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This $260 self-cleaning sonic toothbrush set is only $50 today

Give your teeth a deeper scrubbing with a toothbrush that’s cleaned after each use.
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April 3, 2019
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Brushing your teeth is about as easy as it gets thanks to electric toothbrushes, but that convenience isn't without its cost. Top brands like Sonicare and Oral-B aren't shy about charging upwards of $100 for their high-end models, which can be a bit pricey for those of us wanting whiter teeth.

The Platinum Sonic Toothbrush gives you that electric brushing convenience you're looking for but for a fraction of what other brands would run you. You can get your own, a UV sanitizing base and two brush heads for only $50 today, a whopping 80 percent off the usual price.

The brush comes with the features you'd expect from most models on the market, like a powerful motor that blasts plaque and an area change timer, as well as some neat tricks of its own. In addition to the brush and spare heads, the set comes with a UV sanitizing base that destroys the germs and bacteria that tend to linger on your brush after use.

Clean, dazzle and pulse brushing modes give you more flexibility when you're cleaning your pearly whites, and the brush is rated for up to 2 weeks of use on a single charge, making it a solid travel brush as well.

The Platinum Sonic Toothbrush set usually retails for $259, but you can get it on sale today for only $50.

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