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Last Edited by jersharocks August 30, 2016 at 08:49 AM
TOTO SW2034#01 Elongated C100 Washlet, Cotton White for $268.84

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  • Dimension:23.5 x 20.5 x 9 inches
  • Gentle aerated, warm water, dual-action spray with oscillating feature
  • Adjustable water temperature and volume
  • Premist bowl before each use , Convenient arm control panel
  • Elongated heated seat with temperature control
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Aw, I bought this last week. It's been life changing, though! Ever since I visited Japan, I've missed the cleanliness I had down there while I was over there.

Highly recommended.
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There is no power outlet nearby, can I use an ups power to drive it?
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My ex Roseanna (yeah!) had one of these when we visited Africa..
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Aw, I bought this last week. It's been life changing, though! Ever since I visited Japan, I've missed the cleanliness I had down there while I was over there.

Highly recommended.
Same here - tried it in Europe and can't go back.
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These are great but most American bathrooms don't have an easily accessible outlet to plug it in to! Picked up a cold water only one awhile back. Works just as well albeit a bit cold in the winter.
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There is no power outlet nearby, can I use an ups power to drive it?
Manual says the washlet uses 570W max. So if your UPS can supply that, sure. But you'd also have to recharge it once in a while, and the frequency for that would depend on how often you use the washlet, for how long, and what settings you use. Higher heating temp, and heating the seat will obviously use more power.

You should also use a gfci for any devices installed in wet locations. You can get an inline gfci for that. A UPS will not be gfci protected.

IMO, it's not worth the trouble to have to remove the UPS, take it somewhere to recharge, and bring it back. I would just get something like this that doesn't require power. https://www.amazon.com/Luxe-Bidet...00A0RX2UI/
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Quote from acerunner View Post :
Manual says the washlet uses 570W max. So if your UPS can supply that, sure. But you'd also have to recharge it once in a while, and the frequency for that would depend on how often you use the washlet, for how long, and what settings you use. Higher heating temp, and heating the seat will obviously use more power.

You should also use a gfci for any devices installed in wet locations. You can get an inline gfci for that. A UPS will not be gfci protected.

IMO, it's not worth the trouble to have to remove the UPS, take it somewhere to recharge, and bring it back. I would just get something like this that doesn't require power. https://www.amazon.com/Luxe-Bidet...00A0RX2UI/
thanks repped
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Price this month seems to be fluctuating all over the place. Does amazon still provide a 7-day price protection guarantee?

Quote from gaore View Post :
There is no power outlet nearby, can I use an ups power to drive it?
What about using an extension cord as per one review?
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Last edited by alanbrenton August 30, 2016 at 10:55 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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When a friend asks why I have one of these I always reply "when you work in the garden, do you clean your hands with just a paper towel?" They always think for a second then nod with approval. Side note, always explain to a guest that they have to hit the stop button when they're done lol

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Price this month seems to be fluctuating all over the place. Does amazon still provide a 7-day price protection guarantee?



What about using an extension cord as per one review?
I used an extension cord on mine for about 6 months before I remodeled the bathroom and put an outlet in next to the water closet.
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Last edited by nicksblackroush August 30, 2016 at 11:05 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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There is no power outlet nearby, can I use an ups power to drive it?
I don't think that is a good idea. According to the User Guide, the max power consumption of this is 494W. Even though that is not continuous, the toilet's water/seat warming features probably would deplete the UPS daily (so make sure you have back up toilet tissue Big Grin )

On the other hand, putting in a power outlet may not be too difficult. Look on the OTHER SIDE of your bathroom's walls, if there's an outlet then you (or an electrician) can easily tap into that for an additional GFCI outlet in the bathroom.
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Quote from laiyenha View Post :
I don't think that is a good idea. According to the User Guide, the max power consumption of this is 494W. Even though that is not continuous, the toilet's water/seat warming features probably would deplete the UPS daily (so make sure you have back up toilet tissue Big Grin )

On the other hand, putting in a power outlet may not be too difficult. Look on the OTHER SIDE of your bathroom's walls, if there's an outlet then you (or an electrician) can easily tap into that for an additional GFCI outlet in the bathroom.
thanks for the advice... repped
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Aw, I bought this last week. It's been life changing, though! Ever since I visited Japan, I've missed the cleanliness I had down there while I was over there.

Highly recommended.
In for one! I also went to Japan, and after trying them out there I really missed using it.

However, the one I tried there had options to play relaxing sound effects. Gotta hand it to Japanese!

I was going to buy one during a previous drop a week or two ago. Glad I waited for this one.
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Thanks, my parents have one installed in their house, gonna get this one for mine.

This is one of those things that I don't understand why people are so scared of the concept, once you get a bidet, you can't go back.
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