|Cleaning Action||oscillate 4,800 / min|
|Modes / Speeds||1 mode / 1 speed|
|Power Source||aa battery|
|Battery Life||up to 200 min|
There’s no pressure indicator but it does have a two minute timer so you don’t have to keep looking at the clock.
This Oral-B implements oscillating / rotating movement as the tooth cleansing process being the most common method; the brush-head manages 4800 movements each minute. Rotating-oscillating type toothbrushes are the only technology established to be superior to normal brushing in controlling plaque microbes and gingivitis by impartial experts.
A normal ‘aa’ battery provides the power for this particular Oral-B in keeping with the cost.
It comes with only 1 speed and one brushing mode to play with. For individuals with sensitive teeth or gums the ability to use a choice of modes and speeds could be useful.
The changeable cleaning head on this model is simply changed. It is packaged with just a single brush head. There’s no stand plus it’s not the best selection for taking on trips because there is no travel storage case or brush head case.
Some of the main points about the Oral-B AdvancePower 400 are that it is pretty good with respect of it’s battery life however it is lacking in respect of cleaning action. Also it is just mediocre when it comes to ease of use and comfort not a point which is apparent from the numbers. Overall this toothbrush does OK, although not much to write home about and is provided with a guarantee for 24 months.