This week, a year after the release of the first “smart” toothbrush, Philips introduced a new smart model Smart Sonicare DiamondClean Sonic. The device offers the same features as other similar devices, including the ability to connect to iPhone via Bluetooth and wireless charging in a special glass.
Toothbrush Philips are equipped with sensors that track the movement of the nozzle. Based on the data collected, for each user, an individual program of cleaning. The app gives recommendations for cleaning the teeth, records and analyzes data about the activity of each user builds a 3D map of the cleaning. Philips DiamondClean includes four tips for getting rid of plaque, gum care, whitening and fresh breath. The brush itself analyzes and informs you when to replace the brush head.
“Philips aims to create products that have a positive impact on people’s lives. According to studies, many consumers want to have a healthy smile, but not everyone knows how to do it,” said Alexander Harris, marketing Director for Philips Oral Healthcare.
“We developed the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart in close cooperation with experts. Our latest research, we can provide users with information that will help them achieve a complete clean every time.”
To charge the brush enough to put it in a special glass Cup that connects to the power supply. If you travel often, charge the device via USB cable. The Philips DiamonClean designed for two-weeks usage without recharging the battery.
You can purchase the device in black, white, pink or silver for $229,99. Included are two nozzles. Set with three nozzles will cost $269,99, four at $329,99.