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[Real Canadian Superstore] Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless WP-360C $34.98

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Dec 19, 2016
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calgary

[Real Canadian Superstore] Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless WP-360C $34.98

Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless WP-360C $34.98
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Jr. Member
Jan 21, 2019
101 posts
184 upvotes
Having to fill up every 30 seconds would annoy me no end!
Jr. Member
Feb 6, 2015
174 posts
89 upvotes
Calgary
Benefit here is you could stack with applicable PC Optimum points offer , and redemption promotions (ymmv), but will likely need to spend a certain amount along with groceries.
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Mar 31, 2007
4815 posts
2540 upvotes
To me it's ridiculous to buy this model unless you're using it for travel... and we know about your lack of travel plans for the foreseeable future ;D
Member
Jan 4, 2014
407 posts
534 upvotes
Paris
I have this - it was in the box with a "regular" powered waterpik. It's not as powerful, but does the job. Used when travelling and also at the office - yeah, I have access to a personal washroom.
It's not worth $35.
Newbie
Jul 10, 2014
24 posts
7 upvotes
Waterloo, ON
Been in love with waterpiks since I first tried one. Do not get portable versions. Their battery life sucks and power can't be controlled. Make sure you get a unit that plugs into an outlet.
Member
Jan 1, 2007
296 posts
111 upvotes
Zyphur wrote: That looks like a good price for a good model. Can't decide between getting this or one with a tank though.
I bought it and it works well. Not sure why others would consider one with a tank...yes you need to refill this one twice in one use but at least you don’t have a large ugly water tank sitting on your bathroom counter..
Member
Aug 13, 2015
376 posts
525 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
leungsta wrote: I bought it and it works well. Not sure why others would consider one with a tank...yes you need to refill this one twice in one use but at least you don’t have a large ugly water tank sitting on your bathroom counter..
I've been debating whether to get one or not, mainly comparing a waterflosser against regular floss.
This article suggests that for someone like me (no brace, no dental implant, no arthritis), dental floss may clean better and be less messy.
What made you start using a waterflosser?

TIA
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Nov 30, 2015
338 posts
403 upvotes
Hamilton, ON
I got this during the mega redemption at shoppers a few months back, I was on the fence over this vs the normal one and I ended up with this. I have to say I hate it and should have gone with the regular one. It sucks refilling every 20 seconds, and it's difficult to turn it around to get it spraying just where you want it. On the regular one the head rotates easily and it's easy to get it spraying against the back of the teeth for example. With this you have to rotate the whole thing and it always ends up making a mess.

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