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EN Operating Instructions
Thank you for purchasing WI-911 oral irrigator from B.Well. The appliance is
helpful for effective cleaning of space between teeth and plaque removal.
It precludes dental tartar occurrence and is perfect for prevention of caries
and periodontal diseases. WI-911 oral irrigator is a small unit for oral care if
you have dental bridges, implants, crowns and brackets.
It can also be used for gum massage that improves blood circulation and
promotes gum healing. Three operating modes ensure the maximum
efficiency of the unit.
3. Before pressing the power switch place the nozzle into your mouth. Bend
over a washbasin, and hold the appliance upright at the same directing the
nozzle onto the teeth. Slightly close your mouth during irrigation to prevent
4. The device starts working in the preselected mode. Pressing the mode
switch during use will change the mode. A fully filled water tank provides 40
to 60 seconds of use. Hold the mouth slightly open for the water to pour out.
5. Direct the jet as more
perpendicular into the
space between the teeth
or the gingival crevice
as possible. Slowly shift
along the teeth. Pay
particular attention to
cleaning of the interdental space and the area around brackets. For better
results start cleaning from the molars (back teeth), gradually shifting to front
teeth. Follow along gums, stopping around gaps between teeth. Continue
until all zones around and between the teeth are fully cleaned. Always keep
in mind that the oral irrigation would never replace tooth brushing. Clean
your teeth or artificial denture for at least five minutes after meals, and then
use this device.
6. After use, press On/off button to turn off the irrigator and remove it from
the mouth.
1. Without detaching the irrigator nozzle, open the water tank cap or detach
the tank and drain water.
2. Turn on the appliance for a few seconds to drain the remaining water.
3. Wipe the irrigator with a dry cloth.
Never use the following as solutions for oral irrigation:
Substances and solutions containing suspended particles (decoctions,
suspensions, infusions, etc.). Such particles may cause obstruction of the
suction hose and the nozzle Oil-containing solutions. Oil is an organic
solvent and its use may have eroding effect on the suction hose and
components of the appliance.
Antiseptic solutions (potassium permanganate, miramistin and other
antiseptic drugs).
Common mouth rinse solutions.
Salt solutions, toothpaste or chemical substances.
Allowed for oral irrigation:
Clean luke water (up to 40 °C). Use filtered water if you have poor quality
tap water in you region.
Special rinses for use with irrigator (always mixed in a definite ratio with
water. For recommended proportions refer to the rinse manufacturer’s
CAUTION! If special solutions for irrigator are applied, be sure to clean
the device with fresh luke water after using such: fill in the water tank
with water and run an extra irrigation cycle, by draining the appliance
through the nozzle. Pay close attention to the expiry dates of permitted
solutions. Never use outdated solutions.
The appliance has built-in batteries. Avoid throwing it into fire,
heating, charging, using or leaving the unit in locations with high air
Never use the adapter with damaged cord or power plug.
Do not use the appliance with the charging adapter in the bath or in the
shower. Never leave, nor keep the charging adapter where it can fall or
get into a bathtub, a sink or a WC pan. This may result in electrocution
or fire.
Do not try to reach an irrigator that has fallen into water, unplug first.
Do not submerge the irrigator into water.
Never use the appliance with damaged charging adapter, or if the
power cord is loosely connected to the power socket. This may result in
electrocution, short-circuit or fire.
Never break, bend, pull or twist the power cord with excessive force.
Do not place heavy objects onto the power cord and do not place the
cord between such objects. This may result in electrocution or fire. Do
not submerge the charging adapter into water, and never wash it with
water. This may result in electrocution or short-circuit.
Never plug in / disconnect the adapter from the power socket with wet
hands. This may result in electrocution.
Store the appliance out of reach of children. The failure to observe the
rule may result in accidents and hazardous situations, for instance,
accidental swallowing of the accessories or detachable parts of the unit
by a child.
During maintenance, plug the charging device out of the power socket.
The failure to observe this may result in electrocution.
Regularly clean the power plug and the charging adapter to avoid dust
ingress on them. The failure to observe the rule may result in fire due to
damaged insulation cause by humidity and dust accumulation.
At all times check that the device works from a power source with the
relevant rated voltage. The failure to observe the rule may result in
electrocution or fire.
Never modify the appliance, disassemble or repair it on your own. This
may result in fire, electrocution or an injury. If repair is needed (for
instance, to replace a battery) contact the authorised service centre of
Do not store the unit where it can fall and break into pieces (e.g. on a
Do not use the appliance with lost nozzles.
Do not use the appliance connected to the power socket.
Children and persons who are unable to operate the device, and people
with weak oral cavity senses should not use the appliance. The failure to
observe the rule may result in injuries.
Store the nozzles out of reach of children, due to swallowing hazard.
Use the appliance solely to clean the mouth. The jet of water directed to
eyes, nose, ears or throat may cause a serious injury. Be sure to contact
a dentist prior to using the device in case of having your teeth treated
and severe parodontosis.
The people who suffer from tooth or gum ache cannot use the irrigator
in all cases. Seek for dentist’s advice.
During use, do not press the nozzle tightly to teeth or gums, since it may
cause harm. Never pour in the tank the water with temperature above
Always disconnect the charging adapter from the power socket, holding
the former onto the plug, rather than the cord. The failure to observe
the rule may result in electrocution, short-circuit or fire.
Keep the appliance clean, use only fresh and luke tap water for mouth
cleaning. Some types of liquids may do damage to the appliance.
Therefore, never use liquids from the forbidden list for irrigation.
After use never forget to drain the remaining water from the tank and
operate the appliance for 2-3 seconds until no more water appears. If
no health and hygiene rules are observed, this may result in growth of
fungi and bacteria, which are harmful for health. This may also cause
odour and malfunctions to originate.
The appliance is not intended for use by children or persons with
reduced physical, sensing or mental capabilities, or persons without
relevant expertise, unless they are supervised by a person responsible
for their safety, and provided they have been given precise use
instructions. Be sure the appliance is not within reach of children for
Always drain the remaining water. This will help prevent contamination
and growth of bacteria in water that remained in the device.
If you intend not to use the device for a long time, do not forget to wipe
out and dry the appliance before storage.
Turn off the device, detach the water tank and the nozzle. When washing,
never use water with temperature above 50°С.
Use only water or PH neutral detergents to clean the device. Never use
caustic soda or abrasives for cleaning since those can damage it.
Main Unit
Use a patch of cloth to clean the main unit. Use liquid soap or water to
remove hard-to-reach dirt. Use only PH neutral detergents.
Never use caustic and abrasive substances (e.g. vinegar or lime scale
solvents), since it may do harm to the appliance.
Never immerse the main unit into water.
After washing, wipe the main unit dry with a cloth.
Water tank
Rinse the tank with water.
After cleaning drain water from the tank.
If you do not intend to use the appliance for a week or longer, dry the tank
from the inside and outside.
Use only soft PH neutral detergent for cleaning.
Rinse with water and wipe out with a soft cloth.
The recommended nozzle replacement interval is 3-6 months.
Suction hose
Rinse with water, wipe out with a soft cloth.
Do not bend, pull or twist.
Irrigator does not
You have just purchased the
appliance or it has not been used for Charge the battery for 8 hours
more than 3 months
Irrigator can be used The battery duty cycle is about
only for several
to end
minutes, even after
The battery is insufficiently charged
Low water pressure
Water does not
come from nozzle
WI-911 oral irrigator with accessories is intended to prevent:
gum bleeding, caries, periodontal diseases, gingivitis, periimplant
pathology; medicated irrigation and massaging of the oral mucosa;
for effective cleaning of orthodontic systems, and for care of oral cavity
and space between teeth.
It is intended for private use.
1. Oral irrigator
2. 2 standard nozzles
3. Water tank
4. Charger (adapter)
5. Battery kit (a cell)
6. Operating instructions
7. Warranty card
8. Box
Note: There may be moisture inside the water tank or suction hose at
the time of purchase. This is moisture left from the distilled water used
for product testing and is safe for humans.
STANDARD NOZZLES for WI-911 irrigator
Clean space between teeth from
bacteria and food particles. Effectively
massage gums. Suitable for cleaning
bridges, implants, crowns and
Charge the battery for 8 hours
The nozzle is clogged
Replace the nozzle
The nozzle is distorted
Replace the nozzle
The filter is clogged
Clean the filter
The water tank is empty
Pour water into the tank
Wrong position of the appliance
Use the main unit in upright position
Upon expiry of the appliance operating life and prior to disposal be sure
to remove the batteries. Do not forget the eye and hand protection while
removing the battery. Dispose of the battery separately from the main
electronic unit. In case of questions related to battery removal from the
electronic unit, please contact the service centre or call the helpline.
Environmental protection and recycling:
The appliance is fitted with lithium-ion batteries. Please make sure that
the battery is disposed of at an officially designated location, if there is one
in your country. Do not disassemble or replace batteries to keep using the
device. Have them replaced only at an authorised service centre.
The appliance shall be disposed of subject to the applicable standards
instead of discarding as a household waste.
Battery charging time:
Battery operating life:
Battery type:
Run time in one charge:
Rated voltage:
Charger (adapter):
Dimensions (w × h × d):
Water tank capacity:
Operating time with full tank:
operating mode
Water pulse frequency:
Minimum/maximum jet pressure:
Auto power off:
Storage conditions:
Use conditions:
≈ 8 hours
up to 1000 cycles (charge/discharge)
≈ 70 minutes
100-240 V, 50/60 Hz
5.0 V
600 mA
55 × 195 × 70 mm
main unit – 253 g,
charger (adapter) – 65 g
150 ml
40-60 seconds, depending on
1600 pulses per minute
275-620 kPa
in 2 minutes of running
from -10°С to +40 °С,
R.H. 85% max.
from 0°С to 40 °С
R.H. 85% max.
Protect the appliance from falling and shocks. Keep the device away from
high temperatures, avoid direct sunlight.
Contact the service centre
The appliance production date is coded in its label, in the serial number (SN):
the first two digits mean the week of manufacture, the second two figures –
the year of manufacture.
The submitted sample of the above equipment has been tested for CE
marking a European Directive and following standards:
- Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
- Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC.
Warranty period is 2 years from the date of purchase for device and 6
months for standard nozzles. This warranty doesn’t cover any damages
caused by improper using. When a manufacturing defect is revealed
during the warranty period a faulty unit would be repaired or, if repairing
is impossible, replaced with another one. The warranty does not cover
components and consumables subject to wear and batteries, bags, and
package of the item.
Recommended replacement interval is 6 months.
release button
Identification ring
On/off button
Mode switch
Control functions
Water tank
Mode switch
Mode indicators
Suction hose
Water tank cap
Pulse / charging indicator СН
Charging socket cap
Press On/off button to switch the appliance on/off. Press Mode button to
select the desired water jet mode (normal, soft, pulse). The mode selected
will be shown by the mode indicator. If you want to use a different mode,
press the mode switch until it changes to the desired setting. Pressing the
mode switch will change the mode from Normal to Soft and Pulse.
Mode and its indicator
1. The mode switch (pressing it will change the water jet setting and lighting
of the relevant mode indicator).
2. Normal – effective oral cleaning.
3. Soft – careful cleaning for sensitive teeth and gums.
4. Pulse – cleaning and massaging of gums.
Note: When you use the device for the first time, press the On/Off
button to turn it on and test each of the water jet modes with the tank
filled with water.
1. Plug the adapter cord into the
irrigator charging socket and connect
the adapter to a power socket
(make sure no moisture is inside the
irrigator socket).
2. СН indicator will flash while the
irrigator is charging; once the
appliance is charged, СН indicator
will be lit continuously.
3. Close the charging socket with a cap
after the charging is complete.
Note: if СН indicator keeps flashing during and after the procedure, it
means the irrigator battery needs to be charged. Battery charging is
completed in some 8 hours.
1. Attach the nozzle into the relevant recess of the main unit. To extract the
nozzle, press the nozzle release button and pull the nozzle upwards.
2. Fill in the tank with water by any one of the suggested methods:
Open the water tank cap,
hold the main unit so it is level,
and fill the tank with water
at temperature of 40°С or less.
Close the cap, making sure
it locks tightly..
Remove the water tank, while holding the main unit upright.
Fill the tank with water at temperature of 40°С or less
and reinsert the tank into the appliance.
CAUTION! Never use a water-filled irrigator without the nozzle, which
may cause device malfunction.
Use only fresh tap water at all times.
Never pour solutions from the forbidden list, specified in the beginning
of the instructions, Section 1, Safety Precautions.
To ensure trouble-free operation make sure the irrigator is turned off
when the tank is being filled with water.
Do not operate the appliance without water, save where pouring out
any remaining water after use. Operating the appliance without water
may result in a malfunction.
B.Well Swiss AG
Bahnhofstrasse 24,
9443 Widnau, Switzerland
Shenzhen Risun Technology Co., Ltd.
Building A, No.18 of Xinkang Road, Xinmu
Village, Pinghu, Shenzhen, China
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