Just $29.99 (42% off) V-White Automatic Electric Toothbrush

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TomTop offers Automatic Electric Toothbrush for $29.99. Its cold light whitening toothbrush can 360 degrees automatically brush your teeth in 45 seconds without hands.

Its features less than 90 minutes a charge, can be used for more than 1 week, truly energy saving and environmental protection.
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