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Bio Bidet Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated or Round Toilets with Fusion Heating - $199.99 @ Home Depot + FS

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Hmm this is much cheaper than Toto, is it worth it?
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Bio Bidet is a good brand. Not quite as good as Toto, but Totos are way too expensive. BTW: if you're a Costco member, they have a Bio Bidet with wireless remote on sale for the same price as this.
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Bio Bidet is a good brand. Not quite as good as Toto, but Totos are way too expensive. BTW: if you're a Costco member, they have a Bio Bidet with wireless remote on sale for the same price as this.
Exactly. Good reviews and comparisons with Toto on Costco.com
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This requires to plug in for power. My power socket is too far and too costly to install another outlet near the toilet bowl. Any battery operated ones out there?
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This requires to plug in for power. My power socket is too far and too costly to install another outlet near the toilet bowl. Any battery operated ones out there?
Just use an extension cord
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Just use an extension cord
Really.
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Really.
Most owners manual of these products specifically address using an extension cord. Its a common solution.
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He probably said really because it wouldn't seem to be aesthetically pleasing.
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Yuk - I do not want to loose how my bathroom looks with extension cords running around and it is also a safety hazard especially in the bathroom.

My socket is such that I will need to rip the drywall to get through the 2x4 frames. No access from bottom except to rip the ceiling below.

I will hold on till a battery operated unit is available. Would be great if it could be a removable rechargeable battery.
I doubt you'll find a battery powered one because of the energy required to heat.

There are options that use cold water and are powered by the water pressure in your home. They are relatively inexpensive (at least before COVID they were like 25 bucks) Cold water never bothered me but some people don't like it.
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Yuk - I do not want to loose how my bathroom looks with extension cords running around and it is also a safety hazard especially in the bathroom.

My socket is such that I will need to rip the drywall to get through the 2x4 frames. No access from bottom except to rip the ceiling below.

I will hold on till a battery operated unit is available. Would be great if it could be a removable rechargeable battery.
Or you can just use the extension cord for use and put it away after you are done....but that would be like effort....
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looking for more comments from people with round toilet seats as to if these bidets make the seat too small for taller/larger folk. im 6'4" and 225. I'm not trying to spend $200 on an item that makes it uncomfortable to sit down.
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As general rule - never buy store exclusive models. Bad sign for warranty/replacement parts.

Specifically this model does not appear to have a power save mode = energy hog.

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