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  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head

Philips Sonicare

Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head

Philips Sonicare

Genuine Philips Sonicare E Series Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Hx7023/64, 3 Brush Head

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Product Description Product Description
  • Genuine Philips Sonicare rechargeable electric toothbrush head
  • Compatible with screw on Philips handles: Advance, Essence, Elite, CleanCare and Xtreme handles. Not compatible with Essence+
  • #1 Recommended power toothbrush brand by Dental Professionals
  • Up to 2x more plaque removal versus a manual toothbrush.Dentists recommend replacement every 3 months for optimal results
  • Brush head system:Screw-on
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Ahhh. I love the smell of a clean bicuspid in the morning.If you're looking for that authentic, Philips Sonicare E-series experience, look no farther, my friend. This is it, right here.Now, many have tried to duplicate, imitate, replicate and sublimate the Sonicare E-Series brush head over the decades, and if you're like me, you've fallen for those schemes and scams over and over. And why wouldn't you? The Sonicare's a pricey little mistress. If there's a way to just cut a few corners, be ecumonical, and spend less money on half a vibrating toothbrush so you can save up for that sweet, rebuilt Harley-Davidson your neighbor Amsterdam Phil is selling on his front lawn, well duh, that is a solid plan. SO, like me, when your bristles grew pale and frizzy, petting your enamel instead of scrubbing it, you may have headed for Target's dirt-cheap 6-pack of replacements, or Walmart's, or Toothmart's, or an unpronounceable off-brand from Asia, thinking, "Those Korean children are competitive geniuses. I bet they can retrofit a Sonicare head by the time they're in Pre-K. This replacement pack from Ktwokzha50 for 3, They All Broke within a Month.I have never had an issue with Sonicare Replacement Heads before, and I may have just received a bad set this time. The 1st head I tried made a loud noise when I turned it on, and didn't vibrate like Sonicare Heads normally do. I thought it may just have been a bad head, so tried another. The second worked for approximately 2 weeks, then the same issue happened. Thinking it may have been the base to my toothbrush, I had my wife use the 3rd and I went and bought a single head off the shelf at the local Target. Her lasted 3 days and had the same issue. Again, this is the 1st time this has ever happened and chances are it may be a manufacturing issue, but to spend this much money on 3 heads that didn't work, is annoying.1Questionable quality, now made less durable and shorter lasting?I have owned and used daily a Sonicare brush for about 20 years, since the mid-1990's. In the past couple of years I've noticed the brush heads just don't seem to last nearly as long as they used to. In previous years I would replace the heads about every 6 to 9 months. The past 2 years the brush heads have needed replacement about every 30 to 45 days. I have always brushed 3 times per day and used the Sonicare timed function to brush consistently, as I said above for about 20 years. I have almost perfect and healthy teeth and gums, have only two small fillings, and no decay or other issues. I've also had my teeth cleaned every 6 months for all those years. My dentist says I am his most boring patient. Since my brushing habits have not changed I have to assume the brushes are no longer made with the same quality. There are multiple reviewers on the internet that say they've noticed the same thing. Some say it must be because the brush heads are now made in China. I have read that many people have switched to the Braun toothbrushes because they are made in Europe. It's pretty sad when the USA cannot make a decent toothbrush! I am considering trying the Braun to see how it compares and will make future purchases according to the results.2Not a good batch of brush heads or something else...I am not sure I bought a package of three brush heads for the first time from Amazon. The second brush head only lasted a month then made a weird sound and slowed way down so I knew I had to toss it...The first one was okay but still didn't seem to have as much juice as others I have bought in the past from other vendors. I have bought them for decades (but usually the compact brush head model) and they have always worked great! Also, I was a bit concerned because the writing on the long neck of the handle looked different than in the past but that may have just been a design change by Sonicare. I hope the third brush works longer than a month! Update...The third brush only lasted a couple weeks. Time to contact them about this I guess. 1Poor quality connection We've been using the Sonicare Eseries for years and love it. However these toothbrushes do not connect well - either the magnetic connections are not good (definitely look pitted and paler colored than previous toothbrush heads, or the connection doesn't screw down tight enough. The result is a very LOUD nasty sound and much less vibration in the toothbrush head to do the cleaning. I bought two packages and opened them both to save room in our bathroom. If I knew where to send them back to - I would have done it.I don't know if this is an issue with the vendor (packaging looked just like it came from Sonicare itself) or with the quality of toothbrush replacement heads that Sonicare is now making. Either way - I do not recommend these particular ones. 1Went bad after a few weeks while original still works great.These look very similar to the genuine Philips replacement brushes, but I don't see how they can be genuine. After 3 weeks of use, each of the 3 units I received started buzzing very loudly and the brushing action was reduced by half. I've gone back to the original brush that came with my Sonicare unit and it works just fine. Strong and quiet (by comparison).Either Philips shipped some bad quality replacement heads, or the ones I received were counterfeit. I am about to order again from a different vendor and hope that I get high-quality replacement heads this time.(I rotate between several heads, cleaning them in turn so that the one I stick in my mouth is clean and dry every day).Again I must say that rotating between the four (4) that I own, original and these three, these three have gone bad and the original is still performing well.I agree with the other customers here who complained that these don't work as well as the original and are too noisy.2Low-Grade Factory RejectsI received Philips branded brush heads that were designed to fit, as described, but something wasn t right. These were factory rejects or something. They seemed to be factory sealed in original packing and not a knockoff brand, but the magnets would not stay on two of the three heads; the clear protective cover was a misfit on the head, so they rattled and fell off; two of the three were noisy and not as secure as they should be, and one had rust spots on it New from the package. I suspect these are cheap, because they re refuse.2After-market replacementsBought a package of E-Series brushheads on Amazon that turned out to be malfunctioning, making buzzing sound but not doing the cleaning job. Upon close examination, they were made in China. I wonder whether Philips Sonicare takes its reputation seriously and cares about consumers' oral health. Would like to hear someone from Philips Sonicare make a comment about its business practices in providing product replacements.1Been using these for over a yearI've been using these for a little over a year - and I've definitely noticed a difference when I go into my dentist's office for my normal checkups. I have routinely brushed and flossed for years, but suddenly the dental assistant isn't asking me why I don't floss more thoroughly or harder - my teeth are just a lot cleaner. When I'm away from home and have to use "regular" toothbrushes, I can definitely tell a difference - they just don't get as shiny-feeling. The one downside to these toothbrushes is that the space between the head and the holder (inside the unit after you screw them together) can get moldy over time. So 1) I clean out the space between every time I change the head, and about every 2 weeks otherwise, 2) I don't let the toothbrush head stay wet after I brush my teeth - I give it a swipe with my hand towel so water won't leak into the unit, and 3) sometimes I just leave the two pieces unscrewed during the day. It's not enough to bother me too much!4All 3 worked poorly after only a short timeThese don't seem like authentic Sonicare brush heads. I've purchased replacements from other sellers and had no problems, but all 3 of these had intermittent problems. Sometimes they would work full power, other times they vibrated slowly. I thought maybe the handle switched to gentle mode, but it didn't. Also, the rubber gasket around the brush cracked or loosened on all the brush heads. Maybe that is the problem. I owned a Sonicare for more than 10 years and never had problems with brushes before these. I would not purchase again.1Sticking with the real deal I accidentally ordered Sonishare replacement brushes instead of the real deal Sonicare. I am so glad I ordered these instead as they work better at cleaning my teeth, you can certainly feel the difference as the brush head vibrates rather than the whole toothbrush from using a fake product. Stick with the real thing, your teeth will thank you for it 5These are knockoffsThey do a convincing job with packaging, but the brush heads are not the same as real Philips brush heads. The rubber around the attachment point is poor quality and sometimes breaks, it makes a much louder noise when on than the real heads, and the blue bristles never fade in color.12 of 3 defective2 out of the 3 brush heads were defective. The vibration is much louder than normal and not as strong or tight. I thought it may have been the actual unit that went bad, but when I tried it on my husbands unit it did the same thing. The 1 first brush head I tried was broken from the start. The second didn't go bad until after a month of use. I should have returned them from the start after finding one bad, but I didn't want to deal with the hassle since I still had two more to use and the price was decent even with only two. Now the second one is broken and the return window is over. I gave it 2 stars because when the product is actually working, it does a great job of cleaning my teeth. I have used the sonic care brushes for about 5 years and this is the second time I have had to deal with defective brushes. The first was when I tried to use an off brand that stated it was compatible with my Sonicare unit. So I thought if I stuck with the Sonicare brand replacement that I would be good... guess not :(2
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