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Waterpik WP250 Nano Water Flosser
- Clinically proven to be more effective than floss for healthier gums
- Powers from a UK shaver socket
- 60-second water capacity
- Designed for easy storage
- Three pressure settings
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The Waterpik Nano Water Flosser is the easy and more effective way to floss.
Designed for maximum flossing convenience, this compact Water Flosser works with a shaver socket and includes a reservoir that inverts for travel and storage.
Waterpik Water Flossers are the only brand clinically proven to be more effective than traditional dental floss and Sonicare Air Floss for reducing plaque and gingivitis.
The Waterpik Nano (WP-250UK) features an extra space saving sizethat is 50% smaller than previous models, with a quiet and energy efficient design. Plus the Nano Water Flosser can be powered from a shaver socket. It includes 2 unique tips, 60+ seconds of water capacity, a pressure control system with 3 settings, and a 2-year warranty.
Product Features: Smaller and quieter than previous models
Can be powered from a shaver socket.
2 Unique Tips
Pressure Control System with 3 Settings
10 to 80 psi
Reservoir capacity of 60+ seconds
Reservoir can be inverted for travel and storage
Can be used with water or your favourite mouthwash
Included with Unit:
1 - Classic Jet Tip (JT-100E) Cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline
1 - Plaque Seeker Tip (PS-100E) Three thin tufts of bristles access stubborn plaque
From the Manufacturer
Waterpik Nano Water Flosser
Compact and Convenient
Designed for maximum flossing convenience, the Nano is a compact electric Water Flosser that is 50% smaller than previous models.
A unique combination of water pressure and pulsations cleans deep between teeth and below the gumline, removing harmful bacteria and debris that traditional brushing, air flossing, and string flossing can’t reach.
Easy to Use
Simply fill the reservoir with water, point the tip at your gumline, and floss. Fill with warm water for sensitive teeth or add mouthwash.
What's in the Box?
- Nano Water Flosser
- 1 Classic Flosser Tip
- 1 Plaque Seeker Tip
Invert the reservoir to use as a cover for travel and storage.
Clinically Proven Results
Effective Plaque Removal
Clinically proven to remove up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas in 3 seconds.
Essential for Implants
Up to 2X as effective for improving gum health around implants vs. string floss.
Superior Cleaning Around Braces
Up to 3X as effective for removing plaque around braces vs. string floss.
Healthier Gums in Just 14 Days
Up to 50% more effective for improving gum health vs. string floss.
|Nano (WP-250)||Ultra (WP-120)||Ultra Professional (WP-660)||Complete Care (WP-900)||Cordless Plus (WP-450)|
|Water Control On Handle||✓||✓||✓|
|Shaver Socket Power Source||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Covered Tip Storage In Unit||✓||✓||✓|
|Hydro-Pulse Massage Mode & LED Mode Indicators||✓|
|Number of Pressure Settings||3||10||10||10||2|
|Reservoir Capacity||60 seconds||90 seconds||90 seconds||90 seconds||45 seconds|
|Number of Tips Included||2||6||7||6||4|
|Warranty||2 years||3 years||2 years||2 years||2 years|
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Top Customer Reviews
The very VERY first impression was that the size of the unit, even in the packaging, is much smaller than I expected. Certainly it looks far less imposing or bulky on my bathroom shelf than I had feared, so a plus point there. That said, the water reservoir is quite small which means that, as you start to ramp-up the power setting, so you really notice the amount of water it uses.
Depending on your preferred method of using it once you have it, you may find that on power setting 2 you need to top-up the reservoir to do a 'whole mouth' waterfloss; on setting 3, the highest power setting, you definitely will need to top-up. That would only be an issue though if are one of those people seeking a waterflosser to does as some of these units' instructions (notably the cordless ones with their own internal reservoir) suggest and fill the reservoir with mouthwash. Certainly with this unit I would not recommend doing that given the sheer amount of mouthwash you would get through each time you flossed.
The unit itself is easy to assemble. It comes with two inter-changeable heads, a standard water-jet nozzle and one plaque-cleaning head with bristles on the end.
Using only the standard nozzle and starting on the lowest power setting (as the instructions suggest) this can seem a little weak, but you can still feel the flossing action having some effect.
Moving up to the 2nd power setting you really start to notice the difference.Read more ›
I was advised by my hygienist that water flossers are more effective than using traditional floss so I set off doing some research on Amazon and decided to try out this one. It had great reviews and we have nowhere the larger Waterpik would be able to stand, so the Nano was the obvious choice as would be able to sit on our sink, just below the shaver socket.
It is really fun to use! My teeth feel much cleaner after using it (and brushing of course) and it actually encourages me to brush my teeth more often, which is a very good thing. It's not too messy and if you do splash a bit of water around, it's only water! I wouldn't use it if I was just about to go out and was wearing a posh top though.
The water tank holds enough for you to go around your whole mouth. I've never had to refill it during a floss, however if you put it on the highest pressure you may possibly run out of water before you've finished. The pressure can be varied from 1 to 3 and there is a large difference between the settings so you can get it just the way you like it - I have it set to about 2.6.
This has definitely become a part of everyday life and I think I will always use a water flosser from now on. I haven't seen the hygienist since getting this, so I will be interested to see the difference in my teeth and gums at my next checkup!
UPDATE: I've just been for my 6 monthly check with the dentist and hygienist, and they were both very impressed with the improvement in my gums especially. My teeth didn't need any work doing to them and I had a lot less scraping than usual so we were all very pleased! :-D
Cable length = 142 cm
Width = 12 cm
Height = 11.5 cm
Depth = 10 cm
I asked before ordering and luckily the Waterpik will sit both on top of my wall-mounted bathroom cabinet and on my sink which is quite deep where it meets the wall, and the cable easily reaches the nearby shaver sockets. Note that the 142cm cable mentioned above represents the cable stretched to it's full extent, I would knock twenty or thirty centimetres off for practical purposes.
Previously I owned the WP450 and feel I've benefitted from it's use. I can see it will take me a few attempts to get used to the off/on switch being located on the base unit of this new model - I' ve mistakenly pressed the nozzle eject button several times already (thankfully without comic results!).
The manufacturer recommends you follow a four step pattern around your teeth - I do each step with my mouth closed, switching off to spit out the water between steps. Works for me - no more bleeding gums and it reaches awkward bits that my brush misses.
Your teeth will never have felt cleaner and your gums will be healthier
Powerful jet and quick cleaning
No food or debris left after the water jets on the follow up floss test!
Dentist said no need to come back for 8 months
You need the right environment - adequate flat surface and two pin plug (it won't balance on the edge of the basin)
Have to switch off on the base unit rather than on hand held part
Takes some getting used to! give it a few days to a week before giving up
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brilliant. Amazing how well it works - gets into areas the brush and floss cannot reach!Published 12 days ago by Jimmy
This replaced one I had before,delivery earlier than I expected,which was brilliant.i am very happy with purchase.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Once I worked out how best to use this I have found it quite reassuring. Small size means that it sits on my wash basin but I can see that it could be tricky if you don't have a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by pel-j
I have used Waterpiks for years now, and a better way of getting tip top dental hygiene cannot be imagined. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Warming Sceptic UK
While it works reasonably well it pumps so much water into your mouth that it is messy to usePublished 4 months ago by Mervyn H