Ultrasonic Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush, Effectively Removes 2x More Plaque than a Manual Toothbrush without irritating the gums
Ultrasonic Technology - produces a dynamic cleaning action with 40,000VPM (vibrations per minute) that thoroughly cleans your teeth & gums
5 Different Operation Modes: Clean, Sensitive, White, Gumcare, Massage. Battery Indicator - shows how much battery power is left. Safe to use on braces, fillings, crowns, veneers and periodontal pockets
30 seconds alerting and 2 minute auto-timer - alerts every 30 seconds to change brushing area and shuts off after 2 minutes of use
Built-in UV Sanitizer - to store and clean up to 4 Brush Heads, Kills 99.9% Bacteria & Germs in 7 minutes
Xtech XHST-100 Oral Hygiene Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush
This Xtech XHST-100 Oral Hygiene Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush has a built-in Ultrasonic technology that gives you results you can see, and clean teeth and gums that you can feel. The special ultrasonic technology produces a dynamic cleaning action with 40,000VPM (vibrations per minute) that thoroughly cleans your teeth, removes plaque along the gumline, and also reaches deep between teeth to remove plaque from hard-to-reach areas. It massages your gums, while still being remarkably gentle, even on sensitive teeth. It is even gentle enough to be used by people with braces, dental restorations, and periodontal pockets.
2 Miute Auto Timer - The Xtech XHST-100 features a 2 minute auto-timer. Dental professionals recommend brushing no less than 2 minutes twice a day. The auto-timer indicates that your brushing cycle is complete by automatically turning off the toothbrush at the end of the brushing cycle. People generally divide the teeth & gums into four brushing areas, therefore the unit will alert you to change the area every 30 seconds.
UV sanitized and electric dock - The Xtech XHST-100 charging dock comes with a built-in UV sanitizer to sanitize and kill the bacteria of the brush head. Simply place the brush heads into the UV chamber compartment and close the cover. The UV tube will light up and then will shut off automatically after 6-8 minutes.
5 Brushing Modes
The Xtech XHST-100 has 5 different brushing modes for varying oral caring needs:
Clean: Thoroughly cleans your teeth
Sensitive: Gently cleans sensitive teeth
White: General teeth cleaning & whitening
Gumcare: Gently & thoroughly takes care of the gum area
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I replaced my first brush head after 4 months and now I cannot get it off (it does not fit well) - I followed all the instructions but I think the replacement pack I bought from Xtech were not manufactured correctly. I guess I am stuck and will have to buy a new unit.
I tried to contact the company but there was no way to do so :(.
It is a bummer as I loved the brush action and options itself.
we've been using this for a couple months now and it's still going strong. My husband and I love it. I like it has different modes. I like to use cleaning mode at first then gum care mode. I also like the little uv sanitize storage unit attaches to the charge station. I can just drop my toothbrush head in there and not to worry abt it laying around and got germs on them.
With that being said, I do admit we were a little worried at the beginning because the first product we received only last a couple weeks before it decided it couldn't be charged anymore. we contacted the company and within 24 hrs we got response and an apologize letter. On top of that, they also sent out a brand new product to us right away which we received a couple days later and still very happy abt till these days.
We do recommend the product not only bc it's a good product but also bc their top customer service.
I've had this toothbrush for a year. One day it worked, the next it just stopped working. The toothbrush lights up like it is on, but doesn't vibrate at all. I tried recharging it, and still doesn't work. I also have no idea how to contact customer service, since when I search for xtech online I just get links to places to buy one rather than a company website. I feel like I wasted money on this that I could've put towards a better brand.
I have nothing bad to say. Super powerful. Has multiple different levels of power depending on how you want it to run. Aslong as you don't "crush" it onto your teeth too hard it works perfectly fine. I suggest to make it last as long as possible and get the bang-for-your-buck with a lithium ion battery to not keep it plugged-in 24/7 but that's up to you. After-all, it does automatically turn off once it's fully charged...so that's good.
I'll be honest, I'm not a clean-freak and don't use that ultra-sonic clean stuff....I just rinse it when I'm done lol. But hey, use it as you wish.
I bought one of these for my personal use, and then ended up purchasing another for my mother for Christmas. She's always been very serious about keeping her teeth clean; me? Not so much. But both of us absolutely adore this thing. There's a two minute timer which will let you know when you're truly done cleaning, and you get little updates every 30 seconds. If you stick to using it the full two minutes, you're left feeling every bit as clean as just leaving the dentist and without all the pain.
I've had the OHUHP5BMREUTCDBUVSI3BH for 44 days now, since delivery to my home. I cracked it open and used it as soon as I brought it into the house from the front stoop. I was super excited to brush my teeth, nothing was going to stop me. I'd been using one of those old fashioned tooth cleaning devices that had bristles stuck to a stick. You would put toothpaste on it and brush it along your teeth in maybe a circular or back and fourth motion. Very primitive and ineffective. My teeth never felt clean enough and it was time to crack, time to buy an electric tooth brush. I'm so glad I did.
So far I'm very happy with the results, my teeth feel cleaner and there is a noticeable difference in plaque reduction. My teeth are far from perfect, they have plaque, they're crooked, they're not hollywood white. I really don't care, I'm human, I have teeth, I'm grateful they are there and they work. Like many people, I don't have dental insurance and as many of us know, a groupon only gets you so far with a dentist. So like many others out there, I have to keep an eye on my tooth health to stave off major issues. I figured a very small investment (less than fifty bucks!) in a decent electric toothbrush was in order. After much research I decided on the OHUHP5BMREUTCDBUVSI3BH. It was in my price range, the reviews were all pretty good compared to the other toothbrushes, it has a nice selection of modes, three brush heads, the stand and a UV light disinfecting compartment for the brush heads. It's pretty fancy.
This brush is worth every penny so far. I took it with us for an overnight Thanksgiving stay. The battery worked great, never let up for those few nights. That's the longest it's been away from the charger, 48 hours, but I have complete confidence in taking it away with me without the charging stand for a week or so. It's a strong little brush with all sorts of modes I haven't used yet. I just use the timed brush mode. Those handy pauses each 30 seconds are nice reminders to move to a new spot. I do get annoyed at the two minutes. Brushing your teeth for the legit 120 second length and not the 120 seconds you count in your head double time is tough to get used to. I like to control my own time. I was a Time Lord with my old tooth brush, it was magical. I have yet to experience the slippage and spittage I've read about. The brush has slipped out of my mouth but I did not find spit everywhere. It was pretty well contained. Maybe it was the style of slippage I had, TBD.
The buttons, I find, are in the perfect locations for my hands. I have yet to have problems with accidentally hitting something while brushing. But you also should know I have long fingers and longer hands than most so this may be why. I find I don't have many issues with these things while most people do. But most people also can buy gloves anywhere and I have to shop for years to find ones with long enough fingers. Piano hands my mom calls them. But I digress... To sum it up, so far I dig this toothbrush. It does a nice job cleaning, it's small enough to not take up too much shelf space, the battery seems pretty decent, it holds a charge for 48 hours for sure, my teeth are very happy and you can actually see the difference. So far so good.