Reviews Review: Oral-B iO Series 9 Electric Toothbrush

Review: Oral-B iO Series 9 Electric Toothbrush


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It’s time for our review of the Oral-B iO Series 9 Electric Toothbrush.

Oral-B, the #1 Dentist Recommended Brand Worldwide, pioneered both the electric toothbrush and connectedbrushing, and now has unveiled its most revolutionary technology to date, the Oral-B iOTM. After 6 years of research and over 250 patents, Oral-B iOTM represents a new era of brushing technology, design andexperience that delivers a professional clean feeling every single day.


Oral-B’s best clean ever with revolutionary magnetic iO technology for a professional clean feeling and gentle brushing experience.

Combines the unique round brush head from Oral-B with gentle micro-vibrations for a fresh, clean-mouth feel and 100% healthier gums in one week.

3D Teeth Tracking with A.I to monitor your brushing across the front, top and back surfaces of your teeth; guiding you to your most thorough possible clean.

Interactive Colour Display signals important information: including brushing modes and head replacement reminder, greets you as you power up and gives you a smile for a job well done.

7 Smart Modes to personalise your brushing: Daily Clean, Sensitive, Gum Care, Intense Clean, Whitening, Super Sensitive, Tongue Cleaner.

Enhanced Smart Pressure Sensor signals red, white or green to alert you whether you’re brushing too hard, too softly or with just the right amount of pressure.

Magnetic charger has lock-in-place stability and provides a ~3-hour quick charge & it comes with a charging travel case to charge your brush for convenience when traveling.

What’s in the box?

The box contains:



Ultimate Clean brush head



A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

To get the most out of the iO Series 9 toothbrush you should download the Oral-B app. Once you have done that pairing the app and the toothbrush together is a quick and easy process.

You can then use the app to set goals known as dental care journeys, for example healthier gums, and have the app tell you what to do and when. You can follow your progress, gain medals and so much more.

Obviously you don’t have to use the app if you don’t want to – you can just use the toothbrush on it’s own but you will lose out on some great additional benefits.

Charging the toothbrush was simply a case of placing it on the magnetic charging stand and waiting. The battery life on the toothbrush between charges was excellent.

Using the toothbrush is easy – just switch it on and start the cleaning routine. If you are pressing too hard (and we have all done that) then the toothbrush will advise you by displaying an easy to see colour ring so you can adjust the pressure. The feeling of the brush on your tooth is actually quite comfortable. I have used toothbrushes before where it can feel quite hard or harsh, but the iO Series 9 doesn’t feel that way at all.

There is a full colour display on the toothbrush that greets you when you switch it on, shows you which mode you are using, how long you have used it for and more. If you don’t use it for the right amount of time then you get a sad face!

There is a travel case included in the box so that you can easily carry your toothbrush around with you if you going away from home.

This is by far the best electric toothbrush I have ever used – it handles very well, it feels great on your teeth and gums and helps you on your dental journey. The A.I. even recognises how your brush your teeth and guides you to doing it better!

The iO Series 9 comes in three different colours, and backed by a 2 year guarantee and a 30 day risk-free trial you can’t really go wrong, and your teeth and gums will thank you!

The iO Series 9 is available now priced around £250 (the actual retail price is £500 but there are some really great deals going on).

You can learn more from the Oral-B website.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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