Daily Deal: Platinum Sonic Toothbrush & USB Sanitizing Case

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We all know brushing is an important part of maintaining a healthy smile, but how much good are you doing if you’re cleaning your pearly whites with a dirty brush? Complete with a UV sanitizing charging case that kills 99% of germs and bacteria on its brush heads, the Platinum Sonic Toothbrush offers a better way to brighten your smile. It delivers 40,000 brush strokes per minute to remove more plaque and whiten better than a standard toothbrush, and its two-minute smart auto timer helps ensure you brush for the ADA-recommended time. It’s on sale for $50.

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Anonymous Anonymous Coward (profile) says:

Rechargeable vs battery

I have a similar, though different brand, toothbrush. I also had a rechargeable beard trimmer. Both of these units self destructed due to the batteries becoming unchargeable. I replaced my beard trimmer with one that uses AA batteries, which could be rechargeable. Why the toothbrush makers don’t have some similar units is beyond me.

I have looked for, but have not found any ‘sonic’ type electric toothbrushes (I do like their performance) that use replaceable batteries, rechargeable or not. $50-$90 is too much to to discard such a unit when normal toothbrushes go for around $2-$3 apiece. The additional capability (which I like) does not justify the replacement cost.

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