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Oral-B Smart 2000 Review

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Our Verdict

5 Star Rating

The Smart 2000 is our top choice for an electric toothbrush today.

It has the essential features you want at an affordable price.

It is a strong performer that cleans the teeth well. 

Pros

  • Timer and pacer encourage brushing for the recommended time
  • Visible pressure sensor – alerts you when brushing too hard
  • 2 weeks of use on a single charge
  • Multiple cleaning modes (if desired)*

Cons

  • No icons on the handle to show which cleaning mode is selected
  • Defaults to the daily clean mode
  • Despite the name, it is not a ‘smart’ toothbrush

Where to buy the Oral-B Smart 2000

The Smart 2000 is stocked at Amazon as well as Well.ca and Walmart.

It’s always worth checking eBay too.

Consider these other brushes

Unless you have specific needs or wants, there is no need to consider other brushes alongside the Smart 2000. 

The Smart 2000 is our top pick for a great value, strong performing electric toothbrush.

It is superb. Affordable with the features you need. You are not getting or paying for unnecessary extras. It is perhaps no surprise that it is our number 1 choice for the best electric toothbrush.

Do make sure you use the correct brushing technique to gain maximum benefit from it.

Our guide to taking care of your teeth shows you all of the important things you need to know, irrespective of the toothbrush you use.

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Oral-B Smart 2000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush
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Price
CDN$ 89.99
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Oral-B Smart 2000 in-depth review

The Smart 2000 was added to the Oral-B range in 2021.

Despite the name, it does not actually offer what I would typically consider ‘smart’ features.  The word smart is normally associated with a toothbrush that can connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth.  This can’t.

A lower mid-range electric toothbrush, this actually offers all you need and not lots of unnecessary extras.

It is a very good example of what a toothbrush should be and what most of us actually need.

Variants of this toothbrush

At the time of review, there is only 1 version of the Smart 2000.

It is a white coloured brush handle with a white/dusty grey rubber grip around the power button.

It is possible other colour options will be made available in the future.  The colour tends to be the grip around the power button. Typical colours are navy (blue), and light rose (pink).  

It is possible that it will come in black, but in this instance, it is likely the main body of the brush handle will be black too.

The Smart 2000 is the Canadian equivalent of the Smart 1500 sold in the USA.

*Official information from Oral-B suggests that the Smart 2000 has just 2 cleaning modes, Daily Clean and Sensitive.

However, the unit I purchased, clearly has 3 modes. That 3rd mode is Whitening.

I can’t confirm that this will be the case for everyone, but the same thing happened with the Smart 1500 available in the USA. Oral-B suggests 2 modes, but it had 3 available out of the box.

What’s in the box?

  • 1 x Oral-B Smart 2000 brush handle
  • 1 x CrossAction brush head
  • 1 x White charging stand
  • Documentation
Oral-B Smart 2000 box contents

Key Features

  • Oral-B 3D movement cleaning system (Oscillating-Rotating-Pulsating)
  • Rechargeable battery
  • 2 cleaning modes (Daily Clean and Sensitive)*
  • Pressure sensor
  • 2 minute timer including quadpacer
  • 14+ day battery life

Design, usability, clean & general use

The Smart 2000 has a blue coloured outer cardboard box shows a picture of the toothbrush you will be getting inside. Listed on the box are some of the main features of this brush.  Interestingly, there is no mention of the cleaning modes available.

Disappointingly Oral-B opted to use a polystyrene inner tray to the box, rather than the more environmentally friendly cardboard inners that some other models have begun shipping with.

The actual box contents is minimal, supplying just what you need and nothing extra.

This is both a positive and a negative.  I like it because it means you and I are not left with items we won’t actually use.  

But, the downside is that a little extra added value.  I would have welcomed a second brush head or a travel case. I think most of us would make good use of these.

Oral-B Smart 2000 Electric Toothbrush

By no means a deal breaker, I think the travel case would have been a particular bonus and clinched this as a must buy for many people.  Many of us do spend nights away where we need to take our toothbrush. Without it, we have to buy or find some other solution to protect the head and handle from damage when in our travel bags.

I want to make it clear from the start, that despite being named ‘smart’ there are no smart features to this brush.

Don’t get me wrong there is some valuable technology built-in.  But, typically the word ‘smart’ is associated with Bluetooth enabled toothbrushes (as explained here) or those handles that really offer some groundbreaking technology.  The 2000 does not.

This is particularly confusing when you consider that there are other toothbrushes in the Oral-B range that are named ‘SmartSeries’ and do offer Bluetooth technology.

As clever as some of the Bluetooth technology and associated smart features are.  You don’t need them. Few actually continue to use them months after getting their new toothbrush.

The 2000 is designed like most other electric toothbrushes, a tall cylindrical handle. Actually, it is not perfectly round, it is slightly thicker, than it is wide, but near enough.

Oral-B Smart 2000 in the hand

On top of the handle is where the brush head sits.  Everything is fairly standard. It still feels solid and well built.

Compared to other models, the design is actually a little different.  It has a styling that has not been used before. 

What stands out is the lack of grips on the handle.  Many other Oral-B models have a large rubber grip to help keep a secure hold in hand. Cheaper handles tend to have this on the front, and premium models like the Genius series, on the back.

This is not so with the Smart 2000.

There are no large rubber grips.  The back of the handle does have a series of small dimples, which do provide a bit of additional grip to the fingertip.  They are quite subtle and run the length of the handle.  They help but are not quite as tactile and effective as the raised plastic ridges you get on the Pro 1000 or Pro 3000.

Dimpled grips on Smart 2000

This lack of grips makes the handle look slightly more stylish, minimal and cleaner.  It is also easier to wipe clean.  Toothpaste residue can build up on the rubber grips of other handles and be harder to remove. 

There is an oval shaped panel in the upper third of the brush handle that is of a rubber/silicone construction and helps provide some security in hand, it is just a lot less than what I am used to on an Oral-B brush.

This oval shaped panel on this white variant is a dusty grey/white colour. It isn’t all that bold and doesn’t stand out as much as it could, if other colours were used.

Within this panel is the power come function button.

There is a concave shape to the button which means it is easy to detect with the fingertip and in hand, the thumb naturally falls to this position.

Printed on the button is a power icon, it is white in colour and stands just enough from the panel in which it is placed.

There is a real minimal look to this handle overall. 

Power button and brush head Oral-B Smart 2000

In the lower third of the handle is a battery status LED. The LED will flash red when the battery inside the handle is low and it flashes green when being recharged.

The rechargeable lithium battery sealed inside the handle offers 2+ weeks of battery life on a full charge.

Underneath this is an Oral-B and Braun logo that are grey in colour.

On the base of the handle is a recess into which the protuberance on the charging stand fits.  Some regulatory information is printed here too.

The handle does stand upright on a flat surface.

Another small thing to note is on the back of the handle towards the bottom are 2 raised dots.  They look a bit odd or out of place.  But these are quite clever in what they do.  If the brush is laid on a worktop, they reduce the chance of the brush rolling around, keeping it face up.

At the top of the brush handle, just below where the brush head attaches is a clear plastic ring.  It runs around the whole handle.  This is the 360 degree visible pressure sensor.  

The Smart 2000 is the most cost effective model in the Oral-B range to offer a full 360 degree visible pressure sensor.  The older Pro 2000 has a visible pressure sensor, but it is about half the size and doesn’t wrap around the whole handle.

If you are not familiar with a pressure sensor, what happens is that when brushing, should the handle detect too much force is being used, it will turn on a light, so the ring is lit red.

As we know, red is often used as a warning colour.

Oral-B Smart 2000 pressure sensor

The size and position of it should catch your attention. That said, the light is strongest on the backside of the ring, where the LED is located. It is not a consistently strong ring of red light as you might expect. The light is weaker on the front side of the light ring.  I think Oral-B should and could easily fix this. If it is lit red, you need to reduce the pressure.

Brushing too hard can damage the teeth and gums, so it is best avoided.  This sensor helps reduce the chances of long term damage happening.

It is more useful than you might think, particularly if you are new to electric toothbrushes.  

Most of the time you want to make sure you are not activating this sensor.  

When it is activated, in addition to the red light, you should hear the sound of the motor change.  This is an audible alert, in case you miss the light.

Until such time as the pressure is reduced, the motor will also reduce the number of movements and pulsations delivered to the brush head, in an effort to limit any potential damage.  

As a consequence, this changes the brushing sensation, which acts as a third alert mechanism.

It would also be nice if the handle vibrated differently like Sonicare models do.  But, alas it does not.

Once the pressure is relieved, the light will go out, the motor will return to full power for the cleaning mode selected and the sound the brush makes will have changed too.

Extending from the top of the handle is a metal shaft.  

This is connected to the powerful motor inside the handle and is what causes the brush head to oscillate, rotate and pulsate when connected.

Supplied in the box is a single Sensitive brush head.

Oral-B sensitive brush head

This pushes onto that metal shaft and pulls off when you want to remove it.  No twisting or locking into place is required.

The small round head does an excellent job of cleaning the teeth.  It is able to reach the back of the mouth and very effectively remove plaque, bacteria and debris off the teeth and from the gumline. After every use my teeth felt lovely and clean.

It moves at up to 10,500 oscillations per minute and delivers up to 48,000 pulsations per minute too (subject to brushing mode selected).

The Sensitive head is nice and soft on the teeth and gums. It is one of the preferred brush head options, alongside the CrossAction head (sold separately).

These are both from a range of small round interchangeable brush heads that Oral-B offer for their electric toothbrushes.

Other styles of brush heads, which are compatible with the 2000 include:

  • FlossAction
  • Precision Clean
  • Pro GumCare
  • Deep Sweep
  • 3D White
  • Cross Action
  • Sensitive

CrossAction along with the Pro GumCare/Sensitive are my top recommendations.  To find out why and learn more about the differences between each, do take a look at our best Oral-B brush head guide.

If you are not already aware, it is important to replace a brush head every 3 months on average, sooner if the bristles are showing obvious signs of wear.

Whilst some heads will look well used after this time, they can almost look as good as new.  But, the tips of the bristles will have become worn during this time as they pass over the teeth and gums.

Using for longer than 3 months can potentially lead to them doing more damage than good and not cleaning the teeth as well.

It is easy to forget when you last replaced the head, so what happens is that over a period of approximately 3 months, the blue bristles on the head fade to a pale blue/translucent colour to indicate the brush head requires changing.

If possible recycle your used brush head. In fact, recycle all your oral care items.  

Smart 2000 under running water

To actually use the Smart 2000 all you need do is press the power button on the brush handle once and it will launch into the ‘Daily Clean’ cleaning mode.

This is 1 of 2 (possibly 3) modes available on the Smart 2000.

Official information from Oral-B suggests that the Smart 2000 has just 2 cleaning modes, Daily Clean and Sensitive.

However, the unit I purchased, clearly has 3 modes. That 3rd mode is Whitening.

I can’t confirm that this will be the case for everyone, but the same thing happened with the Smart 1500 available in the USA. Oral-B suggests 2 modes, but it had 3 available out of the box.

In Oral-B’s words (taken from the manual) this is what each mode is designed for:

  • Daily Clean – Standard mode for daily cleaning
  • Sensitive – Gentle, yet thorough cleaning for sensitive areas
  • Whitening (if available on your model) – Exceptional polishing for occasional or everyday use

It is up to you which mode you use.  

Any can be used on a daily basis if you wish. All will provide a good clean to the teeth and gums if the brush is used correctly. 

Even with those brushes offering many more cleaning modes, my go to modes are Daily Clean, followed by Sensitive mode should the other feel too intense for any reason.  

Whitening (if available) has limited additional benefit in my opinion.  Yes, the speed and cleaning pattern is different.  But, it is perfectly possible to whiten the teeth with the other cleaning modes

Don’t worry too much about which mode to use, you are best to just pick one and stick with it.  Selecting a different mode is not going to fundamentally change the cleaning results you get.

Our Oral-B cleaning modes article explains each mode and how they differ in a little more detail, should you be keen to learn more.

Power button on Smart 2000

There is only 1 physical button on the 2000.  This turns the brush on and off and allows you to change between the cleaning modes.

A single press of the power button will turn the brush on.

When the brush is powered on it will default to the daily clean mode.

To select the sensitive mode you have to press the button again. 

So, one press to turn the brush on and launch daily clean, a second press to change it to sensitive.

A third press will turn the brush off.  Or alternatively, press and hold the power button for about 2 seconds will also turn it off.

Or if your brush has 3 modes like ours, a third press will select whitening mode. And a fourth press will turn the brush off.

Therefore if the sensitive mode is your preference, you have to press the power button twice, every time you use it.  

I have to admit this is a bit frustrating, but something that is common amongst the mid-range brushes from Oral-B.

This does not tend to be the case with Sonicare brushes.

It would also be nice if there were some form of indicator or icon on the handle to reconfirm to you that you have selected the right mode.  With practice, you learn and can tell the difference.  But, a simple LED next to the name of the mode on the handle would be good.  It saves you from having to think quite so hard and just makes everyday usability better.

When any of the brushing modes are in use, the built-in timer and pacer are activated too.

The timer and pacer are included to help encourage you and me to brush for the dentist recommended 2 minutes.

This has been found to be the optimum amount of time for achieving clean teeth and gums

During a 2 minute clean the idea is that you spend 30 seconds cleaning each section (quadrant) of the mouth.

Those 4 sections are, upper right, upper left, lower right, and lower left.

At the 30 second intervals, the brush will provide an audible warning via a slight pause in the brush motor.  You will also notice a change in the brushing sensation too. This is your cue to change quadrant. 

Once the 2 minutes are up, 3 brief pauses in the brush motor will be heard and felt.  The brush will continue to run at the end of the 2 minutes, you then need to turn it off, it will not do this automatically.

Side profile Oral-B Smart 2000

This timer and pacer are what I consider essential to a good electric toothbrush and can make a significant difference to the way we brush and ultimately our long term oral health.

When it comes to dental advice and information on how to take care of your teeth, the Canadian Dental Association are one of the leading bodies.

Whilst the Pro 2000 specifically has not been awarded their ‘Approved’ status, other Oral-B products with the same cleaning action have.  This means the brushes have met and surpassed certain standards and tests that the independent board put together.

As you might expect, the Smart 2000 toothbrush handle is water resistant. 

Whilst Oral-B does not specifically state in the manual not to use it when bathing, it should be fine to use in the shower, but do avoid submerging it in the bath for example.  A rinse under the tap etc is fine too.  

Do be sure to keep the charging stand away from water.

The Smart 2000 is a really lovely electric toothbrush and it is a great option for both new and experienced electric toothbrush owners.  However, it might not be for everyone.  And for this reason, Oral-B offers a 60 day money back guarantee that you can take advantage of if you are not happy for any reason.  

If you keep the brush, which I suspect you will, it is then supported by a 2 year warranty, should something, unfortunately, go wrong.

Summary of design, usability, clean & general use

  • Minimal, clean design
  • Not as much grip as some other models
  • A small oval rubber panel around the power button provides some in hand grip
  • Dimpled texture to the back of the handle
  • Available in 1 colour
  • Solid and well built
  • 2 cleaning modes (daily clean & sensitive)*
  • Does not remember the cleaning mode last used
  • No cleaning mode icons or labels on the brush handle
  • Cleans the teeth really well
  • Built-in pressure sensor including 360 degree visible sensor
  • Built-in 2 minute timer and 30 second pacer
  • 1 x CrossAction brush head supplied 
  • Other brush head styles are available separately
  • Rechargeable battery built-in
  • Lithium battery offers 2 weeks of battery life
  • Water resistant
  • 60 day money back guarantee
  • 2 year warranty

Battery life

Sealed inside the handle of the Smart 2000 from Oral-B is a rechargeable Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery.

This battery is not user-replaceable and is recharged via the supplied charging stand.

Oral-B suggests a usage time of 2+ weeks (14+ days) on a full charge.

The plus (+) makes it a bit vague as to how much above 14 days you will get.

White Oral-B Smart 2000 on charging stand

Based on a 2 minute clean, I was able to complete 40 brushing sessions on a full charge.  This is equivalent to 20 days of use.

In fairness to Oral-B, this is nearly 3 weeks, a week longer than suggested.

Now, in all honesty, by about day 19 the motor was beginning to slow and the cleaning power was quite weak and noticeably not as good.  But it is safe to say that you will get at least 2 weeks out of the brush.

Overall I am pleased with this.

I ran my battery test on the standard daily clean mode.  It is possible that an extra day may well be achieved if you use the sensitive mode.

It does not quite perform as well as the likes of the Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100, which is a logical alternative to the 2000.  That actually lasts up to 5 weeks on a full charge.

There are no other Oral-B brushes at the time of review that offer better battery life than this.

Your opinion may well be different, but typically I wish for the battery to last at least 2 weeks on a full charge.  

This is because it gives the flexibility to go away for a few days or even a couple of weeks on business or for a vacation, without having to worry about taking a charger with you.  As you can tell the 2000 allows just this.

Provided in the box with the 2000 is a standard Oral-B charging stand.

Oral-B charging stand

The white coloured stand is a little thicker and wider than the handle itself and has a protuberance on the top, which aligns with a recess found in the base of the Smart 2000’s handle.

Hardwired into the charging stand is a 2 pin power adapter.  The power cord is approx 3 ft/36 inches in length.

Connect the adapter to the outlet on the wall, sit the 2000 on the stand and it will begin charging.

It can take up to 12 hours to charge the brush fully.

When on the stand, the battery status indicator on the front of the brush handle will flash green.

If the battery is completely flat it can take up to 30 minutes or so for it to begin flashing.

Once fully charged, the light will stop flashing and turn itself out.

Electronic circuits in the charger and toothbrush prevent the battery from being overcharged.  So, if the brush is left on the charger for extended periods of time, you don’t need to worry.

When in use, the battery icon will flash red if the battery is getting low.

You should still be able to complete a couple of brushing sessions, even when the battery is low, before it runs out completely.  However, as the power decreases the brush head movements may reduce too.  

For those who do travel, the provided charging stand supports 110-130v.  This means that should you need to take the charging stand with you, you may need a voltage and plug adapter too, subject to where you are travelling.  This would be the case if you were going to a European country for example.

Summary of battery life

  • Claimed battery life of 2+ weeks
  • Achieved a maximum of 20 days in my hands-on testing
  • Supplied with a charging stand
  • Takes up to 12 hours to charge fully
  • Flashing green LED when the battery is charging
  • Flashing green LED will stop when the battery is fully recharged
  • Flashing red LED when the battery is low
  • Can be left on the stand
  • Stand support 110-130v
  • Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery sealed inside

Price & where to buy

I have included links to buying options here at the start of the review.

In the section below, I discuss the price more generally and in relation to similar products.

The Oral-B Pro 2000 has a suggested selling price of CDN$100, which when you think about what you get and compare it to other models from Oral-B or even Sonicare, this is actually a pretty reasonable price.

Oral-B Smart 2000 with box

However, it is common for electric toothbrushes to be sold with a discount.

The discount can vary from one model to another and fluctuate throughout the year, but it is not uncommon for discounts of around 20% on average.

The Smart 2000 is thankfully not an exception to this rule, and whilst its suggested selling price is around $100, it is quite possible to buy this for about CDN$80 or less.

Prices and discounts are always subject to change and they do vary from one seller to another. Of course, not all sellers will discount it, but you don’t have to work too hard to find it at a slightly lower price. Even if it’s CDN$10, it’s $10 back in your pocket.

The Pro 1000 from Oral-B is cheaper and typically sells for around CDN$50-60. I tell you this because actually for most, this is a great toothbrush. But, the 2000 has the visible pressure sensor, 2 cleaning modes and twice the battery life.  This is worth paying the premium for.  The cost difference is very little when you spread it over the years of ownership.

Here at Electric Teeth, to give a bit of a benchmark on the cost of ownership in comparison to other brushes, we like to price them over a 3 year period.

The Smart 2000 comes with 1 brush head included in the box.

With brush heads ideally needing to be replaced every 3 months, during a 3 year period another 11 heads would need to be purchased.  On average an Oral-B brush head will cost $8, or $88 in total in this case.

Add the CDN$88 to the $80 average purchase price and the total cost is CDN$168 or $0.15 per day.

If you paid the full $100 retail price it would cost CDN$188 or $0.17 per day.

This price does exclude the cost of water, toothpaste and electricity to charge it.  This price also works on some assumptions, but you get a rough idea.

For the sake of comparison, the highly regarded Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 works out at $0.18 per day.

The more entry level Pro 1000 works out at just $0.14 per day, but isn’t quite as feature rich as the 2000.  

Given the choice of electric toothbrushes available today and based on my own hands-on experience I do believe the Smart 2000 is very competitively priced for what it offers.

Ultimately it is only worth what you are prepared to pay for it.  In my opinion it is worth the investment. 

Please note that all prices quoted are approximates and will vary based on location, supplier and time of purchase.  These figures were correct at the time of writing and should not be relied upon as hard fact, but used as a guide during your decision process.

Summary of price & where to buy

  • List of buying options included here
  • Recommended retail price of CDN$100
  • Typically sells with a 20% discount
  • Average selling price of around $80
  • Replacement brush heads cost $8 each on average
  • Works out at $0.15 per day over 3 years
  • Comparably priced to the competition

Reliability & long term use

The fundamental technology that Oral-B uses to power this toothbrush and provide a great clean is no different to most of the brushes the company offers.

The handle design of the Smart 2000 is slightly different though.

It has the classic cylindrical shape, but the plastic body of the handle and the 360 degree pressure sensor is a new combination.

The 360 degree sensor has been made available on premium Oral-B toothbrushes such as the Genius Pro 8000, but the very minimal handle design is a little different to what has been available previously.

Having used this brush for a couple of weeks and analyzed it, I have no immediate cause for concern.

Oral-B has a good reputation for build and durability and I have little reason to doubt that here. Should the worst happen and it fails in some way, you have a 2 year manufacturer warranty, on top of the 60 day money back guarantee offered.

Conclusion

Our mission here at Electric Teeth is to show how good oral care does not need to be complicated or expensive and the 2000 demonstrates just this.

It might well be more expensive than a manual toothbrush, but it offers features simply not available from a manual alternative.

Notably, these extras (powerful motor, timer, pacer, pressure sensor) are what you need and make the electric brush so compelling.  There are no unnecessary extras here.

This is a brush I highly recommend. 

Not only does it do a great job of cleaning the teeth, it does so at an affordable price.

This is one of those brushes I just say go and buy, I really don’t think you will regret it.

Our Choice
Oral-B Smart 2000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush
Brush Name
Oral-B Smart 2000
Customer Rating
Electric Teeth Rating
5/5
Price
CDN$ 89.99
Prime
Our Choice
Oral-B Smart 2000 Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush
Brush Name
Oral-B Smart 2000
Customer Rating
Electric Teeth Rating
5/5
Price
CDN$ 89.99
Prime

Size Guide

  • Height (without head) – 19.5cm/7.68 inches
  • Height (with head) – 23.2cm/9.13 inches
  • Width – 2.5cm/0.98 inches
  • Thickness – 2.9cm/1.14 inches
  • Weight (without head) – 119g/4.2oz
  • Weight (with head) – 124g/4.4oz

All are approximates

Noise

  • 78dB

FAQ

  • Is the Smart 2000 an oscillating brush?
    • Yes, with Oral-B 3D motion that oscillates, rotates and pulsates.
  • What brushing/cleaning modes are available?
  • What brush head does the Smart 1500 come with and what alternative ones can be used?
    • The 2000 comes supplied with a single CrossAction brush head.
    • Oral-B primarily offers a total of 6 different brush heads, each of which can be purchased separately and used with this toothbrush. Those options are:
      • CrossAction
      • FlossAction
      • 3D White
      • Pro GumCare
      • Sensitive Clean
      • Precision Clean
    • There are some more specialised brush heads available also.  You can find out more about them and the standard Oral-B brush heads here
  • Does the Smart 2000 have a pressure sensor?
    • Yes, it does.
  • Does the Oral-B 2000 have Bluetooth?
    • No, it does not.
  • Does it come with a travel case?
    • No, a travel case is not included in the box.
  • Does it come with a charger?
    • Yes, a charging station is included with the Smart 2000.  It is a 2 pin US charger that works on 110-130v.
  • How long does the battery last?
    • The battery lasts up to 80 minutes, which if used on the standard daily clean mode is 20 days based on 2 cleans per day.
  • Can I use the Smart 2000 be used in the shower?
    • Oral-B does not specifically state that you can or cannot use it in the shower.  The handle is waterproof.  It should be fine to use in the shower, but avoid bathing with it and submerging it completely in water.
  • Does the Smart 2000 come with a warranty & how long is it?
    • If purchased new from an approved retailer the brush will come with a 2 year.
    • Find out more about the Oral-B warranty.

Your Opinions

Do you own or have you used the Oral-B Smart 2000?

Are there certain features that you really like or dislike?

Let us know what you think about this brush and let others who may well be considering purchasing one know your opinions before they do.

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About Jon Love

Jon is a leading voice on electric toothbrushes and has been quoted by mainstream media publications for his opinions and expertise.

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Passionate about business and helping others, Jon has been involved in various online enterprises since the early 2000s.

After spending 12 years in consumer technology, it was in 2014 that he focused his attention on dental health, having experienced first-hand the challenge of choosing a new toothbrush.

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