Philips Sonicare Advance (A-Series) Replacement Brush Head, Standard (2-Pack) Review
I am shocked at the price of this at Amazon...Over . The same exact replacement sells for at Sears.
Just google "sonicare replacement toothbrush" and you will see a picture of the replacement for Advance. Its the first one on the left. I just read that the E replacement will fit on the Advance toothbrush. With that said, I may try the E which is sold at Walmart and if it does not fit, I can return it. I do like the Advance brush but it gets all yukie around the greenish part of the toothbruse at the base. I can't seem to get that old toothpaste out of there no matter how much I soak it. Good luck people
Philips Sonicare Advance (A-Series) Replacement Brush Head, Standard (2-Pack) Feature
- 2 standard size replacement brush heads
- Compatible with all Advance Series handles
- 8 rows of extra-soft, rounded bristles
- Color-coded for individual users (Color of strips may vary)
- Formerly known as "compact" size
Philips Sonicare Advance (A-Series) Replacement Brush Head, Standard (2-Pack) Overview
For use with Advance series handles only. Works with all original Sonicare and Advanced series handles. Optimum tooth coverage for efficient cleaning. Not compatible with Elite series handles. Will this work with your handle? Yes if - Advance 4100 to 4800 models and all original Sonicare handles; No if - Elite 7100 to 7800 models. (Formerly known as Compact size.)
Philips Sonicare Advance (A-Series) Replacement Brush Head, Standard (2-Pack) Specifications
For optimum cleaning performance, electric toothbrush heads should be replaced every six months. This set of two standard-size replacement brush heads fits all original Sonicare and Advance series handles. Color-coded for individual users, each brush head features eight rows of extra-soft, rounded bristles for gentle yet thorough cleaning. The standard size was formerly known as compact. --Ann Bieri
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Not Too Thrilled Over the Price - George Praisewater - San Jose, CA
I like my Sonicare and replace the brushes every 6 months. So I go online to order new A-Series brushes from Amazon like I always to and I see Amazon doesn't carry them, but an Amazon seller does ... for . Are they serious? That's more than I paid for the whole thing in the first place. How does the seller sleep at night? Does he feel any guilt?
Brush Heads were SOFT - S. Mitchel -
I came online to buy brush heads for my Sonicare toothbrush because I own an older version and have trouble finding the correct replacements in stores. I found them to be almost useless. The brushes were so soft I doubt they would last two weeks. In fact, the brush heads that I was replacing which were 8 months old had more firmness to them than the brand new brush heads that I ordered here. Either I just got a bad pair (yes, both were the same), or someone is scamming people. These brush heads appeared to be the used ones that people throw out after using them for the recommended six months. If I knew how to request a refund, I would do it. These people should be ashamed of themselves. I have been using Sonicare for over 10 years and buying the brush heads at retail outlets and have never bought a pair of brush heads of such poor quality. Beware of these brush heads! Anyone else have a similar experience with these brush heads?
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