Waterpik WP120UK Ultra Water Flosser £39.99 @ Amazon
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Waterpik WP120UK Ultra Water Flosser £39.99 @ Amazon

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Found 16th Oct 2014
Want to be able to clean between your teeth without having to faff around with floss? A water flosser might be what you are looking for, although it takes a bit of getting used to and it can be a bit messy with water getting all over the place although it's supposed to be good clean fun :).

Online reviews seem to give Waterpik products the edge over the competition and are highly regarded, and this model is the Amazon best seller.

Usually over £50, at £39.99 current price on Amazon (and lowest price by a long way on camelcamelcamel) this seems to be a bargain if this is what you want to buy....

From the manufacturer:

The Waterpik® Ultra Water Flosser features state-of-the-art water flossing technology and provides the ultimate in performance.

It includes ten pressure settings, a contemporary design that is smaller and quieter than previous models, a covered reservoir with in-lid tip storage, and six unique tips. And the Ultra Water Flosser features a two-pin plug for use with a UK shaver socket.

The Waterpik® Water Flosser is clinically proven to be more effective than traditional dental floss and Sonicare® Air Floss for reducing plaque and gingivitis. And it's perfect for anyone with braces or implants, and those with crowns, bridges, and veneers.

26 Comments

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I've got he top spec one. Does the job ! Annoying thing is for mind you need a power plug and an adapter

Looks like Droopy wearing a Stormtrooper helmet.

Just a heads up, Boots have it for the same price.

Xmas gifts sorted then for my gappy teeth friends.

Spikeywikey

Xmas gifts sorted then for my gappy teeth friends.


This isn't for gappies, this is for lack of gappers!!
(Are these even words?)

I have used the fixed powered version Waterpik and the cordless - I much prefer the cordless. It is far easier to use.

i thought id seen it all but now i have...a water flosser...my ****!

This thing looks like a deformed Storm Trooper. That makes it hot in my book!

I use one of these. Recommended and good price

blue-note

I use one of these. Recommended and good price



+1. I use one and they do a fantastic job. I flossed daily so was a bit sceptical on what these things would be like but I was honestly amazed at the job they do. They don't however remove BBQ corn on the cob as I found out this summer. You still need floss for that.

Do they warm the water slightly as I imagine ice cold water of a winter morning wouldn't feel great.

and lowest price by a long way on camelcamelcamel


It was £44 in February, so that's a bit exaggerated.

I wonder if you could use this to clear the wax out of your ears.

cambourne03

I wonder if you could use this to clear the wax out of your ears.


Only if you want to get swimmers ear and go deaf

This or AirFloss?
I don't have any power/shaver sockets in my bathroom

rosstheboss1972

i thought id seen it all but now i have...a water flosser...my ****!


Not been out much then? These have been around for ages.

Amazon price gone back up, Boots are also doing it for £39.99

Whitedot

Looks like Droopy wearing a Stormtrooper helmet.



Spat my drink out when reading this, laughing

cambourne03

I wonder if you could use this to clear the wax out of your ears.



Probably yes - power is adjustable but only water is recommended to be put but clould be warm.

I use this few years. It works well but is not comfortable or portable - in order to use this often it must be dead easy. This is not so - needs power and place to sit.

Price back up to £55.65

Oh these things are supposedly great for getting rid of tonsil stones, if you want to know what they are Youtube it. oO

balexandrov

Probably yes - power is adjustable but only water is recommended to be … Probably yes - power is adjustable but only water is recommended to be put but clould be warm.


I do not recommed it! Powerful jets of water directed down the ear canal = burst ear drum. You can buy a home syringing kit which is manually operated and the syringe has three holes at the end which fire water out sideways - much safer.

Or book into your doctors and get a nurse to do it properly. You shouldn't be really doing anything DIY with your ears. They're very delicate organs.

And to reply to the earlier poster, this doesn't heat up the water. You're advised to put tepid water into the reservoir.

pibpob

I do not recommed it! Powerful jets of water directed down the ear canal … I do not recommed it! Powerful jets of water directed down the ear canal = burst ear drum. You can buy a home syringing kit which is manually operated and the syringe has three holes at the end which fire water out sideways - much safer.

razam

This or AirFloss? I don't have any power/shaver sockets in my bathroom



Neither. I'd recommend the Panasonic EW 1211 over both of those. Better quality over the waterpik products and seems to work better than the Airfloss

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