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Hibbent Bidet Toilet Seat,Bidet Toilet Attachment,Elongated Toilet Seat with Separated Self Clean Knob,Bidet Parts,Non-Electric Dual Nozzles,Bidet Sprayer,ON/OFF Metal T Adapter Included (SC206)

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Style: Elongated Bidet Seat 206


  • Dual Nozzles DesignThe bidet attachment for toilet has self-cleaning function, after each use they will be rinse thoroughly and retract the nozzle protection door for extra protection and easy maintenance, bidet parts will give you the best sanitary cleaning.
  • Quitet-CloseBidet toilet seat cover closes slowly and quietly without loud slamming,cracked toilets and pinched fingers. The elongated toilet seat closes slowly and silently by itself.
  • Rear & Feminine Spray This bidet toilet seat has dual nozzles for both rear and feminine clean.You can enjoy a great experience that blends comfort and easy of use. You can also adjust the fresh water to your preferred settings to enjoy the maximum comfort instead of using a coarse toilet paper again.
  • No Electricity or PlumbingEasy installation with no special tools required, detailed instructions Included. Hibbent bidet sprayer attachment also includes ON/OFF metal T adapter.
  • Fits All Elongated ToiletsAll fittings match U.S/Canada standard plumbing sizes.Check the toilet seat fitting size as the picture before ordering.

Manufacturer: ‎Hibbent

Part Number: ‎SC206

Item Weight: ‎6.39 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎14.37 x 3.54 x 19.49 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color: ‎White

Style: ‎Elongated Bidet Seat 206

Material: ‎Metal

Batteries Included?: ‎No

Batteries Required?: ‎No

Date First Available: January 1, 2017

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  • Great!
This bidet seat is pretty great- it has a no slam lid, self cleaning, looks very nice. My only complaint is the from of the seat that you sit on. It is just sooooo thin.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 3, 2022 by James Andrew

  • Really nice full seat bidet for a good price.
The $35 under-the-seat mounting style bidet I have been using for a few years started getting leaky and covered in water deposits so I went hunting for a new one. This full seat style appealed to me because the under-the-existing-seat attachment styles can be really hard to keep clean around the mounting bracket. My tank to bowl-front dimensions barely cut it for this one so I was worried it's seat lid would hit the toilet tank lid and all that but it worked out fine. I was mentally preparing to buy a new toilet for the bidet if necessary because I am NOT LIVING WITHOUT A BIDET! The seat was easy to mount, you take your old seat off and shove these drywall anchor style plastic things into the mounting holes for the seat to bolt down onto with philips head bolts, which I liked better than having to struggle with the typical under the toilet nut style mounting. The plastic anchor thing didn't hold great on one side and was coming up as I was screwing the bolt in but I backed the bolt most of the way and beat it back down further and it held better this time and good enough so the seat can't move around too much. They do include plastic nuts for the bolts if the plastic anchors don't work out for you. The seat slides on to the plate you just mounted and should click in place and release if you push a button on the side of the seat next to the self cleaning valve. All that worked out fine for me. Next is hooking up the water lines and the included metal T-adapter. Again I was worried do to a previous review talking about none of this working out with American fittings, and I thought that was going to be the case for me as well at first because the instructions seem to show you mounting the T-adapter directly to the water shutoff valve coming out of the wall which doesn't work out because the shutoff valve's outlets here are much smaller. The T-adapter is meant to be mounted directly to your toilet. Shut your water valve, flush to empty most of the water from your toilet tank to avoid leakage while you're messing with it, unscrew the waterline from the toilet then screw the T-adapter to the toilet making sure it's rubber washer is sitting flat in the nut, then screw your waterline to the bottom of that. The bidet waterline connects to the side of the T-adapter then to the bidet, it's lever can control pressure to the bidet and shut it's water supply off completely without affecting the toilet. Hand tighten everything and give a VERY slight wrench turn to metal fittings if any are leaking slightly, if they are leaking a lot take them off and make sure they are screwed in properly and any rubber washers are in good condition and seated flat and try again. Avoid using anything but your hand if possible especially on anything plastic like your toilet connection or the bidet's waterline connection. Most plumbing connections aren't meant to be wrench tightened like you're putting a car engine back together. There is a pressure regulator shoved into the bidet's water supply connection (where you screw it's water supply in) which they tell you to pull out if you're not getting enough pressure. I tried it with the regulator in but it was too weak, a bidet should have enough water pressure to give you a pretty good hosing and pop it's water nozzles out properly. If you are getting a weak stream instead of a proper blasting you can can pull the regulator out with a pair of needle nose pliers or whatever, it doesn't unscrew or anything it just pulls out. You can limit pressure with the T-adapter anyway. Once I took the regulator out I was thrilled with it's performance. It looks really good, the seat is a little weird because it's setup for bidet action unlike your average toilet seat, which is a good thing so you don't get rouge splashing leaving the bowl. It doesn't feel as solid as your average thick and heavy toilet seat but it feels very structurally sound and you just give the seat and or lid a little push and they close gently. I am very happy with it so far and love that it's set up really well for keeping it clean, for a very thorough cleaning you can just shut the T-adapter valve, unscrew the water line from the bidet and push the button on the side to slide the whole thing right off. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 21, 2017 by manfellow

  • Works great - but save the mounting hardware from your old seat
Works great, but the mounting bolts that they provided didn't work, and I had to use the ones from the old toilet seat, along with some washers, to mount it. Once installed, it provides great, high-pressure cleaning. There is a filter for the incoming water, but it does not appear that the filter is removable, so it may be problematic to clean after months of buildup of crud on the filter. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 11, 2022 by S. Kayton

  • A new segment of aftermarket bidets
Style: Elongated Bidet Seat 206
There's a lot of new non-powered seat bidets on the market and they all look very similar to each other. I picked this one, so while I am reviewing this specific one, I think some of these will apply for other models as well. First off, take your time in measuring. The top lid closes over the bottom of the seat and I found that the template was perfect. But I mention this because installing and removing the seat from the bolted bracket isn't as smooth as I expected, so repeated readjusting will be difficult. Another aspect to installation is that there was a lot of included hardware. While I did get the metal splitter as advertised, I also got a plastic one. The metal one feels pretty heavy duty and looks pretty good so I used it, but now I add a plastic something to clutter my plumbing toolbox that I arguably would never need. I guess it would have been more trouble to remove it from the "real manufacturer packaging" than not, but I don't like throwing stuff away that didn't have to be made in the first place. Speaking of which, the metal adapter looks much different than pictured. Still has a shutoff lever, but instead of a "T" it looks more like a short "h". I don't know if this orientation is the cause of some negative aspects I'll mention later, but I hope not because it's very functional and keeps my install tidy. One interesting note is the closed position of the lever is parallel to the water flow, which is somewhat unusual. That was a somewhat nasty surprise during the install. Another surprise is that it included an inline water filter. It doesn't seem listed in the description. I'm not planning to drink from this, and my tap water source is certainly clean enough, but I installed it anyway since it was easy and I figured they advised it's use. It's only rated for 4-6 months, though, so I'll probably remove it completely instead of reordering another when the time is up. I don't have much of a choice in the matter: neither the website on the label nor Amazon have replacements listed. I guess I could hunt down an inline adapter with the same threading but, again, I'm not particularly worried about the incoming water quality. As far as the function goes, I have to say it was little disappointing. I'm coming from a Luxe model of bidet which I uninstalled because it wound up breaking my toilet seat after all, so if I was going to buy a replacement seat, I might as well get one with the bidet built in. Anyway, compared to the Luxe, this model has much worse water pressure. It gets things wet, sure, but it doesn't feel like cleaning pressure. So I don't know if it's from the "h" adapter restricting flow (even when fully open), or if the inline filter is dropping pressure, but this is kind of a big deal for me. Particularly because the core of the bidet and design of the seat has a much smaller "business hole" than a conventional toilet seat, it's a little harder to get back there for a helping wipe in addition to the water jet. To add to the disappointment, the seat is "creaky". Sitting on the seat is noisy with the sound of plastic crackle and tension. It is not cracking, mind you, because I've reinspected and everything looks fine, but you can hear it straining and, frankly, it's a little disturbing. It's like it's made from the wrong type of plastic. Overall I think it's left me with a bit of a choice between my previous Luxe which cleans well but will eventually break my seat, and this Hibbent which doesn't clean as well but also includes an attractive soft-close lid. Overall I think I'm going to keep this, but this evaluation would be quite different if I didn't need a toilet seat. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 20, 2018 by Manx

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