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Quip Electric Toothbrush Reviews From 7 Experts

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Out of 7 experts, 71% would recommend the Quip electric toothbrush.

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The consensus

The Quip electric toothbrush is well designed with a unique sleek look, the usability is easy and simple, and the subscription provides for further convenience. Overall the Quip was well recommended, although with a couple relatively minor downsides.


Expert reviews

ExpertVerdictSummary
CNET
Sarah Mitroff
Yes“If you’ve never made the leap to electric brushes, Quip is a good starting place.” Full review
Ask the Dentist
Mark Burhenne, DDS
Yes“Quip has been one of my toothbrush recommendations since they released their first brush in 2015.” Full review
Tom’s Guide
Henry Casey
No“For those who can remember to get a new toothbrush more often, you can skip the Quip.” Full Review
Electric Teeth
Jon Love
No“Slim, stylish and functional, Quip is particularly good for travelers, thanks to the innovate case come toothbrush holder.” Full review
Authority Dental
Caleb Murphy
Yes“Overall, the quip electric toothbrush is a good buy. Although, as with any toothbrush, it has its downsides, the main one being that the brush didn’t last as long as expected.” Full review
Men’s Health
Louis Baragona
Yes“I don’t think I’ll go back to other brushes anytime soon.” Full review
Inverse
James Dennis
Yes“After spending a week with Quip, I can definitely see why so many people seemed to like it.” Full review

Important information

  • Price ranges form $25 to $40 depending on the model
  • One size and softness
  • Comes with stand and travel tube
  • Subscription option for replaceable heads and toothpaste for $5 each
  • Built in tongue scraper
  • 15,000 brush strokes per minute
  • 2 minute timer, 30 second gaps

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Most common pros

  • Design (7 of 7 experts)
  • Subscription convenience (4 of 7 experts)
  • Single AAA battery easily changeable (2 out of 7 experts)
  • ADA approved (2 out of 7 experts)
  • Oral care advice from dentists (2 out of 7 experts)
  • 2 minute timer (2 out of 7 experts)

Most common cons

  • Too large (2 out of 7 experts)
  • No battery feedback light (2 out of 7 experts)
  • Price compared to higher powered models (2 out of 7 experts)

Who is this most frequently recommended for?

  • Travelers
  • People who forget to buy new toothbrush heads
  • People who enjoy and respect uniquely designed products

Summary

The Quip was across the board commended for its unique and minimalist design. Additionally, the subscription service was well-liked by the majority of experts, due to its ease and solution to the common problem of people forgetting to purchase new toothbrush heads and batteries. 

The rest of the pros and cons were pretty spread out. Experts who had the most excited sentiment about the Quip were enthused with everything from the timer to the ease of travel and battery replacement without any cons at all. 

Those who had more experience with other toothbrushes, brought up the common theme of the  brush head is a bit too large for some mouth and the pricing isn’t too different from more powerful models, albeit it was noted that powerful is not always better. 

The only two that did not recommend the product according to our scoring system, both came in close at a 6/10 score, noting the challenges they had above. 

Overall, the sentiment and recommendations were positive, especially for those who respect simply designed and convenient products. 


Disclaimer: Backed by Experts’s recommendations are independently researched, with opinions that are solely those of Backed by Experts’s authors, and have not been reviewed, approved, or endorsed by any of the Experts or Providers included in the recommendation. Please check the Provider’s and Expert’s websites for most up to date information on their offerings and reviews. The information contained in these posts should be used for informational purposes only. 

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