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This $190 Philips Sonicare alternative is just $34 right now

You can get the AquaSonic Black Series Toothbrush and a travel case at Black Friday pricing.
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Update: This product is now sold out, but you can still grab this Platinum Sonic Toothbrush & UV Sanitizing Charging Base for $40 with code MERRY15

Everyone deserves to have clean, healthy teeth, and electric toothbrushes make it even easier to keep our pearly whites in tip-top shape. However, not all of us can afford the hefty price tags big names like Sonicare or Oral-B tack on to their models. The AquaSonic Black Series Toothbrush & Travel Case, however, can give your teeth the TLC they deserve, and they're on sale for only $34 today with code MERRY15, down from their usual $190 price tag.

Engineered with a powerful, 40,000 VPN motor, the AquaSonic Black Series is capable of removing up to 10 times more plaque than a traditional brush. The rapid vibrations dissolve stains and whiten simultaneously, delivering improved gum health in as little as one week. It boasts soft, whiten, massage, and clean brushing modes, and with the included carrying case, you can even bring it on your next vacation with minimal fuss.

The AquaSonic Black Series Toothbrush & Travel Case retails for $189.99, but you can save and order one today for just $34 w/ code MERRY15 at checkout, saving more than 70 percent off the usual price.

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