Oral-B are some of the biggest players in the industry when it comes to cutting edge toothbrushes, and ever since the iO10 was announced, we've been eagerly awaiting news of a release date.
But, since its announcement at CES 2022, it's all gone a little quiet as of late, but don't worry, as there are still a few things we can sink our teeth into...sorry.
Here's everything we know about Oral-B iO10, and why this new toothbrush could become the ultimate addition to your daily routine.
Oral-B iO10 Release Date Predictions
As mentioned the Oral-B iO10 was originally announced at CES 2022, in January. That's the same event where we heard about the likes of the LG C2 series and of course, the Samsung Odyssey Ark too.
But as for a release date, we Oral-B haven't confirmed anything just yet, with the site itself reading that it's simply 'coming soon'.
As for a month, it's hard to say. Will Oral-B go for Q4, which is expected to see other huge releases from the likes of Apple, with the MacBook Air 2022, Dyson, with their Zone headphones, and even Sony with their PSVR 2?
Or will they shoot for around July, which would land it square into Amazon Prime Day territory?
Time will tell, and we'll be on hand to keep you updated when we hear more.
Oral-B iO10 Price
Similarly, the mystery continues with the Oral-B iO10 price, but we do have a little more to go on this time around.
The iO9 has an RRP of £500. Sure, you can bag one for less (you can check Amazon here if you want), but for the iO10 it does mean that we're likely going to get something around the same price. Potentially even a little more...
But what makes this all worth it? As you'll see, this is a very premium piece of kit...
Oral-B iO10 Specs & Features
So the iO10 has a few changes this time around and few similarities that were obviously too good to let go.
You'll get same OLED colour screen, which displays everything from battery life to brushing feedback. It's also available in a couple colours, Cosmic Black and Stardust White, which are strangely similar to the names of the PS5 Dual Sense controllers (coincidence?). Either way, they both look great, and should match up with practically any bathroom aesthetic.
The iO Sense feature is back, and better than ever. It allows for the toothbrush to access how you're brushing to ensure you're doing so in a optimal way. In other words, it check you if you're slamming one section of your gums too hard! Lights will indicate white when you're going too gentle, green when you're all good, and red when you better cool you're jets soldier.
The charging base itself now plays a role in this too, and displays all the information you'd need to ensure you're doing a good job.
There's also a said to be a charging travel case, which should prove useful for obvious reasons, and provide a step up from the iO9.
Combine all of this with seven different settings and we think this could end up being one of the best electric tooth brushes of the year.
We'll be back with you soon with all the latest, so be sure to check back in with us.
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