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3 options for affordable electric toothbrushes (that aren’t Sonicare)

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We’ve all been there: waking up the day after Christmas with the sludge of cookies still on your teeth and a hunk of rogue sugarplum wedged in the grooves of your molars. But since you’ve spent all your hard-earned cash on presents for your friends and family, you can’t afford a tricked-out electric toothbrush to scrub down those once-pearly whites. 

To quote Fox Sports 1’s Shannon Sharpe: That ain’t no problem.

Below, we’ve rounded up three options for electric toothbrushes that’ll make your wallet happy while keeping your mouth in tip-top shape, gingerbread men be damned. Be sure to enter the code MERRY15 at checkout to save an extra 15%.

Brush. Brush. Brush.

Brush. Brush. Brush.

Plaque and germs don’t stand a chance against the Platinum Sonic Toothbrush, which gently scrubs your teeth at an impressive 40,000 strokes per minute. Available in silver, gold, and charcoal finishes, it’s got three different brushing modes and features change alerts as well as a built-in smart timer. For just $49.99— a fraction of its $259 value — you’ll get the Platinum Sonic, plus two bonus brush heads and a UV base that sanitizes its bristles while it charges.

Go electric.

Go electric.

Treat your teeth and your gums to some much-needed TLC with the Bristl Phototherapy Electric Toothbrush, which emits blue and red lights while you brush to kill gingivitis-causing bacteria and soothe your gums, respectively. With two different modes — gentle and strong — and a two-minute timer that shuts off the brush automatically once your teeth are clean, traditional brushes just can’t compare. A $99 value, you can score one today for only $63.65 when you use the promo code MERRY15.

The TAO Clean Sonic’s futuristic cleaning station uses UV-C rays to banish 99.9% of brush bacteria and keep it dry when it’s not in use. Take your pick from two different modes — professional and sensitive — and enjoy a fresh, bright smile with the help of its 40,000-strokes-per-minute cleaning action. Valued at $129, Mashable readers can pick up the TAO Clean Sonic Toothbrush and its cleaning station for just $59.50 with code MERRY15.

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