300 ml water tank oral irrigator with 50 days battery life

  • Battery capacity: 2200 mah
  • Charge time: 3 H
  • Battery life: 50 days
  • Material: Shell ABS, water tank PC, Nozzle: PC
  • Modes: 5 modes, Pulse/Standard/Soft Sensitive/Spot
  • Water pressure range: 60-140 psi
  • Pulse frequency: 1600-1800 tpm
  • Water tank: 300 ml
  • Water proof: IPX 7
  • Color: Black, gray, white
  • Components: Main body, nozzle * 4, color box, instructions, charging cable
  • Model No.: K007
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    Big water tank oral irrigator

    Using a big water tank with an oral irrigator has several benefits:

    Convenience: A larger water tank means that you don't have to refill it as often during your oral care routine, making the process more convenient and efficient.

    Longer usage time: With a bigger water tank, you can use your oral irrigator for a longer period of time before needing to refill it, which can be especially helpful for those with complex oral care routines or those who have difficulty accessing a water source.

    Better cleaning: A larger water tank can help ensure that you have enough water pressure and volume to effectively clean your teeth and gums, especially if you're dealing with tough plaque or debris.

    Fewer interruptions: Having to stop and refill the water tank frequently can be frustrating and can disrupt your oral care routine. A larger water tank can reduce these interruptions and help you stay focused on your oral health goals.


    Product Description

    One common question we receive from customers is what the expected lifespan of our oral irrigator is. The lifespan of the device can vary depending on how frequently it is used and how well it is maintained. With proper use and maintenance, our oral irrigator can last for several years.

    To ensure the longevity of the oral irrigator, we recommend the following tips:

    Clean the device after each use to prevent the buildup of bacteria and debris.

    Replace the nozzle every three to six months to maintain optimal hygiene and performance.

    Avoid using the device with hot water or liquids as this can damage the device.

    Store the device in a dry, cool place to prevent moisture buildup.

    Avoid dropping the device or exposing it to extreme temperatures.

    By following these tips, individuals can prolong the lifespan of the oral irrigator and maintain optimal performance.

    At Stable Smart Life Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd., we take pride in providing our customers with high-quality personal care products that promote optimal oral health and hygiene. If you have any questions about the lifespan or maintenance of our products or any other inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are committed to providing excellent customer service and support to all our customers.



    What is a water flosser?
    A water flosser, also known as an oral irrigator, is a device that uses a stream of water to remove food particles and plaque from teeth and gums. It's an alternative to traditional dental floss that can be more effective for people with braces, implants, or other dental work.

    How does a water flosser work?
    A water flosser uses a motor to create a stream of pressurized water that is aimed at the teeth and gums. The water dislodges and removes food particles and plaque from the crevices and gaps between teeth and along the gum line.

    Are water flossers better than traditional flossing?
    Water flossers can be more effective than traditional flossing for some people, especially those with dental work that makes flossing difficult. However, traditional flossing is still recommended as a daily habit by dentists and is more effective at removing plaque from tight spaces between teeth.

    Can water flossers replace brushing?
    No, water flossers should not replace brushing. Brushing your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste is still the most important part of good oral hygiene.

    Are water flossers safe to use?
    Yes, water flossers are safe to use for most people. However, it's important to follow the instructions carefully and not aim the water stream too forcefully at the teeth or gums, as this can cause damage.

    Do I still need to visit the dentist if I use a water flosser?
    Yes, regular dental check-ups and cleanings are still important, even if you use a water flosser. Your dentist can check for any problems and provide professional cleaning that can remove plaque and tartar that may have built up.

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