@tejas_vern@wentzelduane Got them (Broadcare brand) from a site called keeypon with a coupon. Sadly they are OOS now. It is same unit with different branding. Also these need to be re-filled at least twice for one session due to its small 150ml tank.
IDK it says 2 at Amazon is $100 and if you look at the amazon link it’s $49.99 for 1 whole unit. So that should mean you get 2 boxes with 1 flosser and 2 heads per box. But I agree it doesn’t sound that way.
I don’t have this exact one, but I have one that is nearly exactly like it.
Buttons are in an awkward place (you’ll fire it off filling it at least once a week) and it BARELY holds enough water for a decent all-around cleaning. Linger too long on that jammed-in bacon-bit and you’ll be refilling it to finish the job.
I wish I’d have bought the one that had the hose and the 8oz reservoir sold here a couple weeks ago. But it definitely works and is far better than nothing. I’m a fairly routine flosser and this thing definitely flushes out barnacles you don’t know are there.
Just pulled the trigger. (renowned-cylindrical-cushion) Hopefully I can get my 10-year-old daughter to use this thing as she’s not very good at taking care of her teeth/dental health but maybe I’ll be able to sell her on it’s squirt gunish appeal for her mouth?
I like mine well enough. It was a bit too strong at first, so I actually had to run the battery down just a bit so its soft setting actually felt soft enough not to cause bleeding, but once I got that system down, it’s been quite good at its job.
The trick to not getting everything wet is to press the power button with the thing still in your mouth, which is harder than it sounds.