Bruzzoni Wall Street Collection – review

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Electric toothbrushes are no longer the cumbersome, weighty devices of yester-year, and are now more likely to be a sleek addition to your bathroom. Leading the charge of stylish toothbrushes is the Bruzzoni Wall Street Collection. It doesn’t have as many fancy settings and smart options as other toothbrushes on the market, but it does come in a sleek black or white design, and with an easy to use wireless charger, which is powered by USB.

What are the best things about this toothbrush?

It’s very good looking for an electric toothbrush. Neat, with one button only, its name gives a clue as to its ambitions and those it will suit best – sleek city types. It’s the kind of toothbrush you’ll want to keep on the side of the sink in your bathroom, rather than hide away in the cupboard. The function button is edged in silver on the white design, and rose gold on the black version. The handle is textured, which helps with grip and also adds to the elegant finish.

There is a built in timer making it easy to brush for two minutes, split into four different 30 second sections with a little break between each as a reminder to change the area you are brushing.

It comes with a USB charger and a normal charger. The USB wireless charging base doesn’t need to be connected to the toothbrush itself, you just perch it on top. It doesn’t need to be charged that often either – only once every two weeks or so, so it is great for travelling.

Does it have downsides and, if so, what are they?

It does, but it depends on what your priorities are. In some ways it is style over substance as there aren’t as many functions as other smart toothbrushes, such as the Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean, for example. And while the design looks great, the texture of the handle can hold some toothpaste over time which looks a bit naff, especially if you’ve got it in black.