Waterpik Complete Care Liquid Flosser and Sonic Brush, WP-900

By | November 19, 2016

Waterpik Perfect Care Liquid Flosser and Sonic Brush, WP-900

Waterpik Complete Care Water Flosser and Sonic Toothbrush, WP-900

  • Far better Brushing and Flossing in one single Convenient product!
  • eliminates plaque and debris deep between teeth and underneath the gumline in which brushing and old-fashioned flossing can not reach
  • High-volume reservoir with 90+ moments of liquid capacity and sonic toothbrush technology with 25% faster bristle rate than other leading sonic toothbrushes
  • Space-saving design needs only 1 outlet
  • This unit is compatible with a 120VAC/60Hz socket and is for use in North America just. Any guarantee is going to be voided through the purchase and employ of this product outside the united states. Shipment outside North America is restricted by Waterpik

Today your brushing and flossing requirements could be carried out with one convenient unit that saves counter area and energy outlets. Therefore cannot just clean, get complete. The straightforward plus effective option.

List Price: $ 99.99


One thought on “Waterpik Complete Care Liquid Flosser and Sonic Brush, WP-900

  1. MJ Cougar
    707 of 740 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Flush Away with the Pulse and then Let the Brush do the Work, March 3, 2014

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    This review is from: Waterpik Complete Care Water Flosser and Sonic Toothbrush, WP-900 (Health and Beauty)
    After many years of manual brushing, I took the chance on one of those rotary pulsating brushes, Oral B to B exact. That was my first venture in powered tooth brushing and not my last. That brush lasted about three years; twelve brush heads and around $120 later, I went into the ultra-sonic field of brushing. Sonicare was the best brush experience I had to date in my middle aged life. That brush too lasted around 3 and even possibly 4 years. Although the replacement brush heads were much more costly than the Oral B ones, and ultamitly the replacement cost of the brush heads is what drove me back to purchase another Oral B rotary type tooth brush.
    Let me say neither of my first two electronic tooth brushes ever quit, or even slow down. It simply got to the point of replacement heads cost total, matched the total cost of the tooth brush when purchased.
    Well I went back to the Oral B simply because I could not bring myself to justify the Sonicare price + the brush head price.
    This time, my Oral B stuck around for 6 months. I simply never felt the same “clean” feeling on my teeth as I did with the Sonicare.
    Now here is the Waterpik flosser and sonic tooth brush.
    In short, I have owned this for 3 months and I will never go back to either Oral B or Sonicare. The cost for this unit complete is on par with a mid line Sonicare and the Oral B. However, you also get the water flosser and five floss heads.
    Top that with the sonic toothbrush, and 2 brush heads, and you have the perfect combo for a healthy mouth.
    The only thing I can report that may push some away from purchasing this is the sonic brush has two speeds.
    I feel the low is too slow and the high is a bit too fast. However I also feel it does a fantastic job and in my opinion, beats out Sonicare in the tooth cleaning department.
    If you have never used a sonic toothbrush, this combo is your chance. Use the low and you are good to go. Then when you are ready, brush on high and you will feel your teeth gleaming.
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