Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush 2 Minute Timer

Walmart # 550652702

Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush 2 Minute Timer

Walmart # 550652702
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Philips Sonicare Essence Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush has a 2 Minute Timer that helps ensure dental professional recommended brushing time. The soft grip helps you better control your Sonicare toothbrush and adds comfort. The uniquely angled brush head neck of this toothbrush head makes it easier to reach back teeth, removing plaque in those hard-to-reach areas. It also removes up to 2 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. Includes: 1 Charger & Soft Travel Case. 2 Year Limited Warranty.

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  • Patented sonic technology
  • Removes more plaque than a manual toothbrush
  • Helps improve gum health
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    Water leaks. Mold/Fungus.

    The charger stand has an ugly dark brown/black mold which keeps coming back after cleaning. Water leaks into the brush head.

    Not what I expected

    I have always used Sonicare, since they were introduced. They last a LONG time. Mine finely died after several years of good use. I went to WalMart to get a new one, and didn't really think I needed to "compare". I just got this one because it used the brush heads that I like and the price was fair. I did not realize until now that this thing "turbo charges" after 14 uses! It seemed OK when I first started using it. Then I started getting sores in my mouth. I changed brush heads thinking that was the problem. Then I realized it was not pausing every 30 seconds, which is really something we all need to get an even brushing time. I came on here and found out that is a "added feature" when it used to be standard. I have been having to use a manual toothbrush waiting for my mouth to heal. If I do try the automatic again then I get another sore place. If I still had the box I would take it back for sure. I am curious if anyone else is having problems with the speed being to rough on their gums.

    Decent product for the new electric toothbrush user.

    We bought these as a way to have better oral hygiene as we don’t have dental insurance and aren’t able to go to the dentist as often as we should (we understand that this product is not a replacement for going to the dentist). We initially loved the toothbrush’s but as time has gone on they have not held up as well as they should have. We purchased them online and the main issue was the person had posted a solution...well they were wrong. The solution of using a o ring did not work and the mold is a pretty big issue. You basically would have to detail clean the brush after every use to try to prevent it. The mold makes the toothbrush smell and it’s pretty gross when cleaning it not to mention that mold is bad for your health. When these eventually stop working we will be doing our research to find a better brand/design and will definitely be going with a upgraded version. This was our first time using a electric toothbrush and now we know to do better research for next time.

    So glad to be back to a Sonicare toothbrush!

    I used a Sonicare toothbrush for several years until the battery finally died. As I was looking for a new one I read the reviews of Oral B toothbrushes and decided to give it a try to see if it might be even better. I used the Oral B for the past couple of years. It was fine but I noticed that my I was getting a lot of plaque buildup on my teeth and I was having to floss every single day without fail to keep up with it. My teeth also just started to not feel clean even after brushing. I noticed an ad a couple of weeks ago for a Sonicare toothbrush that was on sale and I decided to try Sonicare again. I was so shocked at the difference!! After the first use my teeth felt cleaner than they had in a long time, and the plaque isn't a problem like before. It's just amazing to me the difference between the two, and that's why I wanted to share my story and give a review on this. Hope it helps!


    I was very happy to receive my first electric toothbrush. It was recommended by my dentist to use an electric toothbrush to remove more plax and increase brushing time. Well, I used it today (April 5, 2018 - Thursday) and I had so much fun brushing my teeth! I put the toothpaste on the brush and turned it on and WOW- toothpaste went everywhere. Therefore, I tried it again but I first put the the brush in my mouth before cutting it on. It still didn't help,toothpaste went everywhere. Therefore, I just rubbed the toothpaste on my teeth and than brushed. Well, that worked! Although, it appeared to stall if my mouth wasn't open wide and it seem to cut off before 2 minutes. It might just have appeared to me to cut off quickly because I was having so much fun with it. Maybe someone can give me better instructions on how to place the toothpaste on the brush so that it doesn't go all over the place (LOL). Thanks! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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