Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected vs DiamondClean Smart

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Which one would we choose?

Our Choice:  Sonicare DiamondClean Smart (view on Amazon)
2nd Choice: Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected (view on Amazon)

Budget electric toothbrushes these are not.

Here we have some of the most feature rich and most capable electric toothbrushes with more features and box contents that many of us need, but wow what an experience they offer.

The FlexCare Platinum Connected has a more functional look and feel to it, but it is beaten by the DiamondClean Smart because it all just feels a bit more perfected and premium for not a lot more.

Our Choice
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart 9300 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, Black HX9903/11
Brush Name
Sonicare DiamondClean Smart
Customer Rating
Electric Teeth Rating
5/5
Our Review
Price
$199.95
Prime
Our Choice
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart 9300 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, Black HX9903/11
Brush Name
Sonicare DiamondClean Smart
Customer Rating
Electric Teeth Rating
5/5
Our Review
Price
$199.95
Prime

Key Differences

DiamondClean Smart vs Flexcare Platinum Connected

  • The DiamondClean Smart is the better looking of the 2 brushes.
  • The FlexCare Platinum Connected comes in White only compared to the White, Black, Pink, and Silver color choices of the DiamondClean 9500.
  • The FlexCare Platinum has 3 cleaning modes (Clean, White, and Deep Clean) compared to the 5 (Clean, White, Deep Clean, Gum Health and Sensitive) of the DiamondClean Smart 9500.
  • The DiamondClean can be charged within the travel case, which in itself if more premium.
  • The FlexCare comes with 2 brush heads (1 x AdaptiveClean & 1 x InterCare) compared to the 4 (1 x C3 Premium Plaque Control, 1 x G3 Premium Gum, Care, 1 x W3 Premium White and 1 x TongueCare+ tongue brush) with the DiamondClean.
  • The DiamondClean Smart comes with BrushSync technology that detects brush head wear and selects the appropriate cleaning mode.
  • The motor in the brush handle offers up to 31,000 movements per minute compared to the 62,000 of the DiamondClean.
  • The DiamondClean comes with a charging glass rather than a charging stand.
  • The FlexCare comes with a UV sanitizer in the box.
  • The DiamondClean has a visible pressure sensor.
  • The FlexCare is the cheaper of the 2 models.

DiamondClean vs Flexcare Platinum Connected

As explained in more detail below, included also is a comparison of the DiamondClean (non-smart) edition.

  • The DiamondClean is the better looking brush.
  • The DiamondClean comes in 5 colors (White, Black, Pink, Rose Gold, and Amethyst) compared to the White of the Platinum Connected
  • The DiamondClean offers 5 cleaning modes (Clean, White, Sensitive, Gum Care and Deep Clean) compared to the 3 (Clean, White, and Deep Clean) of the FlexCare Platinum Connected.
  • The FlexCare offers 3 brushing intensities that the DiamondClean does not.
  • The DiamondClean allows the brush to be charged in the case.
  • The DiamondClean comes with 3 brush heads (1 x AdaptiveClean, 1 x DiamondClean Standard and 1 x InterCare Standard) compared to the 1 x AdaptiveClean and 1 x InterCare Standard with the FlexCare Platinum Connected.
  • The DiamondClean comes with a 3 week battery life compared to the 2 of the FlexCare.
  • The DiamondClean comes with a charging glass compared to the standard charging stand with the FlexCare Platinum.
  • The FlexCare Platinum Connected has Bluetooth connectivity.
  • The FlexCare Connected comes with a UV santizer.
  • The Platinum has a pressure sensor built in.
  • The FlexCare Platinum Connected is the cheaper of the 2.

These differences are explained at length later in this article. However, you might wish to learn more about each brush being compared. To do so, check out our hands-on reviews:

Please note. Every effort is made to ensure the key differences listed are correct, but these differences are subject to change without notice. Products and the box contents can be changed without notice and different variants can exist.

Confusing model range and product names

Philips Sonicare’s naming convention for their brushes is confusing!

You might think that there is 1 model of the FlexCare Platinum Connected and 1 model of the DiamondClean, but sadly not.

There are a few different variants.

Each variant offers different features, box contents or comes in a different color.

I list out these variants below in a way that should make more sense.

Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected

  • FlexCare Platinum Connected – HX9191/02
    • 3 cleaning modes
    • 3 different brushing intensities
    • 14 day battery life
    • Travel cases included
    • 2 brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • Pressure sensor in handle
    • White colored brush handle
  • Flexcare Platinum Connected with UV Sanitizer – HX9192/01
    • 3 cleaning modes
    • 3 different brushing intensities
    • 14 day battery life
    • Travel cases included
    • 2 brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • Pressure sensor in handle
    • UV sanitizer included
    • White colored brush handle
  • FlexCare Platinum Connected Dispense – HX9193/04
    • 3 cleaning modes
    • 3 different brushing intensities
    • 14 day battery life
    • Travel cases included
    • 3  brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • Pressure sensor in handle
    • UV sanitizer included
    • 2oz BreathRX included
    • White colored brush handle
  • FlexCare Platinum Connected Dual Handle – HX9192/30
    • 3 cleaning modes
    • 3 different brushing intensities
    • 14 day battery life
    • 2 x Travel cases included
    • 3  brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • Pressure sensor in handle
    • 2 x White colored brush handles
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Sonicare DiamondClean

  • DiamondClean
    • 5 cleaning modes
    • 21 day battery life
    • Travel case that can charge the brush within, included
    • 3 brush heads included
    • Brush handle color variants
      • White – HX9332/10
      • Black – HX9352/10
      • Pink – HX9362/10
      • Rose Gold – HX9392/05
      • Amethyst – HX9372/10
  • DiamondClean Smart 9300
    • 4 cleaning modes
    • 14 days battery life
    • Travel case included
    • 3 brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • BrushSync brush head wear detection
    • BrushSync brush head cleaning mode selection
    • Brush handle color variants
      • White – HX9903/01
      • Black – HX9903/11
      • Pink – HX9903/21
      • Siler – HX9903/41
  • DiamondClean Smart 9500
    • 5 cleaning modes
    • 14 days battery life
    • Travel case that can charge the brush within, included
    • 4 brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • BrushSync brush head wear detection
    • BrushSync brush head cleaning mode selection
    • Brush handle color variants
      • White – HX9985/01
      • Black – HX9985/11
      • Pink – HX9985/21
      • Siler – HX9985/41
  • DiamondClean Smart 9700
    • 5 cleaning modes
    • 14 days battery life
    • Travel case that can charge the brush within, included
    • 8 brush heads included
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • BrushSync brush head wear detection
    • BrushSync brush head cleaning mode selection
    • Brush handle color variants
      • Lunar Blue – HX9957/51

The DiamondClean and the ‘smart’ variant are quite heavily promoted and often get more attention than lesser featured models. As such it only seems right to include both variants in this comparison.

Therefore I am going to put what I believe to be the best Platinum Connected variant, the Flexcare Platinum Connected with UV Sanitizer – HX9192/01 up against, the DiamondClean series.

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Detailed comparison: what’s the difference between the Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected and the DiamondClean?

Having outlined the key differences, please let me explain them in a little more detail, for you to be able to make a more informed judgment on which brush is right for you.

The first point that I wish to consider is the design.

Design is open to personal preference, so your opinion may differ, but I believe the DiamondClean is the better looking of the 2 brushes.

It looks the more premium and has more of a minimalist design, whereas the Platinum Connected feels much more about function.

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There are bigger, bolder and more clearly labeled buttons and controls.

In many respects, this bold design is better as things are clearer.

Both handles are cylindrical in their design.

The FlexCare Platinum handle is White in color, with a Silver panel on the front.

It is inside this panel that all the core functions and controls can be found.

On the rear of the brush handle is a series of raised dots, that act as gripping points for the fingertips, for a secure hold.

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The Platinum Connected comes in only this color.

The DiamondClean, however, is available in White, Black, Pink, Rose Gold and Amethyst.

If you consider the Smart variant of the DiamondClean, then you get the choice of White, Black, Pink, and Silver.

Neither DiamondClean has any grips on the brush handle.  The matte finish of the paint/plastic manages to be quite grippy in itself.

Within the busy front panel on the FlexCare Platinum Connected is the main power button.

A protruding Silver button, it is clear with a tactile feedback.

Below this are 3 LED’s aligned horizontally.

These are for the brushing intensity.

If 1 LED is lit Green, the intensity is set to low.  2 Green LEDs and the intensity is set to medium and of course 3, and then its set to high.

This intensity is controlled via the + and – buttons that sit below.

The control is reminiscent of a volume button on a television remote control.

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Beneath this sits a further 3 LEDs stacked on top of each other with the name of a cleaning mode separating them.

Each LED is lit when the appropriate cleaning mode is selected.

The cleaning mode is selected by the next button lower down the handle.

This means that both the intensity and cleaning modes are controlled via independent buttons.

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Right at the bottom of this panel is the battery status icon, 3 LEDs aligned horizontally.

Quite a lot going on, the functional design works and is easy to get to grips with.

On the DiamondClean, the story is a little different.

With the DiamondClean, this is a single button.

This controls the power and is used to cycle through the cleaning modes.

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A concave design, it makes for a natural place to rest the thumb.

Appearing to disappear into the brush handle body are the cleaning mode icons and battery status icon.

These are not really visible until the brush is switched on, at which point they become illuminated by a White light.

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The DiamondClean Smart, on the other hand, is somewhere between the 2.

It has 2 buttons, 1 for power and the other for controlling the cleaning modes and intensity.

However, the design ethos is still minimalistic.

The base of the brush handle on the FlexCare offers up a recess for the charging stand prong to fit in, whilst the DiamondClean has a purely flat surface.  More on this shortly.

So, to the cleaning modes then.

The FlexCare Platinum Connected offers, Clean, White and Deep Clean.

Both the DiamondClean and DiamondClean Smart offer these modes, but they do too offer Sensitive and Gum Care modes.

Differing modes use different levels of power and vibration patterns from the motor.  The DiamondClean has the benefit of the Sensitive and Gum Care modes that are more sensitive and use less power.

However, what the FlexCare has going for it, is the ability to change the intensity of the clean between, low, medium and high at any point, in any mode.

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Just make use of the volume like controls (+ and -) on the brush handle.

Sonicare argue you then get 9 possible cleaning options as a result.

This is a neat touch and makes for a more enjoyable brushing experience.

Reduce the intensity if you feel a little tender in the teeth and gums or increase it if you want to make full use of the powerful motor for that invigorating clean.

You do not get this option on the DiamondClean.

Opt for the Smart version and you do get the ability to change the intensity on all 5 modes.  In theory, that offers 15 possible cleaning mode combinations.

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These cleaning modes are powered by a motor built into the brush handle.

The FlexCare Platinum Connected and the DiamondClean have a maximum output of 31,000 movements per minute.

The DiamondClean Smart offers up to 62,000.

Selection of the appropriate cleaning mode and intensity will affect the number of movements the brush actually delivers to the brush head.

Whilst there is argument that the additional movements can clean the teeth better, it is far from a make or break factor and there are other techniques and changes that can have a bigger impact.

Naturally, both the FlexCare Platinum and the DiamondClean come with brush heads provided in the box.

Sonicare offers a range of interchangeable brush heads that work with the vast majority of their brush handles.

In the box of the DiamondClean comes 3 of those different styles.  You get 1 x AdaptiveClean, 1 x DiamondClean Standard and 1 x InterCare Standard.

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The FlexCare Platinum Connected on the other hand comes with 1 x AdaptiveClean and 1 x InterCare Standard.

The heads differ in their style, bristle configuration and cut.

The idea is that each head achieves slightly different results.

Whilst they all offer a good overall clean, the DiamondClean head is engineered in such a way that it should help whiten teeth and buff them up to a good shine.

Therefore using the DiamondClean head on the White mode may achieve better whitening results than other brush heads.

It is a case of you finding what style of brush head you like and using that.

It is here that the newer DiamondClean Smart 9500 has a few tricks built in.

It comes with 4 brush heads in the box.

They are 1 x C3 Premium Plaque Control, 1 x G3 Premium Gum, Care, 1 x W3 Premium White and 1 x TongueCare+ tongue brush.

Just like the heads with the FlexCare Platinum Connected, these are interchangeable and can be used on almost any Sonicare brush handle on any cleaning mode.

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But, these heads are more expensive.

They typically cost $12-14 each compared to the $8-10 for a normal Sonicare head.

Why is this?

Inside the brush head is a microchip that communicates with the brush handle.

This communication is known as ‘BrushSync’ and works in 2 ways.

The first is that it tracks how long a brush head has actually been used for.

A head should be used on average for 3 months, based on 2 cleans per day at 2 minutes in length.

When the brush detects the head has been used for this long, on the DiamondClean Smart only, a notification will light up to alert you that it is recommended to change the brush head.

It would not alert you until 6 months after first use,  if you used that head only once a day for 2 minutes.

A neat feature this is.

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But the 9500 goes a little further.  It has an automated cleaning mode selection.

Fit the Premium White brush head to the handle and it will select the White cleaning mode automatically.

Fit the Plaque Control brush head and it will change the mode to Clean.

You can use standard Sonicare brush heads (cheaper) on the DiamondClean Smart, but the brush will not automatically change cleaning modes, it will also not tell you when it is time to change brush head.

Smart brush heads like those provided with the DiamondClean Smart will also not offer any smart functionality on any other brush handle other than the DiamondClean Smart.

All very impressive, it does come at a cost premium.  In truth, given the prices of these brushes that is not all that unsurprising and we are not talking about huge amounts of money.

Those brush heads are responsible for cleaning off all the germs on your teeth and gums, so even after brushing, some will reside within the bristles.

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A feature that the FlexCare Platinum touts that neither DiamondClean model do, is the inclusion of a UV Sanitizer.

Like a little storage cabinet, the sanitizer is built onto a charging stand.

It actually offers a place for the brush handle to be sat and charged whilst the brush heads are in the sanitizer.

Within the unit are 2 little prongs that allow the heads to be placed inside and stood upright.

Position them, so that the bristles face the internal lamp, close the door and press the Green button on the top to begin the cleaning cycle.

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Lasting 10 minutes the UV bulb produces rays that kills any lingering bacteria trapped on the brush head.

Whilst fairly compact it does take up space on the countertop, more than a normal charging stand.  However, it does too provide a home for the brush heads when not in use.

How frequently you run the cycle is up to you.

It does need to be connected to power for it to run, a 2 pin US power adapter is hardwired into the unit.

Opening the door mid cycle will stop the process.  You can also press the power button again to end this.

We’ve written about santizers in more detail in our post on the best toothbrush sanitizers.

Something else the DiamondClean misses out on is a pressure sensor.

If you brush too hard when using the FlexCare Platinum Connected, the brush handle will vibrate to alert you to this fact.

It is perhaps an underrated feature as some people, particularly those transitioning from a manual brush have a tendency to brush too hard.

One reason the DiamondClean Smart is appealing is that it too has a pressure sensor, but this has been upgraded to a visual sensor.

From the base of the brush emits a Purple light.  This light will go out when the pressure is reduced.

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The bristles need only skim the tooth surface.

In the box with the FlexCare Platinum Connected is another charging stand.

A White plastic unit, it has a power cable wired into it.

The prong on the top fits into the base of the brush handle and it sits upright on the stand.

The DiamondClean and the Smart 9500 come with a more glamorous, but bulkier charging glass.

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Like a glass tumbler you might have a stiff drink in, it sits on a charging plate.  That charging plate connects to the power and passes charge through the glass and into the brush.

The brush doesn’t stand upright in the glass, it leans against the side.

It looks classy, but does take up more worktop space.

The Platinum Connected needs charging every 2 weeks, whereas the DiamondClean can last for 3 between charges.

The Platinum comes with a travel case that will hold the brush and 2 brush heads.

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However, the DiamondClean takes this to the next level.

It is more robust and stylish with a magnetic close lid, compared to the old fashioned plastic clasp.

However, the killer feature is really the ability to charge it within the case.

Using a provided USB to microUSB cable, the brush can be charged using USB power.

This is particularly convenient for travelers who wish not to take the charging glass.

The USB cable is detachable.

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The newer Smart 9500 goes one stage further with this in case charging.

The USB cable is hardwired into the case and tucks away in the base.

It is a neat touch and makes for a more convenient solution when traveling with no ability to lose the cable, as is possible with the DiamondClean.

A final feature that the DiamondClean Smart and FlexCare Platinum boast, but the DiamondClean does not, is Bluetooth connectivity.

Hence the FlexCare Platinum Connected name.

A free app for iOS and Android can be downloaded onto a smartphone and the brushes paired.

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The app will take real time data from the brush if it is in range at the time of brushing.

It will track and log your clean, giving tips and advice on how to achieve better results.

You can see your cleaning history and help build up a picture of your routine and areas for improvement.

It is a bit like having a dentist looking over your shoulder as you brush.

The intention is to be educational and make you better at cleaning your teeth.

You need not have the smartphone with you all the time.  They 2 will sync next time they are within range, but for maximum benefit using the app is advised.

As you might have guessed, the FlexCare Platinum Connected is the cheapest of the 3 models I have discussed.

The DiamondClean is then the next most expensive, with the DiamondClean Smart 9500 being the most premium.

With a relatively small financial difference between each, I will explain more shortly.

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It is easy to overlook basic features built into any of these brushes, so for your reference, here are a list of features all the discussed models have.

  • A 2 minute timer and 30 second pacer built in.
  • Automatic power off at the end of the cleaning cycle
  • Sonic cleaning action
  • Easy-Start – Increases the power of the brush motor over 14 cleans
  • Water resistant handle.
  • 2 year warranty.

For further information, check out the reviews or product pages on the Sonicare website, all of which are linked at the end of this article.

Does one clean better than the other?

Yes, potentially, but I have no evidence to confirm this, only theory.

My hands on use and testing have not been conducted in any way that could be considered scientific or clinically accurate.

I am not aware of Sonicare doing such aside from comparing to manual brushing.

The fact that the DiamondClean offers 5 modes compared to the 3 of the FlexCare Platinum is some argument for that.

However, the variable intensities of the Platinum is too ground for debate.

Both the Platinum Connected and the DiamondClean offer up to 31,000 movements per minute.  The Smart 9500 offers double this at 62,000 movements.

Double the number of movements can mean better cleaning performance.

But, it really is not that simple to say or conclusively confirm this.

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All are going to be help remove more plaque and debris than a manual brush due to the movements they offer, but there are so many variables.

The way the brush is used, how often the mouth is cleaned and the diet all have a bearing to some degree.

Too few brush for the right amount of time.  Just brushing twice a day for 2 minutes can have a massive improvement, far greater than any one toothbrush.

All 3 models go above and beyond typical electric toothbrushes in that they offer variable intensity settings and cleaning modes.

The Platinum Connected and DiamondClean Smart do to have Bluetooth connectivity.

If made use of correctly, the app can better educate you on the brushing technique and routine.

The information the app provides is data those with non-connected models would not know or have and puts those using either of these brushes at an advantage.

Quite quickly, brushing approaches can be improved for the best result.

An additional argument is that that DiamondClean Smarts brush head reminder system and automatic cleaning mode selection could also help maintain and achieve a fantastic routine.

Ultimately though, the real world difference in cleaning effectiveness between these 3 brushes should not be exaggerated.

You are most likely going to gain the biggest benefit by improving your technique and regularity than selecting one particular brush.

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Is one better priced than the other?

As I suggested above, the Platinum Connected is the cheapest brush.

When I say cheap, in toothbrush terms it is still pretty expensive compared to what you can get.

A fairly entry level toothbrush with what I would consider the core features can cost on average $40-80.

As you might expect, the more you pay, often the more you get.

Earlier in this article, I listed the different variants and between the FlexCare Platinum Connected with and without a sanitizer is about $10.

For $10 it seems logical to take advantage of this feature.

But, the Platinum Connected with a sanitizer, model number HX9192/01 is about $190.

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The suggested selling price is $220, so there is a $30 saving.

The DiamondClean has the same suggested retail price of $220 and is too subject to somewhere between $30-40 in discounts by retailer.

This makes the 2 brushes within a few dollars of each other.

Of course, prices are always subject to change, but I am trying to give an average market price here.

Whilst the in case charging, more minimalist design and the better battery life are appealing, I would generally suggest going for the FlexCare Platinum Connected.

Yes, you read that right, I would suggest the less featured model.

For me, it’s the Bluetooth that wins it.

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However, here is the kicker.

I have been mentioning the DiamondClean Smart 9500 throughout this comparison.

This has a retail price of $270, but sells much nearer the $240.

This is approximately $50 more than the DiamondClean and the FlexCare Platinum Connected, but this is the one I would buy.

Although expensive, it offers all round better value if you want one of these more premium models.

Consideration should be made for the brush heads.

Standard brush heads are typicaly $8 each and these fit and work on all the models mentioned.

If you wish to benefit form some of the smart BrushSync capabilities of the 9500 you need the more expensive heads that will cost $12-14 each.

Whatever your opinion, don’t stretch yourself.  Buy what you can afford. Consider the alternatives if these are too expensive.

Please note that all prices quoted are approximates and will vary based on location, supplier and time of purchase.  These figures were correct at the time of writing and should not be relied upon as hard fact, but used as a guide during your decision process.

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Conclusion

If the decision was between the DiamondClean and the FlexCare Platinum Connected, I would go for the latter.

Whilst it might not have the in case charging, shorter battery life and more functional design, the Bluetooth connectivity is a killer feature and can really help step up your oral healthcare game.

However, the new DiamondClean Smart 9500 is another $50.

Extra money it might well be, but it gives the best of both worlds.

The Smart has the Bluetooth connectivity and intensity settings that the standard DiamondClean does not offer.

It has too the premium travel case with in-case charging, the visible pressure sensor as well as the more premium design and BrushSync features.

Over the lifetime of this brush, the premium price paid will be well worth it for the benefits gained.

Your teeth will thank you and you will get the seal of approval from your dentist if you use it right!

Our Choice
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart 9300 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, Black HX9903/11
Brush Name
Sonicare DiamondClean Smart
Customer Rating
Electric Teeth Rating
5/5
Our Review
Price
$199.95
Prime
Our Choice
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart 9300 Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, Black HX9903/11
Brush Name
Sonicare DiamondClean Smart
Customer Rating
Electric Teeth Rating
5/5
Our Review
Price
$199.95
Prime

Your Opinions

Ultimately, whatever brush you decide upon, it is you who needs to make the decision; but do so based on which is best for your needs or that of the end user.

Only pay the price you are happy with and do not be led into buying something if it is not right.

Hopefully, I have presented the facts and made the whole decision process that little bit easier.

If you found this useful, have any questions, thoughts or opinions, please leave them in the comments below.

About Jon Love

Jon is a leading voice on electric toothbrushes and has been quoted by mainstream media publications for his opinions and expertise.

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Passionate about business and helping others, Jon has been involved in various online enterprises since the early 2000s.

After spending 12 years in consumer technology, it was in 2014 that he focused his attention on dental health, having experienced first-hand the challenge of choosing a new toothbrush.

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