Wall Mounted Electric Toothbrush Charger, Polished Chrome Finish, Replaces Shaver Socket

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Wall Mounted Electric Toothbrush Charger, Polished Chrome Finish, Replaces Shaver Socket

Wall Mounted Electric Toothbrush Charger, Polished Chrome Finish, Replaces Shaver Socket

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The charger is inductive, which is non-contact (no electrical prongs or connection), and charges a battery through an electrical field. If your shaver runs out of battery and you don’t have a shaver socket to hand, don’t worry – there are still ways to charge it. It is essential to understand the differences between these sockets to prevent any risks or complications.

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There are lots of different versions and names of ORal-B toothbrushes, so apologies if we have not included it. When plugging an electric toothbrush into a shaver socket, it is important to make sure the voltage is compatible with the toothbrush, and to ensure the appliance is not damaged and is not overloaded. Whilst it appears to work I found that little charge got through or it was unreliable in comparison to the standard charging stand.

It is less common today, but in the past, leaving the brush on the stand, whilst connected to power would wear the battery out quicker, causing what was known as a ‘memory effect’. On the base of the electric toothbrush will be a recess into which that prong fits when the brush is sat on the stand. Find our wire-free toothbrush chargers at your favourite DIY retailers, electrical wholesalers, and bathroom showrooms.

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These plug adapters are compatible with most standard electric toothbrush chargers and allow you to safely connect to a shaver socket. You don’t have to worry when you purchase a product from Light Mirrors, however, as the sockets are cleverly hidden away from view.Hello, we have two Oral B Pro 2900 brushes, and after every use, we leave one or the other on the charging stand. In all reality, the battery life tends to be pretty good and I have yet to see evidence that a proper routine to maximise life of the battery really pays off.

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Yes, it is generally considered safe to plug an electric toothbrush into a shaver socket as long as the voltage is compatible with the toothbrush and sufficient precautions are taken.

I don’t know if it has happened before, but I never noticed it until I used it this morning when holding my toothbrush. Taking this approach ensures you get fuller charging cycles, rather than letting the battery discharge to 75% and then keep topping it up.

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Most electric toothbrushes are dual voltage, which means they can be used with either a 110v or 220v outlet. I believe (I am no engineer to understand battery technology) that it can be beneficial to discharge the battery almost, if not entirely every 6 months or so and then recharge it. Most charging stands have a cable wired into them that leads to a plug that connects to the power outlet in the bathroom.

I hope this clears it up, if he needs further explanation he should look this up, it’s not simple, but with some effort it’s possible to understand induction charging.



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