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Brondell SimpleSpa SS-250 Thinline Dual Nozzle Bidet (Non-Electric) EXPIRED

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Brondell Bidet for $24.74 - which is the lowest price I've ever seen it on Amazon. Price drops only if you clip the 25% off coupon on product page.

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Yes, but just at the toilet, not the whole house
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To help do THEIR business
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$20.24 "Amazon Business Price" with 25% off $26.99 before. For those of you with "Business" accounts on Amazon
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$20.24 "Amazon Business Price" with 25% off $26.99 before. For those of you with "Business" accounts on Amazon
To help do THEIR business
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How easy are these to install?
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I like that this is thin. The problem with most of these is it is thicker thus the seat no longer has the back two feet on the bowl.

The water pressure valve is also nice. Most have a knob which makes changing the pressure difficult. Would have to try to know.

I wish it had a way to adjust the angle. However you most likely can move to get it.

This would be easy to clean. Many are not very easy to clean. It does not have self clean but that generally does not work well anyway. Stainless steel sprayers would be better. Easier to clean.

This is cheap so just buy it and try it. I also like the water connection which is better than many of these.
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How easy are these to install?
Very simple. My son installed it in about 15 minutes. He's not very mechanically inclined. Instructions were fine. This is very dependent on water pressure. I think it came with the T adapter.
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very easy. Got one back from another deal and took me a total of 20 minutes.
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Very simple. My son installed it in about 15 minutes. He's not very mechanically inclined. Instructions were fine. This is very dependent on water pressure. I think it came with the T adapter.
Thank you, do i have shut off water to install?
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Read the reviews. These things are awesome. I have had mine for about 10 years. Easy to install, saves on TP, but most importantly, you are much cleaner. I would never NOT have one.
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Thank you, do i have shut off water to install?
Yes, but just at the toilet, not the whole house
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For those of us that live in the Northern parts of the country, our water temperature can easily get into the 40s during the winter. Without a heater, this would definitely be something!
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$25 is cheap for a major life upgrade. The decreased height of this bidet will likely obviate the need to buy toilet seat bumpers or print out the bowl bumpers I designed on Thingiverse.
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Installation is really simple. Just YouTube a video if you're not experienced with handling anything water-related.

You do not need to shut off the main water valve to your home. Your toilet should have its own water valve you can shut off. The difficult part will honestly be removing the toilet seat and you might as well clean your toilet while you're at it. Installation should take 10-15 minutes.
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For those of us that live in the Northern parts of the country, our water temperature can easily get into the 40s during the winter. Without a heater, this would definitely be something!
its not a big deal once you are used to it. my bathroom is above a pretty drafty crawlspace and the water in the bathroom is considerably colder than the rest of the house. its definitely a stream of ice water, but i got used to it quickly and actually like it. the only other option is spending over $200 for a heated unit which also requires power to the toilet.
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