ViaJet Pro Irrigator, OraTec’s Pride
Oral irrigation is the term OraTec used to associate the ViaJet Pro Irrigator with cleaning teeth and gums. But in essence, it’s still a water flosser. After all, it does what all water flossers do – clean the spaces that ordinary toothbrushes and flosses can’t reach.
And just like water flossers, this product promises the following:
- improves blood circulation by its massaging action
- flushes away food particles that harbor harmful bacteria
- helps prevent (or treat) dental conditions such as gingivitis
But does the ViaJet Pro Irrigator fulfill its promise? In this ViaJet Pro Oral Irrigator review, we take a look at the feedback that consumers over at Amazon have provided.
ViaJet Pro Irrigator Pros and Cons
From their website, OraTec’s ViaJet Pro Irrigator has the following impressive functions and features.
– Variable water pressure
Users can choose from four pressure options. Although these pressure options do not come with an exact measurement, you can still choose from high thru low options. With 1,200 pulses/minute, the product gives off a gentle spray that massages the gums.
– Fingertip handle control
The fingertip is equipped with a sliding switch should you want to turn the machine off at any time during the flossing process.
Described as “nearly break-proof,” the product’s reservoir has a 500-ml capacity with a flip-top cover. It has an attractive, see-through blue color which can hide most chemical stains, yet transparent enough to see the solution inside.
There are 4 tips, color-coded for 4 users. It also has an optional cannula adaptor, an ultra-slim tip that can irrigate all the way to even the deepest pockets.
See the unboxing of a ViaJet Pro Oral Irrigator below.
Here are the pros and cons about the ViaJet Pro Irrigator, collected from consumer feedback and review from Amazon.
– lasts a long time
– portable enough for traveling
– strong motor
– helps reduce tartar and dental problems
– comparable with professional cleaning
– easy to use, tank is easy to fill
– water is enough for one session
– has a water pressure control unlike other brands
– only available online, Waterpik and Sonic products dominate local stores
– a little noisier to some reviewers
– can have problems with leakage
– has poor ergonomics
ViaJet Pro Irrigator Review: Should You Buy This Product?
Although the ViaJet Pro Irrigator is not a perfect product as what other reviewers have pointed out (see cons above), it has received a high rating from consumers. The bottomline is, if you’re looking for an alternative countertop oral irrigator, this can be a good purchase.
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