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  • Unique refillable tube keeps your favorite toothpaste handy, refilled from your home tube at a lower cost than travel-sized tubes
  • Tube retains its shape for easy refilling
  • Brush features soft, rounded-end bristles of dental quality for healthy brushing
  • Replacement brush heads sold separately

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Dimensions 0.5 x 6.125 inches
Weight 1 ounce
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very cool design As with a lot of REI items, I bought this for a specific purpose - to have an all-in-one toothpaste-toothbrush combo. And for that it works great - I also intend to use it for travelling and vacation. However, my wife suggested I get a second one for our teenaged daughter who is getting braces, and thus will need to brush her teeth during school. The design of it is quite ingenious: the back of the toothpaste tube is threaded to accept a standard toothpaste nozzle (is that what it's called?) so it is very easy to refill. The head of the toothbrush might be a bit small, but that's a minor trade-off for its convenience
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good product This is the best solution that I have found for traveling with my preferred toothpaste (which does not come in travel-sized tubes). Refilling it is fiddly - you have to be sure to empty it before refilling in order not to leave any air bubbles and to clean the threads before re-screwing the cap on the toothpaste tube. Also, in my opinion there is no point in getting the extra heads. Eventually the threads on the tube will become gunked up and the tube will become creased from use and you will have to replace the entire product. But in the meantime its use on the road is great. I have gone through two and am getting another.
Date published: 2011-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from good in theory, disappointment in practice Bought this for an extended hiking trip and was excited to be able to bring my preferred toothpaste that is not available in travel size. In practice, however, it turned out that I had filled the container mostly with air, not toothpaste (but could not tell when filling). Strike #1. The bristles were extremely hard and my gums were sore and bleeding after brushing. Strike #2. After two uses, I noted that many of the bristles had already fallen out and found some of them still in my mouth. Strike #3. Went out and bought a full-sized toothbrush and full-sized tube of toothpaste (only thing available in the tiny town we hiked to) and was much happier for the remainder of the trip.
Date published: 2016-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Minimalist's dream This is a very compact toothbrush with a refillable paste tube stored in the brush handle. The tube is very easy to refill from a conventional toothpaste tube: Just screw it onto the big tube and push out the paste, no mess, no air bubbles in the small tube. There is enough paste for 8-10 uses. Case is rigid enough as not to worry about an accidental paste squeeze-out spill (been there!). The brush is not state of the art, but it gets the job done while you are on a bike or backpacking multi-day tour.
Date published: 2013-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not favored by your dental hygienist I saw this toothbrush and was very excited and bought it immediately. When I brought it home and opened it, I was extremely disappointed. The toothbrush bristles are very hard and stiff. This is the exact toothbrush I steer my patients away from. They will brush off your enamel (what you tooth is basically coated in) and leave you with a lot of dental work to be done. I was very disappointed by this product, I would never use it or recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2009-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Portable Oral Health on the Go! Greetings, There has been reports of a member comment about Aurelle's Toob brush, I have been searching for it but have been unsuccessful in locating this entry. It has been reported to be a faulty and substandard item. I am a Registered Dental Hygienist and have been personally using the Toob brush since 2007 without issues and found it to be an excellent product. The company stands behind its products and services. I would challenge any negative feedback and encourage anyone having issues with the Toobrush to contact the Aurelle company directly. Regards, Sharon Libich, RDA, RDH, BS
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best I've used Better than the two or three all-in-one styles where the toothpaste shoots up through the brush bristles I've had over the years. Those eventually clog and can be hard to fill, and to get out old dried toothpaste. The Aurelle is somewhat bulky and a tad heavy for what it is, but acceptably so. The brush head is rather smaller than I prefer but acceptable. The toothpaste tube is rather small also, maybe 5ml. I normally use this with tooth POWDER. The powder goes farther, does not dry out, does not glue the threads of the container shut and does not have to be put in a TSA "3-1-1" bag. Some tips: To remove the bottom (black) cap leave the toothpaste tube in the handle. You'll have better grip to unscrew it. You can wrap a rubber band around the handle for better grip. Be sure and clean the cap threads (I use a cotton swab) as frequently as possible to avoid getting them glued shut. A little vegetable oil on the threads helps, too. Be sure and let the brush air dry as often as possible. Disinfect it from time to time because it will inevitably have to be put away wet. I soak it in mouthwash. Also wash & clean the brush cover on the inside as it stays wet and stuff will grow on there.
Date published: 2013-04-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good idea, in theory This product is a great idea, but for me I found it's execution lacking. I first got it and filled it with toothpaste and began using it for trips. It works great in this respect, toothpaste and brush both together in a compact package and ready to go. Then I ran out of toothpaste and refilling it was such a headache I think I'll stop using it. Apparently some of the toothpaste worked it's way down around the end cap threads and basically turned to cement. The cap doesn't give you much to get a grip on, and I ended up having to use the pliers on my Leatherman to get enough grip to break the seal created by the toothpaste/cement. I think someone with arthritis would have a very difficult time with this end cap configuration. Adding toothpaste was a bit of a chore as well. So far, I haven't seen any toothpaste tubes that screw into this product correctly. Inevitably, I end up wasting some toothpaste and making a mess trying to get the refillable tube filled. All in all, it's a good idea but one that could stand some improvement.
Date published: 2009-06-29
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