Only has Single Voltage Charger
Do not think you can travel with the PS3000, it only comes with a single voltage charger! The best part about this is the missing text on the box stating what voltage the charger supports. After contacting P&G, I was further unimpressed with their poor English skills and total lack of concern. They gave me the run around and told me to call some other company.
P&G conned me when the forgot to mention the single voltage charger on the box!
Great! Really happy with this
I've been interested in getting an electric toothbrush for a while due to weakness in my arm and decided on the Braun Oral B over Philips Sonicare as it seemed to me that the brush heads were more readily available in stores rather than online. Plus I saw this one for a good price. I am very pleased with my purchase even though I've only had this a couple of weeks. This is a great, mid-priced toothbrush which leaves my teeth feeling very clean and my whole mouth fresh. I find it very effective in reaching all my teeth - I still have 3 wisdom te...eth and it can be hard to get back there with a regular brush. I think the 3000 is a good compromise between the cheaper, basic models and the more expensive brushes with bells and whistles you can do without. I got mine for $130 at the airport duty free but I have seen this priced higher so I got a good deal. It comes with 3 brush heads: 1 Precision Clean Brush Head, 1 Sensitive Brush Head, 1 ProBright Brush Head. It also has a neat charging stand which includes storage for your brush heads which is cool if you're using more than 1 kind, or if you are sharing with someone. There is a lid to keep dust and splashes off them. I really love the timer feature. It is suggested that when brushing, you divide your teeth into "quarters" - Left Upper, Left Lower, Right Upper, Right Lower. Then as you methodically brush each section, it will time you and will vibrate every 30 seconds to alert you to move on to the next section. This ensures you brush for 2 minutes total as recommended by dentists. I also like that the brush has a pressure sensor which lights up if you're pressing too hard. There are three power modes which are selected with each press of the main power button: Daily Clean, Sensitive, Clean and Polish. I would've liked to have seen a slider switch to select each mode but no big deal. I'm grateful for the Sensitive mode as sometimes my gums bleed so I switch between Daily Clean and Sensitive depending on how my mouth is that day. I feel I got my money's worth in terms of features. There is no LED display like some of the more expensive brushes but I don't think it is necessary. There is no travel case but again, not essential. The rechargeable battery is decent - I get 6-7 days of twice-daily use before it needs a recharge. There is a warning light to tell you when to charge it. Unfortunately, it takes a long time to fully charge - 10-12 hours! Another battery-related downside is that the battery is fixed into the unit and cannot be removed/replaced separately. So when it dies (and I'm sure it will at some point), the whole brush will have to be replaced. Aside from a few minor things, I absolutely love this brush. It performs really well and gives a far better clean than a manual brush! the timer, selection of power modes, gives an excellent clean, brush heads easily available slow recharge time
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