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Rinser Toothbrush

How cool and clever is this? Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Award, the "Rinser" is a toothbrush with a Power Fountain! The original toothbrush features a tunnel in its handle that allows water to flow like a fountain. No more using a cup or bending down to rinse! The "Rinser" is expected to be available in November, but can be pre-ordered now for $22. source
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AUDIO DESK | BY SYMBOL AUDIO

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