I have a long and torturous love affair with Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush. You might want to bare that in mind when you read this review. I would also like to make it clear that this is NOT a sponsored post!
My Love Affair With Sonicare
I first bought a Sonicare over 4 years ago. It might even be 5. I fell for it hard. It was a game changer when it came to brushing my teeth. This was good as I have a phobia of the dentist: this is no exaggeration. Last time I went I felt as if I was going to pass out and I nearly vomited. Therefore, I will do everything possible to keep out of that dentist’s chair. This is how I ended up with my first Sonicare. It was pricey. They easily retail for over £100. We didn’t have money to flush down the plughole (see what I did there 😉 ) so we saved and scrimped and watched for price reductions. We secured it for half-price at Boots and then used our points to pay for it.
Now I won’t go into too much detail here as I basically talk about it in the (awful) vlog at the bottom of this page but to cut a long story short the amazing, toothbrush broke. Therefore, we replaced it and it broke again. I purchased another one and it broke again. Clearly I couldn’t continue with this tooth brushing habit or we would end up living on the street just so I could fund my desire for squeaky clean teeth. Mr C ordered me to stop buying the Sonicare and I agreed, reluctantly. All was good with this. I put up with my substandard electric toothbrush that keeps on going (but isn’t the same) until Mr C purchased for himself the Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush. I nearly divorced him over it. Seriously. I have thought about sabotaging his toothbrush but that would just be mean. Therefore, I am instead sharing my thoughts on the Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush so far. It’s this or I use his Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush as a bog brush.
Review Of The Sonicare Diamond Clean Toothbrush By A Happy Husband And A Bitter Wife 😉
The reason I love this toothbrush (and very nearly divorced my husband over it) is that it brushes like no other toothbrush. This is the don of electric toothbrushes. When your Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush arrives you will find that you get a few accessories. A rather nifty glass holder, attached to a charger. This is where you should keep your toothbrush when you are not using it. It also charges in this. You can simply sit it in the top and leave it to charge. Clever and nifty. However, if you are someone that travels a lot then don’t worry! You also get a rather nifty travel case for it and it charges up in that too. Genius. Now do you see why I love it so?
Using the Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush
Very easy to use. The base of the toothbrush is a very sleek device and clean looking. There aren’t many crevices where dirt or bacteria will be able to collect. There are also different cycles to choose from. Clean is the mode that you will use for day to day. There is also a polish which is a higher frequency and white which is probably between clean and polish. The clean mode is a 2 minute brush. Do not underestimate those 2 minutes. As Sonicare tell us, it removes ‘5 x more plaque than a manual” Amazing! This is why I loved my Sonicare, you really can tell the difference! When brushing your teeth the toothbrush will pulse every 30 seconds to let you know that you need to move onto the next quadrant of teeth.
This is an excellent toothbrush that your teeth will thank you for. However, it comes with a hefty price tag and from my experience they can have a tendency to break. I will let you know if this one breaks.
Unboxing of the Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush
In the below vlog I unbox Mr C’s Sonicare Diamond Clean toothbrush so you can see first-hand how it comes. Ignore how I look in it. I clearly need to start wearing make-up and I need to sort my roots out. I only dyed my hair a couple of weeks ago.* It might be time to accept that blonde and I can no longer be.
*I wrote this post a couple of months ago and I did get my roots sorted 😉 I still haven’t bought any make-up though