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With the Air 2T, Oclean has launched an electric toothbrush that works with noise-cancelling technology. This should make them extremely quiet during use and very efficient in cleaning. This is ensured, for example, by the bristles of the toothbrush head with a combination of DuPont Tynex and Pedex filaments. the Oclean Air 2T only needs 2,5 hours to fully charge. One battery charge is then sufficient for around 30 days. So you are well equipped with this electric toothbrush when travelling. A practical and clear container is included in the scope of delivery for transport. You can find all the details and the purchase options in green and white for €59,90 with this link.
For each cleaning section of two minutes, the Oclean Air 2T delivers a total of 80.000 movements to thoroughly clean the teeth and the spaces between the teeth. A maximum of 37 dB should be achieved. For comparison, the manufacturer points out the volume of a whisper, which is around 40 dB. There are fins on the back of the toothbrush head for cleaning the tongue. With a weight of 95 g, the new electric toothbrush from Oclean is not only quiet, but also light. A bracket is included for wall mounting. So the device is always tidy at home.
For the launch of the new Oclean Air 2T toothbrush, you not only get the scope of delivery mentioned above, but also four toothbrush heads on top as a gift. So you always have a fresh toothbrush at hand at home, when travelling, on vacation and elsewhere - including automatic cleaning that runs very quietly. The total cost of the offer is €59,90. The manufacturer points out that a warehouse has been set up in Germany, so that free delivery is possible without additional import costs or additional taxes.
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