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DOC Multi-Use Suction Holder by Radius (


Item #10067938


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Product Description:

Perfect for your RADIUS Toothbrush!

  • Suction base ensured to attach to any smooth surface or wall, opening up a world of possibilities for every need!
  • The ultimate Toothbrush Holder! Holds toothbrush vertically or hangs from wall.
  • Bathroom helper! Great for razors, sponges, hairbrushes and much more!
  • Perfect for the kitchen to hold a dish towel or a spoon while cooking!
  • Office-genie extraordinaire - holds iPod and Blackberry for hands free music or conference call
  • EcoPure biodegradable additive ensures breakdown in any environment (landfills, composts, commercial facilities etc) and is 100% recyclable: Package - Recycled PP #1; Product -- #7 Plastic
  • Assorted colors. Available in white, ibis rose, vibrant green, charcoal grey, bright purple

Product Details:

UPC: 085178001882


MPN: 900

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About Radius:

While on the Caribbean island of Tortola, architects James O'Halloran and Kevin Foley came up with an idea for a better toothbrush. In 1982 the original design for the Radius toothbrush was born, featuring an ergonomic handle and 5,500 bristles (the average brush has 1,500). Today, the toothbrush's ergonomic design is featured in the Permanent Collection of the Smithsonian Institute's National Design Museum.