Howdy, people on the Internet! Did I mention that I was woken up by my electric toothbrush this morning? My first Philips Sonicare died soon after it woke me up on an early morning in 2019. This second one is likely suffering the same fate.

In case you’re not using this brand, the Philips Sonicare toothbrush tends to start working spontaneously when its life nears the end. You can’t stop it. Or rather, you can stop it before it starts itself again in no time. The battery drains away very soon. The device is barely usable. It’s time to get a new one.

When it suddenly turns itself on in the middle of the night, the vibration is strong enough to wake you up, if your bedroom is close to the bathroom. I once wrapped it tight in a clean towel and buried it in a pile of dirty laundry to minimize the noise. 🙂

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