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Promoted 04-14-2015 by Corwin at 09:54 PM View Original Post
Update: 10% off promo code is no longer valid but you may still purchase it at $24.99

Groupon.com has Bio Bidet Simplet Bidet Attachment (BBC-70) on Sale for $24.99 - 10% w/ promo code HOME10 = $22.49. Shipping is free. Thanks DhavalP8170

Includes:
  • Simplet BBC-70 Attachment
  • 7/8” Universal Brass T-Valve
  • Braided Fill Valve
  • Water Supply Hose
  • Manual
  • (2) Protective Rubber O-rings

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Written by Corwin

If you've ever wanted to get a bidet attachment this a nice price. - Corwin

Our research indicates that the Bio Bidet Simplet Bidet Attachment (BBC-70) is $15.50 lower (40% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $38. -Corwin

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Edited April 15, 2015 at 07:17 AM by BostonGirl
http://www.groupon.com/deals/gg-b...t-system-1

$24.99 - 10% off (promo code: HOME10) = $22.49

*** (Update: 10% off promo code is no longer valid but you may still purchase it at $24.99)


Easy-to-install bidet hooks up directly to a fresh water supply—no batteries or electricity required

Bio Bidet Simplet Bidet Attachment
Model number: BBC-70
Provides a refreshing clean feeling
Splash guard
Adjustable water pressure
Removable nozzle
No electricity or batteries required
Connects directly to a fresh water supply
Easy to install and use
Brass inlet
Braided metal water supply
Brass universal 7/8" T valve
Dimensions: 14"x4"x8"
Weight: 3lb.

In the box: Simplet BBC-70 attachment, 7/8" universal brass T valve, braided fill valve, water supply hose, manual, two protective rubber O-rings.

Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Bidet-Simpl...B00FX1D55I

43 Reviews 4/5 stars.

After my research, I found out, only this brand offers, all metal attachments in this price range.
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I wonder if this will help with my dingle berry problem....
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It will fix hemroids
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These are great for the price. Is a $350 bidet better? Yes, by a lot. But for ~$25 these do the job perfectly.
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I had to see what the heck a bidet was lol. I thought it was the whole toilet for a minute there!! Here's the Amazon answer:
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um what exactly does this thing do?

A: Put it on any existing toilet. Hook it up to water supply which takes 5 minutes. After a #2 you turn the dial and water shoots from the nozzle and cleans your bum. You choose the strength of stream. It is well worth the money. Will Creswell Lindow answered on October 23, 2014
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cheap, useful, but .. cold water.. man, not sure. I'd rather spend 300 on a heated one
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I guess it can only be used in spring and summer here in midwest. Your bum may get frozen if you use it in winter.
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Suppose if there is anything at all I should purchase while sitting on the toilet it's this.
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$38.50 and promo code is now invalid.
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cheap, useful, but .. cold water.. man, not sure. I'd rather spend 300 on a heated one
Maybw to help you wake up in the morning lol
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for sure. especially good during winters laugh out loud
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You actually get used to the cold water really quickly. I now don't mind it at all. My in-laws have a fancy heated one and sure, it's nice. But the cold water is fine too. No big deal.

I have almost the same model but with both front and back nozzles and a cleaning setting. Probably not worth the extra for the slightly fancier one but it's out there.
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I guess it can only be used in spring and summer here in midwest. Your bum may get frozen if you use it in winter.
Not really. With the force, small tip, the washing will be done before the cold hits you! Yes, I am from midwest and use one, two, another $300 one!!

The deal is still on and ordered one as one of mine broke (guests really sit on it) and needs to be replaced
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During the winter time my water here in the Northeast comes out of the tap at barely 40 degrees Fahrenheit, is that too cold for a bidet to be comfortable?
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