The Colgate ProClinical 250+ comes with 1 cleaning head, a travel cap and a charger. It’s available in white or black, and it’s very straightforward to use. Cleaning results were mixed, with some testers saying it made a difference and others saying it was the same as their current brand. It’s a fairly basic, entry-level toothbrush that won’t break the bank. It’s ideal for someone getting their first electric toothbrush to ease them in.
This product has been scientifically assessed and found to be quieter than most in this category.
Some testers did notice reduced plaque levels, which is encouraging. It has a 2-minute timer and a pacer, to ensure you clean effectively. It automatically switches it off after two minutes of use. There’s a charge indicator light to alert you when it’s running out and a handy travel cap for hygiene when you’re away.
This toothbrush has a really simple design and minimal features. It promises 5 X more plaque removal (compared to Philips’ 10) – and very little faff.
The Colgate Pro Clinical 250+ essentially doubles down on the essentials: soft bristles, a handy travel case, and the all-important timer. If toothbrushes were massages, this Colgate would be calming aromatherapy rather than a back-cracking session. The soft bristles would be ideal for those with sensitive gums. It’s also one of the quickest to fully charge, at just 10 hours.