See the Most Expensive Toothbrush in the World that Costs More than 1.5 Million Naira
By DCruiser | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4 views
The Reinast titanium toothbrush is the most expensive toothbrush in the world reportedly selling for $4200 which is over 1.5 million naira. What makes this toothbrush special?
The company claims that its design, durability, and specially trademarked anti-bacterial coating make it worth the hefty price tag. This is not the type of toothbrush you would throw away either. Instead, the bristle head detaches from the metal base so you can ditch it and replace it.
The brush comes with a free three-year service plan of new bristle heads every six months (a service that is "naturally at no charge," according to Forbes). After that, Forbes reports that the plans get a bit more expensive: $400 for five years, $800 for seven years, or $1,600 for 11 years.
The type of clients the creators have in mind are billionaires and those with high next worth. So the average person can never think of buying it.
What are your thoughts on this toothbrush. Is it worth it? Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below
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