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Meet realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush - Better than the traditional

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Alongside the realme Smart Cam 360, the Chinese company has also launched the realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush locally back in November 2020.
Meet realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush - Better than the traditional
Meet realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush

realme is expanding its smart accessories portfolio by adding its first electronic toothbrush. A lot of people are still invested in the traditional, manual toothbrushes right now and the realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush is here for people who might want to try switching for the first time.

Brushing my teeth with this toothbrush for six consecutive days now, I'm ready to share with you my experience!

READ ON.

Meet realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush

What's included in the package?
What's included in the package?

realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush is packaged in the brand's signature bright yellow box.

Inside you will find the electronic brush body, cap head, two bristles (1 regular & 1 sensitive), wireless charging dock, and paper manual. 

There are caps provided for each bristle. 
Bristle/head with a cap
Bristle/head with a cap

The body/toothbrush handle is made of polycarbonate material with chrome paints on its top just beneath the placement of the head/bristle, the outer part of the power button, and the base. 
The body or handle
The body or handle

At first, it feels weird to hold a toothbrush handle with size as thick as the M1 Sonic's if you're coming from the traditional, manual toothbrush. But, even though it's kind of thick and big, the grip is nice and not slippery. 

There's no need to connect the toothbrush to your home WiFi in case you're waiting for that part. (pun intended)

On top is of course the bristle or head. realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush looks like your typical toothbrush except that it has a power button and thicker body. It also has a 3.5mm metal-free brush head.
The bristle or head
The bristle or head

You can easily notice how 'small' the detachable bristle is compared with the bristle of your manual toothbrush. But don't worry because no matter how small the M1 Sonic's bristles may look like, you'll see how it's working once it's brushing your teeth.

The bristles move back-and-forth to make rapid automatic bristle motions. Dental studies show that side-to-side electric toothbrushes are more effective in cleaning the oral cavity.

But do note that the realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush is an ordinary electric toothbrush and is not a smart toothbrush. 

Yes, you heard that right, there are smart toothbrushes available in the market. The difference is that the latter comes equipped with sensors to record important data about your oral hygiene.

The electric brush is IPX7-rated for protection against water damage so you don't have to worry about getting the handle wet while brushing.

The power button is placed on the almost middle part of the body with a realme branding on top of it, and the mode labels soft, clean, white, polish, and battery icon below it. 
Power button
Power button

realme claims that the toothbrush uses a high-frequency motor designed to vibrate up to 34,000 times per minute with less than 60dB noise for an effective mouth cleaning. 

Once you press the button and start brushing your teeth, you will realize how powerful the motor is. At first, my teeth experienced a kind of tingling sensation or it's just in my head but the realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush bristles felt comfortable in the teeth as I go brushing.

The bristles are very soft, even if I am using the regular one, and work well with all four modes.

realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush has four different modes:

1. Soft mode - for users with sensitive teeth
2. Clean mode - for everyday use
3. White mode - for deep cleaning
4. Polish mode - to give some shine to the  teeth

The white mode, in my experience, works quite well with the brush head on the M1 Sonic that has a 10-degree stable swing for deep cleaning the teeth. 

I have been using the M1 Sonic Toothbrush for almost a week only so I haven't tried charging it yet. I can't tell how long it charges and how long the battery lasts. But I will surely update this article once I know it so keeps an eye on it!
Base with metal cap for wireless charging
Base with a metal cap for wireless charging

According to realme, it would take 4 hours or more to charge the toothbrush from flat to 100 percent. It's worth the wait because according to them also, the battery will last for 10 to 12 weeks depending on the user's routine usage.

realme also mentions that the M1 Sonic has the Dupont 99.99 percent antibacterial bristles and 98 percent end-rounded bristles to prevent oral injuries.

realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush Specs

Brush heads: Dupont Staclean Antibacterial
Battery: 800mAh
Sonic Motor: 34,000 RPM
Water resistance: IPX7
Sound: 60dB
Colors: Blue, White
Warranty: 1 year
Weight: 101.67 g (brush handle), 4 g (head)
Price: PHP 1,990

Quick thoughts

There's nothing on the back
There's nothing on the back 

In case you're wondering if you will switch to an electric toothbrush from a manual one, this is the sign you've been waiting for. 

realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush is definitely better than the traditional. Even if I have only been using this for almost a week, my experience was a breeze and nice. Every time I brush now, I don't have to do anything except helping it move from teeth to teeth. 

It also gives me that good feeling that my teeth are being brushed better than when I was doing it manually. 

To be honest, ever since I was young, I have always been afraid of these electric toothbrushes only because of the thought or assumption that they're going to destroy my teeth.

However, Team GIZGUIDE assigned to me the realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush so I didn't have any choice but to take the plunge. Good thing my experience was great! (hehe)

It would be safe for me to say that the realme M1 Sonic Electronic Toothbrush can be your best bet on getting your first electric brush. 

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