Philips Sonicare AirFloss HX8211/02 Rechargeable Power Flosser £41.99 at Amazon
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Philips Sonicare AirFloss HX8211/02 Rechargeable Power Flosser £41.99 at Amazon

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Found 11th May 2015
Guaranteed bleeding gums for at least a week as you pump them daily with compressed air. No pain no gain though. Once your through the blood and tears then beautiful healthy teeth await and no more dental floss so this purchase will pay for itself inside 10 years.

To be honest never heard of this device until yesterday and suddenly Amazon have slashed the price so posting in case anybody has been longing for one but put off by the higher prices.

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Got it last time around... One of those hukd impulse purchases (like we don't suffer from those eh?!). Wouldn't be without it. This thing actually works shock horror. Best purchase in ages and at this price a steal. Heat Op

My mum bought one of these from costco before xmas and it works great when i tried it. Been promising myself one for ages so finally bit the bullet.

Hot!! Thanks

I preferred argos own brand to this bought on offer for £20/25

I highly recommend the Panasonic water jet. Rechargeable batteries work great on the cheaper non-rechargeable model.

Got it on a lightning deal for somewhere around that amount - good little device and it works. Hasn't packed up either like some reviewers suggested - I guess they've improved the design or manufacturing quality.

Thanks op. Been waiting for one of these - ordered! Cheers

Good piece of kit, especially for lazy **** like myself, not a proper substitute for flossing though

Been wanting one of these for a while now as I hate flossing, can never get in at the back teeth. So this should help a lot.

does this remove real stuck in food? or just light stuff?

Any idea if the water ones are better?

Great product, had one of these for about 3 years, but now on my third handset. Phillips obviously know they have quality issues, as they send out a replacement without any hassle. Didn't even have to provide any proof of purchase!

nice deal

just what I wanted- good review too, thanks

Yeah, use this twice daily. Whack a good antiseptic mouthwash in it and it's awesome. Paid about £60 a year ago from Costco and still going strong. Great buy for me as I don't floss regularly and this is better way than doing nothing.

Better than not flossing, but certainly not as effective as flossing - if I floss afterwards there's evidence of this. In the evening, I now brush, then floss, then AirFloss with either water or mouthwash to get anything the floss dislodged but didn't clear. But if you're home late or are just tired, you'll be much more likely to AirFloss than you would standard...

I would avoid these, I had one of these and it died after 6 months, I then found out about the reliability problems and got a Panasonic EW1211 instead.

The Panasonic is so much better that I didn't bother returning the Philips for a warranty swap out.

Tried Flubit but they can't beat price:
"Demand Rejected - Found best price online
Congratulations! You seem to have found the best offer online for this product - you're obviously a savvy shopper. We aren't able to beat the price you've already found which is good news for you, as it means you've found yourself a great price. We generally can't create offers on heavily discounted products, such as those found on daily deal and flash sale sites."

Bought on impulse - thanks

CompositeGuru74

My mum bought one of these from costco before xmas and it works great … My mum bought one of these from costco before xmas and it works great when i tried it. Been promising myself one for ages so finally bit the bullet. Hot!! Thanks



Think you are going to need more than a flossing machine if you keep biting bullets....

FANTASTIC DEVICE!!!

I find it very good but keep hold of your invoice. I got one just under 2 years ago on a similar deal and I've had to have 2 replacements. Fair play to Philips it does have a 2 year warranty and on both occasions I've had a replacement within 5 day.

Don't forget 5% off using quidco!

Posting to buy later

Ordered. And many thanks for the Quidco reminder.

fabbers

I find it very good but keep hold of your invoice. I got one just under 2 … I find it very good but keep hold of your invoice. I got one just under 2 years ago on a similar deal and I've had to have 2 replacements. Fair play to Philips it does have a 2 year warranty and on both occasions I've had a replacement within 5 day.



Same here. It stopped firing, you can hear the mechanism draw the water but it never blasts it out. think it could be hard water causing it. Good customer service from Philips though.

It's actually £40.99 if you look to the right under other sellers.... Saved you a paaaaaand

Mine developed a fault - I then experienced a service from Philips that was absolutely First Class

OrangeAgent

does this remove real stuck in food? or just light stuff?Any idea if the … does this remove real stuck in food? or just light stuff?Any idea if the water ones are better?



I don't own one, but this is from the product blurb: Microburst technology: Compressed air and high speed water droplets powerfully but gently clean deep between teeth

Hot, I hate this site costs me so much money!

thanks very much - just purchased...will see how we go

I am so tempted. The only thing putting me off is the reliability

I have this and the Panasonic. The Panasonic holds more water and I think does a much better job.

Anyone know of a really good electric tooth brush with cheap replacement heads and from Amazon (if I buy anything on Amazon I can ALWAYS return it within a year, no exception haha) - just bought this on impulse as if it does in fact break will be able to replace it easily!

Edited by: "trojanh" 11th May 2015

mine died after about 9 months, just wouldn't charge up again
got replacement ok but would not risk any money on one of these again.
You would think Philips would have got the message that there was a design issue with these by now.
They must have skip loads of faulty units.

Problem is having ordered the panasonic one from Amazon at 25 quid which then wasn't honoured it is hard to bring myself to order one at 60% more.....

Considering the reviews with this Philips model are a bit hit and miss, anyone able to compare this with using this Waterpik product that has much better reviews:

amazon.co.uk/Wat…d_1

Is the Panasonic water jet better? Many say so?

mubashar

Philips: Rated 80%, cost: £41.99, Link: … Philips: Rated 80%, cost: £41.99, Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-Sonicare-HX8211-02-Rechargeable/dp/B00DBCHBUG/ref=pd_cp_d_0Panasonic: Rated: 84%, cost £50.12, Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-EW1211W-Cordless-Rechargeable-Irrigator/dp/B009GUDVW4/ref=pd_cp_d_0Waterpik: Rated: 90%. cost: £52.41, Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Waterpik-WP120UK-Ultra-Water-Flosser/dp/B00FJXHC72/ref=pd_cp_d_1



Ok it says on the site this is the top of the range Waterpik

Edited by: "BustyB293" 11th May 2015

They didn't honour it last time. Second try!
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