Spinbrush Pro Recharge Battery Powered Brush

By | December 30, 2016

Spinbrush Professional Recharge Battery Powered Toothbrush

Spinbrush Pro Recharge Battery-powered Brush

  • The brush ought to be recharged for 30 hours before first usage (as mentioned inside training leaflet) and left when you look at the charging base if not in use.
  • Powerful rechargeable toothbrush
  • 2 Moving heads
  • Dual cleansing action as you brush
  • Designed to wash deep between teeth and across the gumline for an excellent, white smile

Rechargeable toothbrush. Data on file.

List Price: $ 17.99


2 thoughts on “Spinbrush Pro Recharge Battery Powered Brush

  1. Arlington Anne
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than Braun, January 10, 2016
    Arlington Anne (Arlington, VA USA) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Spinbrush Pro Recharge Battery Powered Toothbrush (Health and Beauty)
    When I had metal braces, one of the hygienists in my dentist’s office, in a quiet moment, suggested that I get the Spinbrush instead of the Braun that my dentist was pushing. I got the non-rechargeable one and was extremely happy with it. Time passed, the old brush died, and I decided to try the rechargeable one, which is the subject of this review.

    It may be a bit vigorous. Sometimes it feels like it might knock my crowns loose. I’m trying to make sure I don’t push it against my teeth too hard, and getting better at it. The main thing, though, is that my dental hygienist and my dentist are both very impressed with how clean my teeth are! And I didn’t have to shell out a fortune for a Braun or Philips.

    I had a Braun and disliked it because the brush head was so small. It took twice as long to give full attention to all my tooth surfaces as larger brush heads needed. Also, I found the two-minute alarm annoying. I didn’t need it because I typically brush each quadrant of my mouth longer than that anyway. Also, I don’t brush one quadrant at a time and then move on. Before turning on the toothbrush, I smear toothpaste over all surfaces first, then do a quick gum-to-tip brush on all teeth, inside and outside surfaces, then turn on the toothbrush and do the sonic thing, the part that Braun would time. I pay special attention to my back teeth, treating them as a zone of their own. It works for me.

    I’ve also tried the Colgate battery toothbrush, and like it. So far, I like this one better, mostly because it’s rechargeable, so I’m not putting lots of batteries into the landfill.

    As for this particular toothbrush, I paid attention to the reviews and always rinse both the top of the handle as well as the brush, and then give it a quick dry when I dry my face, so I’ve never had it become gunky. Also, I charge it for a couple of days and then unplug it for almost a month. This probably saves electricity, plus I love how I’m able to put it in a canister with other personal care items on my countertop. I don’t like having a charging station and cord on the countertop all the time, and it isn’t really necessary. About once every three or four weeks I plug it in on a Friday and unplug it on Sunday or Monday, and then the charger goes into hiding until next time.

    I would have given it five stars except that I’m not sure the “soft” brush heads are as soft as my dentist would prefer, and it seems more powerful than it needs to be. It’s probably good that I’m being forced to use less pressure, though.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes

  2. E. Rigby
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Done with Spinbrush, June 8, 2016
    E. Rigby (Florida) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Spinbrush Pro Recharge Battery Powered Toothbrush (Health and Beauty)
    This is my fourth rechargeable Spinbrush; I only purchased it because it’s getting harder to find replacement brush heads for the model I’ve been using for more than three years (the version without the spinning section on the brush head). I expected this one to function just like the last three; unfortunately, it has a disappointing lack of power. The instructions call for a 30-hour charging period before first use; I gave it a full 48 hours, but this brush’s vibration is still slow, weak, and oddly rumbling, which makes for a very unpleasant sensation against my teeth. It also stops completely when minor pressure is applied to the brush head — I realize that Spinbrushes are designed to stop working if pressed too hard against the teeth, but this feels less like that feature and more like the brush just won’t charge properly no matter how long I leave it plugged in. The build also feels much cheaper than my other Spinbrushes, and I miss the green light feature my last few Spinbrushes had (which lit up in 30-second intervals to help the user brush for the proper amount of time).

    The entire thing just feels like a huge drop in quality compared to my other Spinbrush. I’m returning this faulty new one and switching to a different brand.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *