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Waterpik Cordless Plus Water Flosser $89.99 @ ALDI


Lightweight, cordless and easy to use, the Waterpik® Cordless Plus Water Flosser makes it easy to maintain healthier gums
Convenient, recharging power supply – no batteries needed
It is a great solution for those who prefer the convenience of a cordless electric water flosser
The Waterpik® Water Flosser is clinically proven to be more effective than traditional dental floss and Sonicare® Air Floss (Model HX8181) for reducing plaque and gingivitis
The orthodontic tip combined with the water flosser is clinically proven to be up to 3 times as effective as dental floss for removing plaque around braces and other orthodontic appliances
Clinically proven up to 50% more effective than traditional dental floss and up to 80% more effective than Sonicare® Air Floss (Model HX8181) for improving gum health
Proven in laboratory tests to remove up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas with a 3-second application
Removes bacteria deep between teeth and below the gumline where brushing and traditional flossing can’t reach
Massages and stimulates gums to improve circulation and keep your gums strong and healthy
Can be used with your favourite mouthwash
Leaves a clean, fresh sensation
Dual pressure control system with low for sensitive gums, high for deep cleaning
Advanced ergonomic design with non-slip grip
Reservoir can be filled without removal
Easy to store when not in use
Tips rotate 360° to reach all areas of the mouth
Reservoir capacity of 45+ seconds
Pressure range is 45 to 75psi

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  • -3

    But traditional floss costs next to nothing and is just as effective when used properly. I don't buy their laboratory claims.

    Probably great for braces.

    Humans have become lazy.

    • You can not reach some area by using traditional floss.use both will be great.

    • I have the "separate tank" version of this and it is quite good if you've been eating something with nuts or seeds. Sometimes flossing alone is not enough to clean out all the detritus. I agree I wouldn't use it instead of flossing.

      The drawback I have with it is you need the water to be a bit tepid. Using straight cold water is painful if you have sensitive teeth.

      • Honest question - how does this device dislodge food debris better than rinsing your mouth with water yourself?

        • You can aim the stream of water at the gaps between your teeth and the hard to get bits up near the back of your mouth.

      • If the water needs to be tepid, could you use it in the shower?

        • I have the one that plugs into the wall so I couldn’t say with this one. However, I tend to use it in the morning, after I’ve had my shower, so the water is still warm. You could fill it from the shower water and then use it after you’ve dried yourself if you wanted to. It doesn’t need to be warm just not cold.

          • @try2bhelpful: I have one that plugs onto the end of facet, works get. Only need warm water in winter and wont end up in landfill if rechargeable batteries die or pump/machine breaks down. This will get bits string misses but string will also get bits this misses. Gums will be sensitive when first using but you get used to it and you will not get a fresher feel any other way.

            • @sleepy120: Sounds like a reasonable concept provided you get the pressure. I have a rubber hand shower hose I use to rinse out the sink, and bath, when I clean them. Similar idea to allow you to direct water, with pressure, where needed.

    • +1

      I used both, water flossing is just the icing on the cake after using real floss. I wouldn't use water flosser only without using the string. I think the string is better. Sometimes if there is just some food got stuck, I will use water floss to save a bit of string.

  • Does the rechargeable one provide better water proof than the battery operated one?

  • I got a great rechargeable water pick off Amazon for $25. It looks very similar. Is this a "good" brand? Wonder what makes it nearly 4x the price.

    • -1

      May be the difference between apple and android? Aldi make it 30% off if items were on the shelf for a while, then 50% off in some aldi shop if the item stayed on the shelf for too long. Not sure what is the exact amount of time for each of these reductions.

      • -2

        So the Aldi pick will get regular security updates and my Amazon one is good for 18 months? Interesting.

    • Which one, out of curiosity?

  • +1

    $50 at Woolworths during offer!

    • +1

      share link?

      • +1

        Still $100, ozbar mean if you don't need it urgently, wait for Woolworths special, I think it was $50 twice or 3 times last year, a lot of time $80 or $70 during special, once it was $60 but sold out at my local Woolies, so it pays to wait and check Woolworths website every Wednesday.

  • does it recharge the water too ?

    • +1

      Now you got me thinking about “activating” your nuts. And that is a rabbit hole I’m not going down.

  • +1

    I recommend one that connects to the tap and uses water pressure like oral breeze. It's cheaper and you don't have to worry about the short life span of electronic components or batteries.

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