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QuickBreeze - Dental Oral Irrigator

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Important Information

Indications
Pain and/or bleeding when brushing. Foul odors.***Loose teeth.***Firmly attached plaque cannot be removed except by a dental hygienist using tools. Before plaque becomes firmly attached,(tartar) it is loosely attached (bio-film). The irrigator removes the bio-film that will harbor the tissue destroying bacteria under your gum line. It also cleans an infected area so it can heal. It acts the same way as keeping an external wound clean facilitates healing.

Ingredients
***Chrome Plated Brass*** Not plastic*** One oral irrigator valve; two tips, one yellow and one green, tip holder. Tips are designed to give a fan spray, not a needle spray, which could damage delicate gum tissue.***The QuickBreeze fits 99% of all faucets in use.

Directions
Just attach it to your faucet and you're ready to go. Your teeth and gums are gently irrigated. Hard to reach food particles get breezed away, as does plaque along the gum line. In minutes, your whole mouth looks and feels great. And when you're done, just remove your QuickBreeze and store it away till the next day. It's simply the easiest way to keep your mouth clean and healthy.

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Product Description

Easy Faucet Installation- No Plumber Required Faucet Adapter easily connects to faucets by replacing the existing faucet aerator with the QuickBreeze designed diverter valve adapter. The QuickBreeze adapter will fit most faucets that have a removable aerator with male or female threads. ----Fits all standard US plumbing 15/16"- 27x55/64"-27 inside/outside thread. The new aerator you receive stays on your faucet and the QuickBreeze valve snaps on and off. Its Breeze n Store design means you can breeze when you want and quickly store your QuickBreeze when you are done.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 2 x 3.5 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000H68J2S
  • UPC: 837545000031
  • Item model number: QB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (539 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,602 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

The product was very easy to install.
E. Ziman
After installing the faucet, I simply removed the aerator and replaced it with the quick fit adapter.
Alan Whitman
You can't go wrong with this product or this company.
The Reluctant Technologist

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

266 of 272 people found the following review helpful By The Reluctant Technologist on December 3, 2007
I've been using an oral irrigator as part of my dental hygienics for a long time. I use to be a Waterpik fan for many years until recently. My first Waterpik lasted over ten years. Fair enough for a home appliance. So about a year ago I bought their new model; big mistake. The cheap brittle hose snapped after a few months. Being a technically savvy sort I was able to get the machine apart, and reattach the hose. Then it started breaking at the handle. That took a little more finesse and some Super Glue. After the third time it broke off at the handle, I had my fill with a poorly made product.

So I went in search of an alternative. Oral Breeze's Quikpik QuickPik - Dental Oral Irrigator was the answer for me. It attaches directly to your faucet where you can adjust the water pressure and temperature with you faucet. It does require you to replace your aerator, but that is not a difficult task. Once you've done that, you can simply attach and detach the unit at will.

Oh, did I mention it's made like gang busters and has a life time warranty. And talk about customer service: I had a small problem with one of the tips (it comes with two), so I called Tom at the customer service number. No problem, he sent out two new tips at no extra cost and included a little gift of Therapics to boot. Wow!

I love this thing, no electricity , no ugly thing-a-ma-tub in the bathroom taking up space. I'm a convert, but I guess you figured that out by now.

Addendum: It is now February 2012. Yes, that's five years since my original purchase, and I'm still using my Oral Breeze and loving it.
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99 of 104 people found the following review helpful By E. Ziman on July 21, 2007
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I bought this to have a quieter waterpik for late night use, so I wouldn't disturb people trying to sleep. The sellers sent me an email with helpful tips on gum care and rinsing solutions. The product was very easy to install. Very quiet, and easy to adjust for either hand!
Three issues with it - first is the hose, which is a tiny bit stiff and can be awkward to turn if you don't hold it just right. It can be a bit fiddly to adjust pressure and water temperature, as these are controlled by your faucet handles. (if you live in a house like mine, the water slowly gets too hot, then quickly gets too cold, etc) Last is the spray. Possibly I'm still learning how to use it properly, but I end up with a very fine misty spray all over the place.

In all I'm pleased with it as a backup waterpik. Note if you want to travel with it, you'll have to do some disassembly to any faucet you plan to attach it to.
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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Louise on November 19, 2008
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I've used a Water Pik for years but hated the noise and the big "box" sitting on the sink. When the plastic tubing, which can not be replaced, got a hole in it I saw the Quick Breeze on the website and decided to give it a try. First of all, it's much cheaper, takes up no space on the sink and is quiet....all pluses. I love it. It's a great alternative. It does not pulse like the Water Pic but I think it does a good job irrigating teeth. There was a small white piece that was not in the directions when we installed it. I was having trouble with the plastic tube coming off when there was too much water pressure. I finally discovered that if you push the tube on FIRST, as far as you can, then slide the small while plastic piece over it and push it as far toward the pic as possible it holds it on even under high water pressure. Now it's perfect.
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309 of 344 people found the following review helpful By G. Richardson on April 22, 2009
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By R. Goodman on June 27, 2007
This oral irrigator is well-engineered, well-constructed, is quiet, easy to use, inexpensive and functions beautifully. It uses top-quality materials and is guaranteed for life. It makes all those other clunky, loud, rickety, clumsy contraptions, ah, not so good.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mike on October 28, 2009
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First, 5 Stars for shipping. Oral Breeze shipped the same day I ordered. I ordered on Friday. It arrived US Mail on Monday. You can't do better than that! It was the latest and greatest version, as advertised on the Manufacturer's site. (2 tips, 24 inch tube.) Fantastic.

I've been using the QuickBreeze for a week and a half now. Already I can feel my gums improving (tingling). I give it 4 Stars simply because I can think of a few enhancements that would make it "perfect."

As background, I'm in my mid 50's, and after the eyes (presbyopia) the teeth go next. At my last checkup, my dentist saw the beginning of gingivitis and recommended a Waterpik Ultra Dental Water Jet. I was about to buy one locally and then thought "Amazon!" Good thing I did. Not only was the price lower on Amazon (with free shipping) but I saw a lot of 1 star reviews too. Fortunately, as with Macy's in the movie "Miracle on 34th Street," Amazon isn't afraid to recommend other products to customers. I found the QuickBreeze in the "also viewed" and "also bought" section of the Waterpik page. Never would have known about the QuickBreeze otherwise. Glad I found it.

I probably should send these ideas privately to Mr. Spaulding, but I put them in the public domain so he can use them if he wants without legal hassles of royalties for ideas. (I'm guessing he's thought about them already.)

First, a really small nit... I wish the hose was straight, as shown in the their photo. Mine is coiled, perhaps because it was wrapped for shipping in a small box. Maybe it's a "Mr.
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