You can now save the environment while you save your teeth, thanks to the Rinser Toothbrush with Power Fountain, which combines the convenience of a water fountain with the necessity of a toothbrush.
Brushing your teeth is just one of those things that needs to be done, and with brushing, comes rinsing. Unfortunately, the rinsing part can bring a few challenges. Do you bend over to sip water from the faucet? What a back-breaker. Maybe you use disposable cups for the rinse-and-spit routine? It works but the trash can fills up pretty quickly, and all that trash has to go somewhere eventually. You might be one of those people that have a glass sitting on the sink for the rinse-work. If so, are you also one of those people that don’t wash the glass until it has something growing on the bottom that belongs in a biology class? Ewww!
You can forget about all those old methods because the specially designed handle of the Rinser uses the water from the faucet to make a water fountain that will transport the water right up to your mouth. And the toothbrush head is a separate attachment so it’s easy to keep up-to-date with fresh bristles without having to buy a new handle every couple of months. It’s so revolutionary that the first version of the brush, the Brush & Rinse Toothbrush (minus the Power Fountain), was voted best concept of 2007.
Make rinsing fun, or at least easier, with the Rinser Toothbrush with Power Fountain. It’s available for pre-order now for $22 at Amron Experimental but the price will slowly go up as the February 28th release date gets closer.
[via Dude I Want That]