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Oral-B Pulsonic Sonic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush

5 Ratings: 3.2
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Experience Sonic Technology in our slimmest form. Oral-B's slimmest and lightest rechargeable sonic toothbrush yet is designed to provide a quiet, gentle clean. It whitens teeth by reducing up to 94% of surface stains in 2 weeks. With more than 27,000 … see full wiki

5 reviews about Oral-B Pulsonic Sonic Rechargeable Electric...
review by . February 08, 2009
This product is Oral-B's answer to the Sonicare, as both of them clean teeth using ultrasonics (tiny vibrations) instead of a more standard rotating head. Kind of like the old vibrating toothbrushes from long ago, except the power behind this is far greater, and much more effective.      Sonicare had the benefit of being first with this type of brush, but Oral-B has an advantage in that they can study the other product and make improvements on it. I'd say the major difference …
review by . September 04, 2009
For over a year I've been using the WaterPik Sensonic Professional Toothbrush. Today it costs $60 on amazon while the Oral-B Pulsonic costs $47. If you are in the market for a rechargeable electric toothbrush, I'd say either of these would be a good investment. Both have two settings, except it seems the Oral-B has the 'faster' setting start first whereas the WaterPik starts a slower speed first. The Oral-B is slimmer, lighter, easier to hold onto. Both brushes come with base units but the unit …
review by . January 04, 2009
This is a rather mediocre electric brush compared with other Oral-B products (such as the Triumph, which is excellent) or any of the Sonicare line of brushes. Limited power and battery life, so-so ergonimics, and uncomfortable to use. Why the three stars and not just one? It has one strong redeeming feature -- the precision tip brush.    I have both a Oral-B Triumph and a Sonicare (can't remember the model number), and find both to be excellent performers. They are different, …
review by . September 18, 2008
I have the Philips Sonicare R732 HealthyWhite Power Toothbrush so was a little skeptical that this little Oral-B could do the same job at about half the price. Well, it doesn't, but it comes very close.    First off, the good.   This a very powerful and effective tooth cleaner in a compact package. It's slim form makes it ideal for taking on trips, and if you don't want to lug the charger around with you -- no worries. I've used it for over a week and it kept on humming! …
review by . August 27, 2008
This product is Oral-B's answer to the Sonicare, as both of them clean teeth using ultrasonics (tiny vibrations) instead of a more standard rotating head. Kind of like the old vibrating toothbrushes from long ago, except the power behind this is far greater, and much more effective.    Sonicare had the benefit of being first with this type of brush, but Oral-B has an advantage in that they can study the other product and make improvements on it. I'd say the major difference is …
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