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hum by Colgate Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Blue - 2 Count

hum by Colgate Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Blue - 2 Count

Colgate

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IDR259852

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Product Details

  • Expert-designed toothbrush replacement heads and patented bristle technology give you a phenomenal clean
  • Brush head design: Tackles hard-to-reach areas
  • Soft floss-tip bristles: Take it easy on your gumline
  • Rubber cups: For a polished finish
  • Tongue cleaner: Helps keep it fresh
  • Electric toothbrush heads: Fits on all hum toothbrushes
  • This toothbrush does not replace flossing
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎2.32 x 1.3 x 9.06 inches (5.9 x 3.3 x 23 cm); 1.28 Ounces (36.29 grams)
Item model number ‏ : ‎CN08132A
UPC ‏ : ‎035000980243
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎AmazonUs/COKT7
ASIN ‏ : ‎B089FC7BMP
Country of Origin ‏ : ‎China
BrandColgate
ColorBlue
Size2 Count (Pack of 1)
MaterialRubber
Age Range (Description)Adult

Description

Color:Blue

hum by Colgate Smart Toothbrush Replacement Heads are designed by experts for a phenomenal clean. These sonic toothbrush replacement heads are designed to help you tackle hard-to-reach areas and features floss-tip bristles that take it easy on your gumline, rubber cups that polish, and a tongue cleaner that helps keep it fresh. Electric toothbrush replacement heads fit on all hum adult toothbrushes.

Customer Questions & Answers

  • Question: Are the toothbrush heads recyclable?

    Answer: Thanks for the hum-tastic question, for the time being, our hum replacement heads are not recyclable, and should be disposed of with regular household waste.
  • Question: Will these heads fit on a Colgate 360 Advanced Whitening sonic battery powered toothbrush?

    Answer: Yes these replacement are compatible with our Colgate 360 Advanced Powered Toothbrush.
  • Question: Where are they manufactured?

    Answer: Sorry about that, we almost missed your humtastic question! Our hum Smart Toothbrush is proudly manufactured in China.
  • Question: Will you be making “sensitive” tooth brush heads?? These are not very soft and hurt my gums.

    Answer: That's a great idea. Thank you for bringing it up, we will definitely keep in mind for future updates.
  • Question: Do you have covers for the brushes while they are charging?

    Answer: We do not have a cover for the brush while charging. That being said, hum does come with a travel case.
  • Question: Can i use blue replacement toothbrush with my teal toothbrush

    Answer: All hum replacement heads are compatible with the rechargeable or battery powered hum, any color.
  • Question: Do all Colgate brand toothbrush heads fit the Hum toothbrush?

    Answer: No, only our hum Replacement brush heads fit our hum brushes.

Customer Ratings

30 customers ratings

  • 5 Star 84%
  • 4 Star 9%
  • 3 Star 4%
  • 2 Star 1%
  • 1 Star 2%

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Qu•• ••20

September 22, 2021

Brush your teeth

Love. The guided brushing and the different settings are great.

T.•• ••th

September 22, 2021

A.•• ••L.

September 14, 2021

Give your toothbrush some head

Decent price for replacement heads for my toothbrush.

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That’s in large part due to just how powerful the DiamondClean’s motor is. This brush uses the same kind of back and forth motor motion as the Burst, Quip, and other Sonicare models, but the bristles on the DiamondClean appear to move a lot faster. We noticed this immediately the first time we used it. It feels kind of like applying a Theragun directly to your teeth, pounding out plaque, massaging away gingivitis. Your teeth might vibrate for a solid 30 seconds after taking the brush out of your. It is a bonafide deep clean.

Among the additional features, the one we're most enamored with is the charging cup. Most electric toothbrushes are either powered with a replaceable battery or have a charging stand. The DiamondClean is among the latter group, except its charging stand is actually a glass cup. To charge the DiamondClean, instead of having to line up the hole on the bottom of the toothbrush with the end of a stand, as you do with the Burst, Oral-B, and other Sonicare models, you just have to toss it in the cup. It works a lot like wireless charging on newer cell phones. This is a really silly thing to get excited about, but we must admit that it gets us excited every time. There’s something so satisfying about just tossing the toothbrush into the cup and hearing it beep and light up to indicate charging.

Do you need a toothbrush with five different cleaning modes, four different brush heads, and an app that uses your cleaning data to nudge you to buy more brush heads and teeth cleaning products? Absolutely not. (For what it’s worth, the app is perfectly functional and does a good job tracking how much of your teeth and gums you’re actually brushing.) But if you’re looking for a brush with the best possible base-level cleaning power, this is the one.

And you don’t have to just take our word for it. It’s the toothbrush used by musician Saint Jhn and, reportedly, Beyonce and Jay-Z. Good enough for Hov, good enough for you.

A Super-Cheap Electric Toothbrush We Actually Like: GLEEM

GLEEM Electric Toothbrush, White

If you want an electric toothbrush, but aren’t ready to invest in something top-tier, the relatively-new Gleem Electric Toothbrush is one of the cheapest possible electric toothbrushes you should consider. It’s got the most basic features one expects from an electric toothbrush, including an accurate timer that pulses every 30 seconds and ends after 2 minutes. It doesn’t have any modes beyond the most basic, but it does have a fairly powerful motor. Honestly, maybe a little too powerful. The first time I, a person who brushes regularly with an electric brush and goes to the dentist once a year, my gums bled. A lot. It was gross. But after the gum line bleeding, to the brush's credit, my teeth looked amazing. The Gleem brush, like the Quip, has a removable AAA battery. No one is going to send you one every three months, but even if they would, you’re smart enough to know you can just go down to a pharmacy and get a pack of a bunch of them for cheaper, right?

The Feature-Loaded, App-Powered Toothbrush: Oral-B iO Smart 

Oral-B iO Smart Electric Toothbrush

The Oral-B iO is the most feature-loaded, high-end smart toothbrush we’ve tested so far. For $300, you get an electric toothbrush with a rotating brush head, several brush heads and brushing modes, a smart pressure sensor, and, of course, an app. In many ways, the brush offers a friendly-user experience. It’s tracking works well, which ensures you actually brush every part of your mouth. The smart pressure sensor powers a ring of light on the brush itself, that flashes red if you’re brushing too hard. And while having a screen on your toothbrush is absurdly unnecessary, it admittedly makes choosing a brushing mode a lot easier. Plus, when you finish brushing all of your teeth, it displays a smiley face. Honestly, this rules.

Sours: https://www.gq.com/story/the-best-electric-toothbrushes-2019
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I had just about given up on smart toothbrushes when the especially cute Colgate Hum arrived at my door.

Over the last few years, it seems that the toothbrush companies got together and decided we should all start shelling out several hundred dollars for brushes with internet-connected capabilities. The problem—besides the fact that you can buy a six-pack of manual brushes for less than $5—is that the tech rarely backs up the claims.

But even though I grumbled to myself while using other smart brushes—the Oral-B iO, which I gave a 4/10 rating, had a too-thick brush head and a clunky app with accuracy problems—all of my negative issues with the product category were resolved with the light and compact Hum. The best part? It’s only $70 for the rechargeable model (the version I tested), or $50 if you’d rather get a AAA-battery-powered one. That's not pocket change, but it's about what you’ll spend on a decent electric toothbrush without any app connectivity or smart features. If you've been eyeing electric toothbrushes, this is the one to get.

You can buy a Hum right now from Colgate's site, or order it from Amazon if you don't mind waiting until mid-September, which is when Amazon will start shipping them. If you go with the latter, you'll get an extra brush head, but it costs about $5 more than buying the brush and two extra heads directly from Colgate. No matter where you purchase, it comes with a travel case and is available in three appealing colors: blue, green, and purple.

A Guiding Hand

In an effort to improve oral hygiene, smart toothbrushes track your brushing habits—like which teeth you're not cleaning as diligently and how long you spend brushing—and present that data to you in an app that connects to your brush over Bluetooth. Until now, there have been problems with accurate brush tracking, and the companion app had to be open during a brushing session for any data to be recorded. When testing other smart brushes, I spent more time trying to get these apps to recognize where I was brushing than I did on actually improving how I brushed. The Colgate Hum is the first one I tried that delivered on its promise to make brushing better.

You'd think that if we made it to adulthood with our teeth intact, we'd be brushing pros. But of course, you'd be wrong. According to Colgate, most people aren't properly cleaning over 40 percent of the teeth in their mouths, and a 2015 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that most adults don't have brushing down to a science, with over a quarter of Americans suffering from untreated tooth decay. This is where an app that promotes better brushing habits can help. When you first connect your Hum to the app, it will ask you to do a test brush to set a baseline for how you typically brush without any prompts or timers to follow. Mine told me I fully cleaned only 53 percent of my mouth, and while that's a better number than Colgate says is the norm, it's still shocking to see. How have I still not got it down?

After you set your baseline, you can start doing guided brushes, which walks you through each "zone" of your mouth until you've cleaned all the nooks and crannies. There are 16 zones that the Hum can track with its machine intelligence algorithms. For reference, the $250 Oral-B iO Series 8 that I tested tracks only six zones; if you want Oral-B's 16-zone version, you'll have to pay $300.

I found the Hum's tracking to be extremely accurate, unlike other brushes I tried that struggled to log all my strokes, particularly once I reached back to the molars. The app also offered helpful advice, suggesting I tilt my brush 45 degrees in certain areas for a better cleaning and alerting me when I was brushing too slowly or quickly. These tips are helping to improve the way you brush when you aren't connected to an app. It's like it's starting you back at square one.

As a fun extra, you collect "smile points" for brushing, and every 100 points is equal to $1, which you can use for things like replacement brush heads. It's nice to be rewarded for something you're going to do anyway and save money on something you will already have to buy. Replacement heads are $10 for two, or you can subscribe and get one head automatically sent to you every three months for $5 a shipment. Currently there is just one type of brush head available, and it's the classic rectangular shape of a normal toothbrush, rather than the round heads you'll find on Oral-B's brushes. The round heads do feel like they're covering more of the areas between teeth, but not enough to make me want to pick that brush over the Hum.

But the best part of the Hum app is that you don't always have to use it. Opening an app every time you brush your teeth gets old fast, and while every smart brush can be used without the app, if you can't get access to your data, there's no real point of investing in a connected toothbrush to begin with. The Hum, on the other hand, will hold data for 10 days and upload your brushstrokes each time you connect it to your phone. (And yes, you can still collect smile points from offline brushing!) Without directly looking at the app, you lose out on the guided brushing tips, but what better way to see whether you're actually improving your brushing habits than by not having a screen tell you what to do every time?

Light as a Feather

If you've used other electric toothbrushes, you'll notice right away that the Hum is significantly smaller and lighter, which provides a much more pleasant brushing experience all around. It's 8 inches tall and weighs just 1.85 ounces; my Philips Sonicare is 10 inches tall and 4.95 ounces, and the Oral-B iO is about 9 inches and 4.9 ounces. The Hum feels more like a manual toothbrush in your hand than a bulky electric model.

The bristle part of the brush head is smaller too, a feature that initially annoyed me. How could this be cleaning my teeth properly, I thought. But I soon realized that the small size allowed me to get all the way to the back of my teeth without bumping my gums and brush farther back on my tongue without wanting to gag. Speaking of, the back of the brush head features a brush specifically for the tongue.

The rechargeable model has three brushing modes (normal, sensitive, and deep clean), while the battery-powered one offers only the first two. This is fewer modes than most other smart brushes, although I think too many is overkill. The sensitive mode offers a low-vibration movement, normal increases the vibration, and deep clean increases it again. In other brushes, all modes feel and sound almost exactly the same, but the Hum's modes are noticeably distinct. On its deep-clean mode, it doesn't vibrate so intensely that it feels like your skull is shaking, which I appreciated. Also, it's surprisingly quiet, though it's not silent—it is an electric appliance, after all. The company told me that the rechargeable brush delivers 30,000 strokes per minute, with the battery-powered one supplying 20,000; I couldn't test this for accuracy.

The rechargeable battery should last about 10 days on a single charge with regular use. That's a good amount of time, though it is less than some other brushes provide; the Oral-B iO lasts two weeks.

We've been somehow trained to think that if you want a better experience, you have to spend more money. But after using the Colgate Hum, I never again want to hear that quality tech will cost me—at least in the case of my oral hygiene.

Sours: https://www.wired.com/review/colgate-hum-smart-toothbrush/

hum by Colgate Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Teal - 2 Count

hum by Colgate Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Teal - 2 Count

Colgate

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Item #:

USD18

This product is not Fulfilled by Ubuy and can take minimum 10 days in delivery. We might cancel the product from the order and refund you if any issue arise with the delivery of this product.

Note: Electronic products sold in US store operate on (110-120) volts, a step-down power converter is required for the smooth device function. It is mandatory to know the wattage of the device in order to choose the appropriate power converter. Recommended power converters Buy Now.


Product Details

  • Expert-designed toothbrush replacement heads and patented bristle technology give you a phenomenal clean
  • Brush head design: Tackles hard-to-reach areas
  • Soft floss-tip bristles: Take it easy on your gumline
  • Rubber cups: For a polished finish
  • Tongue cleaner: Helps keep it fresh
  • Electric toothbrush heads: Fits on all hum toothbrushes
  • This toothbrush does not replace flossing
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎2.32 x 1.3 x 9.06 inches (5.9 x 3.3 x 23 cm); 1.13 Ounces (32.04 grams)
Item model number ‏ : ‎CN08133A
UPC ‏ : ‎035000980267
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎AmazonUs/COKT7
ASIN ‏ : ‎B089F9LKV9
Country of Origin ‏ : ‎China
BrandColgate
ColorTeal
Size2 Count (Pack of 1)
MaterialRubber
Age Range (Description)Adult

Description

Color:Teal

hum by Colgate Smart Toothbrush Replacement Heads are designed by experts for a phenomenal clean. These sonic toothbrush replacement heads are designed to help you tackle hard-to-reach areas and features floss-tip bristles that take it easy on your gumline, rubber cups that polish, and a tongue cleaner that helps keep it fresh. Electric toothbrush replacement heads fit on all hum adult toothbrushes.

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hum by Colgate Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Blue - 2 Count

hum by Colgate Replacement Toothbrush Heads, Blue - 2 Count

Colgate

200 ratings Write a review

Item #: 28023278

NGN6539

Order now and get it around Sunday, October 24

Note: Electronic products sold in US store operate on (110-120) volts, a step-down power converter is required for the smooth device function. It is mandatory to know the wattage of the device in order to choose the appropriate power converter. Recommended power converters Buy Now.


Product Details

  • Expert-designed toothbrush replacement heads and patented bristle technology give you a phenomenal clean
  • Brush head design: Tackles hard-to-reach areas
  • Soft floss-tip bristles: Take it easy on your gumline
  • Rubber cups: For a polished finish
  • Tongue cleaner: Helps keep it fresh
  • Electric toothbrush heads: Fits on all hum toothbrushes
  • This toothbrush does not replace flossing
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎2.32 x 1.3 x 9.06 inches (5.9 x 3.3 x 23 cm); 1.28 Ounces (36.29 grams)
Item model number ‏ : ‎CN08132A
UPC ‏ : ‎035000980243
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎AmazonUs/COKT7
ASIN ‏ : ‎B089FC7BMP
Country of Origin ‏ : ‎China
BrandColgate
ColorBlue
Size2 Count (Pack of 1)
MaterialRubber
Age Range (Description)Adult

Description

Color:Blue

hum by Colgate Smart Toothbrush Replacement Heads are designed by experts for a phenomenal clean. These sonic toothbrush replacement heads are designed to help you tackle hard-to-reach areas and features floss-tip bristles that take it easy on your gumline, rubber cups that polish, and a tongue cleaner that helps keep it fresh. Electric toothbrush replacement heads fit on all hum adult toothbrushes.

Customer Questions & Answers

  • Question: Are the toothbrush heads recyclable?

    Answer: Thanks for the hum-tastic question, for the time being, our hum replacement heads are not recyclable, and should be disposed of with regular household waste.
  • Question: Will these heads fit on a Colgate 360 Advanced Whitening sonic battery powered toothbrush?

    Answer: Yes these replacement are compatible with our Colgate 360 Advanced Powered Toothbrush.
  • Question: Where are they manufactured?

    Answer: Sorry about that, we almost missed your humtastic question! Our hum Smart Toothbrush is proudly manufactured in China.
  • Question: Will you be making “sensitive” tooth brush heads?? These are not very soft and hurt my gums.

    Answer: That's a great idea. Thank you for bringing it up, we will definitely keep in mind for future updates.
  • Question: Do you have covers for the brushes while they are charging?

    Answer: We do not have a cover for the brush while charging. That being said, hum does come with a travel case.
  • Question: Can i use blue replacement toothbrush with my teal toothbrush

    Answer: All hum replacement heads are compatible with the rechargeable or battery powered hum, any color.
  • Question: Do all Colgate brand toothbrush heads fit the Hum toothbrush?

    Answer: No, only our hum Replacement brush heads fit our hum brushes.

Customer Ratings

30 customers ratings

  • 5 Star 84%
  • 4 Star 10%
  • 3 Star 4%
  • 2 Star 1%
  • 1 Star 2%

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Customer Reviews

Qu•• ••20

September 22, 2021

Brush your teeth

Love. The guided brushing and the different settings are great.

T.•• ••th

September 22, 2021

A.•• ••L.

September 14, 2021

Give your toothbrush some head

Decent price for replacement heads for my toothbrush.

K.•• ••az

August 24, 2021

Great battery life

Works very well and compact enough to travel with.

Po•• ••om

August 19, 2021

Needed refill heads. Only ones that fir

My husband uses this toothbrush after ignoring others. His gums are healing

Ro•• ••er

July 16, 2021

Great toothbrush

Great product but shipping was not very good. Took forever to get .

Ta•• ••od

July 16, 2021

Way too small compared to 'disappeared' original Black version

Brush heads are too small compared to the original black version that I can't locate

rm•• ••01

July 11, 2021

Guided brushing is a cool feature

Guided brushing is a cool feature, definitely use with the App

Cu•• •• A

July 5, 2021

Does Not fit Colgate

Even though it was advertised as a Colgate replacement, it did Not fit our Colgate toothbrush.

Iv•• ••es

June 29, 2021

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