The oral irrigators headlined above look alike. BUT...they're different in a few ways. In this article, we give you their differences.
When it comes to shape, ToiletTree Products, Jumbl, and Wellness HealthPro have the same style. They have a curved, S-shaped body that gets smaller from the base up.
The body's front side has two buttons -- one that lets you turn the unit on or off, and another that lets you select the operating mode of your choice. And whichever you've selected -- "Normal," "Soft," or "Pulse" -- an indicator light Read more [...]
From the makers of chic yet fully functional products such as air purifiers and massagers comes a portable oral irrigator from Pure Enrichment. It's white, cordless, and requires two AA batteries.
As one consumer has said, this oral irrigator measures 11 inches from the tip to its base. This shouldn't be a problem as far as storage and space consumption are concerned.
Aside from having a small footprint, the Pure Enrichment water flosser has a sleek design, a detachable water tank, and a choice between a high or low speed setting.
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Most, if not all, of the flossers we featured and reviewed in this site make use of a pressurized stream of water to operate in places that an ordinary string floss or toothbrush can't reach. We've also seen that these dental devices come in at least three forms - shower, countertop, and cordless.
Now here's a new idea: the Smilex Sonic brush and flosser (a.k.a. the Sonipick).
According to the manufacturers, this device requires "no water spray" to make flossing with it possible. Also, it doesn't make use of a string floss or floss threaders Read more [...]
Although it's not a new concept, Jumbl's 3 operating (or irrigating) modes seem like these are collectively the product's stand out features. As advertised, the three modes include the Normal, Soft, and Pulse modes which have distinct functions.
Use the Normal mode for general tooth and gum cleaning, the Soft mode for a reduced-intensity gum and dental cleaning, or the Pulse mode for cleaning and massaging the gums.
As if that's not impressive enough, the Jumbl oral irrigator weighs only 1.1 pounds and has a compact design (2 x 2.8 x 11 Read more [...]
Both of these oral irrigators have been given a stellar rating, but how different are the RediBreeze and QuickBreeze?
In a nutshell, the difference lies in the detachability of the product from the faucet. QuickBreeze is detachable while RediBreeze has a more permanent installation.
Aside from that, the QuickBreeze has no valve to control the water while the RediBreeze comes with a flow control valve.
How does this valve work? In the regular position, the valve works just like a normal faucet. But when you switch it on, it diverts water Read more [...]
Matwave V-20G - Water Flosser for the Whole Family
To start, Matwave V-20G is also called Cleanpro V-20G or Kelinbeier V-20G.
It's a countertop water flosser that stands out not only because of its distinct built, but also because of its features.
Manufactured by Matwave Technologies, Inc., the V-20G comes with 9 tips (3 standard, 2 orthodontics, 2 tongue scaper, and 2 periodontal tips), which makes it the ideal water flosser for a big family.
In this review, we examine whether or not this product is worth your money.
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