Philips Sonicare AirFloss HX8211/02 Rechargeable Power Flosser £50.00 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare AirFloss HX8211/02 Rechargeable Power Flosser £50.00 @ Amazon

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Found 13th Aug 2014
I have this and it works great. A bargain at £50!

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- Youngy

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Thanks for posting. Added image, price and retailer to OP

What does it do?

These are amazing so worth the money. I noticed a difference straight away after using it.

I really didn't like it. returned mine.

Quids

What does it do?



skooshes air bubbles and water thru your teeth, can put touch of mouthrinse in for added freshness.

I've got the Panasonic does the same thing, surprised how much they get out even after just brushing teeth.

does this actually ever sell anywhere at £100? Got to love a stupidly inflated RRP

Original Poster

It's usually around the 70 quid mark which is what I paid last month

Original Poster

It's usually around the 70 quid mark which is what I paid last month

Echo

Echo

paule23

Echo


Maybe they bought two

I like the idea of these and went on to the Philips web site. The reviews they publish seem to be genuine. Most say it works well but far to many say it has major reliability problems. Batteries wont charge, the pump breaks and there is a design fault with the water container lid.
Pity.:(

My panasonic one cost a bit more but very happy with it.

I have this an it is amazing - I'd been waiting for it to reduce from £70ish and bagged one at £50 a few months ago. Rarely as cheap as this. Makes such a difference - my teeth have felt much better since using this and I've always (I thought!) taken good care of them

I have fixed wire braces, and this has been invaluable in flushing out bits of food that catch in them during the day, stuff that even an electronic toothbrush doesn't get out. Got mine for £70, so heat added.

Ordered, thanks for sharing op.

Ive never flossed in my life because i dont have time (too lazy) and after reading the reviews its a no brainer,
Thanks OP

I had one of these and sent it back. The air flosser is nowhere near as effective as manual flossing, and it even says on the packaging that it doesn't replace manual flossing.

It's a nice reduction, but I will stick to regular floss until they come out with something more effective.

I have one of these and it works really well.

Being able to fill it up with mouthwash is a bonus.

If you get food stuck between your teeth (having a nice steak does it for me) this does a good job of cleaning - if you use it after you've brushed your teeth it's surprising how much more this thing gets out.

Not for everyone I'm sure but I often can't be fussed manually flossing at the end of the night when I just want to brush my teeth and get to bed.

Well recommended.

I agree with a couple of the posts above, having had one of these for a couple of years - the first one broke within a few months, and it's never as good as proper flossing, but is easier and less messy so you actually do it!

gremlin

I have one of these and it works really well.Being able to fill it up … I have one of these and it works really well.Being able to fill it up with mouthwash is a bonus.If you get food stuck between your teeth (having a nice steak does it for me) this does a good job of cleaning - if you use it after you've brushed your teeth it's surprising how much more this thing gets out.Not for everyone I'm sure but I often can't be fussed manually flossing at the end of the night when I just want to brush my teeth and get to bed.Well recommended.


TePe or similar interdental brushes are a cheap and quick way to remove food from between the teeth.

Excellent items. I use this and pixters. Way better than dental floss

pibpob

TePe or similar interdental brushes are a cheap and quick way to remove … TePe or similar interdental brushes are a cheap and quick way to remove food from between the teeth.



Not the back teeth. This is better than tepe brushes which are rubbish. Pixters are far far better than the awful tepe brushes

cyclops

Ive never flossed in my life because i dont have time (too lazy) and … Ive never flossed in my life because i dont have time (too lazy) and after reading the reviews its a no brainer,Thanks OP



Dar quicker and better than flossing

I bought one last year in the sales for £40 from boots and to be honest am disappointed with it. As other posters have mentioned it is in no way a substitute for flossing. Yes it does help especially if you have big enough gaps between your teeth but after using it for a few months I've realised it doesn't really do much and I'm having to resort to flossing to get a proper clean in between the teeth.

If you are short of time or just can't be bothered flossing then maybe this will be of some use but remember this is no quick fix....flossing is much better.

royals

Not the back teeth. This is better than tepe brushes which are rubbish. … Not the back teeth. This is better than tepe brushes which are rubbish. Pixters are far far better than the awful tepe brushes


Well just as with many things in life, different strokes for different folks. I can reach all my teeth with a TePe brush. It helps to bend the bristles about 30 degrees to the handle. If that is done once, a single brush lasts me a month before breaking and costs less than 30p if bought in bulk.

Thanks OP, my dentist told me to get one months ago, this now makes it affordable so have ordered!
Funnily enough, at the appointment he told me they only cost £50!

Back to 74.99 now.

DealJourno

My panasonic one cost a bit more but very happy with it.


My C3 Picasso cost a lot more and I am very happy with it.

jdbigguy

My C3 Picasso cost a lot more and I am very happy with it.



The Panasonic is better at cleaning teeth than the Picasso
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