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Global Dual Voltage Portable & Rechargeable Water Pik / Water jet Flosser?

Old May 11, 20, 2:26 am
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Old May 13, 20, 9:41 pm
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There is indeed a "Traveler" version (WP-300) that works globally, but it does have a smaller basin.
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Old May 15, 20, 2:22 am
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Originally Posted by jeebus View Post
There is indeed a "Traveler" version (WP-300) that works globally, but it does have a smaller basin.
I've seen bunch online, but was hoping to get some reviews from folks here / people who can vouch.
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Old Jun 10, 20, 2:18 am
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No specific user insights from my fellow Globe Trotters?
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Old Jun 11, 20, 2:38 am
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Did you see Travel water flosser ?
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Old Jun 16, 20, 3:38 am
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Originally Posted by freecia View Post
Did you see Travel water flosser ?
Honestly, did not and I appreciate the pointer. If need be, merge this with the other thread - I will continue there.
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Old Jun 18, 20, 11:48 pm
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Originally Posted by xmlsoa View Post
Honestly, did not and I appreciate the pointer. If need be, merge this with the other thread - I will continue there.
Not a problem. I follow chx1975's usb-c & gadget threads. He's hunted down a lot of interesting usb-c travel related things.
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Old Jun 24, 20, 5:04 am
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Not a problem. I follow chx1975's usb-c & gadget threads. He's hunted down a lot of interesting usb-c travel related things.
Oh wow! There's more? Please point me to them Especially your favorites.
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Old Jun 25, 20, 7:36 pm
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There's a pretty good subreddit which includes recent interesting hardware thread https://www.reddit.com/r/UsbCHardwar...usbc_hardware/

The tech forum also has a usb-c hardware gear thread. I keep on staring at the Baseus 65W 2C1A charger thanks to the thread but Navitas GaN released a second gen mentioned at chargerlab for "AMC 90W Gan Charger". Would link to it but chargerlab website currently has certificate issues. I already have a few chargers so buying another one in a slightly different form factor isn't really a need, it just might allow both AC ports of the new power station I bought (also on the thread). Might as well wait for the second gen Navitas GaN chargers and buy a PowerZ usbc power meter instead (less risky than using my pluggable and a real usb-c device).

ETA: I have absolutely no need for a usb-c PD powered soldering iron https://www.reddit.com/r/UsbCHardwar...ring_iron_now/ but it caught my eye.
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Old Aug 18, 20, 7:55 pm
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Just received the Waterpik Sidekick (newer travel version that visually matches their Sonic Fusion brush/pik combo).

I really like it. The wall plug retracts into the unit for travel, and the whole thing itself then fits into its own water basin.

Super cute and I love it from that perspective alone, but it also works a lot better as a flosser than the brush combo version.
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