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PHILIPS Sonic Electric Toothbrush

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PHILIPS Sonic Electric Toothbrush

Remove up to 7 x more plaque than a manual. Feel the difference of a gentle clean with our Pressure Sensor while removing up to 7 x more plaque than a manual toothbrush.

Benefits

Proven to improve oral health

  • Up to 7x more plaque removal than a manual toothbrush
  • Safe and gentle on sensitive areas, orthodontics and dental work

Innovative technology

  • Philips Sonicare’s advanced sonic technology
  • Lets you know when you’re pressing too hard
  • Connects smart brush handle and smart brush heads

Designed around you

  • Always know when to replace your brush heads
  • A great way to get used to your new toothbrush
  • Encouragement to brush thoroughly
  • Makes traveling easier for you.

Features

Say goodbye to plaqueimage 1

Densely-packed, high-quality bristles remove up to 7 x more plaque than a manual toothbrush. And the specially curved power tip makes reaching the teeth at the back of your mouth a breeze.

Safe and gentle

You can be sure of a safe brushing experience: our sonic technology is suitable for use with braces, fillings, crowns and veneers, and helps prevent cavities and improve gum health.

The only true sonic technologyimage 2Philips Sonicare’s advanced sonic technology pulses water between your teeth, and its brush strokes break plaque up and sweep it away for an exceptional daily clean.

Too much pressure?image 3

You may not notice if you’re brushing too hard, but your toothbrush will. If you start taking it out on your gums, the toothbrush will make a pulsing sound as a reminder to ease off on the pressure.

BrushSync technologyimage 4A microchip-enabled technology that detects and synchronises the smart brush head with the smart handle. The smart handle and smart brush head pair is a powerful combination that enables Smart replacement reminders.

BrushSync replacement reminderimage 5

All brush heads wear out over time. But our BrushSync technology tracks how long you’ve been using your brush head for, and how hard you’ve been brushing. When it’s time to replace it, a light on your handle and a short beep will let you know. That way, you can be sure your brush head is doing a good job.

Easy-start programme

Starting something new can take getting used to. That’s why our easy-start programme gives you the option of a gradual, gentle increase in brushing power the first 14 times you use your new toothbrush.

Helpful timers

Our QuadPacer lets you know when you’ve spent just the right amount of time cleaning each part of your mouth, while our Smartimer tells you when you’ve brushed for the recommended two minutes.

Handy travel case and chargerimage 6

Our premium travel case lets you store your toothbrush hygienically, while our compact charging base keeps you topped up when you’re on the go. You do get two weeks of regular use from a single full charge, but the charger’s just the ticket for longer trips.

Specifications

Please note that this is a pre-sales leaflet. The contents of this leaflet reflect the best of our knowledge per date and country mentioned above. The contents of this leaflet are subject to change without notice. Philips does not accept any liability as to the contents of this leaflet.

Modes

  • Clean For exceptional everyday cleaning
  • 2 intensities Low High

Items included

  • Handle 1 ProtectiveClean
  • Brush heads 1 C2 Optimal Plaque Defence
  • Travel case 1
  • Charger 1

Design and finishing

  • Colour Black Grey

Cleaning performance

  • Speed Up to 62,000 brush movements/min
  • Performance Removes up to 7x more plaque*
  • Health benefits Helps reduce cavities
  • Pressure feedback Vibrates handle to alert user
  • Timer SmarTimer and Quadpacer

Smart sensor technology

  • Pressure sensor Alerts when brushing too hard
  • BrushSync Replacement
  • Reminder
  • Always know when to replace brush heads

Ease of use

  • Handle compatibility Easy click-on brush heads
  • Battery indicator Light shows battery status
  • Handle Slim ergonomic design
  • Brushing time Up to 2 weeks

Technical specifications

  • Battery Rechargeable
  • Battery type Lithium ION
  • Operating time (full to empty)
  • Up to 2 weeks

Power

  • Voltage 110-220 V

Service

  • Warranty 2-year limited warranty

Packaging dimensions

  • Height 23.70 cm
  • Width 17.30 cm
  • Depth 6.50 cm
  • Net weight 0.36 kg
  • Gross weight 0.49 kg
  • EAN 08710103863922
  • Number of products included 1
  • Country of origin CN
  • Harmonised Systems Code 850980

Outer Carton

  • Length 21.40 cm
  • Width 18.70 cm
  • Height 25.60 cm
  • Gross weight 1.67 kg
  • EAN 18710103863929
  • Number of consumer packages 3

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips N.V. or their respective owners. www.philips.com

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FAQ’S

Is sonic toothbrush the same as Sonicare?

Philips Sonicare brushes take another approach entirely. Instead of oscillating, Sonicare brushes move side-to-side in what is called sonic motion. While this is effective enough, the sonic motion necessitates a larger oval-shaped brush head which can be less comfortable to move around inside your mouth.

Do dentists recommend sonic toothbrushes?

One isn’t necessarily better, but some dentists prefer the high-frequency power of sonic toothbrushes. Pressure sensor: You don’t want to ever brush too hard. Brushes with pressure sensors will beep or stop to signal you’re being a bit too thorough.

Can sonic toothbrush damage teeth?

They found that sonic toothbrushes caused the most abrasion to the dentin, followed by oscillating, and that manual toothbrushes especially those with rippled bristles created the least.

How much should I spend on an electric toothbrush?

Disposable battery-operated brushes cost about $6 to $15, while rechargeable electric versions range from $40 to more than $150.

What are the disadvantages of an electric toothbrush?

Electric Toothbrush Cons
One of the main disadvantages of electric toothbrushes is the cost. They are more expensive compared to manual toothbrushes, making them less accessible to everyone. Electric toothbrushes are also fragile and require a lot of care to prevent damage.

What is the difference between Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean and Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum?

Both are great toothbrushes, but they serve different purposes. The Diamond Clean is a great choice for those who want a premium toothbrush with a lot of features, while the FlexCare Platinum is ideal for those who want a simpler, more affordable option. Both brushes offer superior plaque removal and gum health over manual brushing.

Are electric toothbrushes good for tongue?

Although it is possible to clean your tongue with a manual or electric toothbrush, their bristles and head shapes just aren’t designed for cleaning the soft fleshy surface of the tongue.

What is the difference between Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ and Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite?

Both are great options for those looking to improve their oral health. The FlexCare+ offers more features, including SmartTimer and QuadPacer, while the HealthyWhite offers the same features as the FlexCare+ but comes in a variety of colors. Both brushes offer superior plaque removal and gum health over manual brushing.

Which brush head should I use?

It’s important to use the right brush head for your teeth and gums. Use this guide to help you choose the best brush head for your needs.

How do I know when to replace my brush head?

It’s recommended that you replace your brush head every 3 months or sooner if you begin to notice that your brush head is not cleaning as well as it did when it was new. You may also notice that your brush heads no longer fit securely on your handle or that the bristles become deformed or frayed with repeated use.

How do I know if my toothbrush is working properly?

If you notice any of these issues, it’s time to change your brush head: You feel excessive vibration Your brush head no longer fits securely on your handle The bristles become deformed or frayed with repeated use Your toothbrush no longer feels like it’s cleaning effectively

How much toothpaste do you use with an electric toothbrush?

Use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste. Word to the wise: Don’t turn the brush on until it’s inside your mouth – otherwise, you could shoot that pea-sized dab of toothpaste across the bathroom!

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Documents / Resources

PHILIPS Sonic Electric Toothbrush [pdf] User Manual
PHILIPS, HX6800, HX68003, Toothbrush

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