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We test 10 electric toothbrushes in the CHOICE labs, including models from Colgate, Oral B and Philips.
The cost of an electric toothbrush can seem pretty extravagant compared to a twin-pack of disposable brushes. So do they outperform their cheaper cousins? We put 10 of the most popular models, priced from $47 to $300, through their paces to find out which ones:
Part of our test results came from a user trial. Trialists were given each toothbrush to use and asked to fill out a questionnaire rating ease of use, how comfortable it was to hold, and how clean it made their teeth.
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The overall score is based on the overall satisfaction the trialists had with each toothbrush. Since the test is only based on 10 trialists we have ranked models on a star rating instead of an overall (%) score.
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