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[Amazon.ca] Philips Sonicare Airfloss Fill and Charge Station, White, Hx8452/23 for $119.99

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[Amazon.ca] Philips Sonicare Airfloss Fill and Charge Station, White, Hx8452/23 for $119.99

This is deal of the day
  • No. 1 Recommended brand by dental professionals
  • Philips Sonicare airfloss removes up to 5X more plaque between teeth than manual toothbrushing alone
  • Philips Sonicare airfloss is gentle on teeth and gums, and safe to use with implants, veneers and orthodontics
  • The fill & charge station automatically fills your airfloss handle in less than 10 seconds upon docking
  • The fill & charge station reservoir holds up to 2 weeks of mouth rinse or water
Philips Sonicare Airfloss Flosser Interdental Health is also available for $79.99
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Newbie
Jan 2, 2019
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Looks cool but the reviews are pretty bad, sounds like it's a poor design.
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Apr 8, 2006
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I got the older one. Didn't use it at all. It doesn't work well. I rather use the single string floss instead. Maybe the newer one is better. Mine only burst once per push.
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We went from minty string to water jet to air. Just waiting for science to figure out a solution so we dont need to floss!
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Newbie
Jan 13, 2020
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Not a good sign when the 5X comparison is vs brushing alone. I want to know how much plaque it removes in comparison to flossing. I'm guessing the answer is less.
Member
Dec 8, 2006
396 posts
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Scarborough
This may seem a bit odd.....my Waterpik broke so I started using my extendable shower head and just smiled....kinda like a power washer in essence. Yes, the first time was a BIT too intense but seemed to do a better job than my dental floss or dental floss sticks. I do a bit of "oil pulling" a few times/week with awesome results.

Most importantly when I gave up on sugars and grains....I pretty much do not develop plaque. I am not "carnivore" but I think diet has a lot to do with mouth and gum health.
Deal Guru
Feb 19, 2008
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London
How does this compare to a Waterpik?

I was looking at buying one of those soon
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Aug 31, 2009
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Toronto
Even for sonicare products, only the diamond clean is the best product. other models are just not that good.
Newbie
Feb 15, 2020
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This was what I bought for my brother as a Christmas gift which he really loved (he has a thing for hygiene lol)
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cdfegab wrote: Even for sonicare products, only the diamond clean is the best product. other models are just not that good.
I bought a toothbrush called fairywill on Amazon. I got it to take on vacation since I always lose something. I used it once and have since dropped sonicare diamond brush. For $30 it is so much better and the single charge lasts a month vs 7 days with sonicare
Jr. Member
Mar 7, 2011
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Toronto
I bought Airfloss from costco years ago and returned it immediately after giving it a try..
it was very bad, much worse than waterpik. Airfloss did a very poor job in flossing.

IMHO, get a waterpik from costco when it is on sale. Besides the orignal waterpik, it even comes with a travel unit, which is smaller and a litte less powerful.

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