A company called Reinast has created a luxury toothbrush with the seriously hefty price tag of at least $4,320. And no, it doesn't do anything special.
The brush has a titanium body with removable bristle heads, which is fine. It is also said to "combine German engineering for a lightweight and sleek design."
But for $4,000? It better last for several generations, guarantee a lifetime free of any kind of tooth decay, and transform into something neat involving lasers. Or have Bluetooth.Suggest a correction