Last week we stood in front of the bathroom mirror with you and asked for your picks for best electric toothbrush. Now we’re back with your most-nominated mouth cleaning tools, and we’re ready to narrow down a winner.
Oral-B Professional Care SmartSeries 4000
The SmartSeries 4000 says “better than Sonicare” right in the Amazon description, so the gloves are off. You praised the 4000 for its selection of modes and smart feedback.
Philips Sonicare HX6932/10 FlexCare RS930
You liked the Sonicare RS930 for its reliability, effectiveness, and especially its brush head sterilizer, and we couldn’t agree more on that third point.
If you’ve never owned a Sonicare Elite, you probably at least know someone who has. It’s such a popular brush that it’s frequently sold in twin packs.
Hopefully whatever electric you choose inspires better dental hygiene, but there’s only one brush that inspires gadget lust.
Certainly the only nominee with a Subscribe and Save option, the Pulsar adds vibrations to supplement your mostly manual brushing. Multiple brush head softnesses available.
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