Today we’re taking a look at the Philips Sonicare for Kids HX6311. If you take a look at some of our other electric toothbrush reviews, you’ll notice that parents have mentioned that many of the features of an electric toothbrush are helpful in encouraging children into healthy brushing habits. Philips have introduced their kids toothbrush with these kinds of problem in mind. Is this kids electric toothbrush any good? We’re going to take a good look and find out.
If you’re in the market for a new sonic toothbrush for your family, Philips have now bundled together two Sonicare FlexCare HX6952 brushes in one pack; perfect if you’ve got a large family or you simply don’t like to share your toothbrush! The Sonicare Flexcare range is a very well received range of sonic brushes, the value of this 2 pack offer is tempting, but how do the brushes shape up? Let’s find out.
We’re big fans of Philips and their Sonicare range of electric toothbrushes, they tend to shake up the market with innovative and useful new ideas. We were excited to see, therefore, that Philips have again come up with a brand new idea, the Sonicare Airfloss HX8111 – an electric device that flosses your teeth using air and water. Now, nobody relishes the process of flossing (although it is necessary folks!) so this new device could well be a god-send. You can be sure that we’ll be preparing a review here at Best Electric Toothbrush Reviews, as soon we get our hands on one, but until then we’re going to take a look at the features of the unit and give you a quick preview of what Philips have in store for us.
The Sonicare range from Philips has been an extremely popular line of toothbrushes for a while now; in fact they are often seen as the best electric toothbrush range by many. Generally, reviews of the Sonicare range are overwhelmingly positive, so the Sonicare HX6711 HealthyWhite electric toothbrush has a lot to live up to! Will it measure up to it’s sonic toothbrush siblings? Let’s take a look.
Philips make some great electric toothbrushes, and we’re almost always impressed with what they have to offer with their Sonicare range. A lot of Sonicare brushes, however, tend to be full-to-the-brim with high-end features. As such, they do tend to have a price tag to match. Today, however, we’re taking a look at the Sonicare HX5350 CleanCare which is a cheaper Sonicare toothbrush that be had for under £30; Philips answer to the Oral B 1000 model. Can it hold up to the competition from the higher-end brushes? There’s only one way to find out!