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LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite) Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Self-cleaning Dual Nozzle and Easy Water Pressure Adjustment for Sanitary and Feminine Wash (White and White)

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  • GENTLER, FORWARD FACING SECOND NOZZLE, GREAT FOR FEMININE USE - Dual nozzles for rear and frontal wash. The feminine nozzle keeps you clean during monthly cycles and comes in handy for new or expecting mothers.
  • HYGIENIC NOZZLE GUARD GATE Shields the nozzle for your ultimate sanitary experience. The nozzle automatically retracts behind the guard gate after each wash to ensure it is protected until your next use.
  • A LUXURIOUS LOOK AT AN EXCELLENT PRICE- With a sleek design and high-quality parts, our bidet attachment will give your bathroom a next-level look. Constructed with high-pressure valves with metal/ceramic cores and steel hoses instead of plastic.
  • HAVE FUN DOING IT YOURSELF - Includes ALL PARTS AND TOOLS ( Teflon Tape for a snug and secure installation, Owners Manual /Installation Guide, Registration Card & User Guide) to get your bidet up and running in minutes. Easily attaches to and detaches from any standard two-piece toilet.
  • NO KIDDING 18-MONTH WARRANTY We are always here to make sure you are 100% satisfied, so anytime you have problems or concerns about the products, we are just one call away. Register your bidet online and get an extended warranty."

Brand: ‎LUXE Bidet

Mounting Type: ‎Wall Mount

Finish Type: ‎Polished

Material: ‎Plastic

Color: ‎White

Number of Handles: ‎2

Included Components: ‎1

Handle Type: ‎Knob

Style: ‎Toilet Attachment

Installation Method: ‎Single Hole

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎13.5 x 7 x 3 inches

Model Name: ‎185

Handle Material: ‎Ceramic

Item Weight: ‎2.05 Pounds

Warranty Type: ‎Limited

Manufacturer: ‎LUXE Bidet

Part Number: ‎Neo 185 white

Item Weight: ‎2.05 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎13.5 x 7 x 3 inches

Country of Origin: ‎China

Item model number: ‎BidetNeo185sww

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Finish: ‎Polished

Item Package Quantity: ‎1

Batteries Included?: ‎No

Batteries Required?: ‎No

Warranty Description: ‎18 month warranty for bidet and its accessories

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

Date First Available: October 31, 2014

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  • Just installed, and I really like this product.
Color: White
After installing the bidet in a secondary bathroom and using it for the first time, I immediately ordered another one for the master bathroom. I anticipate that a month's supply of toilet paper will turn into a year's supply - probably even longer. Retractable spray-nozzles aimed at just the right place, front or rear selectable nozzles, with a self-cleaning option on the spray-select dial. Installation was relatively easy - but then, I've replaced the mechanisms in toilet bowls several times, so working with that kind of equipment is not unknown territory for me. A couple suggestions: See if the water line from the water supply faucet to the toilet tank is flexible. If it's not, you will need to replace it with a flexible line. (Note: I had to replace my water line, a stiff metal pipe of about 8 inches length. I replaced it with a 20 inch flexible pipe, because shorter flexible pipes weren't quite flexible enough - a 12 inch pipe could not be made to bend to fit the space without putting a lot of pressure of the supply line coming out of the wall, and I didn't want to cause a leak inside my wall. The 16 inch was almost flexible enough, but not quite. With the 20 inch, I could loop the pipe around and up, and gain a lot of adjustment room.) Make sure you have a large screwdriver or some other tool which will enable you to loosen the bolts holding the toilet seat to the toilet, as you will need to remove the seat and the bolts in order to install the bidet attachment. Next, make sure you have the wrench(es) and a set of pliers that fit any nuts on the water supply to the toilet, as you will need to at least remove the supply line connector at the toilet tank. The bidet attachment kit comes with two plastic wrenches. Neither one fit any of the nuts on my toilet. This connector is usually held in place by a plastic nut with flanges so it can be tightened by hand. Loosening it by hand may be a lot more of a problem, hence the need for some tool (like big pliers) which can break the seal on the connector nut and get it started. Once that seal is broken, you should be able to screw the nut back on with your hands, giving it one last 1/4 turn with you pliers. Use the white Teflon tape that comes with the bidet to help seal the water connections. Just one turn around the threads of the connections is enough. Teflon tape is worse than plastic wrap for getting bound up in itself. I keep some on hand for various projects. It's easy to get an any hardware store. Look up a video on it on YouTube if your not sure how to do it. It's not hard to do, but if you're like me, you end up wasting a lot, because it gets bound to itself in a tight little rope that's hard to un-bind. As an add-on, Luxe sells a T-Valve connect which has a shut-off for the Bidet water supply. The T-valve that comes with the kit works find, it just doesn't have a shut-off. It's possible that such shut-offs can be purchased at hardware stores or Lowes or Home Depot, but I don't know. It's just one more convenience - if for some reason the bidet attachment start leaking, you have to shut off the water supply to the toilet as well. The T-Valve shut-off should enable the water supply to the toilet to continue unimpeded. When installing, have a small bucket or a towel handy, as there will be a small amount of water that escapes when removing the water supply to the toilet. In that regard, remember to always turn off the water to the toilet at the supply faucet and then to flush the toilet before doing any work on it. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2022 by Jeffrey

  • Every toilet should have one
Color: Blue
I love so much about these. Every toilet in our house has one. For example, I used to get 4-5 yeast infections every year and now I haven’t had one in over a year since installing these. It helps you get so clean and use less toilet paper, although you do need to use a bit of toilet paper to dry off. Installation is pretty easy and takes about ten minutes once you’re all set up. We have found that before installation it’s best to buy an extra braided wire connector to replace our house’s connector tube from the wall to the toilet bowl. This shouldn’t be necessary, but our house used plastic-topped connectors that got so stripped by the metal connection that we can’t reinstall the cheap plastic tube once we have temporarily unscrewed it to install this bidet. Besides needing an extra connector tube to replace our cheap ones, all the parts you’ll need are included in this kit - you just need a wrench and a bowl to collect water drips. Great product and easy installation. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2022 by rara ann

  • Very Useful!
Color: Blue
The media could not be loaded. The lengthy part of this review is about installation, this paragraph is the actual review for the Neo185, in a rental apartment. This thing is great! I don't have any complaints, but I do have some hilarious tips for anyone who has never taken apart a toilet before. I wanted to give this a try out of curiosity and knowing about the benefits. Personally, the water still remains cold even after sitting in the hose. Yes, the double features mean you have to learn how to adjust your body so it hits correctly. It doesn't need the amount of settings it has, the lowest one alone is very powerful. Getting used to patting dry takes some time. This does not fully eliminate the need for toilet paper, but it does greatly reduce the amount used. I'm debating getting the "butt towels" to cut down even more. Also, just get the seat bumpers. You won't regret it, and even if you do you're only out like $8-$15. It's worth it to not be worried about accidentally breaking your toilet seat and having to pay for replacing it. They have plenty more uses if you don't need them for the toilet. Installation instructions/tips below (along with my silly fopa lol): If you want to register it and extend your warranty, do it BEFORE installing. Firstly, clean your toilet and surrounding area before starting. If you rent an apartment, it's more than likely you haven't considered the toilet seat bolts before and they will probably be gross. Do this before beginning or before removing anything. This, I did. I'm very thankful for that because being that close to the toilet isn't exactly enthralling (especially if you make lots of little mistakes and need to get real upclose). Secondly, gather all of your supplies and whatnot and place them near you before starting. This, I did not do, resulting in getting up a million times and making this much more exhausting and time consuming than it should have been. Steps: Turn off your toilets water supply, drain the tank. Check the tank is drained. Place a towel underneath, on the floor. Disconnect your water supply line, and allow it to drip for a little while (I didn't wait and got much more water on myself than necessary). If you don't have good plumbers (teflon) tape, be a perfectionist and align the included very carefully, wrap 2-3 times only. It sucks, but it'll work if you're patient. I don't know what the purpose of the included wrenches are, honestly. All bolts have a wing nut attached that you can use to tighten, so the wrenches weren't needed. Get your T adapter and the water supply hoses all hooked up, THEN remove your toilet seat cover. Now, I'd never had the pleasure of removing a toilet seat cover before. So, for those of you in the same boat, this section is for you. I find these mistakes hilarious, but it was a great way to learn. First of all, rental apartment toilet seats have bolt covers and if you didn't know this, they're probably still gross even after cleaning (especially inside, yuck) and might be difficult to pry open. Secondly, the bolts holding your toilet seat in place go THROUGH the back of the toilet bowl. I'm still laughing at how much time I wasted trying to simply unscrew them, I guess I thought they screwed into the bowl itself? I thought they had stripped and got stuck, was trying to figure that out, and discovered the truth. These screws have nuts on the underside of your toilet bowl (see image), imagine that! I did require an adjustable wrench to get those loose, and they did need a nice soak in some cleaner because they were real gross. Now, I know an additional area of the toilet to clean, which I had never considered, and maybe you do too! Final steps: Cross your toilet seat like a T on the end of the bowl, balanced. Place the attachment down, add the round things, rotate your toilet seat back around and use it to weigh down the attachment (gently!), then adjust as necessary so you're able to get your screws back in place. Put the nuts back, tighten enough to hold in place but resist the urge to tighten further. You will crack the plastic, I narrowly avoided this and I'm grateful I did. Connect the hose to the bidet. Gently tighten. Turn water back on. Keep the toilet seat closed and test out the bidet. You will hear it hit the seat if it's done correctly. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2022 by lanie m.

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