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Rechargeable Oscillating Toothbrush with 2 Replacement Brush Heads - Up&Up™

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Highlights

  • Electric toothbrush with oscillating head to better clean teeth
  • Brush features a 2-minute timer to help you brush for the optimal amount of time
  • Flossing bristles penetrate the space between teeth
  • Includes brush handle, 2 brush heads and a charging base
Keep your teeth healthy and clean with the help of the Rechargeable Oscillating Toothbrush from up & up™. This electric toothbrush comes with a charging base and two brush heads, perfect for keeping teeth polished night after night. The oscillating head and unique flossing bristles reach into the spaces between teeth and provide a better clean than manual brushing. It's easy to remember to brush for the optimal amount of time with the built-in two-minute timer.
Material: Polyoxymethylene
Bristle Type: Indicator Bristles
Head Type: Full
Bristle Material: Nylon
Package Quantity: 1
Features: Rechargeable, Replacement indicator bristles
Power Source: Battery
Battery: 2 AA Nickel metal hydride, Required, included
TCIN: 14116571
UPC: 071031509527
Item Number (DPCI): 049-11-0113
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$18.39
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Most helpful positive reviews

Better experience than most.

4 out of 5 stars
Melissa 5 years ago
I bought this toothbrush about three years ago as the second electric brush I had ever owned. It replaced a more expensive brand-name brush that I happened to have heads left over for. I wanted a cheaper one that would use the heads I already had opened and this one worked for that. There seem to...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Read This FIRST

(would recommend)
4 out of 5 stars
JimmyRey 1 year ago
Just bought this.. 02-13-2017 this is my first electric rechargeable toothbrush. This is petty good piece of equipment for 20 bucks. I bought this, a big bottle of mouthwash and a handy dustpan and brush set for the same price of a Vitality. Can't beat that. This uses a Lithium rechargeable battery ...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Better than my oral b

(would recommend)
5 out of 5 stars
Lilie85 1 year ago
I bought this up & up toothbrush for myself along with 3 oral b electric toothbrushes for my family. They seemed to operate the same for the most part. I don't know how anyone could day this is "big and clunky" as it is very similar in size to most any electric toothbrush. This up and up does stay c...see moreof the reviewer's review
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It works OK.

3 out of 5 stars
Shintaro 5 years ago
I thought the head spun? I tested it, it doesn't. It just vibrates, and when it does, the head does rotate little bit. It seems to be working OK, and way it vibrates, I assume it is better than brushing manually. Having said that, I haven't noticed my teeth being extra clean, but that's hardly s...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Most helpful negative reviews

Doesn't last

1 out of 5 stars
Lori 5 years ago
It worked fine for one month and then would no longer hold a charge. Don't waste your time.see moreof the reviewer's review
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Disappointed

(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
jen1300 2 years ago
I've usually had great luck with Target brand products. I had the name-brand battery-powered version of this and loved it, so I thought this rechargeable one was a good deal. Nope. Tried it the first day and the brush head popped off in my mouth just as other reviewers mentioned. (Wish I had re...see moreof the reviewer's review
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Have to replace every 5 months

1 out of 5 stars
Shopper714 5 years ago
The first one I bought a couple of years ago that lasted fine until last December. Bought another one after that and it died after 5 months. Not buying it again.see moreof the reviewer's review
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The brush head keeps falling off!

(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
MamaT 2 years ago
I used the name brand for 7-8 years and it finally died. I saw this and bought it because it was much cheaper. It worked okay, but the brush head flew off at least 10 times in the two minutes. It landed in my sink, on the bathroom floor, and the counter. There was toothpaste everywhere. I had to sto...see moreof the reviewer's review
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