Oct 05

HartFelt 360 Toothbrush Review

HartFelt is helping to celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month with their 360 round toothbrush.


HartFelt’s new 360 degree toothbrush is truly innovative — it is the world’s first 360 degree designed toothbrush. Developed in the Osaka University Dental Hospital of Japan, the 360 Toothbrush has unparalleled cleaning power thanks to over 10,000 micro fine bristles—10 times more than the average toothbrush. Circular rings firmly hold bristles in place, while spacing washers between bristle layers make it more effective for removing plaque and keeping the brush clean. Works great for cleaning the tongue and for massaging gums.

A New Toothbrush Breakthrough All the Way Around.

It was time to replace my toothbrush. Did you know you should replace your toothbrush every 6 months (at least) or after getting sick? I’ve never seen a 360 degree toothbrush before. I was surprised by how much cleaner my teeth feel. It was easier to brush the back of my mouth and my tongue. Did you know germs on your tongue is a major source of bad breath?

What’s So Different about the 360 Toothbrush?

1) Difference in the Bristles:

The 360 toothbrush’s bristles are short, but made of soft, high elastic, ultra find micro fiber.

2) Difference in Patent Technology

The 360 toothbrush’s patented design features washers, which bridge between bristle layers, enabling the toothbrush to dry quickly and stay clean.

3) Difference in Unique Design

The 360 toothbrush does not have grooves for bristles like usual toothbrushes, which use copper wire to hold the bristles in place. Toothpaste, fat, and protein can get stuck in these grooves of usual toothbrushes, thus making an environment for germs to survive and grow.

4) Difference in Brushing

The 360 Toothbrush has been designed to reach and clean every corner of the mouth, teeth, gums, and tongue.

-Brush side ways, up and down, and in any direction to keep teeth clean.

-Consumers claim the most effectiveness in tongue cleaning.

-Soft ultra fine bristles enable brushing with WATER ONLY (I personally still used toothpaste) …take to work, while camping or on the road and brush with ease!


If you are looking to replace your families toothbrushes I highly recommend the 360 toothbrush from HartFelt.

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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com


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  1. Julie F.

    What a unique toothbrush. I wonder if it would make it easier for my son to brush behind his teeth.

    1. Gina

      Hi Julie:

      Yes, it should make it a lot easier for your son. I had no problem getting the back of my teeth with this toothbrush unlike manual toothbrushes.
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  2. Sue E

    I have had problems with my teeth ever since I became a Diabetic!! I have paid extra attention to my teeth and my feet since then!! I am always looking for articles and health “tools” to keep me healthier!! I am definitely going to look into this! I can still hear my mother saying remember to brush all of your teeth, not just the front ones! How funny it is to remember certain memories when some things come up??

  3. debra dubois

    Sounds great for the kids I will be checking into these great stocking gift.

  4. Jennifer H.

    I have never tried a tooth brush like this before.

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