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calistyle 11,134 48,502 August 6, 2014 at 12:00 AM in Health & Beauty (7) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-06-2014 by Discombobulated at 02:38 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has select WaterPik Water Flosser Products on sale with up to 50% off listed below. Free shipping with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $35 or more. Use slick fillers to find other eligible items to help reach the $35 requirement. Thanks calistyleNo longer available:
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Thoughts on this thing?
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Picked one up...thanks op...hope it works well.
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I got the older version of the Aquarius Profession ($44 one). It's very effective and painless. At normal price around $65, it's a bit expensive. For $44, it's a no brainer, GET IT BEFORE IT"S SOLD OUT.

Picked up one as a gift. Thanks OP!
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I've never used one how's the pressure and is it messy?
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Love my waterpik. I can't not use it anymore and even after flossing I'll still see food coming out with this thing.

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I've never used one how's the pressure and is it messy?
It's not messy when you learn to use it and the pressure is plenty of you ask me. It's actually too much on the highest at first.
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Thanks OP! got an Aquarius. will be needed badly once i get implants and braces.

i guess SD app did its job Big Grin i was actually trying to configure it to stop notifying me of any 'FP deal' except protein-related 'deal alerts'
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Aquarius for me. I have been neglecting my dental health. My rationale was "well a waterpik isnt as good as floss, so I am not going to get one". That only matters if you floss to begin with. One step at a time.
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Just bought the Aquarius system last night for $67.99 *grumbles*

I'm pretty much a novice when it comes to SD but can I order this one and return the one I bought last night? Or will they honor the deal?

Any help is appreciated.
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Quote from AA3448 View Post :
Just bought the Aquarius system last night for $67.99 *grumbles*

I'm pretty much a novice when it comes to SD but can I order this one and return the one I bought last night? Or will they honor the deal?

Any help is appreciated.
If it's through Amazon, just chat with a CS. They have awesome customer service and I believe a 7 day price adjustment policy.
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I believe its a old model $44.

But in walmart the new model is only $5 more.

http://mobile.walmart.com/ip/Wate...ype=search
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thanks
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I just started using a electeic toothbrush from the recent staples deal. Which one of these should i get to use with that? I see some are for brushing and flossing. So im guessing i just need something for flossing. All this is new to me
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