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Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless Rechargeable WP-360W

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  • #1 dentist choice
  • Healthier gums in 2 weeks, guaranteed
  • Deep cleaning oral care
  • Rechargeable and great for travel
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Waterpik Waterflosser Cordless Rechargeable WP-360W + Waterpik Dental Water Jet Replacement High Pressure Jet Tips (Pack of 2) + Water Pik Ultra Pik Pocket Replacement Tips
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Easier and more effective than flossing with string, the Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser WP 360 powers away plaque and debris between teeth and below the gumline for a deep, thorough clean. Two custom tips deliver low- or high-pressure cleaning to meet your needs. And its rechargeable, battery-free design provides convenience and flexibility.

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Waterpik Cordless
Water Flosser WP 360
At a glance:
  • Easier and more effective than string flossing; cleans teeth and massages gums

  • Device takes up less countertop space

  • Two tips deliver high or low water pressure

  • Cordless, rechargeable design requires no batteries

  • Backed by a one-year warranty
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Waterpik Cordless Waterflosser WP 360

WP 360 is clinically proven to be up to twice as effective as string floss at improving gum health. View larger.

Waterpik Cordless Waterflosser WP 360

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More Effective and Comfortable Than Floss
Finally, there is an easier, more effective alternative to string floss: the Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser WP 360. The WP 360 is ideal for those who don't like to floss, as well as for anyone who wants a deep clean that floss simply can't provide. Water flossing for about a minute a day conveniently and comfortably removes up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas and gently massages the gums to improve overall oral health. The WP 360 is clinically proven to be up to twice as effective as string floss at improving gum health.

Two Tips Clean in Specialized Ways
For a customized clean, choose between the High-Pressure Classic Jet Tip or the Low-Pressure Classic Jet Tip. The High-Pressure Classic Jet Tip is best for general use. It cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline for healthier gums. The Low-Pressure Classic Jet Tip is ideal for gently cleaning sensitive areas of the gums.

Rechargeable Design Provides Flexibility
The cordless, rechargeable design of the WP 360 lets you walk away from the charger for maximum mobility and convenience. Never worry about batteries running out. Simply recharge the unit between uses. In addition, the WP 360's improved shape takes up less space on the bathroom countertop.

The Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser WP 360 is backed by a one-year warranty.

About Water Pik, Inc.: Treat Yourself Better
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.

What's in the Box
One Waterpik Cordless Water Flosser WP 360, one High-Pressure Classic Jet Tip, one Low-Pressure Classic Jet Tip, Owner's Manual, and Quick Start Guide.


Product Description

Convenient, hand held, cordless dental water jet for healthy gums.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 1.9 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B0002AHY6Q
  • UPC: 073950258609
  • Item model number: WP-360W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,048 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,385 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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This product is very easy to use.
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Then over the next 3 months the battery charge lasted less and less time.
J. Coleman
I have to refill the small water reservoir to do a thorough cleaning.
Barbara Fischer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

992 of 1,006 people found the following review helpful By M. Allen Greenbaum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 11, 2007
What we got here is a bimodal distribution!

People either sing the praises of the "Water Jet," or wish to relegate it to the dung heap of poorly designed consumables. Who's right? While there's no one answer to that, here are some things you might want to consider:

Pros:

1. Portability. The unit is rechargeable, and doesn't use a cord, thus increasing its portability and ease of use. It's also much smaller and more discreet than the traditional water piks that work with a reservoir.

2. Professional recommendations. Dentists and dental hygienists recommend it, and it apparently does improve oral hygiene. It removes things that brushing often leaves behind.

3. Two types of heads. Here, two heads are better than one. Water pik varies the diameter of the flow-thru attachment to achieve either gentle or not-as-gentle pressure.

4. Price. Definitely a good deal, especially on sale, and compared to similar products.

Cons:

1. The MOST frequent complaint here is that the unit eventaully won;t recharge, and that happened to me as well. However, this was not after 3 weeks or 3 months, but after about a year of use. That's annoying, but what's even more annoying is that the "water jet" doesn't HOLD a charge for very long. After just a few uses, you'll need to plug it in again.

ANother frequent complaint is that the internal reservoir is so small you have to fill it several times to clean your entire mouth. Again, this was my experience, but (again), it was not as bad as what some people have written. If I hurried, I could do it in one filling, but for a fairly thorough job, it does take two. Not terrible, as long as it keeps working (see paragraph above).

2. Professional recommendation.
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296 of 306 people found the following review helpful By David Wilson on May 8, 2005
A cordless gadget you can use in the shower is a great idea. But the battery in this thing is really poor. I've gone through two of these now, and I'll have to buy something different. The first one was great at first, then worked for shorter and shorter periods after recharging. (Yes, I ran the battery all the way down before recharging to avoid the Nicad memory effect.) The central post in the socket where you plug in the charger corroded away after a month and a half. Bought a second one, and was careful to keep the socket dry. But it still works for shorter and shorter periods. Now it won't even last for one session after charging overnight. Buying a 3rd would be too dumb even for someone as stubborn as me.
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217 of 231 people found the following review helpful By donny on February 27, 2005
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For me this was exactly what I was looking for. Dentist says I need to use a waterpik, and I hated having the bulky unit with the water well on my countertop. This is a little bigger than my rechargable toothbrush. Definitely enough power, and enough water to do the job. I can do my entire mouth on one fill-up of water. I have had it for over two weeks now, and only recharged once.
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152 of 163 people found the following review helpful By J. Hilles on December 30, 2003
This product is very poorly designed. It's a great idea to have a cordless WaterPik, especially for those who don't have an electrical outlet in the bathroom.
Unfortunately, the execution of this great idea just doesn't work.
- You have to hold the WaterPik vertical, which means you would have to stand on your head to get to your back teeth.
- The WaterPik is bulky and uncomfortable if you don't have large hands.
- The reservoir has to be refilled several times to do a proper job.
- It was underpowered, even after being charged for the required 16 hours.
A definite thumbs-down for this product.
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76 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 12, 2006
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This is the 3rd time I have bought the handheld cordless WaterPik. I love it when it works. It really helps, my periodontist has really noticed a difference. The 1st one lasted about 6 months or so, the 2nd about 3 months, and this last one I bought July 6th and here it is Sept 12, and it's ready for the trash bin. Works great when you first get it, but after the first charge wears down, it just gets weaker and weaker until it dies completely. I have followed the charging instructions to the tee, and it still died.... I really need this product, but it looks like I will have to try something else.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Meleney on April 15, 2006
The battery does not hold a charge and is not replacable. Like most Waterpick products a good idea poorly executed by a company trading what was once a good name for profits. I took it apart when it was apparant that it had become worthless due to the battery failure and found it cheaply constructed with plastic gears so I was bound to break down in otherways soon anyway. I think the marketing idea here is to make a quick buck off an impulse purchase. Stay clear of this one.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By J. Coleman on July 9, 2005
I used this twice a day. Worked great for 4 months. Then over the next 3 months the battery charge lasted less and less time. Now it is totally dead. Great design, poor battery quality. I will not be buying another to replace it.
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55 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Goldilocks on December 15, 2005
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This item is a total rip off. I bought a waterpik on the advice of my dentist - I already brush twice daily and floss several times a week. Had not owned a waterpik for many years, not since I had braces and owned one that had the tank reservoir that sits on the bathroom counter. Well this rechargeable model is very clumsy to use. The on/off are not easy to manage when it is spewing water. One "tank" is not enough to clean all your teeth for even a second each, let alone 5 secs per tooth. You will have to stop and refill it at least once, if not two times, to clean all your teeth. Definitely not worth the trouble and it will end up in a cupboard somewhere after I fumble with it a few more times in disbelief.
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