Summary: I have been using this brush for a month now. My teeth feel cleaner and are whiter. I have very sensitive gums from jaw surgery, this has been great. My gums are much healthier now. Love the sanitizer. And it goes 3 weeks withoutneeding a charge.
Summary: I've read reviews on electric toothbrushes and decided I would go with the Flexcare Sonicare and the smaller brushes to get in those tight hard to reach places and it does get my teeth crazy clean. I like the timer option that alerts me every 45 seconds to change quadrants. I also like the massage option and the UV sanitizer, so I know my toothbrush is germ free.
Summary: I did a few things of research after my dentist recommended the Diamond version but "just place the heads on a cheaper model" was her full advice. After looking, I see that others have done this. I like the easy of use, the bell goes off when it is time to switch quadrants and there are basic settings. The UV Sanitizer comes in great with this virus season. Before I'd toss brushes out when being sick, but now I just pop them in and zap. Will this kill everything?
Summary: I tried The higher end Oral-B. Although it was higher-rated, I found that it vibrated and shook my head. I found that very uncomfortable and preferred the Sonicare. I also like you can use multiple heads so that more than one person can use it. It has uv light for sterilizing, & travel charger & case.
Summary: I do LOVE this toothbrush and do not have a negative thing to say about it. BUT if you don't need all the fancy options, such as sanitizing, different speeds, timed settings, two different brush sizes, etc. save your money and buy the cheaper version. It is just all bells and whistles and does not warrant the extra expense. The main thing is to CLEAN YOUR TEETH. And you can get that from the $70 version.