Ultralite Toothbrush

Roo

Trail Blazer
I use one of these:
5.5g with no sawing required. Still long enough to feel usable but I bet it'd fit in @cathyjc's wash bag. The bristle head is obviously smaller than a standard adult toothbrush though, so that may or may not be your thing. No problem for me.
Well done to Jordan for working to reduce their plastic usage though.
 

ADz

Thru Hiker
I have these (6.5g)
 

cathyjc

Thru Hiker
I use one of these:
5.5g with no sawing required. Still long enough to feel usable but I bet it'd fit in @cathyjc's wash bag. The bristle head is obviously smaller than a standard adult toothbrush though, so that may or may not be your thing. No problem for me.
Well done to Jordan for working to reduce their plastic usage though.
I'm sorted thanks.
A couple of mins with a hack saw sees me OK. :biggrin:
Agree on the reducing the plastic tho'.
 
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Taz38

Thru Hiker
I also cut mine down so it fit in my pouch better.
The litesmith looks good, but from the US though.
The bristles on the bamboo brush I bought are too soft for my liking.
 

Jaco

Trail Blazer
Mine are ones given out on flights. Formerly Qatar economy freebies, now a heavier (9g!) Thai business class kit one. Plastic, but going in the bin anyway if left on the plane, sadly.

Not sure about those thumbprint toothbrushes - it took a few years to learn not to stuff my grubby fingers in my mouth :)
 
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George387

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I like to go extra ultralight 🤣
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Travel brush for me from Emirates business class wash bag on our last big holiday abroad before covid. (not my teeth above I hasten to add :))
 
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Enzo

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As an aside, strongly recommend the '78 version of invasion of the body snatchers. Deeply creepy.
 

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