Oral-B Pro 1000 Power Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush Powered by Braun
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Depending on the handle, Braun offers up to six different head types. As you could figure out from its name, the "precision clean" is the smallest and roundest. Other than the 3d white, cross action, floss action dual clean, and clean sweep, all the other machines have a slightly oval shape. It looks like the whole list is on Amazon. Just search for oral-health products on Amazon. You can see all the replacement heads for the B Pro 1000. There are all sizes that fit all the This will work if you don't have a "sonic" The precision clean, three-dimensional design is appealing to me I have all three in my drawer, but I find white and floss to be the most effective.
That's all there is to it! An external 110-volt power unit can be purchased from a third party There is a 240 volt charger connected About $10 if you order on line The following are some points to bear in mind There is a rechargeable battery in the toothbrush. Battery chargers provide the right voltage, not a specific voltage that has to match the battery. These chargers have the same weight, size, and appearance as the 110 volt charger that comes with the US product. You will need an adapter for other countries, as they come with US plugs. Because I live in the US, I have this charger with me when I travel.
The one I bought will not turn by itself off. The one I have frequently pauses four times (4 regions of the mouth) and stutters a few times on the fifth time. There was no reason for me to think it would shut itself Neither of us would want it with us because after I work on the four regions, I move onto my tongue area and then the roof of my mouth, then instantly press the button already on my finger There is no problem with that
I have found everything to be waterproof from my experience. It has been almost 20 years since I have used these. As if that wasn't enough, I even throw the base in the sink to scrub toothpaste Then again, I've done this in plugged-in mode as well, but those are too risky. Using a toothbrush underwater in a swimming pool has never happened to me.