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Newegg: Bio Bidet Prestige BB-800 Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilet in White $239 + Free Shipping

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Newegg: Bio Bidet Prestige BB-800 Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilet in White. The same model [biobidet.com] is originally priced at $449. On sale at Newegg for $239. Free shipping available.
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Seems to be mostly the same as this Home Depot model for $200? I couldn't spot a difference, scanning quickly.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/bioBi.../309404961
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Seems to be mostly the same as this Home Depot model for $200? I couldn't spot a difference, scanning quickly.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/bioBi.../309404961
Looks like the home depot exclusive is a newer model. Looking at the spec sheets what jumps out at me is the Home Depot model has an 800 watt water heater vs 600 watt for the Newegg. The Home Depot also has a night light. The Newegg has a 3-year warranty vs. 1 year for the Home Depot.
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How does this compare to Costco 6800u?
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How does this compare to Costco 6800u?
No remote, which doesnt seem like a big deal till you realize the controls are all covered in urine splash.

from what i can tell, no night light, and no user presets.

for me those are 3 things, that are must haves if im spending $200+
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I own this model and the Lowes model that is equivalent of the HD model...The water pressure can be much higher on the 800 model. So if you need that there you go.

The 800 does not have a night light.

Other than that, I would prefer the 800 model since if I ever needed the enema feature..It would get the job done with the higher pressure.
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i want to buy a bidet - but i don't think i can turn off my water....any suggestions?
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i want to buy a bidet - but i don't think i can turn off my water....any suggestions?
you don't have something like this by the wall?

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/c2...113fbe.jpg
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you don't have something like this by the wall?

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/c2...113fbe.jpg
the turn off switches by by shower and toilet don't work...i'm renting a guesthouse
i found that out last month when toilet was running!
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the turn off switches by by shower and toilet don't work...i'm renting a guesthouse
i found that out last month when toilet was running!
You'll need to ask them if there's a valve to shut off water to the guest house (i would think this is required by code... but not sure where you live). If that's not available, see if you are allowed to shut off the main water shutoff valve to the entire property (main house and guesthouse) for about 20-30 min.
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You'll need to ask them if there's a valve to shut off water to the guest house (i would think this is required by code... but not sure where you live). If that's not available, see if you are allowed to shut off the main water shutoff valve to the entire property (main house and guesthouse) for about 20-30 min.
good point...im having a surgery next month and everyone who's had it has been saying to get a bidet
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Attached is the regular round.

https://www.newegg.com/bio-bidet/...002N-00001
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Seems to be mostly the same as this Home Depot model for $200? I couldn't spot a difference, scanning quickly.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/bioBi.../309404961
Is there air drying on the HD model, i didn't see it. Gotta have that for my next purchase
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Do you need a power outlet by the toilet for these?

I don't normally see a power outlet beside the toilet. I know mine is by the sink.
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Dumb question: the pictures for round and elongated look the same to me- how do you tell which one you need?

EDIT: To determine if your toilet is round or elongated, locate the two mounting holes behind your existing toilet seat (these mounting holes secure your existing seat to the toilet). Measure the distance from the center of the mounting holes, to the front outside edge of the toilet bowl. If the measurement here is 17 inches or less, you have a round toilet. If it's 17.5 inches or more, you have an elongated toilet.

Source: https://blog.bidetsplus.com/blog/...elongated/
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