The Quip Metal Electric Toothbrush is the perfect tool to keep your dental health in check. It helps removes plaque and prevents gingivitis. This compact design has a built-in timer with a 30-second pulses that guide an effective 2-minute routine. It also features sensitive sonic vibrations and includes a convenient travel cover that doubles as stand and mirror mount. The soft-bristle brush head is powered by a battery. Every 3 months, quip automatically delivers a fresh brush head and battery to you for $5, with free shipping, if you subscribe to refill plan.
This is a good manual tooth brush as it is very aesthetically pleasing. HOWEVER, the handle just vibrates to make it feel like its doing something, but the vibrations are barely noticeable if at all in your mouth. You could use this with our without the vibrations and get the same clean. It comes no where near the clean you get from something like a Sonicare which has extremely strong in mouth vibrations giving an awesome clean. I would highly recommend not buying.
Sorry but this thing is a fail on so many levels. There's no way it got this many positive reviews. Let's be practical here. Nothing I am reporting here is inaccurate or opinion. Don't waste your money. Even for $15 I would not recommend this.
I bought this toothbrush because it looked compact and includes a cover (which comes in handy when traveling). Used it 2 times and that was enough times for me to regret wasting $40 on this thing.
1. The brush head is ridiculously small. About half the size of any $5 battery operated toothbrush you can pick up in the drug store. So this means more effort to brush. 2. The brush is very basic and flat. I expect there is a reason literally every other toothbrush manufacturer spent R&D redesigning their toothbrush heads. With the quip you're back to the old school 1970s style brush. 3. The packaging is obnoxiously large, although I give them credit for making it almost completely recyclable. 4. The final thing that did it for me was the cover. Supposedly the holder doubles as a cover. Well, when you insert your tiny brush into the cover, it comes into contact with the inside of the cover so basically you are scraping the entire inside of the cover every time you insert and remove the brush.
Wow who knew that something so much cheaper would clean better than Sonicare. I was worried but the Sonicare brushes are just too expensive. I only ever use one setting and on Sonicare they kept changing in the middle of a cycle - because the buttons are too easy to push by mistake. Love this sleek looking brush too and it takes up way less space on my vanity. Another plus is no charger to take on vacation and if your battery runs out well most places in the world stock the batteries
not happy in san diego - 1 month ago, Verified purchaser
So far I find that the vibration lacks the force of another less expensive one I bought 2 years ago. It already skips off for a moment during brushing. It is good looking and that's why I bought it. We'll see.
Cute color options, sustainable packaging, clean design. I’ve noticed a huge difference in my teeth since using this brush. It’s an investment initially but it’s worth it. My teeth and gums have been healthier and feel so much better! Cute travel cover comes with. I waited 6 months to buy this and I’m not disappointed. Highly recommend!
This toothbrush is trash. Went from using a sonicare-type electric toothbrush to this because I hate how messy the electric toothbrushes get. The design on this is good, it looks really nice in my bathroom and has stayed attached to the mirror via the wall mount with not a lot of mess or drips, which is the reason I have held on this long. However, after a few months of use it has completely died and no matter how many times I change the battery it won’t turn on or off. Also, the toothbrush itself is not even that good, it barely vibrates at all and I pretty much feel like I’m using a normal toothbrush. The technology is not special or impressive at all.