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  • Dual nozzle design with adjustable water pressure
  • Toilet bidet sprayer attachment allows you to adjust your water pressure by simply turning the comfort grip control knob to activate your preferred spray setting
  • Designed for an easy DIY installation
  • Includes all of the required hardware and instructions for installation
  • The bidet toilet attachment is mechanical and doesn't require any batteries and or electricity
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The simple, easy-to-install way to say goodbye to 2-ply and hello to a cleaner behind; in White
What's Included
Bio Bidet SlimEdge bidet toilet attachment, in White
Braided metal hose
Brass T-adapter
Non-slip mats
Teflon tape
How-to guide (hint: it's easy!)

ManufacturerBio Bidet
Item Weight1.15 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 10 x 4 inches
Item model number| SlimEdge Home Bidet Toilet Seat
ColorWhite
StyleSlimEdge
Item Package Quantity1
Included ComponentsX
Batteries Required?No
Warranty Description1 year manufacturer

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Quote from irobot73 :
I JUST installed this (as I await the repair of my BB-600 [housing was cracked all to hell. Not like it was abused either *shrug*])

DEFINITELY glad I ordered/installed the T-valve (aside from the ability to repair+ w/o completely tearing down the setup). Was able to barely turn on the flow & can use the 1st tush-click w/o giving myself a low-colonic.

Nice little unit though, especially for the $$ (and now saving myself some cash)
any recommendation on a replacement t-valve?
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Sold out already
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I became obsessed with these add-on bidets over the last year. Tried several brands and the best bang for the buck I've found so far is the Luxe Neo 120. Watch for it to go on sale around $25 or so.

If you want to go higher end, the Toto toilet seat systems recently went down in price to the $350 range and they're the best of the best.
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Love mine. Have to be gentle to get the right pressure. Someone had said there is a valve you can buy for cheap that would allow you to adjust the water pressure going to the bidet.
Wish this had self cleaning… not the end of the world but a nice feature to have. The cold water you get used to… refreshing really.
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I heard about them long ago and reasoned they would be at least very good additions to a home. When my wife recovered from each childbirth I'd wished we had one. Then I saw a cold water add on unit like this one for a price close to this. Hooked it up and was a convert in a day. My wife and brother were very negative for a short time and then were solid converts. We found it so important I got "do everything" units for both bathrooms. They both now tell others how great they are. My 4 kids just roll their eyes..until my 2nd daughter married an F16 pilot and had to live in Japan for 3 yrs. Now they are back in the US refuse to live without them. I am certain that generally, the older one gets the more essential they will seem but regardless of your age once you have used one for a while you'll never want to be without one.
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Quote from labude :
I've never used a bidet and wondered about them for decades.
Does it involve taking water and shooting it where you need to wipe
whereupon those fluids have to come back down somewhere, some into the water
and some, perhaps to the very jet where they were shot out of, whereupon the
next user will be treated to remnants of the previous user's fecal matter?.
This is what I am envisioning. Does it, in fact, not work this way?
WARNING: The following contains TMI for some folks!

The bidet we have in one of our bathrooms is a simple contraption: It has two convenient variable knobs that regulate the water pressure and temperature. I'll get to the setup in a moment, but to use the unit I just turn the heat/pressure knob (which is similar in function to a single handle kitchen faucet) to the temp I want and let it heat up on high for about 30 seconds - like you'd do for your shower). Then turn the knob to where you like it. After one or two times, you'll know exactly where to turn the knob for that perfect temp.

Once the water is heated (you'll feel the heat on your bum) to your desire, I slowly turn on the other knob which varies the pressure. I start off very slowly so as not to splash water intensely - just enough pressure to softly wash the area and not splash fecal stuff all over the place! ;-) Then, after 10 seconds or so of moving my bottom around a little to get good coverage, I slowly turn up the pressure to where it's still comfortable but I know the pressure is intense enough to thorougly clean the area. This entire process takes me about one to two minutes.
Then I just shut down the two knobs and grab my convenient hand towel hanging on a holder attached to my adjacent sink-cabinet and pat dry. No TP is needed. That towel gets washed/changed frequently, even though it always looks clean.

Configuration? OK, everyone has a different setup, but most folks have a toilet and a sink in close proximity. My toilet is right next to my sink which means that the toilet cold water valve is directly behind the toilet and the hot water valve is under my sink cabinet. I just drilled a hole the size of the water hose in the bottom rear of the cabinet and attached the hose to the hot water valve. You may have to buy a longer hose at HD or Lowe's, and if you do, I'd recommend you replace the plastic hoses that come with the unit with the metal coiled ones. They only cost a few dollars. So I have one 2' hose (to the cold water) and one 5' hose running to the hot water valve.

If your toilet and sink are on opposite sides of the bathroom, all bets are off for this simple install ! ;-)

BTW: When I see a bidet advertised that has a remote control, I laugh my ass off. For the life of me, I cannot understand why anyone would need a remote when you're sitting right next to the controls.

My very simple setup is perfect for us. So easy and so healthful. The toilet tissue lobbyists have certainly pulled a fast one on us Americans for a very long time. TP is unhealthy, messy, wasteful, and environmentally unsound.

Now go have yourself some good, clean fun!
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WARNING: The following contains TMI for some folks!

The bidet we have in one of our bathrooms is a simple contraption: It has two convenient variable knobs that regulate the water pressure and temperature. I'll get to the setup in a moment, but to use the unit I just turn the heat/pressure knob (which is similar in function to a single handle kitchen faucet) to the temp I want and let it heat up on high for about 30 seconds - like you'd do for your shower). Then turn the knob to where you like it. After one or two times, you'll know exactly where to turn the knob for that perfect temp.

Once the water is heated (you'll feel the heat on your bum) to your desire, I slowly turn on the other knob which varies the pressure. I start off very slowly so as not to splash water intensely - just enough pressure to softly wash the area and not splash fecal stuff all over the place! ;-) Then, after 10 seconds or so of moving my bottom around a little to get good coverage, I slowly turn up the pressure to where it's still comfortable but I know the pressure is intense enough to thorougly clean the area. This entire process takes me about one to two minutes.
Then I just shut down the two knobs and grab my convenient hand towel hanging on a holder attached to my adjacent sink-cabinet and pat dry. No TP is needed. That towel gets washed/changed frequently, even though it always looks clean.

Configuration? OK, everyone has a different setup, but most folks have a toilet and a sink in close proximity. My toilet is right next to my sink which means that the toilet cold water valve is directly behind the toilet and the hot water valve is under my sink cabinet. I just drilled a hole the size of the water hose in the bottom rear of the cabinet and attached the hose to the hot water valve. You may have to buy a longer hose at HD or Lowe's, and if you do, I'd recommend you replace the plastic hoses that come with the unit with the metal coiled ones. They only cost a few dollars. So I have one 2' hose (to the cold water) and one 5' hose running to the hot water valve.

If your toilet and sink are on opposite sides of the bathroom, all bets are off for this simple install ! ;-)

BTW: When I see a bidet advertised that has a remote control, I laugh my ass off. For the life of me, I cannot understand why anyone would need a remote when you're sitting right next to the controls.

My very simple setup is perfect for us. So easy and so healthful. The toilet tissue lobbyists have certainly pulled a fast one on us Americans for a very long time. TP is unhealthy, messy, wasteful, and environmentally unsound.

Now go have yourself some good, clean fun!
Forgot to address your nozzel concerns.

Our nozzle is covered until it has to pop up. But it stays pointed down durin the heating up of the water and won't pop up until I use the other knob to spray and adjust the pressure. Here again, I know exactly where to turn this knob to and you will, too, after a few uses. The nozzel also self cleans but I sometimes run hot water through it while it is pointed down just to flush it out after my 'session'. Very simple and quick. All this may sound complicated, but it's not.

Bottom(!) line? Using a bidet will take about 1 extra minute compared to TP.
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Quote from Khamid123 :
Sold out already
I was just able to order one through the Amazon app. I went through the link that amazon texted me for the Treasure Truck deals.
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Quote from eekster :
It's not a problem even in the dead of winter.
Definitely a "howdy, good morning" experience in winter, but since the aim is fairly exact, it isn't like using a cold water washcloth on your cheeks.
We've had one of these cheap unheated bidets for years after working in Japan for a year. Can't imagine going back to bidet-less living. The temperature doesn't really matter. It isn't like you'll spray more than 5-10 seconds anyway.
The Japanese - $1000 bidets are a completely different class. Pre-Heated seat, warm water, spray control from wide to pin-point, and pressure controls. These cheapo ones are pinpoint, pressure control only models - which is perfectly fine.

The reason NOT to get the heated water version are usually because the toilet isn't physically located near either a hot water pipe or electrical power. Our master bath has a separate closet for the WC - no power there.

In the other bathrooms, we never bothered connecting to the hot-water feed mainly because it takes about 30 seconds for the hot water to start flowing anyways.

Also, for curious people - don't turn the water on unless you are seated. Unless you want to mop the floor.5-10ft away. The ass is necessary to keep it in the bowl.

I use 2 TP sheets to wipe/dry. Never any "dirt" there.
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Quote from bostonbutt :
If you pay just a little more (maybe $50 more), get one that mixes cold with hot water. When your bum doesn't get a blast of COLD water, you'll thank me. I've had a Bio Bidet for well over 10 years - they're great. I think mine was $60 back then.
I'll keep that in mind. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Definitely a "howdy, good morning" experience in winter, but since the aim is fairly exact, it isn't like using a cold water washcloth on your cheeks.
We've had one of these cheap unheated bidets for years after working in Japan for a year. Can't imagine going back to bidet-less living. The temperature doesn't really matter. It isn't like you'll spray more than 5-10 seconds anyway.
The Japanese - $1000 bidets are a completely different class. Pre-Heated seat, warm water, spray control from wide to pin-point, and pressure controls. These cheapo ones are pinpoint, pressure control only models - which is perfectly fine.

The reason NOT to get the heated water version are usually because the toilet isn't physically located near either a hot water pipe or electrical power. Our master bath has a separate closet for the WC - no power there.

In the other bathrooms, we never bothered connecting to the hot-water feed mainly because it takes about 30 seconds for the hot water to start flowing anyways.

Also, for curious people - don't turn the water on unless you are seated. Unless you want to mop the floor.5-10ft away. The ass is necessary to keep it in the bowl.

I use 2 TP sheets to wipe/dry. Never any "dirt" there.
With most bidets, when you turn the water on it flows straight down into the bowl... until you decide to turn the other knob to spray toward your butt.
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