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Prime Members: KOHLER Novita Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilets, White $150.20 or less

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Prime Members: sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has KOHLER Novita Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilets, White for $150.20 AFTER in-cart 30% Off coupon ($214.57 Less $64.37). Shipping is free.

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Decent price for a full feature bidet. But must be a Prime member for the discount. Otherwise if you don't have Prime, Home Depot has this bidet for sale at $169. https://slickdeals.net/f/13295473-kohler-novita-electric-bidet-seat-for-elongated-toilets-in-white-169?v=1&src=SiteSearch

Note item description is incorrect. Has a hot air dryer which is not mentioned. Also does not have a remote control which is mentioned in the included components.
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Showing $215 for me.
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Decent price for a full feature bidet. But must be a Prime member for the discount. Otherwise Home Depot has this bidet for sale at $169. https://slickdeals.net/f/13295473-kohler-novita-electric-bidet-seat-for-elongated-toilets-in-white-169?v=1&src=SiteSearch

Note item description is incorrect. Has a hot air dryer which is not mentioned. Also does not have a remote control which is mentioned in the included components.

Too bad, I have a round toilet and HD doesn't have this for a round one. NM, I found one. Does anyone have these and can comment on it?
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Reviews do not look promising on this one. I think I'll pass. Thanks anyways OP.
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Too bad, I have a round toilet and HD doesn't have this for a round one. NM, I found one. Does anyone have these and can comment on it?
Get the elongated one which should fit over your round toilet. Bear in mind the bidet will reduce the size of your toilet seat (due to the heating tank and wand assembly) so many appreciate the slightly larger size of the elongated bidet.
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This is a CRAPPY deal. You will save a sh!tload of money. In for one...
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Does everyone have power by their toilets or are they putting in their own outlets?
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Does everyone have power by their toilets or are they putting in their own outlets?
i had a guy come in and put one in for 150 and then 50 for each after. Had him do all 3 of my bathrooms. I bought a bio bidet A7 1 month ago. I am just now getting used to it. I like it, sometimes I wonder if its cleaning or just wetting my ass.. I should probably read the manual.
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Does everyone have power by their toilets or are they putting in their own outlets?
Most would have to install a GFCI outlet to avoid unsightly extension cord. Our outlets are well hidden behind the toilet.
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Does everyone have power by their toilets or are they putting in their own outlets?
I had to install outlets however if you have a vanity right next to your toilet then you run the wire into the vanity in case you have an outlet there
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Get the elongated one which should fit over your round toilet. Bear in mind the bidet will reduce the size of your toilet seat (due to the heating tank and wand assembly) so many appreciate the slightly larger size of the elongated bidet.
I have never tried but wouldn't the elongated one just hang off the front edge then?
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i had a guy come in and put one in for 150 and then 50 for each after. Had him do all 3 of my bathrooms. I bought a bio bidet A7 1 month ago. I am just now getting used to it. I like it, sometimes I wonder if its cleaning or just wetting my ass.. I should probably read the manual.
All of these electric bidets have some adjustment of the nozzle so you may want to move the nozzle front or back and also adjust the pressure. In addition there are different sprays for male vs. female.

You can always use some toilet paper afterwards to verify :-)
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Most would have to install a GFCI outlet to avoid unsightly extension cord. Our outlets are well hidden behind the toilet.
I remodeled the Master Bath. Added an outlet near the toilet under a shelf I also added. So it is useful for charging tablets or phones as well. My bidet is hot and cold running water. Love it. You do have to learn how to use it for good cleaning and it does not always work. Sometimes it dirties the towel I use. Most of the time it does not.

I added a night time motion sensor light as well. Just 200 lumens.

Some people do have the sink nearby so they can run a short cord to the outlet.

I will eventually get one like this. I do not see the advantage of hot air drying. Takes much longer than just using a hand towel. And the hand towel cleans if the bidet misses something.
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I have never tried but wouldn't the elongated one just hang off the front edge then?
While the front edge might protrude a bit in the front, it is the actual toilet seat opening which is the most important. Since this opening is reduced by the bidet, the larger opening offered by the elongated bidet will be appreciated.
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