Rinser Toothbrush has a Built in Water Fountain

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How do you rinse the toothpaste out of your mouth after you brush your teeth? Do you use a cup or your hand? The Rinser Toothbrush from Amron saves you a step by providing a special channel in the handle that creates a stream of water when you hold the toothbrush under the faucet. The Rinser brush won’t be available till November, but if you pre-order now, you can take advantage of a 70% savings. One brush with one replacement head is $22.

12 thoughts on “Rinser Toothbrush has a Built in Water Fountain”

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  2. I can see it now. I’m sitting nice and calm in the living room when all of a sudden, my wife walks in to the bathroom and explodes:


    And our two kids run and hide…

  3. $22 for a manual toothbrush with a hole in it? I wouldn’t call this the Rinser — I think the Hoser is more like it, as are the privileged individuals who would fork out that kind of money for something so overpriced and unnecessary…

  4. I am a dentist and yeah, I would never recommend this to my patients. Not discrediting ideas but I don’t see relevance to oral hygiene at all. Get a nice cup for very fraction of cost and soft brush. Just brush up brushing technique pls.

  5. I love the “Preorder and save 70%” If you actually Preorder you must preorder 900 units to get the 70% off. Costing you just shy of $10,000 for 900 tooth bushes. But better hurry cause if you don’t send in that money NOW, those 900 brushes will run you a cool $32,000 is pocket change.

    Quick Amazon Check
    1. average manual toothbrush price = $0.70
    2. 600 Dixi cups = $10.00

    So Lets take JUST the prorder price of $10,000 for 900 units
    $9000 in Manual Brushes = 12,857 tooth brushes
    $1000 is Dixi cups = 60,000 Disposable Cups

    You can use a fresh cup and toothbrush everday of your life for 35 years.

  6. This looks neat and all, but how high does that stream go if the water pressure jumps up a tad? I’ll be brushing my teeth while my wife is washing clothes, the washer will kick off right about the time I place my toothbrush under the water, and the next thing I know I have water up my nose and the ceiling is wet…

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