The Coolest Toothbrush Changing The Way We Brush Our Teeth


Quip Toothbrush

Are you bored with your store bought lime green toothbrush? Do the bristles unravel weeks after you use it? Perhaps you are annoyed with how much valuable counter space your Sonicare takes up. Well recently, a new and dare I say, hip, toothbrush has seen a spike in popularity. We've done some investigative journalism and brought you all there is to know about the new quip toothbrush.

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What Is The Quip Toothbrush?

So what is the quip toothbrush? Well you have a dentist from New York to thank for it, "quip's journey began at a neighborhood dentist in New York, and a suggestion to use "the cheapest electric brush available" to fight the common, and damaging, habit of brushing too hard. Brushing too hard, not brushing long enough, not brushing twice a day, not replacing your brush and not going to the dentist are issues that are ignored yet have a far bigger impact on oral health. A thus, Quip was born!

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How Much Is The Quip Toothbrush?

Quip is a good looking electric toothbrush. There are two models you can choose from. For $25 you can get the plastic option, in blue or green. For $45 you can purchase the medal option in either silver, gold, black, or copper. Additionally, when you purchase a Quip toothbrush, you sign up to get a replacement brush head delivered to your door for every three months which will set you back $5.

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Where Can I Get The Quip Toothbrush?

If you want your very own Quip toothbrush, check out their online store or talk to your Dentist for more information.

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Quip Toothbrush Reviews

Reviews are in and they are generally positive when describing the Quip toothbrush. Bloomberg Business asked, "Is Quip the Tesla of toothbrushes?" and GQ awarded the toothbrush the "GQ Grooming Award 2016 Winner". Dr. Mark Burhenne claims, "It's the honest toothbrush company that tells you when a brush is worn and no longer safe to use. But Quip takes it one step further by actually doing something about it. I think it's high time that we get some help with such an important habit. So much, in fact, that I agreed to come on as an advisor for Quip, which I'm very excited about".

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