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Sonicare Electric Brush

A review of current Sonicare models and their features. (Updated April 2016)

- Brush features (by model number) for DiamondClean, FlexCare Platinum, FlexCare+ (plus), HealthyWhite, HealthyWhite+ (plus), Sonicare 2 Series, Sonicare 3 Series, Sonicare for Kids, Essence+, Essence, PowerUp.

This page outlines the models that make up Sonicare's current product line. For each toothbrush, we review what features it has and point out how it differs from other similar models. (Here's the same type of breakdown for Oral-B electrics.)

And while we have much more to say about individual models on our Best Sonicares page, as you read down this one it explains the various differences (pros and cons) that each successive Sonicare line offers.

What are the current Sonicare lines and models?

Here's a listing of the brushes we found on the Philips Sonicare website (USA) under the category "current products" on April 3, 2016.

Differences from previous years.
  • As compared to the line up we reviewed last go around, Sonicare has added the Essence+ line (HX3211/17) and a new addition to the HealthyWhite+ line up (HX8918/10). The FlexCare Platinum model HX9170/10 has been dropped.
  • As reported on this page in late 2015, the EasyClean is no longer a current model. Two new additions at that time were the HealthyWhite+ line and Sonicare 3 Series.

Manufacturer suggested retail prices.

The brushes as listed above are ordered according to their "suggested retail price," per information taken from the Philips Sonicare website.

Prices range from around $220 all the way down to $15. (We've included each model's price along with its features below.) We couldn't help but to notice that none of the MSRP's had changed since last year.

Be sure to shop around.

We've looked on the web to make certain that we could find all of the above models currently for sale, which we did.

During our search, we were a little bit surprised to find that some (very big name) online retailers listed a MSRP that was higher than the one shown on the Sonicare site. Of course, doing so makes it look like their price has been more heavily discounted than it really is.

We mention this simply to remind you to make sure you compare several vendor's prices before you buy.

Discounted models.

It seemed to us that we found some of the older Sonicare toothbrush lines more heavily discounted than comparatively newer ones. Thus making them even more of a bargain.

If you want to see these models first hand.

We've noticed two retailers who typically have different Sonicare models, as well as other electrics, on display so you can pick them up and hold them (although the display items don't actually work.) They are Target and Bed, Bath and Beyond.


Reviewing Sonicare options and features.

Throughout this page we link to other areas of our website that give more detailed information about specific toothbrush features (i.e., purpose, how it works, pros/cons). You can either use those links or one of the buttons to the right, they all lead to the same places.

If you're interested in opinion about what we feel is the value of having specific features, we provide that on our "Which Sonicare models make the best buy?" page. If you have a question that we didn't cover in this or that review, you can post it as a comment at the bottom of either page and we'll try to answer it.

Features that Sonicare models tend to have in common.

Rather than describe the same set of options repeatedly, here's a list of features that most of the toothbrushes on this page share. For those that don't, we make mention of it both here and in their respective review.

The fluid-dynamics cleaning action of a Sonicare toothbrush.

a) Full-power brushing mode.

With the exception of the PowerUp product line, all of the models on this page offer Sonicare's full-power 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute brushing action.

This is the most important Sonicare feature to have. It's the (only) setting that we feel the vast majority of owners should use. On many models it's referred to as "Clean" mode. (More about brushing modes and routines.)

b) Lithium-ion battery.

With the exception of the PowerUp, Essence, Essence+ and 2 Series models, the standard Sonicare rechargeable battery is a lithium ion one.

Lithium ion does offer some technical advantages related to recharging. Probably more noticeable to users is that the models that have them tend to have a smaller, sleeker body style. (More about batteries.)

c) 110 - 220V charging.

The battery chargers that come with Sonicare brushes are designed to operate with both 110 and 220 volt power supplies. (More about charging units.) (PowerUp models use disposable off-the-shelf AA alkaline batteries.)

d) Smartimer / KidTimer.

All brushes in our list feature a 2 minute brushing timer. (More about Sonicare timers.) Not all models come with the additional QuadPacer function, so if that's important to you take note.

e) Easy-start.

This feature is an introductory mode that helps you get used to the sensation of using your brush by gradually increasing its brushing intensity. (More about Sonicare Easy-start.)

f) Excessive brushing pressure sensor.

When excessive force is detected, the brushing action of Sonicare models will stall out.

g) Click-on brush heads.

With the exception of the Essence models (not to be confused with the newer Essence+), all of the brushes mentioned on this page utilize some type of snap-on brush head.

While there are some convenience factors related to this design, what's more important is that this gives you a very wide range of brush head styles and sizes to choose from when selecting replacements because they are universally interchangeable between models. (The exceptions being the PowerUp and Sonicare For Kids models which use their own specific type of heads).

For this reason, when selecting a toothbrush model, we place little emphasis on which type of brush head it comes with because you'll be replacing it soon enough anyway (Philips recommends every 3 months). (More about brush heads.)


Sonicare toothbrush features listings, by model name and number.

a) The DiamondClean product line -

The DiamondClean line seems to be Sonicare's "top" toothbrushes, in the sense that they have their newest features and most expensive price.

DiamondClean models: HX9372/04, HX9362/68, HX9352/04, HX9332/05 (MSRP $220)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

Each of these models are the same, with the exception of:

  • Their colors: Amethyst, Pink, Black and White (as ordered above).
  • The fact that the HX9332/05 comes packaged with one Standard and one Compact DiamondClean brush head, where as the others come with two Standard-sized ones.
Features -
  • Color: See above.
  • Brushing modes: 5 total - Clean, Gum Care, Polish, Sensitive, White. (Clean mode = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)

    Except for having Sonicare's "Clean" setting, we place very little importance on the option of additional brushing modes when selecting a brush. We explain our reasoning here.

  • Brush heads provided: Two DiamondClean, see above.
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with these models.

    This includes: DiamondClean (standard, compact), Adaptive Clean (standard), Intercare (standard), ProResults Plaque Control (standard), ProResults Gum Health (standard), Sensitive (standard) and SimplyClean (standard).

  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes. - Quadpacer divides Smartimer's 2 minute time frame into 4ths, signaling when you should switch to brushing the next quadrant of your mouth. (More about Sonicare QuadPacer.)
  • Charger: Glass charger - Functionally there's nothing special about this charger, it's just a different design than the conventional ones that come with the other brushes. You also have the option of charging your brush in it's travel case, see below.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Travel case: Yes. - USB travel charger. - The case acts as the charger, so you don't have to take your "glass" one. It hooks up to a USB port.
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.

b) The FlexCare product line -

This is the premium Sonicare line of yesteryear. It was superseded by the DiamondClean. However, it still offers more bells and whistles than any other line of brushes.

FlexCare Platinum models: HX9172/15 (MSRP $200), HX9112/13 ($180), HX9112/12 ($180)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

These models vary by way of:

  • Their color (the first two are Platinum Gray, the HX9112/12 is Slate Gray).
  • The fact that the charging stand of the HX9172/15 also includes a UV brush head sanitizer.
Features -
  • Color: See above.
  • Brushing modes: 3 total - Clean, Deep Clean, White. These models also feature 3 Intensity settings: Low, medium, high. (Clean mode at High intensity = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)

    While we don't generally see a great value in having multiple brushing modes, the ability to change brushing intensity could be a valuable option in special cases (i.e. debilitated or elderly brush users). The HealthyWhite+ and 3 Series lines (see below) also has this feature.

  • Brush heads provided: One AdaptiveClean (Standard) + One InterCare (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with these brushes.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes.
  • UV brush head sanitizer: Model HX9172/15 only. The sanitizer is incorporated into the brush's charging stand. - We don't see a great value in having this feature. We outline our argument here.
  • Charger: Traditional charging stand. A smaller travel charger separates from this unit.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.
  • Travel case: Yes.
  • Pressure sensor: Yes. - This feature signals when it detects you are using too much force by changing the vibration pattern of the brush. FlexCare models are the only ones to offer this feature.

    We don't think it's an especially important one to have. Notice that it wasn't carried forward into the newer DiamondClean line.

FlexCare Platinum model: HX9110/02 ($180)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

Features -
  • Color: White.
  • Brushing modes: 3 total - Clean, Gum Care, White. It also has 3 Intensity settings: Low, medium, high. (See comments above.) (Clean mode at High intensity = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush heads provided: Two InterCare (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with these brushes.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes. (Quadpacer can be deactivated on this model.)
  • Charger: Traditional charging stand. A smaller travel charger separates from this unit.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.
  • Travel case: Yes.
  • Pressure sensor: Yes. - (See above for description.)

c) The FlexCare+ product line -

FlexCare+ (plus) models: HX6921/04, HX6921/02 (MSRP $150)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

Features -
  • Color: HX6921/04 - Cooper Frost, HX6921/02 - White/Sky Blue rubber grip
  • Brushing modes: 5 total - Clean, Gum Care, Refresh, Sensitive, Massage. (Clean mode = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.) Different than with the Flexcare Platinum models, the brushing intensity cannot be changed.)
  • Brush head provided: One ProResults Gum Health (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with this brush.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes. (Quadpacer can be deactivated on this model.)
  • Charger: Traditional charging stand. A smaller travel charger separates from this unit.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.
  • Travel case: Yes.
  • Pressure sensor: Yes. (See Flexcare models above for explanation.)

d) The HealthyWhite product line -

HealthyWhite+ model: HX8911/02 (MSRP $120), HX8918/10 ($130)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

These models only vary by way of the fact that the HX8918/10 comes with a second brush head that is a tongue cleaner (TongueCare+, HX8072/80), along with a small bottle of antibacterial tongue spray (DIS359/03).

Keep in mind that these same items can be bought separately and used with any other Sonicare model that uses click-on heads. Also, there are other (possibly more effective and cheaper) ways to clean your tongue. We discuss them here.

Features -
  • Color: Frost White
  • Brushing modes: 2 total - Clean, White. It also has 3 brushing intensity settings: High, medium, low. (Clean mode at High intensity = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One DiamondClean (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with this brush.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes.
  • Charger: Conventional charging stand.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.
  • Travel case: Yes.

HealthyWhite - HX6731/02 - $120

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

Features -
  • Color: Frost White, rubber grip.
  • Brushing modes: 3 total - Clean, Sensitive, Clean & White. (Clean mode = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One ProResults (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with this brush.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes.
  • Charger: Conventional charging stand.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Travel case: Yes.
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.

Comment: From this point on down the models start to get very basic, with fewer and fewer options and often just featuring the one brushing mode.

While we do think the brushes above are good products, it seems to us that the brushes below tend to make the better buy, as explained on this page.


e) The Sonicare 3 Series product line -

Sonicare 3 Series model: HX6631/02 (MSRP $90)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

A modern yet basic brush that probably has all of the options that you really need.

Features -
A Sonicare 3 Series sonic toothbrush.

Sonicare 3 Series HX6631/02

  • Color: Persian Green.
  • Brushing modes: 1 total - Clean. It also has 3 brushing intensity settings: High, medium, low. (Clean mode at High intensity = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One ProResults Gum Health (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with this brush.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes.
  • Charger: Conventional charging stand.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 3 weeks.
  • Travel case: Yes.

f) The Sonicare 2 Series product line -

Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control models: HX6211/07, HX6211/28, HX6211/04 (MSRP $70)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

  • These models only vary by way of their respective colors: Black, Ultra Coral and Sky Blue.
As compared to the 3 Series.

Like the "3", the "2" probably has all of the brushing options you really need but there are some differences.

  • It features a NiMH battery (see below).
  • It doesn't have the "3"'s ability to change brushing intensity. But if your application doesn't involve special cases (elderly or debilitated brush users) you probably have no use for this option.
Features -
A Sonicare 2 Series sonic toothbrush.

Sonicare 2 Series HX6211/04

  • Color: See above.
  • Brushing modes: 1 total - Clean. (Clean mode = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One ProResults Plaque Control (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with this brush.
  • Smartimer: Yes.
  • QuadPacer: No.
  • Charger: Conventional charging stand.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: NiMH. - This is the slightly less advantageous style of battery. Also, notice a lower operating time of two weeks (vs. three for the 3 Series).
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 2 weeks.
  • Travel case: No.

g) The Sonicare for Kids product line -

Sonicare for Kids model: HX6321/02 (MSRP $50)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

Features -
A Sonicare For Kids sonic toothbrush.

Sonicare For Kids HX6321/02

  • Color: Aqua, with 8 different jazzy stickers you can apply.
  • Brushing modes: This brush features 2 settings: High and low. The lower setting is for smaller, younger children. (The High setting = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One Sonicare for Kids (Standard).
  • Replacement brush heads: The full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads can be used with these models. (For Kids heads come in both Standard and Compact sizes and feature softer bristles than adult heads. The Compact heads are intended for use with smaller, younger children.)
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: Yes, however with this brush these features are referred to as KidTimer and KidPacer.

    (If you're an adult and are considering purchasing this brush for yourself, you must read this section that describes how they work.)

  • Charger: Conventional charging stand.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: Lithium ion.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 2 weeks.
  • Travel case: No.
The For Kids Smartphone brushing app.

Via Bluetooth connectivity, this brush can communicate with an app installed on your smartphone (free - iOS and Android). At the time of this writing, this was the only Sonicare model to offer this type of feature.

The app tracks each brushing session and its duration, gives brushing tips and provides games that can help to increase brushing motivation.

h) The Essence product line -

Essence model: HX5611/01 (MSRP $40)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

  • The Sonicare website also lists the HX5610/04 ($115). This is a package containing two Essence brushes (one brush head each) and a travel case. (The pricing here seems peculiar. You're basically paying $35 for a plastic travel case.)

For anyone who has used Sonicares for a long time, you'll recognize this model as "newer" old-style technology. It's a decent brush, just dated.

Features -
  • Color: White with blue rubber grips.
  • Brushing modes: 1 total - Clean. (Clean mode = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One e-Series (Standard). - This is the older screw-on type head.
  • Replacement brush heads: Only e-Series brush heads can be used with the Essence. That means you have a much more limited choice than with other models, however they do come in both Standard and Compact sizes.

    (Possibly e-Series heads are less efficient brushers than other styles. This page provides more information.)

  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: These models do not feature QuadPacer.
  • Charger: Conventional charging stand.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: NiMH. - The non-lithium ion battery option.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 2 weeks.
  • Travel case: No. (Yes with HX5610/04, see above.)

It should be mentioned that this unit is a bit larger, heavier, louder and vibrates more so than the newer Sonicare designs. It may not be the right choice for elderly or debilitated brushers.

i) The Essence+ product line -

Essence model: HX3211/17 (MSRP $40)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

This brush is an updated version of the regular Essence. It uses Sonicare's newer-style snap-on brush heads, which makes this brush a much more attractive purchase than its predecessor.

Features -
  • Color: White with blue rubber grips.
  • Brushing modes: 1 total - Clean. (Clean mode = 31,000 brushstrokes-per-minute.)
  • Brush head provided: One SimplyClean (Standard).

    Note: This brush has a snap-on brush head design that means it can be used with the full line of Sonicare universally interchangeable snap-on heads. That's a nice advantage over the regular Essence model.

  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: This model does not feature QuadPacer.
  • Charger: Conventional charging stand, similar in design to more modern Sonicares.
  • Operational voltages: 110-220V
  • Battery type: NiMH. - The non-lithium ion battery option.
  • Operating time after fully charged: "Up to" 10 days.

    Note: In comparison, the specs for the standard Essence say "up to 2 weeks."

  • Travel case: No.

Although this is a new model, just like with the regular Essence this unit is a bit larger, heavier, louder and vibrates more so than more modern Sonicare designs. It may not make the right choice for debilitated or elderly users.

j) The PowerUp product line -

PowerUp models: HX3631/06, HX3631/07 (MSRP $15)

(Price Sonicares at Walmart.com.)

  • These models only vary by way of their respective colors, Scuba Blue and Spearmint Green.
Features -
  • Color: See above.
  • Brushing modes: 1 total - Clean. - IMPORTANT - The top brushing action of this toothbrush is only 15,000 strokes-per-minute. That's 1/2 the speed of every other model on this page.

    There can be applications where a low-power brush is desirable (use with elderly or debilitated persons who can't handle full-power mode). But if you're looking to buy a Sonicare because of it's exceptional cleaning ability, these models don't make the right choice.

    Having said that, as compared to other low-end brush brands, the PowerUp probably makes a reasonable choice.

  • Brush head provided: One PowerUp (Soft).
  • Replacement brush heads: Only PowerUp brush heads can be used with these brushes. Two styles are available, Standard and Soft.
  • Smartimer and QuadPacer: These brushes do not have QuadPacer.
  • Battery type: Powered by 2 AA alkaline disposable batteries. - This is the only Sonicare on this page that has replaceable batteries. Depending upon your application, you may find this to be an advantage.
  • Operating time after fully charged: 120 two-minute brushings.
  • Travel case: No.

Still need help deciding?

If you've read through everything we've said above and you still don't know which model suits you best, read this page.

[Philips and Sonicare are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. Easy-start and QuadPacer are registered trademarks of Philips Oral HealthCare, Inc.]

 

 
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Comments

My Sonicare just died. It was a good brush except for the fact that it didn't last very long. Do other people complain about this? I'm looking at these prices and wondering if it's really worth it.

Reliability is a hard thing to judge. We consider Sonicare and Oral B to be reputable manufacturers but don't have any hard statistics to back that up.

We've read some pretty interesting user reviews where Sonicare owners called the company and told them their complaints (evidently politely). And as a result had their broken units unexpectedly replaced, evidently for free. It's worth a try. It seems if the customer has a legitimate complaint that Sonicare listens (at least sometimes).

If you want to consider an Oral-B instead, we have a whole section on them that could help you get started picking one out.
Good luck. Report back if you don't mind.

2 of my Philips brushes died after 1.5 years of use. Water gets inside them....

We have owned many sonicare toothbrushes in the past. All USED to be a very good product. I think they have tighten their belt and outsourced to the CHEAPEST manufacturer possible. Being a dental professional we USED to buy these in numbers and use as giveaways/promotional to patients. This is NO LONGER the case. They are a piece of junk now. Had problems with the "new" brush head falling off. I was basically told your problem.. NO, not my problem any longer. I attend many dental meeting with other dentist. I have been a one man wrecking crew telling my story.. I WONT EVER recommend the Phillips Sonicare to ANYONE again. I hope you will boycott this product too.

I have been using the Sonicare Essence for many years now. My first one lasted about 8 years before it finally stopped holding a charge. Got a new one and it died within warranty so they replaced it, no charge to me, with the same model but it had the quad pacer, which my broken one did not have. It's still working fine after 3 years but I am looking at getting the Series 3 as I was told my gums are getting "soft". I had been looking at the more expensive models but thanks to your information I see I'd be paying for things I wouldn't really be needing or using. Thanks for saving me some $$ that will be put towards dental visits for replacing ancient fillings! I appreciate all the information I found here-thank you!

Thanks for posting Laura. Thanks for mentioning your experience with Sonicare and how their replacement policy worked out for you.

Went to look at ......... yesterday and they have a Flexcare Whitening model with the UV thing. The model is #HX6962/73 -- I don't see that model in your list? Does it fall in to the Flexcare + line somewhere but maybe packaged for sale at Costco with a different number?

Our information is based on what Sonicare's website stated were it's "current" models on 10/20/2015.
For specific details about items sold at ........ you'll need to contact them.

Our Google search for that model number suggested to us that that package likely contains two motorized Flexcare brush handles. That fact should be easy enough to confirm next time you're there shopping.

Your information couldn't have been more helpful. Terrific research. Saved me $110 !!!
Thanks so much!!

I saw a model at COSTCO called Essential Clean. Is this an older model or one that was named specifically for COSTCO? Also do you know anything about the quick brushing mode? Is it just a short time timer?

That model isn't listed here because it's not listed anywhere on the Sonicare website. Others have been asking about it. Here's all we know.

My wife had an ancient Essence type Sonicare brush which she wanted to replace. In checking the current Sonicare product line we were baffled by all the various Sonicare models, brush heads and features. Then your wonderful web site came to the rescue, cleared away all the verbiage and made it crystal clear what characteristics are the important ones. As a result my wife bought a simple Series 2 brush on sale which we are sure will suit her needs. Thanks for your help!

A brilliant review. The best I have ever seen. Thanks for your genuine and unbiased effort. Just wish my Easycare had a travel case :( My fault for not reading the blurb on the box when I bought it :)

Thank you for the heads up. We've made the change you noted on our pages. Hopefully we will have this entire review updated within the month.

(We completed our update of our Sonicare pages 4/3/2016.)

The older screw on brush head models included a holder that allows you to store two brush heads in the upright position. Other than the UV models, do any of the newer click on Sonicare models include a similar brush head holder? If not, how are you supposed to store them between brushings?

You'll need to look closely at the packaging of the products you are comparing.
The charging bases of some Sonicare models have an extra numb (one, possibly two) sticking up that you can store extra brush heads on.
We see storage nubs on the Flexcare models as well as some of the HealthyWhites.
The DiamondClean, since it features the "glass" charger doesn't offer this feature.
We don't believe you'll find it on the lower-end Sonicares either but to be sure you'll simply have to look.

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