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Waterpik Water Flosser Combo Pack - $65

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Picked this up yesterday as well. Likely returning my Waterpik I bought for the wife on sale on Amazon for $49. Pretty sure I paid $59 in store for this combo which includes the Ultra and the Nano. Seemed like a no brainer.

Was actually thinking of posting yesterday but thought it had to have been posted already.
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$59.99 this week in store. Great piece. Been using it for the last 1yr+.
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$5 cheaper in store, and there seems to be plenty of stock
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lowridin_guy wrote: Picked this up yesterday as well. Likely returning my Waterpik I bought for the wife on sale on Amazon for $49. Pretty sure I paid $59 in store for this combo which includes the Ultra and the Nano. Seemed like a no brainer.

Was actually thinking of posting yesterday but thought it had to have been posted already.
Can you help me check the input voltages for the Waterpik Nano?

I want to know if they've updated it to support 220-240V.

The Waterpik for Kids supports it:

"Voltage : Global Voltage; 100 - 240VAC, 60/50Hz"

The last Nano I had...well, it went up in a puff of smoke.
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rugerty100 wrote:
Can you help me check the input voltages for the Waterpik Nano?

I want to know if they've updated it to support 220-240V.

The Waterpik for Kids supports it:

"Voltage : Global Voltage; 100 - 240VAC, 60/50Hz"

The last Nano I had...well, it went up in a puff of smoke.
I tried. https://www.waterpik.com/oral-health/ti ... P-140-310/

The 310 says North America only. https://www.waterpik.com/oral-health/pr ... er/WP-310/

Amazon says the package is all 120V and you'll need a transformer. https://www.amazon.ca/ask/questions/Tx1JFCRAYV2RS1E

If I were to guess these are discontinued so a global model could be introduced.
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Ruciz wrote: I tried. https://www.waterpik.com/oral-health/ti ... P-140-310/

The 310 says North America only. https://www.waterpik.com/oral-health/pr ... er/WP-310/

Amazon says the package is all 120V and you'll need a transformer. https://www.amazon.ca/ask/questions/Tx1JFCRAYV2RS1E

If I were to guess these are discontinued so a global model could be introduced.
Yeah, I see the spec pages, but I was hoping to have a confirmation directly from the stamp on the bottom of the flosser. Thanks though
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rugerty100 wrote: Can you help me check the input voltages for the Waterpik Nano?

I want to know if they've updated it to support 220-240V.

The Waterpik for Kids supports it:

"Voltage : Global Voltage; 100 - 240VAC, 60/50Hz"

The last Nano I had...well, it went up in a puff of smoke.
I opened one (another model) and I believe they are all built the same; AC power goes directly to the AC motor, nothing in between, so it would be 120V/60Hz only.
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Is this as effective as visiting dentist for scaling 3 times a year or is it two different things?
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Has anyone tried the nano unit? Is it powerful enough to make it worth using
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jtcb wrote: Is this as effective as visiting dentist for scaling 3 times a year or is it two different things?
This is equivalent to flossing, albeit weaker than mechanical force of removing plaque/food buildup between your teeth that your toothbrush can't reach.

Scaling is going under your gums to remove the plaque buildup that neither bristles or the waterpik can reach.
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ZenaZ927 wrote: Is it offered at every Costco?
It's in the flyer so should be available everywhere.
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tokinup wrote: Has anyone tried the nano unit? Is it powerful enough to make it worth using
It's got 3 settings - #2 is pretty strong and #3 is very high pressure, although 3 will drain the entire water reservoir in about 30 seconds
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59.99 in store. Bought mine a few years back for around 70 bucks, it's amazing. Highly highly recommend everyone to have a set....and use it, my mouth has had way less canker sores throughout the year and if I did they heal alot faster. These really do keep your mouth cleaner than the regular floss/brush routine. I've found flossing, then using the waterpik, then brushing my teeth and finally using Listerine the best routine that works for oral health.
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Can this be price matched in store. I bought it online for $85 a couple of weeks ago.
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Piklishi wrote: Can this be price matched in store. I bought it online for $85 a couple of weeks ago.
Yee you have 30 days
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