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Panasonic EW DJ10

Panasonic EW DJ10
alaAverage 4.5

90 reviews

Feb, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 90 reviews of Panasonic EW DJ10. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.4/5 for other Dental Care for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 89/100.

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Consumer review by: Mr A. (newegg.com)

So Far So good

 

While I did state that its not as powerful as plug in models, it can, with fully charged batteries, do just as good a job (has actually made my gums bleed on occasion as I am on a blood thinner). Best of all its great for use when camping or just on...

This compact, inexpensive, convenient little Water Pick clone from Panasonic has been a joy from day one. It works flawlessly and, if you use high performance lithium batteries (2 ea. AA cells), it lasts for months without needing battery replacement....

About the only drawbacks I have noted, have been the lack of sheer power when compared to 120 VAC corded models, and the fact that it does not come with several color coded personal "pik" attachments for use by other family members.

Aug, 2015

Consumer review by: Renwick T. (newegg.com)

Great product

 

I keep this at my desk, and I am able to clean the gaps between my teeth after meals, or snacks. One fill will get between all my teeth, and cleans better than brushing. No pain, or bleeding. Easy to fill, and empty chamber. Not loud, but does make...

Small, Lightweight, Powerful, Portable.

color does not match my eyes.

Jan, 2013

Consumer review by: Mr A. (newegg.com)

Great little unit!

 

This small, easily portable and drawer store-able unit works just fine. It's easy to fill and holds just enough water for a thorough mouth (can't use the word o**l, am told it's "inappropriate"!) rinse. No longer do we have a large, unattractive,...

The only down side so far, has been that the unit only comes with one irrigation head (pik). While the batteries must be replace periodically, the ease of storage and portability more then make up for it.

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: 1Busydad (newegg.com)

Great little unit!

 

This small, easily portable and drawer store-able unit works just fine. It's easy to fill and holds just enough water for a thorough mouth (can't use the word o**l, am told it's "inappropriate"!) rinse. No longer do we have a large, unattractive,...

The only down side so far, has been that the unit only comes with one irrigation head (pik). While the batteries must be replace periodically, the ease of storage and portability more then make up for it

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: PETER C. (newegg.com)

Surprisingly Good

 

Good water jet pressure, effective in getting between teeth, and strong enough to dislodge sticky substances from a variety of bathroom surfaces. Nice and portable

How the water is held in place (at full size) is potentially flimsy and requires some care to avoid a mess. Not for anyone lacking basic dexterity. Also, item came with only 1 nozzle (not the two that were promised, lost 2 egg). Panasonic can get it...

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: taylor a. (newegg.com)

Surprisingly Useful

 

I especially like having this around if I have eaten recently before brushing my teeth. It really blasts away any left over bits, preventing that uncomfortable minty/food mash up that can occur.

Easily clears away large debris. Great for preliminary clean.

Works too well as a squirt gun. Hard to use as intended, especially if there are any bugs, pets or significant others around.

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: usmale9659 (newegg.com)

Power level declines fast

 

I love Panasonic products, always have. If this unit was only used a few days at a time, like for a vacation, it would be fine. If you need it for everyday use buy an electric powered machine.

Works great for a week, every time fresh batteries are put in

Worked great first week...has steadily gone down since. Battery power really doesn't last very long. I believe it would be much more cost effective to buy an electric model ; It can also be tough to clean at times. Particles get trapped between lower...

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: Michael M. (newegg.com)

Power level declines fast

 

I love Panasonic products, always have. If this unit was only used a few days at a time, like for a vacation, it would be fine. If you need it for everyday use buy an electric powered machine.

Works great for a week, every time fresh batteries are put in.

Worked great first week...has steadily gone down since. Battery power really doesn't last very long. I believe it would be much more cost effective to buy an electric model. It can also be tough to clean at times. Particles get trapped between lower...

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: monomer (newegg.com)

Great for what it is!

 

One must remember what this is... Its not a replacement for a bathroom counter-top model, it is a portable/travel 0ral irrigator and thus it should be expected there will be a balance between amount of water storage in the handle and bulkiness of the...

No coil tubes attached, its all one piece and not tethered to a storage tank. It accepts re-chargeables and has good pressure until the batteries begin to sag (in about 3 weeks or so). Has a small 'footprint' on the counter top. Can be disassembled...

Because I realize its a portable/travel irrigator, I really can't find any issues that weren't expected

Nov, 2012

Consumer review by: Gregory C. (newegg.com)

Great for what it is!

 

One must remember what this is... Its not a replacement for a bathroom counter-top model, it is a portable/travel 0ral irrigator and thus it should be expected there will be a balance between amount of water storage in the handle and bulkiness of the...

No coil tubes attached, its all one piece and not tethered to a storage tank. It accepts re-chargeables and has good pressure until the batteries begin to sag (in about 3 weeks or so). Has a small 'footprint' on the counter top. Can be disassembled...

Because I realize its a portable/travel irrigator, I really can't find any issues that weren't expected.

Nov, 2012
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