Panasonic EW-DJ10 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £22 @ Shavers
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Panasonic EW-DJ10 Battery Operated Travel Oral Irrigator £22 @ Shavers

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Found 19th Feb 2015
Wow this thing really works! Makes your teeth feel like you've just came out of the dentists. Stop buying all that electronic rubbish you don't need and buy something that's good for your teeth and gums. Helps keep you and your family out the dentist's chair.

Product Features
Oral water irrigator for healthy teeth and gums
Reach deep to gently remove food and debris between teeth, reduce plaque and bleeding
Collapsible and portable design is perfect for travel use
2 level of water intensity provides safe thorough cleaning for either normal or sensitive gums
Easy fill 165ml water tank
Battery operated

Price on Amazon is £28.47

They also have the Panasonic EW1270 at £24.99 (Amazon £55.09)

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"Makes your teeth feel like you've just came out of the dentists"

Often not a feeling I want to replicate... :-)

Electronic rubbish? This has batteries no?

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Jonnyblock

Electronic rubbish? This has batteries no?


Yeah, I meant instead of buying the usual 'rubbish' we buy (and I put my hand up to that). Why not buy something that actually benefits your health.

Does this ACTUALLY work better than a good old fashioned toothbrush and elbow grease ?

Good price to try one out, however the EW-DJ40 is the better choice, as comes with built in rechargeable power and the jets seem to be more consistent while using..

Bear in mind, that you would really only benefit from one of these AFTER the £50 hygienist visit, combine one of these with 2 times a day brushing and 1 or 2 times a day "Oil Pulling" and you will have a lovely set of Gnashers again

http://www.kashififzaal.com/Umair_project/images/teeth-animation.gif

Hmm

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Good price to try one out, however the EW-DJ40 is the better choice, as … Good price to try one out, however the EW-DJ40 is the better choice, as comes with built in rechargeable power and the jets seem to be more consistent while using..Bear in mind, that you would really only benefit from one of these AFTER the £50 hygienist visit, combine one of these with 2 times a day brushing and 1 or 2 times a day "Oil Pulling" and you will have a lovely set of Gnashers again


where is the EW-DJ40 then? thanks are these better than the water pik models?


[where is the EW-DJ40 then? thanks are these better than the water pik models?[/quote]

I agree the EW-DJ40 is the one to get.

Stay away from Waterpick.

I had 2 and both lasted 6 months each. Can't remember what the exact problem was I think there was a design issue where the connectors eventually stop charging the battery.

Anyway after the 2 waterpick bought the EW-DJ40. Used it for 2 years no problem, battery still going but was starting to loose a bit of power. So still plenty of life left. Was getting a little bit dirty so a deal came along on a cheap EW-DJ40 so bought another one. This now has been working for over a year and no signs of issues.

Remember this is made by Panasonic who in my experience always make good quality products that last.

For sure though I will never buy a waterpick again.
Read reviews on Amazon on both models, you'll see a lot of people have had the same issue with the Waterpick

still voted this one hot though as its a good price.

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Good price to try one out, however the EW-DJ40 is the better choice, as … Good price to try one out, however the EW-DJ40 is the better choice, as comes with built in rechargeable power and the jets seem to be more consistent while using..Bear in mind, that you would really only benefit from one of these AFTER the £50 hygienist visit, combine one of these with 2 times a day brushing and 1 or 2 times a day "Oil Pulling" and you will have a lovely set of Gnashers again


Hhhm OIL PULLING. a very quick bit of research on Google has opened my eyes. I can't beleive this is not promoted by dentists as besides removing hundreds of thousands of bacteria from your teeth and gums via swishing coconut oil and spit out the bacteria filled oil after x amount of minutes swilling .
Don't ever think your teeth/gums are clean as a clean mouth will still have around one hundred thousand bacteria and a dirty mouth up to a billion . all these bacteria can end up inside our bodies potentially causing major health issues later on

anyone go any deals for the EW-DJ40 OUT THERE

I had a waterpik as a gift one year. It was excruciating to use with cold water and there was no chance of me putting any water in from the hot tap because it's not fresh enough (gravity fed system). If anyone is considering this deal or a waterpik then if they have sensitive teeth I'd say don't bother.

bad head day

I had a waterpik as a gift one year. It was excruciating to use with cold … I had a waterpik as a gift one year. It was excruciating to use with cold water and there was no chance of me putting any water in from the hot tap because it's not fresh enough (gravity fed system). If anyone is considering this deal or a waterpik then if they have sensitive teeth I'd say don't bother.



yes I put warm water in mine. fresh is still ok just notbcold water

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