Philips Sonicare Electric Airfloss System £35 @ John lewis - free c&c
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Philips Sonicare Electric Airfloss System £35 @ John lewis - free c&c

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Found 16th Mar 2016
Back in stock at John Lewis - Philips Sonicare HX8211/02 Electric Airfloss System. And of course 2 year guarantee included!!
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Fantastic, never had an issue with mine buuuuuuuut don't count on it flossing anywhere near as good as actual floss, I use this as a follow up after flossing or when I'm too lazy.
but it's better then not flossing at all right?
but it's better then not flossing at all right?
EuroPear

Fantastic, never had an issue with mine buuuuuuuut don't count on it … Fantastic, never had an issue with mine buuuuuuuut don't count on it flossing anywhere near as good as actual floss, I use this as a follow up after flossing or when I'm too lazy.



​so what's the point? just use floss
EuroPear

Fantastic, never had an issue with mine buuuuuuuut don't count on it … Fantastic, never had an issue with mine buuuuuuuut don't count on it flossing anywhere near as good as actual floss, I use this as a follow up after flossing or when I'm too lazy.



​I say it's better than flossing but I use mine after the excellent pixsters. Pixsters are a miles better version of teepee sticks
I have one of these as I really dont get on with flossing. Its just way too awkward for me. These really do work. Whether they are better than flossing I don't know but its good for me. Fair amount of blood for the first week you use it but then your mouth gets used to it and everything goes back to normal. I got this in November, and had a dental check up last week and got told everything was totally fine so it must be working.

Fill it up with mouthwash as well instead of water, and you are on to a winner.
Thanks ordered. Heat.
Qu - if u add mouthwash....couldn't u swallow it?
This or this ............................

Edited by: "flashjmp" 17th Mar 2016
The one I use:
Panasonic EW1211W Dental Care Cordless Rechargeable Oral Irrigator amazon.co.uk/dp/…YE4
Someone asked if they are good enough to replace flossing the answer is NO.
You still need to floss and Tepe or Pikster as well.
The Tepe disclosure tablets are well worth the investment of a few pounds. & show up the importance of flossing etc
These are also good:
Braun Oral-B IP17-2 Interspace Replacement Rechargeable Toothbrush Head (Pack of 2) amazon.co.uk/dp/…K1G

Oral-B Ultra Floss 25m x 6 Packs amazon.co.uk/dp/…88Q

s.aliexpress.com/Yvq…qyI
20PCS For Braun Oral B Electric Tooth brush Heads Replacement Vitality Precision

s.aliexpress.com/3Uf…6rA
NEW 50pcs Dental Disposable PP Interdental Brush Tooth Pick Brush Dental Flossers Health Care with Retail Package

PIKSTERS - for cleaning between teeth-Size 0 (GREY)- 40Pk amazon.co.uk/dp/…BB5

and if you want to really splash out- Denplan





Edited by: "deany76" 17th Mar 2016
kristianity77

Fill it up with mouthwash as well instead of water, and you are on to a … Fill it up with mouthwash as well instead of water, and you are on to a winner.



But do make sure it's a mouthwash with no alcohol in it (as the alcohol would 'melt' the plastic components of the Sonicare).

Colgate do a "Total Pro Gum Health" mouthwash that says "Alcohol Free" at the top of the label and "This formula does not contain ethanol" on the side.
I dont tend to put mouth wash in my irrigator. I can see the possible benefits and good tip to use alcohol free.
One thing though for new users: use warm water as jet washing your teeth with cold water can be painful.
Edited by: "deany76" 17th Mar 2016
One more tip - I have one of these and a Braun Oral-B electric toothbrush, and use the Phillips charger to charge both (I just alternate them every few days) so I only need a single shaver socket and have less clutter on the shelf over the sink (and less to carry when travelling). The Sonicare won't fit on the Braun charger though.
Pointles these, nowhere near as good as the likes of tepe brushes
lukemack

Pointles these, nowhere near as good as the likes of tepe brushes


I use Tepe brushes, however the gap between some of my teeth is too small for even the smallest size, so I bought a Sonicare to take care of those. But it's so quick and effective that after I've brushed normally and then used Tepe brushes where I can, I then do everything with the Sonicare (which takes less than a minute).
Edited by: "steve252" 17th Mar 2016
Damnit - out of stock!

I've wanted to buy one of these for a while.. I guess I'll just wait and see if it comes back, or order it at a higher price from somewhere else.
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npo

Damnit - out of stock!I've wanted to buy one of these for a while.. I … Damnit - out of stock!I've wanted to buy one of these for a while.. I guess I'll just wait and see if it comes back, or order it at a higher price from somewhere else.



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Savvy1

but it's better then not flossing at all right?



​Yes
npo

Damnit - out of stock!I've wanted to buy one of these for a while.. I … Damnit - out of stock!I've wanted to buy one of these for a while.. I guess I'll just wait and see if it comes back, or order it at a higher price from somewhere else.



​I got mine on an Amazon deal for £29.99 but haven't seen at this price since. This is a very good price so just buy it.
Coffee100

Thanks ordered. Heat. Qu - if u add mouthwash....couldn't u swallow it?


Yes you could... If your under 5
I don't know anyone who actually flosses......and I've never done it and never had an issue at the dentist. I did however get one of these a month or so back and it does make your mouth feel cleaner, it may or may not be better than actually faffing about flossing but for me it's got to be better than not doing it at all so I'm happy. I would say though that flossing would come a very distant second to brushing properly and having a decent toothbrush.
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MitchellT

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Out of stock, but still advertised at the same price, could be worth clicking on the "Email me when available" link if you want one.
steve252

Out of stock, but still advertised at the same price, could be worth … Out of stock, but still advertised at the same price, could be worth clicking on the "Email me when available" link if you want one.



thanks, I have done, deal should still be expired though
djames108

I don't know anyone who actually flosses......and I've never done it and … I don't know anyone who actually flosses......and I've never done it and never had an issue at the dentist. I did however get one of these a month or so back and it does make your mouth feel cleaner, it may or may not be better than actually faffing about flossing but for me it's got to be better than not doing it at all so I'm happy. I would say though that flossing would come a very distant second to brushing properly and having a decent toothbrush.



Depends if your teeth have pockets between, many people don't, many do. The pockets collect food debris. I brush religiously with a Sonicare diamond twice daily and still find specks of food after when flossing.
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