case.

One downside of this series is that these have the old NiCad batteries which do not last as long as the newer Lithium Ion batteries, so we would recommend stepping up to the next run on the Sonicare ladder. 041b061a72


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