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Costco Members: Bio Bidet USPA 6800 Luxury Bidet Seat EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Bio Bidet USPA 6800 Luxury Bidet Seat (Round or Elongated) on sale for $219.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dealsalways

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  • Dual Sided Wireless Remote, with User Presets
  • Nightlight, Soft Closing Seat/Lid
  • Warm Water, and Warm Air Dryer
  • Dual Nozzle with Adjustable Pressure
  • Oscillating Wide Clean, and Auto Wash feature
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$219.99 After $180 OFF

This has been FP before at this price, and has sold out quite fast. Great deal.

https://www.costco.com/Bio-Bidet-...15779.html


Previous FP deals on this item :
https://slickdeals.net/e/9629200-biobidet-6800-199-fs-ships-in-1-2-months-amazon
https://slickdeals.net/f/9503180-bio-bidet-6800-bidet-toilet-seat-199-at-costco-com
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Last Edited by yus9 November 8, 2018 at 07:24 PM
This model is actually the USPA-U 6800
It is an enhanced version that has newer features than the original USPA6800

Also thanks to this comment...
"Now to find a reasonably priced electrician to add an outlet near my toilet."

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Thanks. I've been waiting for this deal. I bought the Brondel 1000 a few weeks ago and we don't like it at all.
Save up for a Toto S-series and be done with it. All the rest fall short.
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So return it per Costco policy. I have last year's model and it's marvelous.

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The bad reviews on Amazon indicate that this doesn't really last more than a couple of years. Plenty of complaints about plastic cracking/discoloring and repairs being expensive even under warranty. I am skeptical now.
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BioBidet has no customer service. I had 3, and seal/pump on them go in about 1-2 years, and they never responded to my warranty requests. Only 1 still work (after I raided parts from other 2).

Get a Toto, a reasonably featured and lower model can be had for less than $300. Or a Brondell, Costco (in Chantilly, VA) is selling for $239. I have a Toto still going 10+ years, and a Brondell 5+.
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It makes me so clean I squeak when I walk.
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BioBidet has no customer service. I had 3, and seal/pump on them go in about 1-2 years, and they never responded to my warranty requests. Only 1 still work (after I raided parts from other 2).

Get a Toto, a reasonably featured and lower model can be had for less than $300. Or a Brondell, Costco (in Chantilly, VA) is selling for $239. I have a Toto still going 10+ years, and a Brondell 5+.
That's really weird - I contacted them about warranty issues twice (because after the first time I got lazy and didn't bother to follow up) and they responded quickly both times. When I finally followed up they shipped the new part quickly. ETA we have a 3 year old 6800
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Have a 6800 purchased 4 years ago in December on woot. Heating element for the seat broke last year, $30 and biobidet sent a brand new seat. Other than that, everything still works fine.
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BioBidet has no customer service. I had 3, and seal/pump on them go in about 1-2 years, and they never responded to my warranty requests. Only 1 still work (after I raided parts from other 2).

Get a Toto, a reasonably featured and lower model can be had for less than $300. Or a Brondell, Costco (in Chantilly, VA) is selling for $239. I have a Toto still going 10+ years, and a Brondell 5+.
When did you last contacted them? Their new website have a chat feature where you can contact them directly and quickly. Whenever I had to deal with them over the past year, they were great and accommodating. I highly recommend this company to others.
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I have a toilet that seems to not have a tank (google madera 1.6 gpf). Anyone have any idea if I could still make this work???
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I think it's actually the continuous "always-on" heater that is the main issue with that, but I agree, awesome idea. Running power was a major PITA and 99% of homes don't have an outlet next to the toilet seat, so adoption could be awesome.
Any deals on electrical outlet install next to the toilet?
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Any deals on electrical outlet install next to the toilet?
That's a joke, right?
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Any deals on electrical outlet install next to the toilet?
There are plenty of howto videos on YouTube. You need to buy a GFCI outlet, drywall saw, wires and a tester. The hardest part is wiring from light switch. Here is a video https://youtu.be/_p79UHZb09Y
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So return it per Costco policy. I have last year's model and it's marvelous.
How hard is it to install and uninstall?
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Anyone got free shipping on this? Mine shows a 17 dollar charge for standard shipping
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There are plenty of howto videos on YouTube. You need to buy a GFCI outlet, drywall saw, wires and a tester. The hardest part is wiring from light switch. Here is a video https://youtu.be/_p79UHZb09Y
You may need to draw straight from a panel. These heated models have high power (amp) draw, so be careful pulling an extension from an existing box meant for just a few lights. I hired someone and the job turned out to be more complicated since the existing circuit wasn't good enough to withstand the power draw and they had to install a brand new breaker in the main box and pull brand new wires from the main panel.
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