Panasonic Water Flosser Review, EW-DJ10-A

With so many choices on the market these days, it's not ideal to simply pull something off the shelf and expect that what you're getting is exactly what you'd hoped for. As a consumer, it's vital to research before you buy. If you're thinking about purchasing a portable water flosser, we would recommend taking a look at a Panasonic model.

Panasonic is best known for their electronic products. However, they do not deal in electronics alone. They have a range of oral care products including the Panasonic EW-DJ10-A Portable Dental Irrigator,​ which we will be reviewing in this article.

Panasonic EW-DJ10-A Specs

Type: Portable

Reservoir: 5.6 oz

Pressure settings: 2, high and low

Power Source: Battery

Attachments included: 1 nozzle

Dimensions: 8.6 x 2.7 x 2 (in use)

Warranty: 2 years, limited

The Company

Panasonic is among the largest product manufacturers in the world. Their mission is to improve people's lives through their products and technologies. They are very much involved in the community through outreach programs, cash donations, etc.


Features & Benefits of the Panasonic EW-DJ10-A Portable Oral Irrigator


The Panasonic oral irrigator is very simple and straight forward. To me that is perfect for something being used for travelling and on the go or in a small bathroom with little counter space. The water reservoir can hold 5.6 oz of water. The unit itself has a discrete, small-footprint design and is collapsible to easily fit into your suitcase or bag. Included in the package is 1 standard multi-directional EW-DJ10-A nozzle. Replacement nozzles can be found ​here.

Pressure Settings

This oral irrigator operates at 1400 pulses per minute at it's highest speed and 1000 pulses per minute on low speed.

Choose the lower speed for children or if you have teeth sensitivity. Both speeds are effective in thoroughly cleaning teeth and gums.


Most importantly are the results from using the Panasonic oral irrigator. It may be simple in design and low on attachment variety compared to Waterpik, but it still does the trick when it comes to plaque and debris removal including places that are normally hard to reach. The pressure is enough to clean deep between the teeth and stimulate the gums to keep them strong and healthy.

It is suitable for those with braces, crowns, veneers, bridges and implants.


Why It's Good for Travel

Why is it good for travel? The compact collapsible design for one. Once collapsed, it can easily fit into a suitcase or bag to take with you on the go. It is cordless and powered by 2 AA batteries instead. No need to worry about a voltage converter if you are travelling outside of the country and no messy cords.

Pros & Cons of the Panasonic Dental Irrigator


  • 2 year warranty, limited
  • Very simple easy-to-use design
  • Easy to refill


  • Only comes with 1 standard nozzle
  • The 2 AA batteries required are not included

Care & Maintenance

Cleaning the Panasonic is a breeze because all of the water flosser parts are 100% waterproof.

Simply wash and rinse clean in the sink and wipe dry with a soft cloth.

Occasionally the 2 AA batteries will need to be replaced.


This Panasonic model has been reviewed by numerous customers and overall they are positive. Some of the main things that consumers like about the Panasonic oral irrigator are the price point and well-engineered, compact design. The biggest complaint seems to be the small water reservoir. This is to be expected when purchasing a portable water flosser. The reservoir is not going to be as big as a countertop model.


The Verdict

You have to ask yourself if the Panasonic portable water flosser is a good fit for you. If you are searching for an oral irrigator device that is simple and does the job without a myriad of options then it would be a good choice. Because it runs on batteries alone, it is portable and great to travel with if you want to keep up with your oral care routine while away. It comes with a 2 year warranty which is quite generous and can really come in handy if you encounter a problem. Although it doesn't come with the required batteries, it is still very good value for money. The choice is up to you!


Aurora is the lead editor here at She is one of those people who actually likes going to the dentist. She loves to write about anything health related, but oral health is her most passionate topic. Her free time is spent partaking in family activities and experimenting in the kitchen.

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