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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

Style: Wireless Remote


  • WATER DOES IT BETTER Choose from a variety of settings including rear wash, front wash and vortex wash for the perfect cleansing, freshwater spray to fit your needs
  • ULTIMATE BATHROOM UPGRADE - Sit down to a comfortable heated seat with built-in night light, whisper close lid and adjustable temperature controls
  • 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
  • UNLIMITED WARM WATER - Adjust water pressure, water temperature and nozzle positions to deliver cold water, warm water or hot water where you need it with the easy-to-use wireless remote
  • EASY INSTALLATION Upgrade your bathroom in minutes with a home bidet, no plumber required; comes with all necessary instructions and connectors for an easy install

Color: White

Brand: Bio Bidet

Material: ABS, Stainless Steel Nozzle

Style: Wireless Remote

Shape: Oval

Product Dimensions: 18.1"L x 15.6"W

Operation Mode: Automatic

Color: ‎White

Brand: ‎Bio Bidet

Material: ‎ABS, Stainless Steel Nozzle

Style: ‎Wireless Remote

Shape: ‎Oval

Product Dimensions: ‎18.1"L x 15.6"W

Operation Mode: ‎Automatic

Manufacturer: ‎Bio Bidet

Part Number: ‎BB-2000

Item Weight: ‎15.42 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎18.1 x 15.6 x 0.99 inches

Country of Origin: ‎China

Item model number: ‎BB2000

Batteries: ‎2 AA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Size: ‎Elongated

Pattern: ‎Elongated

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: ‎Bidet Seat, wireless remote, mounting hardware, connecting components & instructions

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.

Date First Available: February 4, 2011

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  • The Good and Bad - a Preliminary Review...
Size: Elongated Style: Wireless Remote
Disclaimers - I have had this less than a week and this is a "first impressions" review that will be updated over time if it needs to be. Also, there may be some slightly icky medical descriptions in here, so make note of that. It's a longer review and I'll do a pro and con format. My initial situation - I'm a larger guy who had "roids" in the rear and HAD to have an operation to fix the issues. So yes... painful before, and stiches in the rear (ouch and OUCH), and I'm still in recover from that. TP is an absolute NO in that situation, and while wet wipes are slightly better, you still go through a ton of them to properly clean yourself in this scenario. Tried a travel bidet bottle, but they are awkward to hold, squeeze, aim and use at the same time, so I splurged and bought the Bio Bidet 2000. Observations so far: The PROS: 1) Flat-out, they clean you VERY well compared to the above mentioned alternatives. It heats water on demand (not via a storage tank), and has a heated seat if you need it. The water rod extends out of it and can be moved up and down (length wise) by a few inches to hit varied areas back there, or you can have it move up and down on it's own. There are five levels of water power spray (I am not making it passed 2 yet - it CAN be powerful) and there's an "enema" spray that's a more narrow spray of water and stronger. Lots of spray options. 2) Remote control is large and has every option on it. You can adjust spray strength, rod extension, auto or full manual controls, adjust water temp from cold to very warm, dryer heat, seat heat, and more. There's a very basic control panel on the side of the seat that will let you do the basic "male, female, stop" controls should something happen to the remote. 3) This particular model is rated to hold up to 400lbs. If you are a heavier/larger person it's one of the ONLY models that goes up that high weight rated wise. And yes, you pay for that out of the wallet. I had a plumber install it since I can't get down due to the surgery to do it, but it took the pro about 30 minutes to do it right. 4) Comes with a 3 year warranty standard - you can (at the time of this writing) extend it to 6 years for $99 from the mfg. The CONS: 1) The seat is rated to 400lbs, but feels like a cheaper plastic seat you can get anywhere. The mfg assured me they ARE rated that high, but a tip - she said the plastic used CAN degrade over time if you use the seat heater function a lot, as the heat can degrade the plastic. So... use the heat less, and there's less chance of this. I live in a warmer area, so heated seats are not necessary for me. 2) The oval seat I got is SMALLER than a typical oval seat size, opening wise. I guess it's because there are mechanical parts in the back of the seat that need room, but it's noticeably smaller opening wise than my old standard seat. Comfortable enough to sit on, but almost feels like a kid's seat to a larger person - more averaged sized people may not feel this way. 3) This uses (give or take) up to around 1500 watts of power if you have the water temp and seat temp cranked up along with the seat in-use. Make note of that if you have an older home with older circuit boxes. You can tone these settings down or use the "eco" mode to save power. If I crank it up, it literally makes my bathroom lights flicker when using it. The power cord is only around 3 feet, so if your outlet is on a wall and not next to the toilet, invest in a heavy-capacity extension cord for it. 4) You CANNOT sit on the lid - it's just frankly, cheap plastic. You can only sit on the seat. 5) The air dryer is in a spot where on ME, it literally just blows warm air on the side of my left rear cheek and does not um, "go exactly where it needs to go" - this is me, or I would think larger people in general. More averaged sized people may not have this issue. Summary: While there are some cons for me, ultimately it boils down to one thing - it's ability to clean you in that area, and in that regard, it's a HUGE pro. Recovering from surgery, and also having mild IBS type gnarly visits to the bathroom sometimes, this device really DOES clean a whole lot better than wiping, or using travel bottles. It's literally like a car wash for your rear end. It will help you in terms of cleanliness but also help your demeanor, because anyone who has to spend a lot of time wiping and cleaning after every single trip to the bathroom for whatever reason will tell you - it wears you down mentally too, as well as sometimes even making you sore physically. This should help a lot. Does it completely eliminated the need for TP or wipes 100%? No. You'll still need to dry yourself after, and maybe use 1-2 wipes etc. But it will cut those down considerably. These are certainly not cheap. And if you are not someone who is over 250lbs (the rating for most of these type toilets) you can probably get one of the other models rated for those sizes, because this again, has a rating of 400lbs, and you're paying a lot for that extra feature. Shop around but what it boils down to is, a good bidet toilet seat is going to (not exaggerating) change your life in terms of being clean "down there" compared to what you've probably been doing your whole life. Happy spraying. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2022 by Gregory H.

  • Worth EVERY penny!
Size: Elongated Style: Wireless Remote
I cant just give a stuffy review of this product because I am in love! I waited way too long to purchase my very first Bidet, which is bad and good. Bad only because I should have not waited so long and good because I waited long enough to allow for the quality and technology to catch up making the experience that much better. I knew that if I was going to take the plunge into this Bidet thing, I wanted the best and this is it! First the love story. Ok, so without being graphic there are those of us who need to use way too much T.P. to clean ourselves completely. And even after using way, way too much paper "we" still find that we cannot wear white underwear because we always find our underwear stained anyway! I can tell you that the Bio Bidet Bliss BB2000 is indeed "Bliss" because the cleaning experience is soooo satisfying and cleansing! Multi levels of warmth for the seat, multi levels of warmth of water for the spray, and the fact that you can change the water pressure and location of the spray just makes it a luxury experience. I chose the BB2000 after researching the high end Bidets and it was chosen for its boasting of spray power and its warranty along with the spray modes. The first time I used the BB2000 was a bit... errr... interesting and surprising, but in no time was I loving the feeling of the cleaning and just knowing how much better cleaning I was getting. After working my way through the instruction and playing with the remote for a few minutes, I had it mastered and wow, it was fantastic. I use just a few squares of paper now to dab myself dry and found I was clean as coming out of the shower! I was in love, it was worth every penny. I can now wear white underwear again! Ok, now for the boring parts that are important: First off, this Bidet was simple to install with minimal tools. Even if you are not handy with tools or installing things like this, there are tutorials on YouTube that can help. Just be careful when you tighten the PLASTIC threaded fittings. If you cross thread them you are in big trouble. THIS is my only complaint about this product that may or may not be justified. I wish the input water fitting to the Bidet was metal to metal but it's all plastic. It certainly does the job, no leaks, but just feels a little more fragile than what an all metal connection would offer. Be careful about over tightening plastic fittings. They need to be snug but if you crank them down you will crack or strip them in the worst case. Its important to have a dedicated GFCI circuit to plug the device into and it is recommended in the instructions as well. I am no electrician so I did hire one to install the outlet. You really want to protect this Bidet because ALL of the fuses are INTERNAL and you cannot reset anything if you blow and internal fuse. Your Bidet becomes just and expensive toilet seat if that happens. You want this model like this because it works primarily by remote with only a small function button on the side that is best just left as a night light, which is great too. The Bidets with the controls attached to the seat are certainly subject to being damaged if leaned on and just more surfaces to clean. There is a sensor in the seat so you cannot accidently activate the Bidet and make a mess. The BB2000 looks a little thicker at the back hinge side , but noting ugly. It has a quiet soft closing lid and is easy to clean. The spray nozzles are all parked internally when not in use and self clean before and after use. The rest of the Bidet is easy to clean as well. The remote, after you read the instructions and used it a little bit is easy to use. The only thing it lacks is not being back lit or illuminated in any way. I realize we don't normally do our business in the dark, but when I have a need late at night and dont want to turn the light on, I have to use the Bidet night light to see the buttons more clearly. The remote is a little bit large for some tastes, but I have no problem with it. It has a sticky back plate if you want to mount it. There is a higher pressure enema function too. Let me just say it is a bit stingy when you use it. Its a pretty fine stream that can be a bit uncomfortable. As for me, I guess I'm just too... something... because I cant seem to use it as it was intended, not quite able to get through. But, I do used it to power clean and its very effective! All the cleaning modes are on a timer too which is good I guess. I see that in the reviews a few may have had problems nearing the fourth year of use. There is always somebody who will have a bad experience and so far I am problem free, but this Bidet is so awesome, if it breaks one day after the warranty expires, I will gladly pay for a new one no matter what... yep, I am that much in love. I even wait to come home to do... yeah, that... because I have become such a toilet snob now that I joke with my friends that only heathens use paper to clean themselves! Its so good. If you read this far let me tell you the next thing to do is JUST BUY IT! Being free from using all that paper and knowing that when the next toilet paper crisis comes I will just giggle because this thing is awesome. It is a now brainer and worth the money for the quality. There are lots of cheaper Bidets out there, and I was tempted to save some money, but when you research build and quality this is the way to go. Sure, you can drive a Yugo and it will get the job done I guess, but this Cadillac will get you there in luxury, comfort, and in a way that will do the job better with gadgets that really make a difference! Just do it and enjoy! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2021 by Brian Bennington

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