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Oral B SmartSeries 4000 CrossAction review

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The Oral-B SmartSeries 4000 CrossAction is an electric toothbrush with Bluetooth compatibility that enables it to connect with the Oral-B app. But is this toothbrush more style over substance? And will it tackle plaque as well as other models? Read our review to find out.
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We have tested 41 electric toothbrushes and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 14 Best Buys.
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