Tuesday 28 June 2016

Oral B Toothbrush

Hey everyone :)

I used to have a normal toothbrush and after my first visit to the hygienist - she recommended a electronic toothbrush over a normal one and so (me, who loves to spend money) zoomed off to Tesco and bought one! They are expensive - that is the first thing that will probably put lots of people off buying them over a plastic normal toothbrush - but they are lots better and do all the work for you.

This is my second electronic one as my first recently died. Tesco also had a deal on and I wanted to spend money ... typical me!

The great thing about the toothbrush for me at the moment is the battery life - my other one didn't hold much charge so I'm glad I have a new one that lasts more than a week. This toothbrush also had a pressure sensor - so a red light flashes when I'm pushing too hard on my teeth/gums and a gum cleaner ... which is just the toothbrush on a slower setting that pulses - both great and helpful little features.

This toothbrush cost me £35 but it was in the sale at Tesco, I think normally it's around £70. I got one free head with the product but they do recommend changing them every 6 months and it costs around £10-£15 for 2 new heads.

It also comes with a little charging dock and the toothbrush is waterproof so you don't have to worry about getting it wet. It has also a 'charge' icon so you know when the battery is getting low.

The plug connected to the charging dock is a 2 prong plug so you may need to buy the 2 prong-to-3 prong UK plug unless your bathroom has one of those 2 prong plug sockets.

So let me know in the comments below what kind of toothbrush you use and which you think is the best - I'd love to hear your comments!!

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