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I've had one for a few years, but last year could not find replacement heads for the sonic version. I'd recommend this as long as you can get replacement heads. They last about 4 months for me.
The heads are different from the other models, like oral-b vitality precision clean.
The sonic heads have no moving parts; they just vibrate. The precision heads have oscillating heads. I switched over to the precision clean so I could get replacement heads at the store.
I like both, if nothing else, the two minute timer reminds me to keep brushing!
In for one.
Hm, suspiciously few of these are selling in West Virginia. Coincidence? I think not...
pfxk wrote:These are junk, nothing like a Sonicare or the more expensive Braun Sonic. Don't waste your money.
Had S200, and this one works EXACTLY the same.
My old Sonicare was good, but not better (plus the brush replacements were $20 a pop.
IrishLass622 wrote:You just made my head hurt...
You overlooked that fact it's BATTERY driven.
i want but dont need 2 =/, and its bout to sell out ahh
rlj1010 wrote:Not to put pressure on you, but....
...the button is bouncing. It's almost sold out. If you want it, act fast.
Well my decision was made for me... I just checked and I don't have 30$ in my bank account... :P Oh well.
You can buy new heads on ebay.Heads for this Woot brush that is.
First thing I checked was to see if these were refurbished!
By the way, I was at Target the other day. They had a 5 pack of replacement heads that were Target brand that fit the Vitality and many other brushes. I believe it was either $25 or $20. I think it was for the Precision Clean (spinning heads) model and not the Sonic one though.
I bought this offer. I'm disappointed Woot sold it. This little brush was a rip-off. "less than 20,000 vibrations per second" is NOT sonic. It is just a toy Satellite of Love! It is a toy.
My roommate just got his in today and there is some sort of Chinese or Japanese writing on it. Seems like some sort of Asian rip off :dunno:
Works well though!
The writing is Japanese. Made in Germany though. But could not open the battery compartment. Anyone try?
phuocly wrote:The writing is Japanese. Made in Germany though. But could not open the battery compartment. Anyone try?
It has english (UK) on on side of the instructions. However it states "Opening the handle will destroy the appliance ..."
My toothbrush isn't working after 24 hours of charging. Anyone else?
texachusetts wrote:My toothbrush isn't working after 24 hours of charging. Anyone else?
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I will check mine when I get home tonight and post on it. It will be 24 hours then.
BobinPasadena wrote:I will check mine when I get home tonight and post on it. It will be 24 hours then.
Well, mine turned on even after only 5 minutes of charging (granted, it didn't stay on for that LONG). I would assume that if yours isn't charging after 24 hours, you may have a problem.
I got mine the other day.
I know they are new but the head looks refurbished... as in previously used.
I will say this...
I have the Engrish version and this one is MUCH stronger.
Well mine works great. You must have gotten a bad one.
It's been 48 for me and only a 5 second charge...I assume these have been lying around for some time so that batteries have gone. Kinda displeased, but I guess I should have been more cautious about buying something with a rechargable battery without knowing how long it had been on the shelf.
One of mine thus far is working great. Time to put the other one on charge to make sure it is fine....
I got mine late last week and will be using one for home and one at the office. Both work great and my teeth feel a lot cleaner than the regular toothbrushes I was using before. Then again, it could be that I'm also brushing a lot longer. Two minutes seems to be a long time to be standing in front of the mirror...
This is all I have to say about my received items.
Mine isn't working either.
I've had it sitting on there for a good 12-13 hours (even if it isn't "fully" charged, there shuold be a few seconds to let me see this thing actually works).
I've only opened one, and it's working fine. I did notice that the charger seems to be a bit hot, however. I'm not overly worried, however, as it sits on a ceramic counter.
I like it, however. It does a good job, and my teeth feel clean.
I'll have to open my other one and see if it works.
Where are the replacement brush heads? I got my package and it was just two of the toothbrushes. It has the charging stand, manual, and the toothbrush.
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QuixoticMalice wrote:Where are the replacement brush heads? I got my package and it was just two of the toothbrushes. It has the charging stand, manual, and the toothbrush.
kwame84 wrote:how do these things charge?
i have purchased it and it does not work properly. I have fully charge it and it does not spin properly.
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lavleen wrote:i have purchased it and it does not work properly. I have fully charge it and it does not spin properly.
Had 2 of them running now for over 2 weeks... that's a record for anything I've purchased on Woot!
After a few weeks of use, one brush no longer works at all after running only intermittently from day-one, the other one is fine. (Before you ask, yes, I changer charger bases ;)
These are nothing like the Sonicare toothbrush I had which finally died after nearly 10 years of daily use by both my wife and I. I realize these cost considerably less than a Sonicare, but I would have thought they would have worked more than a few weeks.
Can I exchange these for a bandolier of carrots?
I hate these.. they barely work.. you basically have to move them in your mouth like a normal toothbrush.. they pretty much only vibrate but don't rotate or anything!
I went back to using my normal toothbrush after a few uses..
If you were unfortunate enough to have made the mistake of purchasing these relatively useless toothbrushes...take heart, they make great jewelry cleaners! As far as your oral health...not so much
Been using mine since July. Haven't had any problems. Seems to do its job.
good buy for the price. came with 6 heads, enough to last a year or more. the white bristles seem to get scraggly pretty quick, but no problems with the charger. i lovingly call it my w00tbrush
We have been using these daily and they work great. Had a sonicare befor that broke after several years and didn't replace it.
After using these for 5 mounths I feel they These are working just as well as sonicare did even if these are a little weaker in sonic action.
The low price of these make them a huge value
compared to sonicare.
Ive had these for 18 months, and I've had no problems, they are great. I expect to be using them for years to come.
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