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Last Edited by odbal January 7, 2020 at 05:32 PM
FYI to those interested who do not care about the possibility of mold under the brush head (it's really easily avoidable by cleaning inside with any regularity or just leaving the head off to dry after brushing).

This is a YMMV, but Walmart sells the Philips Sonicare Elite in a Sonicare Essence box for $5 more than this post. Here's a link to my post about it a few months ago. Nobody seemed interested, but if you're here looking at the Sonicare Essence on Amazon, this may be worth giving a try to score a Sonicare Elite.

YMMV - Walmart - Philips Sonicare Elite Toothbrush (Discontinued) in Sonicare Essence Box $24.97

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I guess I'm the lone person that cleans it and let's it dry after 3 or 4 uses.. Never had a problem with it.
I also clean my series 1 heads. I really don't understand the issue, didn't people also clean and rinse their regular toothbrush back in the olden days?
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I keep it clean and have no complains.... it works great, keeps charge much longer than other brands I have used and I love it...

Not spending more for anything else!
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Water will get inside the internals and get all moldy
If you don't mind removing the head after brushing it will stay clean for a long time.
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I just clean out the gunk that develops every couple of months when I switch out the head using the old brush that i'm about to throw away. It is kinda gross I guess but not a big issue for me really, as it stays contained in the area that is screwed into place. Also while a little gunky I've never noticed outright mold in there.

I dunno, I've been using mine daily for at least 5 years now and it works fine. I like it. Someday maybe i'll upgrade to a fancier one, but as long as this one works, it cleans my teeth great and the heads are readily available.
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I've had my series 1 for about 5 years now. Still going strong with SAME "motor" as higher end versions. In fact, the battery life is better than many of the competitors and maybe even series 2. I brush a total of 4 minutes a day and only need to recharge once every few months. FYI, I get a plastic bag and store my edibles in the internal compartment. nobody has found it after 4 years of college and 1 year with the gf/friends over.
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FYI to those interested who do not care about the possibility of mold under the brush head (it's really easily avoidable by cleaning inside with any regularity or just leaving the head off to dry after brushing). This is a YMMV, but Walmart sells the Philips Sonicare Elite in a Sonicare Essence box for $5 more than this post. Here's a link to my post about it a few months ago. Nobody seemed interested, but if you're here looking at the Sonicare Essence on Amazon, this may be worth giving a try to score a Sonicare Elite. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the whole thing.

YMMV - Walmart - Philips Sonicare Elite Toothbrush (Discontinued) in Sonicare Essence Box $24.97
20.00 on walmart's site now.....
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