RADIUS® Replacement Heads boast our signature bed of super-soft, fanned bristles in a swappable pair. Switching one spent head for another instead of purchasing an entirely new toothbrush reduces plastic consumption and waste by 93%. Now that’s something to smile about!
Easy-to-use sanitary collapsible design.
After you’ve used your toothbrush, stash the replaceable head safely inside the hollow handle. No extra travel case required.
Removable & replaceable brush head
Thanks to the innovative design, when you’re done with one of the fan-bristled, gum-stimulating heads, you can simply swap it for another — reducing waste and saving you from having to buy a whole new toothbrush.
- dentist recommended
“It’s fun and softer on your mouth so you're going to have a better brushing experience.”
- — Dr. Deborah Ann Klotz
“This is what they do. They make toothbrushes. And they do it superior to other toothbrush manufacturers.”
- — Dr. Robert L. Schlossberg
“It’s fun and softer on your mouth so you're going to have a better brushing experience.”— Dr. Deborah Ann Klotz
“This is what they do. They make toothbrushes. And they do it superior to other toothbrush manufacturers.”— Dr. Robert L. Schlossberg
What people are saying.
This is a nice travel toothbrush. Easy to pack, very compact.
I have these stashed in my various bags for work and things. Also use one in my bike packing kit. Had one. Bought more.
they are great
I haven't yet tried the product. I wrote Radius and asked whether the bristles squish down when in use. I know your FAQ addresses small mouths, and this is one reason why I bought the Tour. I want a toothbrush with replaceable heads that accommodates small mouths. I'm pretty sure the Tour is too big for my mouth. Recommendations? Thank you!
I love this brush! I love how light and portable it is, as well as how easy the heads are to change. My only issue is that water gets inside the body of the brush very easily and can lead to gunk and build-up if you don’t wipe it fully dry after every use, or else leave it open. Maybe it’s the water where I live, though.