Tech & Science The new premium class among toothbrushes: Oral-B iO - Innovative iO technology
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© Matthias Balk / dpa trainer Tomas Oral from Ingolstadt is on the field before the game begins. coach Tomas Oral has not yet overcome the narrow failure in the promotion relegation with the third division club FC Ingolstadt. "At the moment, I hate sport," said the 47-year-old from "Bild am Sonntag". In time, "as soon as we have signed the first players, sit together and plan" the joy will come back. "I am convinced that we will learn from this situation." Ingolstadt had just missed the direct
The cliché that men only need the bare minimum in the bathroom - when in doubt, water, soap and a manual toothbrush that has seen better days , has long been outdated. Because the opposite is the case: you want the best quality, innovative technology, smart features and stylish, too - that also helps for dental care.
With the new- the first electric toothbrush from Oral-B with a magnetic drive - a toothbrush is now coming onto the market that fulfills all these wishes and much more: The Oral-B iO works for the first time with magnet technology instead of mechanics and combines the proven oscillating-rotating movements with new types of micro-vibrations.
relegation showdown in Ingolstadt
© Getty Images 1. FC Nürnberg (left: Enrico Valentini) wants to make it easier for them to stay in the league in Ingolstadt who will play in the next Bundesliga in the coming season - 1. FC Nürnberg or FC Ingolstadt? The decision will be made this evening in the Audi Sportpark in Ingolstadt, when the third division third Ingolstadt the second division 16. Nuremberg for the relegation second leg ( 2nd Bundesliga relegation, second leg: FC Ingolstadt 04 - 1. FC Nürnberg from 6.15 p.m.
Innovation and proven technology: Oral-B iO
The energy is transferred precisely to the bristle tips. Means: the cleaning energy concentrates on the place where it is most needed. The small, round brush head developed by dentists glides smoothly from tooth to tooth as usual. All models in the new premium class from Oral-B are extremely quiet, very gentle and, thanks to their slim design, lie comfortably in the hand. With more than 250 patents from all over the world, the new brush has a technology that is second to none.
Further smart features make tooth cleaning a walk from now on. You can simply feel good: Even die-hard muffle muffs conjure a smile on your face after the interactive display greets you, through which all functions and settings can be easily controlled. And with that you always get up with the right leg: a flashing smiley will reward you with a smile after the cleaning process. Always? Not always! Only if the brush was satisfied with the cleaning process.
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But that shouldn't be a challenge anymore: In contrast to you, your Oral-B iO knows exactly how hard you have to press. The built-in, intelligent pressure sensor Bimodal Smart Pressure Sensor warns you if you press too hard (red light) or gives the all-clear (green light) if you use the optimal level of pressure. This way, teeth and gums are gently cleaned without putting excessive pressure on them.
Plus: For the first short trip with your loved one in a long time, have you completely forgotten to load the toothbrush? No problem for the Oral-B iO, because its innovative, elegant magnetic charger fully charges it in just three hours. The Oral-B iO is a real high-tech for the bathroom and when traveling.
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