Waterpik Water Flosser for Kids, Countertop Water Flosser for Children and Braces
20 Fun Removable Cling Labels, The Waterpik Kids ' Water Flosser, Braces, 3 Pressure Settings, General Cleaning, An Extra Safe Electrical Design
- Equipped with a small and simple design that makes it easy to carry
- Comes with 20 removable cling labels that allows to customize the design as per requirement
- Features pressure settings that helps to set the water pressure
- Mediocre build quality may not last long
Analysis of 1k+ reviews for Waterpik Water Flosser for Kids, Countertop Water Flosser for Children and Braces
BestViewsReviews analyzed 137,391 reviews for 80 products in the Power Dental Flossers category.
We analyzed a total of 1,508 reviews for this product out of which, 1437 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 71% reviews were positive while around 23% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Waterpik Water Flosser for Kids, Countertop Water Flosser for Children and Braces
This product received a total score of 8.62 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
This one falls short when compared to other ones because of the price difference, but it is good because of the large pressure that it has and the fact that it is easy to store in a small footprint.
I uselukewarm water which works out great, and they also give 3 pressure settings, which is nice.
I haven't missed it because I haven't had a turn on/off button at the wand, but some people may have to get used to it.
The kid's model is powerful and can be used all over Europe, with the little adapter thingy, I just needed to plug it in to any of the European outlets.
It's small, takes up less room on the counter, and the tank can be stored over the motor so there's no worries about dust.
Question & Answers
What is the difference between this and adults?
I'm not sure what you mean by "the one for adults" because Waterpik has several models for adults.
I want to get one for my son, but if there is no difference, I'd get one. What makes the kid version different from the adult version?
The water pressure in the kid version is not as strong as in the kid version, but it is still strong enough for young mouths.
Is it possible for this to be used by more than one child?
You just have to purchase another Water Pik tip. All you have to do is take one "tip" out and insert another.
Do not need the converter, China's voltage is 220v, can it be used directly?
The 300 model works on 120V-240v without a transformer, even though it does not state it on any of the packaging I received.
What replacement tips does this use?
The WP 100 and the cordless WP 360 are the only ones that have the same tips for the kid's model.