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AMDM Intelliseat Bidet Toilet Seat $149.99 at Costco. Updated with new lower price July 2012.

travfar 21,794 3,419 May 9, 2011 at 05:42 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3)
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Last Edited by travfar July 3, 2012 at 04:34 PM
Update. The price is now $149.99 after an instant rebate. Good until 8/13/12.

I'm surprised to see it in a mainstream store like Costco. Could it be the US is finally joining the community of nations with clean butts? I never thought it would happen in my lifetime.

This seat normally sells for $499. Even on ebay it, goes for $349. I hear all the doors slamming from the ebay resellers rushing out to buy 20 or 30 of these. It's $199 at Costco. This was not there last week. This is actually pretty full featured. It even has a dryer. You should not need TP anymore with this except during blackouts. It doesn't have a negative pressure carbon filtration system. It's also made in Korea and not in Japan. Thus the low MSRP at $499. Having said that, with all it's features, it's a white hot deal at $199 especially with the godlike costco warranty.

Here's the manufacturer's link for reference.

http://amdmllc.com/?p=299
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Last Edited by Acidshort November 4, 2011 at 07:52 PM
Costco # 526721

IntelliSeat, is one of AMDM's featured innovations, and after one use you will understand why it is the premiere electronic toilet seat on the market today. Intelliseat is a germ resistant electronic toilet seat that is easy to use and friendly to the environment. Intelliseat also offers a stylish design and a multi-function remote control.

Intelliseat is easy to install, and offers its users hygiene, comfort and convenience. Here are a few of Intelliseat's amazing features.

Hygiene

Posterior Wash
Feminine Wash
Pulsating Wash
Adjustable Water Pressure
Hygienic Filtered Water

Comfort

Water Heater
Endless Warm Water
Heated Seat (adjustable temperature)
Increased Seating Area

Convenience

Safety On/Off Sensor
Self-Cleaning Nozzles
Quick Release Seat for Easy Cleaning
Energy Save Mode
Programmable Energy Saver
Night Light
Personalized Controls
Universal Design




THE COSTCO ITEM NUMBER IS 526721
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Pittsburgh - In stock
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Chandler, AZ (Chandler Mall) at least 30 In stock
Tempe, AZ (Priest / Elliot) No stock
Tustin, CA - at least 30 in stock
Los Feliz, CA - at least 20 in stock
Woodinville, WA - at least 20 in stock
Alpharetta GA- at least 12 in stock
Santa Clara CA - at least 10 in stock
Burbank, CA - 26 in stock
Everett, MA - at least 10 in stock
Mountain View, CA - 60 in stock 7/21/11
Yorba Linda, CA - 2+ PALLETS in stock 11/4/11

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Maybe a youtube how-to video will help the clueless... Smilie its a long vid but action starts at 1:30....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jT0kZhbv-k0
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This is designed for women.
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Last edited by milko May 9, 2011 at 06:49 PM
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i wonder how the return would go in store when someone tries to return one.

store clerk: what is the reason for your return.

it doesn't satisfied me.

store clerk: um... excuse me?

err.. i mean i am not satisfied.

store clerk: ok
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i wonder how the return would go in store when someone tries to return one.

store clerk: what is the reason for your return.

it doesn't satisfied me.

store clerk: um... excuse me?

err.. i mean i am not satisfied.

store clerk: ok
costco just says "you have your receipt?" "is there anything wrong with it?" and "do you have the card you used to pay for it?"
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where ? link please
I found 2 in Costco one 399 other999
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Before anyone says something too stupid, just remember... a bidet like this is a God-send for a disabled person. And, to answer a previous post, are not just made for women.

Poke fun at your own moral peril.
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Before anyone says something too stupid, just remember... a bidet like this is a God-send for a disabled person. And, to answer a previous post, are not just made for women.

Poke fun at your own moral peril.
and if you ever lived in Europe every standard bathroom have one
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Quote from alladc View Post :
and if you ever lived in Europe every standard bathroom have one
Dude, don't even compare those disgusting dirty European things to these clean Asian ones. Using a European bidet is like taking a shower in sewer water. It's a bad design. Both the spigot and the drain are at the bottom of the bowel. So you are "washing" yourself with a mixture of your poop and fresh water. In an Asian bidet, that doesn't happen. The water shoots in from the side. It also cleans itself before and after each use.
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Before anyone says something too stupid, just remember... a bidet like this is a God-send for a disabled person. And, to answer a previous post, are not just made for women.

Poke fun at your own moral peril.
AMEN!
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This is designed for women.
Hardly. It's designed for people who practice good hygiene. I know many people don't like to. Come on, we've all seen it. Some dude in the next stall that doesn't wipe and thus thinks he doesn't need to wash his hands on the way out. Disgusting. A high end Japanese one would be perfect for someone like that. It does everything but pull your pants back up for you.
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says $399 on costco's website http://www.costco.com/Browse/Prod...opnav=&s=1

There's another higher end model for http://www.costco.com/Browse/Prod...opnav=&s=1

Can anyone confirm the price if so please post a receipt. Thanks
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I've been looking at the $599 toto ones for a while now, but can't justify the price.

If this is $199 at my Costco I will be installing it this weekend.

Has anyone seen it at the Chicago Clyborn location?
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Hardly. It's designed for people who practice good hygiene. I know many people don't like to. Come on, we've all seen it. Some dude in the next stall that doesn't wipe and thus thinks he doesn't need to wash his hands on the way out. Disgusting. A high end Japanese one would be perfect for someone like that. It does everything but pull your pants back up for you.
wtf who doesn't wipe?? lol. seriously?
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