PowerHugs Sonic Electric Toothbrush, Waterproof, DuPont Bristles, Smart Reminder


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$39.06
Color: Blue

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Customer Reviews

Based on 114 reviews
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Jessica A.
Does a good job and battery last long enough for a week!

Let me set the stage... I brush my teeth at least twice a day and typically three times. I find flossing tedious and most days I don't bother. My dentist suggested this type of brush as part of helping to address some gum irritation. This thing is great. Tooth brushing no longer feels like an awkward messy chore. It is quick, clean and I can feel the difference - teeth have that slick, just left the dentist-feel. I like the pressure sensor that notifies me if I am pressing harder than I should.

I was worried about travel and having it run out or needing to make sure it was always in the charger. Not a concern. I cheated it overnight when it arrived. I have purposely not charged it again since then. A week later, it is still going strong without a charge.

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George R.
...have always used a manual toothbrush but my dentist recommended this so I gave it a try

I have always used a manual toothbrush but my dentist recommended this so I gave it a try. I have been using it for a few months now and my teeth are whiter and cleaner.

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Barbara J.
If i could give it 10 stars i would

I've never gone to the dentist regularly because every time I had multiple cavities that they would fill (through a painful and expensive process) then no matter what I did I would go back and my fillings would have cavities around them and I'd end up losing my tooth anyways. So I saw absolutely no point in getting fillings- just take the tooth when it's time.
HOWEVER, I was told last time I went (3 years ago) that I should really try an electric toothbrush. The one they had was over $100 so I got this one off for $39.
And you guys... I went in today and have NO CAVITIES. 😮What?? I even asked straight out "Wait, I don't have ANY?” I always have 2 or 3! So my point is if you struggle with cavities even though you're doing everything right (or maybe especially if you're not) this toothbrush is so worth it! And you can pop the head on and off easily so more than one person can use the handle and you just have separate replacement heads.
I really wish I'd known how great these are before! It could have saved me a few teeth! 😬
And also- if you hear any complaints about mold growing where the head connects- it says clearly in the directions to remove the head after every use and rinse. So that's the user's error. It's not that hard to rinse the head people.

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Avery C.
easy to use and good price

This sonic electric toothbrush is very easy to use, and it is a good buy for the price that I paid. It cleans the tooth well, and it is light weight. So far so good, and I would command this toothbrush to others.

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Aurora S.
THIS Is The Toothbrush You Want

I bought this to replace another similar unit that simply wasn't holding a charge anymore.

If you're looking for a power toothbrush, this is the one to get. You don't need anything fancy, they're not going to clean your teeth better than this, and it will pulse every 30 seconds as well as an extra at the 2-minute mark to let you know when you're done. You don't need a digital timer in the handle that you're not going to see anyway.

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Mary G.
Love it! So sleek

I used to have a sonic care and when it died I didn’t want to spend 150$ for a new one so I decided to go completely generic and I’m so happy with my generic choice. First of all it is very sleek looking and feeling and it honestly looks “expensive”. It brushes just like a sonic care does and leaves my teeth feeling super clean. So far the battery life is great. Came with a couple extra heads too. So far it’s worth every penny. I’ve had it for a few months so far. I’ll update if it dies on me. As of now I think this is an excellent value for your money.

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Margaux F.
Great for my teenage son with autism!

My son is 16 (when personal hygiene is important but usually falls to the wayside) and autistic (also making him less likely to brush his teeth), but this toothbrush has really helped him keep up with his dental hygiene and for a great price.

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Alexa B.
Sonic Electric Toothbrush Clean as Dentist Rechargeable

LOL, I have to laugh because when I first went to use this toothbrush I thought I was going to knock my teeth out LOL I know funny but not funny. Overall I think it is a good toothbrush but I would not recommend it for anyone who has sensitive teeth or for someone who doesn't have good hand control or for a child. Let me just list the Pros and Cons -

Pros
Nice looking brush and features
Made my teeth feel really clean
Comes with 2 extra replaceable heads
Button on it was easy to press which was also a plus for me
Nice size around so easy to hold

Cons
Vibration tickles your tongue - I use electric toothbrushes all the time and have never had that problem. I wasn't sure I was even going to be able to finish brushing my teeth because it was so uncomfortable.
Looks easy enough to be able to travel with
Would NOT recommend a small child use this or someone with sensitive teeth or poor hand control as it could possibly chip their teeth.
I cannot comment on battery life because I charged it overnight and while it says it will last 25 days on a charge, I've only had mine a couple of days.

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