In recent years, due to people’s attention to oral health and the accelerated pace of life. Electric toothbrushes have become the choice of more and more people. Everyone knows a lot about regular toothbrushes, but most people don’t know much about electric toothbrushes. This article will introduce you to the types of electric toothbrushes and how to charge them.
There are two main types of electric toothbrushes: rotary and sonic vibration. The former relies on high-speed rotation of the brush head to clean. The latter relies on high-frequency vibration of the brush head to clean the teeth. Both are better at cleaning than traditional toothbrushes. However, rotary electric toothbrushes are more damaging to teeth and are not recommended for long-term use.
The charging methods of electric toothbrushes are basically divided into the following types: wireless charging, Type-C, USB, DC charging, and Pogo pin contact charging .
- Wireless charging: The bottom of the electric toothbrush touches the charging base, and the base is charged inductively after it is powered on.
- Type-C, USB, DC charging: Open the bottom cover of the toothbrush and connect the charging cable to charge. USB can be plugged directly into the computer for charging.
- There are two types of Pogo pin contact charging: one is the pogo pin charging dock, and the other is the pogo pin magnetic cable charging.
Both Pogo pin contact charging methods use pogo pins. When the pogo pin on the bottom of the toothbrush touches the pogo pin on the charging dock or on the magnetic connector cable. The spring of the male pogo pin shrinks, and the male and female ends of the pogo pin are connected to charge. The charging method of the Pogo pin charging dock is similar to wireless charging.