With nearly 1,400 pulses per minute, it blasts away most debris. Set includes 7 heads for comprehensive cleaning, many of which can be used around braces. Users can customize their water flossing experience with 10 pulse settings.
It's supposed to be quieter than earlier models, but some users feel otherwise.
Offers three speed settings. Slender handle is easy to manipulate and maneuver. Comes with four tips to cover most users' flossing needs. Simple, straightforward operation in a no-fuss design.
Doesn't come with a travel case. Some confusion regarding the open reservoir and lid situation.
On a full charge, flosser offers seven days' worth of use. Dual pressure controls let users customize their flossing experience. Backed by a two-year manufacturer warranty. Can be used by kids 6 and older. Compact design is ideal for travel.
Only has two pulse settings and feels much heavier in the hand than countertop models.
Easy for kids to use. Smaller handle is easy for kids to hold. Built-in electric safety features. Comes with a set of decals so kids can decorate their device. Not as big or bulky as countertop Waterpik models.
Quality isn't as high as is expected from the brand. Loud operation.
Equipped with 10 pressure settings, including several gentle ones. Easy to adjust settings. Comes with several attachments for all types of cleaning. Cord is the ideal length and has slack for easy maneuvering.
Loud operation. Unit may not function at an optimal level after considerable use.
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