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Toothbat Flosser

Toothbat Flosser

Regular price $74.99 USD
Regular price $74.99 USD Sale price $74.99 USD
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Assessment as of: January 2024

Toothbat provides you the incredible comfort and easy flossing experience. Your reliable companion to prevent the gum diseases.International design awards wining product, in USA, Germany, Italy, Japan, Hong Kong & Asia. 

Brand: idi Toothbat
Item Form: Stick
Flavor: Mint
Material: plastic

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  1. Check with your dentist if you are switching flossing techniques or tools
  2. Get high-quality natural floss made of materials such as silk
  3. Incorporate into your normal dental hygiene routine
  4. Find a place to easily store your flosser and floss - a standing cup may be ideal though this flosser does stand on its own


  1. Allows use of natural floss types such as silk
  2. Can be reused with a generally decent lifespan if cared for
  3. Won't result in small disposable plastic floss heads and synthetic floss in landfills, waterways, and ultimately as microplastics in the environment


Disposal Head Plastic Flossers


  1. Forces you to use nylon or synthetic floss
  2. Generates disposal of plastic components that won't be recycled
  3. Disposed of plastic cartridges and floss will emit microplastics at end of life

Noteworthy Product Attributes

Not ideal since it's mostly made of plastic, but the key benefit of this product is that it allows natural floss materials such as silk to be used

Overall Sustainability Score - 57 / 100

Score Breakdown

Manufacturing (Score - 5/10) - Generally made close to target market, but not ideally situated for the US market

Distribution (Score - 5/10) - Generally made close to the target market, but not ideally situated for the US market

Cost (Score - 5/10) - About 5X greater than disposable flossers

Packaging (Score - 5/10) -  Contains a decent amount of plastic in packaging

Effectiveness (Score - 7/10) - Fairly effective as nondisposable flossers go

Lifespan (Score - 8/10) - Is mostly made of plastic but will likely have a decent lifespan

Fun (Score - 7/10) - Fun to work initially though floss can break regularly

Relevance (Score - 9/10) -  Suited for flossing and is not much more difficult to use than traditional disposable floss sticks

Disposal (Score - 3/10) - Made mostly of plastic so will emit microplastics at end of life

Recycling (Score - 3/10) - Not easy to recycle as it is likely made of multiple types of plastic