|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||4190|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1-year warranty|
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- The ProFloss® aerator has both internal and external threads so it fits most faucets with 15/16" female faucet threads OR 55/64" male faucet threads.
- No reservoir to refill
- No Batteries or Electricity needed - it's faucet powered
- No Clutter on Countertop - Detachable
- Easy to use for all ages
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ProFloss Waterflosser will help freshen breath and give you a healthy smile by removing debris and bacteria left behind by brushing and flossing, while massaging your gums. ProFloss Waterflosser takes up no countertop space because you attach it to your faucet in seconds - only when needed. It's powered by your faucet, not electricity, which means no noisy motor. There's no reservoir to refill and no battery to recharge, so you're ready to use anytime by simply turning on the water. Easy to use for all ages.
The device is powered by the faucet, water only flows when the faucet is turned on. In order to shut off the water flow, one simply turns off the faucet.
Top customer reviews
I must say that after 2 month I experienced the same problem as many people state here with the connector which was not able any more to hold the pressure and then the hose came off all the time and made this flosser useless. However as I found this flosser so good except the connector blowing off (because of pressure), I tried to find a way to improve it and I did.
1) the first change I had done to this flosser was the following: for me the water jet was too fine and strong, and therefore it hurt my gums and left them bleeding a lot. To improve this, I used a very small drill and low speed drill machine and increased the whole of the tip (about twice the diameter of the existing whole in the tip) at the place where water comes out. This had as effect that the pressure for the gums was now OK, cleaned much faster and more effectively my teeth as the jet was larger and at the same time also making an incredibly good massage for my gums.
Even after having increased the whole in the tip, the pressure was a bit too much for my gums and therefore I use position 3 of the blue pressure button on the flosser. Position 4 is too strong for me and position 2 is not strong enough for cleaning well the teeth and massage of my gums.
2) So after 2 month when the connector got weak and was going loose under the high water pressure, I tried to figure out why it was working fine for a certain time and all over suddenly didn't any more.
As you know the white connector has 2 springs, one with a diameter of a finger and a very small one (located under the grey hose release button), and this spring is not even the size of the yellow part of a match. It is this one which is quite small that becomes tired and therefore after some time (1 to 3 month) usually can't stand the water pressure any longer. Now there is a very easy trick to work around this problem. You can take a hook in L form which has a diameter of about 3 mm and push it in on either side beside the small spring between the grey button and white plastic (all this to be done on the connector and after the flosser has been connected, but before water being opened). This will block the grey button and prevent the connector from getting loose. When finished washing your teeth, just remove the hook, then the flosser from the connector and that's it. In fact rather than using a hook, I use a small piece of plastic which I tailored exactly to my needs and which I found in my tool box and which happened to have an L form and is about 2x7 mm long and has approx 3 mm diameter. I even adapted this piece of plastic with a nail file (a small metal file could also do the job) to the exact size to fit between the grey button and the white plastic. I use this piece now for over 2 years and problems due to too much pressure for the spring are solved this way.
Hope this will help to valorize this product. If any one wants pictures of the changes I have done, please forward your email and I will forward the pictures. I would put pictures here, but I am not sure this is possible.
By the way, I also have 2 electrical flossers, one Oral B and one Waterpik. But I prefer this flosser as cleaning wise the 3 are more or less similar, but this one has an incredible advantage compared to the 2 others. In fact when I washed my teeth with the electrical ones late in the evening, most of the times my wife woke up because of the noise and I got told off. Our bathroom is next to the bedroom. This flosser is also more handy. No more filling of bucket required.
So far one month later and no leaks. Now lets talk POWER, which is what kept me leery of similar products. Well I live in an apartment where they employ low water pressure and this is just fine, and almost too powerful if I turn on both hot and cold water. I'm not sure why it has a 'dial' on it? The dial works but taking it out of my mouth to adjust it is just silly when I can turn my water lever. So at 1/4 of the price of a decent wireless one putting out the same pressure with the added benefit that it makes no mechanical noise whatsoever like a battery operated one, also It does not require charing and much less counter space is needed; I am super satisfied!
Note: I did Not receive a discount on this product for my review.
I'm a product research nut and considered products up to the $50. range. I bought this brand because of the many positive reviews.
I installed and used it for the first time - all in LESS than 5 minutes - and I'm not especially handy.
Faucet replacement is better than the one I had. It doesn't make the faucet so long that it's obtrusive and seems always in the way, as did some I considered. No need to remove it between uses.
Attachment really does 'snap in' easily, as advertised, as do the jet pieces to the coiled hose. Each has a little 'button' on the side to open unit for easy on and off.
The power of the stream, also as advertised, adjusts to the flow and temperature you set on your faucet.
Best of all - it easily snaps off for storage. It even came with a zip lock bag, along with extra washers and an additional 'jet'.
I can't believe all the years I stuck with the messy, space and outlet-hogging Water Pik. Never again!
Great gadget. Works well. Good bargain. Buy it.
I had three teeth that had been in low level pain for years, all from crowns. The dentist couldn't do anything for them. After using this for only a month, two teeth were pain free (!!!), and the third (and worst) tooth is now bearable, almost not noticeable, except on occasion
I love how this clips on and off the faucet. I didn't like how I t stayed filled with water (which is cold upon next use) so I unsnap it from the sink, and blow on the mouthpiece to clear the water out of the hose after each use. Simple!
I use before each brushing. It cleans out all the particles before using toothpaste. It's great on popcorn husks (I have two bridges). My GF says my breath smells and tastes MUCH better than before, and I've even cut way back on mouthwash!
You can have this back when you pry it from my cold dead hands!!!!