|Cleaning Action||oscillate 5,600 / min|
|Modes / Speeds||1 mode / 1 speed|
|Power Source||aa battery|
|Battery Life||up to 180 min|
This toothbrush comes with a changeable cleaning head. A single head is provided. The lack of a stand is disappointing furthermore it’s not the most apt selection for taking on the go because this particular brush lacks a storage case for brush heads or brush head cover.
This model makes use of rotating / oscillating motion as the dental brushing function, the most common type; the brush-head achieves 5600 oscillations per minute. It has previously been shown that electric toothbrushes that employ a rotating oscillating operation clear away more dental plaque consequently controlling gum disease more effectively than a normal brush.
There is no pressure indicator and no timer.
There is just one speed and only 1 brushing mode to play with. A choice of cleaning speeds and modes could be useful in situations where not a single individual may be using the toothbrush. If that is the situation each user aught to use a different brush head.
A disposable aa battery provides the power for this specific offering which is unusual these days for the latest electric brushes.
In summary the Advance Power Kids produced by Oral-B performs to an acceptable degree, but nothing to write home about and is supplied with a guarantee for 24 months. This particular example is pretty good in respect of ease of use and comfort not a point which usually is shown by the figures. Additonally it exhibits a pretty good battery life on the other hand it has an average brushing action.