Having gotten my first bidet in the last sale (although, a self cleaning version), I’ll have to say, it’s worth trying out if you’re curious. The unfortunate side effect for me is the near refusal to use the bathroom outside of my beautiful bidet bathroom. I wonder if there’s some sort of travel bidet*…
*there is, but I’m not interested – it’s a little too squeeze bottle for me (in fact, most of them are basically squeeze bottles).
@Tin_Foil I had to get one of those after a surgery that left me unable to reach around enough to wipe till I recovered. They work very well, so I have no complaints, and a hell of a lot cheaper than one you install. I’ve not had cause to use one outside the house, but as long as you can get warm water from a sink, it’d work just fine. Just don’t forget to fill it beforehand.
I don’t understand why to get one. You already get rim tightening with back splash why would you want to do it all over again regardless of adjusting the pressure it’s still cold water. I’ll stick with my name brand adult wipes which stay relatively warm in the tub. And don’t tell me you don’t look at it to see if your clean. Or that you don’t look at what you just deposited. Kinda like blowing your nose - you know you look.
If you’re thinking about buying but unsure because the water is unheated …
Your butt doesn’t fear room temperature water, which is what this thing is going to spritz out for the first 20 or so seconds unless your pipes are in uninsulated walls and you live in Minnesota and it’s December.
@mike808 I found the revert easier than the installation, actually. Both are pretty simple, though, assuming it works the first time (I had to revert mine after a leak prevented my finished installation, but some cheap plumbers tape fixed that).
Got the last offer and they’re great! Never thought I’d like them this much. I live in the north and the water temp doesn’t bother me at all, even if u flush before using. In fact it’s soothing. So glad to be out of the dark ages. Great piece of meh crap!
We have this model in one of our bathrooms and a Luxe Bidet in another. This one tends to splash water all over the back of the toilet seat and lid. It is a less focused spray and creates a bit of a water mess. The Luxe Bidet does not do that.
Another benefit is the laughter when visiting adults and children say “what’s this” and turn it on, thus spraying themselves in the face. Priceless!
I don’t know about you, but every time this red blooded American looks at this bidet he sees nothin but the encroachment of communist hippy Europeans. Now you may not bleed red white and blue over lady liberty, but I can guaran-damn-tee you that she doesn’t has a wet-jet squirtin up her hoo-ha after she cuts a fresh log. All I’m sayin is that when the red comrade comes a knockin on your door, he’ll be checking to make sure you have a squeaky clean bung hole and I sure as hell won’t have one. When those bleachpolice check my rosebud, all they’ll get is hell’s foul wind emanating from my proudly messy stink tube.
Bought one last time around. I now have the cleanest butthole on my block.
My question for other bidet users, is how do you deal with all of the water dripping off of your dangly parts afterwards? Using toilet paper seems counter-intuitive. Do you have an assnballs towel? Would appreciate some advice from other bidet users. Dirtybutts need not reply.
@NombreDeUsuario I got 2 tracking numbers, but I ordered 2 from a different sale where they weren’t packaged as a two-fer-Tuesday deal. They may have used a bigger shipping box for this sale… You might want to contact support. https://meh.com/support