Swash 1000 Bidet Toilet Seat - Your Choice
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This seems like overkill for something that just sprays water on your rear end. I bought a $40 one off Amazon and love it.
Bought this model last time it was on sale here. It is easily one of the best all-time purchases I’ve made from Woot! Your wife will love you and you’ll be the envy of all.
I work in a group home and one of my guys weighs 400 lbs and can’t reach his behind for proper wipe. Can one of these hold his weight? TIA
John, after a little research I found a number that may help. Just call 1-888-542-3355 and you can ask and be sure. However, I have been using a bidet for many years and my weight goes up and down. Currently I’m about 350lbs and could not live without a bidet. Mine is not a Brondell Swash 1000 but it looks very similar. I don’t think weight is an issue because with mine my weight is distributed throughout the toilet seat. The part of the bidet that comes in contact with the toilet. As long as the toilet is rated for heavy use and can hold the weight it seems like the bidet seat would be just fine. Another point I would like to make is when I went to Brondell Swash1000 site the reviews were astounding. Sixty-eight reviewers had left 5 stars out of 70 total reviews. That is as near perfection as one could ask for. And no I don’t work for or receive anything for this review. It’s just that when I heard of another person in need I wanted to help. By the way my bidet cost three times as much as this one and doesn’t have nearly as many features. I think I will go ahead and by this Swash 1000 myself. Hope this helps, Dan.
I own a home that came with an actual bidet. It is a separate basin, completely detached from the toilet - it is even separate by a wall. I have used it and agree that a bidet makes using the toilet much more sanitary. That said, I may purchase one of these because the idea of having the bidet attached to the toilet is a huge improvement over having a separate basin.
I honestly think that these should be a standard option whenever a new home is built.
If some clever inventor were to add an exhaust fan to one of these and have that connected to the vent that already exists in every bathroom in America, the bathroom could be a much improved area in the home or office.
John I just found something else that might help. The lid is a sittable lid meaning you can sit on it even when lid is down. Most of bidets on market including my old Toto bidet do not have a sittable lid. This Swash 1000 has a limit of 300 lbs on the sittable lid. So as long as your client doesn’t sit on when lid is down again it should be okay. One other thing I noticed that Brondell is located in PST zone, so they may not be open this AM.
There is an air filter that helps to alleviate stanky air. But a fan that is vented outside would be a better option.
I keep my tools in my garage and my garden outside. I’m not sure where I should install this “Tools and Garden” item.
Thanks Dan for taking the time to respond…much appreciated. I do believe this can be an answer. I will call my Program Director and see if he can approve. Thanks again
You don’t have a garage bathroom? YOU’RE DOIN’ IT WRONG!
You should check out the manufacturer “Biobidet” that I believe advertises their product to have a “sit-able” lid and working with heavier weights.
fantastic! fully 8 hours before the first “stools and garden” post. wooters are getting more sophisticated.
I would say the bidet woot is among, if not THE, most life-changing purchases of my life. I will never live without one of these.
If you don’t have one of these, you’re doing hygiene wrong. We are the most tech-crazy nation on earth, yet we still have 1860’s hygiene habits.
I bought one of these last time and love it. (In fact, I am thinking of buying another.)
Get one. It’ll change your life, man. Nothing quite like sitting down and letting warm water clean your dirty bits, to be followed by a nice adjustable stream of air for drying. If you’re one of the millions of people whose back hurts, getting this bidet means you never have to twist on the toilet again.
I am very pleased with this bidet. Brondell got it right. Having bought both the Brondell Swash 1000 and a Bio Bidet USPA 6800 Here on Woot, I can say that the Swash is my clear favorite. It has a sittable lid (BioBidet dies not), simpler/more intuitive remote, better installation instructions, and a more effective dryer. The Swash 1000 was my first experience with a bidet; my future bidet purchases will be Brondell units for certain.