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Product Specifications
10-Seconds, Auto-Foaming
Brushing Time
10 Seconds, Customizable
Medical Grade Antibacterial Silica Gel

Brush Lee 10-Second Automatic Toothbrush cleans every angle of your teeth

Based on user feedback, we have decided to bring down the rating of this product to 4 stars. Issue: no communication from the creator of the project. [Updated April 27, 2020]

Spend less time brushing every morning and night when you use the Brush Lee 10-Second Automatic Toothbrush. Featuring a mouthpiece and built-in chamber for toothpaste, this fast toothbrush automatically foams up to start the cleaning process. Simply place Brush Lee into your mouth and press the button to begin; it really is that easy. Incredibly, this clever toothbrush takes just ten seconds to clean all of your teeth in every angle. This is all thanks to the perfectly placed bristles along the mouthpiece. All 1,244 of the medical-grade, antibacterial silica gel bristles are angled to reach every nook and cranny and ensure a full cleaning. In addition, Brush Lee uses a high frequency vibration to move the bristles, removing plaque and particles with ease. If you stuck to the recommendations from dentists, you’ll spend 131 days of your life cleaning your teeth. With Brush Lee, you not only save time, but you also get a truly effective cleaning, something you can’t guarantee with a manual toothbrush.

Brush Lee 10-Second Automatic Toothbrush cleans every angle of your teeth
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Discovered on Nov 26, 2019, 5:00 pm EST
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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