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stevec
Posted Jan 30, 2004
At 16:39
Electric Toothbrushes

I am considering buying an electric toothbrush and am looking at the Braun range versus the new Philips Sonicare. Has anybody used both? How do they compare?

Replies to this discussion Total Responses:9
Posted Jan 30, 2004
At 18:03
Electric Toothbrushes(Reply 3)

why not buy them both and write a review here? ;-)
Posted Feb 2, 2004
At 13:41
Electric Toothbrushes(Reply 1)

Perhaps with your many contacts you can get me a free sample of each, I am bound to give one of them a glowing review in return.....

Posted Feb 3, 2004
At 19:04
Electric Toothbrushes(Reply 2)

now that wouldn't be an unbiased view would it? ;-)
Posted Nov 18, 2008
At 9:21
Nearly FIVE YEARS later... :-D(Reply 4)

Rather than spend quite a lot of money on an electric toothbrush that has an 'alien' feel to it, and can be very uncomfortable to use if you have sensitive teeth, why not go halfway and try an Oral B Pulsar?  This is just like an ordinary toothbrush except that the bristles vibrate as you clean your teeth in your usual manner, and it is more effective against plaque.  I've had two electronic toothbrushes that are languishing here unused, but I love my Pulsar.


One thing, the first 'batch' of these tended to be unreliable as to battery life (the battery is not replaceable), but I think there's been a relaunch and the latest ones are OK.  Mine have lasted anything between one and three months, and the bristles don't 'fray' as quickly as with an ordinary toothbrush because - I think - one tends to exert less pressure.

Posted Oct 31, 2009
At 6:22
Electric Toothbrushes(Reply 5)

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Posted Oct 31, 2009
At 6:24
Electric Toothbrushes(Reply 6)

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This is just like an ordinary toothbrush except that the bristles vibrate as you clean your teeth in your usual manner, and it is more effective against plaque.

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