— The new toothbrush from Shimano Corp. and its subsidiary, Teal toothbrush, is designed to take more pressure.
The new version is the first brush to feature a new design that reduces the amount of pressure a toothbrush can take.
Shimaro said the new design reduces the friction that is caused when brushing against a surface and reduces the risk of tooth decay, plaque buildup and breakage, in addition to helping the brush glide through the mouth.
The company said it has seen an uptick in demand for its new Teal brush, with consumers now paying $10 more for the new version than the previous model.
The new Teel toothbrush comes in two models.
The “D2” model features a longer blade with a larger blade and the larger capacity.
The larger capacity model also comes in a longer handle, which is designed for those who have trouble with the longer handle.
The brush has a smaller capacity of just 1.5 ounces, making it easy to carry.
It is available in four colors, black, green, orange and yellow.
The handle is made from a soft synthetic material that has been treated with a chemical that helps to minimize the friction when brushing.
The synthetic material is not coated with an adhesive, which may cause some problems if you are allergic to it, Shimato said.
Shimano said the brush also has a larger handle that makes it easier to hold.
It also comes with a “V2” version, which comes with an additional 2.5 ounce capacity, which can be used with other brush styles, such as the D2, D3, D4 and D5 models.
These versions can also be used as a “bump” brush, but they can only be used to brush on surfaces with a surface area of 2 to 3 inches, and do not work for surfaces with less than 2 inches of surface area.
The extra 2.25 ounce capacity allows the brush to be used for brushing on surfaces that are between 2 and 3 inches wide.
The 3 ounce capacity also makes it suitable for brushing surfaces that have a surface that is about 3 inches by 4 inches wide, including a large door or window, the company said.
The other model has a longer, thinner blade with the same capacity as the original, but with a smaller, 1.75 ounce capacity.
It can be attached to a standard brush head and is available with or without a handle, but does not come with a protective coating, which could make it less durable and less likely to break if dropped or mishandled, Shimo said.
The price for the 3 ounce version is $29.99.
Shimo says customers have requested the 3 ounces version.
Shimo says its new “D1” and “D3” models come in two sizes: the “D4” model, which has a capacity of 3 ounces, and the “R1” model with a capacity up to 5 ounces.
The two new models can be combined for a total of 15 ounces, Shimi said.
Shimso says customers are requesting the larger capacities for their older models, and for those that are not already carrying a Shimo toothbrush.
The brush can be charged via the included USB cable or wirelessly through Shimero’s mobile app.
Users can also purchase a rechargeable 3-volt battery and attach it to the new brush head, which allows it to be charged for about 15 minutes.
The rechargeable battery can last for up to a year.
Shimi also is working on a smaller “R3” brush that comes in black, white and orange.
The smaller version has a 3.25-ounce capacity, but is not waterproof.
Shimi says customers want the option to choose from the smaller version if they prefer a larger capacity brush, which should be available later this year.
The small brush is $15.95.
The Shimo website has a list of colors and prices for the different brushes.
Shimbashi, a Japanese company, is also developing a new version of its “D” brush for those with soft or coarse bristles, which will be available next year.
Its “D6” model has an additional 5 ounces of capacity, and Shimbashi is working with suppliers to make the brush available to customers, but will not make it available to the public until the new model is ready for release, Shimbashis company said in a news release.
It said it will start making the brush by May 2017, and it is currently working on the first batch.