Waterpik Aquarius Liquid Flosser, WP-660

By | November 19, 2016

Waterpik Aquarius Liquid Flosser, WP-660

Waterpik Aquarius Liquid Flosser, WP-660

  • The straightforward plus Effective Way to Floss!
  • more healthy Gums and Brighter Teeth within a Minute just about every day!
  • Floss and therapeutic massage Modes with enhanced pressure performance
  • 10 stress Settings, 7 liquid Flossing recommendations, 90 moments of Water Capacity
  • Compatible With 120VAC/60Hz Outlets, for usage in the united states just. Any warranty should be voided through sale and employ for the item outside the united states. Shipment beyond North America is prohibited by Waterpik

The simple and much more Effective Way to Floss, the Waterpik Aquarius pro liquid Flosser is considered the most advanced water flosser ever before. Featuring an innovative new compact and contemporary design, the Aquarius includes on/off liquid control regarding handle, an LED information panel, and 7 water flosser tips. Brand new pulse-modulation technology provides optimum plaque treatment (Floss Mode) and enhanced gum stimulation and improved circulation (Hydro-Pulse therapeutic massage Mode). The convenient one-minute timekeeper with a 30-second pacer guarantees thorough water flossing of all places.

List Price: $ 79.99


One thought on “Waterpik Aquarius Liquid Flosser, WP-660

  1. Charles Nordlander
    1,842 of 1,909 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Charles Nordlander (New York, NY) –

    This review is from: Waterpik Aquarius Water Flosser, WP-660 (Health and Beauty)
    UPDATE OCT ’14: The Aquarius has dropped significantly in price since my original review, and is actually slightly cheaper now than the older Ultra. So, with prices so comparable, which unit should you buy? Unless you’re really in love with the updated look of the Aquarius, the Ultra still remains the better choice for the reasons I mention below. Also take a look at the video in the “Most Helpful Favorable Review,” where you can really see the cheap construction of the Aquarius, and how sloppily the hose holsters into the unit compared to the Ultra. This sort of negates its one advantage–the cleaner-looking design–and you’ll be wrangling to holster that hose on a daily basis. No thanks!

    ORIGINAL REVIEW: Let me not waste your time and cut right to the chase: if you’re thinking about buying your first Waterpik flosser–or wondering if it’s time to upgrade your Ultra model–there’s only one reason to consider the pricey WP-660 Aquarius: it looks nicer and more modern than the now dated design of the Ultra. So if appearance isn’t important to you, stop reading right here and just go buy the cheaper Ultra, which (as I’ll get to in a moment) is better in just about every other way.

    As it so happens, an attractive, modern design IS important to me, especially in an appliance that I’m going to look at all the time in my bathroom. But even in this regard I’d say the Aquarius is good but not great. It is definitely NOT an improvement in design that will have you looking past its ergonomic flaws vs. the Ultra.

    First, the on/off water flow switch is less user friendly in operation than the on/off button on the Ultra. Admittedly, there were issues with button failure at one time on the Ultra, but the replacement handle I received from Waterpik has been working for over a year now with no problems, so this seems to have been resolved.

    Second, getting the handle and hose “re-holstered” on the Aquarius is more finicky than it is on the Ultra–plus the hose never seems to sit in the unit as neatly.

    Third, the Aquarius weighs A FULL POUND less than the 2.5 pound Ultra, and you can’t help but think that the weight was trimmed by using a lighter and less durable pump mechanism. Time will tell if that’s really the case, but I’ve also found that the lightness of the Aquarius causes it to shift around too easily on my bathroom counter.

    Fourth, only two tips can be stored in the unit vs. all the tips being storable in the Ultra’s lid. Waterpik has probably learned that its customers are fine with more limited tip storage, but again, this is no step forward.

    Fifth, the dual modes on the Aquarius–which could be seen as its only real advance vs. the single mode Ultra–are just a marketing gimmick. If you just want to massage your gums with the Ultra, simply dial down the water flow pressure and massage away. There’s no need for a special mode to do this.

    Bottom line: water flossing is a mature technology, and there are few if any “functional” reasons to introduce a new model. So it’s a shame that Waterpik didn’t make more of an effort to at least achieve better ergonomics in a killer new design with the Aquarius. You can pay 20%+ more than the Ultra and get the somewhat nicer looking but ergonomically inferior Aquarius. Or you can just buy the Ultra and not bother to upgrade if you already own it. Both units will give you the same 5-star flossing ability. The Ultra will let you hang onto some extra cash while doing it.

    Thanks for taking the time to read my review and I hope you find it helpful in making a buying decision!

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