The Rinser Brush is simply genius
This invention is up there with sliced bread, grated cheese, and anything else you need to brush after eating
The Rinser Brush is almost too simple a gadget for its own story. But because it’s that good we’ve made an exception.
The brilliant toothbrush uses a scoop that funnels water running from the tap down to a hole in its neck. The result, as you can see, is a water fountain for rinsing after you brush. There’s even a button to control the fountain as well as replacement heads so your US$22 (£14) weren’t wasted after a month’s use. We reckon you could probably use it for some good drinking games, not that we’re recommending that, of course.
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