If you’re coming from another electric toothbrush—ultrasonic or rotating bristles—you’re probably used to a more intensive experience. It takes a little time with Quip to realize that you get an equally thorough cleaning without that overly aggressive spinning or vibrating head. I felt a little skeptical at first and quickly went back to brushing hard and fast, seldom spending the full 2 minutes. I began to appreciate that this was not good for my gums and a sign of my stress levels. Now I look forward to trying be chill and let the brush do 80% of the work. My mouth feels at least as clean as with my old electric brush and I love this for travel. Continue reading
Love the design and mirror mount. Also love the timed vibrations so I make sure to spend enough time in each section of my mouth. Only one con, but it's kind of a big one...I travel often and it seems impossible to completely dry my quip. I've noticed a strong mold smell multiple times after using a carrying case :(
I love the toothbrush - the design, travel capability, and model. The toothpaste doesn't quite do it for me - it tastes good and its probably cleaning my teeth just fine, but my breath just doens't feel fresh after.
Looks great...feels great in the hand...travels well...however, I feel like the handle vibrates more than the actual brush and it's just not a strong enough vibration. My teeth/mouth simply don't feel as clean as they do after using my Sonicare. Also, head replacement every 3 months is not often enough, it should be at least every 2 months for my annual plan. Continue reading
I love the brushes so far. I wish they offered a toothpaste that was fluoride and chemical free.