Electric Toothbrush Clean Teeth like a Dentist Rechargeable 4 Hours Charge Min 30 Days Use 5 Optional Modes Waterproof Fully Washable 3 Replacement Heads Black £19.99 (Prime) / £23.98 (non Prime)  Sold by Fairywill and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Electric Toothbrush Clean Teeth like a Dentist Rechargeable 4 Hours Charge Min 30 Days Use 5 Optional Modes Waterproof Fully Washable 3 Replacement Heads Black £19.99 (Prime) / £23.98 (non Prime) Sold by Fairywill and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 7th Dec
  • POWERFUL CLEANING AS JUST GET OFF DENTIST'S CHAIR with 40,000 micro-brush per minute. Remove up to 100% more plaques and stains, compared with a regular manual toothbrush. Enjoy clean and healthy teeth in 7 days and improve gum and oral health in 14 days.
  • 4 HOURS CHARGE FOR MINIMUM 30 DAYS USE you can bring it to a travel or business trip without adapter and USB cable. 2 minutes smart timer with interval pause reminding each 30 seconds to encourage dentist-recommended brushing habit. Waterproof to be used at bath and shower.
  • 5 MODES OF WHITE, CLEAN, SENSITIVE, POLISH, MASSAGE to suit different conditions of teeth and gums. 55 gram extra-light weight designed, less than half of regular electric toothbrush. Light in hand but thorough cleaning with reduced noise, upgraded brushing experience than a regular electric toothbrush. 3 replacement heads included.
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE supported by USB inductive charging, safe and easy, auto shut off after full charge, compatible with any power source. Electric toothbrush convenient to use at home or travel. Low battery reminding.
  • TOOTH-WAVED BRISTLES made with Dupont nylon, to suit teeth topography for thorough cleaning of gums and hard to reach areas. Rounded bristle top for safety and gentleness. Anti-slip handle. Protective bristle cover.

15 Comments

Why would you buy this when you can buy braun oralb at this price?

Here is a similar version (without the modes) for £8.38 in a couple hours:
vipon.com/pro…x_0
Edited by: "susdev" 7th Dec

Sid.Harper28 m ago

Why would you buy this when you can buy braun oralb at this price?


Because it's ultrasonic.
Oral B got rid of their sonic range which is when I moved to the Philips Sonicare type. I have an old OralB mechanical scrubbing brush type and don't much like them, although I do use it occasionally as it gets in at different gaps. I doubt I am alone in not being madly keen of the mechanical type though.
Philips sonicare comes in at £30 on Amazon occasionally which is what I opt for, although this one has an even faster speed than those.

Bought it a few months ago. Had a Philips previously and loved it. This vibrates at 40,000 about twice the usual speed so its like having a very angry swarm of Bee's in your mouth. Certainly cleans ok but drives me nuts. Has about 5 different modes but theres only one I can use without squirming.

I've had one of these for about 6 months. Better than a manual brush, but doesn't come anywhere near a Sonicare. I've gone back to a Sonicare since black friday and teeth feel much cleaner for it.

nihcaj1 h, 34 m ago

Because it's ultrasonic. Oral B got rid of their sonic range which is when …Because it's ultrasonic. Oral B got rid of their sonic range which is when I moved to the Philips Sonicare type. I have an old OralB mechanical scrubbing brush type and don't much like them, although I do use it occasionally as it gets in at different gaps. I doubt I am alone in not being madly keen of the mechanical type though.Philips sonicare comes in at £30 on Amazon occasionally which is what I opt for, although this one has an even faster speed than those.




Nowhere in the OP's title or description does it tell us it's an ultrasonic brush - that's kind of important else it's just a no-name powered toothbrush!

Sid.Harper2 h, 11 m ago

Nowhere in the OP's title or description does it tell us it's an …Nowhere in the OP's title or description does it tell us it's an ultrasonic brush - that's kind of important else it's just a no-name powered toothbrush!


Ultrasonic refers to frequencies above 22.1 kHz (22,100 Hz). This brush is running at 40,000 Hz. That in itself tells you it's ultrasonic.

Also £5 off if you spend over £29 on fairywill products

Albert_Tatlock11 h, 3 m ago

Ultrasonic refers to frequencies above 22.1 kHz (22,100 Hz). This brush is …Ultrasonic refers to frequencies above 22.1 kHz (22,100 Hz). This brush is running at 40,000 Hz. That in itself tells you it's ultrasonic.


very layman friendly lol

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Sid.Harper7th Dec

Why would you buy this when you can buy braun oralb at this price?


Because it charges 3 times quicker and has twice the brush rate if the £20 Braun

Original Poster

The price is gone up to £22.99

£22.99 now

Albert_Tatlock7th Dec

Ultrasonic refers to frequencies above 22.1 kHz (22,100 Hz). This brush is …Ultrasonic refers to frequencies above 22.1 kHz (22,100 Hz). This brush is running at 40,000 Hz. That in itself tells you it's ultrasonic.


Incorrect.

This brush is rated at 40,000 per minute. 40 kHz is 40,000 per second. That's a rather massive difference.

40,000 per minute is what the oral b normal brushes are rated at for reference.

Ok. So this post has confused me. I have been using an oral b toothbrush but recently bought a Philips sonicare. I've not used it yet. I went to the dentist for an appointment last week who recommended oral b over sonicare. I am about to return the sonicare and wait for a deal on an oral b. Confused!

I paid£30 for the sonicare.
Edited by: "stec77" 8th Dec

darkbahamut8th Dec

Incorrect.This brush is rated at 40,000 per minute. 40 kHz is 40,000 per …Incorrect.This brush is rated at 40,000 per minute. 40 kHz is 40,000 per second. That's a rather massive difference.40,000 per minute is what the oral b normal brushes are rated at for reference.


Damn. . . you got me
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