Philips Sonicare DiamondClean HX9332/04 price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

Philips Sonicare DiamondClean HX9332/04 Hong Kong
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Philips Sonicare DiamondClean HX9332/04 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelSonic electric toothbrush HX9332/04
DateJul 2011
Power sourceBattery
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Power consumption (typical)2 W
AC input voltage100-240 , 50-60 Hz
AC input frequency100-240 V, 50-60
Packaging content
Number of handles included1 pc(s)
Number of brush heads included2 pc(s)
Travel caseYes
Number of chargers1
Toothbrush typeSonic toothbrush
Integrated timerYes
Number of teeth brushing modes5
Teeth brushing modesPolishing, Whitening
Toothbrush frequency (pulsations)62000 movements per minute
Product colourWhite
Display typeLED
Backlight displayYes
LED indicatorsYes

Reviews of Philips Sonicare DiamondClean HX9332/04
Reviewed on 2015-03-19
Consumer testers thought this brush cleaned their teeth well, Consumer testers found this brush easy to use and to replace the brush head, Consumer testers said the brush didn't irritate their gums, Accurate timer, Lightweight, Great battery life for a re...
Difficult to see battery icon indicating when charge is low, Pricey
The Cadillac of electric toothbrushes, Philips' DiamondClean electric toothbrush has a sky-high price — and great performance, features, and extras to match. This slim and sleek brush has a clean interface (only one button turns it on and switches between...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-21
Five modes for fantastic deep cleaning and polishing, inductive charging glass is pretty cool, the charging travel case is handy for long trips, the Sonicare DiamondClean is a great looking toothbrush
It's expensive; the charging base only works with this model — so if your significant other uses a different Sonicare model, you'll have two chargers on the bathroom counter
Judie : I've used various electronic toothbrushes off and on for years, but since 2007 I've used Philips Sonicare toothbrushes exclusively. My first was their less expensive e-series model (liked it), which I replaced it with a HealthyWhite (loved it). No...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-18
Excellent 3week battery life, Completely sealed body that won't collect bacteria, Exceptionally easy home and travel charger
Expensive; $220, White and Polish brush features are questionably effective
Sometime around the turn of the century I started using an electronic toothbrush. I've never gone back to the manual version, and nor would I. My teeth have never felt cleaner and my visits to the dentists are met with less agony. Plus they're quicker and...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-12
Barbie is a Real Working Camera! A clever and unique barbie doll and included software is both PC & Mac compatible
Barbie's built-in LCD is low res and photos are also poor and low res
Once you go Sonicare, you never go back. That is because after brushing with Sonicare, brushing with a manual toothbrush just doesn't give you the same satisfaction as with brushing with an electric toothbrush. I'm no stranger to Philips Sonicare line of ...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-09
You have to be a pretty special electric toothbrush to make the frontpage of SlashGear, but Philips reckons its Sonicare DiamondClean HX9332 has what it takes. $300/£250 worth of sonically-cleaning electric mouth pleasure is on offer, complete with a U...
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Reviewed on 2020-09-28
But after I was given the latest DiamondClean 9000 from Philips Sonicare, it didn't take me long to decide that this is now my primary, electric toothbrush and will be for months to come. Yes, its performance is that good.Looks like my teeth are getting a...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-21
Great whole mouth clean, Big brush head, Amazing traveller's toothbrush
Crazy expensive, Hard to find refills, Can start to look a bit gross if not regularly cleaned
So you've upgraded your teeth cleaning experience to a 21st century power brush. Good for you. It may satisfy your mouth, murder morning breath and banish plaque at a few thousand revolutions per second, but what if it's not enough? What if you want to kn...
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