There are many very similar dental flossers available but this one is perhaps the most nicely presented I have seen and is certainly one of the most inexpensive, currently at £23.49 on Amazon.
In the attractive mid-market product box was the flosser itself, an induction charging base with two pin plug, a set of two colour coded heads, and a User Guide. The User Guide is large, well printed and easy to read and I enclose a scan of it in my unboxing video.
Build quality seems fine for the price and I was pleased to see a proper shaver point plug was included as many of the imported rivals come with a three pin plug illegal for bathroom use.
Using the device is easy enough. On the front are two large buttons, one for power Off/On, the other to toggle through the three cleaning modes: standard, soft and massage (pulsating). There are LED lights to indicate the selected mode and the pitch of the motor varies in intensity between modes so you easily know which is selected. The device will switch off after two minutes if the current mode is not changed. The mode selection lights are also used to indicate charging: flashing when charging, solid when charging completely.
As a long-term user of these devices I was pleased with the power of the device, often battery powered flossers can only manage a rather feeble flow, not so here. I usually use it in standard mode and switch to soft or massage modes for the gums. The 150ml water tank is more than enough for a cleaning session and can be quickly refilled from the tap. One battery charge is enough for a couple of weeks of normal use.
This is an excellent device, works well, and compares well to similar units from high-end rivals. However, it is worth pointing out that Mornwell have just introduced a new and updated model at the same price, the Mornwell D52
Cleaning works well
Quiet in use
Three cleaning modes
No carry bag
Only two heads