DO NOT BUY BRUSHPRO X.
It does not work as you would expect and the company/seller behind the product is falsely advertising this product.
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I am going to keep this article fairly short and to the point. There is no need for me to write a long explanation as to why you should not buy this toothbrush.
To be clear, I have not personally purchased or used this toothbrush, to make a definitive comment on how well it works.
I titled this article a review, it isn’t. But, I wanted to gain as much attention as possible, for your benefit. However, I think you will understand why I am saying do not buy this product when you read on.
BrushPro X, BrushProX, Brush Pro X or any other variation of the name which is used is what the company call an ‘Automatic Toothbrush’ and it is being sold through the following websites:
- www.bosstech.com / https://boss-tech.com/brushprox/US/x-22/
- And I suspect others I have likely yet to come across
An ‘automatic toothbrush’ is another name for what I call a ‘mouthpiece toothbrush’. and my mouthpiece toothbrush article goes into great detail about these types of toothbrushes and why they are not quite ready for daily use.
Whilst I have concerns about the methods some companies are using to lure people like you and me into buying these products, the tactics used by those selling BrushPro X are particularly worrying and ultimately why I believe you should avoid this product.
Firstly, their website claims, as per the image below, that this is the ‘Worlds First Automatic Toothbrush’. This is not true. If any can claim ‘First’ it was the Amabrush toothbrush that launched on Kickstarter in 2017.
Secondly, the company shows reviews of their product, however, pictured is a review of V-White, a product I have reviewed. Amazingly, all the reviews listed are 5*. 🤔
This leads me onto the third point which is I believe the product they are actually shipping is the V-White toothbrush and not their own product.
V-White is a brand out of China. It has been re-sold by many companies, but a large number are passing it off as their own. You believe you are getting BrushPro X, but the package you receive is V-White. It is labelled all over the box etc.
The features listed on the sales page are not necessarily incorrect, but they are not clear that you are actually receiving a different brand of product.
I explain this more in the mouthpiece toothbrush article.
So are you concerned by now?
Whilst there are many more things I could point out as a concern, the last and most significant I believe is the adverts they are creating.
Promoted primarily on YouTube, their adverts are made up of various images/video clips, several of which are taken from our very own videos, of Amabrush, a product that looks and performs differently to BrushProX.
Just take a look at the following images.
I did contact the company about these adverts. They did reply, and suggested the videos would no longer be used. However, promotional videos remained online days after this correspondence. YouTube removed them as a result of ‘Copyrite’ infringement.
So, there you have it.
Make up your own mind, but I do strongly encourage you not to buy this product.
Do you own or have you used the BrushProx.
Perhaps you have taken a look at their sales pages and have your own concerns?
Let me know what you think about this brush and let others who may well be considering purchasing one know your opinions before they do.