Description of Mijia Electric Flusher Wireless Irrigator
Revolutionize Your Oral Care Routine with the Mijia Electric Flusher Wireless Irrigator
Proper oral care is essential to maintain a healthy smile and prevent oral diseases such as cavities and gum disease. Traditional toothbrushes and floss can't always reach the deepest crevices, leaving behind stubborn plaque and food debris. However, the Mijia Electric Flusher Wireless Irrigator is here to revolutionize your oral care routine by providing a comprehensive solution.
Unleash the Power of 1400 Pulsing Flows Per Minute
Featuring a state-of-the-art smart permanent magnet motor, the Mijia irrigator offe...
- It is not noisy, it is not bulky, it is powerful, and it is extremely nice to use. port for charging of type C
- After putting in four months of effort, just passed away in peace. ceased switching on everything and everything. It is not entirely clear where an individual should apply for a guarantee or even if it is worthwhile to make the effort.
- Strong and consistent water pressure cleans the space between the teeth to perfection. Displays nicely on a shelf in the bathroom. It has a pleasant feel to the touch.
- The reason that there are so many nozzles is not explained very well.
- Simple and little. To treat the entire mouth cavity, there is sufficient capacity. suitable for cleaning installations and crowns. Several modes exist. Starting at the slowest pace possible, you can increase it if necessary. Plus: Regular use lasted about 1.5 months on the charge.
- It's difficult to comment because this is the first time I've used it, and there is nothing else to compare it to.
- On the photo itself, as well as in the comments below it
- Size. Pushing power. Long battery life.
- I didn’t find it . Well, maybe the volume is not enough . although it’s enough for one cleaning.
- It's hard to say, the first time I use, there is nothing to compare
- On the photo and in the comments
- The first device of this format or type . In general, I have not used it before, but cleaning between the teeth is definitely better than a toothpick or floss.
- Not a toothbrush, of course, in size, but otherwise it would probably be to the detriment of either the working part or the container, which in my opinion is just right, I have enough of it in a pulsed mode, with a drop of which.