Oral-B Pulsar Vibrating Bristles, Soft 4 Pack (Pack of 4 , Colors Vary)
This is my number one manual toothbrush. It works good and i love the feel of the vibration on my teeth. My teeth are very sensitive and i feel like the vibrating bristles help them not hurt so much
For a cheap alternative to an electric toothbrush, this does exceptionally well. When I first moved to college, my mom would get me these before my expensive Phillips one. Worked almost as good, but I'm not too keen on the rubber bristles in between the bundle of bristles. Very affordable though a pest when the power dies and you have to change the battery or toss the whole brush
I just started using this tooth brush. I feel a deeper clean then a regular brush, but I feel like it doesn't clean behind my permanent retainer because it's head is slightly bulky. Other then that, the brush doesn't make your guns bleed which happens a lot with electronic style brushes for me
These toothbrushes are awesome for being just battery powered! I love the crisscrossed bristles and it gets in all the nooks and crannies. I usually pick up the value pack from Costco. Strongly recommend!
I just bought this a week ago on a whim, it was on sale and I had a gift card. So far I like it however I wish the toothbrush was offered in HARD instead of only soft or medium. I bought it at Fred Meyer.
A brush that falls between a manual and electric brush, with batter-powered vibrating bristles. For college dorm living it's great, as it gives the benefits of an electric toothbrush without the downside of having to carry around a charging station.
I've bought these at least twice by now and i really like this product its not as expensive as i thought it would be
I love these toothbrushes. The vibrating bristles do seem like they get a deeper clean than a regular toothbrush.
Very cheap for 4 of them. Work like a normal brush as far as I realize but gives the illusion its better. The battery lasts long and after I'm done I don't think I'll repurchase as a normal brush works just as great
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