Panasonic EW1211W Dental Care Cordless Rechargeable Oral Irrigator at Amazon - £33.99
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Panasonic EW1211W Dental Care Cordless Rechargeable Oral Irrigator at Amazon - £33.99

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Found 5th Feb
Deal of the Day - cheapest it's been for a while.

Easy to grip and easy to fill with water. 130 ml tank volume. Waterproof and washable. Non-contact recharger. Easy to keep clean. Equipped with nozzle stand. Charge base is wall-mountable, with 2 screws included. One full charge provides approximately 15 minutes of use. Charge indicator light on main unit. Full tank of water will provide around 35 seconds of use between re-filling. Powerful water jet removes food debris and massages gums. Removes the bacteria that cause plaque. 3 modes: Jet - for removing food particles trapped between teeth; Normal Air In - for removing particles, massaging gums and rinsing between teeth and gums; Soft Air In - for gently massaging the gums. 2 different powerful jets of water remove food leftovers and bacterias that cause plaque. Water jet with air comfortably massages gum. 100% waterproof, removable water tank.
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The best irrigator I ever had. Worth it !
Love these
odiodo9 h, 34 m ago

The best irrigator I ever had. Worth it !


Seconded....mine’s about 6 or 7 years old now and doesn’t hold charge as well as it used to, so a replacement is in order
Some very mixed reviews on this - very good to very bad. Main problem seems to be that they don't last very long.

I asked hygienist about these things at last visit and she said 'save your money'.
quite impressive.



Thanks, got it for £22 by combining £6 promo with £5 promo.
Got the £6 promo for buying £30 GC and the £5 promo for signing into app first time. (Both promos now expired)

Also got two extra sets (4 in total) of nozzles (for £2.80 per set but now gone up to £6.99)
Edited by: "Speculator" 5th Feb
Besford3 h, 29 m ago

Some very mixed reviews on this - very good to very bad. Main problem …Some very mixed reviews on this - very good to very bad. Main problem seems to be that they don't last very long.I asked hygienist about these things at last visit and she said 'save your money'.


Probably because they don't want to lose you as a customer.
Besford3 h, 45 m ago

Some very mixed reviews on this - very good to very bad. Main problem …Some very mixed reviews on this - very good to very bad. Main problem seems to be that they don't last very long.I asked hygienist about these things at last visit and she said 'save your money'.


I agree with your hygienist if she was referring to this particular model. I have one and never use it. The water spills all over the place and runs out very quickly as a result. I also never felt that my teeth/gums were any cleaner as a result.
My wife and daughter each have one of the Phillips sonicair models and love it. It is a bit dearer than the Panasonic at the moment but we picked it up for £34.99 from Amazon in a lightening deal so I imagine it will be on offer again soon.

Philips Sonicare at Amazon
stephenashforth2 h, 8 m ago

I agree with your hygienist if she was referring to this particular model. …I agree with your hygienist if she was referring to this particular model. I have one and never use it. The water spills all over the place and runs out very quickly as a result. I also never felt that my teeth/gums were any cleaner as a result.My wife and daughter each have one of the Phillips sonicair models and love it. It is a bit dearer than the Panasonic at the moment but we picked it up for £34.99 from Amazon in a lightening deal so I imagine it will be on offer again soon.Philips Sonicare at Amazon


Thanks for that - though it seems to have the same range of reviews as the Panasonic.

Having just been quoted £2600 for an implant (!!!!) I need to take care of all of them but I'm not so sure that these help much.
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