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Where To Buy Philips Sonicare Brush Heads



This rating that Sonicare bestows on some of their brush head designs is an indication of the level of tooth-to-bristle contact that takes place during use. A higher value would generally be associated with heads that are more effective plaque removers.




where to buy philips sonicare brush heads



Almost all current Sonicare models have a design where their brush head snaps into place over a rod on the toothbrush handle. This is in comparison to the older-style e-Series brush heads that have a large screw-on fitting (currently, only the Essence model uses this type of head).


After brushing and spitting for months, we present to you the most comprehensive and up-to-date guide comparing all existing Philips Sonicare brush heads. Now you can make the right choice when purchasing your next brush head.


The shaft seal fits between the metal shaft that drives the motion of the toothbrush head and the plastic casing of your Sonicare. These small seals are all that stands between the delicate electronics inside your Sonicare toothbrush and the water that gathers around the bottom of the toothbrush head. They can go mouldy and perish, allowing water to seep inside the toothbrush handle where it can start to corrode the motor, PCB and electronic components. Below you can see the standard tall flexible seal, a solid plastic seal collar/retainer and the newer style of flat seal.


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 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.


Also compatible with the same models as the HX6100 above, are the HX6150 and HX6160 chargers. These chargers include a built-in ultraviolet (UV) sanitizer to sanitize your toothbrush heads. The alternative part number is CP0741. The compartment on the charger contains a UV lamp and it opens up for you to place your toothbrush heads in for sterilization/disinfection. Spare UV bulbs/lamps are also available. Check that the charger you buy has a suitable power plug fitted. See the links below the photo for where to buy a new one.


The offical Sonicare USB charger from Philips is the HX6110 shown below. It is compatible with nearly all Sonicare toothbrushes apart from classic DiamondClean and DiamondClean Smart models. It plugs into a USB outlet to charge your Sonicare toothbrush. See the links below the photo for where to buy.


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 E-Series Sonicare brushes were sold under the Advance, Elite, Essence and Xtreme model names and the model numbers a4000,e5000,e7000 and e9000. They came with large, screw-on replacement heads as pictured below.


It sounds like these are older E-series Sonicare toothbrushes with the large screw-on heads. Your brush might be one of the Elite, Essence, Advance or Xtreme models in the E-series. Heads for the E-series brushes are available new on eBay here.


I've noticed these brush heads don't quite fit properly. They have a habit of vibrating loose and make a terrible noise. It's the plastic nipple at the base of the stem vibrating against the metal band at the base of the brush head making this highly annoying high pitched whine. Not all brush heads do this, but so far, all of the Diamond Head brush heads that I've purchased do. What a joke for something that costs such a pretty penny.


The Philips Sonicate optimal plaque Control brush head features a concave trim profile specifically designed to target tooth-decaying plaque by hugging teeth and offering better conformity and surface-area coverage. Compatible with all click-on Sonicate models, these replacement brush heads remove up to 6x more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Use with a Philips Sonicate brush Sync(TM) compatible handle (Diamond Clean Smart or protective Clean) to unlock Smart features brush Sync mode-pairing triggers your handle to select optimal mode and intensity level for exceptional plaque removal (certain models only) brush Sync replacement technology tracks how often and how hard you brush and will notify you when it is time to replace your brush head. Also, reminder bristles fade to let you know when its time for replacement. Replace your brush head every 3 months as recommended by the American Dental Association. A fresh brush head every 3 months maximizes the effectiveness of Philips unique Sonicate technology. 041b061a72


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