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Waterpik Water Flosser Electric Dental Countertop Professional Oral Irrigator For Teeth, Aquarius Wp

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Waterpik Water Flosser Electric Dental Countertop Professional Oral Irrigator For Teeth, Aquarius Wp

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  • First in category Waterpik Water Flosser awarded the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance
  • The Easy and More Effective Way to Floss!
  • 10 Pressure Settings, 7 Waterpik Water Flossing Tips, 90 Seconds of Water Capacity
  • Healthier gums and brighter teeth in just a minute a day! Essential for good oral hygiene and tooth care
  • Use with 120VAC/60Hz North American outlets. Any warranty will be voided through the sale and use of the product outside North America. Shipment outside of North America is prohibited by Waterpik
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Great product, my gums are healing great, sort of noisy So... this Waterpik is amazing. By the way this is my first review ever on Amazon after ordering numerous of things. So I had 4mm and 5mm periodontal pockets from not flossing and also experienced some bone loss, I also had to get a very uncomfortable deep gum pocket cleaning. I literally hated flossing and would find myself avoiding to floss even though I needed it very much. My gums were red, swollen, and inflamed because I was in the early stages of periodontal disease. I started using the Waterpik flosser, and instantly like this way of flossing much better! After using it consecutively each night for only 5 days my gums were noticeably better and felt much better. After 2 weeks of using the Waterpik flossing, coconut oil pulling, and mouthwash treatment, my gums have done a complete 180 and my mouth and gums are starting to heal properly! Also this flosser can be somewhat loud, but definitely gets the job done ( but the dentist still recommends string flossing). Brought this with my own money and this is an honest testimonial/review. I will be back with an update on what mm my gum pockets will be! 5Wow! Should Have Bought This Years Ago! Fifty-odd years ago when I was a kid, my parents bought WaterPiks for me and my two brothers. Over the years mine got lost during moves for school and work and, frankly, I'd forgotten about it. A couple years ago, I started having problems with sore/bleeding gums and--no matter how often I brushed--my mouth always felt like the bottom of a birdcage. Then, I remembered my childhood WaterPik. Just in time for one of Amazon's sales!I ordered the Aquarius model, and have used it twice-daily for a week. Guess what? No more bleeding gums! And after every use, my mouth feels like it was cleaned by a dental hygienist. Love, love, love this thing, and it's super easy to use!After reading numerous reviews here, I have to say that it makes a low, vibrating noise when in use but it's not loud (I have hyper-sensitive hearing and can't bear loud noises). If your unit gets moldy, it's because you didn't take 30 seconds to empty the tank and drain the line after each use. Try adding a couple ounces of mouthwash into the water tank when you use it and--just like you can your coffee maker--once in a while run some white vinegar thru the tank followed by two tanks of clear water. It's not rocket science.Those who reported it "leaking" from the bottom of the cleaning tip probably just didn't have it seated correctly. It has to snap into place on the wand, but if you aren't paying attention and press the "release" button on the wand instead of the "on" button to start the water flowing then, yeah, it'll leak from the bottom. Just snap it back into place and give your Therapy Llama a break.Water going everywhere? Don't turn it on until the cleaning tip is in your mouth, and then keep your mouth closed around it like you're supposed to.Seriously folks, I used one of these when I was seven years old and didn't have any of these problems.Buy one. You'll love it. I'll never be without a WaterPik again! 5Performance has changed. I have purchased waterpik ADA machines for about 10 years now. They need replacing about every 2-3 years or so.I have found the quality of the device r/t longevity of the device has drastically decreased. I purchased one just a year or so ago. Then motor quit. Purchased the present one this past July and it leaks constantly into the seat of the resevoir and out the bottom of the device onto and down the counter. And it hesitates to power on frequently. Please advise?I would request a return and refund but like I typed, I bought it just this July and have put up with the failings, but no more. Thank you. 1NOT QUIETER OR (noticeably) SMALLER THAN THE WATERPIK ULTRA, but still a good product! (see PHOTOS and VIDEO) I like it, but it's really NOT that different from the Waterpik Ultra that I bought several years ago. It's SUPPOSEDLY QUIETER and with a smaller footprint, but that's not really true. I tested this one against the Ultra, and found really NO difference in the amount of noise between the two! Size-wise, really no noticeable difference in terms of the counter space it takes up. I DO like the fact that the pause button on the handpiece is no longer a push button but now a slider, because the old push button became useless after a while, getting stuck and then no longer useful! So, in summary, NOT noticeably SMALLER and NOT really QUIETER, but still a good product.I also bought the Waterpik WP-560 Cordless Advanced Water Flosser and like that a lot for travel. It's definitely quieter than the Waterpik Traveler (which is about half the size of the regular Waterpik but much louder - like a jackhammer!), so that I don't have to feel bad if I'm getting ready for bed late and there are other people already sleeping (whether in the same hotel room or if I'm staying in a house with extended family)! The only downside is that the water chamber is so small that I generally have to refill it 4-5 times in order to do come close to what I do with my full-size Waterpik. 4Couldn't be happier I am in my late 60's and my gums are starting to recede. A few years back, I began to develop slight to moderate periodontal disease. I felt that my previous waterpik, even at it's lowest setting was sometimes more harmful than beneficial to my gums. Sometimes my gums need something with a more gentle feel to it. I also wanted something that was recommended by the American Dental Association. My dental hygienist recommended this specific waterpik waterflosser because of it's overall performance and it's versatility of settings and attachments. I liked this waterpic immediately because it comes with 10 different pressure settings, giving me the option to dial in a setting to match how my gums feel on any particular day. The lowest setting is quite soothing and the highest setting is like using a pressure washer so you definitely have a variety of options. Also, according to my hygienist, as a flosser, this is more effective than string floss. It also comes with 7 tips for individual needs such as braces, bridges, implants and more. One tip that is particularly useful to me is a tip for periodontal pockets, which is important in fighting receding gumlines. Water Pik, as a company, has been around a long time and has a great customer service team and offers a 3 year warranty with this product. If you have any issues going on within your mouth, you might want to first discuss with your dentist the things to look for in a waterpic that is specific to your needs. Personally, I have been using this waterflosser for a month now and am very happy with my choice. 5My teeth feel so clean I love how my teeth feel when I use this in conjunction with flossing and brushing. I think my teeth are much cleaner and my gums healthier versus just brushing and flossing. Before I bought my waterpik, my gums always felt irritated and inflamed even though I'm pretty religious about flossing and brushing. Within a week of adding the waterpik to my routine, my gums feel much better.In the beginning I was getting water everywhere. Once I got the hang of it, it's much less messy. But you still need to hang over the sink so the water can pour out of your mouth. Water can spray pretty far if you aren't careful so there is a potential for a mess. I put a towel down on the edge of the sink so I don't get water all over myself. There is a learning curve to minimize the spray while using it.Mine came with several different piks. I've only used the general one but plan on exploring the others.You get to set the force of the waterstream (0-10). I'm using a 4. The higher you set it, the faster it uses the water in the reservoir. It does vibrate at intervals to help you be sure to cover your whole mouth in the time allotted.The reservoir is easy to use and keep clean/dry.My only complaint is it is pretty loud when in use. Not sure if other models are quieter but it's not that big of a deal. Overall I'm very satisfied. 4Could cause severe sensitivity to your teeth I started using the WaterPik on a regular basis. I ve had it for just over a month. I stopped using it a couple weeks ago because I was having such sensitivity with teeth on my upper right side, was such pain with hot and cold foods. I ve been doing some research on this because after thinking about what could cause such a change in such a short time, the only thing that was different was me using the WaterPik.I just wanted to post this because I believe the WaterPik has caused severe sensitivity to my teeth. Thank you. 3Read the yellow Leaving this here 5I've been having problems with my gums bleeding and my teeth are too crowded and tight to comfortably floss, so I decided to go Extremely quiet and well worth the money. I've been having problems with my gums bleeding and my teeth are too crowded and tight to comfortably floss, so I decided to go with a water jet plaque cleaning system. I decided on this one because it looks sleek (I got it in black), had good reviews and had all the accessories... so I took a shot. The last time I used one of these things I remember it sounding like a noisy air compressor, but this one is really a low ambient rumble at best. I read a review that the slide switch on the handle was hard to operate but I either got lucky, or they got unlucky. I'm here to say that the slide switch on the handle takes almost zero effort to operate (this is a more important thing than you might realize, as you use this feature a few times during each of your cleanings). I don't know how this stacks up against the cheaper models -if price is your biggest consideration- but I can tell you that this water jet system is good stuff. I use warm water and mouth wash in the hopper and after only a few days my gums are not bleeding anymore. My mouth feels similar to how it does after I leave the dental hygienist after every use ... love it.If you get this one I recommend using the tooth brush attachment because it massages the gums as it passes and controls the water splatter so is therefore less messy. 5Handle fills with mold. No way to keep it clean. Tips get mold inside also even if you soak them in vinegar every week.Changed my rating. The handle fills with black mold. It hasn't been a year since I bought it. We rinse the handle with each use. The other day I noticed black stuff coming out when I rinsed it. I rinsed it and sloshed it around in a sink full of water and the amount of mold that came out was bad. Really, really wads and gobs of it. Hubs took the handle apart since I was going to buy a new one anyway. It was filled with black mold. Totally filled, like someone had stuffed black silly putty into the handle.I cleaned it and disinfected it with stuff glued it back together.Also, the tips grow mold. We soak these in vinegar a few times a week and so far have bought new ones at 10 bucks each every month. After seeing how much was in the handle, I'm gonna chuck the whole thing.1Adequate and part of daily routine but gum massage feels like wasted expense First supplier was great and shipped right on time. The Water Pik itself functioned satisfactory, thus the 3 stars, not because I disliked it, but because it was satisfactory not the level of excellence. I do not feel this product replaces flossing for people with tight teeth, maybe better for those with more space between teeth. I still find debris on floss string, AFTER using the Water Pik. I use the Water Pik by slowly and steadily moving from tooth to tooth along gum-line inside and out. I do feel it definitely does clean my teeth significantly better than flossing alone. For that I should at least give 4 stars as it does do better, but can't give 5 stars since it cannot replace flossing and it is still a large space occupier and noisy, things 5 stars should overcome. So why did I not at least give 4 stars, because you are paying for an added feature, gum massage with this model which is not just a five dollar add on, but a significant jump in price from a base model, just to get the gum massage. The gum massage did not add any value that I didn't already feel in my gums during the teeth cleaning. I think the base model is sufficient and this add-on is a money waster, thus knocking the score from 4 to a final 3 star rating. 3love it, buy it you won't be sorry I have been using this for a couple of months now and have to say I love this waterpik. I have had dental work done and I put a little salt in a glass with some warm water and mix then put in my waterpik. This really helps with healing my gums and keeps food out of any spaces that can get food stuck. The flosser part works great and you will not be disappointed. The only negative I can find is I wish it had a place to store the spare pics/flosser tubes. I currently have them in a tall shot glass so my hubby can find his easily and not use mine ;) I would purchase this again if needed. Please click yes if this review helped you in any way. Thanks 5Your How-To Guide to This Does-It-All Water Flosser (and select Waterpik Models Comparison)ASTONISHING (to me, anyway) HEALTH UPDATE (2/19/2017): WATERPIKING SAVES LIVES, MAYBE YOURS! REALLY! I MEAN IT! (I know, it sounds crazy...)I finally broke down and got a Waterpik when my dentist told me I had periodontal pockets and would need a deep cleaning. I read somewhere that with regular use of a Waterpik, I might just be able to reverse those pockets and eliminate that need for an uncomfortable deep cleaning. I gave it a three-month try and it worked! No deep cleaning needed!Also, I spoke with my primary care physician about plaque, and learned that there are two more (one of them could save your life) benefits to Waterpiking regularly. See my UPDATE at the end of this review.I have noticed that others have asked a lot of the questions that I had early on inside of their reviews and in the customer questions section. So I thought I would gather up all of the answers and put them in one review. I hope this will be your Guide to Using Your New Aquarius Waterpik.If you do find this review helpful, please click "Yes" below, I'd appreciate it!HOW DO I AVOID MAKING MY GUMS BLEED WHEN I START USING MY WATERPIK?It is not in the instructions anymore, but according to my husband, Waterpik used always to tell users to start by using the lowest "1" pressure setting and then to turn the pressure up one notch per day to get your gums adjusted to the Waterpik's pressure gradually. If you do this, you should be on "10", or whatever setting you prefer, in no time and with no gum bleeding.HOW DO I KEEP FROM SPLASHING WATER EVERYWHERE?There are two simple tricks never to see a water splash again. First, don't turn the Waterpik on until it is in your mouth. Second, keep your mouth closed except a slight parting of your lips to allow water to drain out of your mouth, while you use your Waterpik. That should take care of it!THE ON/OFF SWITCH ON THE HANDLE IS HARD TO USE.You will, unfortunately, just have to get the hang of how to master that switch. It seems to be a matter to where you apply pressure on the switch. It seems to work best when you apply pressure close to the center, rather than from the bottom or the top, in my limited experience. However, in the meantime, if you get frustrated, just use the on/off button on the face of the machine as a shortcut.WHY DO THEY SEND SEVEN TIPS BUT ONLY PROVIDE SLOTS FOR TWO?First of all, you only receive four different types of tips. The total number of tips adds up to seven because Waterpik provides three identical Classic Jet Tips (see below for descriptions of each). Most people choose only one style of tip for daily use (possibly two if you have periodontal pockets). The second slot can also be used for a partner or house-guest.WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FOUR STYLES OF TIPS INCLUDED?"CLASSIC JET TIP" (you get 3)To identify it: it is the only tip style that you get three of.Classic Jet Tips are for general use and replace flossing for people without crowns or other more-serious-than-fillings dental work. (For people with that sort of dental work, use the "Plaque Seeker Tip", described below.) Use the Classic Jet Tip unless you have a special reason to choose one of the others.Rather than include links to the replacement tips in this review, I recommend that you just do a search for "Waterpik JT-100E". That way, there's no risk that this review will be filled with dead links.If you search by the tip's name, you will probably get results that include tips that are not compatible with your Aquarius. So I have provided the actual model numbers of each tip so that you can search for the right one. If any tip that you want is not available on Amazon, you can buy it directly from Waterpik dot com. (Note For Ultra Buyers: the Ultra uses the same model tips as the Aquarius, provided here.)"TOOTHBRUSH TIP" (quantity: 1, but that is plenty for most)To identify it: it looks like a tiny toothbrush.This tip allows you to brush your teeth and Waterpik at the same time. As efficient as that sounds, there must be a reason why they included 3 Classic Jet Tips and only 1 Toothbrush Tip. I am guessing the reason is that this Brush Tip looks more efficient than it is -- especially if you have an effective toothbrush like a Sonicare.Search for "Waterpik TB-100E" to find compatible replacement tips."PLAQUE SEEKER TIP" (quantity: 1) (my daily use tip)To identify it: look for fewer bristles than are on the Toothbrush Tip.The Plaque Seeker Tip is designed for use with crown, implants, and bridges, as well as for general use. So if you have any dental work more serious than fillings in your mouth (i.e. are you over 30?), you can just use this tip as your daily tip all around your mouth. "Removes bacteria and debris from hard to reach areas around dental restorations."Search for "Waterpik PS-100E" to buy refills."PIK POCKET TIP" (quantity: 1)To identify it: it looks like the Classic Jet Tip but with an extra pointy attachment at the end.This one is for people who have periodontal pockets or furcations. It can "deliver medicaments" except that neither the Aquarius nor the Ultra is designed for that (they don't have "Medicament Reservoirs"), or just rinse deep below the gumline. Few people will choose to use the Pik Pocket as their daily tip. You would use this before or after you do your primary Waterpik rinse, and probably just on the areas that need it. This tip is supposed to be used only with the machine set to a pressure of "1", so don't forget to turn the pressure down before using it.Search for "PP-100E" to get compatible replacement tips.OTHER WATERPIK TIPS YOU CAN BUY ON AMAZON COMPATIBLE WITH THE WATERPIK AQUARIUS: these don't come with your Aquarius but they are compatible with it, and you may find them useful:--Orthodontic tip OD-100E--Tongue Cleaner TC-100EFinally, Waterpik also offers a storage case that comes with six compatible tips. Search for TS-100E.THE WATERPIK AQUARIUS VERUS THE WATERPIK ULTRA: A SHOWDOWNSome reviewers have argued that the older Waterpik WP100W Ultra Dental Water Flosser is a better device. However, many reviewers have claimed the opposite. Waterpik continues to make both. Here are the differences according to Amazon and Waterpik (you can do comparisons between any current models on Waterpik's website, just type in Waterpik dot com then choose Oral Hygiene):This Model, the Waterpik Aquarius WP-660 is called the "Aquarius Professional" on Waterpik's site. That's cool, right?As of this writing, the Ultra has fewer than 300 reviews that average 4.5 stars; this Aquarius has over 6,000 reviews that average 4.4 stars. Since I don't know if the Ultra's average rating is 4.500000 and the Aquarius's is 4.4999999999, I don't really see any difference in those reviews other than than a LOT more people choose to buy this Aquarius.Differences Between this Aquarius and the Ultra--while on Amazon, prices vary, Waterpik thinks the Aquarius is the nicer machine because they charge $20 more for the Aquarius than for the Ultra;--the Ultra has a button on the handle that you must hold down in order to keep the water flowing, if you let go, it stops; the Aquarius has an on/off toggle switch so that once you toggle it on, it keeps flowing without finger pressure, until you toggle it off;--the Aquarius comes with three Classic Jet tips, versus two with the Ultra--the Aquarius includes a massage mode (have to admit that I don't use this at all)--the Aquarius includes an LED Function Indicator (ehh)--the Aquarius includes a Timer/Pacer (I use this every day and know that I would stop sooner than I should if it weren't on there)--the Ultra doesn't include anything that the Aquarius does notFeatures That Are Identical Between the Aquarius and the Ultra--both come in black and white (Aquarius, this page; Waterpik Ultra White and Black available here;--same water pressure--same flow rate--same pulse rate--both have 10 pressure settings--the tips rotate 360 degrees--water capacity both in volume and in seconds--both have covered water reservoirs--almost identical weight: 1.46 pounds for this Aquarius and 1.48 for the Ultra--both have three-year warranties--both only have plugs for North AmericaSOME OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE:Waterpik Complete Care is still available for $10 more and gives you a shorter warranty (2 years instead of 3), no massage mode, no LED indicators, and fewer tips. Thumbs down.If you're really price sensitive OR if you want to use medicaments OR you really hate filling the reservoir, the Waterpik Classic Pro is $30 less expensive on the Waterpik site (on Amazon, prices vary) includes a medicament reservoir, and holds up to 35 ounces (Aquarius and Ultra hold 22 ounces) but you will not get:--the good reviews that the Aquarius and Ultra have; Classic Pro is not nearly as well-liked;--the option of a black-colored model;--the maximum water pressure of 100 PSI (it's 90 PSI instead)--four pressure settings: you get only six pressure settings instead of ten (but honestly, how many people need the subtlety of more than six settings?);--the super-important-to-me Timer/Pacer--water control on the handle (it works like the Ultra: you have to hold a button down);--a covered reservoir;--covered tip storage;--massage mode;--LED Function Indicator;--the ability to use any tips other than the Classic, the Pik Pocket and the Tongue Cleaner (Waterpik does not make compatible Orthodontic tips, Plaque Seeker tips, or Toothbrush tips for the Waterpik Classic Pro)--the third year of warranty, Classic only comes with a tow-year warranty.I hope this review has been helpful to you. Please feel free to leave comments, as you can see, I have responded to the only question asked, and am happy to answer more. And I'd very much appreciate a "Yes" click if you did find this review at all helpful. (I have dreams of one day qualifying for the VINE reviewer program...)IMPORTANT HEALTH UPDATES (2/19/2017): WATERPIKING SAVES LIVES, MAYBE YOURS!THE LIFESAVING UPDATE: My Primary Care Physician just informed me that PLAQUE in the MOUTH CAUSES PLAQUE in the ARTERIES AND VEINS! !! ! !! That was a big surprise to me. Now I'm REALLY going to use this baby twice a day (like I told my dental hygienist I do ).A DENTAL HYGIENE BEST-PRACTICES UPDATE: My Primary also told me that using flossing brushes (like the Pixters my dentist told me to use) actually transfers bacteria from the first tooth to the second, and from the first and second to the third, and so on. Unless of course you use a new one for each tooth, each time. IMHO, they're way too expensive for that! So, she suggested using one per tooth but on a less frequent basis, and using the Waterpik two times, full time, every single day instead.5A must have! Awesome product, much nicer than the white option. The white colored one gets stains after a while and you really don't feel like using it anymore. The black is so much nicer and cleaner.The massage feature is really nice and I use that a lot. The only negative comment is that there is only 2 spots for the heads. The old model had storage for all the heads.If you haven's ever used a waterpik, please do yourself a favor and get it, it is a great tool to keep our teeth heathy clean and in great shape.Highly recommend this product and the black color. 5Squirted out dirty, black particles I may have gotten a defective one but it kept spurting black water out. I put it together properly (not rocket science), put in clean water and ran it s instructed before putting it in my mouth. As I was about to turn off the test drive and use it , it squirted out black water! It kept doing that every few seconds throughout the cycle. I tried to run water through it a few times but nothing worked.Update - after reading many reviews I think the unit was filled with MOLD! I cannot believe they sold me a unit like this. It obviously was not new. Disgusting and dangerous 1Messy messy messy So my dentist recommended I get one of these to aid in my flossing because it blasts in there better than floss gets in and prevents periodontal disease and what not. It says to not use at full power but I find it's the only way to get in there deep. The cord is short and the picks cable is short as well. I attach it to an extension cord and use it in my shower because the splash gets everywheres. You can't use this at a sink cleanly. I prefer using Luke warm water. Feels better on my gums than ice cold. It has lots of attachments but the only one that you need is the fine pressure one. 5BETTER LOOKING, BUT INFERIOR TO ULTRA... HERE'S WHYUPDATE JUNE '17 I'm sorry to say that my review below may no longer be valid. I recenly saw and handled a Waterpik Ultra at Costco, and while it still has the same model number and general appearance of an Ultra, the build quality and weight felt much cheaper and toy-like compared to the older model I have at home. So I defintiely can't claim that the Ultra I handled is any better--and who knows, it might actually be worse--when compared to the Aquarius. Very disappointing for Waterpik to keep the name and model number, while changing the build quality. So in the toss-up between Aquarius and Ultra now, I'd go with whichever one was cheaper, and if prices are similar, I pick the Aquarius for its better appearance.UPDATE OCT '14: The Aquarius has dropped significantly in price since my original review, and is actually slightly cheaper now than the older Ultra. So, with prices so comparable, which unit should you buy? Unless you're really in love with the updated look of the Aquarius, the Ultra still remains the better choice for the reasons I mention below. Also take a look at the video in the "Most Helpful Favorable Review," where you can really see the cheap construction of the Aquarius, and how sloppily the hose holsters into the unit compared to the Ultra. This sort of negates its one advantage--the cleaner-looking design--and you'll be wrangling to holster that hose on a daily basis. No thanks!ORIGINAL REVIEW: Let me not waste your time and cut right to the chase: if you're thinking about buying your first Waterpik flosser--or wondering if it's time to upgrade your Ultra model--there's only one reason to consider the pricey WP-660 Aquarius: it looks nicer and more modern than the now dated design of the Ultra. So if appearance isn't important to you, stop reading right here and just go buy the cheaper Ultra, which (as I'll get to in a moment) is better in just about every other way.As it so happens, an attractive, modern design IS important to me, especially in an appliance that I'm going to look at all the time in my bathroom. But even in this regard I'd say the Aquarius is good but not great. It is definitely NOT an improvement in design that will have you looking past its ergonomic flaws vs. the Ultra.First, the on/off water flow switch is less user friendly in operation than the on/off button on the Ultra. Admittedly, there were issues with button failure at one time on the Ultra, but the replacement handle I received from Waterpik has been working for over a year now with no problems, so this seems to have been resolved.Second, getting the handle and hose "re-holstered" on the Aquarius is more finicky than it is on the Ultra--plus the hose never seems to sit in the unit as neatly.Third, the Aquarius weighs A FULL POUND less than the 2.5 pound Ultra, and you can't help but think that the weight was trimmed by using a lighter and less durable pump mechanism. Time will tell if that's really the case, but I've also found that the lightness of the Aquarius causes it to shift around too easily on my bathroom counter.Fourth, only two tips can be stored in the unit vs. all the tips being storable in the Ultra's lid. Waterpik has probably learned that its customers are fine with more limited tip storage, but again, this is no step forward.Fifth, the dual modes on the Aquarius--which could be seen as its only real advance vs. the single mode Ultra--are just a marketing gimmick. If you just want to massage your gums with the Ultra, simply dial down the water flow pressure and massage away. There's no need for a special mode to do this.Bottom line: water flossing is a mature technology, and there are few if any "functional" reasons to introduce a new model. So it's a shame that Waterpik didn't make more of an effort to at least achieve better ergonomics in a killer new design with the Aquarius. You can pay 20%+ more than the Ultra and get the somewhat nicer looking but ergonomically inferior Aquarius. Or you can just buy the Ultra and not bother to upgrade if you already own it. Both units will give you the same 5-star flossing ability. The Ultra will let you hang onto some extra cash while doing it.Thanks for taking the time to read my review and I hope you find it helpful in making a buying decision!3Get the WP-100 Instead EVEN IF ARRIVED DEFECTIVE, THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE RETURN.I purchased this to upgrade from the WP-100. The WP-662 is not found in stores locally, at least not for me. Unfortunately it wasn't an upgrade, but more of a downgrade. My product must of been defective, because the pressure was very low compared to the WP-100. For example, I was on pressure 8 with this product, while with the WP-100 I was on pressure 4 to obtain the exact same pressure. That means this product was 2x weaker. I don't recommend going on the highest setting, but the pressure was so weak it was the equivalent of rinsing your mouth with water. That is not strong enough to get rid of plaque whatsoever and you were able to feel it. Also the pressure kept getting cut off occasionally.Aside from the possibility of my product being defect, this product can only store 2 tips, meanwhile the WP-100 can store up to 4 and even more if you stack them on top of each other. The storage for this product is on the side of the water storage and it's actually hard to get your tip from there, unlike the WP-100. The only thing this does better than the WP-100 is that it looks better and you can turn the flosser off and on with a switch. There is also a massage setting which the WP-100 doesn't have. However that setting is useless and you'll most likely not even bother using it.So basically if you want the best flosser, go with the WP-100. Don't waste your time with this product. The WP-100 has a button you have to press to cut off the water which is terrible, but at least the flosser does what it's supposed to do, unlike this one. 1Great unit + Waterpik honored the warranty too!! I love to Waterpik! Purchased in November 2017, after an older Waterpik wore out after about 9 years of almost daily use. Unfortunately, the motor on this one stopped working a few weeks ago for some reason and I was very reluctant/hesitant to bother with a warranty claim, as it always seems like a hassle. So I started shopping other brands. I also decided to take a chance and reach out to Waterpik to see what their warranty experience was like. To my pleasant surprise, Waterpik was gracious, and after answering a few simple questions, they agreed to send a replacement unit! Nice!! Made my day!! Thank you, Waterpik!! 5
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