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Waterpik Cordless Select Water Flosser $119 (Was $184.95) Delivered @ Shaver Shop


Price includes delivery.
Available in white or black.
Better than corded models, as you can take this into the shower - waterproof!
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Lightweight, cordless and easy to use, the Waterpik® Cordless Select Water Flosser makes it easy to maintain healthier gums. It is a great solution for those who prefer the convenience of a cordless electric Water Flosser.

Waterproof, can be used in the shower. Extra quiet design. Rechargeable, no batteries needed. Ideal for small bathrooms and travel.

The Waterpik® Water Flosser is clinically proven to be more effective than traditional dental floss and Sonicare® Air Floss for reducing plaque and gingivitis.

And the Orthodontic Tip combined with the Water Flosser is clinically proven to be up to 3X as effective as dental floss for removing plaque around braces and other orthodontic appliances.

Key Features

Clinically proven up to 50% more effective than traditional dental floss and up to 80% more effective than Sonicare® Air Floss 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

Water chamber holds approx 45 Seconds per use at moderate setting

Up to 2 weeks charge with regular use

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  • Has anyone used one of these?

    • I have - a few years ago.
      Lasted 3-4 years then I moved houses and lost it..
      Just ordered one earlier today, already received an email saying it has been shipped!

      • how was the battery after 3-4 years?

    • +2

      Only as a bidet, goes alright

    • +2

      I got one a couple of weeks ago, and holy crap. It works incredibly well, I use about four tanks worth while I shower and it's almost certainly the best flossed my teeth have ever been.

      I can't speak for anyone else, but 100% worth the money for me.

      • +1

        I rarely floss even though I know I should. What do you mean by "incredibly well", what's the difference between poor/average/good?

        • +2

          Well, for me regular flossing has always been difficult, some of my teeth are so tight that just getting floss between them tends to be a case of "pushing… Pushing… Harder… Bam cutting straight into the gum as it finally twangs into place" and a few crevasses in my molars that can't be accessed by something that is effectively a straight line that slides right past it. The waterpik solves both those issues.

          There's also, for me, the issue that I have pretty big hands, and trying to shove half of both my fists into my mouth to reach my rear molars is an exercise in extreme frustration - particularly in winter, where stretching my lips to the point I can reach my teeth leads to painful cracking of dry skin. the waterpik is slim and long enough that it can reach my back teeth with zero discomfort.

          There's also the benefit of it being a one-handed operation, which means that I can be doing something like shampooing my hair while I use it.

          I would have to get a dentists opinion on if its working well to actually remove all the plaque of regular flossing, but given that with regular floss all those annoyances added up to me sometimes just foregoing it entirely, using a waterpik twice a day every day, instead of flossing irregularly several times a week, is gonna by default be a better result.

    • I bought one from Amazon for $30 and change. Not a Waterpik brand, but does the same thing. I use it in the morning before brushing, and floss at night. I find it's a great supplement to my brushing habits. If you buy one, use luke warm water.

  • +1

    I have one and it’s very satisfying to see food come out of my mouth when using it, tho I don’t think it can replace my dental floss…

    • +1

      My dentist recommends using this (or floss) prior to brushing.
      Once you are done brushing, you are supposed to spit any excess toothpaste and NOT RINSE your mouth! That way, the fluoride gets to stay on your teeth for longer..

      • -1

        No thanks, that sounds disgusting!

        • +1

          You could also rinse with mouthwash that contains fluoride, rather than eat toothpaste

        • I brush, rinse fully, and then apply a little bit of fresh toothpaste (and spit out the excess). Best of both worlds

  • +1

    I've wanted one of these for years, and waterproof has just sealed the deal for me 😃

  • +1

    Same one at catch for $95.20 + $9.95 delivery ($105.15)

  • i have one of these, not sure how to use it - tried it once and water rebounded everywhere lol

  • +5
    • +2

      Nice. I wanted the black one so got it from Shaver Shop + managed to get 20% cashback.
      $97.36 delivered!

      • I ended up getting the panasonic EW1611 from Amazon @ $119

  • I have one of these,
    Waterpik water flosser WP -450w

    Guessing the W is the colour white.
    Holds 200ml. And the reservoir needs to be bigger, you fill it up half way through.

    I replaced it with a bench top waterpik. That holds 600ml water

    Don't remember paying anywhere near $100???

    Recommend not using soda stream bottle to fill it out, I did that once. It was gassed and fizzy and well, just use plain water

    • +2

      The WF-450 is an older model. This one is Usb-charged with a magnetic plug, which also allows it to be IP8 water resistant.

  • Looks like they increased the price? I got mine at 50% of $99.90 end of last year.

    • Damn didn’t know.
      Managed to grab one with 20% cashback from Shaver Shop

  • +4

    You can get the more advanced version of this for $93.77 off Amazon.


    • Thank you!

    • Now $147

    • Can vouch for this one. Bought it a few months ago and can attest to how much better it works than regular flossing. Great for hard to reach corners of your mouth and those with braces. What a godsend!

    • AU version for $103.53 as part of the Prime day sales, available in both black and white.


  • Tell me, why these vs $50 ones on amazon? Why any vs any other at all? They seem simple devices.

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