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Oral Fresh ProJet Teeth Cleaning Water Jet Brush Only £21.24 @ Argos
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Oral Fresh ProJet Teeth Cleaning Water Jet Brush Only £21.24 @ Argos

Posted 19th Dec 2015

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Wanted one of these for ages as hate flossing and noticed that it is almost half price at Argos.

Has good reviews.

Picked mine up today.

Hope I've helped someone else by posting this.

The Oral Fresh ProJet teeth cleaning water jet brush is a professional water jet cleaner that removes bacteria deep between teeth and below the gum line where brushing and flossing can't reach. It features three modes and a timer function with large tank capacity and easy water refill. It's the complete oral care cleaning regime and can be filled with either water or your favourite mouthwash for a refreshing clean. 
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I use interdental brushes.
Reserved. Good spot, been thinking about getting one of these. From some of the comments I've read might have to use it in the shower!
Good price but there are possibly reliability issues based on reviews? ..... That said, that's why we have guarantees so went ahead and bought a couple, one for myself and one as a gift for a relative.

Agree with above comment and assuming that the units are at least splash proof, the shower would seem the place to jet yer teeth. X)
Brilliant product , I purchased one a few weeks ago a lot better than flossing and easy to use
seems a clone for the Panasonic one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-EW1211W-Cordless-Rechargeable-Irrigator/dp/B009GUDVW4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1450561917&sr=8-1&keywords=panasonic+oral+irrigator
anyone know how it compares to P one?
Good product i am on my 3rd but the design has been updated to resolve the previous issues.
I've got off of the Panasonic ones, there rubbish best just flossing
Cheap colonic here we come. Heat added.
I bought a Nilfisk pressure washer because of this place about a year ago and it's still unused - never thought about using it to clean my teeth but, hey, might just give it a go!

seems a clone for the Panasonic one … seems a clone for the Panasonic one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-EW1211W-Cordless-Rechargeable-Irrigator/dp/B009GUDVW4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1450561917&sr=8-1&keywords=panasonic+oral+irrigatoranyone know how it compares to P one?

​yes exactly. if you keep your eyes peeled the Panasonic goes for this price on occasion
Seemed like a good idea to me - asked hygienist - answer was 'no'.

Seemed like a good idea to me - asked hygienist - answer was 'no'.

Well, she/he is not going to recommend something that will stop u needing to visit!

Seemed like a good idea to me - asked hygienist - answer was 'no'.

Interesting, I forgot to ask my dentist about this a couple of days ago.

I use interdental brushes.

​good for you.. I use Philips airflosser!
This has been an excellent product and have been using it a while now. The main concern for me is that I stopped using it as it went mouldy inside when I did not use it for two weeks as I went away on holiday.

Seemed like a good idea to me - asked hygienist - answer was 'no'.

Well my dentist disagreed because he said I was one of the very few he wasn't sending to the hygenist even though it had been two years since my last visit.

Been using the Panasnoic one for four years, battery failed so bought another.
Just brought this and the thing is absolutely brutal! I wasn't expecting such high pressure spray. Quite painful when you hit the tougue or gums! However, seems to work well for its purpose.
Thanks OP
thanks OP, this has been on my list for a while which was highly recommended by my dentist
You cannot alter the modes without turning it on. It starts in hose pipe mode and by the time you hsve pressed the button, half of your water or mouthwash has shot on the ceiling , curtains and wall , any where but the mouth. Also in hose pipe mode the brush /nozzel sometimes fires off like a rocket.
The idea behind the product is good but could do with some improvements in design. I would still recommend it, but use it in the bath with a mirror!
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