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Philips Sonicare ExpertClean 7300 vs 7400 vs 7500 vs 7700

In 2019 Sonicare rolled a new model call ExpertClean mainly aimed for the medium priced electric toothbrush market. This segment of market caters for people who want more customization in the toothbrush they use to tackle their respective needs but do not want to stretch their budgets to snap up high end models. The ExpertClean comes in different models the 7300, the 7400, 7500 and 7700, so it can be quite confusing to know how to differentiate between to get exactly what suits your needs. Here below we compare the different models to help you figure out what suits your needs. You can also check our comparison page for more analysis of other models.

Here is the Philips Sonicare HX9690/05 ExpertClean 7500 Bluetooth Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, Black . It is the only Expert Clean model available on Amazon.

Sonicare ExpertClean 7300 vs 7500 Comparison

These two models are more or less the same brush as shown by their vast simililarities that we point out below:

  1. They both operate on the patentent Sonicare sonic technology that produces 31000 brush strokes per second.
  2. They all have a timer to let you know when you’ve brushed for 2 minutes as recommended by tooth professionals.
  3. There is a pressure sensors in both the 7300 and 7500 to help you avert exerting excessive pressure when brushing.
  4. Both the Expertclean 7300/7500 have the BrushSync replacement reminder which reminds you if the brush head is actually due for replacement.
  5. They all have a 14 day battery life.
  6. They both have bluetooth connectivity and connect to the Sonicare app.

There are minor differences which we explore below. At the time of writing one glaring difference between the two models was that the 7300 was solely sold via the Philips Sonicare website while the 7500 is exclusively sold on Amazon. Strange isn’t it?

Last update on 2021-04-21 at 08:35 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Differences

1. Brushing modes and intensities: The ExpertClean 7500 has four modes:

  • Clean – for outstanding everyday clean (two minutes) ,
  • Gum Health – special focus on molars (three minutes twenty seconds),
  • White+ – to remove surface stains (2 minutes forty seconds) and,
  • DeepClean+ – (3 minutes) of refreshing and rejuvinating deep clean .

You also have a selection of three intensities (Low or Medium or high) in every brushing mode.

This obviously affords you great customization and flexibility; in case you’ve teeth that are sensitive or gums you are able to choose the low intensity setting. On the other hand you might boost the intensity level if you’re comfortable with it. Nevertheless, it’s suggested to use intensity level three.

ExpertClean 7300 has all the intensities as well as modes except the White+ mode.

2. Travel Case: the ExpertClean 7500 comes with a charging case for traveling that enables you to charge the toothbrush on the go via the use of a USB port or perhaps wall outlet.

ExpertClean 7300 does not have a charging (USB) traveling case. Nevertheless, it has a regular travel case that has a trendy appearance.

The Philips Sonicare ExpertClean 7500 is a popular item sold by Amazon along with numerous other retailers.

Colours: The 7300 comes exclusively in whilte with silver finish and black accents while the 7500 comes in a range of 3 colours (black (with gyeyish finish); white (with silver accents) or pink )

As you can see, all you are really getting for paying a few more bucks to buy the 7500 is a USB charging functionalityon the travel case and a White + cleaning mode.

Philips Sonicare ExpertClean 7400 vs 7300

The ExpertClean 7400 is basically more or less like the ExpertClean 7300 toothbrush, the only difference being that the 7400 comes with three replacement brush heads:

  • C3 Premium Plaque Control,
  • G3 Premium Gum Care, and
  • W3 Premium White.

ExpertClean 7500 vs7700

Philips Sonicare ExpertClean 7700 is the newest ExpertClean model. It is basically the ExpertClean 7500 with a bundled UV sterilizer. Following the successful launch of the Waterpik Fusion (an electric toothbrush fused with a water flosser) Sonicare has also come up with the 7700 which is has a water flosser.

Last update on 2021-04-21 at 08:35 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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