The scenario of judging Oral-B against Sonicare is quite similar to crazy fanboys fighting over Batman vs Superman.
Both are favorite superheroes. Who wins? Tough call.
Oral-B and Sonicare are ruling over the electric toothbrush industry for almost 30 years now and together they own 90% of the market share. From the beginning of their journey, they are always trying to surpass each other by coming up with the most advance cutting-edge technologies and outstanding performance. Due to their clash, oral health care benefitted a lot and technology integration in this personal care field became a success.
Answering a generalized question like “who is better?” in short is quite difficult and not fair, to be honest. Both of these brands promote over 13 types of different models. Some are made for adults, some are made for kids; some are high-end, some are low-end and accordingly price varies.
The only logical way to compare these two brands would be putting similar products from both sides against each other. Therefore, in this article we will be looking at in depth comparison of top 5 models from different categories of Oral-B and Sonicare and then try to come up with a conclusion.
Before that, let’s look briefly at their history, common differences, similarities, and some unique features.
Oral b brand History
The history of Oral-B starts with a Californian periodontist named Dr. Robert W. Hutson who first patented his toothbrush named “Hutson toothbrush” in 1950. Later in 1958, he patented another toothbrush similar to the previous one but this time with flat-ended, coarse, and angle-cut nylon bristles which were much finer and softer. He claimed, this brush is less harsh towards enamel, comfortable for massaging gums and better at picking up tooth cleaning powder which was popular at that time.
Eventually, Dr. Hutson created the brand name Oral-B and the first product was “Oral-B 60”. The name “Oral-B 60” came from the fact that it had 60 tufts. Consequently, other products came with different shapes, sizes, and number of tufts. Dr. Hutson continued his San Jose periodontal practice after selling Oral-B in 1960, and in 1984 it became part of the Gillette group.
Finally, Braun came in agreement with Oral-B and started producing electric toothbrushes using their brand name. Since 2006, Oral-B is part of the Procter & Gamble company.
Philips sonicare brand History
Sonicare is one of the most popular amongst bestselling premium electric toothbrush brands and has over 17 million users worldwide. It all began with an entrepreneur with a background in electrical engineering named David Giuliani who met with Dr. David Engel and Roy Martin from University of Washington and started their company named GEMTech in 1987.
Together they came up with an idea to produce a dental hygiene device which uses piezoelectric multimorph transducer technology and eventually after several years of research and creating prototypes they introduced the first sonic toothbrush in November 1992 at a periodontal convention in Florida.
GEMTech changed its name to Optiva Corporation in 1995 and in October 2000 a division of Philips named ‘Domestic Appliances and Personal Care’ acquired Optiva Corporation. Optiva Corporation was then again changed into Philips Oral Healthcare Inc. and finally in 2003, it became “Philips Sonicare”.
Difference between oral b vs sonicare
Let’s discuss some noticeable differences between these two brands.
- Stroking action and technology
If we are about to distinguish between Oral-B and Sonicare which are separate productions of 2 tech giants namely Braun and Philips then what else should we start with but their technology and brushing mechanism?
Each one of them uses unique brushing technology which sets them apart in terms of bristles movements and stroke generating power. In context of bristle movements, the Oral-B uses rotation-oscillation action also known as rotary action, and the Sonicare uses their unique sonic technology which generates quick vibration through bristles.
Oral-B bristles move in a rotary motion. They circulate in a few degrees in one direction and then a few degrees in other direction to eradicate plaques and germs from your enamels and between teeth. As this movement is based on only one plane, Oral-B calls it 2D motion.
What distinguishes their 3D models from 2D is that there is another pulse generated through a second plane meaning another dimension to their cleaning movement. 40,000 pulsations and 8,800 oscillations are generated by 3D models where the 2D models simply generates 7,600 oscillations per minute.
Sonicare bristles move in a side by side vibrating mode which kind of imitates the manual toothbrush movement but at a considerably high speed. This movement is intense enough to loosen up plaques and debris and let cleaning fluids to flow easily through deep between teeth and gumlines.
Typical Sonicare models can reach upto 31000 brush strokes per minute where some premium models depending on brushing modes can reach upto 62000 brush strokes per minute.
- Range of models and brush heads
The next difference between these 2 brands lies in their brush head size, compatibility with different models, and the range of different types. Typically, Sonicare brush heads are larger in size compared to Oral-B brush heads. Thus Oral-B brush heads are easy to maneuver around all parts of the mouth rather than Sonicare.
In terms of compatibility, almost all Oral-B brush heads are compatible with all of their models where Sonicare has 4 types of brush heads namely ‘Compact’ brush heads which are interchangeable. Oral-B and Sonicare have almost same range of different models.
Oral-B has 14 models divided in 5 groups-
- Smartseries: Oral-B Smartseries 4000, 5000, 6000 and 6500
- Genius: Oral-B Genius 9000 and 8000
- Pro: Oral-B Pro 600, 650, 2000, 2500, 3000 and 5800
- Kids: Oral-B stages power kids
- Vitality: Oral-B Vitality plus
Sonicare has 13 brushes in their lineup-
- FlexCare +
- CleanCare +
- Healthy White +
- 5 series Gum Health
- 3 Series Gum Health
- 2 Series Gum Health
- 2 Series Plaque defence
- Sonicare for Kids
- FlexCare Platinum Connected
- FlexCare Platinum
Both Oral-B and Sonicare have 10 types of brush heads in their vault to offer.
- Pressure sensor
To ensure enamel and gum health safety, pressure sensor is one of the most vital feature you can expect from a premium electric toothbrush. However, this commodity is not meant for low-end category.
Oral- B offers pressure sensor with all of their models except for 2; Oral-B Vitality Series and Oral-B Deep Sweep 1000.
In context of Sonicare lineup, you’ll find pressure sensor only with Flexcare HX6921/02.
- Brushing modes
Brushing modes are necessary for comprehensive oral cleaning. Oral-B offers 1 to 4 modes and Sonicare offers 1 to 2 modes with most of their models. The highest number of cleaning modes come with the most advanced and premium models of both brands namely Philips Diamond Clean which offers 5 brushing modes, and Oral-B black 7000 which offers 6 brushing modes.
- Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone application
Several models from Oral-B and only one model from Sonicare come with Bluetooth connectivity and compatible smartphone application.
Following are the Oral-B models-
- PRO 5000 Smart Series
- Deep Sweep 5000 Smart Series
- Oral-B black 7000
- Oral-B Genius Pro 8000
Following is the Sonicare model-
- Philips Sonicare for Kids
You can connect these models with your smartphone via Bluetooth and get feedback on your brushing habit using Oral-B and Sonicare applications. Oral-B application is compatible with almost every version of Android and IOS however, Sonicare application supports only some particular versions.
- Battery life & voltage
In terms of battery life, Sonicare offers long lasting power supply rather than most Oral-B models. The advanced high-end Sonicare models offer 3 weeks of use with a single charge, where Oral-B counterparts can only offer upto 10 days of use with a single charge.
Oral-B models are compatible with only 110V power outlets meaning these are intended for US customers. However, if you live in other parts of the world or planning to travel then you’ll be needing a power adapter to charge Oral-B toothbrushes.
Sonicare models support both 110V and 220V power outlets. Therefore, there is no need of an extension to the power cord if you live outside US or planning to travel.
Typically, Oral-B toothbrushes are a bit louder in comparison to Sonicare counterparts. However, this shouldn’t be a big issue unless you have very low tolerance against noise.
On first look, ergonomics of both brands looks quite similar. However, if you look into details then you’ll find that Sonicare brushes have a more natural shape like the conventional manual toothbrushes we have been using for ages. Most Sonicare brush handles comes with a rubber grip; they contain color accent and the brush heads usually matches the color.
Oral-B brushes look quite modern compared to Sonicare. They also come with glossy rubber grips in various colors but brush heads do not always match the color like Sonicare, thus looks a bit less clinical.
In general, Sonicare brushes are pricier compared to their Oral-B counterparts.
Oral-B offers more cleaning modes, various brush head replacements which are also less expensive but still they maintain a bit lower price than Sonicare.
However, Sonicare brushes tend to be more comfortable yet they generate tremendous power. In my opinion, the reason behind Sonicare’s high price is due to its simplicity which resonated into popularity.
Similarity between oral b vs sonicare
Let’s look at some similarities.
Both brands feature LED display panel on the handle from which warnings or status related to charging and excessive pressure can be observed.
- Two-minute timer
Both brands feature a 2-minute timer which is essential for maintaining dentist’s recommended brushing period.
- Dual charging system
Both Philips Diamond Clean and Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 offer Dual charging system. However, their working principle is different. For Philips Diamond Clean dual charging comprises of a USB charging travel case and a Charging glass which uses induction technology, meaning the battery will start charging whenever you put the brush in the glass.
For Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 dual charging means charging your phone and the brush in the travel case using the same power outlet.
- Warranty & guarantee
Both brands offer 2 years of warranty for all models and money back guarantee for specific models. However, this may vary depending on their shipping and area wise policies.
- Charging option
Both Oral-B and Sonicare brushes come with rechargeable batteries and charging options.
Both brands have some unique features too
- UV sanitizer
The first unique feature we will discuss is UV sanitizer. It’s one of the most practical feature offered by only Philips Sonicare Flexcare HX6921/02.
Whenever we brush, different microorganisms or germs get stuck into the bristles. Normal running water cannot wash or terminate these germs properly.
To solve this issue, Sonicare came up with the idea of UV sanitizer which makes the brush head and bristles 100% germs free by using an advanced hygiene technology.
- Tongue cleaning mode
As the name suggests, this mode is used for cleaning food residue from your tongue which helps to ensure proper oral hygiene. These modes come with Oral-B Precision 7000 & Oral-B Genius Pro 8000.
- Real time feedback
Real Time Feedback is an intelligent guidance system which helps you focus on particular areas that need most attention while you are brushing.
Currently, this high-tech feature is only offered by Oral-B Genius Pro 8000, Pro 7000, and Pro 6000.
Via Bluetooth you can connect these brushes with your smartphone and the Oral-B app will let you customize your brushing plan according to your dentist’s recommendation and eventually improve your brushing habit.
- Position detection technology
Its quite natural for us to miss various spots even if we pay complete attention while brushing because we can’t see properly.
This issue can be solved with the advanced position detection technology which is currently being offered by only Oral-B Genius Pro 8000.
With the help of this technology you can see where you have missed and accordingly adjust your brushing technique.
- 360° smart ring
360° smart ring is quite an uncommon feature you’ll find only in Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 and Pro 6000. You can customize the smart-ring illumination with 12 colors using the Oral-B app. This helps you to see feedback from smart-timer, pressure sensor, Bluetooth and at the same time makes those brushes look visually aesthetic.
- Smart guide
Only Oral-B Pro 7000 and Deep Sweep include a wireless smart guide which gives you real-time information on time, areas, and brushing modes.
- Illuminated display
You’ll find illuminated display only with Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean which not only enhances its appeal but also makes it easier to see different real-time status.
- Easy start & automatic power off
Only Sonicare models feature easy start and automatic power off. Easy start lets you get adjusted with sonic technology by gradually increasing power over first 14 uses. The automatic power off is another most practical feature to save you from harming your enamels and gums.
Oral-B Genius Pro 8000 vs Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean
Technology & Efficiency
When I came across assessing their technology and features it was such a ‘wow’ moment for me. It’s so amazing how a simple toothbrush can offer so many technologies these days.
Let’s talk about Genius Pro 8000 first,
Oral-B is one of the most uttered name in the toothbrush industry, and surely, they took their reputation one step further when they introduced Genius Pro 8000 in the market. It’s yet the most forward-thinking production by Oral-B. All the cutting-edge technologies offered by Pro 8000 is really hard to beat by any other competitors.
Pro 8000 lets you pair your smartphone with it, and the Oral-B app gives you real time feedback on your regular brushing habit. The app has integrated face detection technology which detects individual’s brushing history and guides towards any missed spot using position detection technology.
The customizable 360 Smart-Ring comes with 12 color option LED which works with integrated 2-minute smart-timer and pressure sensor. So, ensuring dentist recommended brushing time and saving your gums and teeth from overpressure is easier than ever.
It also comes with 6 cleaning modes namely ‘Sensitive’, ‘Gum Care’, ‘Tongue Cleaning’, ‘Whitening’, ‘Pro-Clean’, and ‘Daily Clean’ which are absolute convenience for proper oral hygiene.
Let’s see what Diamond Clean has to offer.
Only electric toothbrush that can go head-to-head with Genius 8000 is none other than Sonicare Diamond Clean by Philips.
But can it be connected with smartphone just like Genius 8000? No, you cannot connect this with your smartphone. But that cannot be the sole reason to think less of it.
Diamond Clean is the most furious competitor when it comes to quick and comprehensive plaque removal technology. It can remove 10 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush and can whiten your teeth just within a week. Its unique sonic technology is by far the most effective to gently wipe out years old stains caused by wine, coffee, tea, or tobacco.
Just like Genius 8000 it also has 2-minute Smart-timer and on top of that it also comes with a Quad-pacer which allows you to maintain 30 seconds brushing for each quadrant of your mouth.
It features 5 brushing modes namely ‘White’, ‘Sensitive’, ‘Gum Care’, ‘Clean’, and ‘Deep Clean’. Adaptive Clean Brush Head combined with Deep Clean mode cleans plaque from deep within your gumlines and improves gum-health just in 2 weeks.
Accessories & Warranty
Both of these high-end toothbrushes include powerful batteries, unique travel cases and charging options.
When it comes to battery power and longevity Diamond Clean easily beats Genius 8000. Oral-B Genius 8000 comes with a Lithium Ion battery which holds charge for 12 days where Diamond Clean holds charge for 3 weeks!
Oral-B Genius 8000 offers smart travel case which is intended to charge both your toothbrush and smartphone using the same outlet. Diamond Clean not only comes with a USB charging travel case but also a unique charging glass which uses conduction technology to charge, means, put the toothbrush in the case and it’ll start charging.
Both of these brushes offer 2 years of warranty and Genius Pro 8000 offers a full refund within 60 days.
Who takes the glory
It’s really hard to put a winning crown on one of them. Both offers state-of-the-art technology and advanced features.
According to numerous reviews I went through I found that most users look for better battery life. In my opinion, although Genius 8000 offers smartphone connectivity and one extra cleaning mode, Diamond Clean is the winner as it has long lasting battery life and provides quicker result in terms of plaque and stain removal.
Oral-B Pro 7000 vs Philips Sonicare Flexcare Platinum
Technology & Efficiency
Again, both of these brushes offer all cutting-edge technologies. Both of these are highly efficient with their respective features.
Oral-B Pro 7000 is almost identical to its big brother Genius Pro 8000. You can connect this with your smartphone and with the help of Oral-B app you can focus on important areas that need careful brushing, track your brushing habit, get useful tips, etc. Just like Pro 8000, it also includes pressure sensor which lights up and warns you if you tend to put too much pressure.
It features CrossAction brush head which is designed with 16-degree angled bristles to surround individual tooth for precise cleaning. The 3D cleaning action allows the brush head to rotate, pulsate, and oscillate which results into superior plaque removal.
It also has a timer to maintain dentist recommended 2 minutes of brushing and 6 cleaning modes namely ‘Sensitive’, ‘Gum Care’, ‘Tongue Cleaning’, ‘Whitening’, ‘Deep-Clean’, and ‘Daily Clean’ for comprehensive brushing experience.
On the other hand,
You cannot connect Philips Sonicare Flexcare Platinum with your smartphone and there is no app. What it has are 9 customizable brushing options (3 cleaning modes and 3 speed settings), most advanced brushing technology, and an intuitive pressure sensor.
Its patented sonic technology generates 31,000 brush strokes per minute. Combined action of Deep Clean mode and Adaptive-Clean brush head can remove upto 10 times more plaque from deep within your gumlines rather than a manual toothbrush.
Like Pro 7000 it also has a 2-minute timer and moreover it features a Quad-pacer to focus on each quadrant of your mouth precisely.
Accessories & Warranty
Oral-B Pro 7000 includes 1 Smart-Guide, 1 premium travel case, 1 premium charger with refill head storage, 1 Sensitive brush head, 1 Pro-White brush head, 1 Cross-Action brush head, and 1 Oral-B Smart-Series handle in the package. Pro 7000’s toothbrush head is replaceable with Dual Clean, PowerTip, Ortho, ProWhite, Deep Sweep, TriZone, FlossAction, Precision Clean, Sensitive Clean, 3D White, and CrossAction.
On the other hand, Philips Sonicare Flexcare Platinum includes 1 Adaptive-Clean brush head, 1 Philips Sonicare toothbrush handle, 1 travel charger, 1 deluxe travel case, and 1 hygienic travel cap. Flexcare Platinum’s battery lasts for 3 weeks with a single charge.
Both Oral-B and Philips offer 2 years of warranty however, it may differ depending on their shipment and area wise policies.
Who takes the glory:
As usual it’s difficult to choose one between them. Customer satisfaction depends on their particular necessities.
However, I want to point out that Philips has way better battery life. Not sure why Oral-B is not paying much attention in this regard. Their battery life is not bad but not competitive enough against Philips.
Nevertheless, Pro 7000 offers way more accessories and features than Flexcare Platinum. I think at the price point, Flexcare Platinum is offering a bit less options. That being said, in this clash I would say Oral-B Pro 7000 wins.
Oral-B Pro 5000 vs Philips Sonicare HealthyWhite HX8911
Technology & Efficiency
In this comparison we will focus on 2 more models from 2 different brands which have a slightly lower price tags and they both go head-to-head. It’s amazing how these brands are capable of offering so many advanced technologies to their customers even at this price point.
First, we have Oral-B Pro 5000 which also features Bluetooth connectivity just like its siblings, means you can connect your smartphone and via the app you can get real time feedback on your brushing habit which lets you achieve amazing results. It also features integrated pressure sensor which lights up and warns you if you put too much pressure on your teeth and gums.
It includes round FlossAction brush head which contains micro-pulse bristles to let you achieve superior cleaning compared to a manual toothbrush. Remove more plaque along your gumlines using its 3D action brush head which rotates, pulsates, and oscillates to an optimum level so that at the same time scrubbing remains comfortable for you.
Unlike its sibling, it only has 5 cleaning modes; there is no ‘Tongue Cleaning’ mode in this one. 2-minute smart-timer is included for maintaining dentist recommended time.
Let’s look at Philips Sonicare Healthy White HX8911,
As usual HealthyWhite HX8911 also doesn’t support Bluetooth connectivity means no realtime feedback. Another drawback is it doesn’t feature any pressure sensor.
However, Sonicare is known for its highly effective plaque removal and whitening systems and surely Healthy White HX8911 lives upto that hype. Patented sonic technology generates 31000 brush strokes per minute. It removes 7 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush and starts wiping out stains and whitening your teeth just within a week of use.
It comes with 6 customizable settings and 2 modes namely ‘Clean’ and ‘White’. Although it doesn’t feature a ‘Gum Care’ mode, you’ll start seeing immense improvement in your gum health just within 2 weeks of use.
It also has a 2-minute smart-timer and in addition it features a Quadpacer unlike Oral-B Pro 5000.
Accessories & Warranty
Both of these toothbrushes include moderate quality travel cases. Healthy White HX8911 also includes a hygienic travel cap.
The biggest plus-point of having Healthy White HX8911 is that it comes with Diamond Clean brush head which is Sonicare’s best whitening brush head yet. On the other hand, you can replace Pro 5000’s brush head with Dual Clean, Deep Sweep, FlossAction, Precision Clean, Sensitive Gum Care, 3D White, and CrossAction.
Both of these brushes include chargers and rechargeable batteries. Warranty may differ depending on their shipment and area wise policies.
Who takes the glory
Perhaps deciding a winner in this clash would be much easier for me. Let me tell you why. Both of these toothbrushes are at similar price-point yet one of them didn’t include one of the most important feature that most of us look for in an electric toothbrush which is pressure sensor.
Pressure sensor can save your teeth and gum health in most cases. Although Healthy White HX8911 is an amazing toothbrush, at this price-point, I am disappointed for them not including a pressure sensor. So, in this clash Oral-B Pro 5000 is the winner.
Oral-B Black Pro 1000 vs Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control
Technology & Efficiency
Now we will be coming to the lower price range competitors. These toothbrushes obviously don’t offer too much technologies and features compared to their rich cousins. This comparison is mainly intended for those whom are in a tight budget or simply don’t want to spend too much on a toothbrush. However, as per my observation and many others, these toothbrushes didn’t compromise quality as someone would expect at this lower price-point.
First, we have Oral-B Black Pro 1000 which is clinically proven for superior cleaning. The 16-degree angled bristles surround each tooth and 3D action ensure precise cleaning. It can remove upto 300% more plaque along the gumline than a manual toothbrush.
It includes an integrated pressure sensor which is really surprising for a low end electric toothbrush. It comes with just 1 mode and that is ‘Daily Clean’. 2-minute smart-timer helps you maintain dentist recommended brushing period and 30 second timer pulsates to switch from one quadrant to another.
Let’s see what Philips Sonicare 2 Series has to offer.
Sonicare 2 Series is also highly effective in removing tooth decaying plaques and germs. It also features specially angled bristles to individually surround each tooth for superior cleaning. It can remove upto 6 times more plaques and germs than a manual toothbrush.
The combination of 31000 brushstrokes per minute generated by Philips’s patented sonic technology and Dynamic Fluid Action enables you to precisely clean deep between your teeth and along the gumlines.
It also includes 2-minute smart-timer which encourages you to maintain dentist recommended brushing time. Most unique feature in this is the easy-start which slowly increases power over initial 14 uses so that you get used to Sonicare experience more comfortably. Also, the handle features a 2-color charging indicator.
Accessories & Warranty
Oral-B Black Pro 1000 kit includes 1 charger, 1 CrossAction brush head, and 1 Oral-B professional handle. On the other hand, Philips Sonicare 2 Series kit includes 1 small standard Sonicare charger, 1 ProResults plaque control brush head, and 1 Philips Sonicare 2 Series plaque control rechargeable toothbrush.
Both the brushes come with rechargeable batteries and last upto 7 days with single charge. Warranty may differ depending on their shipment and area wise policies.
Who takes the glory:
By taking many user reviews and my personal assessment into account I couldn’t place one over another. They both have almost similar features and price tags. Both of them does their job quite accurately. Therefore, the result of this clash is a ‘tie’ for me. Both of them are winners.
Oral-B Frozen Kids vs Philips Sonicare for Kids
Technology & Efficiency
Finally, its time to look at the kid’s section and our focus will be on Oral-B Frozen Kids and Philips Sonicare for Kids. Both of these rechargeable toothbrushes also come at a much lower price-point. They are intended to make brushing fun and exciting for kids and accordingly both of them features their own kid’s interactive app for android and IOS devices.
The Frozen Kids features the Disney Magic Timer App by Oral-B which lets your child engage with the fun Disney characters and its an easy way to make your kids maintain dentist recommended 2-minute brushing period. Other interactive features of the app help your kids to build a regular healthy brushing habit from early age.
It has a very distinct shape which helps kids to reach all parts of their mouth easily and allows its brush head to surround each tooth for individual cleaning. It comes with Sensitive Clean toothbrush head which is ideal for kids and it helps your kids to enjoy a comfortable and gentle brushing experience. The waterproof handle is perfectly designed for small hands and easy to maneuver.
On the other hand, Philips Sonicare for Kids also features Bluetooth connectivity and an interactive app which educates and make your kids excited about brushing regularly and properly. The app let your kids achieve exciting rewards for each successful brushing session. It also has KidTimer which helps your kids maintain full 2 minutes of dentist recommended brushing period and KidPacer which lets your kids know when to move from one quadrant of the mouth to another.
Philips Sonicare for Kids can generate 500 brush strokes per second with the help of its unique sonic technology which is 75% more effective than a manual toothbrush in removing plaques and germs. Moreover, over 90 percent of doctors recommend Philips Sonicare for Kids and almost 100 percent of parents say it’s easier to make their kids brush longer and better with Philips Sonicare.
Accessories & Warranty
Oral-B Frozen Kids comes with 2 Sensitive Clean refill toothbrush heads, and a small footprint charging station. The Philips Sonicare for Kids kit contains 1 bluetooth-enabled rechargeable toothbrush, 8 handle stickers for customization and 2 bonus sticker sheets, 1 brush head (standard size), and 1 charger base.
Philips Sonicare for Kids comes with replaceable Li-Ion battery and usually lasts longer compared to Oral-B Frozen Kids. Also, Oral-B Frozen Kids battery is not replaceable. Warranty may differ depending on their shipment and area wise policies.
Who takes the glory
With kid’s toothbrushes, both Oral-B and Philips have shown their ultimate capability once again. Although you’ll save a couple of bucks with Frozen Kids, If I really have to judge then I will place Philips Sonicare for Kids a little ahead of Oral-B Frozen Kids as Phillips ensure better battery life and comes with some fun accessories. So, in this clash my winner is Philips Sonicare for Kids.
|Features||Oral-B Frozen||Philips Sonicare HX6321/02|
|Battery life||Upto 10 days||Upto 10 days|
|Voltage||110 V||110-220 V|
|Brush head includes||1|
Finally, it’s time to declare the winner. Have you picked one yet? If so then I respect your decision. To be honest, there is no looser in this clash. Your personal preference should be the ultimate judge to pick a winner.
Personally, I would prefer Sonicare. What lures me to toward Sonicare? Its impeccable cleaning capability, comfortable brushing experience, and outstanding battery life. Surely, Sonicare won’t fulfil your satisfaction if your intention is to take advantage of many technical features and at the same time save couple of bucks. In that case, Oral-B is the perfect choice. Both brands offer great value and if you choose wisely, you won’t get disappointed.
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