Sonicare Toothbrush Heads, until a certain point, the growth of intensity leads to a better purification, but then this pattern stops: no matter how you increase, you can not do it anymore, because all the excess is removed. So do not buy for Sonicare Toothbrush Heads “millions of vibrations.” It just does not have global meaning.
And yes, two words about the convenience of operation. They are relatively typical: a nice handle to touch, a thin enough head, without problems getting to the rear surfaces of wisdom teeth (funny, but I found that they have me, at the age of 30, before I never counted how much my teeth ), in general, quite a classic layout. Convenient, no questions.
Features and functions
From control, the brush is a straightforward device. It has only one button. The first press is on; the next one is switching between modes, the last one is switching off. If you long to use one method, then when you press it, the brush turns off and does not jump to the new one.
There is still a rather strange mode of “addictive” Easy-start, activated by a long push of a button. If it is activated, then the first 14 cleanings (that is, conditionally speaking, two weeks) the brush will gradually increase the intensity of vibration, so that you, unaccustomed, do not shock. The “feature” is useless, and I’m used to the first minute of cleaning, no problems. Though sensations – yes, new. But no further than the first in life skiing on a Russian roller coaster or jump with a bungee. You can do without accustoming.
A few words about charging. Usually, the toothbrush becomes merely on the base connected to the socket, and at more budgetary models all and is arranged. Sonicare DiamondClean has a more complex structure. She has two chargers. The first is the base on which the glass becomes. To charge the brush, you need to put it in this glass.
In general, the classic bathroom solution (although the glass, in my opinion, is too low, I would make a tall and narrow). The second is a hiking cover, connected through a mini USB to an outlet or, say, a computer, convenient for travel. On one charge, according to the developer, the device works for about three weeks, but I tested the gadget for only four days, so I can not answer for it.
However, the cover is the only component to which I have not just a claim, but rather questions. In the case are three grooves – under the brush and two removable heads. To put the brush in the cover, you need to remove the head from it. But at the same time, depressions provide for the “stacking” of heads without plastic protective caps, and this is strange. When the brush is in the bathroom, the cap is put on exactly so that the bristles do not get dust or that it does not get soiled otherwise, even falling to the floor. In travel, this factor is even more important than in your bathroom. In this case, you can put only the “naked” head in the brush case, and the caps, if you want to take them by yourself, will have to be thrown away somewhere. It’s strange.
The second question is that the constant removal and putting on the head reduces the life of the brush, no matter how excellent and steep it may be. Therefore, I would, by designing the boot, still thought of a way to pack the brush there, without removing the head.
Is it worth buying an audio toothbrush? Yes, worth it. It wins both for manual, for ordinary electric, and for ultrasonic competitors.
Is it worth it to take Philips? My view is Right to consider the brushes of large companies, known for their developments in the medical and hygiene industry. There are only a few such companies, Philips – including. Just do not buy the downside, and the choice of a brand is your decision.
How much does Sonicare DiamondClean cost and is it not better to take a brush of a younger ruler? It is quite expensive, from 12 to 16 thousand rubles, this is one of the most non-budget proposals on the market. But I repeat: firstly, in Philips, only one set of toothbrushes – 14 pieces in all price categories, and all models are based on the same principle of work, differing just in additional modes and “bloat.” So if you liked what I wrote in this review, you could choose a Philips model cheaper. If you want to use five modes, correctly polish your teeth and process gums, then take DiamondClean – with its set of functions it is on the flagship positions.
As a result of the test, I would say so: I would buy Philips (because the brush is excellent), but the younger model, say, from the HealthyWhite line, because I would have had two modes, and the cost is half as much. DiamondClean is a model for demanding people who take great care of their oral cavity, and do not clean “nominally” because they are so used to it since childhood. And it is right. We quote the classics, paying particular attention to the third line: