Nest Brush reinvents the toothbrush with a UV-C disinfecting stand

It looks great, and cleans teeth – Nest Brush has just released its reddot-winning toothbrush on Kickstarter. With built-in UV light and a toothpaste reservoir, the Nest Brush works very differently from your conventional toothbrush. It didn’t even have a battery installed.

Looking to reinvent the dated design of the toothbrush, the Nest Brush is a travel-friendly toothbrush that is compact and sanitary. Available in four colors, the Nest Brush features a refillable tube in the handle that dispenses toothpaste to the food-grade hypoallergenic silicone head. The brush can be mounted to its magnetic stand where the head is UV-C sterilized.

Base station with UV-C

After cleaning, simply place the brush on a holder, the end of which contains a UV-C light. The UV-C stand automatically turns on to kill any bacteria on the brush and will automatically turn off after a minute. The base battery is designed to last at least six months before it needs to be charged.

If you’re planning to take the Nest Brush on the road, simply pop off the removable UV module and add the travel case. The travel setup has two months’ worth of battery life.

Price and availability

Nest Brush is part of a Kickstarter campaign and the company’s first crowdfunding project. During the financing phase, a toothbrush including the base costs 56 euros. A set of pair with two brushes costs 73 euros. Those interested can head over to Kickstarter to back the project.

Once the financing round is complete, delivery will take place in November. Note: Crowdfunding projects involve some risk for users.

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