Portability has finally arrived!
This tool is pretty awesome to say to the least. It has multiple heads so family members can use it, should you allow them too…., but finally I have a portable option for a water pick and I am not chained down to a wall via tubing nor stuck with a large device too large to take on business trips. Seriously, before I found this a water pick and travel would have just been too cumbersome but now it is a possibility. The pressure is maybe 80% of a real unit you would get from the orthodontist which is perfectly fine as 100% on those kits hurt. And the reservoir is precisely what I need for one cleaning.
Hands down I commend you guys for innovating a non-innovative industry, the maker has gone above and beyond therefor warranting 5 stars in my opinion.
Better than other Flosser Works great and effective Must Buy!!!!!!!
Its a great powerful flosser does great job and worth the price.It has good 8 oz water capacity and just to do two refills.It is very easy to clean and the teeth feel very clean and mouth feels very refreshing.The flosser is amazing and removes even small particles from the teeth the flosser is very powerful and the battery life seems very adequate.The flosser is sturdy and the pressure of the knob is accurate and sensitive.This product is a clear winner in the market compared to other products present in similar category.I have become really a big and loyal customer of this product after using this product mutiple times on my daily usage.Its quality and quantity are something to talk about hence it feels very premium in touching and using.
I think it's a little dumb that the tube that draws water draws from the ...
Makes my teeth feel so clean. I wish there were a way to remove the water tank so it can dry out completely. I think it's a little dumb that the tube that draws water draws from the bottom, so you can only hold the pick sideways for half the tank. The solution to this is to start with your back teeth first, then you can hold the pick vertically for the teeth that are easier to get to.
There was a review article/metastudy published in the Nature journal Evidence Based Dentistry in 2009 that concluded that oral irrigation is NOT effective at reducing plaque, but does reduce risk of gingival disease (Jin 2009). Therefore, don't use this as a substitute for floss.