Panasonic EW1511W511 Advanced Water Flosser Cordless with 5 Pressure Settings, Ultrasonic Tooth Cleaner & Nozzle, 1 Hour Charge Time, Compact & Portable, Rechargeable Battery, UK 2 Pin Plug

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Panasonic EW1511W511 Advanced Water Flosser Cordless with 5 Pressure Settings, Ultrasonic Tooth Cleaner & Nozzle, 1 Hour Charge Time, Compact & Portable, Rechargeable Battery, UK 2 Pin Plug

Panasonic EW1511W511 Advanced Water Flosser Cordless with 5 Pressure Settings, Ultrasonic Tooth Cleaner & Nozzle, 1 Hour Charge Time, Compact & Portable, Rechargeable Battery, UK 2 Pin Plug

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Also included is a plastic travel case to hold the aforementioned tips. Not essential, but certainly nice to have. To use your water flosser, you first need to ensure it is fully charged and fill the water reservoir, following the manufacturer’s instructions. Lukewarm water is usually best to prevent sensitivity issues. Oral-B’s entry focuses on a more gentle approach, removing food between teeth, gums and braces without irritating. It does this by utilising the company's Oxyjet Technology, which enriches the stream of water with micro-fine bubbles of air. This not only makes the resulting stream less irritable to sensitive gums, but it also improves the cleaning power. Win-win. I want to mention too how the design of the door is such that it is easy to open. It might sound silly, but some others are just more awkward to get a fingertip or nail in to open the door. It is a small but key part of your daily interaction, so it is noticeable when it is good or bad!

How long you floss for is up to you, but I can confidently say that the EW5111 lasted 3 times as long as Panasonic claimed. The base of the flosser is grey in colour like the rubber grip. It is plastic, not rubber like the grip. If you’ve not used a cordless water flosser before, you might be a bit surprised by the size. They are bigger than some anticipate. Smaller hands can struggle to hold and handle them comfortably. This is less of an issue with the Advanced. It depends on your specific needs, but the Advanced comes with 4 tips (nozzles) in the box. They are: More travel friendly than a countertop unit, this is. But, it isn’t small. Unfortunately, the need to have a water tank built-in dictates the size to some extent.It isn’t perfect. Rotating the nozzle isn’t quite as refined as some of the Waterpik alternatives, but it certainly isn’t terrible. Level 1 is more gentle than most Waterpik cordless models which have a low setting whilst Level 5 is more powerful than Waterpik’s high setting on cordless models. It is worth knowing that this is water resistant and can be used in the shower if you would like to. The nozzle does rotate a full 360 degrees. The base of the nozzle has large plastic fins which give the fingertip something to grip and push against to rotate them. Despite being a much more portable option than most, the 200ml water tank offers plenty of space for a comfortable clean without feeling rushed. Looks aside, there are plenty of features to applaud here, including five distinct flossing modes which range in power and intensity, depending on how sensitive your gums are. These include a conventional dental floss mode, in addition to gum massaging programmes, while its 200ml water tank can also hold mouthwash to sterilise and freshen up your breath in the process.

There are 5 choices, each of which can be selected or changed before the unit is powered on or as it is running. Philips has also done a great job with the practical aspects of the design. The Power Flosser 3000 charges over a standard USB-Type C port, and Philips bundles in a cable, compact charger and soft drawstring case. The main power button is big enough to find with ease when you’re rushing in the morning, and the mode and intensity buttons have simple indicators, so that you know what mode and setting you are in. The nozzle also rotates 360-degrees for easy aiming at the hard-to-reach areas of your mouth. This is one of the more expensive options, but if you have problem teeth and gums then it’s worth every penny. Disappointingly, the Panasonic does not come with a pouch case to protect the unit or keep the nozzles and flosser together. You could though stow the nozzles inside the water tank when not in use. I’ve been very impressed with Advanced and how well it has removed debris and plaque from between the teeth. On many occasions, I can feel the difference and the evidence in the sink confirms it’s doing a good job.The build quality and performance are better than I anticipated. Perhaps I set my expectations a little low. Panasonic is not typically the first brand you think of when it comes to oral health care. If you are not too familiar with water flossers, you typically have countertop or cordless models. Countertop units are the most capable but are tied to a power outlet and thus less portable. However, as my own testing has confirmed I was achieving an additional 25 seconds of use from each fill of the tank, on the highest level. The most useful extra is the soft, drawstring pouch case. Basic but functional, it allows you to keep items together and gives a bit of protection when on the go.



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