These are very fancy – more like lipsticks than toothbrushes. “They look like sophisticated e-cigarettes,” says a colleague.
The Sonic is available in several versions, with names like “Tribal Quest”, “Proud Peacock” and the somewhat startling “Loud Leopard”.
With soft bristles it does not attack the teeth, but I had some problems with this electric toothbrush. First, most options have grooves on the back of the head to help clean the rubber. not the Sonic Chic Urban.
It also comes with a normal, non-rechargeable battery. This is useful for a travel toothbrush, because you do not want to charge on the way. However, it also makes it harder to tell if performance is still at its peak, which the experts believe is crucial for an effective brush.
It was just too dainty and too small for my hands, which made it a little uncomfortable to hold it. Nonetheless, it’s probably a good option to travel light but keep your teeth clean, and at under £ 30 you do not have to break the bank to get one.
- Fashionable, fun and compact sonic toothbrush
- Battery and extra replacement brush head included
- Ventilated hygienic cap
- 22,000 brush strokes per minute
- Precision head cleans hard-to-reach areas