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Philips Sonicare White AirFloss Pro Power Flosser & Mouthwash - 3rd Generation now £39.99 delivered at Amazon
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Philips Sonicare White AirFloss Pro Power Flosser & Mouthwash - 3rd Generation now £39.99 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 2nd Sep 2019

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  • AirFloss Pro is the quick and easy way to floss
  • Removes up to 99.9% of plaque*
  • Cleaning your whole mouth takes just 60 seconds
  • Helps prevent cavities between the teeth giving you healthier gums in just 2 weeks**
  • Two weeks battery life on a full charge. Lithium ion battery type
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Useless object. Be aware that this won't replace reaguar flossing.

Goood price if you have cash to waste.
Go for the Panasonic one, £10 cheaper, user replaceable batteries, constant stream (rather than a "blast") much better product.
Owned this* for a few year - very useful for me (others obviously might and do have other opinions). My dentist is not disappointed I use this, but then again he is open to 'new' tech and does not see it as a replacement for him. Replaced my floss, not my dentist. Price wise, bought it for the same price as this a few years ago. Heat for deal and product.

*This model to be precise:
Philips Sonicare AirFloss HX8211/02 Rechargeable Power Flosser amazon.co.uk/dp/…Djm
Edited by: "sarb_singh1980" 2nd Sep 2019
Just a warning from personal experience,

Owned one of these for 2 years, went through 4 handles. Philips warranty and customer service is quite good and they replace them quickly, but the flosser breaks eventually every single time. Warranty is out now and my 4th handle is on its way out. (clicking noises from the pump)

I bought the Panasonic model mentioned above, but the rechargeable version. Happy with that so far.

Your milage may vary.
ryonoti02/09/2019 18:20

Just a warning from personal experience,Owned one of these for 2 years, …Just a warning from personal experience,Owned one of these for 2 years, went through 4 handles. Philips warranty and customer service is quite good and they replace them quickly, but the flosser breaks eventually every single time. Warranty is out now and my 4th handle is on its way out. (clicking noises from the pump)I bought the Panasonic model mentioned above, but the rechargeable version. Happy with that so far.Your milage may vary.


is the battery pack removable on the rechargeable model?
This is great flosser, if you’ve got any cavities in between teeth,this is much better than water stream,as I found for myself blast is much stronger.
Krooner02/09/2019 19:18

is the battery pack removable on the rechargeable model?


No the battery is not removable.
Had one of these for 6 months, loads better than the Panasonic flosser (Paid £60 for it) - it just fills your mouth with water! - and lots of it!
I have used both this and the Panasonic. Didn't get on with the Panasonic at all. Far too much water involved with it and kept making a mess.
I had 1 on last amazon offer. Used it 2 months and it stopped taking charge. Rang and they sent me replacement which also died after couple of months. They come with 2 pin connector and I used a travel adapter to fit to my normal 3 pin socket.
Whilst these are very good, they break all the damn time! But they're easy to get replaced under warranty. Just consider that you're basically buying it for the duration of the warranty and you'll be lucky to have whatever number warranty replacement you're on at that time last much passed the warranty expiry!!

They're much more convenient to use than the water based ones. Even more so if you're as lazy as me and get the automatic refilling station.

And while no-one can really argue this is as good as real flossing, I can only be bothered to properly floss a couple of times a week. But I use this after every meal I eat at home.
targetbsp15/09/2019 14:03

Whilst these are very good, they break all the damn time! But they're …Whilst these are very good, they break all the damn time! But they're easy to get replaced under warranty. Just consider that you're basically buying it for the duration of the warranty and you'll be lucky to have whatever number warranty replacement you're on at that time last much passed the warranty expiry!!They're much more convenient to use than the water based ones. Even more so if you're as lazy as me and get the automatic refilling station. And while no-one can really argue this is as good as real flossing, I can only be bothered to properly floss a couple of times a week. But I use this after every meal I eat at home.


I'm on my 3rd one since January 2019, but as you say they have been replaced every time under warranty
bad reviews
How much more benificial is this compared to putting the jet setting on my shower head and spraying my teeth with that?
Krooner02/09/2019 13:56

Go for the Panasonic one, £10 cheaper, user replaceable batteries, …Go for the Panasonic one, £10 cheaper, user replaceable batteries, constant stream (rather than a "blast") much better product.


This one is a bit different. The Sonicare one is meant as an interdental cleaner used before brushing. The Pabasonic one is meant for use after brushing to get those extra bits that remain on the surface
internetbrowser16/09/2019 10:23

This one is a bit different. The Sonicare one is meant as an interdental …This one is a bit different. The Sonicare one is meant as an interdental cleaner used before brushing. The Pabasonic one is meant for use after brushing to get those extra bits that remain on the surface


I'm not sure that matters. You can use them how you want/need. They're both water flossers. And this one is a bit pants.
I've got both. I use the panasonic every day and it does a good job for me. The sonicare is gathering dust - no likee.
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