Ultralight Travel Toothbrush

18 reviews
$2.95 Weight 0.71 oz / 20.0 g


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Make sure you have fresh clean teeth to lift your spirits without weighing down your pack. This ultralight, compact toothbrush includes an extension handle, a mini toothpaste tube, and a handy carrying case all for less than an ounce! If that is still too heavy carry only the parts you need.

The included toothpaste tube holds enough for a week or more if used sparingly. When it runs out, pinch the air out, butt it up tight against a normal toothpaste tube, and squeeze more in to re-fill it.

These are not returnable once the packaging is opened, unless there is a defect.

Weight:

Toothbrush - .13 ounces (4 grams)

Extension Handle - .1 ounces (3 grams)

Mini Toothpaste Tube (Full) - .2 ounces (6 grams)

Carrying Case - .28 ounces (8 grams)

Total Weight: .71 ounces (20 grams)

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4.4 Based on 18 Reviews
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MB
12/02/2020
Matt B.
United States United States
7 years old approved

Took my 7 year old on his first backpacking trip. When saw my toothbrush kit he had to have his own!

BB
10/12/2020
Bryce B.
Canada Canada
Great stuff

Never unsatisfied with zpacks! Best lightweight gear out there. Period.

RB
05/23/2020
Rosalind B.
United States United States
Perfect travel toothbrush

I love this toothbrush to take to work. It’s so light and compact that I can put it in my pocket or carry in my purse.

JR
02/10/2020
john r.
United States United States
Customer Service

Top-notch customer service! I contacted customer service when my toothbrush arrived and was broken they quickly put another one in the mail to me I had it within two days thank you so much keep it up Z packs

J“
01/13/2020
John “.
United States United States
Great little tooth brush kit!

I got one kit for me and my son. My wife has absconded with the tiny tooth paste tubes. The son and I were going to do dots anyway, but now I don't get to see the wee tiny tubes and giggle at them. Such is life, I have to give her a win every once in a while..