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Waterpik® WP-02 Cordless Express Water Flosser

CN 179591.5

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The Waterpik® WP-02 Cordless Express Water Flosser is a battery-run cordless oral irrigator that facilitates in-depth dental cleaning anytime, anywhere.

It features a lighter, more portable design, and because it is battery-operated, it does not need to be plugged in, and is therefore ideal for bathrooms with limited space or for use outside the home. The WaterPik® WP-02 Cordless Water Flosser is a completely watertight and airtight unit, allowing it to be used even in the shower. 

In addition, it has two pressure control settings, making it easy to adjust the intensity of the stream. It includes three AA batteries which will likely need to be replaced every one or two months, depending on manner and time of use.

This model comes with the following replacement parts: 2 standard tips (CN 257202.7).
It is also compatible with the Pik Pocket tip® (CN 257205.8), Orthodontic Tip (CN 257203.4), Plaque Seeker® tip (CN 157999.7), Water Flosser Toothbrush Tip (CN 157998.0) and Water Flosser Tongue Cleaner (CN 305933.6).

Product distributed in Spain

Product distributed in Spain


The Waterpik® WP-02 Cordless Express Water Flosser is indicated for anyone who wants in-depth cleaning, as it is able to reach places other cleaning devices cannot. It is also particularly suitable for orthodontic patients, persons with dental implants or crowns, and for those with specific needs, such as diabetics or patients with periodontal disease or who have difficulty handling interproximal brushes or dental floss/tape.


Use the Waterpik® water flosser after brushing, especially at night.
Follow these instructions:

  • Select a low pressure level (start)
  • Direct the stream at a 90 degree angle to your gums.
  • Do not start the water flosser until the tip is in your mouth.
  • Slightly close your lips to avoid being splashed, while allowing water to flow freely from your mouth to the sink.
  • Lean toward the sink, keeping your arm at a perpendicular angle to your torso.
  • Adjust the pressure according to your needs.
  • Stop water flow or switch the unit off before removing the tip.
  • Discard any excess liquid, leaving the reservoir empty (end).
  • For best results, start in the molar area (back teeth) and move toward the front teeth. Follow the gum line and pause briefly from tooth to tooth until the inner and outer sides of the upper and lower teeth have all been cleaned.



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