Interactive Philips Sonicare for Kids Toothbrush for your Kids

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Have you been looking for a way to get your kids excited about brushing their teeth? Trying to install good hygiene habits from a young age and can’t find a way that sticks just yet?

There is no need to look any longer as Philips Sonicare has now created a sonic electric toothbrush specifically for kids.

Sonicare for Kids is Bluetooth enabled, so you can directly interact with the child by means of an app. The app makes brushing time fun and instructive – it’s geared towards optimal tooth brushing habits and consists of several games that help to teach children how to brush more effectively. It should also help instill good hygiene habits in your child from a young age.

A designated smart ring helps the parent monitor their childs’ brushing performance to ensure that their teeth are being brushed correctly. A real-time position report on the location of the smart ring indicates whether a Philips Sonicare for kids activity will be triggered or not (e.g., when moving from mouth to stomach).

There are some amazing benefits and features to the Sonicare for Kids that will further help create healthy hygiene habits for them;

Key Features

Make brushing teeth fun with the connected app

Charge on the countertop so it's easier to clean and stay plugged in-no cord!

Bracket has different power modes for kids (soft, medium, & hard)

Comes with stickers for decorating the toothbrush making kids want to play and use their individual and unique toothbrush.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

For kids, getting them to do anything can be difficult and especially when it comes to cleaning any part of their body. By making it fun and enjoyable with the connected app and the interactive qualities, you should find that the Philips Sonicare for Kids will help your kids have a whiter smile every time.

Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.