Brush & Rinse Toothbrush Creates Mini Water Fountain

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The Brush & Rinse toothbrush from Amron Experimental creates a little water fountain for you to sip from when it's time to rinse. Hey, this is a solution to a problem that's long overdue.

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Illustration for article titled Brush  Rinse Toothbrush Creates Mini Water Fountain
Illustration for article titled Brush  Rinse Toothbrush Creates Mini Water Fountain
Illustration for article titled Brush  Rinse Toothbrush Creates Mini Water Fountain
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Illustration for article titled Brush  Rinse Toothbrush Creates Mini Water Fountain


An odd twist on the Amron Experimental website is the sale of 27 working prototypes, each for $1750 plus $30 shipping. Huh? Don't let that scare you away, though—once the toothbrushes are in widespread production, the company plans to price them at $3 apiece.

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Excellent idea. Sign us up. [Amron Experimental]

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DISCUSSION

This is one poll where I'm actually kind of glad my option isn't listed. It demonstrates exactly why I have those little disposable cups by my sink. That's right, I use a little plastic cup (like the kind at hospitals) for maybe a week or so, until it does indeed start to get nasty, and then I throw it away.

Why do I do this? Because I have no interest in any of the listed alternatives.

And HFC... I had a 3D animation teacher who taught us all a little saying, and your response to this article really reminds me of it, so I'm going to share: "An amateur will always be quick to brag about how many polygons his models use. An expert will proudly tell you how few." I'm pretty sure the quote makes sense even without experience.