Reviews for H2ofloss® Dental Water Flosser for Teeth Cleaning with 12 Multifunctional Tips&800ml Capacity, Professional Countertop Oral Irrigator Quiet Design(HF-9)
People say H2ofloss is really similar to Waterpik.
Just get it, it a great buy and excellent quality!
For the price this water flosser rocks! I love all the different adapters and the pressure is fantastic. Other reviews complained about the pressure adjuster on the handle but it is not I repeat not a problem unless you are a complete spaz. It is good quality, easy to use, tank does not leak, and very convenient the way it stores all the pieces. The tips pop on securely and there's a button for easy release. I never thought I'd be interested in the tongue scraping tool but actually now I use it every night. For those of you new to water flossing if you've never done it before you will be amazed at the debris that comes out even after brushing and regular flossing. Also I like that it doesn't have a huge foot print, it's it's pretty flat against the wall and doesn't take up alot of space on my small sink area. Again for the price I think it's an awesome tool. I have not used a waterpik but I can't see how it could be much better. I am very happy with my purchase and would definitely recommend. In fact I may buy it for all 3 of my 20 something kids for Christmas Minor update: I think with any water floss system if you put the tank back with leftover water on the bottom eventually a biofilm will form which is difficult to rinse out. I have put my tank through the dishwasher which works great and now I lift the lid and when I'm done flossing I flip the tank over on top of the lid so it dries and this stops a biofilm from forming.
Great flosser, five stars for a solid product with low price and good service
Pros: Handheld pressure control is really nice - makes for one handed use. I also like the big tank. Great value: this is a well constructed machine for a good price, and their customer service (via email only) is excellent. Cons: big difference between the lowest and second lowest pressure settings: when I had a sore tooth, the lowest was too low and the next setting was too high. However, after my tooth issue was resolved, I've been happy with the pressure options. Hose length is a bit short, and the material holds its form too much, making it a bit of a struggle to put it away for storage. And the wand holder doesn't work too well: the wand pops out of the holder if the hose wants to stretch. These cons are overall minor when weighed against the great value, so I still give it 5 stars. Durability: I used this lightly for about two years and then it broke... Motor is still running but no water flows. The seller sent me a free replacement, so I can't complain much. We'll see how long the new one lasts, hopefully a long long time. I can't stand normal dental floss, and I really like this machine. I had a WaterPik before; I like this more. In order to not make a mess, I keep my mouth closed while using it; and then when my mouth fills up with water I stop the flow and spit. It's so nice to have not only a "stop" on the hand tool but several pressure levels. I change the pressure regularly for different parts of my mouth and I really appreciate the ease with which I can do t... Read More
MUCH better than WaterPik WP-100. Bigger, stronger, more powerful. And the $$$price is much less.
I had bought a new WaterPik Ultra WP-100 , here at Amazon. Loved it. Problem? it lasted just 3 (THREE!) weeks. At that point, the blue Stop/Go button on the handle got stuck at the "Stop" position, wouldn't come undone, and the thing stopped working. Re-checking the WP-100 1-star reviews at Amazon, I found out that this is a common occurrence. Shopping for alternatives, I decided to buy one of these H2ofloss. The price was certainly right ($40 -- 2/3rd of the WP-100 price). I've been using it for a week now, and I love it (in 2 more weeks, I'll even know whether the handle still works; and if so, then I'll know it's WAYYYY better than the WP-100). This one is bigger, stronger, heavier than the WaterPik. In fact, compared to this one, the WaterPik feels flimsy. Although it doesn't seem so from the product picture, its water tank is larger than the WP-100 (I get more flossing time with a full tank). As advertised, the top pressure is higher, and it's way more quiet. Plus, it comes pre-equipped with all the tips that WaterPik makes you pay extra for. As an unanticipated bonus, it also has a pair of nose-cleaning tips. This I haven't tried out yet, but I sure will.
Awesome Water Flosser and Great Customer Service!!
My dentist said I needed to do a better job of cleaning my teeth and recommended I get a water flosser. After comparing this one with Waterpik, I decided this would work well and it was less expensive. I also liked the compartment for storing the attachments. I received the unit quickly and after practicing a few times, I got completely addicted to using it every night! I was a bit on the loud side, but it didn't bother me. The water pressure is great, and the first and second settings are strong enough for me. A few weeks ago, the pump gave out and I was bummed. I email customer service and they responded within 24 hours. After providing them with my proof of purchase and a brief description of the issue, they offered to send a new unit free of charge under the warranty. They said I should receive it in about a week, but the new unit arrived within just a few days. It works perfectly and seems a little quieter than the first unit. The customer service rep sent several follow up emails to ensure I received the new unit and was happy with it. I highly recommend this flosser and this company!
As good as Waterpik, at half the price
I had a "Waterpik Complete Care Water Flosser" [WP-900, $80] (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0095IMNI0/) for two years and six months, until it set itself on fire and melted when I attempted to use it that day. Literally, with a bright cheery orange glow visible through its white plastic exterior and a burning plastic smell which lingered for days. So, I switched to another water flosser: H2ofloss [HF-9, $36]. It worked well for a few days then started having issues, but H2ofloss' customer support through email is superb. Issues with the original unit (leaking seal and weak stream) were acknowledged and I received a replacement unit within two days; seems like the original unit was part of a faulty batch. The new unit has been working perfectly for a little over two weeks so far: strong pulsating stream of water, low-noise operation (quieter than the Waterpik).
Terrific Device. More durable, better engineered, and easier to use than the Water Pik, and less expsnsive also.
I have been using the Water Pik and I did not realize that there are other brands. Each Water Pik breaks at the handle that holds the hand unit after only a few months and I rigged up bugger bands to hold the handle when not in use. When my 3rd one broke I decided to look at another brand and found this. Not only is it much more durable, but it works much better than the Water Pik in many ways, but two of the major ones are: 1) The cover to the water chamber is hinged to the device and does not have to store the tips (there is a clever are for storage). But it is much easier and faster to refill than the Water Pik 2) The H2OFloss has a much better engineered control on the handle than the Water Pik which only allows an on or off setting that leaks when off and you have to keep pressure in the control to keep it off. So you have to turn off the motor before you place the handle in the holder. But with the H2O there is a 4 position slider switch which not only lets you control the flow from the handle but also slides into a fixed position (of the 4) and stays there until you move the slider. I can slide it to the off position, and place the handle in the holder and then turn off the motor. This is incredibly more convenient and prevents the accidents that I used to have with the Water Pik where I sprayed half the bathroom. I would have paid more than the WaterPik prices, but I was surprised to find that the Amazon price was considerably less for the H2Ofloss. I highly recommen... Read More
Quiet! Works great
This is much quieter than my Waterpik (which broke after year- tank gasket failed) Lots of great special tips & extra regular ones. Also, great tip storage which was lacking on the Waterpik & holds more H2O than my Waterpik did. Only thing "bad" is that I can only use the lowest setting. Any higher & its a pressure washer! Could use to clean around sink & faucet!! Just designate one tip! You could travel with it but its bulky. I would get a cordless one for travel. Just have the cordless type charged & your good to go.
Better than my two previous Waterpik
I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I ordered this unknown brand, but based off of the reviews, I decided to give it a try. I was not disappointed! It actually works really well, big water container and no leakage like my two previous Waterpik models I had. I’ve been using it so far every day twice a day ( and sometimes 3 ) for ten days now and so far so good and it is way cheaper than the two previous Waterpik water flosser I had! The quality is great for the price!
Things like water control and a short hose that made me ...
I had previously owned a Waterpik which I had some problems in using. Things like water control and a short hose that made me need to bend over to use. Still, I liked the result. Then, at half the price, I tried the H2ofloss unit and found that it's design corrected both problems. Moreover, it is quieter and does an excellent job. I am very happy with the H2ofloss flosser. Later, I needed to purchase another unit after after the Amazon return/exchange period had expired. Given, I so like the product I was willing to buy another at the full charge. To my pleasant surprise the company intervened and communicated actively with me to make things right. They did. I can say that this is a very good product at a great price and the support of a consumer attentive company that does care about it's customer.