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Best Oral Irrigators - Ovonni Portable Water Flosser Cordless Oral Irrigator Electric Review Ovonni
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Best Oral Irrigators - Lavany Oral Irrigator, Professional Water Flosser with 600 Review Lavany
7 . 7
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Best Oral Irrigators - Poseidon - Professional Rechargeable Oral Irrigator with High Review ToiletTree Products
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Best Oral Irrigators - Water Flosser 10 Pressure Settings Water Pick 600ml Review ZNIENIE
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Your Guide To Buying an Oral Irrigator

By Nicole Blanckenberg

    Water picks are fast becoming a popular addition to regular flossing, especially for people with sensitive gums. Flushing out bacteria, water picks give a professional clean that your dentist will be proud of. With their growing popularity, so too grows the number of available products, and choosing the right model can be frustrating. To help you easily and quickly make your decision, we have put together this water pick buying guide so that you can find the best water pick for you.

    Water picks can be either corded or cordless and come with or without their own water tank. The three main types of water picks are corded countertop, corded faucet, and cordless water picks. To help you choose the best type for you, here is a short description of water pick types for you to compare:

    Corded Water Picks: Corded water picks are plugged into an outlet and are larger, more powerful models that save you the hassle of having to recharge or replace batteries. There are two types of corded water picks:

    • Countertop corded Water Picks: These water picks come with larger water tanks or reservoirs and offer a host of settings and additional functions to choose from. Because of the tank size of these water picks, they are super convenient and require less refilling.
    • Faucet corded Water Picks: Faucet corded water picks attach directly to a shower or tap. Because they are connected to a water supply, they don’t need a water tank and save you from having to refill regularly.
    • Cordless Water Picks: With rechargeable/disposable batteries and small built-in tanks, cordless water picks are a compact solution that are easy to use. Taking up a lot less space, they are an ideal choice for travelers.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    1. Cleaning: The most important factor in what pleases water pick owners and ensures a good product investment is the unit’s ability to clean. Countertop water picks are real crowd pleasers in this regard and good quality models that leave teeth and gums super clean are rated much higher.
    2. Adjustability: Water picks that review well offer varied settings and adjustable force. Users feel this gives them the control of finding an optimal balance between comfort and the force needed to clean.
    3. Reservoir: Water pick owners prefer larger reservoirs when it comes to home use. Tanks that provide 90 seconds of cleaning before they need to be refilled are top scorers. However, owners who bought their water picks for traveling are satisfied with smaller portable models with small, built-in reservoir tops.
    • The first thing to consider when choosing a water pick are your space restrictions. For smaller areas where you don’t have counter space, cordless water picks are a great solution. But for bigger bathrooms, where space is not an issue, countertop water picks are a powerful choice.
    • A good quality water pick will include at least a 12 month warranty.
    • The bigger the storage tank of a water pick, the less refilling it needs. Larger models will allow for long deeper cleans while small reservoirs are more convenient for shorter cleans.
    • If noise is a concern for you, rechargeable cordless options offer the lowest operational noise.
    • If you are deciding on a cordless water pick model, choosing a unit with rechargeable batteries will save you on running costs and the frustration of not having spares when they run out.

    Waterpik: Waterpik is an oral health expert and has been manufacturing and designing innovative products since forming in 1962.

    ToiletTree Products: ToiletTree is a family owned company that manufactures bathroom and grooming products with the aim of providing excellent customer service as well.

    Philips Sonicare: Philips Sonicare is an oral health care brand produced by the large, well reviewed electronics appliance brand Phillips.

    Interplak: Part of the Conair Corporation, Interplak offers a quality line of oral health products that are rated well by consumers.