Natural Water Bidet with Dual Nozzle

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Natural Water Bidet with Dual Nozzle
Price: $28.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Monday, Feb 16 to Thursday, Feb 19) + transit
Condition: New

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
1/31/2015 - $28.99 - Click To See Discussion (26 comments)
11/28/2014 - $28.99 (Woot-off) - Click To See Discussion (3 comments)
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10/24/2014 - $28.99 (Woot Plus)

Ah excuse me, but how does this belong in the ‘Tools and Garden’ category?

They had a kitchen faucet in here earlier also.

Apparently the staff at Woot! washes both their dishes and their buttocks outside in their gardens.

A comment from a previous Bidet sale on Woot:

With the number of these being sold on Woot recently, I think we need a bidets.woot.com.

being a redneck american, i have never really understood how to use a bidet. I see that it connects to the cold water supply. If the idea is to wash your ass while sitting there, i don’t think squirting cold water on it would be particularly pleasant.

Damnit. I was looking for the UN Natural Water one… Or the Holy Water one. Either one really.

The pool or the pond. The pond would be good for you.

It is actually nice during the summer! :slight_smile:

I have this and it connects to the cold water line going into your toilet tank… And it works too…I had this for over a year now and there are no problems and used daily! Good thing is that it can have a ‘strong stream’ if desired since it does not have a built in heater, it can just blast away. Of course you can adjust the stream strength too.

So enlighten another redneck… When you’re done, do you wipe with toilet paper or a towel? Or do you just air-dry it? Either way, it sounds messy.

I bet you have not felt tap water up here in the Northeast during the winter months. ICE COLD.