A grown-up brush,
designed for kids
We brought dentists and kids together to design an electric toothbrush kids are actually proud to use. It’s just like our original, but tweaked to help young brushers develop a grown-up routine without childish gimmicks.
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Get your first refill, up to $15, free!

Enter the unique code included in your box at checkout to get your first brush head + battery ($5 value), and toothpaste ($5 value) refill free. If you add a refillable floss to your order, your first floss refill ($5 value) will also be free of charge!

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What's in a set?

Each set includes:

  • 1 electric toothbrush, available in metal or plastic
  • A soft bristle brush head
  • Removable AAA battery
  • 1 multi-use cover

Optional toothpaste (free with first purchase):

  • 1 three-month supply of mint anticavity toothpaste

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The toothbrush

  • Small, flexible brush head includes 1,200 soft, round-tipped nylon bristles. Dentist-recommended for a gentle clean that won’t damage your teeth or sensitive gums.
  • Lightweight, matte aluminum handle built with CNC precision, bead blasted by robots, and anodized for a lifetime of cleaning. Waterproof and shower-safe.
  • Multi-use cover mounts to mirrors, stands on counters, and covers bristles for travel. Suction strip sticks and resticks to any clean, shiny, dry and flat surface if kept clean.
  • Removable AAA battery lasts 3 months just like your brush head. A fresh battery is included free on a refill plan, or your own rechargeable battery works too.
  • Long-lasting electric motor vibrates at an industry standard sensitive 15,000 RPM, pulses every 30 seconds for an even clean, and automatically stops after 2 minutes.

The toothpaste

  • Mint anticavity fluoride formula includes the active ingredient sodium monofluorophosphate 0.76% (0.1% w/v fluoride) with tooth-strengthening, anti-cavity properties.
  • 3-month supply when you use a dentist-recommended pea-sized amount as illustrated on our portion guide (optional on a refill plan).
  • Inactive ingredients: Calcium Carbonate, Sorbitol, Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Hydrated Silica, Sodium Carboxymethyl, Cellulose, Flavor, Sodium Silicate, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Saccharin.
What's a refill plan?
To help you brush better, we offer automatic refill plans with fresh supplies delivered on a 3-month dentist-recommended schedule (before your bristles become worn out and ineffective). Subscribers can choose from a brush head with AAA battery and toothpaste. On a refill plan, you also get free shipping and a lifetime warranty on your quip.
When should I refill?
Your quip brush head and battery last 3 months, and that’s how often dentists recommend changing your brush head before it becomes worn out and ineffective. If you have had your brush for a while and need a fresh brush head and battery right away, choose “Now.” If you purchased your brush within the last two weeks, choose “3 months” to get your first refill delivered when you’re ready for a refresh.
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Little ones love it — and parents do too!

Young brushers need the same basic features as adults do for better oral health, just tailored to smaller mouths. So we made the small changes dentists recommend to give kids an extra hand with their everyday routine.

Features for every mouth,
fine-tuned for kids

Young brushers need the same basic features as adults do for better oral health, just tailored to smaller mouths. So we made the small changes dentists recommend to give kids an extra hand with their everyday routine.

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A smaller brush head guides with pride

Small teeth need a smaller brush head to get in every nook and cranny. Gentle, timed sonic vibrations provide an effective clean while minimizing mess and toothpaste splatter.

 Smaller head to clean tight spaces
 Two-minute timer with 30-second pulses
 Soft bristles made safe for gums

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Waterproof, rubber-grip handle

Slim, grown-up design with a rubber-grip plastic handle that gives small hands greater control. No wires or bulky charger. Charge lasts 3 months on a replaceable battery (free with refill).

 Rubber grip for better control
 No silly gimmicks, lights, or music
 Nifty mirror mount + travel cover

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Anticavity paste, tailored for kids' taste

Many kids don’t like the tingle or flavor of mint, so we opted for watermelon instead. The fresh anticavity formula includes fluoride to strengthen enamel and xylitol to kill bacteria.

 American Dental Association accepted
 Kid-friendly watermelon flavor
 No SLS or irritating ingredients

Toothpaste, replacement brush head, battery and bag
Free shipping for the whole family

On a refill plan, supplies for kids (and kids-at-heart) ship every 3 months, before brush heads become worn out and ineffective. It’s simpler shopping for every mouth under your roof.

 Auto-delivery with free shipping
 Lifetime warranty on a plan

Guide the good
habits that last
beyond baby teeth
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Two minutes

Kids feel confident and accomplished when they power through a proper
2-minute routine

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Twice every day

Wakeups and bedtimes are a breeze when kids look forward to brushing every morning and night

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Refreshed every 3 months

Young brushers are reminded to swap their old brush head as soon as a
3-month refill arrives

American Dental Association accepted seal

The first kids subscription electric toothbrush accepted by the American Dental Association. Learn more

American Dental Association accepted seal

ADA Seal of Acceptance

We promise to always put what is best for your teeth before all else. Our kids electric toothbrush and watermelon anticavity toothpaste meet the American Dental Association’s requirements for safety and efficacy of dental products.


Frequently asked questions

Can kids use the original quip electric toothbrush?
Yes! The differences between the original and the kids plastic brush is a slightly smaller brush head with fewer bristles to make it easier to go tooth by tooth on smaller teeth, and a rubber-grip handle that's a little easier to grip. Both brushes are safe for kids and adults, so it really comes down to your personal preference.
What ages is the quip kids electric toothbrush suitable for?
Kids can start using an electric toothbrush at age 3, with adult supervision recommended until age 8. Individual child preferences and professionals recommendations may apply. Electric toothbrushes have been shown to help disrupt the biofilm, spread paste, and help remove plaque effectively. As a parent, it’s essential to be part of this daily oral care routine, and to provide ongoing instructions and demonstrations as your child is building dexterity and proper brushing habits. Lead by example, and you’ll be one big brushing family in no time.
What are the toothpaste ingredients?
quip anticavity toothpastes use the right amount of fluoride to help keep your mouth healthy and cavity-free. There’s naturally-occuring xylitol to inhibit the growth of cavity-causing bacteria, and silica which is even more gentle on your teeth. Plus, it’s SLS-free (sodium lauryl sulfate). Active ingredient: Sodium Fluoride 0.23% (0.12% w/v fluoride ion). Inactive ingredients: Water, Sorbitol, Hydrated Silica, Glycerin, Xylitol, Flavor, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Sodium Saccharin, Carrageenan, Titanium Dioxide, Hydrogen Peroxide, Menthol
How much toothpaste should my child use?
The American Dental Association recommends using a smear of toothpaste (no larger than a grain of rice) for kids ages 2 and under, and a pea-sized amount for ages 3 and older.
How important are baby teeth? Won’t they just come out eventually?
Baby teeth may be smaller in size, but that doesn't make them any less important. In fact, they help kids begin to chew solid foods, thereby supporting good nutrition. These teeth also help kids learn how to speak clearly, and they hold a place for the bigger permanent teeth to come in. By teaching kids healthy habits early, they can build a better oral health routine that lasts for life.
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