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Oral-B Pro 1000 Power Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush Powered by Braun
- Removes up to 100% more plaque than an ordinary manual toothbrush
- Clinically proven superior 3D cleaning sweeps side to side and pulsates to break up and remove up to 100% more plaque than a regular manual toothbrush
- Rechargeable with 1 mode: Daily Clean
- Pressure Sensor stops pulsations if you are brushing too hard
- In-handle timer pulses every 30 seconds to let you know when to switch areas of the mouth
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From the Manufacturer
Discover the next level of oral care innovation, brought to you by Oral-B, a worldwide leader in toothbrushes. Each Oral-B power toothbrush provides a superior clean vs. a regular manual toothbrush. Find your perfect electric toothbrush from Oral-B.
Oral-B PRO 1000 Electric Rechargeable Power Toothbrush Powered
The Oral-B PRO 1000 provides a clinically proven superior clean vs. a regular manual toothbrush. The professionally inspired design of the CrossAction brush head surrounds each tooth with bristles angled at 16 degrees, and 3D cleaning action oscillates, rotates, and pulsates to break up and remove up to 300% more plaque along the gumline vs. a regular manual toothbrush. The pressure sensor stops pulsations if you brush too hard to prevent harmful over-brushing and there is 1 mode, plus an in-handle timer to help you brush for a dentist-recommended 2 minutes. Best of all, it’s brought to you by Oral-B – the #1 brand used by dentists worldwide*.
*based on surveys of a representative worldwide sample of dentists carried out for P&G regularly.
The Oral-B PRO 1000 features the professionally inspired CrossAction brush head. The round head is specially designed for a tooth-by-tooth clean, and its CrissCross bristles are set at a 16 degree angle to reach deep between teeth to lift and power away up to 300% more plaque along the gumline vs. a regular manual toothbrush for a superior clean.
Included in pack:
- 1 Oral-B Professional Handle
- 1 CrossAction Brush Head
- 1 Charger
A helpful on-handle timer buzzes every 30 seconds to let you know when it’s time to focus on brushing the next quadrant of your mouth. The brush also alerts you when you have brushed for the dentist-recommended time of 2 minutes.
|Oral-B PRO 1000||Oral-B PRO 3000||Oral-B PRO 5000||Oral-B PRO 7000|
|Superior clean vs. a regular manual toothbrush||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Gum Care: Activates Massage Mode for gentle stimulation of gums||✓||✓||✓|
|Sensitive: Operates at a lower speed to gently clean teeth & gums||✓||✓||✓|
|Whitening: Gentle polishing for whiter teeth in 2 weeks||✓||✓|
|Deep Clean: Thoroughly cleans hard to reach areas||✓||✓|
|Tongue Cleaner: Specialized tongue cleaning mode||✓|
|Visible Pressure Sensor||✓||✓||✓|
|Premium Travel Accessory||✓|
Q: How does Oral-B’s technology compare to regular manual toothbrushes?
A: The Oral-B PRO 1000 was professionally inspired for tooth-by-tooth precision cleaning to remove up to 300% more plaque along the gumline vs. a regular manual toothbrush.
Q: What are the customized brushing modes, and how do they differ from one another?
A: The Oral-B PRO 1000 features the following modes: Daily Clean. Daily Clean operates with 3D movement for a basic, everyday clean.
Q: Which brush heads are compatible?
A: All of the following Oral-B brush heads are compatible with the Oral-B PRO 1000: CrossAction, Deep Sweep, Floss Action, ProWhite, Precision Clean, Sensitive, Dual Clean, Power Tip, and Ortho.
Q: What’s the importance of the Pressure Sensor?
A: It’s important to brush gently to promote proper cleaning. The Pressure Sensor detects when you are brushing too hard and stops pulsations to help protect your gums.
Q: How long does the PRO 1000 hold a charge?
A: A fully charged Oral-B PRO 1000 lasts for up to 7 days with regular use. To ensure that your battery is able to hold its maximum capacity, deplete the battery by using without in-between charges until it is fully discharged. Do this at least once every 6 months for best results.
Not intended for children 3 years and under
Read and follow product labels for more information. Dist. by Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati OH 45202.
Top Customer Reviews
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This is apparently a tier above the most basic model, by adding "3D" feature--which is really a vibrating brush head in addition to rotation--to the basic rotation model. Based on usage and observations of various users and previous models, and after testing the unit out myself for the claims, let me try to break it down:
- it's still impeccably made; not that the origin (Germany) necessarily have anything to do with it, but I'd be hard pressed to find anything more consistently well made, or feels more solid, including the much more expensive Sonicare lines, or almost any other consumer products I've owned.
- the inductive charging base is much improved over previous models. I'm not talking about the lack of brushhead holder which isn't meant to be on this low end model anyway, but that the charging area next to the inductive notch is completely open. It makes a huge difference as the older designs have difficult to reach corners/crevices that may trap dirt and water deposits that can be hard to clean. It also looks better with symmetrical lines and smaller footprint (that's only slightly bigger than the brush's), adding to the clean, minimalist appeal. It's also much easier to carry if needed for travel.Read more ›
The Sonicare is a more aggressive toothbrush, while the Oral-B is gentler. Sonicare seems to acknowledge that it's toothbrushes are aggressive because it gives them a feature called Easy-Start that ramps up power over the first 14 times you use the brush so you and your gums can get used to the punishment. No such feature is present or needed for the Oral-B. Instead of vibrating up and down against the gum line, the Oral-B's brush head oscillates rapidly. It is supposed to pulse as well, but it must be too subtle for me to see or feel. The overall feeling is a little rubbery.
The other thing I noticed is that the brush head is thicker than the one on the Sonicare, meaning you'll need more room between your teeth and cheek when brushing your side teeth. The distance between the tip of the bristles to the back side of the brush head is ⅞" vs ⅝" for the Sonicare. It's not a problem for me, but I can see it might be an issue for someone with a smaller mouth. It may also be the reason Oral-B doesn't give you a cap with your brush heads.
I prefer the Sonicare, but I want to point out some advantages of the Oral-B. First of all, it's cheaper. As I write this, Amazon is offering the Oral-B for around $50 as compared to $66 for the Sonicare. The replacement brush heads are cheaper too. $25 will buy you a thee pack of Sonicare brush heads, but a four pack of Oral-B heads. And while you seldom see Sonicare heads discounted, my local BJ's has six packs of Oral-B heads for under $30.Read more ›
I foung that after using the toothbrush for a week, that this Oral-B toothbrush was significantly better than my old Oral B toothbrush.
Overall, this is a very simple toothbrush. Using the idea that you should brush for 2 minutes, which equals 30 seconds for a quadrant of your mouth, just press the button to turn it on and every 30 seconds, the toothbrush seems to hesitate to let you know that you should brush in a different area of your mouth. Seems a tad silly (I think a simple 2 minute timer would work better/make more sense since you may not need to brush the same amount everywhere), but I got use to it.
The speed of the toothbrush is much faster than my old toothbrush and when I finished brushing, my mouth had that clean feeling you get after your dental hygenist cleans your teeth. I found it easy to handle and use in every cranny in my mouth.
A warning light lets you know when your battery is starting to fade and you need to recharge. The recharger base is much smaller than the old ones and hardly takes up hardly any room (which is important if you don't have much shelf space).
If you're like me and you have an older Oral-B, I recommend upgrading to this new Oral-B. It's a much better toothbrush.
The picture is after I cleaned it off last night, and used the toothbrush this morning. This is what it looks like when I go to use my toothbrush the next time. Ick!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I travel weekly for work and never have trouble with the charge running out.Published 1 hour ago by Katie
Its a great product but not powerful enough for me. It'll be good for kidsPublished 10 hours ago by Unnat Shrestha
I had an older model that used a different style charger and the charger failed after about 10 years. The replacement charger cost almost as much as this new one so I bought this. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Brucer
I decided to take a step up from a normal toothbrush, and this toothbrush has been great.Published 13 hours ago by Matt Waller
My teeth are cleaner than they've ever been. My dentist is also pleased. The 30 second timer for each quadrant of the mouth is very helpful!Published 13 hours ago by Preschooler Mom
I have only had it for a couple weeks & I'm very satisfied for now.Published 15 hours ago by William R. Page
My dentist recommended an electric toothbrush, so I bought this one. For the first time ever, no plaque or calculus build-up to be cleaned at my 6-month appointment. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Kokocito