Profloss 4190 waterflosser, the cheapest, easy to use oral irrigator by far. If you have not used a water flosser before because of its price tag.
This is your chance to get yourself an effective oral irrigator at a fraction of the price! Oral irrigators may be 80x better than normal tooth brushing, but some of them just complicates things so much that you might find yourself going back to the old traditional toothbrush.
That’s certainly not recommended, if your current water flosser is giving you a headache, try the Profloss water flosser!
Profloss 4190 Waterflosser
It’s so easy to use – You don’t need to do any cleaning, need any batteries, or deal with chords – I LOVE IT!
It’s hard to believe how many years I was using the outlet-hogging Water Pik. I will never go back!
Long Time Profloss User
- Easy to install
- No reservoir to refill
- No Batteries or Electricity needed
- No Clutter on Countertop
- Easy to use for all ages
- Can be used when travelling
- May not fit older faucets
- Could do with stronger pressure
- No Pulsation effect
- Adapter is made of plastic (can break easily)
Profloss Waterflosser preview and installation video
The Profloss 4190 Waterflosser Review
Just like the Redibreeze and Quickbreeze we reviewed recently, the Profloss dental water jet also connects to your existing faucet. Installation is very easy, in just five minutes you could be done and ready for your first teeth cleaning with the Proflose. After every use, you just need to press a button to “un-snap” the Profloss waterflosser from its connector and tuck it away in its pouch. Then “snap” it in again as soon as you need to use it. You’ll still be able to use your faucet, very convenient!
I feel the Profloss waterflosser is a much better option compared to the famous flossers from Waterpik. First of all, it is small so it does not clutter any counter space. As I said, it’s got a carry bag/pouch you can easily put it in when you need to. Again, it neither use batteries nor electricity. That means, no motor, and no motor means no noise! The water comes straight from the faucet, hence there will be no reservoir to fill up. Another great thing is the fact that you set the water temperature and pressure on the faucet itself by adjusting the handle.
The Profloss dental water jet spots a 4 speed button to adjust pressure so that you will not need to reach out for the faucet handle every time you need to adjust pressure. It may not have the power that is packed with electric operated water flossers. But for flushing out debris from braces, gum pockets and bridgework, the Profloss waterflosser works so good you’ll feel like you just returned from a dentist appointment after each use. Another advantage is that the Profloss water flosser comes with two tips, a pink and a blue one, so two people can share. Speaking about the tips, they are rotatable up to a 360 degrees angle, so you will be able to clean every part of your mouth without having to turn your head.
Will the Profloss 4190 waterflosser work with your faucet? Nothing is certain, but chances are, yes! As the manufacturer stated that it works with 99% of all the faucets out there. The aerator has inside and outside threads, so it fits most faucets with 15/16″ female faucet threads OR 55/64″ male faucet threads.
The only problem most people are raising with the Profloss waterflosser is the aerator being made of plastic. So over time it breaks and will be un-usable. But the manufacturer does stand-by their warranty promise, some customers on Amazon reported that the company sent them a replacement part at no cost to them.
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I greatly recommend the Profloss 4190 waterflosser to each and every person who is in need of a waterpick / flosser without the mess and fuss of the larger ones.