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Navage Soft-Click Factory-Second Bundle factory clearance: $29.95 (repost of previously sold-out deal). Normal retail $90+.

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Thanks to MichaelSD for original deal post yesterday.

Navage via Amazon is selling a soft-click Navage bundle for a "final clearance" price of $29.95. Free shipping by Navage.

The bundle includes a brand-new, factory-sealed unit, perfect in every way except for the click. Full 1-year manufacturer's warranty. (Only issue that made it not sellable at retail: the sharp click you're supposed to hear when twisting the tanks on and off sounds softer than it should; otherwise performs as it should.) Also included: 18 SaltPods and a Countertop Caddy (not included in the $90 retail unit).

May go in and out of stock. If it does, check the company's listing on ebay (I can't post the link here due to SD rules).

The marketingspeak:

The world's only nose cleaner with powered suction to flush out allergens, mucus, dust, and germs.
Brand-new, factory-sealed unit, perfect in every way except for the click. NOT USED.
The crisp, sharp click you're supposed to hear when twisting the tanks on and off sounds softer than it should. Otherwise perfect!
Fast, all-natural relief from allergies and sinus congestion - without drugs!
Bundle includes Naväge Nose Cleaner, 18 Navage SaltPods, Countertop Caddy, Standard Nose Pillows, 2AA Batteries. If separate, $106.90.


There is a hack to avoid the purchase of the expensive salt pods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9oipTY6lvA

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07XVSKWJB
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God forbid there is any bacteria in the machine if you don't clean it properly. The nasal membrain is a direct line to the brain. Too scary for me to even attempt to use.
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God forbid there is any bacteria in the machine if you don't clean it properly. The nasal membrain is a direct line to the brain. Too scary for me to even attempt to use.
Just clean it with antibacterial dishwashing detergent as directed. And use distilled water if you wish. People have been using neti pots for decades. This is essentially that on steroids.

How do I clean my Navage Nose Cleaner?
After each use, DO: Do clean the upper and lower tanks, nose pillows, and nasal dock. Simply detach them from the white center module, and wash them using anti-bacterial dishwashing soap or a solution of one-half white vinegar and one-half water.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz23EAR2uRU
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Nice! I've seen these and wanted to try it, but not for $100
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I bought this 2 years ago and it broke after 2 uses. The pump died in 2 uses. It's not reliable enough for full price. At this price it may be worth purchasing again.
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I love my Navage. I've had severe migraines due to sinus issues for years and it makes a huge difference.

Mine did experience problems with suction about a year after purchase. But customer service was awesome and walked me through a process that fixed it. And let me know how to avoid it in the future.

I'm buying one as a backup at this price.
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I just missed the deal that was posted around midnight last night, so when I got the alert this time I jumped on it.

I've used the NeilMed bottle type sinus rinse for quite some time after a sinus op, and my ENT advised to continue using it.

This Navage unit is a large step up from the regular Neti Pot type devices.

Some time back there was reports of people using regular unboiled tap water which caused serious sinus infections, but quite safe and effective if you use boiled water etc.
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Do you have to use the navage salt pods or can you use other solutions? The navage pods are very pricey.
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God forbid there is any bacteria in the machine if you don't clean it properly. The nasal membrain is a direct line to the brain. Too scary for me to even attempt to use.
Not to mention it has suction that could suck your brain right out
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I'll keep checking back as my daughter has mentioned wanting one, but that they were too expensive to find out if it would be something she would readily use.

Extra TU & thanks for the hack information as I was unaware that this had proprietary supplies like the coffee pod machines.
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I'll keep checking back as my daughter has mentioned wanting one, but that they were too expensive to find out if it would be something she would readily use.

Extra TU & thanks for the hack information as I was unaware that this had proprietary supplies like the coffee pod machines.
It's currently back in stock.
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I just missed the deal that was posted around midnight last night, so when I got the alert this time I jumped on it.

I've used the NeilMed bottle type sinus rinse for quite some time after a sinus op, and my ENT advised to continue using it.

This Navage unit is a large step up from the regular Neti Pot type devices.

Some time back there was reports of people using regular unboiled tap water which caused serious sinus infections, but quite safe and effective if you use boiled water etc.
It's currently back in stock.
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Factory seconds? Is that a fancy way of saying refurbished?
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Don't forget to use straight tap water when using this or your Neti Pot lol I've read a few horror stories of people not using distilled or boiled water and getting a brain infection instead.
DO NOT use straight tap water!!! Boil water for 3-5 minutes and allow to cool.
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