Panasonic EW1211W Dental Care Cordless Rechargeable Oral Irrigator at Amazon for £35.99
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Panasonic EW1211W Dental Care Cordless Rechargeable Oral Irrigator at Amazon for £35.99

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Found 27th Aug 2017
    • 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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It's a shame that it requires around 15 hours to fully charge to get only 15 minutes of use. On the plus side, it seems like the rechargeable batteries can be easily replaced when they die
Seems to have a lot of 1 star reviews, The's a few at less money with better reviews, might be paying for the name... amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
I have this water flossier . I charge it once per month and use it daily, my wife also uses it. It comes with 2 heads that don't wear out. The only trouble is that there is no fully charged indicator. I also put watered down mouthwash in it and have had no issues. Other than that its fantastic.
I would 100% advise anyone to get a water flossier, its quite amazing what comes out of your teeth / gums. Especially after eating Nuts
Edited by: "Tabintab" 27th Aug 2017
I have this unit for about 5 years. It's very good and strong a bargain at this price. The batteries have died a month ago and special replacement batteries are required but they cost only £14 for two. Overall a good investment and so far outlasted the waterpik I once had.
To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually flossing?

Thanks
cheekster7 m ago

To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually …To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually flossing?Thanks

Got the Philips one - no where near as good as manual
morrig7 h, 30 m ago

Seems to have a lot of 1 star reviews, The's a few at less money with …Seems to have a lot of 1 star reviews, The's a few at less money with better reviews, might be paying for the name... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B072BH3W91?psc=1


£24 here. There really no limit how low you can go. Just at the cost of some functions or gimicks
cheekster2 h, 31 m ago

To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually …To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually flossing?Thanks


From a friend who's a dentist: NO, manual flossing + interdental brushes are the way to go, however the water flosser is "BETTER THAN NOTHING".
Thanks for replies. Better than nothing, it may have to be then, ha ha.
Got the Philips one and is absolutely garbage.
Edited by: "ukmonkey" 28th Aug 2017
Showing at £54.53 now shame I'd have bought one at £35 already blew through one in under 18 months compared to the cheaper Amazon ones which I also bought this one's a lot more powerful but it cannot withstand the long-term humidity of a bathroom and eventually rusts in the battery compartment and is not usable, the cheaper ones are actual tosh though they couldn't remove food in-between teeth so it's a trade off that's worth it for one that actually cleans even if it doesn't live as long.
£54.53 now
Got one. But not exactly what I expected. But better than not.
cooliodealio15 h, 58 m ago

From a friend who's a dentist: NO, manual flossing + interdental brushes …From a friend who's a dentist: NO, manual flossing + interdental brushes are the way to go, however the water flosser is "BETTER THAN NOTHING".


My dentist recommended TeePee interdental brushes.
I use various different sizes and have never looked back. They will remove a lot of stuff that a water flosser will leave behind.
They also cost a fraction of this.
I used a Braun water flosser years ago - waste of time.
pedant991 h, 36 m ago

My dentist recommended TeePee interdental brushes.I use various different …My dentist recommended TeePee interdental brushes.I use various different sizes and have never looked back. They will remove a lot of stuff that a water flosser will leave behind. They also cost a fraction of this.I used a Braun water flosser years ago - waste of time.


Absolutely! TeePee are the ones his practice recommends too and he says he can really tell the difference in oral health when people use interdental brushes vs people who don't.

For anyone else reading, yes TeePees may be fiddly, but they make a big difference to your teeth and gums in the long term! (& avoiding unpleasant and expensive dental procedures!)
This is more efficient, will clean deeper and is easier than manual flossing. Also you should not be able to damage your gums, although Darwinism will find someone, I'm sure . No strings to break, no more sore fingers.
cheekster27th Aug

To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually …To those that already own one of these, is this as effective as manually flossing?Thanks

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