SmartBidet SB-1000 Electric Bidet Seat for Round Toilets with Remote Control- Electronic Heated Toilet Seat with Warm Air Dryer and Temperature Controlled Wash Functions (White) Made in Korea

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  • Multi-wash functions with self-cleaning nozzle & oscillation: for her front, her back, his back
  • Adjustable water pressure (5 levels), water temperature (3 levels) & nozzle positions (5 levels)
  • Heated seat (3 levels) with safety on/off skin sensor which activates bidet only when seated
  • Warm air dryer, adjustable to 5 levels, which eliminates the need for toilet paper
  • Energy saving mode, Soft closing lid and seat, Easy to install


SmartBidet with remote is easy to install and offers its users hygiene, comfort, and convenience. It is easy to use and friendly to the environment. SmartBidet also offers a stylish design and a multi-function control panel. Here are a few of SmartBidet's amazing features: Posterior wash, feminine wash, oscillating wash, warm air dryer, adjustable water pressure, hygienic filtered water, heated water, heated seat, safety on/off sensor, self-cleaning nozzle, quick release seat for easy cleaning, energy saving mode, soft close lid and seat.

Manufacturer: ‎SmartBidet

Part Number: ‎SB-1000WR

Item Weight: ‎9.97 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎23 x 20 x 10 inches

Item model number: ‎SB-1000WR

Batteries: ‎2 AAA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Size: ‎Round

Color: ‎SB-1000WR

Style: ‎SB-1000WR

Shape: ‎Round

Power Source: ‎Corded-Electric

Voltage: ‎120 Volts

Item Package Quantity: ‎1

Included Components: ‎Plumbing Fixtures, Toilet Seats and Bidet Seats, bidet-seats

Batteries Included?: ‎Yes

Batteries Required?: ‎No

Battery Cell Type: ‎Alkaline

Warranty Description: ‎1 year manufacturer

Date First Available: February 3, 2016

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  • It finally failed at 5 years. Great product until it stopped. *5.5-YEAR-UPDATE*
Style: SB-1000WE
Stop your endless searching and comparing. Let me start by saying that I've had my eye on a bidet seat for well over a few years. I started building a house and thought to save all luxury expenses until after the home was built, which is what happened. I've been in my house for nearly a month and this seat was my latest luxury appointment added to my dream home. I know this is a big investment for most of you so I'll break it down as much as possible. Since there is always some kind of compromise when retrofitting something like an existing toilet, let's start with the good, then I'll talk about the bad, if you can call it bad. I will also address this brand versus others. The Pros: It's simply human nature to follow in the footsteps of generations past. Most of us were raised knowing how to use a toilet and after simply wiping with a tissue. The more we wipe, the cleaner the tissue gets, but we all know it only really gets mostly clean. We accept that as good enough since it's simply how everyone does it. The pro part is that this product really works. I mean it REALLY cleans. When you lightly tab-dry your spot after cleaning, there is no trace of anything. Nothing. There is also this sense of satisfaction knowing that you're even cleaner than you used to be. That's also how I felt after moving from a regular toothbrush to a Sonicare years ago. Before I mention the Cons, I'll say that the Pros outweigh the cons by miles. The Cons: There is usually some compromise when you retrofit something. In this case, the seat is a fairly large statement sitting atop the toilet. It's wider and bulkier than a toilet seat and although you'd know that going in, once in place, I lost the beautiful lines of my expensive Toto toilet. Now, if I had to put a rating on the pro vs con, I would say 10 points to the pro and 3 for the con. Pro wins! So yes, I'm completely willing to give up the clean lines of my toilet for this utility I don't want to live without now. So let's now discuss features, price and how I ended up with this particular brand and model. If you're anything like me, you'll read a thousand reviews and compare and compare and compare till you feel you have your best answer. I did just that and thought for sure I was getting a Brondell swash 900 or 1000. It was a better value than Toto and the reviews were great. Only at the time I was ready to pull the trigger did I stumble on SmartBidet and starting comparing features. It came down to this: I didn't want to spend upwards of $500 for something that could fail in a few years, so I made a price limit for myself which was $300 and under. After reading a lot of reviews, I felt the features of this model were on par with others' which were more expensive and reviews seemed to back this product up. I'll admit, I've had this installed for about 48 hours, but I've run it through its paces and I would give up my Sonicare toothbrush before giving this up. Operation: This seat has more things than I actually wanted, but more is better than less. I didn't need a heated seat or even heated water. I live in Southern California, so only time will tell if I ever use either function. On those few cold weeks, we have here in LA, I might revisit these functions. I've tested them, and they work, but I don't feel the need to heat anything. I prefer this remote version to the versions with the controls on the side of the seat, mostly for aesthetics and cleanliness. Also, there is a dryer function that works well, but as another reviewer also stated, you're stirring around a lot of air particles that you might want to leave alone. I will say, though, it does dry pretty well. You'll still need a light tap with toilet tissue. The functions I feel are great are Nozzle Position and Oscillate. Only on my second use did I discover the water pressure + and - function and WOW. The top pressure might take graffiti off a block wall. Okay, not that strong but it made you chuckle right? Variable pressure is a great option for sure. ******* 5-YEAR UPDATE******* So, five years later it still performs like new. Also, I've only had to change the batteries in the remote once in all this time. Also, I have a tip if you're going to buy one: Click the Energy Saver button on the remote so the unit has (2) red LED lights on. One for power, the other for Energy Saver. It will stay in this mode, just verify now and then by looking for both LEDs to be lit up. The reason you want this is so the heating element for the water sprayer only goes on after you sit on the seat. Otherwise, it will be warming the seat 24/7 and since it uses conductive heating, that can cost you on the electric bill. Besides, it starts to warm the water once you sit and only takes about 60 seconds. You need that time to do your business anyway, usually. It might also warm the toilet seat, but let's get real. It's plastic. However cold your home might be, a plastic seat warms with your body in about 5 seconds or less anyway. ***********UPDATE********** Just after the 5-year mark, it started blowing outlet circuit breakers. I thought it was the outlet and changed it. The unit will always work initially, but when I return to the toilet, the breaker the GFI circuit it tripped. I'm now going to consider a new one. I'm not sure if I'll get the same version again or a different one. for 5 years, it worked great until it failed. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2016 by J. Alden J. Alden

  • If you are on the fence, just buy it, you won't be sorry.
Style: SB-1000WE
>UPDATE< Two and a half years later, moved to a new house (took the bidet with me) and still going strong. Still use it every time I go #2. Not a single issue, even after installing, uninstalling, moving, reinstalling. After the move, I really missed it for a couple of weeks while I was unpacking and didn't have time to reinstall it. Nothing like a squeeky clean pooper. >END UPDATE, START ORIGINAL REVIEW< I recently spent a week in Seoul, South Korea. My hotel room had a bidet. Being a born-and-bred American, and maybe a bit uncultured, I had always assumed that bidets were a thing for women, so even though it was there in my room I didn't use it for several days. I may not have even noticed it, but the "flush" button was on a panel with several other buttons, so I was forced to at least glance at it, if just to figure out how to flush. Eventually, with nothing else to read, I began to look at the other buttons on the bidet panel. Curiosity got the best of me, and I just had to know what happens when you push the button with the image of water spraying up towards what appeared to be a butt. Well, suffice it to say that the last half of my week in Korea I had the cleanest bum I have ever had. So I get home (to Texas) and immediately start looking for a bidet. I was happy to find this one, with pretty much all the features of the fancy one in my Korean hotel room. I ordered it. It came one day late (day 3 of a 2 day delivery), but I won't knock the product for the shipping issue. It was a bit harder to install than I had hoped, because I live in a house that, while very nice, was built in the 80s and has the same toilets and plumbing that was here when it was built. I had to replace the entire valve behind the toilet and getting the bolts out to remove the old seat ultimately required bolt cutters (which I happened to have handy), but I got it done. The "install" was much easier than the "uninstall" of the old stuff, so again, not really a product issue. I also had to install a power outlet. Luckily I am handy and there was a receptacle right on the other side of the shared wall, so it wasn't too hard. I got it hooked up and plugged in. No leaks, no fouls, no errors. Took me about 1.5 hours, and I'm pretty handy, but again, at least an hour or more of that was dealing with the existing stuff. Okay, so I had a friend over, and I was a bit embarrassed to try it out with him standing there, so I waited until he left. Once I had some privacy, I did the requisite startup procedures (see the instructions) which took about 3-4 minutes (including tank filling and water and seat heat-up time). It was all automatic with the push of a button on the remote. No need to get my hands wet or carry funnels or pitchers of water around or anything. Now for the moment of truth. I must say, there really is nothing to prepare you for that moment. I suggest you start with the normal "back" wash instead of the "turbo". I also suggest you set the water temp to low or medium for your first go. Okay, press the button... wait for it... wait for it... WHOA... Wow.... wait... oh... hmmm... uhhhh... well.... okay... yeah... nice.... yeah... I could get used to this. For the first day or so, I even sat down to pee, just so I could use the bidet. I NOW know that bidets are for women AND men. You have heard this in other reviews and I'll repeat it here. This is the civilized way to clean your bung-hole. I don't know how I could ever go back to the old wipe-and-check method. Maybe for camping or the pre-historic public bathrooms, but I see the bidet as an important part of hygiene just like brushing my teeth now. FYI: The first two or three times I used it, the water spattered a little bit onto my junk. That seems to have stopped once it got broken in a bit. Look, I consider myself to be a manly man, but not a Neanderthal. I no longer see any need to scrub my dookie-chute with a piece of paper, although you may want to do a little dab-drying before running the dryer, just to speed up the process. You can spare a square for that, but no need to get a softball sized wad and hope it goes down. You will use a LOT less TP. Maybe 90% less. Now, as for the "turbo" setting, you may want to keep your finger on the "stop" button the first time you try it. It is not for the delicate skinned. It is probably just short of powerful enough to peel an apple. I'm not sure if it is related to the water pressure in your home. All of the wash functions have adjustable water pressure, but just be warned. That said, if you are worried that it won't be powerful enough to git-er-done, rest assured that unless you are eating lead paint this thing will give it a spit-shine. The dryer works better than expected, but don't expect a leaf blower. Without a dabbing with the TP, you will be there for a while. The air is probably equal to a hair dryer on the lowest setting with medium heat, at best. That is not bad for a bidet, but don't expect what you would get from an air compressor at the tire shop. The oscillate feature works as expected. I wonder if it would cause excessive wear-and-tear on the motor, but so far it works exactly as you would expect. The sprayer arm simply jigs in and out about 1/4 inch each way. It does not turn from side to side, so make sure your stance is centered before you commit to sitting down. Still, if you are off by a little bit, it is pretty easy to squirm around and get it on target. The nozzle is also adjustable using the remote (again, only forward and back, not side to side), so your typical landing should work with a little tweaking. As for the remote, it worked for me no matter where I pointed it, including straight up, down, sideways, in the opposite direction of the detector, or whatever. Keep in mind that my toilet is in a separate small room just big enough for the toilet and the passenger with saloon-style doors, so your mileage may vary. I wound up mounting the remote holder just beside the toilet roll holder, which for me, works fine. I don't even need to take it out of the holder to use it. The seat and water heat up very quickly. It claims it takes about 3 minutes. I use it on medium heat, and it is fine after about 45 seconds, which means, at least for me, even if I turned it on just as I am sitting down the water would be ready long before I am. If you turn the heated seat on after you have already sat down, you will notice the heat within less than 10 seconds. Probably some body-heat assist there, not sure. The soft-close feature is good, but if it is up and you are in a hurry, it may increase the urgency while you wait for it to close so you can sit down. I personally never close the top lid, but it also has the soft close feature, so you never have to worry about the SLAM that you may get with typical toilet seats. One good thing about this setup is that my old toilet seat would not stay open unless I held it open (huge pain in the butt for men when standing) but this one does stay open on its own, so that was a bonus for me personally. I also bought a "glowbowl" type light, which fits fine under this seat. It is a nice accessory "add-on" I recommend when you are buying this on Amazon. Just search for "glowbowl". The SmartBidet manufacturer should consider adding this feature since you already have the electricity right there. I assume the addition of a motion sensor might have other benefits as well, especially for energy saver mode. Bottom line (no pun intended) this works at least as well as the fancy one in my hotel in Seoul, South Korea. If, as others have reported, it works for several years, this may be the best money I have ever spent... At least on a cost per-use basis. I am married, so my wife will probably use it more than me, and it is a sure thing that it will get used more than once per day at my house. That probably calculates out to less than .10 cents per use over its lifetime, more or less. The reduced cost of TP will probably counter the added electric and water bill, if I had to guess. Last point... If you are looking at other ones that cost twice as much as this one (I paid $249) I can say with confidence that this one works just as advertised, just as I expected, and just as well as the "heavy duty" hotel-grade one that I used in Asia. I researched everything on Amazon and this is the one I got. I am thrilled with it. I will update with any new discoveries or problems. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2016 by Jesse Chunn

  • My Dream Bidet is Better Than This
Style: SB-1000WE
After researching bidet seats I bought one of these for every toilet in my house. I should have bought just one and tested it ahead of time. First, the good: I like the warm water wash very much, and the length of time the bidet sprays is perfect. Now, the not-so-good. The dryer is useless. Even on the turbo setting the spray isn't as strong as I would like. I detect no difference between the feminine and the posterior settings. The seat itself is very light molded plastic. After six months of use is apparently permanently shifted to the left on one toilet and to the right on another. The angle of the lid means no weight can be put on it for any reason - don't expect to sit on the closed toilet while bathing a small child in the tub next to it. (I learned that one the hard way.) It's also huge. I installed the seat on my elongated toilet, and the resulting opening is barely the size of a standard toilet. The seat cannot be operated without the remote, so when someone else absent-mindedly walks off with the remote it's useless, not to mention frustrating. I'm looking to replace these seats eventually. I'm disappointed with this purchase. For the price I expected better quality, more adjustability, and sturdier construction. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2017 by Anne Orsi

  • Great bidet
Style: SB-1000WE
After deliberating for months I finally bought the smart bidet. I'm a 50 year old woman and was able to easily install the bidet with a screwdriver, crescent wrench, and plumbers tape. It took me about 30 minutes and then checking back to make sure it wasn't leaking. I LUV this bidet. It does stick out beyond the toilet but that is better than having a smallish seat hole. Be prepared before trying turbo. Very cleansing😁 ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017 by Maria A Maria A

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