Spinbrush For Kids Battery Powered Toothbrush, Thomas The Train, Colours may Vary
- Research shows that kids brush 38% longer with spinbrush
- Promotes health brushing; removes plaque; massages gums
- Great handle designs make brushing fun!
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Warning: Children under 3 use under adult supervision. Do not submerge in water, the unit can be damaged.
Press and hold to turn on
Or press and slide up for continuous action
Brush your teeth as you normally do
Rinse toothbrush head thoroughly after each use
Due to normal wear, it is recommended that the toothbrush be fully replaced after three months of use.
Top Customer Reviews
The main negative for us is that it doesn't stay on once you press the button. You have to hold the button down (which is not that easy) the entire time to make it work. My 18 month old cannot possibly coordinate these movements. He can push it down when it's not in his mouth, but to hold it in his mouth and hold the button down is not happening (unlike with daddy's brush). I try to have him hold it in his mouth while I push, but he gets frustrated as he wants to do it himself.
Might be ok for an older kid. But this one's not working for us, as a real toothbrush at least.
* Clean teeth better than a manual brush can
* Batteries are replaceable (2 AAA)
* Large, easy on/off switch (much easier than the adult Spinbrushes which get slippery if they get a little toothpaste on them)
* Cute design makes brushing fun
* Toothbrush heads aren't replaceable
* The screw to unlock the battery compartment is tiny -- you need a small screwdriver such as those from eyeglass repair kits
* The screws can be very hard to turn as they can get rusty/stuck from water and toothpaste and the tiny screwdrivers offer no leverage
I would rate this product 5-stars if the heads could be replaced as with the adult Spinbrushes. I guess the plus-side of it is you have a cute mechanical brush to clean your grout and get at the little corners of your baseboards when it's no longer fit for teeth.
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Note for pet owners: We recently started using these to brush our dogs' teeth and saw immediate improvement. It only took a couple of sessions for them to get used to electric toothbrushes and their teeth are much cleaner for it, especially those large upper molars which were always difficult to get completely clean with manual brushes. Be sure to always use a pet toothpaste.
I contacted Amazon via online chat and Amazon at least stood behind the sale and promised to make things right. Kudos to Amazon for that. I am concerned that I am reading more and more about old and b-stock items being sold on Amazon. Hopefully they will enable a better method for vetting their vendors to prevent such occurrences in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son has used this so much that we have worn out the batteries. It works great and it so very cute for toddlers.Published 21 months ago by Busy mom
Great little toothbrush for my two year old grandson. He loves it and I know it is helping clean his teeth better than he would allow with a standard brush that doesn't spin. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tess A.
My 18 month old son loves this toothbrush! You push down on Thomas, and push up slightly-- this keeps the toothbrush on/spinning... Read morePublished 23 months ago by CMW
Item is really good for kids who are difficult to get to brush their teech. Excellent!Published on August 24, 2014 by Elinor Robinson
Reading the reviews a couple of parents complained about having to push the button but it won't stay on... Read morePublished on July 6, 2014 by Charity
My 4 1/2 yr old son loves this toothbrush. This is the second time I have purchased it for him after we wore out the first one.Published on June 3, 2014 by TSugar
This was an easy purchase; may buy another one soon! The only thing I don't like is the unit is not rechargeable (batteries only) and the brush head is not changeable. Read morePublished on April 14, 2014 by William E. Silverman