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.
NOTE: This is NOT rechargeable.
In this Pure Enrichment portable oral irrigator review, we help you analyze and decide whether this water flosser is for you.
Our Analysis of the Pure Enrichment Water Flosser
– Ease of Use. The general consensus is that this device is easy to hold, which is partly because of its compact size. One of the consumers even said it’s “easier to use than floss.” It’s not heavy and it’s quick to fill. Plus, it doesn’t have cords to get in the way of smooth-sailing usage.
– Learning Curve. You may need some practice so as not to shoot water everywhere.
– Limitations. Because the Pure Enrichment oral irrigator is a portable device, you might want it to have a case for traveling.
If you hate flossing, the Pure Enrichment oral irrigator will make things simple, convenient, and simple for you. It’s powerful enough, but not too powerful to cause you some pain. Plus, it’s easy to use and lightweight even if it’s filled with water.
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