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Inventor creates 10 second toothbrush

An inventor has created a toothbrush, which claims to clean your teeth in 10 seconds.

With the average person spending three minutes brushing their teeth twice a day, the Amabrush - the world's first automatic toothbrush - promises to give you back hours of your life by cleaning your teeth in a matter of seconds.

Explaining how it works on their Kickstarter page, they write: "Amabrush is the world's first, fully automatic toothbrush. This patent pending device brushes all your teeth at once, fully automatic, and finishes in just ten seconds. All you have to do is press a single button, wait ten seconds, and you'll have perfectly clean teeth! ...

"Let's face it: brushing your teeth is not exactly the sexiest thing on Earth. You have to squeeze, scrub, gargle, spit, rinse and floss every morning and evening, every day of your life. Many of us hate brushing our teeth so much that we avoid doing so whenever possible - even though we know we shouldn't ...

"Brushing our teeth at least twice a day maintains good dental health. This is why we invented Amabrush - a device three years in the making with a single goal: to make toothbrushing quicker, automatic, and more efficient so you have more time for the relevant things in your life."

And the Amabrush promises to make cleaning your teeth less "annoying".

They added: "Amabrush covers all of the recommended methods. The bristles are aligned in a 45° angle against the gum line, and are soft enough in order to rub instead to scratch (like nylon bristles). And the pressure against your teeth is light. Subtle vibrations move the bristles back-and-forth, which allows them to remove plaque and keep your gums undamaged.

"Amabrush is for people like us - who just brush their teeth because they have to, and not because they want to. Amabrush was designed to make toothbrushing less annoying. Some of us hate toothbrushing so much, that we brush not concentrated enough, not long enough, not good enough, or not at all. And some of us simply can not brush correctly at all, because they are not able to do so. This is our goal. Right toothbrushing for everyone and automatically!"

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