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As recorded elsewhere, this Waterpik Flosser is the business but hopelessly compromised by a glaring design error for the British market. Clearly, you want to attend to dental hygiene in the bathroom, right? Unfortunately, this product is fitted with a conventional 3-pin plug which cannot be used anywhere near the bathroom sink!
Whilst the mains lead is fairly adequate, the reach of the flossing head is limited by a very short, curly pipe which has the habit of pulling the unit towards you as you flush the molars and gum-line! So, yes, you can plug this in in the kitchen, but then the machine is dangerously situated close to the sink.
Water pressure is variable and suitable for a thorough cleaning job, but the water tank is relatively small and so you are constantly refilling, therefore manipulating the appliance with inevitably wet hands, precariously close to the kitchen sink. Not one for the kids, methinks!