Sonicare Series 2 vs. Sonicare Flexcare, What’s The Difference?
In this series, we continue to compare the Sonicare Series 2 electric toothbrush to other models and brands. Our post today, we compares the Series 2 to another Sonicare model, the Flexcare.
Features of Sonicare FlexCare Electric Toothbrush:
- Uses patented Sonic technology to deliver 31,000 strokes per minute.
- Improves gum health, up to 100% in comparison to manual brushing.
- Removes x6 more plaque than manual brushing.
- Features 5 cleaning modes: Clean, GumCare, Sensitive, Refresh and Massage
- Quadpacer timer ensures you brush for the dentist recommended 2 minutes with 30 seconds intervals.
- Includes 1 ProResults Gum Health brush head.
Features of Sonicare Series 2 Electric Toothbrush:
- Features Sonic technology to deliver 31,000 strokes per minute.
- Removes plaque up to 6x more plaque than manual brushing.
- One cleaning mode.
- Smart timer with 2 minute alert, no intervals.
- Includes 1 ProResults Plaque control brush head.
What’s The Difference Between Sonicare FlexCare and Series 2?
Image Title Philips Sonicare Flexcare Plus Sonic Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, HX6921/04 Philips Sonicare HX6211/30 2 Series Plaque Control Rechargeable Toothbrush Feature Improves gum health up to 100% vs. a manual toothbrush. Includes 1 ProResults brush head (standard)
Patented sonic technology: With up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute, dynamic fluid action helps clean between teeth and along the gumline
Five different modes for a better cleaning experience: Clean, GumCare, Refresh, Sensitive, Massage
Up to 6x more plaque removal vs. a manual toothbrush
Quadpacer help ensure Dental Professional recommended brushing time and a consistent clean throughout your mouth
Removes up to 6x more plaque than a manual toothbrush
Patented sonic technology: with up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute, dynamic fluid action helps clean between teeth and along the gumline
Smartimer encourages 2 minutes of brushing as recommended by dentists
Easy-start feature slowly increases power over first 14 uses making the switch to philips sonicare easy
Two-color battery charge indicator lets you know when to recharge; 2 weeks battery life
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There’s a big difference between these two models. The Series 2 is a starter level toothbrush while the FlexCare is more advance:
- For starters, the FlexCare has 5 cleaning modes instead of just one. It has Clean: a 2 minute clean time, GumCare: which is 2 minutes of clean with an additional 1 minute for gentle cleaning along the gum line, Sensitive which moves the brush in a more gentle way for sensitive teeth, Massage mode that’s perfect for massaging gums and Refresh which is a quick clean (less than 2 minutes).
- The included ProResults brush head that comes with the FlexCare is for gum health, while the brush head with the Series 2 is for plaque control.
- The timer on the FlexCare is a two-minute timer with Quadpacer, which gives you intervals to let you know when to switch from one quadrant of your teeth to another. On the Series 2 brush, it’s a full 2-minute timer with no intervals.
Other Electric Toothbrush Reviews Worth Reading:
- Sonicare FlexCare Plus vs. Platinum
- Sonicare Series 2 vs Oral B 1000
- Sonicare FlexCare vs DiamondClean
- Oral B 5000 vs 7000
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