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Units sold in US and Canada are for use in the USA and Canada only. The 120 voltage and 60/hertz/frequency rates are not compatible with international currents, even with the use of a converter. Using this model with international currents will result in motor failure and is not covered by the warranty. Water Pik does… see more Units sold in US and Canada are for use in the USA and Canada only. The 120 voltage and 60/hertz/frequency rates are not compatible with international currents, even with the use of a converter. Using this model with international currents will result in motor failure and is not covered by the warranty. Water Pik does manufacture units specifically for use in other countries, please see the international distributor list which can be found at http://www.waterpik.com/distributors. see less Units sold in US and Canada are for use in the USA and Canada only. The 120 voltage and 60/hertz/frequency rates are not compatible with international currents, even with the use of a converter. Using this model with international currents will result in motor failure and is not covered by the warranty. Water Pik does manufacture units specifically for use in other countries, please see the international distributor list which can be found at http://www.waterpik.com/distributors.
Susan P.
· May 23, 2014
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WP-100 is the one with a very strong motor, will last for years, unless you forget and leave it running on an empty tank as i did.
So what if it is noisy; it works and will last. By the way, using it at more than 2-3 may cause damage to your gum line.
Leaky tank valve, even the new WP-100s have a defective tank valv… see more
WP-100 is the one with a very strong motor, will last for years, unless you forget and leave it running on an empty tank as i did.
So what if it is noisy; it works and will last. By the way, using it at more than 2-3 may cause damage to your gum line.
Leaky tank valve, even the new WP-100s have a defective tank valve (it doesn't fall down when the tank is removed, therefore the tank dribbles when removed for refill. This problem remains even with new valve inserts (which i obtained from Waterpik's wonderful service). The fix, although slightly annoying, is to take the handle of your toothbrush and gently press down on the valve during the lift off process. You can then discontinue the toothbrush, and refill and reseat the tank, without dribbles occuring. Just grin and bear it. Also, you will need to purchase replacement angled wands because the tip will become junky and can't be cleaned. see less
WP-100 is the one with a very strong motor, will last for years, unless you forget and leave it running on an empty tank as i did.
So what if it is noisy; it works and will last. By the way, using it at more than 2-3 may cause damage to your gum line.
Leaky tank valve, even the new WP-100s have a defective tank valve (it doesn't fall down when the tank is removed, therefore the tank dribbles when removed for refill. This problem remains even with new valve inserts (which i obtained from Waterpik's wonderful service). The fix, although slightly annoying, is to take the handle of your toothbrush and gently press down on the valve during the lift off process. You can then discontinue the toothbrush, and refill and reseat the tank, without dribbles occuring. Just grin and bear it. Also, you will need to purchase replacement angled wands because the tip will become junky and can't be cleaned.

NinoUpte7
· October 14, 2020
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Got mine July 11, 2017, just started bugging out this week. I've used it an avg. of 3x/day for over two years, and the pressure is now going away. So glad you posted this q. and answers! From "Waterpik Product Support": This unit actually does carry a three year warranty through Waterpik. If you are having an issue wi… see more Got mine July 11, 2017, just started bugging out this week. I've used it an avg. of 3x/day for over two years, and the pressure is now going away. So glad you posted this q. and answers! From "Waterpik Product Support": This unit actually does carry a three year warranty through Waterpik. If you are having an issue with the product, please call customer service at 1-800-525-2774 Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm Mountain time for warranty assistance. https://www.amazon.com/review/R2XOLO5648324G/ref=ask_dp_lswr_rp_hza see less Got mine July 11, 2017, just started bugging out this week. I've used it an avg. of 3x/day for over two years, and the pressure is now going away. So glad you posted this q. and answers! From "Waterpik Product Support": This unit actually does carry a three year warranty through Waterpik. If you are having an issue with the product, please call customer service at 1-800-525-2774 Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm Mountain time for warranty assistance. https://www.amazon.com/review/R2XOLO5648324G/ref=ask_dp_lswr_rp_hza
flyer
· October 16, 2018
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There is a spot for two piks, any you choose. It is to the side of the water tank. You have to store the rest separately.
Amazon Customer
· June 1, 2014
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I have this and it is a little loud. Since I am the only person that uses it not sure how loud it sounds to others. I use it either in the morning or in the evening so the noise isn't a big deal to me.
GLENN BERKENBUSH
· January 11, 2015
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It replaces manual flossing if you absolutely dislike manual flossing. It's better than not doing anything at all. I feel the water action also helps massage the gums and will get your teeth feeling clean and fresh and gets the majority of debris out. However, after using it, I did a test and noticed that with string f… see more It replaces manual flossing if you absolutely dislike manual flossing. It's better than not doing anything at all. I feel the water action also helps massage the gums and will get your teeth feeling clean and fresh and gets the majority of debris out. However, after using it, I did a test and noticed that with string flossing my "scraping" action in between each tooth from the string floss picks up anything else the Waterpik leaves behind. see less It replaces manual flossing if you absolutely dislike manual flossing. It's better than not doing anything at all. I feel the water action also helps massage the gums and will get your teeth feeling clean and fresh and gets the majority of debris out. However, after using it, I did a test and noticed that with string flossing my "scraping" action in between each tooth from the string floss picks up anything else the Waterpik leaves behind.
MZ
· June 1, 2019
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Diana J. Bonnici, the Waterpik 130 is the older model and the Waterpik Aquarius is the newer model with the touch controls, but they both work just as good , just depends on what you prefer. I did not like the colors and controls on the older models, wanted the sleeker look with touch controls. You can't go wrong with… see more Diana J. Bonnici, the Waterpik 130 is the older model and the Waterpik Aquarius is the newer model with the touch controls, but they both work just as good , just depends on what you prefer. I did not like the colors and controls on the older models, wanted the sleeker look with touch controls. You can't go wrong with any of them because they really do a good job depending on the budget. You need to remember that if you order one you will need to purchase extra cleaning tools for other member of your family and you will have to make sure you get the correct tools for the model you purchase..I love my Waterpik Aquarius but wish it had more storage for the extra cleaning tools but still I'm happy. Good Luck hope I was of some help to you. see less Diana J. Bonnici, the Waterpik 130 is the older model and the Waterpik Aquarius is the newer model with the touch controls, but they both work just as good , just depends on what you prefer. I did not like the colors and controls on the older models, wanted the sleeker look with touch controls. You can't go wrong with any of them because they really do a good job depending on the budget. You need to remember that if you order one you will need to purchase extra cleaning tools for other member of your family and you will have to make sure you get the correct tools for the model you purchase..I love my Waterpik Aquarius but wish it had more storage for the extra cleaning tools but still I'm happy. Good Luck hope I was of some help to you.
Dean Johnson
· October 21, 2014
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You can, but you should avoid using any type of essential oils (be careful that your mouthwash does not contain any) as they will ruin the plastic over time and your waterpik won’t last as long. FYI Listerine contains several essential oils (eucalyptol, menthol, methyl salycilate, and thymol). If you do use mouthwash i… see more You can, but you should avoid using any type of essential oils (be careful that your mouthwash does not contain any) as they will ruin the plastic over time and your waterpik won’t last as long. FYI Listerine contains several essential oils (eucalyptol, menthol, methyl salycilate, and thymol). If you do use mouthwash in your waterpik, be sure to run clean water through after each use to avoid this problem regardless... see less You can, but you should avoid using any type of essential oils (be careful that your mouthwash does not contain any) as they will ruin the plastic over time and your waterpik won’t last as long. FYI Listerine contains several essential oils (eucalyptol, menthol, methyl salycilate, and thymol). If you do use mouthwash in your waterpik, be sure to run clean water through after each use to avoid this problem regardless...
PaigeMarin
· October 14, 2018
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3 - JT-100E - Waterpik® Classic Jet Tip
1 - OD-100E - Waterpik® Orthodontic Tip
1 - PP-100E - Waterpik® Pik Pocket™ Tips… see more
3 - JT-100E - Waterpik® Classic Jet Tip
1 - OD-100E - Waterpik® Orthodontic Tip
1 - PP-100E - Waterpik® Pik Pocket™ Tips
1 - PS-100E - Waterpik® Plaque Seeker® Tip
1 - TB-100E - Waterpik® Water Flosser Toothbrush see less
3 - JT-100E - Waterpik® Classic Jet Tip
1 - OD-100E - Waterpik® Orthodontic Tip
1 - PP-100E - Waterpik® Pik Pocket™ Tips
1 - PS-100E - Waterpik® Plaque Seeker® Tip
1 - TB-100E - Waterpik® Water Flosser Toothbrush

Robert H.
· November 16, 2014
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mine was very difficult to move also. i called waterpic and they sent me another control unit but it was not much better. i control my unit by holding one hand on the power switch and turning it off as i use it, it works fine like this and i am real happy with the perfomance of the unit.
that on/off button is too tough… see more
mine was very difficult to move also. i called waterpic and they sent me another control unit but it was not much better. i control my unit by holding one hand on the power switch and turning it off as i use it, it works fine like this and i am real happy with the perfomance of the unit.
that on/off button is too tough for an eighty year old see less
mine was very difficult to move also. i called waterpic and they sent me another control unit but it was not much better. i control my unit by holding one hand on the power switch and turning it off as i use it, it works fine like this and i am real happy with the perfomance of the unit.
that on/off button is too tough for an eighty year old

THOMAS KLUEMPERS
· March 7, 2015