For those of you who follow me on Instagram you will have seen my snazzy new electric toothbrush an early birthday present from me to me. I made the switch from manual to electric toothbrush about 4 years ago and I’ve never looked back. I was in desperate need of an upgrade and have had the Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean (£249.99) on my wish list since I first laid eyes on it but with a hefty price tag I never thought I’d own it, until Boots slashed the price to £89.99 and the rest is history!
This is an electric toothbrush like no other the functionality and performance is just incredible not to mention the stylish and advanced design. The box comes complete with the toothbrush, a standard brush head, a glass charge, a travel case and a USB charger. The technological advances with this toothbrush are like no other, combined with 5 brushing modes (clean, white, polish, gum care and sensitive) it’s suitable for an array of consumers. This toothbrush allows you to tailor your brushing regime to gain the best brushing experience.
The features that I love with this toothbrush are the timers which allow me to track my brushing time ensuring that I’m brushing for a full 2 minutes. There is also a 30 second interval which indicates when I have completed each quadrant of my mouth to help with more consistent cleaning and preventing me from spending too much time on a particular area and neglecting another.
I have to admit I always hated the idea of just popping my toothbrush into my washbag when travelling but now I have a carry case to not only house the toothbrush and brush heads but it also means I can charge it by simply plugging it into my laptop. On a more regular basis I tend to use the glass rinsing cup which sit on a metal base and I simply drop my toothbrush into it and it charges using a magnetic field, revolutionary!
I never thought there would come a day where I would excitedly sit and write a blog post about a toothbrush but you’ve know idea how amazing this gadget is. I know some of you may think it’s a ridiculous amount to spend on a toothbrush but oral hygiene is incredibly important and to have a toothbrush that will continuously excite me and keep my mouth tingling with freshness is worth every penny!
Are you a fan of electric toothbrushes?
Would you consider parting with £89.99 for a toothbrush?