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Waterpik Ultra Plus review | Live Science


The Waterpik Ultra Plus lives up to the name “ultra”, with a range of flossing tips, a large reservoir capacity and ten powerful pressure settings. Whether you’re new to water flossing or are looking for a flosser to take up permanent residence in your bathroom, the Ultra Plus is better than most of the portable flossers we’ve tested due to its powerful pressure settings, variety of tips and easy to use ergonomic buttons. 

Waterpik Ultra Plus: Essential info

90 seconds of reservoir capacity

Storage compartment for heads

Ergonomic buttons

Six different tips

Powered from shaver socket 

Non-wireless 

10 pressure settings

Flosser head attached to reservoir with extendable cord

Easy to clean/dry 

Click tips into place, button to release 

During use, you can see the water depleting through the clear tank, so it’s easy to know when to refill if necessary. There is a button on the flosser itself to start and stop the water if you need to, as well as an on/off switch and pressure dial on the base of the flosser, which are both easy to use without looking (if your head is over the sink) and responsive to soft touch.



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