Panasonic EW1211A Dental Water Flosser Review

For many people, brushing their teeth is a chore. I know that it was for me, and I never liked doing it. Sometimes I would go days without cleaning just because I didn’t want to deal with it. And don’t even get me started on flossing. Every time I would floss it would be a painful experience, so I never did it. That is until I got some serious news from my dentist. After multiple cavities, he told me that if I didn’t start taking care of my teeth that I would need dentures in a few years. The thought of losing most of my teeth was a major wake-up call, and I knew that I needed to act.

That’s when I found the Panasonic EW1211A Dental Water Flosser. I tried flossing the old fashioned way, but it hurt too much, and I bled everywhere. A water flosser can clean out between teeth effectively and painlessly, meaning that you can take care of your mouth without it being a hassle.

If you want to keep your teeth clean without having to cut into your gums every time, then this device is for you.

Panasonic EW1211A Dental Water Flosser

Panasonic EW1211A Dental Water Flosser Overview:

Three Pressure Settings

The first thing I noticed about the  Panasonic EW1211A Water Flosser is that it has multiple pressure settings. My dentist told me that the reason I hated flossing was that my gums were sensitive. Well, with the water flosser, I can get between the cracks without hurting myself, and I can adjust the pressure to be as powerful or relaxing as I need. Whether you have extra sensitive gums like me or need something a bit more robust to get between your teeth, the EW1211A has you covered.

Handheld Cordless Design

When I first started looking at water flossers, I noticed that many designs had a big, bulky cord and were attached to a large water tank. That didn’t look appealing to me, which is why I went with this model instead. All you do is fill the compartment with water (or mouthwash) and then you’re ready to go. A rechargeable battery lets you clean your teeth without having to worry about a cord getting in the way. You could say that the EW1211A is very “handy.”

100% Waterproof

Another thing I like about this water flosser is that I can take it into the shower with me. Since I started using this device, I’ve been cleaning my teeth twice a day, so I love that I can multitask and shower and clean my teeth at the same time. Also, you can even wash it in the dishwasher when it starts to get dirty, meaning that you will always have a clean, pristine machine.

Two Flosser Nozzles Included

While having different water pressures is a fantastic way to ensure that your teeth get as clean as they need to be, what really makes  Panasonic EW1211A Dental Water Flosser effective is that it comes with two different flossing nozzles. If you need to reach into nooks and crannies, you can swap out the nozzle to get the best angle. Usually, I use one for my molars and then the other for my front teeth, but you can customize your experience to meet your needs.

 PROS  CONS
  • Easy to use
  • Variable water pressure
  • Interchangeable nozzles
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Waterproof
  • Convenient cordless design
  • Machine washable
  • Two-year limited warranty
  • Battery may not last as long as it should
  • In rare cases, the unit may stop working suddenly
  • In some instances, the pressure may not have a noticeable difference
  • Once battery dies you have to replace the whole thing

FAQs

Q: Is this collapsable?

A: Unfortunately, this particular model does not collapse. But if you put it in a baggy it should be good for traveling.

Q: How many pulses per minute?

A: Between 1,100 and 1,500 pulses, depending on your pressure setting.

Q: How long does the water last?

A: Typically, about 25-30 seconds. You may need to refill while you’re using it.

Final Verdict

After getting the EW1211A, my teeth have been cleaner than ever. In fact, when I went back to my dentist, he said it was like looking at a whole different mouth. The convenience and comfort of this water flosser make it enjoyable to clean my teeth, and I would highly recommend it for anyone who hates flossing.

Johnny P. Harrison
 

Johny P. Harrison is the Editor of BestFlossers. He is a marketing enthusiast, and love to share what he knows!