• Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser
  • Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser

Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser

AED553.00

Brand Waterpik
Other Corded Electric
Color Blue/White
Department Teak
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
UPC 073950378192 720189222900 881364686358 073950186315 073950278201 802418488261 794437517933 021652489517 073950290760 783318978246 715933314451 971471656532 073950139571 792217539885 799472740247 792217496430 884477268169 073950278195 074940278195 739502980915
Manufacturer Water Pik
SKU 3289046715

About this item Water jet is clinically proven to be up to 93-percent more effective than flossing Advanced control delivers a water pressure of 10 to 90 PSI with 1200 pulses per minute Removes debris and bacteria lodged deep between teeth and below the gum-line Significant oral health benefit for people who wear braces, have diabetes, and gum disease Includes 6 color-coded tips Rinse the item thoroughly after usage to avoid calcification of sugar content in the reservoir and hose

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Product Description Premium dental water jet with dramatically improved design, large selection of accessories. Dentists' choice. Clinically proven. Covered lid tip storage. 6 tips included: 2 Classic Jet Tip, Plaque Seeker Tip, Orthodontic Tip, Pik Pocket Tip and Toothbrush Tip. From the Manufacturer The Waterpik Water Flosser is more effective than Sonicare Air Floss for improving gum health. View larger View the Water Flosser Tip Selector GuideThe Easy and More Effective Way to FlossThe Waterpik Water Flosser is the easy and more effective way to floss. And it's perfect for anyone with braces, implants, crowns, bridges, or periodontal pockets. Water flossing for about a minute a day comfortably removes up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas as it gently massages the gums to improve overall oral health. Waterpik Water Flossers are the only brand clinically proven to be up to 50% more effective than traditional dental floss and up to 80% more effective than Sonicare Air Floss for improving gum health.10 Water Pressure Settings for Healthier GumsWhether you prefer gentle water pressure or deep cleansing, the Ultra Water Flosser's 10 adjustable water-pressure settings give you optimal control. Select a personalized setting between 10 to 90 PSI with 1,400 pulses per minute to keep your gums healthy. The Ultra Water Flosser cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline, while massaging and stimulating the gums. Clinical studies show that when used regularly, the Ultra Water Flosser gives you healthier gums in just 14 days. Improved Design is Quieter and Ergonomic The Ultra Water Flosser's improved design features a high-volume, covered reservoir with an in-lid tip storage compartment. It is also smaller and quieter than previous models. And its ergonomic handle design is comfortable to hold and offers a convenient pause button.About Water Pik, Inc.Since 1962, Water Pik, Inc. has been a leader in developing and manufacturing innovative personal and oral health care products. Over the years, Water Pik has acquired more than 500 patents, maintaining a steadfast commitment to developing innovative products that enable people to treat themselves better. Waterpik brand products are recognized for their award-winning design and technology.With the number-one recommended Water Flosser, Waterpik is one of the most trusted oral-health brands of dental professionals throughout the world. The company is committed to developing products that not only enhance the health and well-being of customers, but also conserve water and energy. Compare Waterpik Water FlossersWaterpik Ultra Water Flosser(WP-100)Waterpik Water Flosser for Kids (WP-260)Waterpik Classic Water Flosser(WP-60)Waterpik Cordless Plus Water Flosser(WP-450)Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser(WP-360)Model TypeCountertop ModelsCordless ModelsPause Button on HandleYesNoNoNoNoRemovable Cling LabelsNoYes (20)NoNoNoPulses Per Minute14001400140014501450Pressure Range10-90 psi10-90 psi10-90 psi45-75 psi45-75 psiFlow Rate on Highest Setting400 mL/min400 mL/min400 mL/min300 mL/min260 mL/minPressure Settings103622 (change tips)Reservoir Capacity90+ seconds650 mL60+ seconds450 mL90+ seconds1000 mL45 seconds210 mL30 seconds150 mLTips Included with Unit62342Classic Jet Tip21222 (high & low pressure)Pik Pocket Tip11Plaque Seeker Tip11Orthodontic Tip111Toothbrush Tip1 Effective Plaque RemovalProven in laboratory tests to remove up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas in 3 seconds. Improved Gum HealthClinically proven up to 50% more effective than dental floss for improving gum health. Superior Cleaning Around BracesClinically proven up to 3X as effective as dental floss for cleaning around braces with the orthodontic tip. Healthier Gums GuaranteedIf you aren't satisfied that your gums are healthier after using the Waterpik Water Flosser for 14 days, feel free to return it to us for a full refund.

Brand Waterpik
0 Corded Electric
Color Blue/White
Department Teak
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
UPC 073950378192 720189222900 881364686358 073950186315 073950278201 802418488261 794437517933 021652489517 073950290760 783318978246 715933314451 971471656532 073950139571 792217539885 799472740247 792217496430 884477268169 073950278195 074940278195 739502980915
Manufacturer Water Pik

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Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2017 5.0 out of 5 stars

I have been a Hygienist for 20 years now. Those people who have been using THIS product from THIS company do not spend as much money in the dental office as others do. In fact, other that getting their teeth clean, they do not spend any more. The water pick puts air and water down under the tissue and kills the bacteria that causes periodontal disease. The bacteria that causes this disease is anaerobic and lives where there is no air. The water flushes out particles that you miss when brushing and flossing which can cause decay. To get good results, you must use it every day.I make sure all my patients know about this. Start your kids with this habit when they start braces or age 10, and you will save a lot of money. .I have bought many of these units for my patients that can not afford them. Amazon has the best prices on these products. This is the unit to get.H. P. Oldershaw, RDH . Read more

Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2015 5.0 out of 5 stars

Quick overview of notable features:WP-660= lightweight, LED panel, timer, massage setting.WP-100 Ultra= built solidly, better accessory holder (holds more/easy to reach), overall cleaner appearance (coils/wand go back neatly). WP-660c. "New model"• The new WP-660 is lighter (610 grams), but feels flimsy/cheap.•Case is very thin.• Clear water reservoir container, BUT you can't read the measurements when attached because they face/covered by the small accessory storage area.• Accessory storage holder only holds TWO tips (you receive 7 tips total/3 are the same). Inconviently placed on the inside.• Wand holder is much smaller and narrow. The coils are difficultto put back neatly due to this downgrade. This gives the unit an unkept appearance.• More compact, but it is taller and you lose the accessory tip holder.• Does have a stutter at 30 seconds and 1 minute. A nice feature.• Does have a "massage" mode. The other nice feature.• LED panel--------------------------//------------------------- WP-100 Ultra. "Older model"• The older WP-100(ultra) is heavier (1,100 grams), but feels much sturdier.• Blue colored water reservoir, but you can read the measurements.• Comes with 6 tips (only 2 regular tips instead of 3, otherwise the same as WP-660)• Accessory storage unit holds 4 tips. Located on top of reservoir for easy access.• Wand holder is wider and longer, but is very easy to use. The coils neatly go back without much (if any) effort. This makes the entire unit look clean and maintained.*Here is a link of a side by side comparison: http://waterflosserreviews.com/waterpik-ultra-vs-aquarius/ Read more

Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2015 5.0 out of 5 stars

I have terrible, swollen, bloody gums and a lower bottom tooth that is slightly mobile. I brush, string floss (not often do I floss), and use special mouth wash daily. My gums were still sensitive and bloody. I kid you not, by the SECOND day of using the water pick/flosser nightly, the swelling around my bottom front teeth decreased. By the THIRD day, the extreme bleeding has subsided and my gums hurt waaaaaaaay less. I just use the daily pick attachment and have thus far seen incredible results. I fill up the container with hot water and pick away until the water is gone. My gums were sore the first night but have gotten so much better. I can't believe I waited so long to buy this! One of the best investments I have made concerning my oral health. Read more

Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2016 4.0 out of 5 stars

After reading reviews, I chose this model over the Aquarius model which seemed more like a downgrade rather than an improved model. I purchased this about 3 months before an upcoming, long-overdue, and much-needed cleaning. I’d wanted one of these for years, and I was convinced that this would enable me to get at least a “pass” mark from the hygienist. I used it religiously, swishing with peroxide beforehand (which I personally…rightly or wrongly…believe helps soften the plaque) and I brushed and flossed, even using a dental pick to scrape away as much as I could. The final result: I don’t think my hygienist was greatly impressed, but was too polite to actually insult the mess my teeth were in. However, as I drilled (no pun intended) both her and my dentist, it was very clear that they both recommended the Philips Sonicare Toothbrush with Sanitizer. They both said that there’s no way you can manually clean your teeth as well as an electric brush can (for the record, they weren’t selling them). And the hygienist, who personally uses both the Sonicare and Waterflosser, recommended the Sonicare over the Waterflosser if you are only going to use one or the other. So I now brush with the Sonicare, then floss, which still leaves loosened debris in between my teeth, and then sometimes (when I’m not too lazy) I blast it out with the Waterflosser. I’ve also added a dental pick which my hygienist recommended: Sunstar GUM soft-picks…kind of like a little Christmas tree that you can poke between the base of your teeth to scrub them and get rid of stuff that gets trapped in there (a particular problem that I have because my teeth are tight at the tops, but wider apart at the base.) Final evaluation: Don’t expect this to clean your teeth if they’re not already sparkling, but after a good cleaning, this can be one part of a more extensive program to help keep your teeth clean until the next checkup. If you don’t have one already, get the Sonicare first. It’s been 6 months since my last cleaning, and my teeth are still looking good…I don’t see any plaque build-up, and that’s a major improvement for me. In the long run, it’s cheaper to take care of your teeth daily than have root canals, fillings, crowns, bridges, and dentures. Take care of them now and they’ll take care of you later. I give it 4 stars (I like it) instead of 5 (I love it) because I feel the Sonicare will give you more bang for your buck for standard cleaning, but if you really need this for serious dental problems, it would probably worth its weight in gold to you. It is a good product, especially if you’re not a careful flosser. I’m not sorry I purchased it. Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 27, 2020 1.0 out of 5 stars

I've had two of these previously over about six years, and they've both worked just fine (they both lasted around 3 years each before the motor went, but you can't have everything I guess?).The other day I ordered a new one. It came next day, but on first use it didn't seem to be pumping out the water particularly fast, then after maybe 20 seconds or so it ground to a halt. I tried it in all 3 rooms with a shaver socket, exactly the same outcome.Amazon sent a replacement, but the exact same problem. So:1. I've had 2 of these previously, 1 ordered 2014, the other in 2016, both worked fine;2. I've just had 2 of these faulty ones and had to send them back;3. If you plug them into a regular wall socket (with an adaptor), they seem to work ok - but this is useless, they are designed to work with shaver sockets, in bathrooms, which is where people clean their teeth.Either:1. They've changed the design - maybe we now get a euro model that just doesn't work well with UK shaver sockets?2. Amazon just has a bad batch?Either way, I won't be ordering any Waterpik products again, which is a shame as I've used this Waterpik water flosser for years now and was very happy. Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 6, 2020 5.0 out of 5 stars

I purchased one three years ago and it sat in the cupboard for 2 years. In the last year with the covid19 making it difficult to see dentists, I finally started to use it. What a revelation! Not only have my gums stop bleeding by 90% but my breath and overall oral hygiene has improved. I find the brush adapter particularly helpful because I can combine brushing initially with system switched off followed by irrigation to thoroughly flushed out the debris. And if you think you did a good job brushing and flossing beforehand - take a look at water gushing out into the sink and all the hidden particles of food under the gum line coming out! The system is easy to use and I love that the lid has a compartment to store the different head adapters. So happy with the product that I ordered a second as a Birthday gift for my old dad!One major tip: fill system with only warm water and start on lowest setting before moving up - your teeth will thank you for it! Read more

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 26, 2019 1.0 out of 5 stars

Originally purchased a Waterpik Ultra in June 2015 and was very pleased. My daughter wanted one so purchased one for her in May 2019 - the unit was called a Waterpik WP100 but looked identical to original I had. Unit arrived and when operated sounded very different - the pump motor seemed to be struggling and after a few seconds the thermal overload in the shaving socket tripped. Tried several times with same result. Returned item for a replacement. The replacement was a little better but still tripped after around 20 seconds. Tried the unit in 3 different shaver sockets with the same result. Thought I was just unlucky so attempted to get a 2nd replacement. Amazon advised that they would not make another replacement because they wanted to investigate if there was a problem with their stock - although it remained available on their web-site (?). I'm just about to try again - but this time I'm going for the newer version - the WP-662UK. Hope this one is OK. Read more

Reviewed in France on November 30, 2017 1.0 out of 5 stars

Si vous êtes une personne normale, vous lisez d’abord les commentaires 1 étoile ^^ .La majorité satisfaite se tait souvent, les pas contents se manifestent souvent !Perso j’ADORE cet outil, et je vous fais ici un récap des arguments négatifs qui tiennent le moins la route à mon sens.Pour info, je n’ai pas d’actions chez WaterPik, je n’y travaille pas, et je n’en vends pas…Voici les points relevés par d’autres utilisateurs et mon avis :>> “ il faut appuyer sur le bouton de la poignée si l'on ne veut pas arroser toute la salle de bien”… ou sinon on met tout simplement l’embout dans la bouche avant d’allumer l’appareil (O_o ??). Perso je n’utilise JAMAIS le bouton pressoir, un peu gadget effectivement. Tout juste utile pour réduire la pression le temps de sortir l’embout de la bouche et d’éteindre l’appareil, l’eau s’écoulera encore mais sans éclabousser. Encore une fois, vous mettez l’embout dans la bouche, vous allumer l’appareil, puis quand vous avez fini vous éteignez et ensuite vous retirer l’embout, et vous n’aurez jamais aucun souci.>> “Beaucoup moins performant que le Water-pik que j'utilisais avant. Pression très faible”. Effectivement mes parents en avaient un antédiluvien, mais au final trop puissant, carrément dangereux pour la gencive à mon goût. Peut-être que des normes sont passées par là, en tout cas oui c’est un peu moins puissant que les vieux modèles. Mais toujours 100% suffisant pour nettoyer une dentition d’humain. Un doute subsiste si vous avez un crocodile ou un tyrannosaure à la maison….>> “Décue... pas de rotation, autrement dit les brosses ne servent à rien... […] De plus ce n'est pas précisé dans l'annonce”. Bah les brosses servent à brosser, je crois même que dans le manuel il est précisé que ce n’est QUE pour l’entretien d’appareil dentaires (bagues). Pour l’usage classique, la brosse n’est pas utile/recommandée. Sinon, effectivement il n’est pas marqué qu’elles ne tournent pas, mais de la même manière il n’est pas marqué que l’appareil ne fait pas le café, ne permet pas la vidange de votre voiture, et ne fait pas les courses…. !!! qui va mettre dans une description la liste de ce qu’un appareil ne fait pas ??? commentaire bizarre…>> “ca fait plus effet de jouet qu'un appareil costaud” d’après moi, pas besoin d’avoir un appareil en titane pour que ce soit costaud. La pression est au rendez-vous, le reste effectivement c’est du plastique mais en 10 ans d’utilisation (2 à 3 fois par semaines environ), je n’ai jamais cassé une pièce, l’appareil est intact.>> “la pression parait bien faible […] c'est ma subjectivité qui me fait écrire que c'est pas efficace” je suis un utilisateur chevronné, et je règle l’appareil sur 8 (sur le curseur de 1 à 10), au-delà ce serait sans doute plus douloureux, en dessous c’est pour ma compagne (qui l’utilise moins). Personnellement je n’ai rien à redire sur la pression. Pour vous raconter ma vie, mon Tonton avait fait le tour des appareils du marché (il a du temps et de l’argent) et en a conclu que c’est le plus performant. Même au sein de la gamme WaterPik c’est le seul qui tient la route, l’espèce de grosse brosse à dent avec réservoir incorporé ne fait pas le job…Je ne remets pas en doute les gens qui parlent de problème de bouton coincé, j’imagine que ça peut effectivement arriver perso je n’ai jamais eu de souci.Je répète que le bouton pressoir sur le manche est un gadget pour réduire la pression le temps de manipuler l’appareil, mais référez-vous à mon premier contre-argument pour comprendre que c’est un faux problème et que la manœuvre de contournement est bête comme chou.En résumé, d’après moi, foncez, c’est le meilleur du marché.PS : je vais chez le dentiste environ tous les 7 ou 8 ans, c’est à chaque fois un différent, mais j’ai toujours droit à « ah c’est bien, vous avez fait un détartrage récemment » ^^ … MOUARF !PS2 : après une période sans utilisation (vacances ou autres), disons une dizaine de jour, et malgré des brossages quotidiens efficaces, il y a toujours lorsque je réutilise mon waterpik une petite odeur qui se dégage de mes molaires, le genre qui sort d’habitude de votre collègue dont tout le monde dit qu’il pue de la g***** ! C’est à ça que vous vous rendrez compte de l’efficacité de l’appareil, l’odeur vient de ce qu’il décolle, décrasse, et qui stagnait entre vos dents (là où la brosse à dent ne va pas, l’électrique non plus). C’est comme sentir le fil dentaire tout juste utilisé, c’est dégueu, mais ça prouve que l’on n’a pas fait ça pour rien…. Read more

Reviewed in Spain on November 28, 2017 1.0 out of 5 stars

Muy mal, me ha durado solo 5 meses, hace bien si función pero es la misma máquina que las otras marcas, y para colmo esta vale el doble...tuve el mismo modelo de la marca Mx onda y también me duro unos pocos meses asiq decidí comprar el de marca buena, este de waterpik ( idéntico modelo) y doble de precio. Para nada, solo ha durado 5 meses! Es exacto al de marcas más baratas, asiq no os engañéis por la marca, waterpik igual de churrero que las marcas nisu. comprar el más barato porq ya sabéis que va a durar medio año. Un engaño Waterpik. Read more

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