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damn - prime day they gave us the shitty wp660 for $40 and now for $5 more you can have the complete care.

wish i had waited to use it.
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Nice find OP.

Good price Smilie
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This looks nice, but I need on for the shower. I heard theres a waterproof one. Any good deals or would this one work okay in the shower?
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Good deal. Bought one
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damn - prime day they gave us the shitty wp660 for $40 and now for $5 more you can have the complete care.

wish i had waited to use it.
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Nice! My son just got braces 4 days ago and they recommended a Waterpik to help with cleaning.
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damn - prime day they gave us the shitty wp660 for $40 and now for $5 more you can have the complete care.

wish i had waited to use it.
Looks like the only difference is the added toothbrush.....honestly i have a dedicated one so doubt i'll use it.

What other advantage is there and also cant we return to Amazon without restocking?

There is a $5 rebate but dont think either of these will work:
https://www.waterpik.com/oral-hea...ochure.pdf


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Looks like the only difference is the added toothbrush.....honestly i have a dedicated one so doubt i'll use it.

What other advantage is there and also cant we return to Amazon without restocking?

There is a $5 rebate but dont think either of these will work:
https://www.waterpik.com/oral-hea...ochure.pdf


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Same boat. Have an oral b that I was hoping to dedicate to travel and use an integrated Waterpik if I had gotten in on this model for only $5 more.

Honestly I don't feel comfortable sticking retailers with costly returns just because something better came up later.

I've used the aquarius so feels wrong to return for a personal preference reason.

Wish the rebate worked though.
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Can someone please upload a receipt for this? I need for price protection on my Discover card.
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damn - prime day they gave us the shitty wp660 for $40 and now for $5 more you can have the complete care.

wish i had waited to use it.
I wouldn't say WP660 is shitty. We had this model without the toothbrush and the push button on the flosser started to get stuck after a year making it useless. I got the WP660 during Prime Day since it has a switch instead of a button so it should be harder for it to break.
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Any tips on how to use the water spray nozzle? Heard it has to be inside the gums?
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Oral B or nothing
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I wouldn't say WP660 is shitty. We had this model without the toothbrush and the push button on the flosser started to get stuck after a year making it useless. I got the WP660 during Prime Day since it has a switch instead of a button so it should be harder for it to break.
Thanks for the help deciding what to do. Nice to know about the button vs slide. Was searching differences and could only find the 660 having pulse mode and 900 having the toothbrush as the only differences. 660 may have slighlty higher max pressure.
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