The idea is good but is unfortunately totally useless. It is so weak that it is not worth dragging with it. I have Oral-B Vitality that cost as much but bought this journey, surely the battery life is better than the toe days I've oath vitality, but this is so feeble that it feels like it should stay. No sorry. Was to get the money back.
Great to have when you travel, so you do not have to lug a charging station. The chargers are often not specade for 110V if you bought the brush in the 220-240 region, so then it is a concern to think about it.
I have previously held a number of rechargeable electric toothbrushes. They have all had the problem that the battery deteriorates in the relatively near time, and therefore they need to be charged in season and out.
Therefore, I decided to test this kind of battery-powered model, which then goes to 2 ordinary batteries model "AA". I am totally satisfied so far. The accompanying Duracell batteries kept the momentum going in just over 4 weeks. Now I run with 2 pairs of rechargeable NiMH batteries to switch between, so that I am never without the pre-charged.
As far as I can judge makes this brush clean teeth as good as one with built-in rechargeable battery. I think it feels more gentle on the gums than the types of brushes with a pulsating movement except the spinning motion, but it's just a feeling I do not have any evidence ..
It only cost 79 SEK when I bought it makes it even better :)