Bio Bidet Bliss BB2000 Elongated White Smart Toilet Seat, Premier Class, Unlimited Warm Water, Vortex Wash, Bidet Seat w /Remote Control

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Size: Elongated


Features

  • WATER DOES IT BETTER - Choose from a variety of comfortable and effective bidet wash settings. Customize the water temperature, pressure, and nozzle position. Featuring HydroFlush technology and the exlcusive vortex wash.
  • ULTIMATE BATHROOM UPGRADE - Sit down to a comfortable heated bidet toilet seat with adjustable temperature controls. The intelligent body sensor automatically detects when a user is seated to ensure a proper cleansing experience.
  • DESIGNED FOR EVERY BODY - Reduce the need for toilet paper with the built-in warm air dryer and keep your bathroom fresh with the automatic deodorizer.
  • WASH YOUR WAY - Easily activate functions and adjust settings via the wireless remote. Maintain a peaceful bathroom with a whisper close bidet seat featuring a soothing blue night light.
  • INDUSTRY LEADING STANDARDS - Bio Bidet by Bemis is proud to offer innovative products that are easy to install and built to last. Our highly rated customer service team can assist with any inquiries.

Description

Treat yourself to the ultimate bathroom upgrade with the Bio Bidet by Bemis Bliss BB-2000 bidet toilet seat. Sit down to a comfortable heated bidet toilet seat with adjustable temperature controls. The intelligent body sensor automatically detects when a user is seated to ensure a proper cleansing experience. Reduce the need for toilet paper with the built-in warm air dryer and keep your bathroom fresh with the automatic deodorizer. Easily activate functions and adjust settings via the wireless remote. Maintain a peaceful bathroom with a whisper close bidet seat featuring a soothing blue night light. Bio Bidet by Bemis is proud to offer innovative products that are easy to install and built to last. Our highly rated customer service team can assist with any inquiries. From the Manufacturer The highly anticipated premier bidet class unveils a groundbreaking new breed of cleansing technology. Experience the distinction between the limitations of the past and the technological freedom of the Premier Bidet Class with a vast selection of cleaning methods and witness the latest level of unprecedented cleanliness with the exclusive inside-out nozzle cleaning technology. Know no boundaries in reaching your highest level of personal hygiene with a Bliss series bidet.


Manufacturer: ‎Bio Bidet


Part Number: ‎BB-2000


Item Weight: ‎15.57 pounds


Country of Origin: ‎China


Item model number: ‎BB-2000


Batteries: ‎2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No


Size: ‎Elongated


Color: ‎White


Style: ‎Bidet Seat w /Remote Control


Material: ‎ABS, Stainless Steel Nozzle


Pattern: ‎Bidet


Shape: ‎Oval


Voltage: ‎120 Volts


Wattage: ‎1400 watts


Amperage Capacity: ‎15 Amps


Item Package Quantity: ‎1


Water Consumption: ‎1 Gallons per Minute


Maximum Weight Capacity: ‎400 Pounds


Included Components: ‎X


Batteries Included?: ‎Yes


Batteries Required?: ‎Yes


Battery Cell Type: ‎Alkaline


Description Pile: ‎AA


Warranty Description: ‎3 year warranty


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


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Date First Available: February 4, 2011


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  • Buying a cheap bidet toilet seat is like buying a cheap parachute or a bargain cardiac pacemaker
First, let me say, you know you have really made it in this world, if you can afford a $700 toilet seat - just saying... As you know, they make dedicated bidets. In our little bathroom, that was not an option. I looked at a lot of bidet toilet seats. Buying a cheap bidet toilet seat is like buying a cheap parachute or a bargain cardiac pacemaker. You probably aren't going to be happy with it. So, after you get over the sticker shock of a high end bidet toilet seat, and buy it; you still have to install it. First, you have to remove your old toilet seat. This typically is an easy job. My old toilet seat wanted to make a crusade out of staying on. The seat bolts had rusted and you just about have to stand on your head to see what you are doing... but I eventually won and without breaking the toilet. When you look at the video or instructions, apparently we have the only house that doesn't have an electrical outlet right next to toilet near where the water supply line is located. Rather than add another $300 to this boondoggle project (wife driven) I figured I could run an extension cord from the electrical outlet near the sink and mirror, thread it behind the vanity, and sneak the plugs behind same, as so to avoid the employment of an electrician. Alright... I should have bought a nice pretty white extension cord, a fact which is not lost on my wife (patiently waiting for the right moment to drop that bombshell). The directions are pretty straightforward and there are installation videos available on YouTube. You will need to shut the water off at the cutoff, flush the toilet, disconnect a few hoses, add a few fittings, reconnect the hoses, turn on the water, check for leaks, and then plug it in. An adjustable wrench or two is all you will need. If it weren't for my old toilet seat, fighting for its dear life, this would have been fairly easy. This is the Cadillac of bidet toilet seats. The water that is squirted up at your ..... is warm. As I write this review, it is 15 degrees in Fairfax, VA. The water coming into our house from the outside is probably about 40 degrees. Having freezing cold water shoot up your kazoo is not the way I want to wake up in the morning. The water warmer is a good thing. The seat itself is heated and stays nice and toasty. There is a sensor in the seat to know if you are actually sitting down, so you can't accidentally spray water everywhere in your bathroom. This is a good feature. My wife, the Princess, will never read an instruction manual. Me, I read them twice, once before installation and again during initial operation. Not my Queen of the Nile. She will seat on the can and push every button on the remote that comes with this thing until she figures it out - by trial and error. That is her way; tactile and hands on. Now, our only remaining challenge, is where to mount the remote control holder / bracket. Her Highness is left-handed, and I am right-handed, so this is a decision that may never be made. Is thing thing worth $700? That all depends on the value you place on domestic tranquility. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2016 by Alex C. Cullison Alex C. Cullison

  • Review of Alpha JX, Biobidet BB-2000 and Brondell E600
So we got our first bidet seat for xmas 2018. It was a Brondell E600. Just to set the stage...I am 6'3" and weigh about 270lbs and my wife is 5'8" and weighs about 160lbs. We really liked everything about this bidet with one exception. It has a water tank with heater and the warm water would run out within about 15-20 seconds even though most everything I read said it would last 40-60 seconds. Now, it really only takes about 10-15 seconds of washing to get the job done BUT...I like to let it go a little longer just to make sure it's all nice and clean on the ole bottom so we would run out of warm water most of the time. Due to this, we decided to move that seat to our kid's bathroom and order another one for me and the wife. Wifey said that the Brondell E600 also didn't seem like it hit the right spot on her front wash and she had to wiggle around a bit to get that done but it wasn't a deal breaker for her because she liked everything else about it. We started shopping around again and decided on the Biobidet BB-2000. Biobidet BB-2000 - This seat has a lot of features but we felt like the quality of this seat was not as good as the Brondell. We also noticed that the seat did not stay very warm. It seemed like it was just about room temp all the time, after you sat down for about 30 seconds you could feel it start warming up. It almost seemed like it was in eco mode all the time no matter whether it was set to low or high. It did seem to have an endless supply of warm water no matter how long you let the wash cycle run. I ended up contacting someone at bidetking.com and asking about the seat warming and was told that they have one in their office and it's the same way. We decided the cost was too much to just settle so we returned it and have now ordered a Brondell swash 1200. Brondell Swash 1200 - waiting on delivery so can't say at this time but feel confident we will love it. Summary: After owning a Brondell, a Biobidet and a Alpha JX we have decided that of them all we liked the Brondell brand a lot more. It just seems like the quality is better. The seat is nice and toasty at all times even on the low and medium settings. On the Biobidet and the Alpha we noticed when you get up from the toilet the seat wants to lift up with you. That did not happen on the Brondell. Seems like that is due to the heavy dutyness (don't think that's a real word) of the seat of the Brondell. The lid of the Biobidet seemed very flimsy and weak. The Alpha was better in that regard. The Alpha seemed to clean the worst of them all that we've tried. This is a significant investment (well worth it in our opinion) and you should be completely satisfied since you will be using it daily. We truly believe based on experience now that the amount of toilet paper we will save the seat will pay for itself in 2 yrs or less. Obviously, there is a fair amount of personal preference with an item like a bidet but for us, we think the Brondell brand is significantly better quality than all the others we tried. I can also say that I used to travel to Japan quite a bit and they almost solely use Toto brand there so I have tried them also and the Brondell brand seems everybit as good as a Toto and Brondell seems to have more features for less money than Toto. My wife said that both the Biobidet and the Alpha did a better job washing her front parts but I believe that's because they both have 2 separate wands (one for the rear and one for the front) which allows for better washing of a ladies parts than just having one wand for both like the Brondell E600 we had first. The new Brondell swash 1200 we have ordered has 2 wands so we are expecting it to wash her front lady parts as well as the Biobidet and Alpha. No matter which one you choose, if you have never had a bidet seat, I think you'll find it's a game changer and you'll wonder how you have gone so long and never owned one. We will never be without one again. It works so much easier and better than toilet paper and/or wipes. Is better for your sewer or septic system and the environment. The Brondell washed so well that even after the wash you can wipe with toilet paper and find the paper will be completely clean! Other than using the single piece of toilet paper to dry off with, you wouldn't need to wipe at all. That reminds me, the dryer function on them all is pretty much worthless so don't let that be a deciding factor in your evaluation of any of them. Oh, and my wife really likes the blue nightlight function on the Brondell too. Hope this helps anyone who is shopping to help you make a decision and get the most bang for your buck. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2019 by Anthony W. Morris

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