|Product Name||Adult Power Toothbrushes - Sonic|
|Age Range Description||Adult|
Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100 Electric Toothbrush, Black (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) HX6221/67
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|Age range (description)||Adult|
|Special feature||Brushing Timer|
|Power source||Battery Powered|
|Item firmness description||Hard|
|Number of items||1|
|Included components||1 DailyClean 3100. Brush heads: 1 C1 ProResults standard. Charger: 1. User manual. Guarantee.|
|Model name||Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100 Electric Toothbrush, ProResults Brush Head- HX6221|
About this item
- Experience a new level of clean with Philips Sonicare
- Removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush, helping to reduce cavities
- Easy-start programme assists transition into using an electric toothbrush
- Angled brush head for better access to back teeth
- Two week battery life limits the need for frequent charging
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Experience a new level of clean with Philips Sonicare. It removes up to 2x more plaque than a manual toothbrush, helping to reduce cavities. Its angled brush head allows better access to back teeth and hard-to-reach places. Philips Sonicare's advanced sonic technology pulses water between teeth, and its brush strokes break up plaque and sweep it away for an exceptional daily clean. Easy start program builds your Philips Sonicare routine. It takes just 2 minutes to thoroughly brush your teeth, DailyClean has a SmartTimer that signals when the time is up and a QuadPacer that lets you know when you've spent the optimal amount of time on each section of your mouth.
Handle: 1 DailyClean 3100. Brush heads: 1 C1 ProResults standard. Charger: 1. User manual. Guarantee.
From the manufacturer
Better access to back teeth
This plaque-removing toothbrush has a slim, angled brush head which provides better access to back teeth and hard-to-reach places.
QuadPacer and SmarTimer
It takes just 2 minutes to thoroughly brush your teeth. Our QuadPacer lets you know when you've spent the optimal amount of time on each section of your mouth while our SmarTimer signals when your total time is up. Together they help you reach your recommended brushing time, every time.
Ease into your new routine
Starting something new can take some getting used to. Our easy-start programme gives you the option of a gradual, gentle increase in brushing power with the first 14 uses with your new toothbrush.
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Personally I think that these handles and heads are effective at removing dental plaque, but not quite as well as a similar oral b product does. Both products use an ultra sonic cleaning method to vibrate the mono filaments in the brush head to vibrate dental plaque away. The difference in my view is that the oral B uses a stiffer fibre and more importantly, which the ultra sonic level is lower, the oral b incorporates mechanical cleaning as well. In this regard I have tested this Bruch and handle using dental disclosing tablets, which strain the translucent dental plaque to make it more obvious. I found that the Philips brush and head to be effective, but not as effective as the equivalent oral b product.
So why did I purchase this brush? I alternate between this brush and my oral b Bruch as I find that the softer brush head and less mechanical brushing process is more comfortable for my teeth where I suffer dental hypersensitivity.
They all get exactly the same problem - the vibration gets so weak that it no longer cleans my teeth. For some of this it started getting weaker even before 1 year old, but by 2 years is really weak. For at least one of them this happened fairly suddenly.
Therefore there seems so be a design fault. I can see online that many other people get the same issue. This is an expensive toothbrush, and it is not acceptable for them to consistently break so soon.
Philips, please sort out this problem!
Generally, this product doesn't last long and are more like disposable
toothbrushes then something we use to call electronic device. 4 out of 5 toothbrushes developed an issue where they had just did not move too fast and strong enough to clean properly but still there was some movement and the user just don't notice it straight away (until one day then you use a new Philips Sonicare toothbrushes or is so bad that can be ignored).
But in the case of Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100 it just stopped working after 8 months for this I would give it 2 stars but in comparison to my previous Sonicare toothbrushes, this one was the low budget option (lesson learned) and was not equipped with "sensor" that minimize the power when pushed too hard, this effect in massive gum pain and in general was not too comfortable to use (bulky) for this reason that I think is just degrease and really bad made I will give it 1 star and highly advice everyone to stay away for this particular model. For Philips Sonicare in general the quality of cleaning is great and just you need to be prepared to change more often than you are used to and as they are so much expensive that is a big factor to consider.
Battery last for 5 days. Mush shorter then premium models.
Firstly, with 2 mins usage twice a day it took over 24 hours to recharge the battery - and that is with weekly recharging!
Secondly, the body of the 3100 is quite large. Higher spec models are much thinner.
Thirdly, the toothbrush lasted less than 17 months before it finally gave of the ghost. What a waste of money!
My advice? Look for higher spec models when they are heavily discounted.