Anyone else have a reluctant toothbrusher? Syd is terrible – he won’t let anyone else do it, and doesn’t do the best of jobs himself. We are finally at the point where they at least get brushed twice a day without too much of a battle, but I still worry that he is not doing a good enough job. Every now and then we have to tackle him as a team, one holding him still while the other brushes, just to make sure they get a thorough clean at least occasionally.
Therefore I think the Playbrush sounds like an amazing idea – it turns toothbrushing into a game and while they are having fun, technology is making sure every bit of their mouth is getting visited!
“Playbrush is a unique smart device that attaches onto any manual toothbrush, turning it into a gaming controller to make brushing teeth fun. The small gadget simply slides onto the handle of a manual toothbrush, and uses sensors to detect motion as well as Bluetooth to pair the tool with a smartphone or tablet. Once connected, Playbrush is used to control an on-screen game that encourages children to brush regularly, for longer and more accurately to completely clean their teeth”
Looks good huh! There are a couple of different games to play, and more to come! The Playbrush is currently on offer at £19 and you can find out more info and how to purchase on their website and they are offering one of my readers the chance to win a Playbrush – enter via the rafflecopter box below – and good luck!
Love Miss Cisco XXX
Terms and Conditions:- The draw closes at 23.59 on the 17/09/16 The prize consists of one Playbrush. No payment has been received in return for hosting this competition or the accompanying article. Open to over 18s and UK residents only. Prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative. Winner will be drawn at random from correct entries. Invalid or incorrect entries will be removed. The winner will be drawn within 72 hours of the competition ending and notified via email. Rocknrollmum is not responsible for the delivery of this prize.
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