Reviews of the 10 Best Water Flossers of 2018


If you are searching for the top water flossing gadgets available on the market, you have come to the right place. If you need more information on dental hygiene, check out our blog and knowledge base.

Below you will find a list of 10 flossers that are worth your money. The list is unbiased and subject to change, in case new and better products come out on the market.

Here are the best water flossers that we reviewed:

Waterpik Aquarius WP 660 & 662

This futuristic looking piece of flossing technology is considered the most advanced model on the current market. Not only that, but it comes in eye-catching white and stormy, but classy, black color.

Compared to other irrigators, the Aquarius is by far the best looking model. Waterpik have gone to great lengths to ditch their previously bulky and boring designs. As a result, their efforts have produced the Mona Liza of water flossers. However, looks and sleek designs are not everything, especially when it comes to dental hygiene.

Thankfully, the WP 660 & 662 (black) models hold more to themselves than what meets the eye.

Waterpik have long been considered a giant among the water flossing manufactures, and the Aquarius model serves as yet another affirmation. The company goes as far as guaranteeing its customers an incredible 99.9% plaque removal. Considering the unit is being used as often as instructed (twice a day).

The WP 660 & 662 models introduce a few new features that can distinguish it from the Ultra model. Some of them include an On/Off button conveniently placed on the handle, a 30 second pause option, and a relaxing gum massage. Thanks to Waterpik’s new modulation technology, the enhanced gum stimulation is heavenly soothing for your gums. Most needed feature for overall dental health.

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ToiletTree Oral Irrigator

toilettree-cordless-water-flosser-colorsThis is the best pocket water flosser available right now. If you are looking for a device that you can take with you when you travel, this is it. This model is cordless, small enough to fit in any normal carryon bag, light, and very easy to handle.

Speaking of travelling, this second generation unit supports universal voltages, so you can practically take it anywhere. Not just to the US and Europe, but also to the deep Amazon jungles. Considering you can find electricity there and a place to plug it. Seriously, let’s not forget about dental hygiene even when we go to the jungle or on an African safari!

The design of this powerful model by ToiletTree is sharp, a little bit edgy, and very modern looking. It feels very secure in your hand, despite being so lightweight and powerful. Believe me when I say, the stream of this unit will surprise you at first. This is why, it is equipped with three different modes: Normal, Soft and Pulse.

The extra-large reservoir that comes by default with every unit eliminates the need to stop and refill. The reservoir is easy to remove, easy to fill up and easy to put back on.

Besides the lustrous design, various functionality and ease of use, this unit made it to the top 10 list, because of ToiletTree’s unmatched customer service.

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Panasonic EW-DJ10

panasonic-ew-dj10Evidently, Panasonic are trying to expand their electronic consumer reach by testing new and previously unexplored dental hygiene lands. Their efforts, needless to say, have rightfully earned them the number 3 position on this list.

Continuing with the travel friendly trend that ToiletTree started, the EW-DJ10 is an excellent unit in that department. It is by far the smallest, and therefore, most efficient for its size water flosser available on the market. The ability to fold up and collapse to half its actual size, this model is perfect for stashing anywhere in your luggage.

But, does size really matter? Operating at almost 27 water pulses per second, I think not! The dual speed pulse option absolutely compensates for the small physical size. This is what a Mini Cooper with supercharged engine would look like. Kind of like the one from the movie “The Italian Job”.

Powerful, portable and compact, Panasonic guarantees that the EW-DJ10 model will eliminate bacteria and plaque with the speed of light.

Quick to fill up, easy to use and easy to clean. This Panasonic oral irrigator will enhance your gum health while remaining super simple to maintain. You get all of that, and the perfect travel companion.

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Waterpik WP-900

waterpik-wp900This is a complete oral care solution by Waterpik. The WP-950 unit includes not just a water flosser but an electric Sonic toothbrush as well. The only thing missing are the floss threaders and string flossers. But, you can always use the cord for that purpose! Just kidding, please don’t use the cord!

With its contemporary and compact design, this model can make a great addition to your bathroom. The convenient design and clever white and blue colors can practically match any bright interior design. Hopefully, your bathroom is not located in a cave. If it is, you must be Batman!

Speaking of your bathroom, the only thing is, that it will have to be located in North America. The WP-900 model is only compatible with 120VAC/60Hz outlets. So, you can’t really take it to Europe or Asia with you. It will have to stay home and collect dust. Unless, of course, you get yourself an extra cord, that only costs a couple of bucks! Or, use a transformer.

On the positive side, this model will give you 90+ seconds of water capacity. So, you want have to stop in the middle of flossing to refill it. And if this isn’t enough, it comes with high and low speed options that you can regulate from the handle.

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H2Ofloss hf-8 Whisper

h2ofloss-hf-8-whisperer-water-flosserI just love the creativity behind the name of this company H20 Floss. It also resonates well with me, because H20 is the only term that I remember from chemistry class.

Much like Waterpik, H20floss is dedicated to manufacturing dental irrigators and other gadgets suitable for dental care. I must say that their devotion has been outstanding, and for that reason they deserve a special place in this top 10 list of water flossers.

Known as the “hf-8 whisperer”, this unit is extremely quiet and has the ability to operate behind enemy lines. In other words, if your better half is asleep, you can comfortably floss your teeth in the bathroom without waking him/her up. No need to run down to the kitchen, or play commando by building a suppressor from your kitchen supplies cabinet. This model is truly quiet.

Like any quiet ninja, the hf-8 is well equipped. It comes with 10 multi-purpose tips, a large (900ml) capacity reservoir and six pressure settings. The tank will arguably last you a good 180 seconds. So, if you are as quick as I am with flossing, you can use the same tank in the morning and in the evening, without having to refill it.

This model is affordable and the plethora of tips (10) that it comes with are practically suitable for any dental use.

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Profloss 4190 Water flosser

profloss-water-flosser-4190Let me start by saying that this unit is considerably cheaper than the rest. The main reason for the low price is that this is a faucet powered oral irrigator. What that means, is that you attach it to your faucet and use it this way. It does not have its own water reservoir.

Having said that, the Profloss 4190 unit does not need batteries or electricity. It works with magic! No, not really. It is powered by your faucet, and it is quiet like a deadly assassin from an 18th century Japanese movie. The main reason is that this model does not have a noisy motor, or any kind of motor for that reason.

Besides being low priced, this unit deserves a place in the top list because it’s the best of its kind. Not everyone wants a flosser with a motor or batteries. Also not everyone wants a countertop model that takes too much space on their shelves. So, this is the solution for you.

It comes with 4 pressure settings and two tips. It can fit most faucets that measure 15/16” (female faucet threads) and 55/64” (male faucet threads).

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Gurin Oral Irrigator

gurin-ora-irrigator-4This is another powerful, lightweight and cordless device to help with your oral hygiene.

Unlike other brands on this list, Gurin does not only produce dental related products. They have a variety of manufactured goods, such as dehumidifiers, electrode pads, and many more.

Nevertheless, they have managed to design a sleek looking flosser that can go head-to-head with the other ones on this list. Weighing 13 lbs, this model is ready to be measured with the heavy weights of this industry. Namely Panasonic and Waterpik.

This Gurin device has universal voltage, so you can take it with you to Antarctica, or Riviera Maya. Not, sure about your travel preferences. It also comes with 3 operating modes: soft, normal and pulse. This should be enough to satisfy the neediest of teeth.

My personal advice is to start by using the soft mode, and work your way up to the pulse mode. The third setting is quite powerful and it is advisable to warm up your gums before you turn it on.

Unlike some other models on this list, the Gurin comes with just 2 picks. Both are, of course, color coded. One is blue and the other is green, allowing the unit to be shared.

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ShowerBreeze Dental Irrigator

showerbreeze-water-flosserMuch like the name suggests, this unit connects to your shower head. Unlike popular belief, the installation only takes a few seconds, and your shower head does not have to be detached.

This unit comes with a really nice looking valve that is designed from chrome plated brass. So, you shouldn’t worry about the aesthetics of your shower cabin too much. Once you attach the valve and reattach the shower head, there is nothing else to do.

The simple valve lets you select between shower water and the ShowerBreeze. Switch it at your own convenience.

There are other similar oral irrigators on the market, but based on online reviews, this seems to be the popular choice. It is also unique to this list and it was included to give readers a bit of a choice. Flossing your teeth while showering must be pretty cool. Hitting two birds with one stone right there.

The ShowerBreeze also comes equipped with two color coded tips, one red and one blue.

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ToiletTree Poseidon Oral Irrigator

toilettree-poseidon-water-flosserNamed after the ruler of the sea form the Greek mythology, this flosser will rule your teeth.

The irresistible water forces of the sea and ocean are brought to you thanks to ToiletTree. This is also their second product on this list, if you are following up. If not, you should know that this company has stellar customer service and their products are definitely worth a peek.

The Poseidon model looks awesome and it comes with a smooth charging stand. This is a pretty cool feature, because you don’t have to worry about remembering where you left the charging cord. Now, once you are done flossing, just place the unit back on the charging station.

Another cool thing about this unit is that it has universal voltage and 3 speeds: normal, soft and pulse.

The company claims that the model has a high capacity water tank. However, their website does not provide the exact measurements. Some reviewers on the internet seem to agree that the reservoir takes around 2/3 cups or 5.5oz of water. This is around 160ml, and a bit less when compared to the EW-DJ10 and WP-360W models.

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Waterpik WP-360W Cordless

waterpik-water-flosser-wp360This is the third Waterpik product on this list, I know. But, I can’t help it. This is truly the company that started all of the fuss about water flossing, and they have revolutionized the industry more than anyone else.

The WP-360W is yet another cordless model. Like the ones reviewed above, this is a great solution for traveling purposes. With 24 water pulses per second, or 1450 per minute, and 2 pressure settings, this unit does an excellent job of flossing.

There have been numerous complaints regarding the battery life of the WP-360W. I’ve had this unit for about a year, and never had issues with it. In any case, check out the extended review of this and other cordless flossers by Waterpik.

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The Mad Formula Behind This List of Best Water Flosser Reviews

Putting this list together was a fun and educational experience. Trying out different products, inquiring about manufacturing practices and testing customer service was just a part of the research that was undertaken. At one point I think I was flossing my teeth up to 8 times a day.  I tried looking up “over-flossing” syndrome in the medical dictionary, but thankfully, there was nothing on the subject! At least, not yet.

But, before you just take our word for it, let me explain the criteria and factors that led to the formation of this list of top 10 oral irrigators.

Doing so will allow you to see what we considered important in our research. Hopefully, this will help you make an educated and conscious consumer’s decision in the future.

Furthermore, we have put together a guide on how to use a water flosser. If for some reason you are unsure if this product is for you, head over and read about some of the benefits.



For those of you who are unfamiliar, BPA (bisphenol A) is an industrial chemical used by manufacturers to produce a variety of plastic products. The most common use of BPA is in polycarbonate plastics that make up a large number of food containers and water bottles.

Another widespread use of BPA is with epoxy resins. These are mostly used to coat the inside parts of products made of metal, such as your favorite can of beans or tuna fish.

The reason I bring this boring chemistry topic to your attention, is because BPA has been clinically proven to be harmful to our health. This chemical element is associated with medical conditions, such as reproductive disorders, heart disease, impaired brain functionality and more.

Without going into too much details, BPA was important to our research.

All of the water flossers listed above are made out of plastic and the majority have plastic reservoirs. For this reason it was essential that we consider the lack of BPA as a positive component to our review process.

Based on information provided by the manufacturers, all products in this top 10 list are free of BPA. For this same reason, all products are FDA (Food and Drug Association) approved.



A solid warranty demonstrates that the manufacturer exhibits a strong confidence in their product. The extent of the warranty can also be validated based on two premises.

First, what period of time does the guarantee cover? All oral irrigators featured in our list offer a minimum of 12 months warranty. Some units going as far as 36 months limited warranty.

Second, what does the guarantee cover? Most products on our top list offer a full warranty for a certain period of time and a limited warranty afterwards. Visit our extended review pages for the products that interest you in order to find out more.

Reviews & Ratings


For good or for bad, the Internet has enabled everyone to express their opinion. Many of those opinions come in the form of reviews and ratings of products. These are the only ones that we were interested in when looking at different sellers and their dental hygiene gadgets.

Honest reviews and ratings found on third party non-affiliated websites, forums and e-commerce platforms are great indicators about quality, warranty and customer service. We searched a variety of dental associated blogs and forums to find expert evaluations and grading. We also gathered recommendations from average consumers’ common review websites.

Using a combination of authority opinions and average Joes’ opinions, we were able to form a relatively unbiased view. Each of the recommended products on this page has at least 300+ reviews and ratings gathered from a variety of sources. These evaluations were than combined and given an average score from 1 to 5.

Company’s customer service

Customer service is often the only point of contact between a customer and a business. Let’s face it, none of us will travel to the manufacturer’s plant or sit on the board of directors when purchasing a dental flosser device.

Whether it is before, during or after a purchase, the customer service needs to not just be there, but be useful.

All brands that we have reviewed have customer service agents available via telephone, email and even chat (at some instances). Being able to reach out and ask a question is one of two aspects that we evaluated. The second one was level of knowledge and usefulness. In other words, we assessed if customer service was available and if it was actually helpful.

All companies scored somewhat differently on this criteria. More detailed results are available in the separate product review pages.

Functionality & Options

The water flossers rated on this page are from three different categories: cordless, countertop and faucet/shower attachable. Okay, I confess, I totally made up the name of that last category. But, I only did so for a lack of a category name. Not because products in this category do not exist!

The functionalities of each dental gadget were measured and compared against devices within the same category. For example, the available options of the ToiletTree cordless oral irrigator were compared against the available options of the Panasonic cordless device. This allowed our team to avoid comparing apples to oranges.

Some of the functions considered include, but are not limited to:

  • Can the unit be shared?
  • Is the unit universal?
  • How many modes does it have?
  • Ease of use.
  • Durability.
  • Looks.
  • Water pulses per minute.
  • Pressure settings.
  • Reservoir capacity.
  • Number of tips included.
  • Water Control located on Handle (for counter top models).
  • Battery life (for cordless models).

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Most people try to avoid dentists and hygienists as much as possible. Even though dental health is important, it does not have to be painful and costly.

Hopefully this blog can help you learn about dental hygiene, help you find reasonably priced methods and products to maintain your dental health, and help you learn a thing or two.