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Panasonic EW1211 Rechargeable Oral Irrigator £33.95 delivered @ Magic Vision
Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
Best price I've seen for this Panasonic EW1211 Rechargeable Oral Irrigator - £33.95 delivered Great if you want to improve oral health and useful for anyone with braces. Water… Read more

Lidl do their rebadged version... £19.99 when available.


Bought one of these back in 2013 and it's still going strong. The battery don't last as long as it used to but this is expected since I've been using it everyday for 6 years.


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I've got one and I think it's great. Better design and build than WaterPik. Excellent price. Good find!

Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100 Electric Toothbrush and Philips AirFloss Pro Power Flosser - £119.99 @ Amazon
Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Removes up to 7x more plaque than a manual toothbrush Pressure sensor alerts you when are brushing too hard Air Floss Pro is the quick and easy way to clean in between teeth Remove… Read more

£99 from Argos


What do you guys think of the flosser?


You can usually pick up the flossed cheap at Philips themselves and usually have vouchers going think I paid about £30 for black one


Might be tempted as wanted a flosser plus dont forget to get your £10 amazon voucher with orders over £100 at vouchercode

Philips Sonicare AirFloss £20 @ Tesco Seacroft Extra Leeds
Posted 21st AprPosted 21st AprLocalLocal
few left shelf’s

They are also prone to breaking down.


Be warned, not particularly effective and Pluckers are probably much better and cheaper. Plus another device to keep charged. Good price though.


I’ll be honest I didn’t buy one so can share bar code. Sorry




How does this work if you have closed teeth?


Heard these manual ones don't have enough pressure so are a waste of time.?


I bought a cheap one as a starter, to get myself used to using it before spending big money on a better one. I'm still using the £15 one and will probably replace like for like when it dies. It does a better job than I do manually flossing, doesn't hack my mouth up, and didn't break the bank. I have no idea why you'd spend 4 times the price to be honest.


Love mine, recommended but not this one. $20 from gearbest (I know). Last visit no scale or polish required so has virtually paid for itself. 200ml reservoir + multiple heads. Much easier than string flossing, no slicing your gums to death.


Got one in Lidl for £19.99. Really like it & so much easier than flossing.


Much cheaper instore at Costco, you can get the double pack of the Ultra corded unit and the travel cordless unit for the same price as this.

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Waterpik WP-662UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser £49.99 @ Amazon Delivered
Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Our most advanced electric Water Flosser, with a compact and contemporary design Utilises a combination of water pressure and pulsations cleans deep between teeth and below the gu… Read more

You can mix water with mouth wash for extra freshness! :)



Can I stick tablets/ liquids in this? If so what would you recommend.


Great item but The tank on the water pick is a great idea but you still have top it up every time with warm water so not so great otherwise it’s not nice on the teeth + you still have to manual floss


I bought a water flosser a few months ago, makes a big difference but I only use it once a week. I could not afford this one at the time as it's concidered one of the best so it's good value.

Philips Sonicare AirFloss £32 @ Tesco
Posted 31st MarPosted 31st MarLocalLocal
Found instore in Redditch Tesco Extra 3 left on the shelf as I picked one up myself and it was good timing as my trusty Waterpik failed on me last week
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same for me, died after a year. Got waterpik but after 1 year battery got too weak(i prefer the strong jet). Currently have panasonic, but it has a tiny water reservoir/tank.


this is normal and expected for first few days of use. If the bleeding does not stop after few days you should see a dentist.


You need to use both. I tend to use this first to get rid of the big debris in between the teeth and the gum line. Flossing is then a lot simpler. Just one or two swipes up both sides of each tooth. I then gargle with water. My final step is to brush using toothpaste with my Oral B automatic. I also use a tongue scraper. You should then spit out as much toothpaste as possible but not rinse with water. This would leave a thin layer of toothpaste which would help to strengthen your teeth. There is no need to use mouthwash as the fluoridation is less than toothpaste. I would rather brush as the final step to get rid of the plaque. Flossing as the final step doesn't feel quite right as it only dislodges plaque and does not wash it away. It may seem like a lot of work but you only have one set of teeth.


Are these better than your general floss string?


Great product. Saved me £££s over not having to buy TePe interdental brushes. I've used mine for 2 years and it is still working and looking like new. I make sure to rinse it after use, fling the reservoir dry and leave the reservoir cover open. I think this prevents mould forming and blockages. Also I've not had to replace the head as I found it doesn't deteriorate with use. I disconnect it and place it into a UV steriliser every 2 weeks to get rid of any smells.

Panasonic Oral Teeth Gum Irrigator Dental Water Flosser Cleaner Cordless EWDJ10 £22.99 delivery - ebay goto7dayshop
Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
Panasonic Oral Teeth Gum Irrigator Dental Water Flosser Cleaner Cordless EWDJ10 £22.99 delivery - ebay goto7dayshop
£22.99£33.9932%eBay Deals
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can someone tell me what these do and why I should get one.




Never knew these things existed! There's a few rechargeable products that do the same thing on Amazon for £20-25 Eg - amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CTPMPKX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_skhFCbD62NAC4 £22 with promo voucher


Thanks bought


I’ve had one of these for a few years. A ‘must have’ for anyone who likes their teeth! From memory I paid about £50 for mine

Panasonic Water Flosser for teeth Cordless Travel EW-DJ10 Oral Irrigator Battery Operated £26.77 @ Amazon
Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
Panasonic Water Flosser for teeth Cordless Travel EW-DJ10 Oral Irrigator Battery Operated £26.77 @ Amazon
£26.77£54.9951%Amazon Deals
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Thanks for the link Y12


The one on eBay is the same model at £22.99 and it's from 7 day shop , a reputable supplier. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-Oral-Teeth-Gum-Irrigator-Dental-Water-Flosser-Cleaner-Cordless-EWDJ10/392186311312?epid=2255466528&hash=item5b50203290:g:s2AAAOSwPXFcBlCk:rk:7:pf:0 Posting at the same time marlo -1 (y)


Exactly the same (model EWDJ10)


£22.99 ON EBAY

Philips Sonicare Airfloss Pink £19.99 instore @ Superdrug
Posted 11th FebPosted 11th FebLocalLocal
Philips Sonicare Airfloss Pink £19.99 instore @ Superdrug
£19.99£24.9920%Superdrug Deals
Brilliant price for the pink one instore at Superdrug. Blue one still £79.99 and £79.99 in Boots Found in Weymouth store

Which store is still available?


Sadly I am same. Chronic upper row gum disease since my eldest son was born. Waterpik is by far the best and has slowed down my gum disease. Waiting on full upper implants, (eek), and pre-care also advised to get a waterpik flosser. They are by far the best and I've tried quite a few.


Finally a vibrator thats not over 50 quid. Have some heat


I'm not saying it's the reason I bought it but did you read the recent medical research that suggested that dementia might be linked to poor oral hygiene in later life? Something to do with the bacteria that cause gum disease having a short migratory pathway to your brain? When you've reached your sixties, as I have, if a two minute squirt with the power flosser wards off becoming a cabbage, I'm definitely up for it!


I just bought one too, didn't want to pay to much for one. Wasn't sure it was going to work but absolutely love it. Even got my husband to have a go. I find it hard with interdental brushes sometimes so worth a try.

Waterpik WP-662UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser - Black Edition at Amazon £49.99
Posted 13th JanPosted 13th Jan
Waterpik WP-662UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser - Black Edition at Amazon £49.99
£49.99£8944%Amazon Deals
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Yeah, but quite a lot splashes back off the teeth. Difficult to contain it all if you've got teeth that are tight together


But as flossing and interdental brushes remove debris too, what is the point of this device?


The problem is that bacteria are clever little buggers and stick to the surface of your teeth like sh*t to a blanket, so have to be removed mechanically (brush or floss). If this wasn’t the case you’d be able to clean your teeth simply by swilling some mouthwash round it. Waterpiks are more like a jetwash to remove bits of solid debrise from between teeth so the bacteria can’t breed on it.


My dentist advised still manual floss as teeth are very tight against each other :)


Does flossing fulfil the same role as this machine then or are you saying it's beneficial to do use both floss and one of these? Thanks in advance.

Philips Sonicare AirFloss Pink HX8432/12 £64.15 All Beauty
Posted 7th JanPosted 7th Jan
Philips Sonicare AirFloss Pink HX8432/12 £64.15 All Beauty
£64.15£74.9914%All Beauty Deals
Philips, Sonicare For those who don’t floss consistently, AirFloss Pro flosser is the easiest way to effectively clean between teeth. AirFloss Pro can be used with mouthwash or wa… Read more
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Try Panasonic's cordless "Water Flosser". £30. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-Flosser-Cordless-Irrigator-Operated/dp/B002NKLWES/ref=sr_1_5_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1546874739&sr=8-5&keywords=oral+irrigator+panasonic Collapsible travel-friendly tank design. Larger tank than the Philips. 2 power levels. Has proven itself to be a bit of a workhorse. I've had it close to 10 years and it's still going strong. Used with rechargeable AA's, if you ever get caught short, nick the batteries from the hotel TV's remote and away you go. Replacement tips sold in twos for about £5.


Had two of these from John Lewis previous, they both broke within 4 months of use. Poorly designed.


These are actually quite annoying. I used it all the time to start with but the reservoir is so small you have to fill it up each time. I was using mouth wash rather than water so it became quite a fiddly ordeal. I still try to use it because the dentist chastises me for not doing so but it’s quite an annoying gizmo. Finally, I’m reasonably confident that this regularly drops as low as £25/30 on Amazon.


£55.90 @ Philips 14% code https://www.vouchercodes.co.uk/out/offer/5647308/c6ffbc676c00e0e6c8827a5ec2b0a055279dfeab/?ps=1&pageViewID=15468462432969395057106015c330023b8c46699271&wotst=similaroff1218_scroll&mi=shop.philips.co.uk&ppc=r-x-mdhegkxxstkttjkastrfnalywfgmnwmfgykzurwmyqgdhs&tl=code-reveal&opi=mpx&inv=online&pl=desktop&ss=merchant&pn=/shop.philips.co.uk

Waterpik WP-660UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser - White Edition (UK 2-Pin Bathroom Plug) Amazon deal of the day £49.99
Posted 6th JanPosted 6th Jan
Waterpik Ultra Professional Water Flosser Our Most Advanced Water Flosser Ever Featuring a compact and contemporary design, the Ultra Professional includes a Water on/off switch … Read more
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Expired. Deal of the day yesterday.


That's something else I don't need but have ended up buying! (y)


I got a portable philips one pf these that I havent used for years as the power of the thing was laughably bad (clean your teeth better if you just swilled your mouth with water etc) how does this compare? Near the same level as what the dentist uses?


I have one, need to use it more often. My only concern would be about mould/fungus growing in the flosser with the damp water that remains in the flosser and then you are spraying in between your teeth the fungus. My white handle has bit of black grime on it on the outside, god knows whats on the inside!


I bought this in September, it went wrong by October and they sent me a new one immediately. So far so good. I haven't charged it since end November, and I use daily, unfailingly. I use 2-3 tanks of water to get a really good clean. It's directional, no longer do I gnaw the knuckle on my forefinger as with tape flossing, I don't need to see the filth first hand, and it's really really quick. Without being graphic, gone are the days of that rogue piece of meat that rots in between your teeth, and if your teeth are close together, like mine, you will never ever have a fight with that piece of floss that gets jammed in the back and you are literally slicing your finger to grip and release it. I start at the top back row of my teeth, follow the pattern of my teeth on the outside (ie up down up down), then do the inside and repeat for the bottom. Hands down one of the best purchases I made last year. I actually wanted a Waterpik but the price at the time was prohibitive, so I settled on the one I purchased. Great customer service should be a big consideration as waterflossers appear to be susceptible to failure because of the constant vibrations. This is a great price. If you're on the fence re water flossing, you won't be disappointed.

Philips Sonicare White AirFloss Pro Power Flosser & Mouthwash - 3rd Gen - £41.00 Student Prime / £45.56 Prime & Non-Prime @ Amazon
Posted 12th Dec 2018Posted 12th Dec 2018
Philips Sonicare White AirFloss Pro Power Flosser & Mouthwash - 3rd Gen - £41.00 Student Prime / £45.56 Prime & Non-Prime @ Amazon
£45.56£10054%Amazon Deals
Seems to be cheapest I’ve seen in a while for the Pro version. At this price it is cheaper than the standard version. Includes the spare nozzle and mouthwash. £41 for Student Pri… Read more

Just another gimmick to waste your money. This cannot replace flossing. I have one and speak from experience.


What's the difference between the standard and pro version? I've had my standard version for over a year now and still going strong, I feel it works great, getting to parts of the mouth a toothbrush cannot reach


Yep, agree with the other poster. Never works. Even after a full charge, you switch it on - doesn't work. Put it back on the charger briefly. Now switch it on, it works. Notoriously unreliable. I went back to floss sticks (like tebe, but the ones from home bargains), it is easier, quicker, does a better job and less messy!!


You might want to also consider Panasonic's Water Flosser Cordless Travel EW-DJ10 - @ £25 from Shavers UK. Works extremely well and doesn't complain when used with rechargeable AA batteries to keep running costs low. If ever you get caught out, pop in a couple of disposable batteries and away you go. Inexpensive replacement tips and easy to take apart when you want to thoroughly clean out. I've had it for close to a decade and it's still going strong.


If you are considering buying this you need to know it doesn't remove the need to floss manually. They are also hopelessly unreliable.

morpilot Water Flosser for Teeth £19.99 (Prime) / £24.48 (non Prime) Sold by MatrixSight and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 12th Dec 2018Posted 12th Dec 2018
morpilot Water Flosser for Teeth,Dental Floss with 4 Jet Nozzles and 200ml Reservoir,IPX7 Waterproof USB Rechargeable 3 Water Pressure and FDA approved.

Did anyone here buy this particular one from amazon? I’m looking at getting it now at full price, even though the deal has expired. Thanks in advance


If that’s the case, I am afraid you will have to refund me.


Mines different to this one so don’t quote me if it’s rubbish


Expired :(


I use this and it's fine. Took a week to get use to not accidentally pressing the buttons at the wrong time

Panasonic EW1211 Rechargeable Oral Irrigator RRP £70 - £39.99 with free delivery @ Shavers
Posted 9th Dec 2018Posted 9th Dec 2018
Panasonic EW1211 Rechargeable Oral Irrigator RRP £70 - £39.99 with free delivery @ Shavers
Topcashback 5.5% Water Tank in The Palm of your Hand - The ergonomically formed handle, also serving as an easy-to-fill water tank, is practical. It means you always have everyt… Read more
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we have this and its great altough does use up the water reservoir quite quickly

Waterpik Cordless Plus Water Flosser £40 with a free 5 spend and free delivery @ Superdrug
Posted 9th Dec 2018Posted 9th Dec 2018
Waterpik Cordless Plus Water Flosser £40 with a free 5 spend and free delivery @ Superdrug
£40£54.9927%Superdrug Deals
Ordered from superdrug online. A good deal at 44.99. Spend 50 at Superdrug and save 10 pounds so get this for 40 along with 5 pounds worth of toiletries and free delivery!

Just found it messy in general with the different attachments and we took it back to Costco they said a lot had been returned. The dentist also told my husband they were a waste of money last time he went which swayed us in to sending it back also


Did you use it with your mouth open? I have no problems at all, even with the cheaper Amazon brand.


Doesn't hack it for someone with gum disease. I have had serious gum disease since my eldest child born. I am a non smoker and had worn away enamel over brushing. Have had to get some implants due to tooth loss from gum disease. I was told to get one by my dentist before the implants and now use a Waterpik daily. Has really helped keeping my teeth, implants and gum line in better health. :D


OOS now :(


I had a waterpik but now have a Panasonic which I prefer. But both are effective. Waterpik was harderd to clean

Waterpik WP-662UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser - £47.99 @ Amazon
Posted 25th Nov 2018Posted 25th Nov 2018
Waterpik WP-662UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser - £47.99 @ Amazon
£47.99£74.9936%Amazon Deals
It is one of the Amazon's "deal of the day". If you want to do some research the models WP-660, WP-662, WP-663 are exactly the same product, just different colour. Deal just on the… Read more
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Had this but stopped working within 1 week and I didnt have a plug in the bathroom as didnt realise it needed to be connected to a power point so will get a chargeable one next time


Showing £68.45 for me.


Why do I need to floss my water?


I got my flosser for £8.99 pounds and it’s pretty good to be fair

Waterpik WP-660UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser @ Amazon - £47.99
Posted 23rd Nov 2018Posted 23rd Nov 2018
Waterpik WP-660UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser @ Amazon - £47.99
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Hot for me, just looking for a new one. I use mine in the kitchen with an extension lead. My dentist told me recently that this is better than flossing with floss. I always add a top full of non-alcohol mouthwash to the water to get a bit extra clean too.


Yes definitely worth it


Good idea not sure the 17yr old may be up for it but worth a shot (y)


I don't have such problem. As long as you use it every day, the inside is washed with clean water.


what about using it in the kitchen? Anyone know about the long term effects especially as water remains in the waterpik even after trying to empty it so there is risk of FUNGAL growth in the waterpik due to stagnant water left in???

morpilot Water Flosser - £25.48 Sold by MatrixSight and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)
Posted 2nd Nov 2018Posted 2nd Nov 2018
morpilot Water Flosser - £25.48 Sold by MatrixSight and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)
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On lightning deal offer ends today. Specifications Input Voltage Range: AC 110-240V/50-60Hz Modes:Normal , Soft , and Pulse Water T… Read more
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Waterpik WP-660UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser; Deal of the Day £49.49 @ Amazon
Posted 24th Aug 2018Posted 24th Aug 2018
Waterpik WP-660UK Ultra Professional Water Flosser; Deal of the Day £49.49 @ Amazon
I've had a CamelCamelCamel alert on this Waterpik for a while now because they're usually so damn expensive. Today I woke to see that the alert had finally been triggered because i… Read more

tell her you don't like kissing her stinking mouth and it's for her.


I haven't bought mine yet. Bought a phone on the weekend and the other half isn't pleased with me spending ANOTHER £50 haha.


Thanks - bought one. Appreciated.


Changed my waterpik for a Panasonic which I prefer - easier to clean.


I have seen these much cheaper ones. However the reviews seem consistently better with Waterpik branded flossers. Again, I have never actually used any of these flossers myself so am just going off what I have heard.

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