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  • The NEW Genius 8000 pairs with your smartphone to enable Position Detection which uses facial recognition to help you know where you've brushed, so you never miss a zone
  • Customizable multicolor SmartRing provides real-time visual coaching on brushing time and pressure to help you brush like your dentist recommends
  • Pressure sensor technology automatically slows brush speed and visibly alerts you to protect gums from over-brushing
  • 6 cleaning modes allow you to brush based on your needs: Daily Clean, Gum Care, Sensitive, Whitening, Tongue Cleaning and Pro-Clean Mode
  • Smart Travel Case allows you to charge your toothbrush and your smartphone at the same time

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I'm still using a toothbrush duct taped to my wife's vibrator. Works just as good right?
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Seems like a great deal as far as I can tell...
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Thanks
Now my 7000 from last years FP feels bad
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Solves my problem of charging my toothbrush and phone. Who knew!
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Is this the model with the inferior battery (vs compared to the 5000 series)?
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Oral-B/Braun toothbrushes are excellent quality and I use one. That said, this abomination of pure marketing is so cringeworthy you should do some stretches before reading about it lest you pull every muscle and snap every tendon in your neck. The overkill on features is proof that there is such a thing as an engine that can take tremendous levels of skill, effort and resources and turn them into a gray sludge of utterly useless stupidity.

Layered on top of that is Braun's cue from GoPro that if you market a product under a name that is pure gibberish except for the but-kissing element intended to appeal to emotional cripples with way too much disposable income who need validation from silkscreened characters on inanimate objects to prove objectively meaningless things to themselves about themselves, up go the profits.

If you really believe that your conscientiously applied program of oral hygiene needs a product like this, then what you really need is a psychiatrist.
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Oral-B/Braun toothbrushes are excellent quality and I use one. That said, this abomination of pure marketing is so cringeworthy you should do some stretches before reading about it lest you pull every muscle and snap every tendon in your neck. The overkill on features is proof that there is such a thing as an engine that can take tremendous levels of skill, effort and resources and turn them into a gray sludge of utterly useless stupidity.

Layered on top of that is Braun's cue from GoPro that if you market a product under a name that is pure gibberish except for the but-kissing element intended to appeal to emotional cripples with way too much disposable income who need validation from silkscreened characters on inanimate objects to prove objectively meaningless things to themselves about themselves, up go the profits.

If you really believe that your conscientiously applied program of oral hygiene needs a product like this, then what you really need is a psychiatrist.
What's wrong with the toothbrushing part besides the pictures? English pls
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Oral-B/Braun toothbrushes are excellent quality and I use one. That said, this abomination of pure marketing is so cringeworthy you should do some stretches before reading about it lest you pull every muscle and snap every tendon in your neck. The overkill on features is proof that there is such a thing as an engine that can take tremendous levels of skill, effort and resources and turn them into a gray sludge of utterly useless stupidity.

Layered on top of that is Braun's cue from GoPro that if you market a product under a name that is pure gibberish except for the but-kissing element intended to appeal to emotional cripples with way too much disposable income who need validation from silkscreened characters on inanimate objects to prove objectively meaningless things to themselves about themselves, up go the profits.

If you really believe that your conscientiously applied program of oral hygiene needs a product like this, then what you really need is a psychiatrist.
Whoa whoa whoa TMI. scale it down.
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The Pro versions are excellent. Still using my 5000 (or was it 6000?) from 2013. Very strong brush action and cleans very well if you follow the instructions.

WTF would I need Bluetooth though? My teeth should be white.
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I almost jumped on this earlier for 25$ more! Great deal
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oral-b/braun toothbrushes are excellent quality and i use one. That said, this abomination of pure marketing is so cringeworthy you should do some stretches before reading about it lest you pull every muscle and snap every tendon in your neck. The overkill on features is proof that there is such a thing as an engine that can take tremendous levels of skill, effort and resources and turn them into a gray sludge of utterly useless stupidity.

Layered on top of that is braun's cue from gopro that if you market a product under a name that is pure gibberish except for the but-kissing element intended to appeal to emotional cripples with way too much disposable income who need validation from silkscreened characters on inanimate objects to prove objectively meaningless things to themselves about themselves, up go the profits.

If you really believe that your conscientiously applied program of oral hygiene needs a product like this, then what you really need is a psychiatrist.
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Still rocking my 5000 from years ago. Travel case is the best accessory. The old timer I have doubles as a clock for bathroom. Really only need one cleaning mode IMO. Not feeling the urge to upgrade.
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Torn between this at $95 and the 7000 at $65. I have an Oral b 5000 from 5+ years ago that the battery has just started to die down. This 8000 has a new form factor and contains Lithium Ion battery.
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