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T.brush electric toothbrush lasts two weeks on a single charge


One reason to smile

If you're looking to upgrade your smile, the T.brush electric toothbrush could be for you.

It claims to be one of the most advanced gnasher-cleaners around. For starters, it lasts two weeks on a single charge, which is 70 per cent longer than rivals, according to the manufacturers. That's thanks to its lithium-polymer battery, which is the same kind found in smartphones, tablets and laptops. It also reaches full charge in a third of the time of a standard electric toothbrush.

A USB travel case keeps it charged on the go – just plug it into your laptop to juice it up – and because it's the slimmest and lightest model available (so the makers claim, there are no specs to back it up) it won't weigh you down.

It uses the oscillate and rotate method, which removes 100 per cent more plaque than manual brushing. The motor whirs at up to 9000 rpm and the brush has five cleaning modes: clean, gum care, whitening, sensitive and polish.

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Like others, it also tells you when to move to another part of your mouth.

Unlike others, it comes in a range of styles including Retro, Neon and Adventurer. They're a bit cringeworthy to be honest, but as long as it does the job on our teeth, we'll be happy.

It's raised over £23,000 of a £175,000 goal and still has 39 days to go. Prices start at £55, and the device will ship in December.

Prem Desai

June 29, 2015, 4:38 pm

The tech seems fine - let's hope it's actually good at cleaning teeth.

I'm quite fed up with ther current market leader: Braun. Whilst they are good at cleaning teeth (which I suppose if their primary function), their toothbrushes are hopeless to live with. They take ages to charge (usually longer than the next time I need to brush my teeth). The battery loses charge when travelling by aeroplane. There's no option for travellers to pack this in their toiletry bag without the bristles touching everything else.

Braun's tech was good 20 years ago, not now. Hopefully the T.Brush will give them some serious competition that they need .....


July 4, 2015, 8:20 pm

My Philips sonic toothbrush claims 3 weeks, and pretty much delivers that.

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