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Trending: Kolibree Electric Bluetooth Toothbrush

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When it comes to my family’s morning routine, I’m lucky if both my girls brush their teeth at all! they hate it!

They’ve used every excuse possible to get me off their backs too. The ” It will make my juice taste bad” to ” I already brushed my teeth”. but there’s no hiding that morning breath!

I’ve tried stickers to motivate them and would even let them pick their own toothbrushes out at Target yet nothing was convincing them to brush their teeth daily.

When Kolibree introduced the Kolibree Electric Bluetooth Toothbrush I was so excited. I knew this was a product for the modern day kid like mine. I loved how soft the bristles were on my children’s gums and found that it helped me with my super sensitive prenatal symptoms like bleeding gums and nausea.

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Kolibree promotes healthy habits for children of all ages by making brushing fun. It also helps parents stay on track of their children’s last brushing by creating a scoring system. This same score system keeps track of how well you brushed compared to everyone else in your family. Insane right? my kids love a little friendly competition.

The Kolibree Electric Bluetooth Toothbrush features:

3D motion sensors, sonic vibration, gum protective nylon bristles and Bluetooth™ 2.1 connectivity with a patent-pending software create the only truly intelligent toothbrush.

Electronic components are assembled in an elegantly designed and ultra-light body: the toothbrush weighs only 2.5 Oz, which makes it the smartest and lightest electronic toothbrush available.

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Kolibree App:

Kolibree’s multi-faceted software allows children to play games while learning good oral hygiene, and enables parents to monitor and improve their kids’ and their own tooth brushing habits.

    • Fun & Free
    • Multiple players’ profiles
    • Real time gaming interaction
    • Points & badges collecting
    • Leaderboard for family competitions
    • 16 game levels with various adventures
    • 3 months’ worth of continuous gaming
    • Educative process (qualitative & frequency)
    • Virtual Rewards & Incentives
    • Automated educative interface
    • Tracks Brushing Behavior
    • Parents’ brushing monitoring
    • Data can be shared with dentists

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The Game:

An extraordinary adventure takes little ones on a pirate treasure hunt, which guides them from island to island, in search of the Great Black Beard’s treasure, throughout 16 game levels. During their brushing, children collect gold coins, which allows them to acquire boats and to access different islands where new adventures awaits them. The game is designed to last for at least 3 months, with two brushings per day for two minutes minimum each.


Setting up different family members on my android device was a breeze and my girls loved that we were able to use our own photo’s while creating our own user profiles. Any Mom who tries Kolibree will agree that before using Kolibree my children hated brushing their teeth but now both my girls look forward to playing games while brushing. The challenge badges have special goals to earn that keep kids motivated to brush every day. For parents, it’s so much easier being able to monitor your children without being such a helicopter Mom.

Visit the Kolibree Game page for more information on Go Pirate 2! you’re going to LOVE the Kolibree Electric Bluetooth Toothbrush!


Disclosure: This post was made possible thanks to Kolibree.  Product(s) was provided for review purposes. As always, all opinions are of my own.

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