Bion Water Flosser W100 is a handheld device that helps remove food particles, and dental plaque stuck between your teeth. Different nozzles allows you easily clean the areas that are difficult to reach. It can clean teeth deeply and improve oral health. Find out more about W100.
Replace with a new nozzle every 6 months to prevent hard water build-up.
High pressure setting provides a strong and forceful water stream that is useful for removing plaque and debris from deep in between the teeth and gums.
Low pressure setting provides a gentle water stream that is ideal for individuals with sensitive gums, braces, or other dental appliances. This setting is also recommended for individuals who are just starting to use a water flosser or for those who prefer a gentler cleaning experience.
Not all water flossers have dual water source system which makes W100 uniquely different. Dual water source system provides unlimited water capacity. A convenient feature for those who use a water flosser frequently, as it eliminates the need to continuously refill the water reservoir, which can be time-consuming and disruptive.
1. Fill the reservoir with clean water.
2. Select the appropriate pressure setting. You may test the pressure settings before use.
3. Hold the tip of the nozzle perpendicular to the gumline.
4. Trace each tooth along the gumline for 3 seconds per tooth. When traced properly, it will cause a syphoning effect to pull the plaque and bacteria out.
5. Selecting the appropriate nozzle tip allows you to clean appliances such as metal braces which can be difficult to see and clean.
6. Position the nozzle on targeted areas you would like to remove such as stubborn plaque built-up or food deposits.
Accessories and advanced features.
Net Weight: 304g
Waterproof Rating: IPX5
Built-in Container Capacity: 160ml
Power Consumption: 5V, 500mA
Battery Capacity: 2.4v, 1300mA/h
Water Pressure: Average - Approx. 390 kPa (57psi); Strong - Approx. 590 kPa (86psi)
Water Jet Pulsation Frequency: 1,500 pulses/min
54.5(H) x 50(W) x 220.5D (mm)
To prevent yourself from getting wet, here are some tips:
1. Ensure your mouth is closed, slightly ajar when flossing to allow the water to run out into the basin.
2. Lean forward over the basin.
Yes, you can water floss your gumline as often as you like. It helps to improve your oral hygiene.
Yes, the water flosser rating is IPX5. It can resist a sustained, low-pressure water jet spray. But it cannot be place into water. Out of abundance of precaution, keep the charging port dry before charging.
Before brushing. Toothpaste contains fluoride, which is good for your oral health. Using the water floss before brushing your teeth prevents you from washing away the fluoride from your toothpaste.
This water flossing cannot replace manual flossing. Compliment wet floss with manual flossing to your brushing routine to keep your gums optimally clean and healthy.
No. A water flosser is for water flossing between the teeth and around the gum line. It does not clean the surface of the teeth.
Yes, you can do water flossing with W100. However, if you are new to water flossing, we recommend testing the pressure settings before using the water flosser. You may begin flossing from the lowest pressure setting to the highest pressure setting progressively. You will gradually get used to the pulsing pressure by the water flosser.
We recommend replacing your nozzle every 3-6 months to prevent hard water build-up. Mineral deposits can collect and reduce performance over time.
No, children cannot use W100. It is designed for adults above 18 years old. Consult your dentist if you are unsure.
No. There is alcohol content in mouthwash which will damage the components in the device.
A USB charging cable is included in the kit. You can insert the cable into a USB port. Charging adaptor is not included.
No. You cannot use the water flosser in the shower. The water