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quip electric toothbrush 2 for 25 with Amex offer ymmv - $12.50

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American Express currently have an offer for $25 off $50 for getquip.com. There are some toothbrushes you can get for $25 each, so 2x will bring you to $50 then get $25 back from Amex. Note you must add the Amex offer first.

I saw the adult electric toothbrush with plastic handle, as well as the kids electric toothbrush with rubber handle are $25 each. Comes with sls-free toothpaste too. You can also get creative and get other things there instead of toothbrush, as long as your total is $50 or over the Amex offer will apply.

Obviously ymmv if you have this Amex offer or not.

https://www.getquip.com/store/pro...hbrush-set
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The main advantage of sonic toothbrushes is the built-in two minute timer. And they tend to polish teeth slightly better. Best practice is to use a sonic in the morning, and manual in the evening. Or vise versa. That being said, the Quip doesn't do either well.
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Probably the worst toothbrush I have ever used. You're better off with manual toothbrushes. Also bad customer service.
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Quip is terrible. I was going to use it for travel but way worse than a manual brush. Oral-B or bust.
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Quote from ranova :
yep, these are perfect for travel - that's about it.
That's what I use mine for. I don't think they do much more than a simple manual brush. Apparently everyone here agrees with me, so how are they still being sold; and why is it a slickdeal?
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How about popular Fairywill Toothbrush from Amazon for the same price point? Is it more like manual brush or is it better?
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They're definitely better than a manual toothbrush (I use one). It's a gentle vibration but it helps amplify manual brushing.
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Quote from Toller :
That's what I use mine for. I don't think they do much more than a simple manual brush. Apparently everyone here agrees with me, so how are they still being sold; and why is it a slickdeal?
well, I really like the form factor, the cover, the stand, the case cover, and how it can stick up on mirrors. So for $12.50 each, Ill buy 2 more. If you're one to just throw a toothbrush in your dopp bag and not care for hygiene, then save your money and buy the cheapo throwaway brushes. Not sure if the vibration actually does anything but the best part of it is that it lets you know in 30 second intervals when to move onto the next part of your mouth

Worth $50 each? nah. Worth $12.50 each + cashback? Yeah, definitely
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Unfortunately my wife and I used these for a few years. The replacement heads shipped to you was what sold us but they just don't hold up to even a cheap electric toothbrush b/c they just vibrate too slowly. A manual toothbrush is faster and cleans better than these
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I don't think these have sonic or oscillating motion so they're essentially vibrators with a toothbrush head on them... that's not going to be great, for your teeth and gums at least.
Admittedly no expert but $12.50 for 2 vibrators seems slick. 🤣
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Had anyone used their flosser? I'm rather interested in that than the toothbrush....
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Quote from vinnayvu :
Probably the worst toothbrush I have ever used. You're better off with manual toothbrushes. Also bad customer service.
fwiw, i've used one everyday since they launched probably 5 years ago now, and i've only had excellent CS experiences with them. admittedly, the experiences involved the toothbrush breaking entirely on 2-3 occasions, but each time they replaced the base motor and handle assembly for free, quick & no questions asked or even proof of purchase, etc needed.
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Dentist here. These are not much better than your manual toothbrushes. Not worth getting. Best electric toothbrushes per studies are the oral-B
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24934383/
https://jada.ada.org/article/S000...2/fulltext
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Quote from ranova :
yep, these are perfect for travel - that's about it.
It is not even perfect for everything, I have/had (not gonna use it anymore). Yes, I was thinking it should be perfect for travel, but NO! I had it for a couple trips and it is terrible....the head falls off pretty much every move and I need to put it back in everytime...at the end, I was just holding the head ONLY for faster process.....
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Dentist here. These are not much better than your manual toothbrushes. Not worth getting. Best electric toothbrushes per studies are the oral-B (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24934383/)
Wait the Oral B electric brushes are better than Sonicare?? 😕
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Quip is decent for transitioning a toddler from manual to real electric toothbrushes. Only a little bit of vibration and noise.

But this is the adult version.
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