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$200 off Bio Bidet BB-2000 Bliss Bidet Toilet Seat $499

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Bidet King is offering $200 off Bio Bidet BB-2000 plus free ground shipping. $499 regular price on the site is $699.
Also offering up to 20% off on other bidets as well.
It is a time based sale and ends in 27hrs. or so.

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Last Edited by namlook March 19, 2020 at 10:11 AM
Sale price extended....

Ben61694: You can use bkflyer10 for $49.90 off (10%).

Other models on site are also 20% off with stacking 10%.

Comparison chart of models:
https://bidetking.com/bidet-comparison-chart

The following models have 30 day returns even if used! :

Program Details: Simply purchase a qualifying washlet bidet seat where the 30 Day Trial program is listed. From the date of purchase, you will have 30 days to receive, install, and use the toilet seat bidet in your home. If you find that you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, call us for a RMA (return authorization) number, and then ship the seat back to us via UPS for a full refund minus original shipping costs.

Qualifying models: Alpha JX, Bio Bidet BB-2000, Brondell Swash 1400, Blooming NB-R1063, Infinity XLC-3000

Fine Print: 30 Day Risk Free Trial applies only to products listed in this category. All returns must be shipped via UPS with insurance and have a BidetKing.com RMA number. Returns received without RMA numbers or shipped via ineligible carriers will be subject to a 15% restocking fee. In case of return, customer is responsible for return shipping costs as well as original shipping costs (will be deducted from refund). Returns must be in good condition with ALL original parts and accessories included. Returns received with missing parts or substantial damage beyond normal usage wear and tear will be subject to additional fees (will be deducted from refund). Orders involving multiple bidet seats may only have (1) unit be considered under the 30 Day Risk Free trial program (other units must be in brand new condition to be returned). (1) 30 Day Risk Free trial per household - regardless of model.

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Meh, weak deal for this model. It was around $400 a few weeks ago on woot.com and it was $300 on Amazon prime day last year and probably will be the same this year.
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Meh, weak deal for this model. It was around $400 a few weeks ago on woot.com and it was $300 on Amazon prime day last year and probably will be the same this year.
What else are you going to do when you're running out of tp.
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Great deal... Thanks for sharing...
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I installed a basic one years ago and love it. The problem with these more expensive models is you have to plug them in. I don't have a plug in any of my bathrooms near the toilet. Do you guys get an electrical outlet installed or run an extension cord or just happen to have an outlet near your toilet?
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I installed a basic one years ago and love it. The problem with these more expensive models is you have to plug them in. I don't have a plug in any of my bathrooms near the toilet. Do you guys get an electrical outlet installed or run an extension cord or just happen to have an outlet near your toilet?
Funny, i solved this problem with a cheap $5 white extension cord ran along the base boards. Very incognito.
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What else are you going to do when you're running out of tp.
At this rate, TP deal will be frontpage and Amazon prime day is all about TP back to normal price in the old days. That's what's coming, folks.
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I installed a basic one years ago and love it. The problem with these more expensive models is you have to plug them in. I don't have a plug in any of my bathrooms near the toilet. Do you guys get an electrical outlet installed or run an extension cord or just happen to have an outlet near your toilet?
Installed a dedicated GFCI outlet on a dedicated breaker.

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Funny, i solved this problem with a cheap $5 white extension cord ran along the base boards. Very incognito.
Please dont do this. This is very dangerous. You need a dedicated GFCI outlet on a dedicated breaker. Some of these electric models need a dedicated 15 amp line because of the heater function. Most manuals explicitly state - not to run these bidets with extension cords. Dont do dangerous shit, brag about it and risk other peoples lives.
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Superb deal...
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Installed a dedicated GFCI outlet on a dedicated breaker.



Please dont do this. This is very dangerous. You need a dedicated GFCI outlet on a dedicated breaker. Some of these electric models need a dedicated 15 amp line because of the heater function. Most manuals explicitly state - not to run these bidets with extension cords. Dont do dangerous shit, brag about it and risk other peoples lives.
While I agree with your statement that a dedicated GFCI outlet is the highly recommended method, the manual does state that you ~can~ use a one-to-one 3 prong extension cord rated for at least 10 amps connected directly to a GFCI receptacle.
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At this rate, TP deal will be frontpage and Amazon prime day is all about TP back to normal price in the old days. That's what's coming, folks.
Why can't people just get a portable bidet/sprayer (yes those things exist, and have existed for thousands of years) instead of hoarding all the TPs..
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Funny, i solved this problem with a cheap $5 white extension cord ran along the base boards. Very incognito.
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Please dont do this. This is very dangerous.
Lets assume Demi lives in an updated home / the outlet in his bath is properly installed / and his cord isnt undersized Wink / ...no worries
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5% off using code BKSOCIAL. No tax and free shipping. Comes out to $474.05. Not lowest ever, but still not bad during corona tp apocalypse.
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Installed a dedicated GFCI outlet on a dedicated breaker.



Please dont do this. This is very dangerous. You need a dedicated GFCI outlet on a dedicated breaker. Some of these electric models need a dedicated 15 amp line because of the heater function. Most manuals explicitly state - not to run these bidets with extension cords. Dont do dangerous shit, brag about it and risk other peoples lives.
I used this cord, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003WYA3RG

I used this for BB2000 with instant water, a pull of 900W to 1200W according to bidet expert.
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