3 oral breeze irrigators reviewed – Which one is best for you?

We cannot deny it, time is one thing that seems to be always not on our side. A need for devices and / or products which can help us save time is on the rise.
In this review we are going to review three oral irrigation products from Oral breeze, with hopes that you will find the one that is best for you.

But before we going any further, here are the 7 “NO’s” you need to know about Oral breeze irrigators:

  • No mess!
  • No bulky tanks!
  • No risk of bacterial growth!
  • No loud electric motors!
  • No pain!
  • No pulsating motors!
  • No braking the bank!

Best of all, even if you have braces or even got some work from  Invisalign Calgary dentists then these will work well for you. Sound like something you’re interested in? Read on …

The Oral Breeze products we are going to review are:

oral breeze, showerbreeze, redibreeze and quickbreeze image

These devices from Oral Breeze may have similar function and purpose, but they are unique in one way or another – just like YOU. You’re unique in your own way and you have different needs than someone else, it’s time to find out which Oral breeze irrigator will be best for you.

Before we delve onto the full review, let me tell you a bit about why water flossers and or oral irrigators are more ideal than your traditional tooth brush.
Oral irrigation devices are recommended by dentists all over the world. They have been clinically proven to be 90% more effective than traditional flossing. And most of all, they treat bleeding gums, gingivitis, gum disease, bad breath, loose teeth, painful gums.

So what is the difference between the three water flossers from Oral brezee? Let’s start by pointing out the main difference between the three.

The Redibreeze oral irrigator and Quickbreeze oral irrigator connects to a sink faucet, while the Showerbreeze oral irrigation system connects to your shower.

Looking for an alternative shower flosser? Check out the affordable highly rated Showerpik flosser review from Oral Breeze.

Now, what is the difference between the Redibreeze and Quick Breezee?

Right, the main difference between the two is that with the QuickBreeze – dental oral irrigator you cannot use your sink/faucet for anything else either than the flossing device once it is installed. It is detachable though, but you will have to reconnect your bathroom faucet if you want to use it again.

On the other hand, the Redibreeze oral irrigator dental water jet does have a selection switch which you can use to opt for the faucet or irrigator use. Meaning, with Redibreeze you can easily switch between using the tap (faucet) and the oral irrigator itself.

Now, let’s see some advantage and disadvantage as noted by Amazon verified purchasers.

Advantages of Redibreeze and Quickbreeze

  • Attaches to faucets

That means there are no reservoir to fill up and nothing clogging your countertop space.

  • The faucet adaptor is metal and not plastic.

This is great because the Waterpik showerpick has been reported to ship with a plastic adaptor which can break easily. The metal adaptor is more reliable.

  • Can be used with 99% of faucets, even if you’re in the UK, Australia etc.

The great thing about both the Redibreeze and Quick breeze is that they can be used all over the world and not limited to just the United States. Granted, it’s not a one-size-fit-all, but if it happens not to fit on your faucet, you can buy yourself a converter at your local store.

  • No battery or electricity required.

You don’t have to worry about recharging a battery and or plugging in to an electric socket. It still produces more than enough pressure without the use of a battery or electricity.

  • No noise

It generates absolutely no audio, except for the sound of water stream. Noise is one thing people complain about with electric operated Water flossers.

Disadvantages of Redibreeze and Quickbreeze

  • Cannot use with a mouth wash

You will not be able to use it with a mouth wash as these two irrigators connects directly to the faucet – it does not have a reservoir.

  • No pulsation

It shoots a steady stream of water regulated by the faucet knob, meaning it does not pulsate.

  • Comes with two tips.

It only comes with two tips, so you will have to buy extras if you plan to use with a large family.

  • Hose quite short

It could have done with a bit longer hose.

  • Leakage

Some people also complained about leakage where it attaches to the faucet. But I believe this is a matter of how the person installed the device.

Well, those are the main similarities and difference between the Redibreeze oral irrigator and the Quickbreeze – dental oral irrigator. If you have to choose between the two, I would suggest you get yourself a Redibreeze because it has the ability to be used with a faucet. They are currently selling at the same price.

Note: It is not recommended to travel with both these devices, not because they will be too bulky (they are certainly not). But because of the installation process and the fact that it does not fit all faucets. So it could easily become more of a burden than an asset.


Advantages Showerbreeze

  • Tightly coiled hose

It comes with a coiled hose, which makes it very convenient to stack it when not in use.

Can be used to clean other stuff

The ShowerBreeze oral irrigation system can also be useful for cleaning soap dishes, holding bars, gunk on shampoo container lids etc. in your shower.

  • Seems to fit all showers

Some reviewers mentioned using the device in Switzerland and UK without any problems!

  • It’s for the whole family

Some purchasers mentioned how the device was used by children as young as 4 years old to daddies! But if you’d rather buy your children their own Waterpick, check the one reviewed on that link out.

  • No mess

You won’t have to worry about water getting everywhere as you are already in a shower.

More advantages are some of the ones already mentioned above such as;
No noise, No battery or electricity required, the adapter is metal and not plastic.

With every GOOD, comes the BAD. Let’s take a look at some of the disadvantage and flaws of using the Shower Breeze oral irrigator.
Oh by the way, you can also check Waterpick Showerpik which is an alternative of this product.

Disadvantages of the Showerbreeze

  • 2 Tips

More tips would have been nicer. Eliminating the need to buy extra ones for family members.

  • Cannot use Irrigator Only

You’re able to use your shower head only, and you can certainly use both the shower head and the irrigator. Unfortunately you cannot use the irrigator only, so every time you feel like flossing, you’ll be forced to take a shower too.
If you don’t like this, a solution is to purchase a showered head with a “pause” functionality.

  • The tip often comes out

Some reviewers reported that the tip occasionally come out so you might have to hold it tight. This may be a defect with a certain product.

  • No pulsation

It shoots a steady stream of water regulated by the faucet knob, meaning it does not pulsate.

  • Leakage

Most people who gave this product a rating of 3 stars and less were complaining about the leakage on the connection. Other’s advised the use of the plumber’s tape (thread tape, white tape) which comes with the device.
If it still does not work you might be better of returning to get a new unit from Oral Breeze. DO NOT use a wrench to tighten it as it will void warranty.

The Shower breeze oral irrigator managed to grab more than 350 5stars out of 480 reviews, which lands it a nice 4.5 stars out of 5!

If you decide to buy one of these oral breeze irrigation devices, here are some videos detailing the easy installation steps.

Oral Breeze installation videos

 Redibreeze Installation video

Quickbreeze Installation video

Showerbreeze Installation video