Colgate ProClinical C350 Max White One Electric Toothbrush Review

13:57 Kelly Wheelhouse 1 Comments


As you may know from my previous blog post, I recently won the chance to review a Colgate electric toothbrush. My instructions were to use it for 10 days, then post a review of my thoughts on the product. So, 10 days later and here we are with my review. 
My overall rating out of 5:
Before I won the competition (which had been hosted on Colgate's website) I used manual toothbrushes for most of my life. I had an electric toothbrush for a couple of years when i was about 9/10 years old, but didn't get on very well with it so since then I have used nothing but manual brushes. I am totally surprised how far technology has come along since then with electric toothbrushes. The Colgate ProClinical C350 is extremely powerful, and this makes it feel close to a dentist standard of cleaning. 
Every thirty seconds it will quickly cut off to let you know how much time has passed, and at the two minute mark it will turn off completely. It features a very slim and sleek design which means it is not much larger or heavier than the standard manual toothbrush. 
It comes with a charging stand, which doesn't require plugging into the toothbrush itself, it simply rests within the hole and charges. It also comes with a brush head stand which can hold 3 heads, and one brush head. 
One major point for me when purchasing a toothbrush is the price, and with an electric toothbrush sometimes the spare heads can be very pricey, so I looked up how much it would cost to purchase the replacements. A pack of 4 refills can be purchased from Boots for only £18.99, and at the time this blog post has been published there is currently an offer which means it is only £12.99 for a 4 pack. To me that is a bargain, and means that it doesn't cost any more than a manual toothbrush to maintain, plus for the same price you are getting a better standard of cleaning. 
The body of the toothbrush has a little charge indicator light, so when it needs charging it will light up. According to the booklet that comes in the packaging, it takes 10 hours to fully charge. I am not sure how long this charge will last as I have been using it for 10 days and haven't had to charge it at all since first charge. 
The only small issue I came across with the toothbrush is that once you have brushed your teeth you have to remove the brush head every time as toothpaste gets under it. 
Overall I think this is a brilliant product, and would definitely recommend it to anyone. I feel this is the future of toothbrushes.
If you would like to see an unboxing video of this product, you can here
If anyone has any questions about the brush that I haven't answered in this post, there is a contact form at the top right of my blog where you can submit any queries to me. 
Kelly
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  1. I had change my toothbrush when a doctor checked my teeth and suggested me for changing my toothbrush in every month

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