Summary: While I did state that its not as powerful as plug in models, it can, with fully charged batteries, do just as good a job (has actually made my gums bleed on occasion as I am on a blood thinner). Best of all its great for use when camping or just on the road.
Pros: This compact, inexpensive, convenient little Water Pick clone from Panasonic has been a joy from day one. It works flawlessly and, if you use high performance lithium batteries (2 ea. AA cells), it lasts for months without needing battery replacement. It really blasts food particles loose from be...
Cons: About the only drawbacks I have noted, have been the lack of sheer power when compared to 120 VAC corded models, and the fact that it does not come with several color coded personal "pik" attachments for use by other family members.
Summary: This my first water flossing tool, so I can't compare it to another brand but so far it seems to do a good job and I have to admit that my mouth does feel cleaner using this product. I still string floss but added this to my routine. It only took once or twice to get the hang of using it.
Summary: It's easy to use but I recommend using it in the shower. Bring a mirror in there! When I tried it at the sink, water sprayed everywhere. It's strong even at the lowest setting. My gums bled a little but they said to expect it during the first two weeks of use. It's good so far..
Summary: unlike other travel irrigators it uses replaceable batteries which is far better than the NiCd rechargeables which seem to lose their potency if not used regularly. The function of the irrigator is excellent.
Summary: Excellent Battery Powered Oral Irrigator that allows you to replace the two AA batteries when needed. Other irrigators on the market have non-replaceable batteries welded within their units that must be recharged with an adapter - but once the battery reaches a certain number of recharges the...