Mouth Watchers

1 Zip Bag of 5 Travel Brush Refill Case of 5

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Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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3/9/2016 by Patricia

A travel version of the best toothbrush around is a great idea. Will be taking it on a trip soon. Thank you inventors !


Nice for travel

5/16/2018 by Keri

I like my mouth watcher - the folding form is great for traveling and not getting stuff in the bristles. It's a medium stiffness - a bit different from my normal soft bristles but I like it!


Looking forward to using these

10/11/2016 by Anna

These are a bit expensive but I think they will be great for traveling. Can't wait to try them out.


Very handy

5/26/2016 by Cynthia

I didn't really notice anything different about it being anti-microbial but I liked the portability and the fact that it takes up very little room.


Antimicrobial? But works well as travel toothbrush.

5/26/2016 by Eric Baatz

I can't really tell how microbial it is, but it worked well on a 10-day trip to Peru. The size was good (large enough to be useful but smaller than storing my everyday toothbrush in a travel tube), the handle was workable, the feel in my mouth was good, and my mouth seemed clean afterwards. Oddly, one bristle fell out but no others did, so it wasn't a precursor to a whole tuft going. \It had no obvious effect on anything else. Bottom line was that it was worth making the change from what I've done in the past.



5/16/2018 by Maribeth

Just Ok


Love the Compact size

9/15/2017 by Cheryl

The folded size is what I really like about these. When folded the brush end stays protected and protects other items in my little travel bag from the toothbrush. A little pricey for what these are, but definitely use these when I'm traveling.


Not sturdy

5/27/2016 by Mary

I love the regular brush they make but found the travel one hard to use. The brush part kept slipping out of the case. The size is handy and the brush is nice but was frustrated by brush slipping out of case



3/10/2016 by Patricia

I have only used the toothbrush one time. The yellow color of the bristles is a bit of a turn-off, as it appears to be dirty, and the handle isn't really that comfortable in my hand. It is handy as it fits nicely in a cosmetic bag.

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The Mouth Watchers Story

Mouthwatchers - Antibacterial Toothbrushes

Keep it Clean

If there’s anything that deserves antibacterial treatment, it’s toothbrushes. They reside in bathrooms, where bacteria love to hang out. And when you’re traveling, toothbrushes can be exposed to all sorts of microorganisms. Dr. Ronald Plotka, a dentist from the Boston area, teamed with Troy Anderson to design toothbrushes that eliminate 99.9% of bacteria—naturally—within six hours, so the next time you reach for your toothbrush, you can be assured it’s clean.

Mouth Watchers makes both traditional and travel toothbrushes. What’s most unique about the brushes are their silver-embedded bristles.
Silver has natural antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, and at nano-size, the silver particles penetrate and destroy the cells of bacteria.

When Liz Meagher told us about Mouth Watchers toothbrushes (she also discovered Rhoost child safety devices), we were won over by their antibacterial features and their unique “flossing” bristles. The outer bristles are soft and thin—10 times thinner than the bristles on ordinary toothbrushes—to gently clean teeth and get into the crevices. It’s the ideal cavity-fighter.
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