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Best bidet toilet seat deals for May 2022

Keeping your butt clean is a high priority for healthy living. The pandemic-related toilet paper shortages brought home the issue when we couldn’t find TP easily. It was an uncomfortable surprise, to say the least! With those shortages, many people sought alternative cleansing methods after using the toilet. Toilet paper is no longer lacking, but many people have found that they like a bidet or bidet toilet seat better. The choices range from add-on attachments to a regular seat, a full seat assembly with niceties such as hot or cold water, heated seats, and warm air drying to full toilet replacements. We rounding the best bidet toilet deals regularly so you can shop the best deals available today, which you’ll find below.

Today’s best bidet deals

Tushy's Classic bidet is a simple and reliable option that's a breeze to set up and use. It's well-rounded and gets the job done, requiring no electricity or complicated plumbing. more
This bidet attachment features temperature control and pressure and angle controls for a targeted spray. Includes everything for an easy install and requires no electricity or additional plumbing. more
This seat is heated and includes a remote that controls the temperature and water pressure. Also features independent self-cleaning nozzles. more
This seat features two self-cleaning nozzles for independent front and back cleaning. The nozzles and slow-close seat are antimicrobial. Includes a remote. more
This seat is heated and features a water pressure control and temperature control. Fits on round toilets. more
This third-generation TUSHY bidet has the features of the Classic 2.0 with a slimmer design, simpler installation, and an upgraded nozzle spray. more
If you are ready to pamper your butt, this model has a heated seat, warm air dryer, and heated water. Self-cleaning with an auto-deodorizer. Multiple cleaning modes including child wash and dry. more
If you're looking for a great \ bidet toilet seat that does it all for your round toilet, this BioBidet Supreme BB-1000 is what you need, with a slew of cleaning features you can't miss. more
Without relying on any complicated buttons, the BioBidet Glow bidet toilet attachment isn't limited to fixed settings and allows you to fully control your cleaning with every in-between covered. more
Get comfort and thorough cleaning with the fully automated Toto C200 toilet seat bidet. It's built with a soft rear and front spray that can be controlled via a panel on the side. more
Make your toilet better with the Calero smart toilet seat and bidet. It comes with a customizable warm-wash bidet and air dryer technology. For reduced electricity consumption, turn on ECO mode. more
Feature-packed bidet set for round toilets, this model with remote control has heated water, heated air-drying, and a heated seat. Multiple wash modes for men, women, and children. more
Packed with everything you could ever want from a bidet toilet seat, the BioBidet Supreme BB-1000 is a well-rounded option that has it all, including a heater, air dryer, massager, and bubble wash. more
Combined with amazing performance and the transitional style of the Archer collection, this toilet also blends design elements found in Craftsman furniture and the intricate facets of fine jewelry. more
This manual cleansing toilet seat makes it easy to add the freshness of bidet cleansing to your existing toilet and requires no electricity or batteries. more
Made specifically for women, the Yosoo bidet has an adjustable dual nozzle to cleanse both front and rear sides. It's easy to install and the bidet nozzle is self-cleaning as well. more
This bidet toilet seat offers a low-profile design that blends in with your existing toilet and offers features including warm water, twin nozzles, and adjustable water temperature and pressure. more

How to choose a bidet

Bidets are not that familiar to most Americans, so choosing the right one for you may prove to be harder than you think — but a bidet is worth it.

The first thing to consider is money. Although a bidet will save you money in the long run (on the toilet paper cost), they aren’t a drop in the bucket. A whole unit can cost upwards of $1,000, while a decent toilet seat attachment will set you back north of $100. The price of the bidet toilet seat or actual bidet is dependent on several factors. The first factor is electric or non-electric. Almost all cheaper bidets are non-electric — they work using the water pressure in your home. Electric bidets are often loaded with extras such as heated seats, increased adjustable water pressure, ambient noise that muffles nature’s sounds, and more. Most electric units also come with a remote.

The second factor is water temperature. Almost all bidets offer heated water because cold water on sensitive areas is a no-no. Some models have their own tank that heats and holds warm water, while others are connected to your home’s hot water supply to get the job done. Brands such as SmartBidet and Bio Bidet have available warm air drying on some models, too, although user reviews suggest that a final pat down may be in order. SmartBidet is alone in offering replaceable cleaning nozzles.

Self-cleaning nozzles are the next factor to consider. Having the ability to clean the nozzle before using it is a nice feature and feels more sanitary overall. Since some splashing occurs inside the toilet bowl when using it, the ability to quickly rinse the nozzle is a definite positive.

Next comes the question of attachment, full seat, or entire fixture. Most attachment bidets are mechanical. If you don’t want an attachment hanging off the side of your toilet, a seat is the way to go. Seats are more expensive than attachments, but some offer additional features such as heated seats and slow-close lids. Though way more expensive than an attachment or seat, the features are unparalleled when it comes to a whole fixture. Most of them have heater water and seat with adjustable levels for each, adjustable water pressure, slow-close lid, electronic controls in the form of a remote or attached side panel, a nozzle (or multiple nozzles) that has adjustable positions, and more.

Finally, installation. You’ll want to go with a toilet seat attachment like Tushy if you want to install it yourself. Anything more complicated and you may need to call the contractors in. Even if you’re going to install the bidet yourself, if you have to plug it in for features like warm water and heated seats, you may find you’ll want to hire an electrician to add an outlet close to the toilet, which isn’t a standard location in most U.S. homes. Otherwise you may find you need to run an extension cord up and over your mirror to plug in the bidet near the double outlet usually placed near the light switch.

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