Tuesday, August 9, 2016

The 5 Best Electric Toothbrushes You Can Buy Today

Someone might be wondering what's the need of an electric tooth brush? You can never know until you have experienced it. There are several types available for individuals who desire to have one.
These are the best 5 electric toothbrushes to buy. None of them will let you down. You can find most of them at Amazon store.

1. Philips Soni-care Diamond Clean Sonic
Narrowly pips Oral-B to be crowned King of the Electric Toothbrushes at $150. Excellent cleaning Quite sexy for a toothbrush Expensive Cumbersome glass charger. An excellent electric toothbrush that justifies its premium price thanks to the quality of its cleaning and the elegance of its design.
At least part of the reason for that is that it's frequently on offer at half its RRP; never pay full price for it!

2. Oral-B Pro 7000 Black Smart Series

Excellent, top-of-the-range electric toothbrush cleans brilliantly but has Bluetooth for no particular reason. Great cleaning Handy timer and visual guide App could be more useful Gets mucky too easily. Another very fine electric toothbrush that's worth its high price - although obviously, NEVER pay RRP for it when you can usually get it for less than half that. The Oral-B Pro 7000 Black Smart Series is not a sexy bit of design, but your mouth will still thank you for buying it.

3. Emmi Dental
 
It's hideous, and compatible with only one brand of toothpaste… but this electric toothbrush does clean up a treat. Good cleaning performance Interesting interdental head Requires 'special' toothpaste Ugly and cheap looking. A curious product that looks cheap and awful, but makes some big claims about its tooth and gum cleaning prowess. We can't necessarily verify those claims, but it does seem to work well. Its looks and fact that it requires special toothpaste do count against it a tad,however.



4. Panasonic Sonic Vibration EW-DL82-W
 
A compact, effective and well-made electric toothbrush for under £40. Compact and smart Excellent value for money Cleaning requires more effort. For its price the Panasonic Sonic Vibration EW-DL82-W is a very good electric toothbrush. It doesn't clean quite as effortlessly as top-of-the-range rivals, but its effective once you know how to use it. Given the cost, it's also very well made and also brilliantly compact, making it perfect as a travel option. 


5. Colgate Pro Clinical A1500
 
Now way cheaper than at launch, this electric toothbrush is over complicated but worth considering.
Good quality at a discount Decent Cleaning Mega noise and vibration Variable speed seems pointless. The Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 is scarily noisy and, with its different speeds depending on which way up you hold it, arguably over-complicated. On the other hand, for around £60 it's not a bad electric toothbrush and its cleaning performance is good, once you get used to its quirks.




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  1. I had change my toothbrush when a doctor checked my teeth and suggested me for changing my toothbrush in every month

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