One morning after breakfast Florian walked into the bath to brush his teeth. As usually he used floss first before he continued his oral care. he looked into the mirror and was somehow depressed. Although he uses floss everyday and cleans his teeth twice a day they didn’t look as white as he’d like them to be. Additionally his teeth didn’t feel really clean.
A few years ago he already changed his toothbrush for an electrical one. He wasn’t sure if he’d like them wherefore it’s been just a cheap one, an entry-level model. Stupid Florian, did he already know that who buys cheap buys twice. An electric toothbrush is indeed handy. You’re able to clean your teeth much easier, you don’t need a clock to brush at least two minutes because of the pre-installed timer and ideally your teeth are cleaner than with a normal one. Unfortunately this old model hadn’t done a good job.
Finally clean teeth …
One day Florian stumbled upon the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean toothbrush. The DiamondClean is supposed to remove up to seven times more plaque and whiten your teeth more than two times better than a manual toothbrush. The results should be seeable after one week. Not that bad he thought wherefore he headed to the next traders to buy one.
Comes with two chargers.
With his toothbrush came two brush heads and two chargers. Had Florian only been able to charge his old one with an ugly old charger was he now able to charge his DiamondClean with a charger glass. He just has to place it in the glass to charge. Additionally he was gifted a beautiful USB travel case which offers enough space for two brush heads.
Chapeau – 31,000 brush strokes/min
Right at home he tried his new Sonicare and was somehow irritated. If this brush was the right way to brush his teeth he did everything wrong within the last years. The 31,000 brush strokes/min are a bit strange at first but he soon got used to it. After his second try his teeth already felt smoother and cleaner. After the first week his teeth really looked whiter and also his gum felt healthier. He couldn’t imagine anymore how his oral care had been before the DiamondClean and was really happy until one day the brush was blinking. He wasn’t sure what’s been wrong until he realised that he hadn’t charged it for about three weeks. ‘Nice job’, he thought before he placed the toothbrush into the glass and headed back to his couch, ‘nice job’.
Thanks Philips for the Sonicare DiamondClean.