Foreign media reported that recently we have seen a lot of “electric toothholder” toothbrushes that claim to be able to clean your teeth in seconds. And now a three-headed toothbrush called BruBruBrush has appeared on Kickstarter, which is said to clean up your teeth in 50 seconds.
Other electric toothbrushes that have previously claimed to be able to clean teeth quickly are essentially like protective braces that vibrate when the user bites down. An integrated motor vibrates the bristles and is said to clean all the user’s teeth at once. However, BruBruBrush developers say the devices are not flexible or powerful enough to do the full job.
BruBruBrush uses a three-head electric toothbrush, each with a rotating set of bristles. Users can still manually move things to their teeth like traditional toothbrushes, but don’t need the actual “brushing” movement – all they have to do is hold the device in place and clean all sides of each tooth at the same time with three brush heads. The hard hairs on each brush head are longer around the outer rim, reportedly allowing them to enter between the teeth, while the brush head itself is spring-loaded, making them in contact with the surface of the tooth.
BruBrush, the developer, says users can use regular toothpaste or replace the bristles – a planned $80-a-year subscription will give users three new brushes every three months.
If you’re interested, BruBruBrush is currently the subject of kickstarter events. The early bird price is $139 and the planned retail price is $229.