The Best Philips Battery-Powered Toothbrushes

Today, the market is oversaturated with many brands that are offering their versions of battery-powered toothbrushes, and some of these brands may even be owned by new companies that are just recently jumping on the electric toothbrush trend. However, despite the different names, brands, or companies that are attached to most toothbrushes, dentists would still recommend battery-powered toothbrushes that are made by well-known companies, with one of them being Philips.

Philips has been producing toothbrushes with high-tech features that made them different from others. Here are just some excellent battery-powered toothbrushes made by Philips.

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Philips Sonicare Essence
Philips Sonicare 5100 ProtectiveClean
Philips Sonicare 6100 ProtectiveClean
Philips Sonicare 7500 ExpertClean
Philips Sonicare 4100 ProtectiveClean

 

Philips Sonicare Essence

The Philips Sonicare Essence is a great beginner sonic toothbrush that has a minimal design and simple features that isn’t too complicated for people to use. The toothbrush has a rechargeable battery that can last for up to two weeks on a full charge, and it also has a battery indicator that shows you when the toothbrush should need to be recharged.

Additionally, the Sonicare Essence features a contoured head in order for the toothbrush to align to the natural shape of your teeth properly. The toothbrush also has a soft-grip handle for maximum comfort when holding its body while you are brushing your teeth. Since it is a sonic toothbrush, it will be able to perform up to 31,000 strokes per minute, making it effective in brushing off stubborn food debris and plaque.

Philips Sonicare 4100 ProtectiveClean

Next is the Philips Sonicare 4100, which has the ability to remove up to seven times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. The Sonicare 4100 has a two-minute timer that indicates the total time you should brush your teeth fully, and it also has the QuadPacer feature that separates the timer into four sections, and each section is focused on cleaning one of four regions of the teeth.

Along with the timer, the sonic toothbrush also has a built-in pressure sensor that stops the vibration of the brush if you are pressing too hard on your teeth. Like the Essence, the 4100’ battery will be able to last for two weeks if it is fully charged. Once the brush head is damages or its bristles are no longer effective in cleaning the teeth, you can easily take the head off and replace it with a compatible Philips replacement head.

Philips Sonicare 5100 ProtectiveClean

An upgrade to the 4100, the Philips Sonicare 5100 has all the features found in the previous toothbrush, but it has two extra brushing modes, which are White and Gum Care. The White brushing mode is focused on whitening the teeth, while the Gum Care specializes in removing food debris and plaque along the gumline.

Similar to the 4100, its head is removable and can be swapped with Philips replacement brush heads. In addition, the 5100 is available in two colors, and these are black and white. Both of these colorways come with a hard case where you can put the toothbrush inside for easy storage if you are going to bring it with you during trips.

Philips Sonicare 6100 ProtectiveClean

The Philips Sonicare 6100 Protective Clean has the three brushing modes present in the 5100, but the brush modes are further enhanced by three intensity settings that go from gentle brushing to an almost ultrasonic brushing speed. It also has the two-minute timer, the QuadPacer feature, and the pressure sensors that are found in previous Sonicare toothbrushes.

Despite its many features, its battery can still last for up to two weeks, like the Sonicare Essence. Also, the Sonicare 6100 is available in three colors, which are navy blue, pink, and white.

Philips Sonicare 7500 ExpertClean

The Philips Sonicare 7500 ExpertClean is the first battery-powered toothbrush on the list that is considered as a smart device because of its ability to connect to a smartphone using the Sonicare app. In the app, you will be able to see your daily and weekly progress in terms of cleaning your teeth, and it will also give you tips on what to improve upon on your brushing.

Like the 6100, the 7500 comes with three intensity modes, but instead of having three brushing modes, it has four, which are Clean, White+, Gum Health, and Deep Clean+. You can easily charge the toothbrush on your laptop or any electrical outlet by putting it in the included travel case that has a built-in USB cable made for charging.

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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 9700 Smart
Philips Sonicare FlexCare+
Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum
Philips Sonicare FlexCare 2-Pack

 

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic

A toothbrush included in an elegant package, the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Classic is one of the most powerful battery-powered toothbrushes in the market, as it is able to perform 62,000 brush movements per minute. Along with its insane brush speed, the DiamondClean Classic also has five brushing modes, and these modes are Clean, White, Sensitive, Gum Care, and Deep Clean.

In addition, it has a two-minute timer and a pressure sensor like all the mid-tier and high-tier Philips toothbrushes, so there are plenty of features for the user to choose from. The DiamondClean Classic comes with a sleek travel case and a beautiful charging glass.

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 9700 Smart

The most sophisticated Philips toothbrush out of all, the Sonicare DiamondClean 9700 Smart is a true smart tool that connects to your phone via the Sonicare app. But instead of only telling you your progress, the DiamondClean 9700 enables you to use its smart sensors and see through your phone the regions of your teeth that you’ve missed or have focused too much on while you are brushing. By using the app along with the toothbrush, you will be able to monitor your brushing and improve it so you can have truly clean teeth.

The DiamondClean 9700 comes with eight premium brush heads that have different bristles for a customized clean. The toothbrush can also detect the brush head that you are using and syncs it to the Sonicare app. Similar to the previous DiamondClean, the 9700 includes a charging glass as well as a travel case.

Philips Sonicare FlexCare+

From the most complicated toothbrush, let’s go back to the simpler ones like the Essence and talk about the FlexCare series. The Philips Sonicare FlexCare+ can perform 62,000 brush strokes per minute, like the high-end Philips toothbrushes but at a relatively affordable price.

It has five brushing modes and three intensity settings for a personalized brushing experience. Also, it has a longer battery life compared to the other since it can last for three weeks, making it the perfect sonic toothbrush for travelers, backpackers, or hikers.

Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum

Another FlexCare toothbrush, the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum has only two basic brushing modes, which are Clean and White. However, along with its three intensity settings, the FlexCare Platinum features a special sonic technology that drives fluid into the narrow spaces in your teeth to clean food debris and plaque in hard-to-reach areas.

Moreover, it has a powerful Deep Clean mode that should be paired with its sonic technology for an all-around clean. The Deep Clean mode adds a three-minute brushing time with the two-minute timer so that you can focus on cleaning deeper and narrower parts of your teeth.

Philips Sonicare FlexCare 2-Pack

The Philips Sonicare Flexcare is an inferior version of the FlexCare+, as it only has four brush modes and no intensity settings. But the advantage that this edition has over the FlexCare+ is that it comes with two toothbrushes and two replacement heads, so you can give the other toothbrush to your loved one, or you can keep it as an extra toothbrush.

Since it comes with two sonic toothbrushes, the package also includes two travel cases as well, and these cases have built-in USB cables to charge your toothbrush when not in use.

From looking at the features in these toothbrushes, you will see that Philips may have some of the best battery-powered toothbrushes that you can find in physical stores and online. Instead of buying cheaper toothbrushes that won’t last long, you should save enough money to buy Philips sonic toothbrushes, as all of the toothbrushes mentioned above are worth it to have in your home despite their high price tags.