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Anyone use this? Does the water just spray off the tooth and get every where?
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I would take the cord instead of holding that big device.
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Anyone use this? Does the water just spray off the tooth and get every where?
I have had this for two days, I hold my mouth open over the sink and let all the tooth goodies drip out into the sink. I cannot handle full power yet, but soft or pulse settings gets the job done.
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Hard to believe Slickdealers are actually upvoting a no name flosser
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I would take the cord instead of holding that big device.
I have a cordless, unbranded similar water flosser (300ml) and it works spectacularly. The device is slightly bigger than an electric toothbrush and it is unobtrusive. In fact, the bigger the water compartment, the better as you can complete your entire mouth with one fill-up. Highly recommended.
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My feelings exactly. Some pretty bad feedback. That and the "D" have me wondering. Was interested at first but now I pass. Thanks for the heads up OP just the same.
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been looking for something like this but the reviews are turning me away. a lot of people have said this is the messiest oral irrigator they've used. some complained that the device is too wide to fit comfortably into the mouth for proper flossing. others noted that the device failed within 1-2 months.

does anyone have the cordless waterpik? i'm wondering how well that works since i'd much prefer that to the standard, large reservoir tank that takes up an enormous amount of counter space.
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Anyone use this? Does the water just spray off the tooth and get every where?
You should use it in the shower to mitigate this issue. I have one that is portable specifically for using in the shower!
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Bought it from the last deal. Works fine. First two times water was all over the bathroom... Actually had to ask my gf to try it as well to have a good laugh looking at her flossing.
Just close your mouth when you use it and you'll be fine. I was always skeptical about water flossing but this thing works and works as it supposed to.
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I have a similar one. I use it in the shower to avoid the splatter although with practice you should be able to do it leaning over the sink without the splatter. With that said, I would not get this this model because it has only a 150ml tank. The one I have is 300ml and I have to refill it several times depending on how clean I want my teeth. The smaller tank may work for you though. Also, with practice you can use up the whole tank before refilling by adjusting the tip and the holding it at the optimum angle. It's annoying to have it start sputtering air when there is water left in the tank.

The one I got is the Zerhunt [amazon.com].
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Anyone use this? Does the water just spray off the tooth and get every where?
Yes, I generally just use mine in the shower and charge it every couple days
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I have a similar one. I use it in the shower to avoid the splatter although with practice you should be able to do it leaning over the sink without the splatter. With that said, I would not get this this model because it has only a 150ml tank. The one I have is 300ml and I have to refill it several times depending on how clean I want my teeth. The smaller tank may work for you though. Also, with practice you can use up the whole tank before refilling by adjusting the tip and the holding it at the optimum angle. It's annoying to have it start sputtering air when there is water left in the tank.

The one I got is the Zerhunt [amazon.com].
I got the one in the OP a few weeks ago and ended up returning it for basically the same reasons SirVeyer posted. The cordless convenience is great, making it ideal for using it in the shower (to avoid splattering). However, as mentioned, the tank is small. I had to refill twice in order to cover my whole mouth. Also, the unit has to remain upright to work. If you tilt it too far (think about trying to reach the back of your lower front teeth) the unit will suck air as the water shifts in the tank. The thing is pretty strong tho. On par with my corded waterpik. Overall, I liked the convenience, but not enough to replace the Waterpik I already have.
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I have had this for two days, I hold my mouth open over the sink and let all the tooth goodies drip out into the sink. I cannot handle full power yet, but soft or pulse settings gets the job done.
That's what she said
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