> unless you use toothbrush type charging its far too inefficient.
Is the charging on toothbrushes efficient?
When it comes to electric toothbrushes the usage model should be pretty simple to understand, we're all told to brush our teeth twice a day, after breakfast and then before bed. So the charging model should be pretty damn simple to understand. It should charge between the morning and evening tooth brushing session.
From the number you see in shops the Oral-B/Braun ones are the most popular.
Well they don't fully charge between sensible morning and evenings. Yeah, maybe when I start work at 00:30 and don't get to bed till 23:00 or so, but not for a normal day.
Oh and don't get me started on who in their right mind makes charging units that don't work in both the US and the rest of the world.
My old Panasonic electric razor recharges wirelessly with induction coils in under and hour.OK it has two coils but works without the peg in the middle which Oral-B uses.