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Sorry I dont know that detail, but I can genuinely say that its a great brush
By R. Fordham on 24 June 2015
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no, only a 2 pin shaver point plug.
By R on 21 August 2014
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1: NB! Must fully charge the IBP Sonic Toothbrush until all green lights are constantly on,
which should take about 24 hours, or so, unless it is faulty
(With most new batteries the 1st charge must be charged to the maximum limit before using the device (e.g. toothbrush in this case - When all 3 g… see more
1: NB! Must fully charge the IBP Sonic Toothbrush until all green lights are constantly on,
which should take about 24 hours, or so, unless it is faulty
(With most new batteries the 1st charge must be charged to the maximum limit before using the device (e.g. toothbrush in this case - When all 3 green LEDs are lit then it is working properly)
- Otherwise, the life of the battery will be substantially shortened if the 1st charge isn't done - for most new batteries in any devices, not just toothbrushes.
NB! Otherwise, subsequent charges may not charge to the maximum limit and as I have already said will substantially permanently shorten the battery's life).
2: When you use the toothbrush and not only; place the toothbrush into the UV (Ultra Violet) light Sanitizer,
But close the lid of the sanitizer the UV light will automatically switch its self on for about 7 mins, before switching its self off.
But for the RST2031 blue LEDs will remain lit and being charged if necessary - RST2032 Green LED will remain lit when whilst on the wireless charging stand
NB! Don't worry about it, because it should have special circuitry that reduces the charge to a safe trickle when the toothbrush is fully charged.
3: 1st generation UV Sanitizer: The blue LED on the Model No: RST2031 will remain on but probably will automatically switch-off charging the toothbrush to prevent overcharging.
4: 2nd generation UV Sanitizer: The green 3 segment battery display will stay lit, but I am certain will automatically stop charging the toothbrush to prevent overcharging.
5: My assumptions are based on the fact that I purchased the 1st generation UV Sanitizer years ago.
The reason why I have to replace it is because the battery limitation has probably been reached, but I can still use toothbrushes, and the 1st generation UV Sanitizer, until they need to be replaced. see less
1: NB! Must fully charge the IBP Sonic Toothbrush until all green lights are constantly on,
which should take about 24 hours, or so, unless it is faulty
(With most new batteries the 1st charge must be charged to the maximum limit before using the device (e.g. toothbrush in this case - When all 3 green LEDs are lit then it is working properly)
- Otherwise, the life of the battery will be substantially shortened if the 1st charge isn't done - for most new batteries in any devices, not just toothbrushes.
NB! Otherwise, subsequent charges may not charge to the maximum limit and as I have already said will substantially permanently shorten the battery's life).
2: When you use the toothbrush and not only; place the toothbrush into the UV (Ultra Violet) light Sanitizer,
But close the lid of the sanitizer the UV light will automatically switch its self on for about 7 mins, before switching its self off.
But for the RST2031 blue LEDs will remain lit and being charged if necessary - RST2032 Green LED will remain lit when whilst on the wireless charging stand
NB! Don't worry about it, because it should have special circuitry that reduces the charge to a safe trickle when the toothbrush is fully charged.
3: 1st generation UV Sanitizer: The blue LED on the Model No: RST2031 will remain on but probably will automatically switch-off charging the toothbrush to prevent overcharging.
4: 2nd generation UV Sanitizer: The green 3 segment battery display will stay lit, but I am certain will automatically stop charging the toothbrush to prevent overcharging.
5: My assumptions are based on the fact that I purchased the 1st generation UV Sanitizer years ago.
The reason why I have to replace it is because the battery limitation has probably been reached, but I can still use toothbrushes, and the 1st generation UV Sanitizer, until they need to be replaced.

By BT7474 on 20 March 2016
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It's electric I like it very much this is the second one I have had just switch on and that's it.
By Marilyn C Wells on 13 April 2017
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