Xiaomi Mi Electric Toothbrush
Greet life with a beautiful, confident smile
Brushing your teeth may seem like a small thing, but it has a surprisingly large impact on our everyday lives. Good brushing habits don't only produce a healthier smile, they help us face the world with confidence. How can we improve the health of our teeth and create a beautiful, confident smile? Let the Mi Electric Toothbrush provide you with a brand new solution.
Provides your teeth with a powerful clean
A great electric toothbrush has not only high-frequency vibration, but also exceptional power. The high-efficiency magnetic levitation sonic motor developed by German and Japanese experts vibrates over 31,000 times/minute and has a torque of over 230gf.cm*. This means that power not only remains concentrated in its high-frequency vibrations, but also that it's more efficiently transfered directly to the brush head. Even when it's up against your teeth, the brush head maintains its power, and the water and toothpaste bubbles in your mouth form tiny pulses that clean powerfully. The brush fully penetrates the gaps between teeth, removing plaque and achieving a deeper clean than a manual toothbrush alone.
New high-density, anti-corrosion, metal-free brush head
Although it looks unremarkable, this small brush head is completely different from ordinary brush heads. Its brush head uses anti-corrosion, metal-free high-density bristle technology. The bottoms of the bristles are joined together using heat, then firmly affixed to the upper portion of the brush head. Unlike ordinary brush heads, there is no danger of metal corrosion or dirt getting trapped between the grooves of metal plating, making this brush healthier and more environmentally friendly. It uses high-quality soft bristles created by the American company DuPont, and its high-density bristle technology allows for bristles that are 40% denser.* Each filament undergoes a polishing process to create bristles that are smooth and round. This ensures that they don't irritate gums or scratch the surface of the teeth.