By: teptom | posted in Reviews |
Date: December 12th, 2010
I suggest you to watch all three videos if you want to replace the rechargeable battery on your own.
Here is the first video:
Here are the second videos.
Buy the battery here
Here’s the website talking more about the videos, Oral-B Triumph battery replacement.
I hate going to the dental office, I hate having needles or drills in my mouth and I definitely hate greedy dentists.
To avoid that, I brought my first electric toothbrush called Oral-B Triumph and I been happily using it for the past two years.
I even brought one for my parents and one more for my brother because everyone one in the house wanted to use it.
There’s only one negative for this electric toothbrush, it comes with a rechargeable battery. Even though it is rechargeable, the rechargeable battery has a life span of several years.
I had mine working for two years and haven’t yet needed to replace the battery.
The company that built this Triumph electric toothbrush doesn’t want you to replace the battery when it no longer hold a charge. They want you to buy a brand new electric toothbrush; it even says it on the manual that if you open up the toothbrush it will stop working but that’s not true.
Why would you want to throw away a perfectly functioning electric brush that only needed a new battery?
Note: the new rechargeable battery should cost around $5-$10, check your local stores.
To prolong your rechargeable battery, every 6 months make sure you unplug the electric toothbrush and use up all the power in the rechargeable battery. When all the power is used in the battery, plug it back to recharge it. Keep doing this every 6 months and the battery should last longer.
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