Nevadent Water Jet Flosser £19.99 @ Lidl
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Nevadent Water Jet Flosser £19.99 @ Lidl

£19.99LIDL Deals
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Found 19th Feb
Thoroughly cleans where toothbrushes cannot reach
Easy-to-fill water tank inside the handle
Rechargeable Li-Ion battery
Fill the tank with water

3 water jet settings:

Soft: for a stimulating gum massage
Normal: for daily cleaning
Jet: for removing stubborn food debris
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Thanks. I wonder how this compares to the Philips AirFloss
Great flosser my dentist comments on the improvement of oral hygiene
Good price and does the job
Cool thanks. Will pop down to my nearest store tonight and get myself one
Reooow5 m ago

Cool thanks. Will pop down to my nearest store tonight and get myself one



The website mentions that the deal starts on Thursday 22nd Feb. Just thought I'd mention so you don't make a journey for nothing
ualla28 m ago

The website mentions that the deal starts on Thursday 22nd Feb. Just …The website mentions that the deal starts on Thursday 22nd Feb. Just thought I'd mention so you don't make a journey for nothing


Thank u for saving journey. Much appreciated.
Thanks OP
Yes great ..I brush with a 3-4 year old brush. Used this and my mate said mouth less smelly. May help you
Looks identical to my panasonic ew1211w which I bought from Amazon 2 weeks ago at £35. Very good product and certainly makes teeth cleaner.

I would suggest people using it on the soft setting and use like warm water otherwise the coldness gets right into the teeth and makes them feels like they are sensitive.
Love the model is standing there in a grey top with her mouth open. I wonder what the “after” photo would look like if she used it like that?
Sturdiness1 h, 25 m ago

Love the model is standing there in a grey top with her mouth open. I …Love the model is standing there in a grey top with her mouth open. I wonder what the “after” photo would look like if she used it like that?



m.imgur.com/r/f…uUW
I'm especially keen to look after my teeth after an implant cost me £2600! Discussed these things with the hygienist who advised saving my money!

Interdental brushes are cheaper and more effective.

If it's anything like the 'bargain' electric toothbrush I got from Lidl it won't work properly anyway. I do love a bargain but that wasn't!
Reooow22 h, 5 m ago

Thanks. I wonder how this compares to the Philips AirFloss


I have the Airfloss. I used for 6 months but then didn't bother for the next 6 months. When I tried to restart using it I found that the battery no longer holds a charge. So it's gone in the bin.
Is this meant to replace the need to floss normally or to compliment it?
Zuulan37 m ago

I have the Airfloss. I used for 6 months but then didn't bother for the …I have the Airfloss. I used for 6 months but then didn't bother for the next 6 months. When I tried to restart using it I found that the battery no longer holds a charge. So it's gone in the bin.


I've read similar reviews on Amazon
PaddyGreen23 h, 23 m ago

Is this meant to replace the need to floss normally or to compliment it?



Replace. It's flossing with water.
Zuulan37 m ago

Replace. It's flossing with water.


Thanks.
Besford20th Feb

I'm especially keen to look after my teeth after an implant cost me £2600! …I'm especially keen to look after my teeth after an implant cost me £2600! Discussed these things with the hygienist who advised saving my money!Interdental brushes are cheaper and more effective.If it's anything like the 'bargain' electric toothbrush I got from Lidl it won't work properly anyway. I do love a bargain but that wasn't!

​really? tepe interdental cost 50p per brush - I need 5 different ones so that is £3 per 2 weeks ( if I can make them last that long ) or £72 per yr. water flosser works out cheaper unless you can show me different???
Zuulan20th Feb

I have the Airfloss. I used for 6 months but then didn't bother for the …I have the Airfloss. I used for 6 months but then didn't bother for the next 6 months. When I tried to restart using it I found that the battery no longer holds a charge. So it's gone in the bin.



All Phillips Sonicare products have a 2 year warranty so throwing it away was a bit daft. Yes, they are very unreliable. We haven't had a single flosser or toothbrush last the two years warranty in the 7 or 8 years we have been using them. However either Amazon or Phillips have replaced or refunded them all, without question, every time. It's a pain, but there aren't any other products out there that come close to working as well, so we put up with it.

We use it with mouthwash, rather than water and it's made a huge difference to our teeth. So much that our dentist now recommends them to all his patients. It might not be quite up with manual flossing, but it's practically as good, takes 30 seconds, twice a day to use. Despite all our good intentions, we simply couldn't get into the habit of manual flossing every day.
Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 23rd Feb
Sturdiness20th Feb

Love the model is standing there in a grey top with her mouth open. I …Love the model is standing there in a grey top with her mouth open. I wonder what the “after” photo would look like if she used it like that?


I wish I’d have read this before I used mine for the first time haha!
PaddyGreen20th Feb

Is this meant to replace the need to floss normally or to compliment it?


Complement as it only dislodges food whereas floss rubs the tooth, cleaning it far more effectively.
was great not wont charge then it goes green turn it on power only for a second
Similar to previous reviewer. Assembled the machine as per instructions, plugged it in and watched light go red for 1 second and then fade out. Tried an overnight charge..nothing. Dead as a dodo. It's going back for a refund. Always a gamble with LiDL!
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