Oral-B iO 5 vs Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100 - Where are the differences?
Where are the differences?
Some electric toothbrushes have several different cleaning modes. With 5 cleaning modes only the Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100 offers that in this comparison. The Oral-B iO 5 has only one cleaning mode.
Some devices additionally offer a choice of intensity levels. Here there is no difference in the two products. In both cases there is only one intensity level.
There is a difference in the technology used. The Oral-B iO 5 has an Magnet Technology. the Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100 has an Sound Technology used.
Unlike the Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100, the Oral-B iO 5 has a reminder function to change the toothbrush attachment. It is recommended to change the attachment every 3 months.
Too much pressure with the toothbrush can harm the teeth and especially the gums. Also, too much pressure affects the cleaning result. To remedy this, many electric toothbrushes offer an imprint control. There is a difference here. Only the Oral-B iO 5* offers you a sensor for this.
Timer and cleaning time
Both electric toothbrushes have an integrated timer for the correct brushing time. The time for the optimal brushing time is 120 seonds for both devices. There is also a split timer at 30 seonds for both toothbrushes. The timer works for the two devices with vibration. On the display the Oral-B iO 5 the cleaning time is also visible.
Unlike the Philips Sonicare DailyClean 3100, the Oral-B iO 5 is equipped with a display to show you more information.
App & Smartphone Connection
There is a difference in the app, because there is only an app available for the Oral-B iO 5. An app can give you some beneficial features for your brushing time and brushing technique.
The app the Oral-B iO 5 offers you as functions Coaching, Position detection and Artificial Intelligence.
The battery life of the two electric toothbrushes is identical with up to 14 days. A longer battery life is particularly interesting for travel, where power is not always available. However, this is still a problem with very few toothbrushes. Some devices even offer a travel case with a built-in charging function.