Soocas has recently launched a new product line named Spark Sonic Electric Toothbrush. Previous products such as X3U Electric Toothbrush have already left a great impression among its customers. Aiming to maintain the same quality as X3U while trying to fulfill the demand of those who travel often, below are some of the reviews that I have had after using Spark for a while.
Spark is very small. As a sonic electric toothbrush, it’s only 8.97 inches and weighs only 0.13 pounds, which is similar compares to a manual toothbrush. Given its advantageous exterior designs, Spark can easily fit in pockets or handbags. Some things I like to point out are the transparent brush head and the aluminum alloy handle. These design details combine practicality into eye-appealing designs. The aluminum alloy handle is anti-corrosion and antioxidant, making it very durable and practical to be used anywhere while the transparent brush head is a unique take on how toothbrushes could look.
Don’t underestimate Spark’s cleaning capability given its small size. It has a newly invented Nano Motor that vibrates 30,000 times per minute, this number is like 100-200 times the movement of human hands. Spark also has DuPont bristles that are very soft and thin to get into the gaps for thorough cleaning. I feel noticeably clean after I brush it knowing that it removes 5 times the plaque compared to manual toothbrushes.
Charging and duration
For someone that travels a lot, bringing one less charging cord is a blessing. Thankfully Spark has USB-C charging port so I don’t need to bring additional batteries or charging ports. Given the current state of technology, USB-C is very accessible. I only need to charge Spark for 2 hours to get that 40 days of duration, so honestly, I don’t even need to bring the charging cord.
Spark also has other highlights. For example, it has the highest waterproof rating of IPX8 and it only makes a low noise level of 55dB. Another thing is that it has a 2-minute timer with a 30-second internal reminder and powers off automatically. Well, what I want to get across is that if you are looking for a high-value, practical, and portable toothbrush for travel, then Spark is definitely worth trying out.
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