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Philips Sonicare 4100 vs 2100 What you're saying makes perfect sense to me. Unfortunately, there is not a huge "hole" at the bottom where water collects. As the brush head is attached to a thin metal rod, there is nowhere for water to pool on its flat surface. When you use this brush, your work will improve dramatically. Totally deserving of your hard-earned money.

No, there isn't a large "hole" at the base of this one where water collects, but I get what you mean. With its flat design and short metal rod connecting the brush head, this brush eliminates any chance of water buildup. This brush has improved my life so much that it was money well spent. You can charge this toothbrush on the go in any country as long as the outlet's voltage is lower than 220V. This Sonicare operates at 100 and 220 volts. Using Sonicare technology, you can get a month's worth of cleaning done in just two minutes by gently pulsing water between your teeth. Keep your brush head in good working order by regularly replacing it. The QuadPacer tells you how long you should have spent on each part of your mouth, while the SmarTimer lets you know when the two minutes are up. power saving features include a low battery indicator light and extended battery life. A full charge will keep it going for two weeks. Sonicare G2 vs. G3 by Philips If you want to brush for the full two minutes, as recommended by your dentist, the 1 minute QuadPacer and SmarTimer will make sure of it.

Philips Sonicare 2100 electric toothbrush with SimplyClean (C1) brush head and USB charging cable (wall adaptor not included). It comes with a USB charger and a Philips Sonicare 2100 electric toothbrush with a SimplyClean (C1) brush head (wall adaptor not included). Its sleek ergonomic design and easily recognizable head shape mean you get all you need with nothing you don't. There has a lengthy battery life and a battery life indicator light, so a single charge will last for two weeks. The leap to electric might seem daunting, but this brush will help you make the transition smoothly.

The SmarTimer and 1-minute QuadPacer help you brush for the full two minutes, as recommended by dentists everywhere. It can remove up to five times as much plaque as a regular manual toothbrush. Possible battery life of up to 14 days. Plaque can be removed up to five times more effectively using Sonicare technology than with a manual toothbrush, allowing for a more complete and efficient clean. A pressure sensor and two brushing intensities prevent damage to sensitive gums that can result from brushing too hard. One Philips Sonicare 4100 handle, one plaque-fighting (C2) brush head, and a charging cable are included in this set (wall adaptor not included).


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