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An electric rechargeable toothbrush. It has an angled neck, contoured bristles, and Sonic technology for plaque removal.

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Pros

Teeth will feel like they have just been cleaned at the dentist.

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The travel case keeps your toothbrush clean when traveling.

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This electric toothbrush will leave you with less plaque than a traditional toothbrush.

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Cons

After a few months, the brush will no longer hold a charge.

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The toothbrush doesn't have a timer to tell you when to switch to another quadrant.

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Toothpaste and saliva seep into the magnetic area which causes a mess and a horrible odor.

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It doesn't have much power and does not clean well.

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This toothbrush is very loud.

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The handle is too chunky for smaller hands.

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The Philips Sonicare Essence 5600 is an electric rechargeable toothbrush. It has an angled neck, contoured bristles, and patented Sonic technology for plaque removal. There is also a timer for two minute brushing. It comes with a charger base and travel case.

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Features

  • Sonic technology for plaque removal
  • Contoured bristles
  • Two minute timer brush cycle
  • One charge will last up to two weeks 
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What's in the Box

  • Sonicare Essence brush handle
  • E-Series Standard brush head
  • Charger base
  • Soft travel case
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can the Philips Sonicare Essence 5600 be used in the shower?

    The charger stand should not be submerged in water, however, it is perfectly fine to get the toothbrush itself wet

  • Does the base for the charger plug into the wall?

    Yes.

  • Do any brushes come with the Sonicare Essence?

    The Sonicare Essence comes with one E-Series standard brush head.

  • How do you keep the Sonicare Essence clean?

    You can dry off the handle and brush head after every use or just let it air dry.

  • How long will brush heads last?

    Brush heads typically will last about six months.

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Color Options

  • Pink
  • White
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