Philips Sonicare HX6952/71 FlexCare Electric Toothbrush Reviews

Sonicare HX6952The Philips Sonicare range delivers another exemplary product with a unique feature to further sweeten the deal. User reviews are about with glowing satisfaction with the performance of this brush. Take in all those features in light of the exceptional standing of the brand in industry and health professional circles, and you can see why the FlexCare is doing so well. The FlexCare is available in a handy twin pack for convenience of purchase, storage and transportation.

With three varied brushing modes and two customized personal cleaning routines, the FlexCare offers 31,000 brush strokes per minute for guaranteed effectiveness. The Clean, Sensitive and Massage modes offer intense, delicate and pulsing actions. Go Clean mode for maximized brushing action, Sensitive for gentle work on delicate gums and teeth and Massage mode for an invigorating pulsing action for greater gum health. The two personalised cleaning routines, Go Care and Max Care allow you to opt for a swift, intense clean or an extensive, deep clean to suit your convenience and requirements.

The ProResults brush head delivers a more comfortable fit in the mouth so you can easily manoeuvre the brush to work best for you. These brush heads have a contoured fit, a wider range of bristles and a broader sweeping brushing motion so you can cover teeth evenly. The Standard and Compact options on brush heads give you the choice of precision or comprehensive cleaning as you require. The Smartimer feature allows you to limit your brushing time to the dentist-recommended two minutes by stopping the brush when you go past the allotted time. This is optional; you can always reset this feature if you want to extend your brushing time anyway. There is also an inbuilt 30 second interval timer which beeps every half-minute to get you to move to the next section needing to be brushed. This way you can ensure an even clean.

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