Giggo Electric Toothbrush Focuses on Perform Correct Brushing Technique

By simulating Bass brushing technique Giggo electric toothbrush provides a right way to clean your mouth and keep the enamel intact. Like the idea? Let’s continue reading.

Giggo Electric Toothbrush

Appearance features

The Giggo is a practical, noise-free and vibration-free electric toothbrush that focuses on perform correct brushing technique. As we can see from the images, the electric toothbrush shows off a sleek and minimal appearance along with multiple optional housing colors for different senses of style.

Meanwhile, its ergonomic contours and matte finish let you comfortably and firmly hold the electric toothbrush in your hand. The IPX7 housing makes Giggo fully waterproof from brush head to its soft, anti-skid handle.

Giggo Electric Toothbrush

Function features

The Giggo electric toothbrush simulates the Bass brushing technique, a scientifically proved way to keep your teeth clean and health.

Its 360-degree rotatable brush features brushing strength that has been proved to be the most suitable strength to apply on teeth. Furthermore, its high elasticity food grade nylon bristles are soft and flexible, each measures only 0.1mm diameter, so it gently clean your teeth and you won’t worry about it hurting your gum.

Giggo Electric Toothbrush

Moreover, three buttons provide you a simple and handy control experience, and you can control its rotation direction. Apart from these, its rechargeable battery offers 2 months of usage on a single charge of 5-6 hours.

Price and shipment date

The Giggo has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $69 to preorder the electric toothbrush. It will be shipped in December this year.

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