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Waterpik Countertop Ultra Water Flosser (Various) EXPIRED

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Target has Waterpik Countertop Ultra Water Flosser (Various) on sale for $43.99 when you save the Save $10 on Waterpik Target Circle Offer on the item page. Shipping is free.

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    • 3 Year Limited Warranty
    • For ages 12 Years and Up
    • This model comes with 6 flossing tips and 10 pressure settings.
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11-24-2022 at 09:23 AM.
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Compared to other stores like Best Buy, Walmart, etc. Target price is less.
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11-24-2022 at 07:39 PM.
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Nice find
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11-24-2022 at 08:23 PM.
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11-24-2022 at 08:37 PM.
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Bought one, thanks!
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11-24-2022 at 09:07 PM.
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Can anyone comment compared to this? Philips Sonicare Power Flosser 3000, White, HX3711/20 https://a.co/bBoDbVL
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11-24-2022 at 09:24 PM.
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Is this better than the wireless Sonicare 3000?
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11-25-2022 at 11:43 AM.
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if anyone needs 2 of this or cordless costco has it for $90. same $10 off is also on cordless one at target.
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11-25-2022 at 12:00 PM.
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Is this different from the waterPik Aquarius model?
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11-25-2022 at 12:07 PM.
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I would spend a little more on the Costco 2-pack deal they have every couple months. It comes with the portable waterpik and a nicer model, evolution and nano. I take the nano on the road with me. It goes on sale often for $60
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Quote from Lobbymonster :
Can anyone comment compared to this? Philips Sonicare Power Flosser 3000, White, HX3711/20 https://a.co/bBoDbVL
Here's a review I read, although it's for the Waterpik Aquarius vs Sonicare Power Flosser 3000, I still found it insightful
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5.0 out of 5 stars
Even better than my wife expected
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2022

I personally use a Waterpik Aquarius, like it, but use it in a different bathroom than my wife uses. My wife was interested in trying this Sonicare Power Flosser 3000 for herself, so we picked it up and I will be able to provide a few comparisons between the two.Pros of the Sonicare: It has a larger reservoir and lasts even longer than the Waterpik. The quad stream tip also works very well. My wife was using it and wasn't sure if she was using it right or if it was really cleaning her teeth well. She pulled out floss afterwards and … absolutely nothing. It flossed her teeth just as well if not better than floss. It has very good "granular" control over how strong you want the water stream to be, and it has a deep clean feature as well.Cons of the Sonicare: Unlike the Waterpik, the reservoir and reservoir lid are loose and not attached. The Waterpik has a removeable reservoir, but the lid is on a hinge and stays connected to the unit. I prefer this, but it's a minor detail. The pulse wave technology makes the hose pulse as well. This leads to a thwacking of the hose against the body of flosser. Again, a minor annoyance, and my wife and I do believe this feature works well. Really, there are no cons that would keep me from buying this unit.Pros of the Waterpik: It's a hair smaller, and has a few features that I think are nicer. When you close the lid, it holds the water tank in place. It also helps to seat the tank correctly each time and there is also storage for a couple of the accessories behind the tank. As far as use, it works well to remove junk between the teeth and even below the gum line. It has good control over how intense you want the stream to be.Cons of the Waterpik: There is no quad stream tip. This tip works pretty well, and makes "flossing" even faster/easier. Not having the pulse technology might mean that it isn't quite as effective. This is splitting hairs though. Both the Waterpik and Sonicare have a good amount of power and are very effective. Again, there are no cons that would keep me from buying this unit either.Pros of Both: I'm a recent convert to water flossing, and I won't be going back to regular floss. Water flossers work well for cleaning the teeth like floss does, but they also clean under the gum line better and this can help reduce inflammation caused by food and bacteria trapped in the "gum pockets". From a little bit of research I did before picking up my first water flosser, they don't pose any risk at all to your enamel. They are powerful enough to effectively floss, but not powerful enough to cause any damage to your teeth.​
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11-25-2022 at 02:19 PM.
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Why not just use your shower head?
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