But given the prices of up to 270 euros for these devices, some will wonder if the expense is justified or if it could be even cheaper. And they’re right: According to Stiftung Warentest, many of the cheaper alternatives are little worse than the expensive favourites. With an overall score of 2.0, the Apacare professional sonic toothbrush was only 0.2 points lower than the test winner. Below is a comparison chart of the two toothbrushes.
However, if you want the best electric toothbrush on the market according to Stiftung Warentest, you can’t miss the Philips Sonicare Prestige.
Excerpt from the buying advice:
“The Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige electric toothbrush received the highest rating in the most recent test: 1.8 (“good”). It was the only test device to receive a “very good” rating in the teeth cleaning category. But you pay the highest price of all the models in the test.
the handling the Sonicare is good overall. It is a sonic toothbrush that vibrates the elongated brush head. Everything about the toothbrushing process satisfies the testers. Only the cleaning time signal – when not looking at the app – could be better. […]”