Getting up in the morning is about to get a little easier, folks.
That’s because a new toothbrush has been invented that takes just ten seconds to complete the job.
Apparently, we spend 108 days of our life brushing our teeth, which is pretty depressing to think about. Amabrush aims to reduce this exponentially without you even needing to lift a finger.
The device has a few different parts, with a silicone mouthpiece that you bite on like a gum-shield, and a rechargeable toothpaste pod that you attach when you’re ready to brush.
It distributes the right amount of toothpaste, then starts getting to work on your pearly whites, leaving them completely clean in no time at all.
Each toothpaste capsule lasts a whole month, and according to the company, it actually works better than manual or electric toothbrushes by cleaning all surfaces of the teeth at once.
It has long since surpassed its Kickstarter goal of €50,000, netting a whopping €595,451 at the time of writing.
There’s still 26 days of the crowdfunding campaign left, and the Amabrush can be yours for only €79 for the full kit. The first devices will be shipped off in December, just in time for Christmas.