Philips Sonicare AirFloss Rechargeable Power Flosser with Autofire mode - £39.99 Boots
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Philips Sonicare AirFloss Rechargeable Power Flosser with Autofire mode - £39.99 Boots

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Found 10th Jan 2014
online deal only i think free delivery to your local store this is as cheap as I've ever seen it always wanted one but refused to pay the price even on amazon black Friday deal also you get 500 advantage points too so that's a fiver back on your advantage card!
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Brill

thanks OP just what I have been waiting for. The current prices online and in store are very high for a smart water pistol.

In store aswell offer of the week

Bought one of these for my wife, it's worse than useless and is rotting somewhere in a cupboard as I write this

The battery leaked in mines I gone through two already, when it works it's the best thing to clean between the teeth, better than flossing. Heat added for price.

I think it was what I bought came with the toothbrush in a set. It filled your mouth up with water so quickly..found it no good !! I think it was called a water pik then .....might have been improved??

Had mine for a year and it's brilliant, easy and quick to use- no more dental hygienist!

Seems Amazon has price matched it - although you don't get the bonus points there, so not quite as good.

As with everything that looks too good to be true "hey, I can now save another 135 seconds of my precious and vastly overrated time!" these things, and not just Philips in particular, are said by dentists to be ineffectual compared to proper floss.

Elevation

As with everything that looks too good to be true "hey, I can now save … As with everything that looks too good to be true "hey, I can now save another 135 seconds of my precious and vastly overrated time!" these things, and not just Philips in particular, are said by dentists to be ineffectual compared to proper floss.



Well for me it is a matter of, either I do this or I don't bother.

Thanks op

j2hot

Bought one of these for my wife, it's worse than useless and is rotting … Bought one of these for my wife, it's worse than useless and is rotting somewhere in a cupboard as I write this



I assume you are not talking about your wife with that comment ??

My dentists advised against these as they are crap

Elevation

these things, and not just Philips in particular, are said by dentists to … these things, and not just Philips in particular, are said by dentists to be ineffectual compared to proper floss.



Source ?

My other half is a dental hygienist and they highly recommend them at her practice. Especially if you already have quite a few fillings or crowns as floss can easily snag and cause other damage.

Been using a Waterpik for past 6 months (prior to evening brush) and doesn't half make you mouth feel cleaner.

Edited by: "W1zz" 11th Jan 2014

Funny as my dentist recommended this to me, over other brands too

I was thinking of getting one however the comments that they are useless are putting me off.Trouble with reviews is that they can be confusing and misleading,Help

winty1

Funny as my dentist recommended this to me, over other brands too



I suggest you find yourself a new dentist

Amazing price. Ordered from amazon to replace my faulty panasonic EW1211.

I think most of the negative reviews come from those who purchase in the mindset that its a replacement for flossing.
Edited by: "callum84" 11th Jan 2014

Considering buying this as i'm lazy with flossing, manage to do it around twice a week, i can see me doing this the other days inbetween though.

My dentist recommended this and the waterpik to me too. I've had a waterpik for over a year which I use daily and I've had no plaque buildup whatsoever.

sushi what waterpik would you recommend?
thanks

W1zz

Source ?My other half is a dental hygienist and they highly recommend … Source ?My other half is a dental hygienist and they highly recommend them at her practice. Especially if you already have quite a few fillings or crowns as floss can easily snag and cause other damage.Been using a Waterpik for past 6 months (prior to evening brush) and doesn't half make you mouth feel cleaner.



I needed a few crowns after losing some teeth in a bike accident and the care you have to take when flossing makes it an absolute ball ache. I bought one of these before Christmas and it makes things so much easier.

scoobytawazara

sushi what waterpik would you recommend?thanks


I have this one. I really love it!

Out of stock! Doh!

revelations

Out of stock! Doh!


Amazon still at this price if your quick.

Cheaper and less painful than the dentist

Sushi

I have this one. I really love it!


Thumbs up from me on that also. Just an absolute pain you cant use it in the bathroom.
Edit- Actually I thought that was the WP-100 you posted. Seems the WP-120 uses a 2 pin shaver plug which fixes my only gripe of the previous model.
Edited by: "callum84" 11th Jan 2014

callum84

Thumbs up from me on that also. Just an absolute pain you cant use it in … Thumbs up from me on that also. Just an absolute pain you cant use it in the bathroom.Edit- Actually I thought that was the WP-100 you posted. Seems the WP-120 uses a 2 pin shaver plug which fixes my only gripe of the previous model.


Oh, I thought that was the WP-100 too which is the one I have. Looks like the WP-120 is even better then

can i just buy a waterpik as does it not do the same job?
thanks

bustybargains

Considering buying this as i'm lazy with flossing, manage to do it around … Considering buying this as i'm lazy with flossing, manage to do it around twice a week, i can see me doing this the other days inbetween though.


You might find interdental brushes easier. My dentist recommends dipping them in a mouth wash that contains alcohol. And they last a long time if you're careful not to bend them.

W1zz

Source ?My other half is a dental hygienist and they highly recommend … Source ?My other half is a dental hygienist and they highly recommend them at her practice. Especially if you already have quite a few fillings or crowns as floss can easily snag and cause other damage.Been using a Waterpik for past 6 months (prior to evening brush) and doesn't half make you mouth feel cleaner.



Luckily not Wikif***ingpedia. A dentist, talking about them on a news report about these things. I have a whole dental routine that involves proper flossing, interdentals, brushing, mouthwash, and no silly gimmicks.

Elevation

I have a whole dental routine that involves proper flossing, … I have a whole dental routine that involves proper flossing, interdentals, brushing, mouthwash, and no silly gimmicks.


OK I'll ask you then ;). Mouthwashes containing alcohol or not: any difference?

pibpob

OK I'll ask you then ;). Mouthwashes containing alcohol or not: any … OK I'll ask you then ;). Mouthwashes containing alcohol or not: any difference?



Can only say an ex of mine said her dentist told her the alcohol is actually bad for your teeth.

yes I have heard alcohols bad kills everything .Think your meant to use chlorohexamine I have been told for gum disease anyway.

Elevation

Can only say an ex of mine said her dentist told her the alcohol is … Can only say an ex of mine said her dentist told her the alcohol is actually bad for your teeth.


Well I thought I'd heard it all - but not that one! Was that not about consumption of alcohol, rather than washing your mouth out with it?
scoobytawazara

yes I have heard alcohols bad kills everything .Think your meant to use … yes I have heard alcohols bad kills everything .Think your meant to use chlorohexamine I have been told for gum disease anyway.


I'd have thought that would make it good in this situation! Yes, chlorhexidene for gum disease but not for general dental hygiene.
Edited by: "pibpob" 11th Jan 2014

chlorohexadine sorry

Dental hygienist recommended it and I use it every day as it's so easy and quick and I never could be bothered with flossing before. Since having this have not required cleaning from hygienist again so saves me money too x

pibpob

Well I thought I'd heard it all - but not that one! Was that not about … Well I thought I'd heard it all - but not that one! Was that not about consumption of alcohol, rather than washing your mouth out with it?I'd have thought that would make it good in this situation! Yes, chlorhexidene for gum disease but not for general dental hygiene.



Clearly the art of context was lost on you there...

Yes, it clearly was - please explain.

As a dentist whether its flossing, interdental brushes/sticks or airfloss as long as you get cleaning in between the teeth is what matters and prevent decay and gum disease
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