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Panasonic cordless dental water Flosser $21.49 or less w/S&S

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Never tried one so not sure how useful or reliable this particular gadget is, but for about $20 after 15% S&S and Taxes it seems cheap enough to try it out.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0027LSEPS
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I've had mine for over 4 years and I love it. I bought for $20 4 years ago.
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Thanks for the reply! Looking forward to getting mine with the monthly S&S shipment - I was concerned that the subscription option for an item like this means that it regularly breaks. LMAO
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These things are great! my dentist recommended one of these when I told her I rarely floss, its worked wonders ever since.
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According to this review [waterflosserguide.com], this product has a small tank, and it's less powerful than a countertop oral irrigator. It's intended for travelling, not as your primary oral irrigator. I also prefer products that don't require batteries: better for the Earth, better for my wallet, and more powerful.
This being said, using this product is better than not flossing at all.
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According to this review [waterflosserguide.com], this product has a small tank, and it's less powerful than a countertop oral irrigator. It's intended for travelling, not as your primary oral irrigator. I also prefer products that don't require batteries: better for the Earth, better for my wallet, and more powerful.
This being said, using this product is better than not flossing at all.
Good points, I guess there is always something better, however... I don't mind refilling the tank a bit more frequently, 40 seconds seems like enough floss-time for one round. Being able to take it along on the road seems like a plus, and rechargeable batteries seem like a decent solution in the fight against unnecessary trash. As for the (lack of) power, you may be right! Perhaps like the corded vs battery drills. Or something. Cheers! Wave
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According to this review [waterflosserguide.com], this product has a small tank, and it's less powerful than a countertop oral irrigator. It's intended for travelling, not as your primary oral irrigator. I also prefer products that don't require batteries: better for the Earth, better for my wallet, and more powerful.
This being said, using this product is better than not flossing at all.
I have used rechargeable batteries for four years
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