Tooth Tunes Junior Musical Toothbrush Reviews
Description:Brand: Tooth Tunes / Age: 3+ / Jungle Book theme. / Get your children brushing their teeth for fun with The Jungle Book tunes.
Newest Review: ... will actually use regardless if it is electric or manual and so a toothbrush that encourages my boys to brush was on my ... more
Customer Tooth Tunes Junior Musical Toothbrush Reviews (6)
by - written on 15/04/10, updated on 30/12/12 (Very useful, 171 readings)
Having two young boys, I'm well used to the daily struggles of getting them to comply with the boring, but necessary, stuff such as hair washing and tooth brushing and am always looking out for new techniques and products to make these things fun. Musical 'Tooth Tunes' toothbrushes have been around for several years now and my oldest son has grown accustomed to receiving a different variety in his Christmas stocking every year. The novelty of these toothbrushes is that the music itself can, allegedly, only be heard 'in your head' while you are actually brushing your teeth and the music gets louder and clearer with increased pressure. The standard sized brushes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 241 readings)
I bought my son a tooth tunes junior toothbrush from Home Bargains as I spotted them for £1.99 and thought it seemed like a bargain. My son has never really caused much fuss about having his teeth brushed except when he has been teething so haven't been over concerned but he always wants to use my electric toothbrush although this doesn't have the rotating action of a toothbrush they do have a button to press which is very exciting to a three year old. The concept of these toothbrushes is that as you increase the pressure the volume increases. There are a few versions around my son's sings if you are happy and you know it brush your teeth. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I bought this toothbrush for my 4 year old niece, who is at that age where brushing your teeth is boring, and much encouragement is needed! I was drawn to this toothbrush because it is clearly very child friendly - there are a number of different styles and colours, although the one that I bought my niece is blue and green with a picture of a bear on it. What also attracted me to this toothbrush was the fact that it encourages children to brush their teeth by making it fun - music is played when the toothbrush is turned on. The interesting thing about this toothbrush is that it plays the music louder, depending on the pressure applied to the teeth. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 109 readings)
My daughter is a pain in the bum when i try to get her to brush her teeth in the morning and at bed time, its a real struggle as she wont let me help her or she does not brush them long enough. I first seen the musical tooth brushes at my sisters house as she bought them for her kids and she raved on about them so i thought i would give it a go and buy one for my daughter. Anything that would encourage her to brush her teeth is worth a shot. I seen them in all the big super markets like tesco and asda for almost £8.00 but i spotted them in B&Ms for £1.99 for the same tooth brush. I bought 2 tooth brushes because they were so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
My sister bought the tooth tunes for Jess and Hannah last month. I have seen these for sale in a few shops but never bought them as never expected them to be so good. Not only is the jungle book there favourite disney film but it plays there favourite song too bear necessities. The toothbrush costs under £5.00 and includes the AA battery as well. The battery goes in at the bottom of the brush and requires a small screw driver. They are full sized toothbrushes. The main colours are green and blue, the blue is actually the rubber grip on the toothbrush, it has the jungle book written at the bottom of the handle along with a picture of the bear. I ... Read the complete review
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