Senza Care Toothbrush

UPDATED: I NO LONGER RECOMMEND BUYING IT!

Another cool new travel product I learned about while walking the Travel Goods Tradeshow floor was the Senza Care Toothbrush ($18.95). It’s an electric toothbrush that’s perfect for travelers since it’s not very big (about the size of a large pen) and doesn’t come with any cords or charging devices. It operates on a single AAA battery and works great. The only problem with mine is that I used it in the shower and it stopped working so I guess it’s not waterproof.

Johnny Jet
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5 Comments On "Travel Product of the Week: Senza Care Toothbrush"
  1. Crissy (@travelingiraffe)|

    Thanks, I’ve been considering an electric toothbrush, but with traveling I always wonder if it’s worth it to get used to one and then not have it with traveling.

    1. Marie Graham|

      Be careful what you wish for. This is a sweet little brush that works for a little while then stops. Both my husband and I have one of these brushes and the switch ( turn off / on) broke within 3 travel trips. Save your money!!

      1. Johnny Jet
        Johnny Jet|

        It broke on me too but I thought it was because it got wet.

  2. Anonymous|

    Mine worked the first two weeks of a trip, then stopped. New battery didn’t help. Don’t buy it.

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      I agree.

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