The ultimate travel accessory, the USB connected DiamondClean Sonic toothbrush runs off a 2.0 W Lithium-polymer battery and comes in a handy USB charging case that hooks up to a laptop or wall socket.
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Its makers are calling it the "iPod of toothbrushes".
Philips DiamondClean HX 9332 comes with Sonicare's best cleaning technology: "Up to 31,000 brush strokes per minute, removes up to 100% more plaque" and promises to "improve gum health in 2 weeks".
It also whitens teeth, has five cleaning modes and a 2 minute timer - the recommended cleaning time by dentists - with a Quadpacer 30-second interval timer that encourages even brushing.
DiamondClean boasts lasting time of 42 2-minute brushings or 3 weeks and has a snap head brush for easy removal.
However, high tech teeth doesn't come cheap and retails for about Â£250 in the UK, around AU$400.
Either do the snap head brushes - retailing at Â£17 for a three pack - almost $30.
However, the device is sold on Amazon for around US$219 plus shipping.