In recent years, the growing emphasis on oral health and the accelerated pace of work and life have made electric toothbrushes the preferred choice of an increasing number of people. While many of us are familiar with the typical toothbrush, relatively few are aware of the features and benefits of electric toothbrushes. This article will provide an overview of the various types of electric toothbrushes currently available and the different ways in which they are magnetic pogopin charging.


Electric toothbrushes are mainly categorised into two types: rotary and sonic vibration. The former type of electric toothbrush relies on high-speed rotation of the brush head to achieve the purpose of cleaning. The latter type relies on high-frequency vibration of the brush head to clean the teeth. Both types of electric toothbrush are more powerful than traditional toothbrushes, but the rotating type is more abrasive to the teeth and is therefore not recommended for long-term use.


The various charging methods employed by electric toothbrushes can be broadly categorised into the following: magnetic pogopin charging, Type-C, USB, DC charging, and contact charging via a pogo pin.
In the case of wireless charging, the electric toothbrush contacts the charging base via inductive coupling, allowing the base to be charged inductively after the power supply is connected.



The following charging methods are available: Type-C, USB, DC charging. To charge, open the bottom cover of the toothbrush, connect the charging cable, and then plug the USB cable into a computer to charge.


There are two types of electric toothbrush contact charging pogo pin: one is the base contact pogo pin charging, which is also placed in the charging base charging, similar to the operation of wireless charging; the other is the contact pogo pin magnetic connecting cable charging.


Both charging methods utilise pogo pins. When the pogo pin on the bottom of the toothbrush makes contact with the other end of the pogo pin on the charging base or the pogo pin magnetic connection cable, the spring of the male end of the pogo pin contracts, thereby establishing a connection between the male and female ends of the pogo pin, facilitating the charging process.