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Xiaomi has launched a new Dr Bei toothbrush under the crowdfunding platform. The new Dr Bei toothbrush is a electric model unlike the initial mechanical toothbrush that has been in the market for a while now. Dr Bei mechanical toothbrush is actually one cheap and hot-selling product, even outside China.

The new Dr Bei electric toothbrush uses the Sonic technology that is also utilized by the Soocas electric toothbrush. It comes with a tiny brush head that would ensure the toothbrush can access all parts of the oral cavity. The new electric toothbrush also comes with an IPX7-level waterproof build. It is powered by a 700mAh rechargeable battery. The battery takes about 4hours to become fully charged and it uses a 5V-1A charger. The wireless charging base doubles as a kickstand which can hold the toothbrush in an upright position. A full battery charge can last up to 21 days if it is used once daily.

Internally, the Dr Bei Sonic toothbrush packs a magnetic levitation motor that has a high frequency vibration of 31000 beats/minute. Its bristles amplitude exceeds 5.5mm and it can effectively clean the surface of the teeth and the blind area of the mouth. The vibration also has the power to disintegrate plaque. In addition, the motor uses a gradual start-up method to effectively prevent toothpaste from splashing.

On the outside, the toothbrush head adopts a mountain-type structure and a sandwich-type bristle arrangement, which can quickly penetrate into the gingival sulcus. The bristles can be assigned three types of sharpened fur produced by Toray to ease the bleeding of gums in the morning. The entire toothbrush with the bristle head attached weighs only 90g. The handle has a diameter of 25mm and so, is compact and easy to hold. In terms of functions, it supports both strong and weak vibration modes, known as Standard mode and Soft mode. Both modes can be selected using the button on the stem.

The toothbrush is presently on crowdfunding on the Xiaomi Youpin website for 99 yuan (~$15). The package iinclude a carry case, two toothbrush heads, a wireless charging base and the brush handle. There’s also a manual but expect that to be in Chinese. The  product is expected to start shipping on July 20 in China.There are hardly plans to launch these type of products outside China but in no distant time online retailers like Gearbest, Banggood, Geekbuying and others will have it in stock.