When it comes to water flossers or oral irrigators, there is no doubt that Waterpik is the most popular brand out there. And one of the most trusted, too.
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That said, Waterpik has carved out a good reputation as the leader in the industry. It’s no wonder, therefore, that with each new product released, it’s sure to get people buying.
But…can we say all these nice things about Waterpik‘s cordless water flossers? Find out in this review.
Waterpik Cordless Water Flossers Currently Available
As of this writing, there are at least four cordless or battery-operated water flossers included in the Waterpik catalogue. They are the following.
As you can see, these oral irrigators look nice. They are lightweight, so they are portable. You can even bring one with you when you travel.
Compare and Contrast These Waterpik Cordless’s Features and Specs
To make things simple for you, we’ve created this chart to give you an idea of these water flossers’ features and specs, and how they differ with one another.
|Number of Tips||High-Pressure Classic Jet Tip or the Low-Pressure Classic Jet Tip||15 easy to replace tips||4 water flosser jet tips including 2 classic jet tips, 1 orthodontic tip, 1 plaque seeker tip||15 easy to replace mint flavored tips|
|Origin||China||(not provided)||China||(not provided)|
|Shipping Weight||1.2 pounds||0.3 ounces||20.6 pounds||5.6 ounces|
|Power Source||110V||1 AA battery||AAA battery||1 AA batteries|
Summarized Consumer Feedback and Rating
We went through consumer feedback and ratings of each Waterpik cordless water flosser available, and the chart below summarizes their pros and cons and ratings.
|great portable design, jet stream is very powerful||poor battery quality, eventually refuses to charge, doesn't hold much water in the tank||good while the unit is new and the batteries are fresh|
|ideal for people with braces, not very expensive, easy to use and operate||replacing the tips is an ongoing expense, weak tips, not that powerful because it runs on AAA batteries||it's not that powerful, but it's portable and easy to pack|
|comes with a sonic toothbrush, easy to use||can be messy to use, can develop molds, not that powerful after a few months,|
|makes flossing easy, non-flossers can be convinced to floss everyday because of this||does not get to areas in the back of the mouth, not as strong enough to clean in between teeth,||great for cleaning between teeth but doesn't take the place of floss for reaching under the gumline|
Bottomline – Not Top-Rated
Surprisingly, ALL these cordless water flossers from Waterpik (WP-360W, WP-440, FLW-110, and FLW-220) were given a low rating by consumers who tried and tested these products. Compared to their Waterpik countertop counterparts, this score is not impressive.
Should you get one? Based on the ratings and not-so-good feedback, we say consider other brands of cordless water flossers first such as the 2nd Generation – Oral Irrigator by ToiletTree Products and the Panasonic Oral Irrigator EW-DJ10-A.
Read our article on the Best Cordless or Battery-Operated Water Flossers to find out more about these cordless alternatives.
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