Panasonic Dentacare EW1411 Oral Irrigator/Flosser £49.99 via AMAZON
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Panasonic Dentacare EW1411 Oral Irrigator/Flosser £49.99 via AMAZON

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Found 1st Jan
2868800.jpgIf you are anything like me, then you are not capable of efficiently flossing with a traditional string floss. This seemed to me like an excellent device for this purpose.

Especially if you don't own an Electric Toothbrush.

There is an older EW1211 model as well but this attracted me as it was newer and I spotted somebody listing TWO of those for sale on ebay for parts (probably because battery was dead). This newer model apparently comes with better battery.

This is my first time buying this and have been following up with the price everyday.

  • Cleans between teeth with the powerful (6 kgf/cm) or 528kPa water jet.
  • Cleansing of periodontal pockets & gingiva care using a bubble water stream.
  • Effective cleaning with reduced frequency of water refill with "long-lasting mode"
  • Powerful water stream flushes plaque and food debris from the periodontal pockets.
  • Gentle bubble water stream* with a combination of micro-bubbles and soft water can directly clean the delicate periodontal pocket.
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Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I have an older model and it's great. I use an electric toothbrush as well but still manage to flush out more bits of food.
Master.G3 m ago

Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I …Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I have an older model and it's great. I use an electric toothbrush as well but still manage to flush out more bits of food.


Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such devices. Did you get it for GBP 45? I have been following up everyday for the drop and thought I'd posted. Looks like people didn't like it.

Don't know if its the price or if the device is not useful? I hope it's not the latter because I bought it myself! I had an Amazon voucher so I waited for this drop to get the most bang out of it :P
Ahmed.Shumayal39 m ago

Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such …Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such devices. Did you get it for GBP 45? I have been following up everyday for the drop and thought I'd posted. Looks like people didn't like it.Don't know if its the price or if the device is not useful? I hope it's not the latter because I bought it myself! I had an Amazon voucher so I waited for this drop to get the most bang out of it :P



I've had an older Panasonic model for over a year, cannot recall how much i paid for it. I was sceptical as first but did some research (youtube) and was convinced to try it. You won't regret it. As i said, even following a thorough clean with an electric toothbrush, i still manage to flush out tiny bits of food from between my teeth and from between lips and gums. I found it impossible to get the hang of dental floss and the small dental brushes bent after a couple of uses. I found that it got me into a regular serious cleaning habit. My dentist is impressed and my hygienist has doubled the time between visits.
Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. The water spills all over the place unless you are very careful. The water only lasts a few seconds. Just sits in my bathroom cabinet now.
stephenashforth1st Jan

Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. …Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. The water spills all over the place unless you are very careful. The water only lasts a few seconds. Just sits in my bathroom cabinet now.


Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it does?
Ahmed.Shumayal55 m ago

Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it …Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it does?


In spite of the amount of water that was jetted out, I didn't feel that it came out with sufficient force to be effective. My wife and daughter both have the Philips Sonicare and have been very pleased with it. I know it is a couple of pound more expensive at the moment, depending on colour, but it is regularly on offer at under £40 if you aren't in too big a rush.


Philips Sonicare at Amazon
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