Thanks for posting Ceiver,

The more expensive Sonicare brushes are more refined.

So, you can expect that the DiamondClean and Flexcare models (both of these models at one time were Sonicare's "top" brush) run more quietly than brushes at the other end of the price scale like the Easy Clean or Sonicare 2.

We contacted a Sonicare rep and based on noise, they ranked the brushes in this order: DiamondClean, Flexcare, Sonicare 2, Easy Clean (we were surprised they listed Sonicare 2 before Easy Clean).

The Easy Clean and Sonicare 2 were introduced as "middle" range models, they were never "top" ones. The Essence above is Sonicare's older design (although a "top" model in its day) and we'd expect it to be the noisiest of all those listed on this page.

Keep in mind, our page is about buying Sonicare funtionality. Refinement is a different issue and certainly might be a reason to buy a higher-end brush.

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