BURST SONIC TOOTHBRUSH: BRUTALLY HONEST REVIEW
Burst Sonic Electric Toothbrush: Brutally honest review
In this burst sonic electric toothbrush review, you will know if the hype is real.
Burst sonic electric toothbrush first got launched into the market in 2017 and everybody started to talk about them! It was a big deal, because BURST offered the promise to not only clean your teeth, but to WHITEN them also. Is it only all hype though? Let’s get a closer look at the burst sonic electric toothbrush.
BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush: The Specs
The first thing you will notice with the BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush is the beautiful design. It not only look super good, but it provides a secure grip for easy brushing.
This toothbrush has a lot of really nice features that makes it stand out from the competition even more. The bristles are infused with white charcoal, which is an amazing feature that you won’t find with the competitors. This white charcoal will remove unsightly stains and even sanitizes the brush when it isn’t in use.
The BURST electric toothbrush has three brushing modes that you can select. You have WHITENING, SENSITIVE, and MASSAGE. With every mode that you select, the toothbrush motor will run at about 33,000 sonic vibrations per minute (which is quite a lot). The toothbrush is also equipped with a quad interval and two-minute timer. The quad time vibrates every 30 seconds or so, and the purpose behind this is remind you it’s time to move the toothbrush to another section of your mouth! There is also a two minutes timer that will automatically turn off the toothbrush at the end of two minutes.
The battery on the BURST Sonic Toothbrush is amazing. You could literally brush your teeth for 3 full weeks WITHOUT having to charge it. This makes it the perfect electric toothbrush for people that travel. This also allows you NOT to have a charger take a lot of place on your sink at all time.
BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush: Tutorial
You will notice quickly how brushing your teeth with the amazing BURST electric toothbrush is MUCH easier than with a regular toothbrush. The BURST toothbrush does all the heavy work FOR YOU. All you have to do is to choose your mode and then hold it at a 45-degree angle. Then simply place it on your teeth and let the sonic vibrations get to work.
A good feature with this toothbrush are the bristles. They will get in between your teeth as you start using the brush. A lot of people experience soreness during the first few days of using it because the brush does such an amazing job at getting between your teeth.
Once you are done brushing your teeth, simply rinse the bristles. Remove the head of the brush to clean the metal rod underneath it, put the toothbrush up and there you go…It is now ready for next time. We recommend that you clean the head every week or so, and if you really worry about germs in general, you can clean it every day.
BURST Toothbrush Subscription
They also have a subscription service for their toothbrushes, which means if you sign up for their subscription service, you will receive replacement heads for your toothbrush approximately every 3 months!
The pricing of the subscription depends on the toothbrush you buy, but you can expect to pay about $6 every 3 months or so. You can cancel at any time, but it is usually recommended to use a brand new brush every 3 months or so, if you want a peak experience.
BURST ElectricToothbrush Reviews
There are TONS of positive reviews online. The vast majority of them are positive and this is why this electric toothbrush is so popular. People comment a lot on how it made their teeth look super white and clean and how the design of the toothbrush is super nice. A lot of dentists also recommend this toothbrush to their patients.
BURST Toothbrush vs. Sonicare DiamondClean
The Sonicare DiamondClean is another high end super popular electronic toothbrush. It is also a whitening one and it has five modes, instead of only 3 with the BURST toothbrush. The Sonicare DiamondClean also offers a deep cleaning mode for those that need it.
The PRICE is the biggest difference. The BURST is about $70 whereas the Sonicare DiamondClean is more than $200! The vibrations per minute is similar, at 33 000 for the BURST and 31 000 for the Sonicare DiamondClean. The Sonicare one has more modes (5 vs 3) and it also has a little bit more features.
If you REALLY want the CREAM OF THE CREAM, the HIGEST quality possible, then go with the Sonicare DiamondClean. If you want a super good electric toothbrush but ALSO a good price, then go with the BURST toothbrush.
Is the BURST Sonic Toothbrush a good buy?
The BURST electric toothbrush is one of the best buy on the market right now. It is high quality and super cheap. You get almost all the features from the Sonicare DiamondClean, but for much cheaper.
Is it Waterproof?
Yes it is. This toothbrush can be used in the shower without any problems.
How Much Is the BURST Toothbrush?
As we are writing this review, the cost is $69.99. You can choose to upgrade to the Rose Gold Edition for $99.99. With both toothbrush you can subscribe to the subscription service they offer. It will cost you about $6 every 3 months.
Can I Return the BURST Toothbrush?
If for some reason you get a defective BURST toothbrush, you will see how good the customer service is. They will send you a new one of refund you super quickly.
Can I Use the BURST Toothbrush with Braces?
Yes, you can use the BURST electric toothbrush with braces without any problems.
Can I Use the BURST Toothbrush if I have Sensitive Teeth?
Yes. The bristles are soft and you can put the brush in SENSITIVE mode to make sure everything is super smooth. You can buy a special toothpaste for sensitive teeth also.
- 1 BURST SONIC TOOTHBRUSH: BRUTALLY HONEST REVIEW
- 1.1 BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush
- 1.2 BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush: The Specs
- 1.3 BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush: Tutorial
- 1.4 BURST Sonic Electric Toothbrush
- 1.5 BURST Toothbrush Subscription
- 1.6 BURST ElectricToothbrush Reviews
- 1.7 BURST Toothbrush vs. Sonicare DiamondClean
- 1.8 Philips Sonicare DiamondClean
- 1.9 Is the BURST Sonic Toothbrush a good buy?
- 1.10 Sensodyne Pronamel Gentle Teeth Whitening Enamel Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth