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Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser

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Price: $59.99 + $9.98 shipping
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WP-100 each
  • 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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Waterpik Ultra Water Flosser + Waterpik Replacement Jet Tips - JT-100E - 2 Pack + Water Pik Ultra Pik Pocket Replacement Tips
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Product Description

Size: WP-100 each

From the Manufacturer

Waterpik Water Flossers are the easy and more effective way to floss



Reduce gingivitis with a Waterpik Water Flosser
The Waterpik Water Flosser is more effective than Sonicare Air Floss for improving gum health. View larger




The Easy and More Effective Way to Floss

The 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 Gums

Whether 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.

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(WP-100)
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(WP-260)
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(WP-60)
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Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser
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Ultra Water Flosser Water Flosser for Kids Classic Water Flosser Cordless Plus Water Flosser Cordless Water Flosser
Model Type Countertop Models Cordless Models
Pause Button on Handle Yes No No No No
Removable Cling Labels No Yes (20) No No No
Pulses Per Minute 1400 1400 1400 1450 1450
Pressure Range 10-90 psi 10-90 psi 10-90 psi 45-75 psi 45-75 psi
Flow Rate on Highest Setting 400 mL/min 400 mL/min 400 mL/min 300 mL/min 260 mL/min
Pressure Settings 10 3 6 2 2 (change tips)
Reservoir Capacity 90+ seconds
650 mL
60+ seconds
450 mL
90+ seconds
1000 mL
45 seconds
210 mL
30 seconds
150 mL
Tips Included with Unit 6 2 3 4 2
Classic Jet Tip 2 1 2 2 2 (high & low pressure)
Pik Pocket Tip 1 1
Plaque Seeker Tip 1 1
Orthodontic Tip 1 1 1
Toothbrush Tip 1

Remove plaque
Effective Plaque Removal
Proven in laboratory tests to remove up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas in 3 seconds.


Improve gum health
Improved Gum Health
Clinically proven up to 50% more effective than dental floss for improving gum health.


Clean braces more effectively
Superior Cleaning Around Braces
Clinically proven up to 3X as effective as dental floss for cleaning around braces with the orthodontic tip.


14 days for healthier gums, guaranteed
Healthier Gums Guaranteed
If 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.

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.

Product Details

Size: WP-100 each
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 9 x 6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B000GLRREU
  • UPC: 073950378192 720189222900 021652489517 971471656532 073950278195
  • Item model number: WP-100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5,787 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #410 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
5 star
3,843
4 star
1,165
3 star
367
2 star
166
1 star
246
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So much better than using string floss.
leo
It gets food particles out of your teeth, even after brushing and flossing.
Mz. Ski
Recommended by the dentist for better cleaning and improved gum health.
Mary B. Davison

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Size Name: WP-100 each Verified Purchase
Length: 3:55 Mins
UPDATE: 1/24/2014 - Waterpik has a new model, the Aquarius Model WP660C, Waterpik Aquarius Professional Water Flosser, White Satin Base with Crystal Clear Reservoir. It's been updated with a few new features. It has a gum massage feature and to help you pace your flossing it pulses at 30 and 60 seconds. It runs for 90 seconds on a full tank at the highest pressure setting. The WP-100W has a clunky storage space on the top for storing the tips and the WP-660C does away with that while allowing the storage of two tips between the reservoir and body of the waterpik. It is much lighter in weight (not sure if that's good or not) and is attractive in a waterpik kind of way. You may want to consider checking out my review of the WP-660C before making your decision on which to get. I actually prefer this Ultra WP-100W in spite of the new features of the Aquarius WP-660C

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I'm very pleased with this Waterpik Ultra WP-100W water flosser. Prior to this I owned an Interplak Dental Water Jet, 1 each and I was quite happy with how long it lasted. That one lasted 3 years with daily use and started to leak at the handle so I decided it was time to buy a new one. Unable to locate the same thing locally, I decided to purchase the Waterpik WP-100 and so far I find it superior to the Interplak.

The Waterpik operates on 120V, 60Hz only.
Measures at the base 5.5" wide, 4.75" deep.
Cord length is about 54" which is quite generous.

It's got a small footprint so doesn't take up much counter space.
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1,239 of 1,284 people found the following review helpful By Katy Lake VINE VOICE on December 1, 2007
Size Name: WP-100 each Verified Purchase
I've always prided myself on my good teeth. I thought that flossing and brushing was enough...that was until I went to the dentist, and he said I had the beginnings of periodontal disease. That scared the hell out of me.

I went home and started using the Sonicare I had bought but never plugged in. That was good, but not enough - I bought a Waterpik because obviously flossing wasn't cutting it.

I had never used a Waterpik before, and it was some revelation! I'm still amazed that there are some Waterpik oldtimers who say this machine isn't strong enough...uh, for what? Peeling paint off a brick wall? This thing absolutely knocked my socks off when it came to the PRESSURE.

I started out at 2 and worked my way up to 7 - it still stings like mad, but I'm getting used to it by now. I put Listerine in the tank to increase the anti-bacteria result.

My dentist went on vacation, and I had to cancel another appointment, so it happened that almost two months had elapsed since the last time I had seen him. In that time, I faithfully brushed with the Sonicare four times a day and used the Waterpik at least once (several tankfuls of water and Listerine worth.)

Regarding the leaking people talk about - the only time the tank leaks, I notice, is if I put my fingers on the seal when I'm refilling it. If I'm careful to keep my fingers away from that seal, the tank is water tight.

So when I returned for my check-up, the dentist was AMAZED. He wasn't sure what I had done, but he said my gums looked pink and healthy! He had said initially I'd have to get my teeth cleaned every three months because I must be one of those people who gets a tartar build up quicker than other people...well, I had worked religiously on scaling back the plaque.
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1,669 of 1,735 people found the following review helpful By john charles webb on September 22, 2006
Size Name: WP-100 each
As far as "Water Piks" go this model is pretty snazzy and seems to work quite well. It comes with 8 attachments:

* 3 standard jets * 3 tongue cleaners * 1 pik pocket (cute name) for deeper gum purging and * 1 orthodontic tip (with small brush on end) for cleaning braces.

- The 'tongue cleaners' are worthless contrivances that simulate drowning.

You can clean your tongue much better with a standard tooth brush (although a coated tongue generally indicates the need for a dietary change, like more fruit, salad and less gunky foods).

- The orthodontic tip seems that it will work great for braces.

- The pik pocket (narrow tip) does not work as good as it should. Rather than increasing the water pressure the narrower tip actually slows it down. It may be convenient in some tight spots. It is good to have but seems to be of rather limited use compared with the standard jet tips.

The standard jet tips work quite excellently (4 stars) and will surprise you with how much junk is left behind by regular brushing and flossing.

- Most adult dental problems are caused by infrequent (below the gum line) professional cleaning and/or ignoring to floss. The Waterpik is designed to give you a significant 'edge' in keeping your teeth and gums in good condition by getting between the teeth and below (somewhat) the gum line to remove the 'left-behind gunk' before it turns into plaque, bleeding gums, and a myriad of problem$$$. Poor oral hygiene is the main cause of tooth-loss regardless of age.

- This "Ultra" model is powerful (100 watts) and does the job of power-washing your teeth and gums quite well.
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