Sensiflex Plaque Remover HX 2550 Reviews
Product Type: Philips electric toothbrushes
Newest Review: ... (HX 2550) and have been very pleased with its performance. However, recently we began to notice the battery was not holding ... more
Customer Sensiflex Plaque Remover HX 2550 Reviews (3)
by Susanna Thorne - written on 01/10/06
I was given this toothbrush as a present, it is fantastic I have had no problems when visiting the dentist in the past two years, my teeth have never felt better and my dentist is pleased with the results too.
by - written on 13/02/03, updated on 13/02/03 (Somewhat useful, 626 readings)
Two years ago my wife and I bought a Philips Sensi-flex electric toothbrush (HX 2550) and have been very pleased with its performance. However, recently we began to notice the battery was not holding its charge for too long. Well outside its guarantee period, I simply asked Philips if it was possible to purchase a replacement battery. Without a second thought they promptly replaced the whole toothbrush with their latest model. You couldn?t ask for better Customer Service. We will certainly buy other Philips products in future. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/00, updated on 12/07/00 (Useful, 723 readings)
We were on the look out for an electric toothbrush after seeing them advertised on QVC. We went to Boots and they had the above brush on offer for half price, so instead of being £56.00 it was £28.00 Bargain. Well it is brilliant. It has 2 speeds including a sensitive setting, 2 brush heads supplied and a family container for holding upto 4 brush heads. It has a timer so you know you have brushed your teeth for long enough, which is about 2 minutes (This is the recommended length of time you should spend brushing) There is an empty charge indicator and the sensiflex controlled pressure system. The brushes are nice and soft and your teeth feel so much ... Read the complete review
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