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Just because the humble toothbrush isn’t the most exciting or glamorous tool in the bathroom medicine cabinet, it’s still an important part of our everyday health and wellness routines.
Electric toothbrushes offer a way to get that dentist-clean feeling at home, but can often end up becoming a pricey investment costing hundreds of dollars. Luckily, there are more affordable alternatives to some of the major brands out there, and one inexpensive option that’s available on Amazon has been receiving rave reviews from shoppers.
The Atmoko Electric Toothbrush boasts an impressive 4.6-star rating from more than 10,000 customer reviews worldwide, and it’s currently on sale.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $32 (originally $38)
What is it?
This electric toothbrush uses the power of 40,000 micro-brushes per minute for a powerful deep clean that freshens breath while still keeping noise to a minimum. Each toothbrush comes with eight long-lasting brush heads that are each designed to last up to 3 months, meaning one purchase provides up to two years of clean and fresh teeth.
It’s also customizable for your own individual needs, featuring five high-performance modes to target everything from whitening to cleaning and massaging. It also ensures that you’re brushing properly with a built-in timer that ensures you stick to brushing for a full two minutes every time.
A single four-hour charge lasts throughout an entire month of brushing your teeth, making the Atmoko electric toothbrush a perfect choice your busy lifestyle.
Why shoppers love it
Praised for its battery life and value for money, even dental professionals have given this affordable electric the seal of approval.
"I have been a dental hygienist for 22 years and bought this brush for my 8 and 10 year old sons," noted one reviewer, who also called the toothbrush an "A+" device. "I was worried that they would complain that it 'tickles' too much because of the rapid sonic movement, but they said its the best brush ever! I love the sulca-type head and all the extras you get. Amazing quality and value!"
"I have been using the brush now for a month and really like it still. I have yet to need to charge it or change the toothbrush head," added another. "I like the 5 different options for brushing with my favourite being the last one (massage). I also really like that the brush doesn't splatter water and toothpaste all over when I run it under the faucet when it is turned on."
Some reviewers found that the toothbrush's gentle cleaning wasn't as powerful as they had hoped it would be, but at just $32 it's still a great option that rivals even the priciest brand name toothbrushes.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.