February 25th 2014 3:41 pm

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Tom's Guide says:

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Overall, the Oral-B SmartSeries is a well designed product that fully utilizes the two-way communication between toothbrush and smartphone to improve your brushing habits. I especially like the Focused Care feature for setting up custom brushing guidelines, and the Achievements. However, I wish the brush could track its own movement in your mouth, as the upcoming $100 Kolibree can. At $160 for the starting model, the Oral-B brush is also considerably more expensive than a nonconnected toothbrush with similar features (around $115). Overall, the Oral-B SmartSeries is worth a look for people who are serious about their dental health and the quantified self, but I'm waiting for something even smarter. quote


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Gizmodo Aug 4, 2014

It will get you thinking about your routine more than you normally do. The question is how much you're willing to spend to gameify even the most banal aspects of life as an adult human in 2014, right down to taking care of your chompers.

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7.0
The Wall Street Journal Jul 8, 2014

Linking the brush with my phone has motivated me to brush longer and better. But if you scoff at a $160 Bluetooth brush, or just prefer your current model, you can download the Oral-B app and give its manual timer a try.

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6.0
Tom's Guide Aug 12, 2014

Oral-B's SmartSeries Bluetooth toothbrush makes you pay more attention to dental hygiene, but we wish it did more for its high price.

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6.0
PC Advisor Jun 8, 2014

There’s no doubt that these SmartSeries toothbrushes are top quality, and the additional SmartGuide plus Bluetooth-syncing with app offer features way beyond normal electric brushes. The problem is that it costs at least £230.

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Engadget Feb 25, 2014

It's handsome enough, but really: it's a toothbrush, not a fashion statement. Anyway, as soon as the toothbrush and your phone have forged a connection over Bluetooth, firing up the 7000 will start a countdown to oral cleanliness in the companion smartphone app.

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CNET Feb 25, 2014

Inside the brush is a pressure sensor. When you press too hard as you brush, the app flashes red to tell you to go easy on your gnashers.

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