There’s a lot to like about this toothbrush, starting with the promise on the box: “Removes up to 10 times more plaque” (I assume “up to” means that my brushing technique is still important). It’s about as elegant as an electric toothbrush and comes with an on-the-go USB charging case that looks more like a Bluetooth speaker.
Then there are a variety of settings: gum health, which adds an extra minute for low-power brushing; Deep Clean, a three-minute weight wash; and white, which is said to work harder to remove the coffee and tea stains you’re likely to get in the morning.
My preferred setting is sensitive, which protects the precious gums. Still, it is much more effective than I am used to (a manual brush). When I use it for the first time, the toothpaste slips off the vibrating bristles. If I reload and get it into my mouth successfully, I quickly learn the golden rule: don’t open your mouth while cleaning, otherwise it will splash everywhere.
Brushing itself is good, and I like the extra features – if not the cup, which is too small. Basically, it is a very good electric toothbrush that charges quickly and remains powerful for a long time. However, a look at the price will show that these features are very expensive.