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Bio Bidet Supreme BB-1000 Bidet Seat - $259.99 - Free shipping for Prime members

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I have the BioBidet USPA 6800 which I love . Anyone know the difference? I need another one.
I own both, this one has much more water pressure which I prefer.
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In for 1 because I have round seats in this house (ugh) and all the new good bidet models at elongated only.
on the plus side i can tell you from experience that if you ever upgrade or move to a place with elongated toilets, the round bidet will fit on the elongated toilet. it will look weird/ugly but it works

as far as brondell vs biobiodet and enema setting, my brondell 1000 doesn't have an enema/vortex function but the pressure is still very strong. at its highest pressure setting and narrowest water beam/spray setting, it works perfectly well as an enema option
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Toilet paper back in stock, pass.
Man I've been using bidets long before tp went out of stock. I mean I don't go for these fancy models but I wouldn't give up my bidet for all the tp in the world.
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How does this differ from the Bio Bidet A8? That's going on sale for $250 at Costco next week
How do you know it will go on sale next week?
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Oh look!
An enema button.
Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not, butt that is my favorite thing about my bidet. Not joking here at all: the best part is using the full pressure to get a little enema, and then you push out all the rest of the bits you couldn't get out before. Don't know what I did before my bidet.
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Just remodeled our master bath and I had to run power to the toilet just for this. Wifey had to have one after trying one at her gf's house. She said it took her a while to find the sweet spot.
her gf already found it there.
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How do you know it will go on sale next week?
Got the Costco flyer in the mail yesterday. Sale starts 27th
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I ran the calcs on comparing toilet paper costs, water usage, and material use in a YouTube video if you're interested in diving into whether a bidet will pay for itself-

https://youtu.be/5LdYdJY8nRg
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I ran the calcs on comparing toilet paper costs, water usage, and material use in a YouTube video if you're interested in diving into whether a bidet will pay for itself-

https://youtu.be/5LdYdJY8nRg
good one. even including electricity. without it, we may need more toilet paper to dry out wet butt.

is it right that i see the electricity column on the paper toilet instead of bidet.
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good one. even including electricity. without it, we may need more toilet paper to dry out wet butt.

is it right that i see the electricity column on the paper toilet instead of bidet.
Yup, it turns out that manufacturing toilet paper uses more $/kWh than heating the bidet water. I couldn't get info on the electronic usage of these fancy bidets, but I would imagine that it's just a few watts per use, or pennies per year in terms of kWh usage
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Yup, it turns out that manufacturing toilet paper uses more $/kWh than heating the bidet water. I couldn't get info on the electronic usage of these fancy bidets, but I would imagine that it's just a few watts per use, or pennies per year in terms of kWh usage
heat up water and maintaining it at certain temp isn't cheap.

btw, who actually cares how much the manufacturer uses on their electrity to produce some toilet paper?
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I have the BioBidet USPA 6800 which I love . Anyone know the difference? I need another one.
I have an USPA 6800 and a BB800, and I hate having to use the USPA over the BB800. The only benefit of the USPA 6800 is the user profiles and a night light I don't use.

It looks like this has all the same features as a BB800, which has MUCH better water pressure, enema mode (not for everyone, but I use it), and a much bigger water heating reservoir. I am holding out for a BB-2000 to replace my USPA, but my USPA is definitely on the way out.
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heat up water and maintaining it at certain temp isn't cheap.

btw, who actually cares how much the manufacturer uses on their electrity to produce some toilet paper?
Hot water on demand doesn't keep the water warm all the time. It only heat up water at the time of use. Many of us care how energy is used since the more is used the more it costs the world resources.
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Hot water on demand doesn't keep the water warm all the time. It only heat up water at the time of use. Many of us care how energy is used since the more is used the more it costs the world resources.
did he calculate how much it cost to produce all the metal and plastic parts for this bidet, including the paper manual on how to use it? really? people care how much they pay out of pocket or how much it costs to save the world?
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heat up water and maintaining it at certain temp isn't cheap.

btw, who actually cares how much the manufacturer uses on their electrity to produce some toilet paper?
The channel focuses on environmental impact of these devices, so that's why it's included. The cost to heat 1/8th of a gallon per day is negligible per my estimates. And the electricity needed, seconds per day, is also negligible. But I do appreciate the feedback.
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