Toothbrush technology has been all over the place for many years. Electric toothbrushes have been around for a long time now, and that technology has morphed from simple electric movement to sonic movement. Even toothbrush bristles have gone from nylon to silicone.
Now, Nest Brush is bringing a few more tricks to its toothbrush in the form of a self-dispensing module and UV-C light. These added technologies aren’t extremely new, but the way Nest Brush puts the whole packages together is intriguing.
The company says the self-dispensing portion of the toothbrush will dispense the correct portion and last for one month. The head of the Nest Brush is silicone, something I’ve never used before in a toothbrush, but I am curious to know how well it works.
The UV-C portion of the whole package is in the stand. After you’re done brushing and cleaning the Nest Brush off, it gets placed in the UV-C stand where the UV light is supposed to kill the germs and bacteria left behind from rinsing the toothbrush off. Check out the video below.
The Nest Brush patent-pending toothpaste delivery system does not need electricity or a battery to dispense the toothpaste.
You’re good to go for a month of traveling, without worrying about toothpaste or sterilization, with its built-in 30ml (1 fl. oz.) refillable toothpaste container in its silicone handle.
Whether at home or at work, all you need is a single push, and you can squeeze a perfect-sized drop of toothpaste at the center of its silicone bristles.
This is Nest Brush. The only refillable manual toothbrush with a self-dispensing system, UV-C sterilization, and ergonomic design making it easy to keep your teeth professionally clean while traveling or at home.
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