Writer Rachel Rosenblit sang the praises of the Aura self-cleaning electric toothbrush a few months ago as part of the Strategist’s “Fugly Week.” Despite the toothbrush’s somewhat portly stature, it works — and works well: “The 40,0000-stroke-per-minute sonic contraption leaves my teeth and gums feeling so satisfyingly, professionally clean,” she wrote, “that I actually skipped a couple dental appointments (don’t judge). When I finally got around to going, my dentist seemed inordinately happy with the state of my chompers. (I didn’t even get the flossing lecture.)” She continued: “After learning just how nasty exposed, sink-dwelling toothbrushes can be, I take immense satisfaction in knowing that mine spends its days chilling inside a vast sanitizing chamber, safe from flying particles.” And right now, this toothbrush is the cheapest we’ve ever seen it, at $89.
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