Philips Sensiflex Plaque Remover HX 1520 Reviews
Product Type: Philips electric toothbrushes
Description:Short name: Philips HX 1520
Newest Review: ... having a 'bayonet' fitting (similar to that of a lightbulb) so you have to twist it to remove the brush, therefore ... more
Customer Philips Sensiflex Plaque Remover HX 1520 Reviews (5)
by - written on 29/12/00, updated on 11/03/01 (Very useful, 561 readings)
This was the loud exclamation from my gran on Christmas day in front of all the family when I opened this present, much to my shock and horror.........it wasn't at all, just a toothbrush! But seriously........ having used a conventional toothbrush since I had teeth, and hating to brush my teeth I am delighted with my new 'toy'. The sensiflex comes complete with a compact base unit charger, which is to be plugged into a shaving point. The toothbrush itself is quite lightweight, and easy for a child of 2 to manipulate. The on/off switch is easy to operate also being a large rubberised button that is depressed once to turn it on and then once ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/00, updated on 05/08/00 (Very useful, 135 readings)
We purchased a Philips electric toothbrush about 3 months ago, and I can honestly say it is wonderful. I can't believe how clean my teeth are after brushing, and it even reaches hard to clean areas. I feel like I have had my teeth brushed by the dentist everyday!! (Maybe I won't need to go as much now!!) There are 3 toothbrushes with it, each with a different coloured ring at the bottom. Even my daughter loves me to brush her teeth with it, and she is only nearly one!! It is a great buy, but to buy more toothbrushes when these ones need replacing will cost about £7.00. So not very cheap in that respect. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/00, updated on 04/08/00 (Useful, 78 readings)
I don't know if any one out there has the same problem as me when it comes to cleaning my three year old daughters teeth, it is an absolute nightmare, she bites the tooth brush so I cannot move the brush around in her mouth. One day we were out shopping when I saw a Philips jordan electric toothbrush on special offer for £14.99, normal price around £27.99, so I snatched one up. Now she brushes her teeth all by herself, and even gets right to the back ones, it is billiant she really does enjoy doing her teeth. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/00, updated on 28/07/00 (Useful, 129 readings)
These electric toothbrushes are a really good idea, the Philips Jordan features a unique sensi-flex controlled pressure system, so the brush automatically clicks back, when you apply to much pressure, this helps you learn to apply the right amount of pressure when brushing your teeth. All the Philips toothbrushes come with a rechargeable unit. Electric toothbrushes are a good idea, especially the sensi-flex idea, but in my opinion, you don't get that same clean, fresh feeling that you get, when brushing your teeth with an ordinary toothbrush. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/00, updated on 07/07/00 (Useful, 60 readings)
I have had my electric toothbrush for over a year and it has served me well. My teeth are noticeably cleaner and on the odd occassion where I use my old normal toothbrush I can feel how much worse it is. Electric toothbrushes simply brush more. My mother has also tried one but has more sensitive gums and finds it tickles her too much so this could be a big disadvantage. The other advantage is that you don't have to physically brush your teeth because you use it by merely runing it along your teeth which is great when you can't be bothered to brush your teeth because it is so easy. Disadvantage is they are relatively more expensive (about 15 ... Read the complete review
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