I've had a Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 for about six months now which I think is a fair timescale to give a balanced review.
**Price and Availability**
The Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 is, as you'd expect, sold only in Boots stores and online (a delivery charge applies or you can get free delivery to any store, even a Boots Chemist).
The price is a very reasonable £12.99 and this includes two brush heads.
The Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 looks like any other rechargable toothbrush in styling, with a round brush head and a green rubber styling against the white plastic body. I think it looks good, not cheap, and certainly I've had more expensive rechargable toothbrushes which look very similar.
When you first open the toothbrush you must charge it up for 24 hours, this means you'll get a good battery life out of it and won't need to charge it as often. I find I charge mine only once a week based on two three minute brushes a day.
It's very easy to use, obviously you can use any toothpaste with it, I favour Oral B Professional because it works so well with this toothbrush, polishing my teeth.
The brush is easy to reach around my mouth and feels pleasant to use. It gives a light hum, and the brush head is just on the hard side of medium which I prefer.
After a brush, my teeth feel squeaky clean, like when I've been to the dentist. I love using this toothbrush and my husband has since bought one on my recommendation.
Replacement heads work out at £3.50 each (£7 for two) and I tend to replace them every six weeks or so, as I need to. You probably officially have to change them sooner but this is fine for me, I don't like using a brush which is stained or splayed out and six weeks use for £3.50 is fair and decent value for money to me (if you consider how much a decent toothbrush costs anyway).
I already have! Yes there are other toothbrushes out there with more bells and whistles which have timers, bells, buzzers, colour changing heads and goodness knows what else but for me this Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 for £12.99 is excellent value for money, long lasting and six months on just as good as the day I bought it.
I have since recommended it to my husband who has bought one for himself and we share one (with different heads!) for travel. I also plan to buy one as a gift in a hamper for my nephew who is going to University, along with a lot of heads.
I highly recommend the Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600, it is a quality rechargable toothbrush for a very bargain price.
I have always preferred the clean feel of an Electric Tootbrush as oppose to the standard devices and the latest brush I have been using was this device I picked up from my local Boots store. I usually stick the bigger name specialist brands but decided that after reading positive reviews I would give the cheaper Boots Expert 7600 a chance.
And it has proven to be a decision well worth taking! This cost me a mere £12.99 and has proven to be better, more refreshing and give a more thorough clean that brushes that cost up to 6 times the price. I am more than happy with this purchase and this will be my chosen brand of toothbrush from now on.
The brush has a good weight to it and is made of a durable plastic which gives off the impression of quality. It is a solidly constructed piece of kit and in my months of usage has survived many falls from and into the sink. Very handy indeed!
The head is on the small side but the power and oscillation it gets are tremendous and it really does feel like it is giving your teeth an excellent clean. This is where some toothbrushes fail but not in this case. As soon as it makes contact with the tooth you can feel the head cleaning away and after one brush using this you will begin to feel your oral hygiene improving vastly. Due to the way and speed of this brush my mouth feels better and more fresh all the time and I would never go back to another brand. The bristles have good durability and last considerably longer than rival brands have done and this again is another positive step in your decision to buy this.
This device is charged from the mains and the battery is supposed to last 5-6 days using 2 brushes a day but I have found a full charge lasts me 9-10 days of 3-times-a-day brushing which is very good going.
Thus in terms of value, level of cleanliness and durability this is one toothbrush I would certainly recommend!
I have an electric toothbrush that cost me quite a lot of money, £100 or so, so when I go on holiday I do not take it away with me. Instead, for going away I bought a cheap Boots electric toothbrush so I don't have to worry about it if anything goes wrong with it.
I have used an electric toothbrush now for a number of years and would never go back to a manual toothbrush. I love the way it cleans my teeth so well and makes them feel squeaky clean as well as over time making them a lot whiter than they used to be. an electric toothbrush is clinically proven to reduce plaque and gum problems more than manual brushing.
I bought this electric toothbrush from Boots and it was quite cheap, about £10-£12 so a good investment for a travel brush and a great price compared to having to buy lots of manual brushes and throw them away after a month or two. I have had this brush for about a year now and so the price works itself out over time.
The toothbrush has a round head brush and what is called a rotating oscillation, meaning that it rotates round and round to clean your teeth. The nice thing about an electric toothbrush is that you do not technically need to brush. You just hold this brush on your teeth and the moving head does all the work for you. In fact, you are actually not meant to brush as this does more damage than good and the power that you get from the rotating head is far more power than you could ever achieve on your own. There is a simple on off pad that you press in the middle of the toothbrush to, yep, you've guessed it, turn the brush on and off!
The brush has a gripped handle so when you have it in your hand it is quite easy to hold on to, especially when it gets its spin on and is oscillating in your hand! I have read that dentists recommend you brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes twice a day. Now, that doesn't sound very much but if you actually timed yourself you will find that two minutes is quite a long time when it comes to brushing your teeth. Back in the day when people just used manual brushes you can bet that they never brushed for two minutes, well nowadays for better looking teeth these brushes actually help you to achieve a two minute brush. This toothbrush will buzz a few times once you have reached your two minute timing so I know to wait until that to stop my brushing. I think this is a really good function and I was pleased to find it on this cheap toothbrush as although it comes on my more expensive one I didn't think it would come with this one.
The brush is charged with a plug in mains charger and is said to last approximately five days. When I go away for a weekend I find I don't need to take my charger as the brush will definitely last for that amount of time but for any longer I do need to charge it up as it doesn't really last five days for me and over time it has lasted less than in the beginning but then again I do brush my teeth quite a bit during the day especially if I am in and out of the house all the time and after eating.
The brush comes with two heads so you do not need to buy a new head for a couple of months which again is a good value part of this toothbrush which is a value electric toothbrush I recommend.
As an electric toothbrush virgin I did not want to spend loads of money on something that I was not sure I would be into. As such I opted for a relatively cheap version for my first outing and purchased Boots Expert Rechargeable Toothbrush 7600 for £12.
The first thing I would say is that I was surprised to find that the toothbrush charger was not a 3 pin plug, it just never occurred to me that it would have a shaver type power source so I had to have a hunt around for an adaptor to charge the brush up. Maybe I am just stupid but thought I can't be the only one not to know this so would mention it. The brush needs to be charged for 24 hours before use and the charge should last for 5 days which i found to be pretty much ture. You are also advised to allow the charge to run down once a month and do a full recharge. There is no indicator as to when the brush is fully charged but I tend just to top it up as I go.
The shape of the brush is nice and it has a rubber grip so it will not slip out of you hand if there is any spillage. The brush has a simple on/off button. The brush only has one speed which I personally found vigorous and a really strange feeling for the first few times. The toothbrush has a round head which oscillates to clean your teeth - no manual labour needed : ) Replacement heads are about £7 for two heads. I have found the head lasts about 3 months before I want to change it.
After the first use I have to say I was really impressed with how clean my teeth felt. My teeth have certainly never been this clean from manual brushing. Initially I found the sensation a little uncomfortable but I think this was just a case of getting used to using an electric tooth brush and now I would never go back.
If you are a bit wary about spending a lot of money changing from a manual toothbrush to an electric toothbrush i would definitely give this a try.
Short name: Boots 7600