Sonic Chic – Urban Collection

So it’s officially festival season and although I’ve never been to one myself (if I did go – I’d have to majorly glamp it up, I’m not about that camping life), it’s great that the big festivals like Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight broadcast them on television. This means I can watch it from the comfort of my own home!


Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a first timer, making sure you’ve got everything you need for a trip away is essential because 9 times out of 10, you’re likely to be in the middle of nowhere, with no local shops within walking distance.

Introducing Sonic Chic, described as ‘the perfect accessory for your smile‘. It’s simple design and hygienic cap, means you can take it on the go without having to worry about it catching any dirty bacteria that might be lurking in the depths of your handbag or manbag.

Toothbrush heads

Priced at £20 on Boots, the brush comes in various designs, has an extra detachable brush head and an AAA battery. For this price, I think it’s pretty reasonable, however, don’t expect the brush to feel very heavy as I believe the casing is made out of plastic. I would have also liked the separate head to perhaps come in a storage case, as it would likely get dirty, loose.

The compactness is what I love most about the brush, it’s cap allows it to remain hygienic but I found myself drying the brush off a lot before applying the cap. It’s perfect for camping and for short trips away, going to the gym or if you’re one of those who needs a toothbrush on the go. Their urban range can be found here but they also have a deluxe range that is charged via USB (pretty cool) and has a sleek metallic design.


Outer packaging of toothbrush

When it comes to the brush vibrations, I noticed the vibrations ran through from the bristles right down to where the power button is. This takes some getting used to and I’d have much preferred to feel more power in the actual brush area rather than an average speed along the entirety of the brush.

Would I use it again? Definitely. It’s perfect for when I’m taking short trips away, where space is limited. However, if you’re after a high-tech toothbrush with a faster brush speed, the Deluxe range may be a better shout.

What do you think of the Sonic Chic range? Let me know in the comments below.

*Disclaimer – I was gifted this product in return for my own honest opinion.

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