Xiaomi's 'Mi Electric Toothbrush' Goes On Sale In India, Vibrating At 30,000 Times Per Minute

Anil - Feb 21, 2020


Xiaomi's 'Mi Electric Toothbrush' Goes On Sale In India, Vibrating At 30,000 Times Per Minute

The battery under the hood keeps Mi Electric Toothbrush alive up to 18 days with just a single charge.

Xiaomi undoubtedly wants to diversify its product line in India as it now brings the first-ever Xiaomi-labeled electric toothbrush to the consumer market. Dubbed ‘Mi Electric Toothbrush’, the Chinese brand initially unveiled a teaser to announce that this handy device would become “your personal dentist”, suggesting that it will debut on Feb 20.

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With the rating of IPX7, Mi Electric Toothbrush can live well in most of the daily conditions.  

The Mi Electric Toothbrush started going on sale in European markets in 2018 with a price tag of around Rs. 2300. The toothbrush’s mechanism allows it to vibrate at more than 30,000 times per minute owing to the metal-free brush head as well as a magnetic levitation sonic motor integrated inside its body. Having a water-resistance rating of IPX7, Mi Electric Toothbrush can live well in most of the daily conditions.

There’s a set of brush modes and users can switch between them easily via Bluetooth connection on a compatible smartphone. Besides a customizable mode with strength and time being set personally, the manufacturer offers two in-built modes, Standard and Gentle.

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The battery under the hood keeps it alive up to 18 days with just a single charge.

Of course, users have to install an app on their phones to customize their own mode. Based on users’ brushing habits and types of food they usually consume, the app will not only keep track of their oral hygiene but also schedule detailed oral care operations.

Xiaomi says the device can detect different brush positions through a high-precision acceleration sensor. It divides these positions into six zones and will send a report back to users after they’ve done a brushing session. Such a report comprises of the duration, extent and uniformity information. However, users can instead choose to receive the results on a weekly or monthly basis.

The battery under the hood keeps it alive up to 18 days with just a single charge. Of course, it reportedly takes users about 12 hours to fully charge the device.

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