Inbe Vibrating Flosser

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Inbe Vibrating Flosser is a compact, hand-held tool that's been created to allow users to floss their teeth without putting their hands or fingers in their mouths. The battery-operated, pencil-like tool has been designed to be comfortable for the human hand to hold, and each one comes with three replaceable floss heads that are meant to last for a month each. While you're using this tool, it's stated that you'll be able to choose from three pre-programmed flossing speeds, which will affect how quickly your tool's head vibrates.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Inbe Vibrating Flosser is $29.99 plus $4.99 shipping for a total price of $34.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Add Floss Head

    Once you've obtained an Inbe Vibrating Flosser, and have ensured that a single AA battery has been inserted inside the device, you'll need to add one of the included floss heads. The floss head should click quickly onto the top of the tool, which will appear narrower than the base.

  2. Power up the Flosser

    After a head's been added, the next thing you must do is use the power button on the flossing tool's handle to power it up. You'll notice that right after you do so, both the handle and the head will start to gently vibrate.

  3. Floss Teeth

    Next, pick up your flossing tool in one hand. Insert it in your mouth and begin to slide it into the spaces between all of your teeth, one by one. As you do so, the device's vibrations will quickly loosen and remove tartar, plaque, and debris from those spaces. You can turn up the vibration level from low to medium or high if you'd like, by tapping the power button either one or two more times, respectively.

  4. Turn Off Device

    When you're done fully flossing your teeth, remember to turn off your device by holding the power button down for a couple of seconds, as this will help conserve its battery's power. Unless you've used the same flossing head for a month, you won't have to remove it. When it's time to remove the head, though, simply hold your tool over a wastebasket and push down gently on the head—it should then fall into the basket.


  • Lightweight

    The Inbe Vibrating Flosser is both lightweight and compact. Each one has similar dimensions to a standard toothbrush and only weighs one ounce. Therefore, you won't feel as if you have to control something heavy while you maneuver the tool into the various nooks and crannies of your mouth. Plus, this tool will take up little room in a suitcase or overnight bag, if you want to carry it with you while you're traveling.

  • Powered by One Battery

    You won't need electricity to operate this device, so you'll be able to pull it out and use it almost anywhere, provided that you have one AAA battery in the device or otherwise on hand.

  • Automatic Shut-off Function

    This flossing tool has an automatic shut-off function that'll cause it to turn off after one minute, which is an ideal amount of flossing time, in most cases. During that time period, it should make it through up to 30,000 vibrations, although the exact number will depend on the vibration level you've chosen (low, medium, or high). If you want to turn the tool on for more flossing after it shuts off, you certainly can.

  • Pointer Finger Indent

    The handle of each tool contains an indent where the pointer finger of your dominant hand should be resting as you use the tool to floss your teeth. Placing your pointer finger within this indent can enhance the level of control you have over the tool and make you less likely to drop it.

  • 90-Day Head Supply

    With each Inbe Vibrating Flosser, you'll receive three small, replaceable flossing heads. Since each head is meant to last for 30 days, you'll have enough heads to last you for about three months, even if you use the tool every day.

Positive Points

  • Sleek Appearance

    Each of these tools is black, with an aluminum handle, which gives it quite a sleek, sophisticated look. The color combination of black and silver will also appeal to people of a wide variety of ages and genders.

  • No Hands in Mouth

    If you choose to floss with regular dental floss, putting your fingers and even your hands in your mouth will likely be necessary, if you want to snag all the debris from between your teeth. However, putting your digits inside your mouth won't be necessary once you start using the Inbe Vibrating Flosser instead. Your fingers will be able to rest on the device's handle, at least a couple of inches away from any gross, long-embedded pieces of debris. You also won't run the risk of transferring germs from your hands into your mouth and making yourself ill.

  • Don't Have to Touch Floss

    On a related note, when using this flossing tool, you won't have to touch any used floss, as you would if flossing manually with a piece of dental string. Instead, when a particular head gets too dirty, you'll be able to transfer it to your garbage can by pushing down on the plastic part of the head only. This part of the head should not have entered the area between any two teeth, throughout the flossing process, so it shouldn't be dirty.

Negative Points

  • May Need More Heads Later

    If you want to continue using this flossing tool for more than three months, it follows that you'll need more flossing heads. It may be hard for you to find these heads on their own, without obtaining a new tool along with them. Unfortunately, flossing heads shouldn't be washed and reused for more than a month, as they may be too dirty after that to retain their usual level of effectiveness.

Critical Advice

As alluded to above, you'll be able to have your flossing tool vibrate at a low, a medium, or a high speed as it flosses your teeth. If you have little experience with this type of tool or have sensitive gums, it's best to stick with the lowest speed. Once you've gained experience, if your gums aren't super-sensitive, then giving the other levels a try is acceptable. If your gums ever start bleeding as you use the tool, though, the vibration level should be turned down.

Save Money

Those people who don't floss their teeth regularly may end up spending more than an hour in the dentist's chair during every visit, which can put a huge dent in one's wallet. With the addition of the Inbe Vibrating Flosser to your teeth-cleaning regime, however, you may be in and out of that chair more quickly, which typically means the price won't be as high. Furthermore, if you use this tool for months or years, you may get away with visiting the dentist only once a year instead of twice, without causing your teeth to suffer.

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Wise Advice

Do not buy Inbe Vibrating Flosser online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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