Woohoo~ I found a perfect alternative to my old Philips toothbrush.
Here is another of my best purchases in 2019 - Alfawise RTB200 LJ-ST206 electric toothbrush has all the functions to meet my brush needs, and it costs under $30.
Just pay a bill for 6 cups of coffee, you can keep a bright smile for more than two years.
I've used the Philips ProtectiveClean 6100 (I paid $109.99 for it at a discount price) before. However, there's something wrong with it now, and I can't switch it on anymore. I took a manual brush as a replacement for about two weeks.
Fortunately, this Alfawise electric toothbrush didn't get me to wait too long. More surprisingly, it didn't disappoint me.
I didn't expect a good-quality toothbrush at this price point.
But when the Alfawise toothbrush arrived, I was amazed at its elegant yet thoughtful package. It looks like a family member of Apple Inc.
Before I ordered this toothbrush, I had read the reviews. Some customers said that no replacement brush heads inside, so I didn't expect a bonus.
As you can see from the pictures, it includes one toothbrush handle, two brush heads, one charging base, one user manual.
The two brushes are in different colors and different shapes, as described - one is for sensitive clean, the other for deep clean. But I didn't figure out which one is for deep clean.
As far as I'm concerned, I prefer the cyan one, it cleans perfect and more thoroughly.
This Alfawise toothbrush comes a cap for the connector, and it seems to protect the connector better.
When I used the toothbrush, I was so surprised at the quality and vibration intensity. Alfawise toothbrush only has 3 optional modes, Clean, Whiten, and Sensitive, which is similar to my old Philips toothbrush of Clean, White, and Gum Care modes.
There are different vibration intensity for the different modes, and it exactly provides the right amount of intensity and enough modes for my teeth cleaning.
When it comes to the cleaning performance, my old Philips provided up to 62000 brush movements per minute while this Alfawise toothbrush only vibrates 48000 times per minute.
But strangely, I couldn't feel any big cleaning differences between them.
Only one noticeable difference is the splashing of Alfawise toothbrush is less than the Philips ProtectiveClean 6100. It should be the result of their different speeds.
Another reason I would recommend this toothbrush is the reliable battery. It only takes 3.5 hours to refill it with juice, but I can use it for about a month, which is double in comparison with my previous Philips toothbrush.
In conclusion, Alfawise RTB200 LJ-ST206 is the best price-performance sonic electric toothbrush I have ever tried. It cleans perfectly.
What's more, on a full charge, it lasts more than 30 days, so you don't have to charge it too often.
If you are looking for a budget-friendly electric toothbrush with basic brushing functions, I would recommend this Alfawise sonic toothbrush.
This electric toothbrush under $30 could do the same job as $100 Philips, Alfawise sonic toothbrush is your can't-miss choice.