【智能牙刷:3秒清洁,无需手握】

【智能牙刷:3秒清洁,无需手握】一位国外工程师发明了一款智能牙刷,该牙刷内含22个超声波电动刷头,可以在3秒内完成清洁牙齿的工作,还可通过喷射牙膏漱口液等方式清洁舌头和口腔内其他部位,该牙刷还能与手机相连从而允许用户设置口腔清洁的时长。据悉,该设备约2018年二月正式售卖。

The £90 mouth guard that cleans your teeth in just THREE SECONDS using 22 rotating toothbrush heads

The Unico is fitted with separate rotating electric toothbrush heads that are activated by tapping on a connecting power pack unit

Engineers have created the first-ever 'smartbrush' that can clean your teeth in less than three seconds.
The contraption has 22 separate ultra-sonic electric brushheads that rotate around the three exposed sections of a person's lower and upper set of teeth simultaneously.
It cleans tongues by squirting the toothpaste-mouthwash formula through small fitted nozzles.

The patented invention by Nicola Nichele, 28, is a motorised mouth guard that cleans a user's teeth simultaneously.
It is fitted with separate rotating electric toothbrush heads that are activated by tapping on a connecting power pack unit.
It comes in different sizes and even squeezes toothpaste into the centre of each brushhead from cartridges fitted in the pack.
The Unico, which costs 99 euros (£88/ £116) for two mouth units, connects to a smartphone which controls how fast and how long the cleaning cycle lasts.
Mr Nichele claimed he was inspired to invent it after finding using a manual brush before going to bed was very tiresome.
He first came up with the idea when he was a 'penniless' 18-year-old in 2007.

However, he was only able set up his company Unico and built his prototype in 2016 thanks to advances in 3D-printing and crowd-funding.
The estimated delivery date is February 2018 and it will ship anywhere in the world.

The contraption has 22 separate ultra-sonic electric brushheads that rotate around the three exposed sections of a person's lower and upper set of teeth simultaneously 

People will spend more than 200 full days manually cleaning their teeth by following dentists' advice that we spend three minutes after each meal.

'Unico is the first patented smartbrush in the world that can perform tooth brushing perfectly in just three seconds,' said the Italian product engineer.

'It's evening and you are completely relaxed on the sofa watching a movie. The movie ends, you are sleepy and you just want to go bed... but before you have to wash your teeth.

'I do not know if it is so for you, but for me that feeling is terribly annoying, so I invented Unico.

The Unico, which costs 99 euros (£88/ £116) for two mouth units, connects to a smartphone which controls how fast and how long the cleaning cycle lasts

The Unico, which costs 99 euros (£88/ £116) for two mouth units, connects to a smartphone which controls how fast and how long the cleaning cycle lasts

The invention is designed to take just 1.87 seconds to theoretically achieve the same cleaning results as three minutes of manual brushing

The invention is designed to take just 1.87 seconds to theoretically achieve the same cleaning results as three minutes of manual brushing

'The mouth unit comes with ergonomic and flared brushes that allow you to reach all the exposed surfaces of the teeth and the interstices between one tooth and the next one without damaging the enamel of the teeth and the gums',  said Mr Nichele (pictured)

'The mouth unit comes with ergonomic and flared brushes that allow you to reach all the exposed surfaces of the teeth and the interstices between one tooth and the next one without damaging the enamel of the teeth and the gums',  said Mr Nichele (pictured)

He added his invention is designed to take just 1.87 seconds to theoretically achieve the same cleaning results as three minutes of manual brushing.

'We brought the total time up to three seconds just to give you an even more effective cleansing and to give you the time to at least quickly do your hair or spray on some perfume while you are using it,' said Mr Nichele.

'The mouth unit comes with ergonomic and flared brushes that allow you to reach all the exposed surfaces of the teeth and the interstices between one tooth and the next one without damaging the enamel of the teeth and the gums', he said.

Nearly 200 people have backed and raised more than 23,000 euros (£20,500/ $27,000) out of his 75,000 euros (£24,000/ $32,000) crowd-funding target on his Kickstarter.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4992512/Engineers-created-motorised-mouth-guard.html#ixzz4vsM9gDTl


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