• R2-白
  • 1(清洁力强)
  • 7(便携盒)
  • 3(长久续航)
  • 5(压力感应
  • R2 WHITE PP 5MODES
  • 6(30秒换区)
  • 2(8个刷头)
  • black
  • white
  • pink

Bitvae R2 Rotating Toothbrush with 8 Brush Heads, 30-Day Battery Life

(262 customer reviews)

$59.99

• Cleans 4X More Plaque: Bitvae electric toothbrush removes 400% more plaque than a normal manual toothbrush thanks to its powerful motor, unique windmill design and arc-cut bristles.
• 8 Replacement Toothbrush Heads:  Includes 6 daily cleaning brush heads, 2 gum care brush heads and a toothbrush head cover. This 8 soft bristle heads provide 2 years of use.
• 30-Day Battery Life: Bitvae R2 rotary electric toothbrush features a 3-hour quick charge battery that lasts up to 30 days, far outperforming other toothbrushes on the market.
• 5 Modes for Various Oral Care Needs: Clean, Sensitive, White, Gum Care, Tongue. The 5 brushing modes are designed to meet all your oral care needs and help maintain a healthy mouth.
• Visible Pressure Sensor Helps Protect Gums:  No more worry about damaging your gums by using excessive force. Our pressure indicator will light up RED to remind you to reduce pressure.
• Toothbrush Travel Case Included: Bitvae electric toothbrush for adults includes with a portable travel case so you can always use this toothbrush while traveling or on a business trip.
• IPX7 Waterproof & 2-Minute Smart Timer: The built-in 2-minute timer control system pulses every 30 seconds to remind you to move on to the next quadrant of your mouth.
• Package Includes: 1 Bitvae R2 Toothbrush Handle, 8 Toothbrush Heads, 1 Travel Case, 1 USB Cable (Adaptor not Included), 1 Instruction Manual.

SKU: 10000 Category:
Electric toothbrush
Electric toothbrush
Ultimate Clean Brush Head

Rounded bristles remove plaque without damaging gums.

Electric toothbrush
Gum Care Brush Head

Ultra-soft 0.01mm bristles provide a gentle clean along the gum line.

Electric toothbrush
Electric toothbrush
Color

Black, White, Pink

262 reviews for Bitvae R2 Rotating Toothbrush with 8 Brush Heads, 30-Day Battery Life

  1. M**K

    I wish it came with a USB charging code for the price.

  2. Customer

    I have gone through alot of all the fancy toothbrushes with the apps, fancy tips, picks and all the bells and whistles. This one is powerful will remind me I’m pushing too hard because gum recession runs in my family, a gum cleansing mode with a tip for it and it feels like I just went to the dentist.Although the tongue cleaner isn’t as rough as I’d like it so I do it multiple times When it automatically stops but other than that perfect.

  3. C. J. Schwartz

    Very satisfied with purchase, use it mostly at the gym in the morning. It stays in my toiletry bag and I use it for travel. Very impressed with the quality and the price. I highly recommend this product.

  4. Lindsey Williams

    When I use this tooth brush my teeth feel very comparable to when you get a cleaning at the dentist. It can really get in the spaces that I can’t usually get with a manual toothbrush. I really enjoy using this just because of the much cleaner feel I get. It came with so many replacement heads which I really appreciated and thought it was a great deal. It has multiple modes for cleaning like if you wanted to switch to your gums so it would be more gentle. My only con is that it seems to die after only two uses. I’m not sure if that’s normal for this brush or if I just got one with a bad battery. I am a little disappointed with that. However, I really like using the toothbrush. i’m not sure that I purchased this exact one again for my reasonings above.Lindsey Williams

  5. Vickie

    I was looking for an electric toothbrush with certain features. Saw this, qualified, bought it. Comes charged, so wondering how charging with USB-C will work. Four stars due to reviews saying can’t find replacement heads but it comes with enough. Even if you have to buy a whole new toothbrush, can’t beat the price! Be careful though, it’s kinda easy to switch to modes(there’s 5)while brushing. Pulses after 30 seconds. Shuts off at 2 minutes. Comes with 2 gray colored heads for sensitive brushing. Smart move!

  6. I. M.

    I’ve not charged this toothbrush yet and have been using it since I unboxed it 9 days ago. So far it’s been great. No plugs hanging from the wall…it takes up little space & has lots of power.

  7. Frequent Shopper

    I had very low expectations with this purchase at this price point, but took a chance. I love this toothbrush! It’s got plenty of power and my only complaint is that I had to “learn” how to hold it without accidentally adjusting the setting. The battery hasn’t run down yet (I plug it in about every 3rd day). I strongly recommend.

  8. Heather Charlton

    Still too early to tell.

  9. ProductTesterProductTester

    This is a good value electric toothbrush – for the price $30 – ($60, and currently with a 50% off coupon), it is hard to beat the value of this brush which comes with the brush, charging cable (no adapter), and 8 brush heads (2 year supply).The brush itself is the rotating head type (similar to the Oral B). More specifically, the brush turns slightly back and forth (not fully rotating) on this brush. The Sonicare brand electric brush is still my favorite (using a back and forth brush side to side motion at a scientifically designed speed to maximize cleaning – even beyond where bristles touch), but I know many like the rotating style as well. It does seem to work well – though not as well as the name brands – but I think the value tradeoff is more than adequate, especially if you are just starting on electric brushes and don’t want to make the investment in a name brand brush and their expensive replacement brush heads.Despite the bargain price, the Bitvae R2 doesn’t skimp on features. This brush has multiple modes (regular, sensitive, gum care tongue cleaning, whitening), a timer (to switch quadrants every 30 seconds). It also has a pressure sensor (though this is mostly visual and hard to see when brushing).The brush charges on any USB-C (the current standard, universal USB plug), which is convenient, and comes with a USB-A to USB-C plug which , though no charging brick. I’m fine with the omission of a brick – more environmental and most of us have many USB-A bricks around and/or USB-C chargers.Minor downsides include size (large, including the part that goes in your mouth) and it is easy to hit the mode change buttons accidentally while using the brush. Cleaning is also (subjectively) not as good as the name brand brushes, but seems acceptable.This is a good, solid electric brush at an excellent value price.

  10. Brittney Marie Alvarado

    Love the toothbrush, it’s setting honestly make my teeth feel really clean

  11. Scott K

    It’s very simple to use and it works very well. Much cheaper than other, similar ones. Leaves me feeling like I just left the dentist’s office. The traveling case and extra brushes make it really perfect!

  12. Simon Pedro

    Entrega rápida y funciona muy bien..excelente calidad del cepillo

  13. Domino

    Works great! It works just as well as my old Oral B electric toothbrush for a fraction of the cost. While I knew the toothbrush didn’t match the base when I bought it, it really bugs me. I wish I would’ve bought the white one. Not a dealbreaker, mind you. I’m just weird that way.

  14. dave nguyen

    First I thought the package is missing the USB charger.I called and complain. The manufactures offers me a $2 back, I didn’t get it.I was looking again and found the USB charger in the small bag which was packing with the brushes.It is embarrassing.My bad! This product is good and very power.

  15. JC

    I love that more and more devices are utilizing USB-C, vs proprietary chargers – makes it so much easier to just have one or two chargers in the bathroom (vs using nail polish to mark the charger and the device it belongs to). Battery life is very good – I literally don’t remember the last time I charged it.The buttons are a bit easy to unintentionally press, especially when you’re squeezing the unit to brush your teeth or repositioning it. This results in turning it off or changing the mode (depending on which button you hit), but I got used to it and learned to avoid it, and haven’t really had to think about it much since. Your mileage may vary.The pressure detection feature is nice – keeps from pushing too hard. One downside (common to some of these units, for what it’s worth) is that you have to turn it on to change mode – this has a separate button for mode (unlike some others), so it would be nice for it to be possible to press the mode button without the head on.The travel case is nice, but all in all it’s fairly large, but that probably speaks to the battery life in some capacity, pun intended.Waffled on 4 vs 5 stars here, but 5 is a pretty high bar. More like 4.5/4.7 perhaps here.

  16. D. Roberts

    This is generally a decent brush, but a few flaws let it down.It comes nicely packaged, the main box contains two other boxes, one has the toothbrush body and case, the other has the brush heads and charging cable, which is a USB-A to USB-C cable with no adapter. Everything is individually wrapped, which is nice because it makes storing the extra brush heads easier.Onto flaw number one. The body of the toothbrush is huge. For some, if you have dexterity issues, that might be a good thing. However, of you don’t have an issue getting things, the size is kind of annoying.Flaw number two, the case has no space for the charging cable. The case is a nice addition, it’s hard plastic so should be great for traveling. However, it only has space for the brush body and two heads. To me, it would make more sense for it to only have space for one head and also a place for the cable. I tried fitting the cable into one of the areas for the head, but they are shaped to fit the head and the cable didn’t fit.In terms of using it, it’s decent and does a good job. The power button is on the top, and then slightly under it’s another button that changes the mode. The only difference I can tell with the modes is the speed of vibration, and that doesn’t seem to have much use. However, and onto flaw three, the mode button is easy to accidently press during brushing, and it’s frustrating to suddenly have much less vibration. The manufacturer has decided that spending 30 seconds on each quadrant of your mouth is best so the brush will pulse it’s vibration every 30 seconds to tell you to move on. I don’t like that, but maybe you will.The last flaw is charging. You don’t get a power adapter so you’ll either need to supply your own, or plug directly into a USB-A port. The charging port is also on the bottom of the brush body so you have to lay the brush down to charge. Maybe not a big deal, but a charging dock would be much more user friendly and mean the brush is never out of charge, and your wouldn’t have to lay it down somewhere.Overall, the brush is decent. It is too big, it doesn’t need the different modes, and the case is a bit useless as it doesn’t hold everything you need. If you can live with those things, I’d say that it would be worth considering at about $30-$35. At a higher price, there are other brushes available that are better.

  17. Renee BeecoRenee Beeco

    Was a little bigger than my spinbrush I have been using but I love the different settings. The only complaint that I have is the cap that fits over the brush will not fit in the travel case. Need to make one side bigger so the brush with the cap can fit otherwise it’s a great product.

  18. Kindle Customer

    It really does the job and is better than the Oral B. My teeth feel cleaner and are looking whiter.

  19. Giovanni Linares

    Gran producto, excelente calidad

  20. Rose K.

    Works great. Easy to use.

  21. Marci

    I have a smaller mouth. So while it brushes well, it A bit hard on the gums and large head is hard to get on the outside back teeth.

  22. Linda W

    All came as descibed. It performs well and has various setting options.

  23. Customer

    I have gone through alot of all the fancy toothbrushes with the apps, fancy tips, picks and all the bells and whistles. This one is powerful will remind me I’m pushing too hard because gum recession runs in my family, a gum cleansing mode with a tip for it and it feels like I just went to the dentist.Although the tongue cleaner isn’t as rough as I’d like it so I do it multiple times When it automatically stops but other than that perfect.

  24. A ReaderA Reader

    To be fair, this review is from a first time user of an electric toothbrush so I have nothing to compare it to.This seems like a really nice product. It is smooth and comfortable to hold and use. For the most part I think it did a great job cleaning my teeth, but I wasn’t comfortable with how well I may or may not have cleaned behind my back teeth. I also didn’t like how it felt cleaning my tongue. So, after thoroughly brushing with this I had to pull out my manual toothbrush and go over things a second time. Maybe in time I will get used to it, but for right now I would say it does about 80 to 90 percent of what I needed it to do.It is great that they include 6 daily cleaning brush heads and 2 gum care brush heads, but they also tell you to change the brush every 3 months. Then they go on to tell you there are enough brushes to last you 2 years, but in reality that is only if you use gum brushes for 6 of the 24 months. I kind of feel like that is stretching the truth a bit if you know what I mean…I personally didn’t like the Smart Timer. I carefully read the instructions, which didn’t mention anything about the types of brushes or when to use them. After that I had already formulated a plan on how I was going to brush my teeth. The 30 second pulsing was distracting at best and then I think the brush just turned itself off when I was supposed to be done, but I wasn’t finished yet. I personally feel like I am capable of turning the device off when I feel like I’m done, so that is an unneeded feature.Ultimately I will continue to try using this until I either get used to it or end up putting it aside. Apparently the list price (according to the Amazon page) is $79.99, which is way too expensive if you ask me. However, it was on sale for only $39.99 when I ordered it and I think that is a fair price. I can’t make up my mind on whether I want to recommend this or not, but it does seem like a nice product. All I can say is to do your research and make an informed decision what product will best suit your individual needs.

  25. Frequent Shopper

    I had very low expectations with this purchase at this price point, but took a chance. I love this toothbrush! It’s got plenty of power and my only complaint is that I had to “learn” how to hold it without accidentally adjusting the setting. The battery hasn’t run down yet (I plug it in about every 3rd day). I strongly recommend.

  26. diverart

    Great toothbrushes. Lightweight and great for travel. Priced much lower than the name brands work great.

  27. Customer

    I have gone through alot of all the fancy toothbrushes with the apps, fancy tips, picks and all the bells and whistles. This one is powerful will remind me I’m pushing too hard because gum recession runs in my family, a gum cleansing mode with a tip for it and it feels like I just went to the dentist.Although the tongue cleaner isn’t as rough as I’d like it so I do it multiple times When it automatically stops but other than that perfect.

  28. Karen H.

    Haven’t owned this very long but, so far has met my expectations.

  29. shopper

    Ease of use… slim design

  30. Wei M.

    After using the toothbrush for a week, I have mixed thoughts:1. While the vibration is strong enough to make it seem like the brush head is rotating, it actually just moves back and forth, which is not as effective as a fully rotating brush.2. The pressure sensor is just a button installed inside the brush, and it can be triggered if the brush head tilts backward due to excessive pressure.3. Cleaning the brush requires removing the head because toothpaste can get inside the tooth head tube.4. Charging the brush is not very convenient because the charging port is located on the bottom of the brush.5. The toothbrush is too bulky for travel, and I would prefer to use a disposable brush.6. There are various modes available, but I find the normal mode too aggressive, so I use the sensitive mode, which vibrates less.Overall, the electric toothbrush does leave my teeth feeling cleaner, and I find it more convenient than a standard toothbrush. However, it is clear that this brush is trying hard to mimic more expensive rotating brushes, and while the visual appearance is there, the performance falls a bit short, BUT considering this brush is a fraction of the price of a premium brush, I find this to be really good especially since it does a way better job than the cheaper vibrating variants.

  31. Linda W

    All came as descibed. It performs well and has various setting options.

  32. lkl

    For this price best toothbrush

  33. Connor

    This is my first electric toothbrush and I have to say it was well worth the money for this. It does everything you want at an amazing affordable price. Will buy more for my family to enjoy too, they are that good

  34. Dawn-Patrice Joseph

    Very versatile product, I’m really enjoying it 10/10

  35. ProductTesterProductTester

    This is a good value electric toothbrush – for the price $30 – ($60, and currently with a 50% off coupon), it is hard to beat the value of this brush which comes with the brush, charging cable (no adapter), and 8 brush heads (2 year supply).The brush itself is the rotating head type (similar to the Oral B). More specifically, the brush turns slightly back and forth (not fully rotating) on this brush. The Sonicare brand electric brush is still my favorite (using a back and forth brush side to side motion at a scientifically designed speed to maximize cleaning – even beyond where bristles touch), but I know many like the rotating style as well. It does seem to work well – though not as well as the name brands – but I think the value tradeoff is more than adequate, especially if you are just starting on electric brushes and don’t want to make the investment in a name brand brush and their expensive replacement brush heads.Despite the bargain price, the Bitvae R2 doesn’t skimp on features. This brush has multiple modes (regular, sensitive, gum care tongue cleaning, whitening), a timer (to switch quadrants every 30 seconds). It also has a pressure sensor (though this is mostly visual and hard to see when brushing).The brush charges on any USB-C (the current standard, universal USB plug), which is convenient, and comes with a USB-A to USB-C plug which , though no charging brick. I’m fine with the omission of a brick – more environmental and most of us have many USB-A bricks around and/or USB-C chargers.Minor downsides include size (large, including the part that goes in your mouth) and it is easy to hit the mode change buttons accidentally while using the brush. Cleaning is also (subjectively) not as good as the name brand brushes, but seems acceptable.This is a good, solid electric brush at an excellent value price.

  36. Whitney

    Bought this for myself and it’s absolutely great for the price! I never felt like my teeth were clean with a regular old toothbrush and what a difference! Teeth feel nice and clean now! Bought two more one for my husband and one for my son!

  37. Patricia R

    Me encantó este cepillo muy útil

  38. Erin

    Surprisingly way better than my oral b electric toothbrush the speeds and the ability to brush my teeth so quickly was great.

  39. Giovanni Linares

    Gran producto, excelente calidad

  40. Domino

    Works great! It works just as well as my old Oral B electric toothbrush for a fraction of the cost. While I knew the toothbrush didn’t match the base when I bought it, it really bugs me. I wish I would’ve bought the white one. Not a dealbreaker, mind you. I’m just weird that way.

  41. Laura B

    Great little set and works better than more expensive one she had prior (oral B), plus the other one died after a little more than a year.

  42. Bibliophile

    My 11 year old wanted a more grown up toothbrush, so I purchased this one for her and she loves it! It comes with plenty of replacement heads for several months, and the travel case is handy too. I find that that case doesn’t always stay closed the way, so I just pop on a rubber band or hair tie to ensure it stays closed in her overnight bag. DEFINITELY recommend! I might even get one for me if my toothbrush ever permanently dies on me!

  43. V

    I’ve had it about a week now and so far so good!

  44. Angela B. Covington

    While I like the different settings for mouth care, it doesn’t seem to be very strong and trying to keep the bottom dry we’re the usb charging port is located is a challenge.

  45. Rick brown

    Good product, worth the ching

  46. RBarnes

    Seems to be well build/good design. Replaced one made by Fairywell purchased on eBay that barely made it past one year of use. I like the different cleaning settings, seems to get the job done!

  47. lkl

    For this price best toothbrush

  48. Scott K

    It’s very simple to use and it works very well. Much cheaper than other, similar ones. Leaves me feeling like I just left the dentist’s office. The traveling case and extra brushes make it really perfect!

  49. A ReaderA Reader

    To be fair, this review is from a first time user of an electric toothbrush so I have nothing to compare it to.This seems like a really nice product. It is smooth and comfortable to hold and use. For the most part I think it did a great job cleaning my teeth, but I wasn’t comfortable with how well I may or may not have cleaned behind my back teeth. I also didn’t like how it felt cleaning my tongue. So, after thoroughly brushing with this I had to pull out my manual toothbrush and go over things a second time. Maybe in time I will get used to it, but for right now I would say it does about 80 to 90 percent of what I needed it to do.It is great that they include 6 daily cleaning brush heads and 2 gum care brush heads, but they also tell you to change the brush every 3 months. Then they go on to tell you there are enough brushes to last you 2 years, but in reality that is only if you use gum brushes for 6 of the 24 months. I kind of feel like that is stretching the truth a bit if you know what I mean…I personally didn’t like the Smart Timer. I carefully read the instructions, which didn’t mention anything about the types of brushes or when to use them. After that I had already formulated a plan on how I was going to brush my teeth. The 30 second pulsing was distracting at best and then I think the brush just turned itself off when I was supposed to be done, but I wasn’t finished yet. I personally feel like I am capable of turning the device off when I feel like I’m done, so that is an unneeded feature.Ultimately I will continue to try using this until I either get used to it or end up putting it aside. Apparently the list price (according to the Amazon page) is $79.99, which is way too expensive if you ask me. However, it was on sale for only $39.99 when I ordered it and I think that is a fair price. I can’t make up my mind on whether I want to recommend this or not, but it does seem like a nice product. All I can say is to do your research and make an informed decision what product will best suit your individual needs.

  50. P. H.

    I used an electric toothbrush years ago and was not a fan, but decided to try again with the Bitvae. The size of the brush head is ideal for me and I had no difficulty brushing the front and back of my teeth. My teeth felt very clean after brushing. The plastic brush head cover snaps on easily and fits well. The handle is not overly heavy or bulky and the travel case is perfect for storing it in a vanity drawer or throwing it in your suitcase. However, I did not realize that after using the 8 heads included in the order, it will essentially mean that the product is useless. I see no option to order additional replacement heads on Amazon or on Bitvae.com, so that limitation might have propelled me to choose another option.

  51. Osiris Castro

    I just love how clean your teeth looks

  52. Rick

    I am pleasantly surprised wirh this product. It has multiple speeds and the charge lasts one week or more using it twice a day. Recommended.

  53. Amazon Customer

    It was great!

  54. C. J. Schwartz

    Very satisfied with purchase, use it mostly at the gym in the morning. It stays in my toiletry bag and I use it for travel. Very impressed with the quality and the price. I highly recommend this product.

  55. Domino

    Works great! It works just as well as my old Oral B electric toothbrush for a fraction of the cost. While I knew the toothbrush didn’t match the base when I bought it, it really bugs me. I wish I would’ve bought the white one. Not a dealbreaker, mind you. I’m just weird that way.

  56. Renee BeecoRenee Beeco

    Was a little bigger than my spinbrush I have been using but I love the different settings. The only complaint that I have is the cap that fits over the brush will not fit in the travel case. Need to make one side bigger so the brush with the cap can fit otherwise it’s a great product.

  57. Amy Fannin

    I was super excited to purchase my very first electric toothbrush. I searched for days from the very cheapest to the most expensive and landed on this one. I am thrilled with my decision to purchase this brand! The charging of the toothbrush is very quick and it holds very well. I love that it comes with a total of 8 heads, eliminating the need to purchase additional replacements. Also depending on the option, there is great speed similar to the more expensive brands. Highly recommend this brand!

  58. Rick brown

    Good product, worth the ching

  59. Amy Fannin

    I was super excited to purchase my very first electric toothbrush. I searched for days from the very cheapest to the most expensive and landed on this one. I am thrilled with my decision to purchase this brand! The charging of the toothbrush is very quick and it holds very well. I love that it comes with a total of 8 heads, eliminating the need to purchase additional replacements. Also depending on the option, there is great speed similar to the more expensive brands. Highly recommend this brand!

  60. dave nguyen

    First I thought the package is missing the USB charger.I called and complain. The manufactures offers me a $2 back, I didn’t get it.I was looking again and found the USB charger in the small bag which was packing with the brushes.It is embarrassing.My bad! This product is good and very power.

  61. Steve Gerek

    This is a good toothbrush for the price. You get several replacement heads too. I like the multiple vibration options and the way it slows down if you’re pressing too hard. The charging is also good so I don’t need to buy more AA batteries. My only issue is the handle is big. Feels like I’m holding a hammer. If you have a big hand then I would recommend this for the price.

  62. Shirley Frazier

    It does the job and will be easy to travel with. Love the case it came in.

  63. Customer

    I have gone through alot of all the fancy toothbrushes with the apps, fancy tips, picks and all the bells and whistles. This one is powerful will remind me I’m pushing too hard because gum recession runs in my family, a gum cleansing mode with a tip for it and it feels like I just went to the dentist.Although the tongue cleaner isn’t as rough as I’d like it so I do it multiple times When it automatically stops but other than that perfect.

  64. hipchicago

    best brush ever, many rotation choices and charge lasted almost 30 days

  65. furleigh

    I like what l have gotten as a product. I only wish it had its own plug as finding from another item can be a bit of challenge.

  66. Amy Fannin

    I was super excited to purchase my very first electric toothbrush. I searched for days from the very cheapest to the most expensive and landed on this one. I am thrilled with my decision to purchase this brand! The charging of the toothbrush is very quick and it holds very well. I love that it comes with a total of 8 heads, eliminating the need to purchase additional replacements. Also depending on the option, there is great speed similar to the more expensive brands. Highly recommend this brand!

  67. Linda M

    My old Oral B died after 10 years, so I replaced it with one I thought was similar….not at all! It vibrated so bad I was afraid that it would loosen my dental work…but I kept using it. My dentist recommended the $200 Oral B one, but I couldn’t justify spending that on a toothbrush. Maybe I should have because the $50 one is now going to cost me about $3000 to replace a bridge that it most likely did damage. Dentist won’t say for sure, but I’m pretty sure I can. I don’t eat hard foods, and the bridge was only a few years old.So… I threw the Oral B in the garbage and after reading the reviews and comments from the seller, I decided to take a chance on this one. So happy that I did. It has multiple settings that are easy to use, and unlike the Oral B one, it doesn’t slip out of my hand as soon as it gets a little wet. Right now I’m using it at a low setting until I finish getting my bridge replaced and set, and then I will try the other settings. But even at the lowest setting, my teeth feel just as clean as with the other one, and it doesn’t sound and feel like there’s a jackhammer in my mouth. I also like that the battery lasts a long time, that’s going to be very handy for traveling. I used to just buy disposable battery operated ones for traveling, but this has a nice case, and I won’t have to worry about charging it every other day, so I can take it anywhere.If you’re on the fence about this one, I say go for it. It’s worth it!

  68. Renee Keglovic

    Love the sleek pink color!!!

  69. D. Roberts

    This is generally a decent brush, but a few flaws let it down.It comes nicely packaged, the main box contains two other boxes, one has the toothbrush body and case, the other has the brush heads and charging cable, which is a USB-A to USB-C cable with no adapter. Everything is individually wrapped, which is nice because it makes storing the extra brush heads easier.Onto flaw number one. The body of the toothbrush is huge. For some, if you have dexterity issues, that might be a good thing. However, of you don’t have an issue getting things, the size is kind of annoying.Flaw number two, the case has no space for the charging cable. The case is a nice addition, it’s hard plastic so should be great for traveling. However, it only has space for the brush body and two heads. To me, it would make more sense for it to only have space for one head and also a place for the cable. I tried fitting the cable into one of the areas for the head, but they are shaped to fit the head and the cable didn’t fit.In terms of using it, it’s decent and does a good job. The power button is on the top, and then slightly under it’s another button that changes the mode. The only difference I can tell with the modes is the speed of vibration, and that doesn’t seem to have much use. However, and onto flaw three, the mode button is easy to accidently press during brushing, and it’s frustrating to suddenly have much less vibration. The manufacturer has decided that spending 30 seconds on each quadrant of your mouth is best so the brush will pulse it’s vibration every 30 seconds to tell you to move on. I don’t like that, but maybe you will.The last flaw is charging. You don’t get a power adapter so you’ll either need to supply your own, or plug directly into a USB-A port. The charging port is also on the bottom of the brush body so you have to lay the brush down to charge. Maybe not a big deal, but a charging dock would be much more user friendly and mean the brush is never out of charge, and your wouldn’t have to lay it down somewhere.Overall, the brush is decent. It is too big, it doesn’t need the different modes, and the case is a bit useless as it doesn’t hold everything you need. If you can live with those things, I’d say that it would be worth considering at about $30-$35. At a higher price, there are other brushes available that are better.

  70. Julie

    Love this toothbrush does a great job

  71. Big T

    So far works very well. Messy as hell because I’m used to the old standard way of brushing. I hope I get better at this.

  72. MirandaWrites

    I like the oral B, but i ordered the wrong one.

  73. Scott K

    It’s very simple to use and it works very well. Much cheaper than other, similar ones. Leaves me feeling like I just left the dentist’s office. The traveling case and extra brushes make it really perfect!

  74. Marci

    I have a smaller mouth. So while it brushes well, it A bit hard on the gums and large head is hard to get on the outside back teeth.

  75. Big T

    So far works very well. Messy as hell because I’m used to the old standard way of brushing. I hope I get better at this.

  76. Amy Fannin

    I was super excited to purchase my very first electric toothbrush. I searched for days from the very cheapest to the most expensive and landed on this one. I am thrilled with my decision to purchase this brand! The charging of the toothbrush is very quick and it holds very well. I love that it comes with a total of 8 heads, eliminating the need to purchase additional replacements. Also depending on the option, there is great speed similar to the more expensive brands. Highly recommend this brand!

  77. Rick

    I am pleasantly surprised wirh this product. It has multiple speeds and the charge lasts one week or more using it twice a day. Recommended.

  78. D. Roberts

    This is generally a decent brush, but a few flaws let it down.It comes nicely packaged, the main box contains two other boxes, one has the toothbrush body and case, the other has the brush heads and charging cable, which is a USB-A to USB-C cable with no adapter. Everything is individually wrapped, which is nice because it makes storing the extra brush heads easier.Onto flaw number one. The body of the toothbrush is huge. For some, if you have dexterity issues, that might be a good thing. However, of you don’t have an issue getting things, the size is kind of annoying.Flaw number two, the case has no space for the charging cable. The case is a nice addition, it’s hard plastic so should be great for traveling. However, it only has space for the brush body and two heads. To me, it would make more sense for it to only have space for one head and also a place for the cable. I tried fitting the cable into one of the areas for the head, but they are shaped to fit the head and the cable didn’t fit.In terms of using it, it’s decent and does a good job. The power button is on the top, and then slightly under it’s another button that changes the mode. The only difference I can tell with the modes is the speed of vibration, and that doesn’t seem to have much use. However, and onto flaw three, the mode button is easy to accidently press during brushing, and it’s frustrating to suddenly have much less vibration. The manufacturer has decided that spending 30 seconds on each quadrant of your mouth is best so the brush will pulse it’s vibration every 30 seconds to tell you to move on. I don’t like that, but maybe you will.The last flaw is charging. You don’t get a power adapter so you’ll either need to supply your own, or plug directly into a USB-A port. The charging port is also on the bottom of the brush body so you have to lay the brush down to charge. Maybe not a big deal, but a charging dock would be much more user friendly and mean the brush is never out of charge, and your wouldn’t have to lay it down somewhere.Overall, the brush is decent. It is too big, it doesn’t need the different modes, and the case is a bit useless as it doesn’t hold everything you need. If you can live with those things, I’d say that it would be worth considering at about $30-$35. At a higher price, there are other brushes available that are better.

  79. ajk388ajk388

    I feel like this is a little overpriced. On the plus side, there’s a number of replacement brushes. However, I don’t see that they currently offer standalone replacement brush heads for this toothbrush once you run out, and it’s a little pricey to be a throwaway toothbrush.The next thing to mention is the pressure sensor. In theory, it should turn red when you’re brushing too hard, since that’s bad for your gums. However, the sensor is not very sensitive and it only turns red when you push so hard that the toothbrush head has trouble turning. I have the oralb version, and it is much better with the pressure sensors; it has different colors depending on whether you brushing too light, just right, or too hard. This toothbrush only has the red sensor for too hard, and the too hard is VERY hard. The pressure sensor feature is definitely not what I was expecting.Here are my other observations:1. The button to change the settings is really annoying. It has an indentation where your thumb would naturally fit there when you’re brushing your teeth. The problem is that causes you to keep pushing the button and changing the settings by accident while you’re brushing your teeth. This is the only toothbrush where I’ve had that problem before.2. You need to remove the brush head after every use, otherwise the water collects at the base of the toothbrush.3. It includes a nice carry case. However, this toothbrush is large and bulky so it is not ideal for travel.4. Another aspect that I didn’t like that much is there’s no charging base. You need to pop out the bottom plate and plug a USB/c cable into the toothbrush.5. The toothbrush doesn’t rotate in a circle, it just bounces back and forth from left to right and has a turning radius of only about half a centimeter. The vibration causes it to turn back and forth.In summary, this toothbrush works fine; however, there are definitely areas for improvement including the location of the button to change settings, the sensitivity of the red pressure light, the method to charge it, and the availability of standalone replacement toothbrush heads. Also, I think the price is a little high for what you get.

  80. Bibliophile

    My 11 year old wanted a more grown up toothbrush, so I purchased this one for her and she loves it! It comes with plenty of replacement heads for several months, and the travel case is handy too. I find that that case doesn’t always stay closed the way, so I just pop on a rubber band or hair tie to ensure it stays closed in her overnight bag. DEFINITELY recommend! I might even get one for me if my toothbrush ever permanently dies on me!

  81. GiGi

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this toothbrush. Cleans your teeth and gums like no other electric toothbrush I have used and I have tried plenty. Brush heads VERY EASY to remove and clean. Will order again when necessary. Thank you for an excellent product!!! Very satisfied customer!!!!

  82. Whitney

    Bought this for myself and it’s absolutely great for the price! I never felt like my teeth were clean with a regular old toothbrush and what a difference! Teeth feel nice and clean now! Bought two more one for my husband and one for my son!

  83. diverart

    Great toothbrushes. Lightweight and great for travel. Priced much lower than the name brands work great.

  84. Bibliophile

    My 11 year old wanted a more grown up toothbrush, so I purchased this one for her and she loves it! It comes with plenty of replacement heads for several months, and the travel case is handy too. I find that that case doesn’t always stay closed the way, so I just pop on a rubber band or hair tie to ensure it stays closed in her overnight bag. DEFINITELY recommend! I might even get one for me if my toothbrush ever permanently dies on me!

  85. Brittney Marie Alvarado

    Love the toothbrush, it’s setting honestly make my teeth feel really clean

  86. I. M.

    I’ve not charged this toothbrush yet and have been using it since I unboxed it 9 days ago. So far it’s been great. No plugs hanging from the wall…it takes up little space & has lots of power.

  87. Stone Dog

    I got this because I am always looking for a faster and more effective way of cleaning my teeth – a chore I really dislike. This Bitvae rotating head model does seem efficient.First of all, it’s got a small brush head that is circular and spins at high speed. That’s mostly good as it puts the maximum amount of bristles on the tooth at one time. The bad thing is that it won’t hold much in the way of tootpaste so you’ll have to put more on halfway through the job. Also, if you touch your teeth with the brush head, it’s jarring!It has a power switch…which as is common with these things…is right where your thumb naturally will rest while holding it so you’ll accidently turn it off at some point during a toothbrushing session. It has five settings which vary the speed at which the brush head revolves: Clean, Sensitive, White, Gum Care and Tongue. The latter two are very gentle.It’s powered by an internal, rechargeable battery that can be charged by the ubiquitous USB-C cable. One good thing is that it comes with eight brush heads so you won’t have to reorder for a while.

  88. Heather Charlton

    Still too early to tell.

  89. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been battling yellow tooth plaque with it still remaining after deep cleanings at the dentist. I also have braces. After using this brush for only 1 week, my teeth are at least 3 shades lighter and I don’t notice the dingy yellow plaque around the gum area. This is a must have device if you care about your teeth and gum health. The price is amazing.

  90. diverart

    Great toothbrushes. Lightweight and great for travel. Priced much lower than the name brands work great.

  91. Jillian/JonJillian/Jon

    I have to admit, I was a little concerned how this toothbrush would be since it was an off brand electric toothbrush. But, when I got it and used it for the first time – I was very happy with how it performed. Love the multiple modes it offers and love having the indicator to let me know if I’m brushing too hard. Definitely a great electric toothbrush without the hefty expense like others.

  92. Rocklin Rollings

    Hi, this review is of the Bitvae R2 Rotating Electric Toothbrush for Adults with 8 Brush Heads, 5 Modes Rechargeable Power Toothbrush with Pressure Sensor, Pink.I ordered this for my girlfriend because she wanted an electric toothbrush with round bristles like at the dentist’s office.I was a little hesitant because it is not a name brand.I was impressed when I opened the box.It ships with a nice case, and the handle/body of the toothbrush looks and feels nice as well.There was another small box that contained the hygienically wrapped brush heads and the USB-A to USB-C cable. No charger is included.When traveling we always have several USB cables, chargers and adapters with us. If that’s not you, then you’ll have to pack a separate cable and charger because they don’t fit inside the supplied case. Obviously, that depends on how long you stay, and how many times you brush your teeth, i.e., it might not need to be charged while on the road.A flaw with so many modern devices is that you can press a function, mode or power button accidentally. My girlfriend said that it was little annoying at first, but by simply moving her grip a little further down the handle solved that problem.Storing might be a little annoying if you don’t already have a toothbrush holder that fits a wider body brush. The case is nice for travel but takes up space on the countertop.Also, I think this would have been a nice toothbrush for my elderly mother as she had difficulty grasping smaller handled toothbrushes, utensils and the like. She would often drop them, or simply couldn’t control the angle very well. I made her a set of large handled eating utensils and she was able to feed herself after that.I can only rate the Bitvae compared to a worn-out sonic toothbrush with a straight vibrating brush head. My girlfriend likes the rotating head over the straight ones. She feels it does a better job cleaning between her teeth. And “It just feels cleaner and smoother.”The one thing that is mildly missed is the charging dock. The brush’s body on the name brand brush has a circular hole in the bottom with a magnetic base that holds it securely in place. It’s really not that big of deal because we have a holder and simply plug this Bitvae into a separate charger when it needs charging.There are similar rotating brushes for sale, but not being able to test them side-by-side makes it’s difficult to rate them for quality.At the current price of $39.99 we both feel this a good deal especially compared to the name brand sonic brush that cost over $100. And the Bitvae does a better job in my girlfriend’s opinion.If you receive the same quality brush that my girlfriend received, then I think you’ll be happy with it. Take into account some of the adjustments in gripping, charging, the need of a larger holder, etc. I hope that helps.

  93. GiGi

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this toothbrush. Cleans your teeth and gums like no other electric toothbrush I have used and I have tried plenty. Brush heads VERY EASY to remove and clean. Will order again when necessary. Thank you for an excellent product!!! Very satisfied customer!!!!

  94. Frequent Shopper

    I had very low expectations with this purchase at this price point, but took a chance. I love this toothbrush! It’s got plenty of power and my only complaint is that I had to “learn” how to hold it without accidentally adjusting the setting. The battery hasn’t run down yet (I plug it in about every 3rd day). I strongly recommend.

  95. Brittney Marie Alvarado

    Love the toothbrush, it’s setting honestly make my teeth feel really clean

  96. Vera

    Love this compact electric toothbrush! Very powerful, battery lasted about 3 days before needing recharging. Comes with replacement heads and a travel bag. I feel like my teeth have gotten the best cleaning after using!

  97. Scott K

    It’s very simple to use and it works very well. Much cheaper than other, similar ones. Leaves me feeling like I just left the dentist’s office. The traveling case and extra brushes make it really perfect!

  98. GiGi

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this toothbrush. Cleans your teeth and gums like no other electric toothbrush I have used and I have tried plenty. Brush heads VERY EASY to remove and clean. Will order again when necessary. Thank you for an excellent product!!! Very satisfied customer!!!!

  99. Ron

    Absolutely loved it for the 4 weeks it worked. It started switching between functions on its own, and then died altogether. I’m 4 days past my return date, so can’t send it back. Hoping they’ll see this and send me another one.

  100. Cyn

    I like how well it cleans my wisdom teeth in the back, as thats the main reason I wanted to get an electric toothbrush. The main function is a bit harsh though, so had to switch to sensitive. Also sad mine just came with 8 regular heads, where it seemed others got 6 regular and 2 gum care. Would have liked the gum care heads and not sure where to buy, as the regular head was also harsh on my gums. But still great product 👌

  101. Renee BeecoRenee Beeco

    Was a little bigger than my spinbrush I have been using but I love the different settings. The only complaint that I have is the cap that fits over the brush will not fit in the travel case. Need to make one side bigger so the brush with the cap can fit otherwise it’s a great product.

  102. Giovanni Linares

    Gran producto, excelente calidad

  103. Shirley Frazier

    It does the job and will be easy to travel with. Love the case it came in.

  104. Marci

    I have a smaller mouth. So while it brushes well, it A bit hard on the gums and large head is hard to get on the outside back teeth.

  105. LuvPugs

    It is a great toothbrush but my fingers keep touching the levels on the side while i brush because it gets wet and they slide. So it changes the levels. I wish there was a way to keep from touching the levels on the side while you brush.

  106. Wei M.

    After using the toothbrush for a week, I have mixed thoughts:1. While the vibration is strong enough to make it seem like the brush head is rotating, it actually just moves back and forth, which is not as effective as a fully rotating brush.2. The pressure sensor is just a button installed inside the brush, and it can be triggered if the brush head tilts backward due to excessive pressure.3. Cleaning the brush requires removing the head because toothpaste can get inside the tooth head tube.4. Charging the brush is not very convenient because the charging port is located on the bottom of the brush.5. The toothbrush is too bulky for travel, and I would prefer to use a disposable brush.6. There are various modes available, but I find the normal mode too aggressive, so I use the sensitive mode, which vibrates less.Overall, the electric toothbrush does leave my teeth feeling cleaner, and I find it more convenient than a standard toothbrush. However, it is clear that this brush is trying hard to mimic more expensive rotating brushes, and while the visual appearance is there, the performance falls a bit short, BUT considering this brush is a fraction of the price of a premium brush, I find this to be really good especially since it does a way better job than the cheaper vibrating variants.

  107. A ReaderA Reader

    To be fair, this review is from a first time user of an electric toothbrush so I have nothing to compare it to.This seems like a really nice product. It is smooth and comfortable to hold and use. For the most part I think it did a great job cleaning my teeth, but I wasn’t comfortable with how well I may or may not have cleaned behind my back teeth. I also didn’t like how it felt cleaning my tongue. So, after thoroughly brushing with this I had to pull out my manual toothbrush and go over things a second time. Maybe in time I will get used to it, but for right now I would say it does about 80 to 90 percent of what I needed it to do.It is great that they include 6 daily cleaning brush heads and 2 gum care brush heads, but they also tell you to change the brush every 3 months. Then they go on to tell you there are enough brushes to last you 2 years, but in reality that is only if you use gum brushes for 6 of the 24 months. I kind of feel like that is stretching the truth a bit if you know what I mean…I personally didn’t like the Smart Timer. I carefully read the instructions, which didn’t mention anything about the types of brushes or when to use them. After that I had already formulated a plan on how I was going to brush my teeth. The 30 second pulsing was distracting at best and then I think the brush just turned itself off when I was supposed to be done, but I wasn’t finished yet. I personally feel like I am capable of turning the device off when I feel like I’m done, so that is an unneeded feature.Ultimately I will continue to try using this until I either get used to it or end up putting it aside. Apparently the list price (according to the Amazon page) is $79.99, which is way too expensive if you ask me. However, it was on sale for only $39.99 when I ordered it and I think that is a fair price. I can’t make up my mind on whether I want to recommend this or not, but it does seem like a nice product. All I can say is to do your research and make an informed decision what product will best suit your individual needs.

  108. ShellieShellie

    Bitvae Rotating Electric Toothbrush for Adults with 8 Brush Heads is product being reviewed.Overall, I liked this brush but did find several things that I didn’t care for.First, I liked that it had a number of different settings! I almost always use a sensitive setting but it was nice to have the gum massage setting since I do believe that for overall health, gum massage can be beneficial. I found the sensitive setting was very gentle and that is crazy important as I do not have great teeth. It didn’t get toothpaste all over the place and the instructions on use were really clear. The timer is always a nice addition since most of us definitely don’t brush long enough! Pressure sensor was a benefit as well…I’m a hard scrubber and being warned was great! It also came with five brush heads so you’d be all set for awhile.The things I didn’t like were that the head of the brush is a round shape and feels much larger than average. I have a very small mouth and several extracted teeth to maneuver around and I found it awkward at best to do so. I would love the opportunity to get smaller heads. I also found the buttons were being hit by my hand no matter where I placed my fingers. It was entirely too easy to adjust a setting by accident just during a brushing.Overall, I liked this brush but won’t be using it everyday since it’s just not as comfortable as I’d like. But I would recommend.

  109. RBarnes

    Seems to be well build/good design. Replaced one made by Fairywell purchased on eBay that barely made it past one year of use. I like the different cleaning settings, seems to get the job done!

  110. Cyn

    I like how well it cleans my wisdom teeth in the back, as thats the main reason I wanted to get an electric toothbrush. The main function is a bit harsh though, so had to switch to sensitive. Also sad mine just came with 8 regular heads, where it seemed others got 6 regular and 2 gum care. Would have liked the gum care heads and not sure where to buy, as the regular head was also harsh on my gums. But still great product 👌

  111. Brooke WillemsenBrooke Willemsen

    Can’t press too hard or it stops spinning but I will say now I have to order another because my son has stolen mine because the different settings and pressure, I might add he’s 8. But I’ll most certainly say I really do love this toothbrush and happy it comes with a year supply of heads on it so don’t have to buy more. Also the charger cord comes with and you’ll have to have the part that plugs into the wall as that doesn’t come with.

  112. Linda M

    My old Oral B died after 10 years, so I replaced it with one I thought was similar….not at all! It vibrated so bad I was afraid that it would loosen my dental work…but I kept using it. My dentist recommended the $200 Oral B one, but I couldn’t justify spending that on a toothbrush. Maybe I should have because the $50 one is now going to cost me about $3000 to replace a bridge that it most likely did damage. Dentist won’t say for sure, but I’m pretty sure I can. I don’t eat hard foods, and the bridge was only a few years old.So… I threw the Oral B in the garbage and after reading the reviews and comments from the seller, I decided to take a chance on this one. So happy that I did. It has multiple settings that are easy to use, and unlike the Oral B one, it doesn’t slip out of my hand as soon as it gets a little wet. Right now I’m using it at a low setting until I finish getting my bridge replaced and set, and then I will try the other settings. But even at the lowest setting, my teeth feel just as clean as with the other one, and it doesn’t sound and feel like there’s a jackhammer in my mouth. I also like that the battery lasts a long time, that’s going to be very handy for traveling. I used to just buy disposable battery operated ones for traveling, but this has a nice case, and I won’t have to worry about charging it every other day, so I can take it anywhere.If you’re on the fence about this one, I say go for it. It’s worth it!

  113. Linda W

    All came as descibed. It performs well and has various setting options.

  114. Yuliani

    I charged the toothbrush before use. The control is easy to follow and has a good power. It has a good size for hand grip. The only issue is the brush head is too big and not soft enough. I don’t feel clean afterwards. The price is reasonable, I only have to find the right brush head.

  115. Chi C.

    I am not sure if it’s the brush head or the toothbrush itself, but for some reason, after I’m done with brushing, my teeth just doesn’t feel as clean as it does after I’m done with other electric toothbrushes. It may also be that I’m more used to the longer brush heads, so I’m just not as comfortable with the spinning brush. Either way, I feel like I need to do another pass with a different brush after I’m done using this one.Other than that, I am very happy with the contents of the package. It comes with a travel case, which most other toothbrushes don’t include. So it makes packing this up for travel a breeze. There’s also more brush heads included than other brands, so that’s another plus. Other than that, it’s pretty much like a standard electric brush, although it doesn’t feel slightly larger than ones that I have used in the past. Maybe with time, as I get more used to the spin head type brush, I will enjoy using this one a bit more.

  116. Domino

    Works great! It works just as well as my old Oral B electric toothbrush for a fraction of the cost. While I knew the toothbrush didn’t match the base when I bought it, it really bugs me. I wish I would’ve bought the white one. Not a dealbreaker, mind you. I’m just weird that way.

  117. Linda M

    My old Oral B died after 10 years, so I replaced it with one I thought was similar….not at all! It vibrated so bad I was afraid that it would loosen my dental work…but I kept using it. My dentist recommended the $200 Oral B one, but I couldn’t justify spending that on a toothbrush. Maybe I should have because the $50 one is now going to cost me about $3000 to replace a bridge that it most likely did damage. Dentist won’t say for sure, but I’m pretty sure I can. I don’t eat hard foods, and the bridge was only a few years old.So… I threw the Oral B in the garbage and after reading the reviews and comments from the seller, I decided to take a chance on this one. So happy that I did. It has multiple settings that are easy to use, and unlike the Oral B one, it doesn’t slip out of my hand as soon as it gets a little wet. Right now I’m using it at a low setting until I finish getting my bridge replaced and set, and then I will try the other settings. But even at the lowest setting, my teeth feel just as clean as with the other one, and it doesn’t sound and feel like there’s a jackhammer in my mouth. I also like that the battery lasts a long time, that’s going to be very handy for traveling. I used to just buy disposable battery operated ones for traveling, but this has a nice case, and I won’t have to worry about charging it every other day, so I can take it anywhere.If you’re on the fence about this one, I say go for it. It’s worth it!

  118. LuvPugs

    It is a great toothbrush but my fingers keep touching the levels on the side while i brush because it gets wet and they slide. So it changes the levels. I wish there was a way to keep from touching the levels on the side while you brush.

  119. ProductTesterProductTester

    This is a good value electric toothbrush – for the price $30 – ($60, and currently with a 50% off coupon), it is hard to beat the value of this brush which comes with the brush, charging cable (no adapter), and 8 brush heads (2 year supply).The brush itself is the rotating head type (similar to the Oral B). More specifically, the brush turns slightly back and forth (not fully rotating) on this brush. The Sonicare brand electric brush is still my favorite (using a back and forth brush side to side motion at a scientifically designed speed to maximize cleaning – even beyond where bristles touch), but I know many like the rotating style as well. It does seem to work well – though not as well as the name brands – but I think the value tradeoff is more than adequate, especially if you are just starting on electric brushes and don’t want to make the investment in a name brand brush and their expensive replacement brush heads.Despite the bargain price, the Bitvae R2 doesn’t skimp on features. This brush has multiple modes (regular, sensitive, gum care tongue cleaning, whitening), a timer (to switch quadrants every 30 seconds). It also has a pressure sensor (though this is mostly visual and hard to see when brushing).The brush charges on any USB-C (the current standard, universal USB plug), which is convenient, and comes with a USB-A to USB-C plug which , though no charging brick. I’m fine with the omission of a brick – more environmental and most of us have many USB-A bricks around and/or USB-C chargers.Minor downsides include size (large, including the part that goes in your mouth) and it is easy to hit the mode change buttons accidentally while using the brush. Cleaning is also (subjectively) not as good as the name brand brushes, but seems acceptable.This is a good, solid electric brush at an excellent value price.

  120. GiGi

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this toothbrush. Cleans your teeth and gums like no other electric toothbrush I have used and I have tried plenty. Brush heads VERY EASY to remove and clean. Will order again when necessary. Thank you for an excellent product!!! Very satisfied customer!!!!

  121. Cyn

    I like how well it cleans my wisdom teeth in the back, as thats the main reason I wanted to get an electric toothbrush. The main function is a bit harsh though, so had to switch to sensitive. Also sad mine just came with 8 regular heads, where it seemed others got 6 regular and 2 gum care. Would have liked the gum care heads and not sure where to buy, as the regular head was also harsh on my gums. But still great product 👌

  122. hipchicago

    best brush ever, many rotation choices and charge lasted almost 30 days

  123. Rick

    I am pleasantly surprised wirh this product. It has multiple speeds and the charge lasts one week or more using it twice a day. Recommended.

  124. Connor

    This is my first electric toothbrush and I have to say it was well worth the money for this. It does everything you want at an amazing affordable price. Will buy more for my family to enjoy too, they are that good

  125. Amazon Customer

    It was great!

  126. Wei M.

    After using the toothbrush for a week, I have mixed thoughts:1. While the vibration is strong enough to make it seem like the brush head is rotating, it actually just moves back and forth, which is not as effective as a fully rotating brush.2. The pressure sensor is just a button installed inside the brush, and it can be triggered if the brush head tilts backward due to excessive pressure.3. Cleaning the brush requires removing the head because toothpaste can get inside the tooth head tube.4. Charging the brush is not very convenient because the charging port is located on the bottom of the brush.5. The toothbrush is too bulky for travel, and I would prefer to use a disposable brush.6. There are various modes available, but I find the normal mode too aggressive, so I use the sensitive mode, which vibrates less.Overall, the electric toothbrush does leave my teeth feeling cleaner, and I find it more convenient than a standard toothbrush. However, it is clear that this brush is trying hard to mimic more expensive rotating brushes, and while the visual appearance is there, the performance falls a bit short, BUT considering this brush is a fraction of the price of a premium brush, I find this to be really good especially since it does a way better job than the cheaper vibrating variants.

  127. Kevin Welch

    I was needing to replace my old electric toothbrush and I saw this and figured I’d take a chance and grab it. I’m honestly really happy I did. Electric toothbrushes can be super expensive for seemingly no reason. This one proves that they don’t need to be all that expensive – this works as it’s suppose to, I love that it has different modes, I LOVE that it comes with a travel case, and I appreciate, so much, that it comes with so many extra heads.

  128. Billygoat

    No battery status indicator for percentage charge. All you get is full or empty. However, for a toothbrush, not so important. Seems to do a superior job to my previous sonic vibrators. So far I am happy with it. Lets see jhow long it lasts. They did provide plenty of brush heads.

  129. hipchicago

    best brush ever, many rotation choices and charge lasted almost 30 days

  130. ajk388ajk388

    I feel like this is a little overpriced. On the plus side, there’s a number of replacement brushes. However, I don’t see that they currently offer standalone replacement brush heads for this toothbrush once you run out, and it’s a little pricey to be a throwaway toothbrush.The next thing to mention is the pressure sensor. In theory, it should turn red when you’re brushing too hard, since that’s bad for your gums. However, the sensor is not very sensitive and it only turns red when you push so hard that the toothbrush head has trouble turning. I have the oralb version, and it is much better with the pressure sensors; it has different colors depending on whether you brushing too light, just right, or too hard. This toothbrush only has the red sensor for too hard, and the too hard is VERY hard. The pressure sensor feature is definitely not what I was expecting.Here are my other observations:1. The button to change the settings is really annoying. It has an indentation where your thumb would naturally fit there when you’re brushing your teeth. The problem is that causes you to keep pushing the button and changing the settings by accident while you’re brushing your teeth. This is the only toothbrush where I’ve had that problem before.2. You need to remove the brush head after every use, otherwise the water collects at the base of the toothbrush.3. It includes a nice carry case. However, this toothbrush is large and bulky so it is not ideal for travel.4. Another aspect that I didn’t like that much is there’s no charging base. You need to pop out the bottom plate and plug a USB/c cable into the toothbrush.5. The toothbrush doesn’t rotate in a circle, it just bounces back and forth from left to right and has a turning radius of only about half a centimeter. The vibration causes it to turn back and forth.In summary, this toothbrush works fine; however, there are definitely areas for improvement including the location of the button to change settings, the sensitivity of the red pressure light, the method to charge it, and the availability of standalone replacement toothbrush heads. Also, I think the price is a little high for what you get.

  131. Renee Keglovic

    Love the sleek pink color!!!

  132. A ReaderA Reader

    To be fair, this review is from a first time user of an electric toothbrush so I have nothing to compare it to.This seems like a really nice product. It is smooth and comfortable to hold and use. For the most part I think it did a great job cleaning my teeth, but I wasn’t comfortable with how well I may or may not have cleaned behind my back teeth. I also didn’t like how it felt cleaning my tongue. So, after thoroughly brushing with this I had to pull out my manual toothbrush and go over things a second time. Maybe in time I will get used to it, but for right now I would say it does about 80 to 90 percent of what I needed it to do.It is great that they include 6 daily cleaning brush heads and 2 gum care brush heads, but they also tell you to change the brush every 3 months. Then they go on to tell you there are enough brushes to last you 2 years, but in reality that is only if you use gum brushes for 6 of the 24 months. I kind of feel like that is stretching the truth a bit if you know what I mean…I personally didn’t like the Smart Timer. I carefully read the instructions, which didn’t mention anything about the types of brushes or when to use them. After that I had already formulated a plan on how I was going to brush my teeth. The 30 second pulsing was distracting at best and then I think the brush just turned itself off when I was supposed to be done, but I wasn’t finished yet. I personally feel like I am capable of turning the device off when I feel like I’m done, so that is an unneeded feature.Ultimately I will continue to try using this until I either get used to it or end up putting it aside. Apparently the list price (according to the Amazon page) is $79.99, which is way too expensive if you ask me. However, it was on sale for only $39.99 when I ordered it and I think that is a fair price. I can’t make up my mind on whether I want to recommend this or not, but it does seem like a nice product. All I can say is to do your research and make an informed decision what product will best suit your individual needs.

  133. diverart

    Great toothbrushes. Lightweight and great for travel. Priced much lower than the name brands work great.

  134. dave nguyen

    First I thought the package is missing the USB charger.I called and complain. The manufactures offers me a $2 back, I didn’t get it.I was looking again and found the USB charger in the small bag which was packing with the brushes.It is embarrassing.My bad! This product is good and very power.

  135. Heather Charlton

    Still too early to tell.

  136. Rick brown

    Good product, worth the ching

  137. Domino

    Works great! It works just as well as my old Oral B electric toothbrush for a fraction of the cost. While I knew the toothbrush didn’t match the base when I bought it, it really bugs me. I wish I would’ve bought the white one. Not a dealbreaker, mind you. I’m just weird that way.

  138. Whitney

    Bought this for myself and it’s absolutely great for the price! I never felt like my teeth were clean with a regular old toothbrush and what a difference! Teeth feel nice and clean now! Bought two more one for my husband and one for my son!

  139. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been battling yellow tooth plaque with it still remaining after deep cleanings at the dentist. I also have braces. After using this brush for only 1 week, my teeth are at least 3 shades lighter and I don’t notice the dingy yellow plaque around the gum area. This is a must have device if you care about your teeth and gum health. The price is amazing.

  140. Vickie

    I was looking for an electric toothbrush with certain features. Saw this, qualified, bought it. Comes charged, so wondering how charging with USB-C will work. Four stars due to reviews saying can’t find replacement heads but it comes with enough. Even if you have to buy a whole new toothbrush, can’t beat the price! Be careful though, it’s kinda easy to switch to modes(there’s 5)while brushing. Pulses after 30 seconds. Shuts off at 2 minutes. Comes with 2 gray colored heads for sensitive brushing. Smart move!

  141. Dude & Emah

    I opted for a less expensive toothbrush when my name brand electric toothbrush stopped working. Bad decision. After one month it would no longer power on. I feel like I wasted $40. I’m going back to the brand I know and trust.

  142. V

    I’ve had it about a week now and so far so good!

  143. Maryann johnson

    I have bought 2 of the quartz pink ,one for me one for my niece. we both love the product doesn’t take up much room on your counter. It’s also good for traveling the colors very pretty and I haven’t had to recharge it very much. It works perfect. It works perfect enough that I’m going to be ordering two more as birthday gifts to be sent to friends.

  144. shopper

    Ease of use… slim design

  145. Rick brown

    Good product, worth the ching

  146. Rose K.

    Works great. Easy to use.

  147. JC

    I love that more and more devices are utilizing USB-C, vs proprietary chargers – makes it so much easier to just have one or two chargers in the bathroom (vs using nail polish to mark the charger and the device it belongs to). Battery life is very good – I literally don’t remember the last time I charged it.The buttons are a bit easy to unintentionally press, especially when you’re squeezing the unit to brush your teeth or repositioning it. This results in turning it off or changing the mode (depending on which button you hit), but I got used to it and learned to avoid it, and haven’t really had to think about it much since. Your mileage may vary.The pressure detection feature is nice – keeps from pushing too hard. One downside (common to some of these units, for what it’s worth) is that you have to turn it on to change mode – this has a separate button for mode (unlike some others), so it would be nice for it to be possible to press the mode button without the head on.The travel case is nice, but all in all it’s fairly large, but that probably speaks to the battery life in some capacity, pun intended.Waffled on 4 vs 5 stars here, but 5 is a pretty high bar. More like 4.5/4.7 perhaps here.

  148. Stone Dog

    I got this because I am always looking for a faster and more effective way of cleaning my teeth – a chore I really dislike. This Bitvae rotating head model does seem efficient.First of all, it’s got a small brush head that is circular and spins at high speed. That’s mostly good as it puts the maximum amount of bristles on the tooth at one time. The bad thing is that it won’t hold much in the way of tootpaste so you’ll have to put more on halfway through the job. Also, if you touch your teeth with the brush head, it’s jarring!It has a power switch…which as is common with these things…is right where your thumb naturally will rest while holding it so you’ll accidently turn it off at some point during a toothbrushing session. It has five settings which vary the speed at which the brush head revolves: Clean, Sensitive, White, Gum Care and Tongue. The latter two are very gentle.It’s powered by an internal, rechargeable battery that can be charged by the ubiquitous USB-C cable. One good thing is that it comes with eight brush heads so you won’t have to reorder for a while.

  149. Connor

    This is my first electric toothbrush and I have to say it was well worth the money for this. It does everything you want at an amazing affordable price. Will buy more for my family to enjoy too, they are that good

  150. Linda M

    My old Oral B died after 10 years, so I replaced it with one I thought was similar….not at all! It vibrated so bad I was afraid that it would loosen my dental work…but I kept using it. My dentist recommended the $200 Oral B one, but I couldn’t justify spending that on a toothbrush. Maybe I should have because the $50 one is now going to cost me about $3000 to replace a bridge that it most likely did damage. Dentist won’t say for sure, but I’m pretty sure I can. I don’t eat hard foods, and the bridge was only a few years old.So… I threw the Oral B in the garbage and after reading the reviews and comments from the seller, I decided to take a chance on this one. So happy that I did. It has multiple settings that are easy to use, and unlike the Oral B one, it doesn’t slip out of my hand as soon as it gets a little wet. Right now I’m using it at a low setting until I finish getting my bridge replaced and set, and then I will try the other settings. But even at the lowest setting, my teeth feel just as clean as with the other one, and it doesn’t sound and feel like there’s a jackhammer in my mouth. I also like that the battery lasts a long time, that’s going to be very handy for traveling. I used to just buy disposable battery operated ones for traveling, but this has a nice case, and I won’t have to worry about charging it every other day, so I can take it anywhere.If you’re on the fence about this one, I say go for it. It’s worth it!

  151. lkl

    For this price best toothbrush

  152. Vickie

    I was looking for an electric toothbrush with certain features. Saw this, qualified, bought it. Comes charged, so wondering how charging with USB-C will work. Four stars due to reviews saying can’t find replacement heads but it comes with enough. Even if you have to buy a whole new toothbrush, can’t beat the price! Be careful though, it’s kinda easy to switch to modes(there’s 5)while brushing. Pulses after 30 seconds. Shuts off at 2 minutes. Comes with 2 gray colored heads for sensitive brushing. Smart move!

  153. Stone Dog

    I got this because I am always looking for a faster and more effective way of cleaning my teeth – a chore I really dislike. This Bitvae rotating head model does seem efficient.First of all, it’s got a small brush head that is circular and spins at high speed. That’s mostly good as it puts the maximum amount of bristles on the tooth at one time. The bad thing is that it won’t hold much in the way of tootpaste so you’ll have to put more on halfway through the job. Also, if you touch your teeth with the brush head, it’s jarring!It has a power switch…which as is common with these things…is right where your thumb naturally will rest while holding it so you’ll accidently turn it off at some point during a toothbrushing session. It has five settings which vary the speed at which the brush head revolves: Clean, Sensitive, White, Gum Care and Tongue. The latter two are very gentle.It’s powered by an internal, rechargeable battery that can be charged by the ubiquitous USB-C cable. One good thing is that it comes with eight brush heads so you won’t have to reorder for a while.

  154. LuvPugs

    It is a great toothbrush but my fingers keep touching the levels on the side while i brush because it gets wet and they slide. So it changes the levels. I wish there was a way to keep from touching the levels on the side while you brush.

  155. Amazon Customer

    It was great!

  156. Frequent Shopper

    I had very low expectations with this purchase at this price point, but took a chance. I love this toothbrush! It’s got plenty of power and my only complaint is that I had to “learn” how to hold it without accidentally adjusting the setting. The battery hasn’t run down yet (I plug it in about every 3rd day). I strongly recommend.

  157. Wei M.

    After using the toothbrush for a week, I have mixed thoughts:1. While the vibration is strong enough to make it seem like the brush head is rotating, it actually just moves back and forth, which is not as effective as a fully rotating brush.2. The pressure sensor is just a button installed inside the brush, and it can be triggered if the brush head tilts backward due to excessive pressure.3. Cleaning the brush requires removing the head because toothpaste can get inside the tooth head tube.4. Charging the brush is not very convenient because the charging port is located on the bottom of the brush.5. The toothbrush is too bulky for travel, and I would prefer to use a disposable brush.6. There are various modes available, but I find the normal mode too aggressive, so I use the sensitive mode, which vibrates less.Overall, the electric toothbrush does leave my teeth feeling cleaner, and I find it more convenient than a standard toothbrush. However, it is clear that this brush is trying hard to mimic more expensive rotating brushes, and while the visual appearance is there, the performance falls a bit short, BUT considering this brush is a fraction of the price of a premium brush, I find this to be really good especially since it does a way better job than the cheaper vibrating variants.

  158. Customer

    I have gone through alot of all the fancy toothbrushes with the apps, fancy tips, picks and all the bells and whistles. This one is powerful will remind me I’m pushing too hard because gum recession runs in my family, a gum cleansing mode with a tip for it and it feels like I just went to the dentist.Although the tongue cleaner isn’t as rough as I’d like it so I do it multiple times When it automatically stops but other than that perfect.

  159. Adam

    Never got the 2 gum care brush heads

  160. T.NT.N

    I recently tried out this electric toothbrush and I must say that it worked very well overall. One thing that impressed me was that a single charge could last a considerable amount of time and the charging time was only a few hours. Additionally, the product came with an abundance of brush head replacements, which could last up to eight months if you change them out monthly.I like that the toothbrush has five different modes to choose from, allowing me to adjust the intensity of the brushing to my preference. Two of those modes include a mode for cleaning your gum and tongue. The sleek carry case was also a nice touch, allowing me to bring the toothbrush with me on the go while holding up to two brush heads.However, my only issue with the toothbrush was that the rotation was quite sensitive. If any pressure was applied to it while it was rotating, it would struggle to spin. Despite this, I still believe that this electric toothbrush is worth consideration for anyone looking for an affordable electric toothbrush that works.

  161. Laura B

    Great little set and works better than more expensive one she had prior (oral B), plus the other one died after a little more than a year.

  162. Kindle Customer

    It really does the job and is better than the Oral B. My teeth feel cleaner and are looking whiter.

  163. Renee BeecoRenee Beeco

    Was a little bigger than my spinbrush I have been using but I love the different settings. The only complaint that I have is the cap that fits over the brush will not fit in the travel case. Need to make one side bigger so the brush with the cap can fit otherwise it’s a great product.

  164. V

    I’ve had it about a week now and so far so good!

  165. Vera

    Love this compact electric toothbrush! Very powerful, battery lasted about 3 days before needing recharging. Comes with replacement heads and a travel bag. I feel like my teeth have gotten the best cleaning after using!

  166. Brooke WillemsenBrooke Willemsen

    Can’t press too hard or it stops spinning but I will say now I have to order another because my son has stolen mine because the different settings and pressure, I might add he’s 8. But I’ll most certainly say I really do love this toothbrush and happy it comes with a year supply of heads on it so don’t have to buy more. Also the charger cord comes with and you’ll have to have the part that plugs into the wall as that doesn’t come with.

  167. Rocklin Rollings

    Hi, this review is of the Bitvae R2 Rotating Electric Toothbrush for Adults with 8 Brush Heads, 5 Modes Rechargeable Power Toothbrush with Pressure Sensor, Pink.I ordered this for my girlfriend because she wanted an electric toothbrush with round bristles like at the dentist’s office.I was a little hesitant because it is not a name brand.I was impressed when I opened the box.It ships with a nice case, and the handle/body of the toothbrush looks and feels nice as well.There was another small box that contained the hygienically wrapped brush heads and the USB-A to USB-C cable. No charger is included.When traveling we always have several USB cables, chargers and adapters with us. If that’s not you, then you’ll have to pack a separate cable and charger because they don’t fit inside the supplied case. Obviously, that depends on how long you stay, and how many times you brush your teeth, i.e., it might not need to be charged while on the road.A flaw with so many modern devices is that you can press a function, mode or power button accidentally. My girlfriend said that it was little annoying at first, but by simply moving her grip a little further down the handle solved that problem.Storing might be a little annoying if you don’t already have a toothbrush holder that fits a wider body brush. The case is nice for travel but takes up space on the countertop.Also, I think this would have been a nice toothbrush for my elderly mother as she had difficulty grasping smaller handled toothbrushes, utensils and the like. She would often drop them, or simply couldn’t control the angle very well. I made her a set of large handled eating utensils and she was able to feed herself after that.I can only rate the Bitvae compared to a worn-out sonic toothbrush with a straight vibrating brush head. My girlfriend likes the rotating head over the straight ones. She feels it does a better job cleaning between her teeth. And “It just feels cleaner and smoother.”The one thing that is mildly missed is the charging dock. The brush’s body on the name brand brush has a circular hole in the bottom with a magnetic base that holds it securely in place. It’s really not that big of deal because we have a holder and simply plug this Bitvae into a separate charger when it needs charging.There are similar rotating brushes for sale, but not being able to test them side-by-side makes it’s difficult to rate them for quality.At the current price of $39.99 we both feel this a good deal especially compared to the name brand sonic brush that cost over $100. And the Bitvae does a better job in my girlfriend’s opinion.If you receive the same quality brush that my girlfriend received, then I think you’ll be happy with it. Take into account some of the adjustments in gripping, charging, the need of a larger holder, etc. I hope that helps.

  168. VK

    The package comes with 8 brush heads, which is a good amount and should last for some time. One of the standout features of this toothbrush is the pressure sensor. It’s incredibly useful, especially for those who are new to using electric toothbrushes. It ensures that you don’t apply too much pressure, which can cause damage to your teeth and gums.I also appreciate that the toothbrush comes with a travel case. This electric toothbrush has a lot of settings, which is great for people with specific dental and gum needs. However, I do need to be careful with the buttons as sometimes the settings can change in the middle of brushing, which can be a little frustrating.The round brush head is something I’m not used to, but I’m gradually getting used to it. It’s a good alternative toothbrush for travel, and I would definitely consider using it daily.Overall, It works well, comes with a good amount of brush heads, and has helpful features like the pressure sensor and travel case. While the buttons can be a little finicky, it’s a small issue overall. I would definitely recommend this toothbrush to anyone looking for an electric toothbrush.

  169. Bibliophile

    My 11 year old wanted a more grown up toothbrush, so I purchased this one for her and she loves it! It comes with plenty of replacement heads for several months, and the travel case is handy too. I find that that case doesn’t always stay closed the way, so I just pop on a rubber band or hair tie to ensure it stays closed in her overnight bag. DEFINITELY recommend! I might even get one for me if my toothbrush ever permanently dies on me!

  170. Chi C.

    I am not sure if it’s the brush head or the toothbrush itself, but for some reason, after I’m done with brushing, my teeth just doesn’t feel as clean as it does after I’m done with other electric toothbrushes. It may also be that I’m more used to the longer brush heads, so I’m just not as comfortable with the spinning brush. Either way, I feel like I need to do another pass with a different brush after I’m done using this one.Other than that, I am very happy with the contents of the package. It comes with a travel case, which most other toothbrushes don’t include. So it makes packing this up for travel a breeze. There’s also more brush heads included than other brands, so that’s another plus. Other than that, it’s pretty much like a standard electric brush, although it doesn’t feel slightly larger than ones that I have used in the past. Maybe with time, as I get more used to the spin head type brush, I will enjoy using this one a bit more.

  171. GiGi

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this toothbrush. Cleans your teeth and gums like no other electric toothbrush I have used and I have tried plenty. Brush heads VERY EASY to remove and clean. Will order again when necessary. Thank you for an excellent product!!! Very satisfied customer!!!!

  172. Bibliophile

    My 11 year old wanted a more grown up toothbrush, so I purchased this one for her and she loves it! It comes with plenty of replacement heads for several months, and the travel case is handy too. I find that that case doesn’t always stay closed the way, so I just pop on a rubber band or hair tie to ensure it stays closed in her overnight bag. DEFINITELY recommend! I might even get one for me if my toothbrush ever permanently dies on me!

  173. Chi C.

    I am not sure if it’s the brush head or the toothbrush itself, but for some reason, after I’m done with brushing, my teeth just doesn’t feel as clean as it does after I’m done with other electric toothbrushes. It may also be that I’m more used to the longer brush heads, so I’m just not as comfortable with the spinning brush. Either way, I feel like I need to do another pass with a different brush after I’m done using this one.Other than that, I am very happy with the contents of the package. It comes with a travel case, which most other toothbrushes don’t include. So it makes packing this up for travel a breeze. There’s also more brush heads included than other brands, so that’s another plus. Other than that, it’s pretty much like a standard electric brush, although it doesn’t feel slightly larger than ones that I have used in the past. Maybe with time, as I get more used to the spin head type brush, I will enjoy using this one a bit more.

  174. Stone Dog

    I got this because I am always looking for a faster and more effective way of cleaning my teeth – a chore I really dislike. This Bitvae rotating head model does seem efficient.First of all, it’s got a small brush head that is circular and spins at high speed. That’s mostly good as it puts the maximum amount of bristles on the tooth at one time. The bad thing is that it won’t hold much in the way of tootpaste so you’ll have to put more on halfway through the job. Also, if you touch your teeth with the brush head, it’s jarring!It has a power switch…which as is common with these things…is right where your thumb naturally will rest while holding it so you’ll accidently turn it off at some point during a toothbrushing session. It has five settings which vary the speed at which the brush head revolves: Clean, Sensitive, White, Gum Care and Tongue. The latter two are very gentle.It’s powered by an internal, rechargeable battery that can be charged by the ubiquitous USB-C cable. One good thing is that it comes with eight brush heads so you won’t have to reorder for a while.

  175. Julie

    Love this toothbrush does a great job

  176. Tdubyah

    Does not actually rotate – just vibrates to simulate rotation.And, seems rather large inside the mouth – not easy to move around back teeth.

  177. Jillian/JonJillian/Jon

    I have to admit, I was a little concerned how this toothbrush would be since it was an off brand electric toothbrush. But, when I got it and used it for the first time – I was very happy with how it performed. Love the multiple modes it offers and love having the indicator to let me know if I’m brushing too hard. Definitely a great electric toothbrush without the hefty expense like others.

  178. Kindle Customer

    This is a powerful toothbrush. The charge lasts a long time and with all the different cycles it covers everything. Super easy to travel with. One issue for me is that the charger cord should have a spot in the travel case so it can be kept with the toothbrush. One problem I found is that the brushes are a little hard. Found myself damaging my gums while just brushing. It does have a setting for gums which I use, it when I am using the clean cycle that was bothering my gums.

  179. Rocklin Rollings

    Hi, this review is of the Bitvae R2 Rotating Electric Toothbrush for Adults with 8 Brush Heads, 5 Modes Rechargeable Power Toothbrush with Pressure Sensor, Pink.I ordered this for my girlfriend because she wanted an electric toothbrush with round bristles like at the dentist’s office.I was a little hesitant because it is not a name brand.I was impressed when I opened the box.It ships with a nice case, and the handle/body of the toothbrush looks and feels nice as well.There was another small box that contained the hygienically wrapped brush heads and the USB-A to USB-C cable. No charger is included.When traveling we always have several USB cables, chargers and adapters with us. If that’s not you, then you’ll have to pack a separate cable and charger because they don’t fit inside the supplied case. Obviously, that depends on how long you stay, and how many times you brush your teeth, i.e., it might not need to be charged while on the road.A flaw with so many modern devices is that you can press a function, mode or power button accidentally. My girlfriend said that it was little annoying at first, but by simply moving her grip a little further down the handle solved that problem.Storing might be a little annoying if you don’t already have a toothbrush holder that fits a wider body brush. The case is nice for travel but takes up space on the countertop.Also, I think this would have been a nice toothbrush for my elderly mother as she had difficulty grasping smaller handled toothbrushes, utensils and the like. She would often drop them, or simply couldn’t control the angle very well. I made her a set of large handled eating utensils and she was able to feed herself after that.I can only rate the Bitvae compared to a worn-out sonic toothbrush with a straight vibrating brush head. My girlfriend likes the rotating head over the straight ones. She feels it does a better job cleaning between her teeth. And “It just feels cleaner and smoother.”The one thing that is mildly missed is the charging dock. The brush’s body on the name brand brush has a circular hole in the bottom with a magnetic base that holds it securely in place. It’s really not that big of deal because we have a holder and simply plug this Bitvae into a separate charger when it needs charging.There are similar rotating brushes for sale, but not being able to test them side-by-side makes it’s difficult to rate them for quality.At the current price of $39.99 we both feel this a good deal especially compared to the name brand sonic brush that cost over $100. And the Bitvae does a better job in my girlfriend’s opinion.If you receive the same quality brush that my girlfriend received, then I think you’ll be happy with it. Take into account some of the adjustments in gripping, charging, the need of a larger holder, etc. I hope that helps.

  180. EAJ

    It wasn’t terribly expensive anyway but I wouldn’t describe the action on this toothbrush as rotation. Or maybe it’s just got so much power my eyes jump when looking at it run.It could vibrate the black off my backside, that’s for sure, comes with lots of replacement heads and a great travel case. The toothbrush also has various modesAn easy upgrade would be cutting a hole in the case so it can be charged easily it’s pretty clunky usage to have to charge it outside of the case

  181. RBarnes

    Seems to be well build/good design. Replaced one made by Fairywell purchased on eBay that barely made it past one year of use. I like the different cleaning settings, seems to get the job done!

  182. Amazon Customer

    It was great!

  183. Rocklin Rollings

    Hi, this review is of the Bitvae R2 Rotating Electric Toothbrush for Adults with 8 Brush Heads, 5 Modes Rechargeable Power Toothbrush with Pressure Sensor, Pink.I ordered this for my girlfriend because she wanted an electric toothbrush with round bristles like at the dentist’s office.I was a little hesitant because it is not a name brand.I was impressed when I opened the box.It ships with a nice case, and the handle/body of the toothbrush looks and feels nice as well.There was another small box that contained the hygienically wrapped brush heads and the USB-A to USB-C cable. No charger is included.When traveling we always have several USB cables, chargers and adapters with us. If that’s not you, then you’ll have to pack a separate cable and charger because they don’t fit inside the supplied case. Obviously, that depends on how long you stay, and how many times you brush your teeth, i.e., it might not need to be charged while on the road.A flaw with so many modern devices is that you can press a function, mode or power button accidentally. My girlfriend said that it was little annoying at first, but by simply moving her grip a little further down the handle solved that problem.Storing might be a little annoying if you don’t already have a toothbrush holder that fits a wider body brush. The case is nice for travel but takes up space on the countertop.Also, I think this would have been a nice toothbrush for my elderly mother as she had difficulty grasping smaller handled toothbrushes, utensils and the like. She would often drop them, or simply couldn’t control the angle very well. I made her a set of large handled eating utensils and she was able to feed herself after that.I can only rate the Bitvae compared to a worn-out sonic toothbrush with a straight vibrating brush head. My girlfriend likes the rotating head over the straight ones. She feels it does a better job cleaning between her teeth. And “It just feels cleaner and smoother.”The one thing that is mildly missed is the charging dock. The brush’s body on the name brand brush has a circular hole in the bottom with a magnetic base that holds it securely in place. It’s really not that big of deal because we have a holder and simply plug this Bitvae into a separate charger when it needs charging.There are similar rotating brushes for sale, but not being able to test them side-by-side makes it’s difficult to rate them for quality.At the current price of $39.99 we both feel this a good deal especially compared to the name brand sonic brush that cost over $100. And the Bitvae does a better job in my girlfriend’s opinion.If you receive the same quality brush that my girlfriend received, then I think you’ll be happy with it. Take into account some of the adjustments in gripping, charging, the need of a larger holder, etc. I hope that helps.

  184. ajk388ajk388

    I feel like this is a little overpriced. On the plus side, there’s a number of replacement brushes. However, I don’t see that they currently offer standalone replacement brush heads for this toothbrush once you run out, and it’s a little pricey to be a throwaway toothbrush.The next thing to mention is the pressure sensor. In theory, it should turn red when you’re brushing too hard, since that’s bad for your gums. However, the sensor is not very sensitive and it only turns red when you push so hard that the toothbrush head has trouble turning. I have the oralb version, and it is much better with the pressure sensors; it has different colors depending on whether you brushing too light, just right, or too hard. This toothbrush only has the red sensor for too hard, and the too hard is VERY hard. The pressure sensor feature is definitely not what I was expecting.Here are my other observations:1. The button to change the settings is really annoying. It has an indentation where your thumb would naturally fit there when you’re brushing your teeth. The problem is that causes you to keep pushing the button and changing the settings by accident while you’re brushing your teeth. This is the only toothbrush where I’ve had that problem before.2. You need to remove the brush head after every use, otherwise the water collects at the base of the toothbrush.3. It includes a nice carry case. However, this toothbrush is large and bulky so it is not ideal for travel.4. Another aspect that I didn’t like that much is there’s no charging base. You need to pop out the bottom plate and plug a USB/c cable into the toothbrush.5. The toothbrush doesn’t rotate in a circle, it just bounces back and forth from left to right and has a turning radius of only about half a centimeter. The vibration causes it to turn back and forth.In summary, this toothbrush works fine; however, there are definitely areas for improvement including the location of the button to change settings, the sensitivity of the red pressure light, the method to charge it, and the availability of standalone replacement toothbrush heads. Also, I think the price is a little high for what you get.

  185. Linda W

    All came as descibed. It performs well and has various setting options.

  186. dave nguyen

    First I thought the package is missing the USB charger.I called and complain. The manufactures offers me a $2 back, I didn’t get it.I was looking again and found the USB charger in the small bag which was packing with the brushes.It is embarrassing.My bad! This product is good and very power.

  187. Linda M

    My old Oral B died after 10 years, so I replaced it with one I thought was similar….not at all! It vibrated so bad I was afraid that it would loosen my dental work…but I kept using it. My dentist recommended the $200 Oral B one, but I couldn’t justify spending that on a toothbrush. Maybe I should have because the $50 one is now going to cost me about $3000 to replace a bridge that it most likely did damage. Dentist won’t say for sure, but I’m pretty sure I can. I don’t eat hard foods, and the bridge was only a few years old.So… I threw the Oral B in the garbage and after reading the reviews and comments from the seller, I decided to take a chance on this one. So happy that I did. It has multiple settings that are easy to use, and unlike the Oral B one, it doesn’t slip out of my hand as soon as it gets a little wet. Right now I’m using it at a low setting until I finish getting my bridge replaced and set, and then I will try the other settings. But even at the lowest setting, my teeth feel just as clean as with the other one, and it doesn’t sound and feel like there’s a jackhammer in my mouth. I also like that the battery lasts a long time, that’s going to be very handy for traveling. I used to just buy disposable battery operated ones for traveling, but this has a nice case, and I won’t have to worry about charging it every other day, so I can take it anywhere.If you’re on the fence about this one, I say go for it. It’s worth it!

  188. Dawn-Patrice Joseph

    Very versatile product, I’m really enjoying it 10/10

  189. EAJ

    It wasn’t terribly expensive anyway but I wouldn’t describe the action on this toothbrush as rotation. Or maybe it’s just got so much power my eyes jump when looking at it run.It could vibrate the black off my backside, that’s for sure, comes with lots of replacement heads and a great travel case. The toothbrush also has various modesAn easy upgrade would be cutting a hole in the case so it can be charged easily it’s pretty clunky usage to have to charge it outside of the case

  190. GiGi

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this toothbrush. Cleans your teeth and gums like no other electric toothbrush I have used and I have tried plenty. Brush heads VERY EASY to remove and clean. Will order again when necessary. Thank you for an excellent product!!! Very satisfied customer!!!!

  191. Maryann johnson

    I have bought 2 of the quartz pink ,one for me one for my niece. we both love the product doesn’t take up much room on your counter. It’s also good for traveling the colors very pretty and I haven’t had to recharge it very much. It works perfect. It works perfect enough that I’m going to be ordering two more as birthday gifts to be sent to friends.

  192. Frequent Shopper

    I had very low expectations with this purchase at this price point, but took a chance. I love this toothbrush! It’s got plenty of power and my only complaint is that I had to “learn” how to hold it without accidentally adjusting the setting. The battery hasn’t run down yet (I plug it in about every 3rd day). I strongly recommend.

  193. Billygoat

    No battery status indicator for percentage charge. All you get is full or empty. However, for a toothbrush, not so important. Seems to do a superior job to my previous sonic vibrators. So far I am happy with it. Lets see jhow long it lasts. They did provide plenty of brush heads.

  194. Customer

    I have gone through alot of all the fancy toothbrushes with the apps, fancy tips, picks and all the bells and whistles. This one is powerful will remind me I’m pushing too hard because gum recession runs in my family, a gum cleansing mode with a tip for it and it feels like I just went to the dentist.Although the tongue cleaner isn’t as rough as I’d like it so I do it multiple times When it automatically stops but other than that perfect.

  195. Bibliophile

    My 11 year old wanted a more grown up toothbrush, so I purchased this one for her and she loves it! It comes with plenty of replacement heads for several months, and the travel case is handy too. I find that that case doesn’t always stay closed the way, so I just pop on a rubber band or hair tie to ensure it stays closed in her overnight bag. DEFINITELY recommend! I might even get one for me if my toothbrush ever permanently dies on me!

  196. Amy Fannin

    I was super excited to purchase my very first electric toothbrush. I searched for days from the very cheapest to the most expensive and landed on this one. I am thrilled with my decision to purchase this brand! The charging of the toothbrush is very quick and it holds very well. I love that it comes with a total of 8 heads, eliminating the need to purchase additional replacements. Also depending on the option, there is great speed similar to the more expensive brands. Highly recommend this brand!

  197. Domino

    Works great! It works just as well as my old Oral B electric toothbrush for a fraction of the cost. While I knew the toothbrush didn’t match the base when I bought it, it really bugs me. I wish I would’ve bought the white one. Not a dealbreaker, mind you. I’m just weird that way.

  198. Laura B

    Great little set and works better than more expensive one she had prior (oral B), plus the other one died after a little more than a year.

  199. V

    I’ve had it about a week now and so far so good!

  200. Brittney Marie Alvarado

    Love the toothbrush, it’s setting honestly make my teeth feel really clean

  201. Kindle Customer

    It really does the job and is better than the Oral B. My teeth feel cleaner and are looking whiter.

  202. Jillian/JonJillian/Jon

    I have to admit, I was a little concerned how this toothbrush would be since it was an off brand electric toothbrush. But, when I got it and used it for the first time – I was very happy with how it performed. Love the multiple modes it offers and love having the indicator to let me know if I’m brushing too hard. Definitely a great electric toothbrush without the hefty expense like others.

  203. I. M.

    I’ve not charged this toothbrush yet and have been using it since I unboxed it 9 days ago. So far it’s been great. No plugs hanging from the wall…it takes up little space & has lots of power.

  204. Karen H.

    Haven’t owned this very long but, so far has met my expectations.

  205. Renee Keglovic

    Love the sleek pink color!!!

  206. Cyn

    I like how well it cleans my wisdom teeth in the back, as thats the main reason I wanted to get an electric toothbrush. The main function is a bit harsh though, so had to switch to sensitive. Also sad mine just came with 8 regular heads, where it seemed others got 6 regular and 2 gum care. Would have liked the gum care heads and not sure where to buy, as the regular head was also harsh on my gums. But still great product 👌

  207. Shirley Frazier

    It does the job and will be easy to travel with. Love the case it came in.

  208. Renee BeecoRenee Beeco

    Was a little bigger than my spinbrush I have been using but I love the different settings. The only complaint that I have is the cap that fits over the brush will not fit in the travel case. Need to make one side bigger so the brush with the cap can fit otherwise it’s a great product.

  209. Simon Pedro

    Entrega rápida y funciona muy bien..excelente calidad del cepillo

  210. Patricia R

    Me encantó este cepillo muy útil

  211. Erin

    Surprisingly way better than my oral b electric toothbrush the speeds and the ability to brush my teeth so quickly was great.

  212. ajk388ajk388

    I feel like this is a little overpriced. On the plus side, there’s a number of replacement brushes. However, I don’t see that they currently offer standalone replacement brush heads for this toothbrush once you run out, and it’s a little pricey to be a throwaway toothbrush.The next thing to mention is the pressure sensor. In theory, it should turn red when you’re brushing too hard, since that’s bad for your gums. However, the sensor is not very sensitive and it only turns red when you push so hard that the toothbrush head has trouble turning. I have the oralb version, and it is much better with the pressure sensors; it has different colors depending on whether you brushing too light, just right, or too hard. This toothbrush only has the red sensor for too hard, and the too hard is VERY hard. The pressure sensor feature is definitely not what I was expecting.Here are my other observations:1. The button to change the settings is really annoying. It has an indentation where your thumb would naturally fit there when you’re brushing your teeth. The problem is that causes you to keep pushing the button and changing the settings by accident while you’re brushing your teeth. This is the only toothbrush where I’ve had that problem before.2. You need to remove the brush head after every use, otherwise the water collects at the base of the toothbrush.3. It includes a nice carry case. However, this toothbrush is large and bulky so it is not ideal for travel.4. Another aspect that I didn’t like that much is there’s no charging base. You need to pop out the bottom plate and plug a USB/c cable into the toothbrush.5. The toothbrush doesn’t rotate in a circle, it just bounces back and forth from left to right and has a turning radius of only about half a centimeter. The vibration causes it to turn back and forth.In summary, this toothbrush works fine; however, there are definitely areas for improvement including the location of the button to change settings, the sensitivity of the red pressure light, the method to charge it, and the availability of standalone replacement toothbrush heads. Also, I think the price is a little high for what you get.

  213. Osiris Castro

    I just love how clean your teeth looks

  214. JC

    I love that more and more devices are utilizing USB-C, vs proprietary chargers – makes it so much easier to just have one or two chargers in the bathroom (vs using nail polish to mark the charger and the device it belongs to). Battery life is very good – I literally don’t remember the last time I charged it.The buttons are a bit easy to unintentionally press, especially when you’re squeezing the unit to brush your teeth or repositioning it. This results in turning it off or changing the mode (depending on which button you hit), but I got used to it and learned to avoid it, and haven’t really had to think about it much since. Your mileage may vary.The pressure detection feature is nice – keeps from pushing too hard. One downside (common to some of these units, for what it’s worth) is that you have to turn it on to change mode – this has a separate button for mode (unlike some others), so it would be nice for it to be possible to press the mode button without the head on.The travel case is nice, but all in all it’s fairly large, but that probably speaks to the battery life in some capacity, pun intended.Waffled on 4 vs 5 stars here, but 5 is a pretty high bar. More like 4.5/4.7 perhaps here.

  215. Linda M

    My old Oral B died after 10 years, so I replaced it with one I thought was similar….not at all! It vibrated so bad I was afraid that it would loosen my dental work…but I kept using it. My dentist recommended the $200 Oral B one, but I couldn’t justify spending that on a toothbrush. Maybe I should have because the $50 one is now going to cost me about $3000 to replace a bridge that it most likely did damage. Dentist won’t say for sure, but I’m pretty sure I can. I don’t eat hard foods, and the bridge was only a few years old.So… I threw the Oral B in the garbage and after reading the reviews and comments from the seller, I decided to take a chance on this one. So happy that I did. It has multiple settings that are easy to use, and unlike the Oral B one, it doesn’t slip out of my hand as soon as it gets a little wet. Right now I’m using it at a low setting until I finish getting my bridge replaced and set, and then I will try the other settings. But even at the lowest setting, my teeth feel just as clean as with the other one, and it doesn’t sound and feel like there’s a jackhammer in my mouth. I also like that the battery lasts a long time, that’s going to be very handy for traveling. I used to just buy disposable battery operated ones for traveling, but this has a nice case, and I won’t have to worry about charging it every other day, so I can take it anywhere.If you’re on the fence about this one, I say go for it. It’s worth it!

  216. RBarnes

    Seems to be well build/good design. Replaced one made by Fairywell purchased on eBay that barely made it past one year of use. I like the different cleaning settings, seems to get the job done!

  217. ProductTesterProductTester

    This is a good value electric toothbrush – for the price $30 – ($60, and currently with a 50% off coupon), it is hard to beat the value of this brush which comes with the brush, charging cable (no adapter), and 8 brush heads (2 year supply).The brush itself is the rotating head type (similar to the Oral B). More specifically, the brush turns slightly back and forth (not fully rotating) on this brush. The Sonicare brand electric brush is still my favorite (using a back and forth brush side to side motion at a scientifically designed speed to maximize cleaning – even beyond where bristles touch), but I know many like the rotating style as well. It does seem to work well – though not as well as the name brands – but I think the value tradeoff is more than adequate, especially if you are just starting on electric brushes and don’t want to make the investment in a name brand brush and their expensive replacement brush heads.Despite the bargain price, the Bitvae R2 doesn’t skimp on features. This brush has multiple modes (regular, sensitive, gum care tongue cleaning, whitening), a timer (to switch quadrants every 30 seconds). It also has a pressure sensor (though this is mostly visual and hard to see when brushing).The brush charges on any USB-C (the current standard, universal USB plug), which is convenient, and comes with a USB-A to USB-C plug which , though no charging brick. I’m fine with the omission of a brick – more environmental and most of us have many USB-A bricks around and/or USB-C chargers.Minor downsides include size (large, including the part that goes in your mouth) and it is easy to hit the mode change buttons accidentally while using the brush. Cleaning is also (subjectively) not as good as the name brand brushes, but seems acceptable.This is a good, solid electric brush at an excellent value price.

  218. LuvPugs

    It is a great toothbrush but my fingers keep touching the levels on the side while i brush because it gets wet and they slide. So it changes the levels. I wish there was a way to keep from touching the levels on the side while you brush.

  219. Patricia R

    Me encantó este cepillo muy útil

  220. D. Roberts

    This is generally a decent brush, but a few flaws let it down.It comes nicely packaged, the main box contains two other boxes, one has the toothbrush body and case, the other has the brush heads and charging cable, which is a USB-A to USB-C cable with no adapter. Everything is individually wrapped, which is nice because it makes storing the extra brush heads easier.Onto flaw number one. The body of the toothbrush is huge. For some, if you have dexterity issues, that might be a good thing. However, of you don’t have an issue getting things, the size is kind of annoying.Flaw number two, the case has no space for the charging cable. The case is a nice addition, it’s hard plastic so should be great for traveling. However, it only has space for the brush body and two heads. To me, it would make more sense for it to only have space for one head and also a place for the cable. I tried fitting the cable into one of the areas for the head, but they are shaped to fit the head and the cable didn’t fit.In terms of using it, it’s decent and does a good job. The power button is on the top, and then slightly under it’s another button that changes the mode. The only difference I can tell with the modes is the speed of vibration, and that doesn’t seem to have much use. However, and onto flaw three, the mode button is easy to accidently press during brushing, and it’s frustrating to suddenly have much less vibration. The manufacturer has decided that spending 30 seconds on each quadrant of your mouth is best so the brush will pulse it’s vibration every 30 seconds to tell you to move on. I don’t like that, but maybe you will.The last flaw is charging. You don’t get a power adapter so you’ll either need to supply your own, or plug directly into a USB-A port. The charging port is also on the bottom of the brush body so you have to lay the brush down to charge. Maybe not a big deal, but a charging dock would be much more user friendly and mean the brush is never out of charge, and your wouldn’t have to lay it down somewhere.Overall, the brush is decent. It is too big, it doesn’t need the different modes, and the case is a bit useless as it doesn’t hold everything you need. If you can live with those things, I’d say that it would be worth considering at about $30-$35. At a higher price, there are other brushes available that are better.

  221. Maryann johnson

    I have bought 2 of the quartz pink ,one for me one for my niece. we both love the product doesn’t take up much room on your counter. It’s also good for traveling the colors very pretty and I haven’t had to recharge it very much. It works perfect. It works perfect enough that I’m going to be ordering two more as birthday gifts to be sent to friends.

  222. Jillian/JonJillian/Jon

    I have to admit, I was a little concerned how this toothbrush would be since it was an off brand electric toothbrush. But, when I got it and used it for the first time – I was very happy with how it performed. Love the multiple modes it offers and love having the indicator to let me know if I’m brushing too hard. Definitely a great electric toothbrush without the hefty expense like others.

  223. LuvPugs

    It is a great toothbrush but my fingers keep touching the levels on the side while i brush because it gets wet and they slide. So it changes the levels. I wish there was a way to keep from touching the levels on the side while you brush.

  224. Osiris Castro

    I just love how clean your teeth looks

  225. Kindle Customer

    This is a powerful toothbrush. The charge lasts a long time and with all the different cycles it covers everything. Super easy to travel with. One issue for me is that the charger cord should have a spot in the travel case so it can be kept with the toothbrush. One problem I found is that the brushes are a little hard. Found myself damaging my gums while just brushing. It does have a setting for gums which I use, it when I am using the clean cycle that was bothering my gums.

  226. lkl

    For this price best toothbrush

  227. Brooke WillemsenBrooke Willemsen

    Can’t press too hard or it stops spinning but I will say now I have to order another because my son has stolen mine because the different settings and pressure, I might add he’s 8. But I’ll most certainly say I really do love this toothbrush and happy it comes with a year supply of heads on it so don’t have to buy more. Also the charger cord comes with and you’ll have to have the part that plugs into the wall as that doesn’t come with.

  228. Simon Pedro

    Entrega rápida y funciona muy bien..excelente calidad del cepillo

  229. Julie

    Love this toothbrush does a great job

  230. shopper

    Ease of use… slim design

  231. Karen H.

    Haven’t owned this very long but, so far has met my expectations.

  232. Jimmy

    This rotating electric toothbrush works good in getting your teeth clean and the 30sec per quadrant helps in making sure that you are brushing long enough. This electric toothbrush accepts oral b replacements or any equivalent brush heads. So far I’m finding that this electric toothbrush does a good job just like my Braun rotating toothbrush. What I like about this toothbrush is that it came with 8 toothbrushes so depending on how long they last I won’t need to worry about replacement brushes anytime soon. This toothbrush also has 5 different modes so that you can adjust it to match the cleaning that you are performing. For me I keep mine at the clean mode as blast my gums with the same intensity as when I brush just teeth only. The thing that perhaps is just needing time to get used to is the size of the brush head. It’s bigger than my oral b ones but that really a big deal for me. This rotating electric toothbrush performs well and with the 8 toothbrush heads it really makes this a good value, so if you are looking for an electric toothbrush you should give this one a try.

  233. ROB

    Bitvae R2 Rotating Electric Toothbrush is a good entry level electric tootbrush at only $29 after $10 coupon this is an excellent value, the tootbrush comes with 8 replacement heads which should last close to a year. The tootbrush is really easy to use and charge and has a nice carrying case for travel. The only knock I have is that it uses proprietary replacement heads and there not easy to find as of today it appears Bitvae store front is out of stock but if they get them in than it should be pretty easy to locate. Overall the tootbrush leaves my teeth feeling clean.

  234. Rick

    I am pleasantly surprised wirh this product. It has multiple speeds and the charge lasts one week or more using it twice a day. Recommended.

  235. Rose K.

    Works great. Easy to use.

  236. Amy Fannin

    I was super excited to purchase my very first electric toothbrush. I searched for days from the very cheapest to the most expensive and landed on this one. I am thrilled with my decision to purchase this brand! The charging of the toothbrush is very quick and it holds very well. I love that it comes with a total of 8 heads, eliminating the need to purchase additional replacements. Also depending on the option, there is great speed similar to the more expensive brands. Highly recommend this brand!

  237. C. J. Schwartz

    Very satisfied with purchase, use it mostly at the gym in the morning. It stays in my toiletry bag and I use it for travel. Very impressed with the quality and the price. I highly recommend this product.

  238. Cyn

    I like how well it cleans my wisdom teeth in the back, as thats the main reason I wanted to get an electric toothbrush. The main function is a bit harsh though, so had to switch to sensitive. Also sad mine just came with 8 regular heads, where it seemed others got 6 regular and 2 gum care. Would have liked the gum care heads and not sure where to buy, as the regular head was also harsh on my gums. But still great product 👌

  239. Cyn

    I like how well it cleans my wisdom teeth in the back, as thats the main reason I wanted to get an electric toothbrush. The main function is a bit harsh though, so had to switch to sensitive. Also sad mine just came with 8 regular heads, where it seemed others got 6 regular and 2 gum care. Would have liked the gum care heads and not sure where to buy, as the regular head was also harsh on my gums. But still great product 👌

  240. Frequent Shopper

    I had very low expectations with this purchase at this price point, but took a chance. I love this toothbrush! It’s got plenty of power and my only complaint is that I had to “learn” how to hold it without accidentally adjusting the setting. The battery hasn’t run down yet (I plug it in about every 3rd day). I strongly recommend.

  241. shopper

    Ease of use… slim design

  242. Dude & Emah

    I opted for a less expensive toothbrush when my name brand electric toothbrush stopped working. Bad decision. After one month it would no longer power on. I feel like I wasted $40. I’m going back to the brand I know and trust.

  243. Billygoat

    No battery status indicator for percentage charge. All you get is full or empty. However, for a toothbrush, not so important. Seems to do a superior job to my previous sonic vibrators. So far I am happy with it. Lets see jhow long it lasts. They did provide plenty of brush heads.

  244. Erin

    Surprisingly way better than my oral b electric toothbrush the speeds and the ability to brush my teeth so quickly was great.

  245. Ron

    Absolutely loved it for the 4 weeks it worked. It started switching between functions on its own, and then died altogether. I’m 4 days past my return date, so can’t send it back. Hoping they’ll see this and send me another one.

  246. Ron

    Absolutely loved it for the 4 weeks it worked. It started switching between functions on its own, and then died altogether. I’m 4 days past my return date, so can’t send it back. Hoping they’ll see this and send me another one.

  247. Vera

    Love this compact electric toothbrush! Very powerful, battery lasted about 3 days before needing recharging. Comes with replacement heads and a travel bag. I feel like my teeth have gotten the best cleaning after using!

  248. Shirley Frazier

    It does the job and will be easy to travel with. Love the case it came in.

  249. Giovanni Linares

    Gran producto, excelente calidad

  250. Rose K.

    Works great. Easy to use.

  251. Julie

    Love this toothbrush does a great job

  252. Big T

    So far works very well. Messy as hell because I’m used to the old standard way of brushing. I hope I get better at this.

  253. Chi C.

    I am not sure if it’s the brush head or the toothbrush itself, but for some reason, after I’m done with brushing, my teeth just doesn’t feel as clean as it does after I’m done with other electric toothbrushes. It may also be that I’m more used to the longer brush heads, so I’m just not as comfortable with the spinning brush. Either way, I feel like I need to do another pass with a different brush after I’m done using this one.Other than that, I am very happy with the contents of the package. It comes with a travel case, which most other toothbrushes don’t include. So it makes packing this up for travel a breeze. There’s also more brush heads included than other brands, so that’s another plus. Other than that, it’s pretty much like a standard electric brush, although it doesn’t feel slightly larger than ones that I have used in the past. Maybe with time, as I get more used to the spin head type brush, I will enjoy using this one a bit more.

  254. Renee Keglovic

    Love the sleek pink color!!!

  255. JC

    I love that more and more devices are utilizing USB-C, vs proprietary chargers – makes it so much easier to just have one or two chargers in the bathroom (vs using nail polish to mark the charger and the device it belongs to). Battery life is very good – I literally don’t remember the last time I charged it.The buttons are a bit easy to unintentionally press, especially when you’re squeezing the unit to brush your teeth or repositioning it. This results in turning it off or changing the mode (depending on which button you hit), but I got used to it and learned to avoid it, and haven’t really had to think about it much since. Your mileage may vary.The pressure detection feature is nice – keeps from pushing too hard. One downside (common to some of these units, for what it’s worth) is that you have to turn it on to change mode – this has a separate button for mode (unlike some others), so it would be nice for it to be possible to press the mode button without the head on.The travel case is nice, but all in all it’s fairly large, but that probably speaks to the battery life in some capacity, pun intended.Waffled on 4 vs 5 stars here, but 5 is a pretty high bar. More like 4.5/4.7 perhaps here.

  256. Dawn-Patrice Joseph

    Very versatile product, I’m really enjoying it 10/10

  257. Karen H.

    Haven’t owned this very long but, so far has met my expectations.

  258. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been battling yellow tooth plaque with it still remaining after deep cleanings at the dentist. I also have braces. After using this brush for only 1 week, my teeth are at least 3 shades lighter and I don’t notice the dingy yellow plaque around the gum area. This is a must have device if you care about your teeth and gum health. The price is amazing.

  259. Kindle Customer

    This is a powerful toothbrush. The charge lasts a long time and with all the different cycles it covers everything. Super easy to travel with. One issue for me is that the charger cord should have a spot in the travel case so it can be kept with the toothbrush. One problem I found is that the brushes are a little hard. Found myself damaging my gums while just brushing. It does have a setting for gums which I use, it when I am using the clean cycle that was bothering my gums.

  260. Erin

    Surprisingly way better than my oral b electric toothbrush the speeds and the ability to brush my teeth so quickly was great.

  261. Vera

    Love this compact electric toothbrush! Very powerful, battery lasted about 3 days before needing recharging. Comes with replacement heads and a travel bag. I feel like my teeth have gotten the best cleaning after using!

  262. Renee BeecoRenee Beeco

    Was a little bigger than my spinbrush I have been using but I love the different settings. The only complaint that I have is the cap that fits over the brush will not fit in the travel case. Need to make one side bigger so the brush with the cap can fit otherwise it’s a great product.

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Bitvae R2 Rotating Toothbrush with 8 Brush Heads, 30-Day Battery Life