Whether the Philips Sonicare Diamondclean is a marvel of superlative dental cleaning — or a noisy and underpowered disappointment — is an unsettled debate. Efficiently packaged with brush-head and parts in a contemporary carrying case, it can last 14 days on a single charge. Some claim it delivers the same quality cleaning as you’d get in a dentist’s office, but in popular opinion, it doesn’t quite rise to the standard of the Sonicare 3, nor does it enjoy the success of the Healthywhite Plus or Gumseries.
Philips, the Dutch electronics giant that made its first bathroom appearance in 1930 with the Norelco electric shaver, is a reputable name in toiletries. The Norelco product line continues to this day, joined by offerings from Philips’ other proficiencies, including a wide range of Sonicare electric toothbrushes.
Huge change in dental hygiene. My dentist even noticed significant change after 1 week when I went in for my scheduled deep cleaning.
My teeth have never felt cleaner. They feel just like you left the dentists office after a cleaning.
Makes way too much noise and battery life is short.
I do not notice a difference in the overall quality of the diamondclean after 8 months of use.