Well over 95% of people, rated this toothbrush very highly. We found it a common statement that, having gone from a normal manual brush to the Oral B Triumph 5000, the difference in whiteness was noticeable. This toothbrush is even Platinum approved by the British Dental Assoication.
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If you’re in the market for a new sonic toothbrush then the Philips Sonicare HX6972 could well be for you. Philips Sonicare has an extremely good reputation, and many people swear by them for their cleaning, whitening and stain removing ability. The HX6972 is one of the best brushes around.
The Professional Care 1000 is a wild best seller, and offers some of the features of the more expensive brushes at a bargain price. We’re a really big fan of Oral B electric toothbrushes, particularly the Triumph 5000, but can the 1000 hold a light to such an advanced brush? Check out our review to find out.
The Sonicare DiamondClean has been around for a while, but with the price coming down significantly now we decided that it was time for us to take a serious look. This is the most innovative toothbrush that we’ve seen in a long time. Could the DiamondClean be the brush to steal the Triumph 5000′s crown? Take a look at our review to find out…
We were very impressed with the Oral Professional Care 1000, but felt that it could benefit from a few more features. The Professional Care 2000 has a more comprehensive set of features and contains the same great 3D cleaning technology. We take a look at this mid range brush, and find out how well it performs.
The Professional Care 3000 includes 3D Cleaning technology which pulsates and oscillates 40,000 times per minute and rotates 8800 times per minute, for whiter teeth within 21 days. We thought it was time we took at a look, and what better way to start that with the best selling Oral B Professional Care 3000. Can it challenge the Triumph series for quality and usability? Let’s take a look and find out.
Users of the Philips Sonicare Healthy White Deluxe commonly pointed to the good value of this toothbrush, which has a lot of features but is actually quite a lot cheaper than other Philips models that we’ve looked at.
Today, we’re taking a look at the Sonicare HX5350 which is a cheaper Sonicare toothbrush than be had for under £30. Can it hold up to the competition from the higher-end brushes? There’s only one way to find out!
Despite lacking some of the more advanced features of the more expensive brushes, the Oral B Professional Care 1000 that we recently reviewed was well received as a capable toothbrush. This week we’re taking a look at the Oral Professional Care 500 – an even more cost effective model. Can this cost-effective brush stand up to the competition from the more advanced brushes? Let’s take a look.
The Sonicare range from Philips is often seen as the best toothbrush range by many. When researching the Sonicare HX6711 HealthyWhite, we noticed a worrying trend. Around 50% of the reviews were negative…