Blusmart Cordless Dental Water Flosser with 4 Tips

 

I have tried quite a few very similar flossers and this new model from Blusmart seems as good as any of them and the current price of £29.99 is very attractive compared to that of the Big Name rivals.

In the well designed mid-market product box was the flosser itself, a USB power cable, two standard colour coded heads in a plastic storage box, two spare colour coded heads, UK Power Adapter, carry bag and a User Guide. The User Guide although small is well printed and easy to read and I enclose a scan of it in my unboxing video.

The flosser seems very well made fine for the price and I was pleased to see that it uses a USB power source, which makes it great for taking on holiday as no mains plugs or adapters are needed. It is IPX7 waterproof so it can be used with safety in the bathroom. Unlike some rivals, the 200ml water tank can be fully removed for cleaning although it also has a quick access point to refill.

It has an internal 1400mA lithium battery and one four hour charge can give up to ten days of normal use.  It is a pity though that a non-standard power socket is used on the flosser end rather than a normal micro-USB. So take care not to mislay the cable.

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: normal, soft and pulse. 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 modes vary between 30-100 PSI hydraulic pressure with a water pulse of 1400-1800 per minute. The device will switch off after two minutes of use if the current mode is not changed. The mode selection lights are also used to indicate charging: flashing when charging, solid when fully charged. Below the jet tip holder on the top is quick release button for use when changing heads.

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 200ml water tank is more than enough for a cleaning session and can be quickly refilled from the tap. One battery charge is enough for more than a week of normal use. The travel bag is handy when on vacation to protect the flosser and heads and if not away for too long there is no need to take the cable.

This is a well made and easy to use device, works well, and compares very favourably to similar units from market-leading brands.

The Good
Good price
Effective Cleaning
Quiet in use
Three cleaning modes
Four Heads
Carry bag
Power Adapter included

The Bad
Non-standard USB cable

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