Oral B Pro 5000 vs 7000
There is no chance this will work on 220V. I have a labeled, 110-220V Oral-B charger from an earlier generation. In some areas, it differs drastically from the current charger. I've only ever seen flexible voltage bases in different generations and versions of Oral-B brushes. It's dangerous to plug anything 110V into a 220V line voltage. Claims that anything can be utilized on 220V if it has a low power rating are false. This piques my attention, as it does yours. Specifically, the time required for the first charge after unpacking. Even if they have all given me some indication that they are at least 50% charged after 10 hours, I normally let new electric toothbrushes 24 hours to fully charge.
When I flip the power button on and off, the orange light shines, suggesting that this brush is still charging. I genuinely hope that I did not receive a defective item. The instructions state that after the brush is fully charged and on the stand, the blue button will stop flashing after roughly 30 seconds. Unfortunately, it looks to be designed for only one user, therefore the answer is no. The brush may couple with a variety of devices for different users, however the software only supports one person and is badly implemented. It will work great, and you will only see your own data on the app if you share a brush with someone else and both of you *always* remember to open the app on your phones before brushing. If you brush without first opening the app, the brush will save the data until it connects to a phone and downloads it all. If you use the brush without connecting your phone, the data from the time you brushed will be downloaded to your partner's phone. Batteries in electronics can always be replaced. The difficult part is removing it and replacing it.
These batteries are typically AA or a shorter or wider variation. They are widely available on many battery websites. If you know how to desolder and solder, which is a skill that any adult can learn, swapping out the batteries will be straightforward. A soldering kit is $25 or less on Amazon; I recommend obtaining one with adjustable temperature or a 25-watt or lower power supply to avoid scorching the circuit board. Each soldering tab battery costs between $2 and $4. (Do not purchase these from Amazon because they are a swindle; instead, go to an independent battery website.) You can find instructional videos on YouTube. The Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries with Bluetooth comes with two CrossAction brush heads, our most technologically advanced brush heads with perfectly angled bristles. One ProWhite brush head for an instantly whiter smile, one FlossAction brush head for plaque removal, and one Sensitive Clean brush head for sensitivity relief are also included. So that you can always get the clean you need. Furthermore, if you have specific oral health needs, such as cleaning around orthodontics, the Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries is compatible with every brush head produced by Oral-B.