Xiaomi’s teased “mysterious” product tipped to be unveiled today under its crowdfunding platform has been confirmed to be an electric toothbrush.
The toothbrush dubbed Soocare X3 is manufactured by Chinese innovative startup Soocare Cassels founded last year and was tipped to take on Philip’s Sonicare line up of electric toothbrush with its innovative gadget. The handheld device uses a magnetic levitation acoustic wave motor with a swing speed of up to 37200 times per minute which spins the bristle. The gadget motor also has a torque output of 220 gf.cm which makes it continues swinging strong.
The bristle of the toothbrush is made by US company DuPont and is an o.152mm thin soft bristles which has a 3D design that fits well into the teeth surfaces and interproximal spaces.
In addition to general everyday toothbrushing to achieve a clean teeth, the Soocare X3 features a sensitive care brush head and deep cleaning brush head. There’s also a Soocare Mini for toddlers.
Still on the design specs, the Soocare Electric toothbrush consist of a body and chassis that is IPX7 waterproof certified and can be washed and cleaned after use directly under running water without fear of damage.
The device also comes with Bluetooth connectivity which seems to be able to connect with your smartphone to display the percentage of battery power left. Other details still hazy at the moment. The device packs a 1000mAh battery which can last up to 25 days without charging and charges to full capacity in just 16 hours. There is also wireless charging support.
The Xiaomi Soocare X3 carries a 229 yuan (about $35) price tag and is available under crowdfunding. The device starts shipping to those who placed orders in August.