Colgate's C600 'ProClinical' electic toothbrush offers three distinct brushing actions for a better clean including sensitive side-to-side strokes for teeth, mid-speed massaging strokes for the gumline, and fast up-down strokes for molars.
Model: ProClinical C600
16 hour charge time
7 day battery life
2 Minute Timer
3 distinct brushing modes - not just speeds
1 Triple Clean Refill Head and 1 Sensitive Refill Head
Select the right brushing mode for your different needs: Teeth - Sensitive, side-to-side strokes. Gum Line - Mid-speed, in-out strokes. Molars - Fast, up-down strokes
Sonic vibrations clean with up to 30,000 strokes/min to remove plaque
Interdental - Cleans deep in-between teeth
Improves gum health
Superior cleaning and plaque removal
Ergonomic, non-slip handle
Sleek, light-weight design and slim design
Refill brush head, with multi-height bristles, clean in all directions
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tony2shoes perfect size and great clean
Great product with compact size without compromising on cleaning quality. Automatic feature is very convenient and helpful.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Karen Excellent
Have not used manual brush since I received my electric one . Took a bit of getting used to it tickles and tends to jar the mouth when hitting the gums or side of brush comes in contact with teeth . Having read other reviews before buying was aware of this possibility. Am really pleased with how clean my teeth look and feel . Thoroughly recommend .
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