Philips Sonicare AirFloss Rechargeable Power Flosser £29.99 @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Philips Sonicare AirFloss Rechargeable Power Flosser £29.99 @ Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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Found 11th Jul 2016
Fast - cleans between all the teeth in just 30 seconds
Effective - removes up to 99% more plaque and debris than manual brushing alone
Gentle - clean and massage along the gum lines and between the teeth
Powerful yet safe - high speed water droplets powerfully but gently clean deep between teeth
Safe to use with dental restorative materials
This comes with 2 pin plug only

cheapest it's been according to camel, and looks to be cheapest it's been on hukd? deal of the day so just active for 24 hours
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£29.99 price doesn't seem to have been registered yet
It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.

Seriously?

Stuntgut

It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.


repouk

Seriously?



To be fair it is double the price if you haven't paid your Amazon tax.
Bargain. I use one already
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Stuntgut

It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.



​By that logic you vote cold on any deal not accessible to you personally?
This would include store specific ones not near you or membership based ones such as Costco!?
ordered another for my mum
thanks op
as an alternative try TEPE interdental brushes.
much more effective and also MUCH cheaper.
pedant99

as an alternative try TEPE interdental brushes.much more effective and … as an alternative try TEPE interdental brushes.much more effective and also MUCH cheaper.


I agree these are much better
dental-directory.co.uk/pro…440
Stuntgut

It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.


Very interesting.
pedant99

as an alternative try TEPE interdental brushes.much more effective and … as an alternative try TEPE interdental brushes.much more effective and also MUCH cheaper.


They look painful!!
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Stuntgut

It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.



​I've been using amazon for years, but only recently made a second amazon account for the audible deal.

I get that this deal is slightly exclusive, but if you actually wanted this product, it's very easy to make another account and get free Prime trial for a month. You'd be saving £30 off the usual price for a 1 minute job.
thanks, ordered
Brilliant coming up at 26.99 for me. Maybe my student discount as well.
duckative

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​also 29.99 on ebay from China
signed up for free trial and ordered...bargain
Hot! Applied the £10 Audible credit and NUS discount!
Stuntgut

It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.



It is for teeth only. Voted cold as do not have teeth.
Banned
Stuntgut

It is prime only. Voted cold as do not have prime.



​hahaha so funny.
Banned
never seen these
I used to have interdental brushes and then I bought this. For me, there is no going back. I find it easy to use in a way the brushes were not and it makes me do it a lot more often than I used to. I got mine in the amazon warehouse a while back (it was new though) and it was more expensive than the £30. For this price I am tempted to buy another one though I really don't need it.
I have one of these but find it no replacement for interdental brushes and flossing. It just sits unused now and I much prefer doing the job right with small blushes and floss
You could always just get 1 months Prime membership for £7.99, if you can't get 1 month free that is.
Prime doesn't matter squat, I get free prime + 35% off all purchases
sheesh I cant add it to my wish list!
Thanks OP used NUS to get it down to £26.99 - can't see Prime Day being any cheaper tomorrow
I really wanted this but every other review says it stops working after a few months. Seems like it is poorly made
billy bronco

I agree these are much … I agree these are much betterhttps://www.dental-directory.co.uk/product/PAT440



Its not a replacement for flossing. If you have a good flossing routine don't bother with this. For those of us that don't have a good flossing routine, its better then nothing.

My wife has tightly packed teeth which makes flossing difficult for her (sometimes cuts gums while getting floss/brush in). I have a couple of slightly large gaps for which this is excellent. We have floss in the bathroom, bedside tables, living room but still don't manage to floss daily

I grabbed this during the Tesco offer a few months ago. For whatever reason, we've managed to use this daily after brushing, so its been worth it.
Edited by: "Mentos" 11th Jul 2016
neinneinnein

I really wanted this but every other review says it stops working after a … I really wanted this but every other review says it stops working after a few months. Seems like it is poorly made



Our first one stopped working after a few weeks. They emailed a free post label and swapped it over in a few days with minimal hassle. The second one has been fine for several months.
LOVEHOTUK

I think this better has butter reviews … I think this better has butter reviews http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/waterpik-wp660-ultra-professional-water-flosser-for-49-58-amazon-2478110in Amazon.com 4.5 star, 4,944 customer reviews https://www.amazon.com/Waterpik-Aquarius-Water-Flosser-WP-660/dp/B00HFQQ0VU/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1468229724&sr=1-1&keywords=waterpik



The Waterpik is enormous and very noisy. Not for everyone.
Slot of comments that miss the point here, yes flossing thoroughly is better than this product. But as any dentist will tell you not enough people floss, despite getting told to every time they go to the dentist. I'm one of those people, i find floss super uncomfortable and i just can't get into the habit.

This however is dead easy to use, takes seconds to do and really helps clean between teeth, especially when used with mouthwash.

I have had mine over a year with no problems, not all of them break.
meglaman2000

The Waterpik is enormous and very noisy. Not for everyone.



Also looked at the water pick. Problem is it needs a spare shaver socket in the bathroom which many people may not have

I would be interested in hearing any comparisons between the Airflows and the cordless water pick if anyone has used both
Forgot to mention, its also excellent for partially impacted wisdom teeth. Something flossing and brushing can't deal with. A few squirts in the gaps and it cleans them out without irritating the gums around the wisdom teeth.
Had a couple of these because the failure rate is high.
Some just stop working, some the plastic just breaks if you use it with a little too much pressure (ie like a normal toothbrush)

Philip and Boots returned and replaced with no issue over the last 2 years

There are lots of reviews saying the same but Philips have not redesigned the product or seemingly made any improvements. Poorly designed and manufactured product.


cityslicker

Had a couple of these because the failure rate is high. Some just stop … Had a couple of these because the failure rate is high. Some just stop working, some the plastic just breaks if you use it with a little too much pressure (ie like a normal toothbrush)Philip and Boots returned and replaced with no issue over the last 2 yearsThere are lots of reviews saying the same but Philips have not redesigned the product or seemingly made any improvements. Poorly designed and manufactured product.



You shouldn't apply any pressure. It just needs placing in-between your teeth.
LOVEHOTUK

I think this better has butter reviews



From what I've read the waterpik is a bit better but the airfloss is far more convenient to use. And lets face it, if we weren't lazy - we'd just floss properly anyway!
i use mine twice a day. easy and quick. my dentist says better than before. yes she nags me to floss. but I always gave up on flossing. this I haven't. HOT HOT HOT
Yeah I just bought this and got it with student discount
I was looking at it last month and I was going to purchase it at £40
targetbsp

From what I've read the waterpik is a bit better but the airfloss is far … From what I've read the waterpik is a bit better but the airfloss is far more convenient to use. And lets face it, if we weren't lazy - we'd just floss properly anyway!



I've also read the waterpik is better but not as convenient to use.

The cordless waterpik is not much more:

boots.com/en/…uty

But unsure if its as effective as the larger corded waterpiks.
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