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Thursday, February 27, 2014

ToiletTree Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
I think I've found my new favorite review item, or at least the item that gets the most use. I had the chance to try out the ToiletTree Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush thanks to an opportunity on Tomoson. It is actually a dual toothbrush model where you have the standard rechargeable unit on a base and a travel-sized brush that runs off battery.

Do you use an electric toothbrush? This model is a little different than past models I've tried out from other manufacturers. First, it runs at two speeds. In addition to the standard speed, it runs at a slower sensitive speed. Also, while I've experienced rechargeable toothbrushes with a two minute timer that vibrates after two minutes, this one pauses every 30 seconds so you know to move on to the next quadrant of your mouth. Then, at two minutes, it literally stops. If you want to continue after two minutes, you have to restart. And, it is available in two different colors, black or white.

The rechargeable uses what I'll call the standard replaceable brushes. It came with one extra either to share the unit with someone else or for a replacement after you've used the first one up. The base of the unit allows for one to put the brush on the base from any angle. It isn't uni-directional like some other rechargeable brushes. Not that big of a deal but not what I'm accustomed to. Definitely easier this way. The brush is also dual voltage, so you can take on the road when travelling. If it was meant for travel, though, I'm not sure the purpose of the secondary traveling brush. Both would be a step up from traveling with a regular toothbrush, if  you don't mind taking up some space in the luggage.

I've been using the toothbrush for about 10 days now. I like it. The 30 second pause is something you'll need to get used to. And, not that I'm into brushing for over 2 minutes, the complete stoppage at that time is also different. If I'm still brushing after 2 minutes, I don't want the sudden stop. Apart from that, the brush from ToiletTree feels like a fairly sturdy model and should last for a while. Great product that you'll be sure to use daily.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. This sounds really nice, thank you for your candid review.