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Woot.com BioBidet DIB Special Edition Luxury Bidet Seat - $349.99 - Free Shipping for Prime Members

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The DIB Special Edition is proof that bidet toilet seats can keep up with today's demand for attractive, polished pieces for the modern bathroom. The DIB Special Edition is the perfect balance of a modest yet eye-catching design. One can easily appreciate the muted beauty of the DIB Special Edition in the way that the body forms into one unified silhouette.

We took away bulk where it wasn't needed but added curves to several points on the DIB Special Edition so that it conforms much better to the human body:

The seat on the DIB Special Edition concaves in so that it feels more natural sitting down.
The housing on the DIB Special Edition curves in to accommodate the curve of your back.
The lid is contoured to cover almost the entire body of the DIB and is sittable for up to 200 lbs.
The DIB Special Edition features a touch screen wireless remote control and flat screen interface on one side for easy cleaning as well as an ergonomically curved back on the other side for a natural grip. The remote control has preset capability for His and Hers - select your personal preferences for the nozzle position, water pressure, and water temperature and save them as a preset.

Features:

On-demand heating system
Stainless steel nozzle
Patented 3-in-1 nozzle system
Exclusive adjustable oscillating feature
Oscillating, pulsating, and massage cleaning
Patented vortex water stream
Satisfying posterior cleaning
Soft feminine cleaning
Nozzle self clean
Touch screen wireless remote
Adjustable heated seat
Powerful deodorizer
Intelligent body sensor
Slow closing lid
Automatic power save
Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, APO addresses, or PO Boxes is not available for this item.

Warranty: 3 Year 100% Coverage Manufacturer Warranty

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If I was a rich man! Alas I'll have to stick with cold water on my bottom and my mediocre bidet!
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I've been desperately waiting for a chance at the best electric bidet I can find around this price point (30th birthday gift to myself!). From what I've read, the BB-2000 is the highest recommended and so I'd think it's the one I'd prefer, but I don't know for sure. The two seem to be quite similar and I haven't been able to find nearly as much online about this model as the other BioBidet options, especially in terms of comparison reviews.

It seems like the biggest differences are the water heating method (BB-2000 is hybrid) and I read a few reviews mentioning lower water pressure with the DIB, along with it not having enough forward range with the feminine wash. But idk (and I wonder if that was only the round model?).

I'm wondering if I should remain patient in waiting for the BB-2000 (it's gotta come back around eventually, right?) or if this one will do the trick.

My biggest concern/priority comes down to the bidet's primary function of shooting water at your bum. I want to be sure it has ample water pressure to do the job. I have currently been using a basic, non-electric model and would be bummed if the spray pressure and function wasn't noticeably upgraded.

Anyone have any insights into this? I have read past SD bidet threads and I appreciate the bidet conneseurs and experts we have on here! Cheers!
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Honestly I would just get a Toto Washlet. I've had a Biobidet for a few years and regret getting it, although the warranty people were nice. The first one worked intermittently and then the soft close function just broke. Then they replaced it and while this one works, the soft close function broke again. There are a few other issues too.
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Up to 200lbs. Obviously not for american market. They should double it.
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Honestly I would just get a Toto Washlet. I've had a Biobidet for a few years and regret getting it, although the warranty people were nice. The first one worked intermittently and then the soft close function just broke. Then they replaced it and while this one works, the soft close function broke again. There are a few other issues too.
My toto a100 failed just outside 2 years. Thankfully my credit card extended warranty covered it. They wanted $175 for repair and shipping. Obviously at that price i can get a brand new one. Their repair plan only prevented me from getting full refund of purchase price. Also they wouldnt give me a formal bill or document that the repair is $175 which i needed for warranty claim and gave me really difficult time about it. I would not recommend toto at all. For the quality or the customer service.
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i currently have a standard $50 dual nozzle one. i absolutely love it, but any girls who have used it hate the cold. cant say i wouldnt prefer heated water either. based on how much of a quality of life improvement the cheap one was, i wont hesitate to splurge on one of these for my next house. i would have never expected it, but since ive bought my cheapo one, using a toilet without one honestly feels disgusting.
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Honestly I would just get a Toto Washlet. I've had a Biobidet for a few years and regret getting it, although the warranty people were nice. The first one worked intermittently and then the soft close function just broke. Then they replaced it and while this one works, the soft close function broke again. There are a few other issues too.
My ex got a bio and she likes the Toto better. The seat and water is a lot hotter
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Can't speak for this one as we've had a Toto Washlet for about 6 years now. But bidets are life changing lol.
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Up to 200lbs. Obviously not for american market. They should double it.
200 lbs for the lid not the seat
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I've been desperately waiting for a chance at the best electric bidet I can find around this price point (30th birthday gift to myself!). From what I've read, the BB-2000 is the highest recommended and so I'd think it's the one I'd prefer, but I don't know for sure. The two seem to be quite similar and I haven't been able to find nearly as much online about this model as the other BioBidet options, especially in terms of comparison reviews.

It seems like the biggest differences are the water heating method (BB-2000 is hybrid) and I read a few reviews mentioning lower water pressure with the DIB, along with it not having enough forward range with the feminine wash. But idk (and I wonder if that was only the round model?).

I'm wondering if I should remain patient in waiting for the BB-2000 (it's gotta come back around eventually, right?) or if this one will do the trick.

My biggest concern/priority comes down to the bidet's primary function of shooting water at your bum. I want to be sure it has ample water pressure to do the job. I have currently been using a basic, non-electric model and would be bummed if the spray pressure and function wasn't noticeably upgraded.

Anyone have any insights into this? I have read past SD bidet threads and I appreciate the bidet conneseurs and experts we have on here! Cheers!
I'm waiting for the bb-2000 as well. I bought the bio bidet 6800u from Costco and it's so underwhelming (for me) I just don't see myself holding in to it too long. I tossed the box so sadly don't think returning will be possible.
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Higher end toto is much better quality than bio bidet
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I'm waiting for the bb-2000 as well. I bought the bio bidet 6800u from Costco and it's so underwhelming (for me) I just don't see myself holding in to it too long. I tossed the box so sadly don't think returning will be possible.
Exact same for me. Underwhelming compared to the original 6800...
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Anyone have any insights into this? I have read past SD bidet threads and I appreciate the bidet conneseurs and experts we have on here! Cheers!
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I'm waiting for the bb-2000 as well. I bought the bio bidet 6800u from Costco and it's so underwhelming (for me) I just don't see myself holding in to it too long. I tossed the box so sadly don't think returning will be possible.
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Exact same for me. Underwhelming compared to the original 6800...
I just went through this and decided against the Costco special on the 6800u and went with the BB-2000. I've never used the 6800U so I can't compare the two. But the BB-2000 is great, good pressure and bells and whistles. If you need an extra pressure boost you can switch to the "enema mode" which turns it up a notch. The zig-zag and pulsate modes DO work in enema mode so AFAICT it's the same as regular butt rinsing mode.

For a good deal, I would recommend considering the BB-2000 on "open box" special from the manufacturer for $460 here:

https://biobidet.com/products/ope...ss-bb-2000

I read all the reviews and everyone seems to agree that the boxes are NOT actually pre-opened. You get a brand new unit, the only difference is that you cannot return it. Otherwise it still comes with the full manufacturer warranty and support. That's my experience as well -- the unit I got appeared to be 100% factory sealed and brand new. YMMV.
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