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Electric toothbrush vibrator

Stay charged and ready for bed with clean teeth
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The electric toothbrush seems to have the problems of a power supply and charging system well solved and one end of it is conveniently shaped and could be discreetly concealed in terms of a second use. I doubt the companies who make these two products would join forces but the consumer demand for both appears to remain strong.
dhousman, Oct 26 2004

Search Google http://www.google.c...toothbrush+vibrator
Nothing new. [contracts, Oct 26 2004]

http://www.oralb.com/hummingbird "Hummingbird reaches areas your toothbrush can’t" [jutta, Oct 27 2004]

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       Which end do you hold when you're brushing? This is disgusting. [-] May as well be an idea for reusable toilet paper.
contracts, Oct 26 2004
  

       I wholeheartedly agree with [contracts]. Cheers, [contracts].
Machiavelli, Oct 26 2004
  

       This is... odd... [=]
EvilPickels, Oct 26 2004
  

       given some of the adverts for these products, I think colgate et. al are already on to this so to speak. Check out the new 'hummingbird' 'flosser' from Oral B (and I quote "With a simple push of the button, Hummingbird gently vibrates so it feels amazing and gives you unmistakable benefits from day one. No matter which attachment you use").
neilp, Oct 27 2004
  

       Those weren't early vibrators. Early vibrators predate electricity, let alone the electrical toothbrush of the 1960ies.   

       (They were steam-driven and applied by physicians to cure hysteria - or whatever other symptoms one chose to develop in order to have a reason to get cured.)
jutta, Oct 27 2004
  

       Ick.
bristolz, Oct 27 2004
  

       [jutta] If you saw a physician coming toward you with a steam driven vibrator and a determined glint in his eye, would this not induce hysteria rather than curing it? Oh - and what [bristolz] said.
Fishrat, Oct 27 2004
  

       Urgh.
david_scothern, Oct 27 2004
  

       oh jutta, hilarious...
po, Oct 27 2004
  

       "Which end do you hold when you're brushing? This is disgusting. [-] May as well be an idea for reusable toilet paper" --[contracts]   

       Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing inherently unhygenic about one's genitals. It may be baked, but I don't see it as disgusting.
5th Earth, Oct 28 2004
  

       The phrase "Whatever turns you on" seems unususally appropriate here.
wagster, Oct 28 2004
  

       //Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing inherently unhygenic about one's genitals. It may be baked, but I don't see it as disgusting.// Well, remind me never to kiss you on the lips. Although I wash, that doesn't mean I want to brush my teeth with it.
contracts, Oct 28 2004
  
      
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