On August 23rd (Thurs), Green Tech Roll introduced the ‘360 Fones Toothbrush’, an unpowered, spinning toothbrush, at the MIK 2018 Conference & Networking Party in Yangjae, Seoul, with the support of the Korean Health Industry Development Institute.
The ‘360 Fones Toothbrush’, exhibited in this exhibition, cleans deep in between your teeth with 2 spinning circular brushes, and boasts cleaning and massaging effects that are 3 times better than normal toothbrushes. Unlike existing products which make you use a lot of strength and damage your teeth, the pressure from your grip will spin the brushes, guaranteeing safety of your teeth, and the 2 circular brushes maintain cleaner gums.
This product is made of Tritan, which allows the product to be sterilized by boiling, making it more hygienic, and the gum brush attached to the bottom of the tooth brush makes it more convenient. Green Tech Roll finds its competitive edged based on the fact that none of the patented toothbrushes were a combination of the 360 spinning toothbrush and gum brush, and plans to expand to the Japanese and the US markets .
Furthermore, Green Tech Rolls, ‘360 Fones Toothbrush’ is designed into adult and baby forms, and the bristles last longer than usual, and can be switched, and is expected to be selected by many consumers, as it is eco-friendly.’
A Green Tech Roll official has said, “the entry level toothbrush will be released by August, and the design and mold for the mold type are also being prepared,” and revealed future plans saying, “we are currently pushing to get the products into large marts, and will adjust our prices accordingly so that anyone will be able to purchase the product.
He shared that, “As there are many consumers who are looking for brushes for refills, we are preparing to sell the Brush by itself, and we hope for your continued attention. ”
Meanwhile, this event was hosted by global news network ‘Aving News’, a media partner of 100 exhibitions ever year and of MWC and IFA, one of the world’s top 3 IT/Tech/home appliances fair, and was jointly organized by Vietnam’s state-owned media Vietnam Plus, fandom-based video platform SEESO, China’s first IT portal YESKY, and influencer marketing platform ASIX.