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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


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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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I'd buy a heated toilet set for the winter I guess, but as a standard American I don't understand bidets.
Imagine if I smeared shit all over your arm. Then I handed you a roll of toilet paper and said "clean yourself". No amount of paper would be enough. You would want to wash your arm off before you were actually satisfied that you were clean. imho water has to be involved to be clean.
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Good Deal thanks
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Save up for a Toto S-series and be done with it. All the rest fall short.
Probably true, tried a friends high end Kohler and wasn't impressed. The German engineers have heart, not the soul of the Japanese 😆
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Thinking about picking this up. Will have to hire an electrician to run a new outlet next to my toilet though.

Anyone know if they will sell this in-store? Will have to swing by to take a look.
Not available In stores
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Does anyone else have experience with this because this issue might be a deal breaker for me.
From an Amazon review regarding if you won't be using it for more than 3 weeks.... "other bidets you simply unplug it and there is a button to push to drain. This one you have to take the seat off the toilet. Then you have to find another screwdriver to get to the drain. Had we not been leaving within the hour, I would have returned this. As it is by the time we return, the return window will have passed. Draining this is a HUGE problem so if you are likely to be gone for more than 3 weeks, don't buy it".
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Does anyone else have experience with this because this issue might be a deal breaker for me.
From an Amazon review regarding if you won't be using it for more than 3 weeks.... "other bidets you simply unplug it and there is a button to push to drain. This one you have to take the seat off the toilet. Then you have to find another screwdriver to get to the drain. Had we not been leaving within the hour, I would have returned this. As it is by the time we return, the return window will have passed. Draining this is a HUGE problem so if you are likely to be gone for more than 3 weeks, don't buy it".
couldn't you just turn the water supply off (which you should be doing anyway when you leave a house for 3 weeks) and then run it until it drains?
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Im thinking of installing the outlet as a switched outlet (outlet is on when bathroom light is on ..) will this work well with the bidet (will the seat warmer work fast, how about the water heater?). Or is always on outlet necessary for the bidet seat
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Does anyone else have experience with this because this issue might be a deal breaker for me.
From an Amazon review regarding if you won't be using it for more than 3 weeks.... "other bidets you simply unplug it and there is a button to push to drain. This one you have to take the seat off the toilet. Then you have to find another screwdriver to get to the drain. Had we not been leaving within the hour, I would have returned this. As it is by the time we return, the return window will have passed. Draining this is a HUGE problem so if you are likely to be gone for more than 3 weeks, don't buy it".
You don't need a screwdriver, a quarter will do. Here is a tutorial (the instruction for the 6800 is in the 2nd half of the video).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwcuYb6b2-E

Incidentally how often will you be gone for over 3 weeks? For the majority just a simple unplugging of the bidet will be sufficient to avoid the heating element from drying out the reservoir when you go on vacation.
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I had this but didn't care for it. One, it was loud. Two the water was at best room temp on the hottest setting. You might get a little busy if warm water for the first second or two and that's it. It also had a plastic wand rather than the stainless steel one in others. It also had a flimsy lid on top. You couldn't stand on it for sure. Just my .02.
We returned it and went with the Swash 1000. Liked it so much I am going to buy another one for my basement throne. Its powerful, has abundant hot water and a deodorizer that works as advertised. The seat also had a lid that is far stronger than the bio bidet but I can't remember the exact spec.
But the price difference between this and the Swash 1000 is literally 3x!
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How does this compare to the BB 600?
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save money buy just moistening toilet paper and wipe , obviously somebody parents didn't potty train well
Apparently marked unhelpful because you are threatening the US bidet revolution with alternate view, but agreed moistening the tp is an a fine way to get reasonably clean without electrical work. I have lots of other more important diy projects than adding a bidet seat
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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.
That (contacting their customer service) would have been 2016'ish. That is what I would demand and expect from a repeated Costco supplier.
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Does anyone else have experience with this because this issue might be a deal breaker for me.
From an Amazon review regarding if you won't be using it for more than 3 weeks.... "other bidets you simply unplug it and there is a button to push to drain. This one you have to take the seat off the toilet. Then you have to find another screwdriver to get to the drain. Had we not been leaving within the hour, I would have returned this. As it is by the time we return, the return window will have passed. Draining this is a HUGE problem so if you are likely to be gone for more than 3 weeks, don't buy it".
We renovated our entire bathroom last summer so I had to remove the bidet. The process is pretty simple. Shut off the water valve. Unplug the bidet from the electrical outlet. Remove the water hose. Slide the seat forward and turn it over then use a quarter coin to turn the plastic knob to release the water from the tank. You don't need a screw driver. That's all there is to it.
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as a guy, the nightlight feature is probably the most undervalued feature to this thing. i had one of the corny AA battery ones, and while it worked, it was amazing... i just cant find one that wont break right away.
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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.
Great point the data sheet says 660Watts which is about a little less than a 6amp draw. Most breakers support 15 amps so this as well as any other heating element will probably trip your breaker. In other words don't drop a deuce while blow drying your hair laugh out loud
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