If you're in the market for an electric toothbrush, you may be wondering if the Philips Sonicare 1100 is a good option. In this review, we'll take a look at the features of this model and see if it's a good fit for your needs. The Sonicare 1100 is a basic model that doesn't have all the bells and whistles of some of the more expensive options. However, it does have a low price so if you are thinking of getting an electric toothbrush and just want to try it out then this might be the right one for you to try out. If you find that you need more info than we have in this updated review, make sure you read our full Sonicare 1100 review to find out anything we might have skipped over in this lighter review.
The Sonicare 1100 is a mid-range electric toothbrush that offers a number of features that can be beneficial for your oral hygiene. For starters, it has a two-minute timer to help ensure that you brush for the recommended amount of time. It also has a quadpacer to help you evenly clean all four quadrants of your mouth.
In terms of brush heads, the 1100 comes with two options: a standard brush head and a sensitive brush head. The standard brush head is designed for general cleaning, while the sensitive brush head is ideal for those with sensitive teeth and gums. We found that the normal head was fine, and we usually have issues drinking hot or cold liquids, so it doesn't irritate our teeth to a level that we would need the sensitive head.
This model also comes with a charging base and a travel case. The charging base is handy for keeping the toothbrush charged and ready to go, while the travel case is great for taking the toothbrush with you when you're on the go.
The Sonicare 1100 is a brush that features Sonic technology. This means that the bristles on the brush move at a very high speed, and they're able to penetrate deep into the crevices of your teeth. This helps to remove plaque and bacteria that can cause cavities and other dental problems.
The last feature that this one has is that it also has a pressure sensor, which helps to protect your gums from being damaged by the brush. This is important because it can help to reduce the risk of gum disease and other problems, as many people will push down on the electric toothbrushes the same as they did their manual ones. This is just not needed as the head moves so fast that it doesn't rely on manual pressure but rather speed to get rid of your plaque.