Photo: Gavin Robertson
Gavin Robertson from Scotland ordered on Amazon electric toothbrush Oral-B for 30 pounds (about 2,5 thousand rubles), unpacked the delivered product and found that the brush was used, covered with saliva and foam from toothpaste. This writes The Sun.
According to 36-year-old father of three children, the box of the item was unsealed, and she had no additional protective packaging. “As soon as I opened the box, the smell of toothpaste was pretty nasty,” recalls Robertson.
In addition, the instrument was still wet from recent use. The British marveled at the lack of special inner packing, which is necessary to maintain sterility of the brush.
“Is it really so hard to seal brush, for consumers to be sure that someone else has not used it to clean between the toes?”— angry Robertson.
The representative of Oral-B said that the company sells only new toothbrushes, but the manufacturer knows about the practice of resale of used devices. Amazon explained that investigating the incident.
The publication notes that the consumer is dissatisfied with eletromidia of this brand, you may return it to the manufacturer under warranty for 30 days.
Video, photo All from Russia.