Electric Toothbrush - The Sonic Chic Urban

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Electric Toothbrush - The Sonic Chic Urban

I've heard about the electric toothbrushes and often seen them in stores, of course, but never used earlier. Yes, I still know how they work and had been wanting to get one for myself but whenever I checked them out at the stores, I didn't really know which brand to pick. 



Yes, we often believe that the popular brands are mostly the ones that are picked by shoppers but sometimes the newer and the less known brands also work well and cost a lot lesser. 



You must have been told by your parents how important it is to brush your teeth daily, at least once and this one is perfect if you love travelling. It is so important for me to brush my teeth every morning and I can't just eat or drink anything until I make sure my teeth are clean and I have a fresh breath.

This is actually my first time trying out an electric tooth brush. Imagine! Even my 3 year old niece uses an electric toothbrush and I never had one before this!  


Electric Toothbrush by The Sonic Chic

The Sonic Chic Urban comes with an electric tooth brush, an AAA battery and a replacement attachment to be used later whenever required along with instructions of use. To start using the product, you simply need to put the battery in the brush and press the button. It vibrates and there you go, it would start cleaning your beautiful teeth. Just make sure not to get the electric parts in contact with water. 

Electric Toothbrush by The Sonic Chic


I feel The Sonic Chic portable electric toothbrushes are really cool and stylish and I love their colourful range of designs. The one that I have, has colourful arrows but if you want yours in a different style, then you can definitely look for more cool designs and patterns.

I love the fact that the brush has a vented cap and a replacement brush which will come in handy at all times and especially while travelling. However, if you require a replacement, it can easily be purchased from Boots (2 for £4.99)

The Sonic Chic Urban electric toothbrush gives 22,000 strokes per minute which is fab and can be purchased from Boots for £20. You can check out more designs, here. Besides that, these portable electric toothbrushes are also sold at Tesco, Wells Pharmacy and Look Fantastic.  

Also, it comes with a warranty valid for up to 2 years so make sure not to lose it in case there is a problem with regards to defects or workmanship. 

Electric Toothbrush by The Sonic Chic


Have you ever had the experience of using an electric tooth brush?


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60 comments:

  1. I have tried electric toothbrushes in the past but not for a long time, this one looks really cute though!

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  2. Electric brushes are really effective for me...this one is really cute tho!!

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  3. Got one as a gift on my 18th birthday. Didn't really like using it. Maybe 'cause it required patience :P This ones cute. We have superheroes theme brushes here in Karachi too. Those are kids size though 😝 Enjoyed reading your blog. ☺

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    1. O wow! Superhero theme sounds lovely. I should get one for my son.

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  4. Now I think I need that in my life! I always take along a manual brush when I travel, but this is much better!

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  5. I love the size of this electronic toothbrush. Most that I have found were pretty long. This one is a great size for carrying with you and for travel.

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  6. never knew something like this existed but am glad i now know... sounds, looks and feels good.

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  7. The closest I've come to an electronic toothbrush is using a vibrating toothbrush lol. Unfortunately I've had electronic toothbrushes in the past but the thought of charging them put me off using it long term. Though this one is really cute and really stylish for a toothbrush :)

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  8. I'm super particular about my toothbrushes but I'm always down to try something new and this particular bush is far less drab than most... Thanks for sharing!

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  9. That's really convenient! You can easily stash it in your hygiene kit and it's easy to locate because of the design. This is definitely perfect for traveling!

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  10. This toothbrush looks so pretty - I need one too!

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  11. I have been looking for a new electric toothbrush as mine has just died so this sonic chic sounds perfect!

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  12. I've been meaning to buy an electric toothbrush lately - thanks for this post, very informative!

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  13. ohh I need to check the sonic brush! I need to check out asap!

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  14. The dentist in me is smiling at this post. Electric toothbrushes are the order of the day. It will soon rraxh every household I suppose

    Also they are a boon especially for children, people with less dexterity, elderly etc.

    Three cheers, technology +science!

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  15. Been looking to upgrade, I change my toothbrush every few months so maybe this will be my new buy. I love that it comes with a cover it's very hygienic especially when storing toothbrushes in the bathroom! Shukran for sharing :) (www.beautywithzainy.com and www.spicyfusionkitchen.com)

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  16. Great reveiw on this amazing(and adorable) toothbrush. But for me nothing beats miswak :D

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  17. Great reveiw on an amazing(plus adorable) toothbrush. As for me nothing beats miswak :)

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    1. I've used miswak a couple of times when I was at school.

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  18. I love the cute packaging design! Very cute! And love the pics!

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  19. I don't think I've ever called a toothbrush cute before...but this one is! I find it hard to figure out what the best brush electric brush is though. So I stick with standard.

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  20. We have an electric toothbrush way back when I was a kid. It was the same as the regular one except it has batteries. Lately, I am seeing chic and fab designed electric toothbrush. I should get one too.

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  21. This looks like something I would use! I wish they were sold in the us too ):

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  22. I've never used an electric toothbrush before and I never wanted to to be honest cause they looked big and ugly haha ! But this one is cute and not even that expensive

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  23. I've never used an electric toothbrush either. Always been quite curious about them though. I really like how this one has a stylish pattern.

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  24. I buy electric toothbrushes...then don't bother using them much...its the remembering to charge them etc...I just keep forgetting.

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  25. I find Electric brushes very useful because they almost do that work for you :D thank you for sharing this

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  26. I do have an electronic brush by Maclean's I guess and I like it. I love how yours have a colorful design. Mine is simple.
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  27. Hey :) your blog is amazing as before :)
    Well honestly i like it but i am not toothbrush maniac :D i am happy with my perfect purple-green one and do not need to be scared of electricity....on my teeth :D nope i am not weird, just limited edition :D i like the design but not for me :)

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    1. Haha :-)
      It doesn't require electricity. Just a battery.

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  28. Literally never used an electric toothbrush before. That one is cute though, maybe i'll give it a shot!
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  29. Your blog is every time amazing and fun to read! :-) I didn't use electric brushes but I'll surely try very soon :)

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  31. I had change my toothbrush when a doctor checked my teeth and suggested me for changing my toothbrush in every month

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