Swash 1000 Bidet Toilet Seat - Your Choice
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Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Tuesday, Jan 10 to Wednesday, Jan 11) + transit
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Before anyone asks, “Why is this in Tools & Garden?” - the answer is…nobody knows.
Yeah, why is this in tool and garden?
Uhh…I’m assuming it’s for both men===D~~(tool) and woman(¥)(garden).
every damn time.
Interestingly, if I browse to http://oldphonesbidetsandbucketsoffood.com, I end up here at Woot… and to think I used to look forward to the deal(s) of the day… :-/
If you don’t own a bidet, you should be thankful for this deal of the day.
Is this Bluetooth compatible?
Is this Amazon Echo compatible? Does it have a smartphone app? Can I connect this to my Wink Hub?
I just got back from 10 days in Paris and London…and by far the low point of that trip was not having access to a bidet.
going back to TP feels like going back to the 1800’s.
The list price seems inflated - it is $599 from what I can see?
Also on sale at CostCo (edit: just logged in there - for $499 there)?
Has anyone compared this with the higher end BioBidets?
I own this seat and a BioBidet. slighly improved power on the biobidet.
Much quieter operation, and faster, on the Swash.
What is your recommendation for a first?
We have 3 bathrooms we consider fitting…
one elongated - no GFCI near yet.
elongated - one french curved tank
and one tankless round (just uses the relatively high water pressure - i think they call that flushometer)…
probably should call Brondell about the tankless round and the elongated french curved one.
Either is a fine choice, I would call about round and french curved…my belief is that neither the french curve or any round have standard dimensions beyond the seat bolt holes… the free space available behind the bolt holes is critical.
the bidet seat I have in “my” (the guest) bathroom is the Swash and that’s my go-to toilet, chair height. it’s very quiet and has a full feature set.
The GFI receptacles cost me about $100per to have installed, installing the seats themselves then takes about ten minutes.
I also don’t know how you’d tie into a tankless, I assume that’s plumbed directly into a lever style fixture?
Likely needs an adapter:
The bidets all come with an adapter like this. I think for a tankless there would be some serious plumbing required.