I got a Quip Toothbrush for Christmas and was completely disappointed with the whole thing. I asked for a refund, but because it was ordered for me more than 30 days prior to my receiving it, that was denied. So what you have is a company that refuses to stand behind its' product and refuses to acknowledge that the product is inferior.
Do you want a Quip? I'll give you the cheaper, and perhaps better, solution: buy a cheap little vibrator from Amazon (of course they sell them), and tape a regular toothbrush to it. Voila! You have a Quip for less than 10 bucks.
Don't say you weren't warned.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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As your dentist and the ADA will tell you, the best brush for your teeth comes down to personal preference (which you enjoy the most), not what vibration frequency a brand chooses to set their brush. (We chose ours because research showed us that it was the power that people enjoyed the most.)
So we are sorry to hear that Quip was not to your liking. Quip's bought during Christmas (from the end of November) are subject to extended returns through the end of January, so please do reach out if you are looking to return!