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Waterpik Evolution and Nano Water Flosser Combo Pack $60

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Similar price as last deal, it's on sale again until 12/25

https://www.costco.com/waterpik-e...21954.html

looks stackable with houseware promotion too, so an extra 25 off if $150+ of houseware, to up to 60 off on $300+.
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This the same one that was $45 last week from Amazon?

Or do they make different models/features?
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How does this compare to the Chinese knockoffs? There's a million of them on Amazon and several are cordless.
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Quote from TakinCareofBizniz :
How does this compare to the Chinese knockoffs? There's a million of them on Amazon and several are cordless.
I would go for Waterpik because it is for dental health and it involves water & electricity. Better to have something more reputable for safety. You don't want one that is too weak or too powerful shooting at your gum lines and between your teeth.

Waterpik also makes a cordless version if that is something you prefer.

The one thing I do not like about Waterpik is that they do get gross after a while even if you regularly clean it with vinegar as they suggest. The handle just gets moldy or breaks down. There are replacement handles but I found it not much more to just replace the whole thing. This pack would basically give you a back-up machine for when it is time to retire the first one.
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Quote from mokiecon :
I would go for Waterpik because it is for dental health and it involves water & electricity. Better to have something more reputable for safety. You don't want one that is too weak or too powerful shooting at your gum lines and between your teeth.

Waterpik also makes a cordless version if that is something you prefer.

The one thing I do not like about Waterpik is that they do get gross after a while even if you regularly clean it with vinegar as they suggest. The handle just gets moldy or breaks down. There are replacement handles but I found it not much more to just replace the whole thing. This pack would basically give you a back-up machine for when it is time to retire the first one.
I have never had a problem with mold. I do also add a little mouthwash when using it. When I am done. I always rinse it for about 30 seconds with clean water. Then I lift the whole machine up and drain any remaining water from the tube and give it a couple shakes at the handle. I suspect people just use it and leave it. The remaining water inside will get nasty.
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Quote from mokiecon :
I would go for Waterpik because it is for dental health and it involves water & electricity. Better to have something more reputable for safety. You don't want one that is too weak or too powerful shooting at your gum lines and between your teeth.

Waterpik also makes a cordless version if that is something you prefer.

The one thing I do not like about Waterpik is that they do get gross after a while even if you regularly clean it with vinegar as they suggest. The handle just gets moldy or breaks down. There are replacement handles but I found it not much more to just replace the whole thing. This pack would basically give you a back-up machine for when it is time to retire the first one.
Try using hydrogen peroxide instead of vinegar.
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how much is it in store?
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Quote from tnoogen :
These are much cheaper options:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09SVZQRLL

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0799GW6QY
These are cheap Chinese knockoffs
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Quote from tnoogen :
These are much cheaper options:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09SVZQRLL

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0799GW6QY
So you remove aerator and attach then detach it every day...?
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Quote from chamaraja :
how much is it in store?
It was 89.99 minus 30 off, so the same price on Dec 3rd when I bought it in store
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Getting 2 let me use 25 off at before coupon price, so 2 for 95 plus tax.. I call it great deal
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It's okay, it's a good deal
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So you remove aerator and attach then detach it every day...?
No, they're on permanently. There's a knob than switch between water to aerator vs to regular outlet.
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Is buy more save more promotion still on? I don't see 25 off 150
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