Swash 1000 Bidet Toilet Seat - Your Choice

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Swash 1000 Bidet Toilet Seat - Your Choice
Price: $379.99
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Is this Mac compatible?

Main ass cleaner? That’s completely up to your personal preference. :wink:

How exactly does this fit in “Tools & Garden!”

Sigh. Every time. Each and every time.

Tools & Garden includes Home Improvement. Stuff you [semi]permanently affix to your home is home improvement.

Lookie at the FAQ. All the highlighted things are home improvement.

Think of us like a Home Depot. It’s a fancy toilet seat. Hardware stores carry toilet seats.

It’s a tool to keep your back forty well irrigated and tidy.

This is a good price on this model. I installed one of these for my mother-in-law recovering from back surgery. Easy to install, if you have a receptacle available for the heaters. Takes a little dialing in, but I actually like this as well and am happy to have installed it. This is more hygienic than paper. You use less paper which saves issues with plumbing and the like. Its modern toiletry , a step up from just using paper to wipe.

pretty good…five hours

Wait, you don’t have a bidet center piece in your garden?

certainly time for bidet.woot

Simply the most life-changing woot you’ll ever make.

If you’re even taking the time to read the comments, just go ahead and do it already. Can’t believe I lived so long without one! and I certainly won’t be without one again.

Came here to ask the same question!
Also, why so many of these go on sale here?

Yes, here’s a usage hint. Don’t put the Mac in the bowl it can hit the sprayers and break them. Also, make sure and unplug your Mac before laying it on top of the seat and pressing the spray buttons.

Can anyone compare this to the BioBidet models?

I bought both this model and the Bio Bidet USPA 6800 Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat here on Woot, and my preference is for the Swash 1000. Both units are good, but the Swash 1000 has a sittable lid, a simpler, more intuitive remote (to me, at least), tankless water heating, and better installation instructions. Also, this unit has a better dryer than the BioBidet unit. The Swash has a 2-minute wash cycle, which can be extended by pressing the wash button while it’s running. The BioBidet has a one-minute cycle, and (afaik), it cannot be extended. The Swash retains the user settings for the next use; the BioBidet resets after each use.

Since doing my own comparison, I have ordered two more of the Swash 1000 units.

I’m on the fence, I have bought both this unit and the BioBidet DIB.

Swash-Quieter, sittable lid, simple remote with long lasting batt’s. Quicker “deploying”.

Biobidet-more power, more adjustable.

I would say my only gripes about the Biobidet are the noise and the speed at which it switches from wash to dry. (it’s like it waits for the nozzle to retract before drying). The pump on the biobidet sounds like a turbo dentists drill…the brondell is silent, basically. The remote on the biobidet is much fussier, it takes 3-aaa batteries that seem to die routinely, or require removal/replacement to “reboot” (1x/mo maybe?).

Both units have adjustable heated seats, adjustable water temp, adjustable water pressure, rear and front wash(for the gals).

Either of them is a great purchase, and the day either of mine break I will purchase another. The worst days of a bidet owners life are when they’re s***** away from home.

(my big concern in my energy neutral solar home was power usage. The Brondell swash is tankless, the DIB is a hybrid…they both operate on pennies a day.)

Seriously, who has an outlet close enough to the toilet that hooking one of these things up doesn’t involve snaking an extension cord across a countertop or under a door?

seriously, who doesn’t know an electrician.

I’m not sure I want to be the guy who tells an electrician that I want to install an outlet next to my toilet so that a thousand-dollar toilet seat can spray warm water on my brown eye. That’s the kind of interaction that really, really should have you questioning your priorities and direction in life.