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Sonicare HX7012/60 e-Series Compact Replacement Brush Heads
Philips Sonicare
Average Rating: 4.2 star rating (10 Reviews)
List Price: $29.99
Our Price: $19.95
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1.0 out of 5 stars  Not happy
By Christie Clark on December 10, 2014
My recent order arrived. The replacement brushes are so short they look like they have been cut back to the plastic head. If I use them it will be hard plastic on my teeth. I don't know what happened to these replacement heads. I'm sending them back.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Can't do without it - fits several models
By Cthulhu on July 28, 2009
There are 3 Sonicare users in our household so, when it comes to ordering replacement brush heads, naturally, we seek the 'family supersize' offer hoping to save a few dollars. As far as I know, this is the largest pack you can get - the 4-pack hasn't been available since almost forever, short of buying them wholesale.

Needless to say, but I know I'm preaching to the converted because anyone looking for this item should be a Sonicare user already, 10 years of Sonicare meant lots of money saved in dentist bills and a better quality of life for me. But... you've GOT to replace those brush heads because they DO wear out.

Compatible with the following Sonicare models:

e3000 - Xtreme
a4000 - advance
e5000 - essence
e7000 - elite
e9000 - elite

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Great product, I just wish it would last longer
By Robert Sweeney on April 14, 2008
I love my Sonicare toothbrush and bought these replacement heads to go with it. They do an excellent job but really only last about 3 months, based on my experience using them twice a day for probably 1.5 minutes per use on average. That works out to about $40 a year for brush heads which is somewhat steep, hence the 4 star review.

12 of 12 people found the above review helpful.

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Good next generation performer
By IAutry on February 23, 2007
I had an original Sonicare for 7 years. Recently replaced it. The reason I bought an elite model was because it has the compact head option. I do love the compact head design. It's small enough to reach all the way back behind the last wisdom tooth. I used to use a dental pick to make sure I got all the plaque off. Now the small head brushes well enough that I no longer use the pick.

17 of 17 people found the above review helpful.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  It's what my dentist and periodontist say that matters
By John L. Patterson on January 22, 2007
For 40 years I have had periodontal problems (gums receding). Recently I had to have surgery for the problem. At the same time both my dentist and periodontist suggested that I use the Sonicare tooth brush. I did and that has made all the difference in the world. In my last two visits to the periodontist, both complimented how much improvement I had made with my gums. Both encouraged me to do whatever I have been doing-which was brush with the Sonicare brushes. I find for myself that the compact brush head allows me to better reach all parts of my mouth.

22 of 22 people found the above review helpful.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Makes Your Mouth Feel Strange For The First Few Uses
By B. Merritt on November 21, 2006
Replacement heads ARE expensive, but compared to dental visits and cavity repairs they're a drop in the proverbial bucket. The first few times you use an electric brush with these heads your mouth will likely feel as if it's all a-buzz. Don't panic and don't give up. Keep using the brush and it'll pass in few short days. My dentist praises my teeth now that I've been using this system for several years. My gums and teeth are cleaner, brighter, and cavity-free.

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