Tooth Tunes Musical Toothbrush Reviews
Product Type: Tiger Electronics electric toothbrushes
Description:Type: Toothbrush / Age: 5+ / Get your kids brushing their teeth to the music of Queen 'We Will Rock You'.
Newest Review: ... cute Winnie the Pooh manual toothbrush was spurned. A friend gave here this Tooth Tunes brush for her birthday when she was ... more
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Customer Tooth Tunes Musical Toothbrush Reviews (6)
by - written on 10/03/08 (Very useful, 91 readings)
The product I will review is "Tooth tunes", for anyone not familiar with this product it was apparently (according to my 6 year old daughter), the in thing around Christmas. I shouldn't really know too much about this product due to the fact that "Santa" brought these little delights for my children as part of their Christmas box, but here we go anyway!! ~~~~~~ THE PRODUCT ~~~~~~ Tooth Tunes are effectively toothbrushes that play music, sound pretty crap don't they, I know that's what I thought when they were brought to my attention, they are in fact a little more than that. The toothbrushes come in seven different colours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/08, updated on 31/12/08 (Very useful, 221 readings)
My daughter had the usual long wish list for Christmas presents this year and apart from the pink ds everything else seemed to have high school musical preceeding the name of the present. I had the high school musical dressing gown, pjs slippers etc. and then just a few days before Christmas I spotted a high school musical tooth tunes musical toothbrush in Boots and thought it would just complete the set. The toothbrush which is similarly sized and shaped to your average toothbrush claims to be a new innovation in toothbrushing as it plays High School Musical's "What Time Is It?" through your teeth up your jawbone and into your head for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Our daughter really struggles to brush her teeth, she is currently being assessed as may be austistic, she's 11 and doesn't like the feel of the toothbrush on her teeth but particularly wobbly ones. We've tried electric toothbrush and she doesn't like that either. There comes a point where you'll just try all the various toothbrushes you can! I saw these singing toothbrushes last year, in fact my neice had one. My daughter liked the look of it and so when I saw then in Home Bargains (my fav shop) at a decent price I thought I'll have one of those for the stocking. She was so pleased when she opened it, her's plays the tune 'Walk away' by Kelly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/08 (Very useful, 98 readings)
'Tooth Tunes', made by Hasbro, are toothbrushes which play music as you brush. The makers claim that the music "plays through your teeth so you hear it in your head". Apparently then, it uses your teeth and head as an amplifier to resonate the sound. In reality, the brush can be heard at a fair volume without it even being in your mouth. The sound quality isn't very good - but what do you expect from a toothbrush! When using the brush, the volume of the song can be raised by increasing the brushing pressure - whilst benefitting those who are hard of hearing - it's not necessarily a good idea to encourage kids to brush too hard. The good aspect of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Most parents will have at some point experienced a conversation a little like the following . Parent : Have you brushed your teeth? Child : Not Yet Parent: Well, go and do them? Child: OK *10 seconds pass* Child: Mummy, I've done them! Me and my daughter (6) used to have this conversation every day, twice a day. Try as I might I couldn't get her to understand that brushing your teeth properly takes time . So, I'd read a couple of reviews about these, and decided to nip out and buy one, picking one that played the Scissor Sisters - I don't feel like dancing, which is a song my daughter currently loves. It cost me ... Read the complete review
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