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Interplak Dental Water Jet, 1 each

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  • 7 setting pressure control
  • Easy fill covered tank holds water, dental rinse or mouthwash
  • On/Off switch
  • Small and compact

Product Description

Model WJ6. Recommended by dentists. Flushes out plaque and food debris. Reverses gingivitis and helps prevent gum disease. Safe and effective for all dental work. Use with your favorite mouthwash. Includes: Hinged cover; 4 water jet tips - provide powerful pinpoint cleaning action. Color coded for family use; measurements; convenient cord storage - under unit keeps countertop neat; on/off control; reservoir with handle - makes filling the tank easy; convenient extra long 3-foot hose; 7-position pressure control - for comfortable pulsating action. Attachments available wherever Interplak products are sold.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F54AQA
  • UPC: 777785655212 085452100669
  • Item model number: WJ6R/WJ6RW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,710 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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This is the worse model water jet I have ever owned.
W. Bentrim
Only dislike is that the on-off switch is hard to turn off with one hand while holding the tip with the other; because the unit is so small it tends to move.
The first one quit working just before the 2 year warranty expired.

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146 of 146 people found the following review helpful By M. Erb #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 19, 2008
At the ripe old age of 54, I have braces. The Orthodontist recommended oral irrigation as superior to laborious flossing around the braces.

Being a guy prone to do a lot of research prior to purchasing anything, I did the whole research thing and found that all oral irrigation machines, no matter from what company (WaterPik, ViaJet, Interplak, whomever) all have lots of negative reviews. It seems they are all prone to leaking, breaking, tipping over and a host of other issues.

That being the case, I decided to start at the low end of the pricing scale and see if the cheaper machine with pretty good ratings would work for me. So I bought the Conair Interplak WJ64.

Yes it is cheesy feeling...very cheap in its construction. It is also very light weight, particularly the base. When attempting to remove the reservoir, the base usually comes up off the counter right along with the reservoir so it takes two hands to remove it...one hand holding the base, the other grabbing and lifting the reservoir. This is not that big of a deal, but it is indicative of the lightness of the unit.

The reservoir is just the right size for a single rinsing of the mouth but the small size does make the overall "footprint" of the unit small too. That is a good thing as it does not take up a lot of space on the bathroom counter.

As for the tip holders on the unit...forget it. The tips easily fall out ending up on the counter/floor. Stash the un-used tips in a drawer and save yourself the daily frustration. I only use the standard tip and suspect most people would do the same. For my usage, the other tips don't serve much purpose as I also use an electric toothbrush and don't need to use the other tips.

The pressure from this machine is totally sufficient.
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90 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Lionheart on August 1, 2006
Yeah, yeah, I know. It's been awhile since I have annotated a review here. Sorry. Here we go....

The WJ6R is a water jet designed to have wonderful potential, but unfortunate stops way short of being a perfect oral hygiene device. I believe it has about 8 waterflow settings. And if it is power you seek, the WJ6 has plenty of it for you. That being said, I now present to you my humble pros and cons:


Power. Undoubtedly plenty of it.

Reach. The length between the hand device and the base is more than enough. If you are 6-feet and plus, you can actually stand erect in the mirror while utilizing this apparatus.

Compact. If you seek a water jet that consumes little space on your sink, this model is for you.

Options. An inventive array of oral cleansing devices. They slip on the hand device easily but are sometimes a bit difficult to remove.


Lightweight. This machine is lacking in weight, even when filled with fluids. Either that or a different design needs to be implored on the bottom to prevent the base from moving too easily.

Fluid shut off. Now this is the the greatest con of this machine. You have a flow shut off on the handle. But gosh darn it, who in the heck in their infinite wisdom decided to create it so that you must hold the button IN in order to present fluid from jetting out! That needs to be reversed, for crying out loud. You should have to push a button on the handle to ALLOW fluid to flow. I do not know how many times when I turn the device on at the base, I forget to hold the handle button in. So I inadvertently create a waterflow mess during initial operation.

Options holder. Inefficient! There are four places where you can rest your hygiene options.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By pnw fan on December 18, 2006
I agree there are things to improve about this product. However, after using a couple other models over the years and reading reviews of other similar devices, I decided to give this item a strong four stars. For me the price, the power and the longevity (so far) have added up to a darn good deal.

What I like: I like that there is a dial on the power setting, rather than a high/low only option. (And the strong massaging pressure feels very cleansing on my gums.) There is a flip top, so, when I'm not using the water jet, I can keep the reservoir in place, but dust doesn't gather in the bowl. Although the machine is not tiny and does not seem to be built to take traveling, it is compact enough for my small countertop.

The not so good: I wish the cord were better designed; I have to play a little detangle-and-unspin game when I finish using it. And what sounds to be a common theme of these devices is that the water reservoir isn't large enough. To solve that, I fill a container with water and have it on stand-by to refill the reservoir rather than taking off the reservoir to fill in the sink.

As you can tell, I've found rather minor negatives, but that's not to say I anticipate the motor lasting forever because I have yet to encounter a waterpik or water jet these days that seems built to last. That's the reason for the four rather than five stars -- products should be built to last rather than need to be replaced every few years and piled into a landfill.

That said, I think this water jet was a very good deal for my money.
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