Top Rated Inexpensive Electric Toothbrushes
Are you interested in investing in the best cheap electric toothbrush for 2014? Well, you’ve come to the right place, all the toothbrushes are inexpensive (being priced in three categories under 100, under 50 and under 30 dollars) — yet they are proven models and are not only considered to be top quality toothbrushes by their owners, but by dental professionals too (you will notice that each model is a dentist recommended electric toothbrush). All of these toothbrushes are purposefully designed to provide you with excellent oral hygiene, but just don’t offer all the bells & whistles (e.g. a dental wireless smart guide) that the more expensive models do.
#1 Philips Sonicare HX5610
At under 50 dollars, this sonicare toothbrush from Philips offers itself as potentially the best value electric toothbrush around. Recommended by dentists, it allows you to remove 100% more plaque than a standard manual toothbrush, allowing for a much improve oral hygiene
Rating: 88% from over 1,500 reviews (sourced amazon.com)
Moreover, due to the sonic technology integrated it acts force through liquid (toothpaste fluid applied) to remove the grime, plaque and dirt collected on your teeth right up against the gum line to smoothly remove plaque as well as to stimulate your gums (and thereby improving gum health as well).
Also, a particularly cool feature it has integrated is the recommend ‘two minute’ brushing period timer, that dentists agree to be the most optimal length of time to brush your teeth (not too little to effectively remove plaque etc. but also not too much to get rid of the enamel and healthy bacteria that protects your teeth). With the toothbrush you also get a charge base and travel case along with 1 contoured brush head.
#2 Braun Oral B 4000
At well under $100, this is by far the ‘next best cheap thing in terms of value to the HX5610. As you may well known Oral B is the #1 Dentist recommended toothbrush and this 4000 is clinically proven to break up and sweep plaque away. It is also proven to improve gum health ‘better than the sonicare‘ toothbrushes.
Rating: 86% (sourced from amazon.com)
However, what is particularly cool is that it has a visual pressure indicator to let you know if you are brushing too hard (potentially damaging enamel on your teeth). You also get the two minute indicator as well. Not only this you can select from a range of cleaning modes (whitening, deep clean, sensitive and daily clean) to customize your clean. The charge also lasts much longer than your standard electric toothbrush as up to 10 days from a single charge (with a visible LED gauge to show how much it has left).
#3 Sonic Dent’s Toothbrush
This very popular model from sonic dent is easily the best cheapest electric toothbrush that still performs better than a manual toothbrush. Originally under 30 dollars, now reduced further to under $20! Incredible value for money.
The sonic technology performs 31, 000 vibrations every single minute (the same as a sonicare) producing oscillating movements to wade away plaque and dirt from your teeth. Moreover, you can select from three cleaning modes being high for an intensive clean, soft for those with sensitive teeth and a massage mode to help you stimulate gums and promote their health.
Not only is the electric toothbrush cheap, but the toothbrush heads are incredibly inexpensive compared to sonicare and oral b too. At just $3.50 a head, which totals a savings of around $40 a year. Plus, you get two cleaner heads that come with it already and batteries to start.
What is the Best Cheap Electric Toothbrush?
So as you can see the best cheapest electric toothbrush is definitely option #3, but it you are looking for something that can give you a slightly better cleaning performance and want a rechargeable battery then the sonicare #1 is the option to go for. If you are after the right balance of features plus cleaning performance (which doesn’t go over the top & charge you for it), #2 is the way to go. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the best cheap electric toothbrush in 2014, let me know in the comments below.