Installing a bidet in your bathroom means a better potty experience for you and yours, and that’s for several reasons. We’re talking less toilet paper consumption, more comfort, and cleanliness that you simply won’t achieve otherwise. Between attachable bidet toilet seats and toilets that include a bidet, there’s no shortage of options. Attachable bidets are typically more affordable, but you might get more features with a toilet that comes with a bidet already included. You need to be careful with attachable bidet seats, however, as cheap products may leak or malfunction. It’s best to go with a reputable product, even if it means spending a little more.
If you’ve been considering adding a bidet to your bathroom, we’ve gathered up the best of the best for you to consider.
The best luxury toilet and bidet combo: Kohler Numi
It really doesn’t get better than the Kohler Numi. The Numi is a toilet with a bidet built in, but there are so many more features than just being a combo. The Numi can play music while you go and can even heat the seat and your feet at the same time for ultimate comfort.
Up to six people can save their personal washing preferences, too, so thealways knows what your tushy needs.
The best easy-to-install bidet: Tushy Classic Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment
The Tushy Classic is an affordable option that only takes about 10 or 15 minutes to install — just remove your toilet seat, attach the bidet underneath, reattach the seat, and connect the hose. You can adjust the pressure from a gentle spritz to a powerful spray, and you’ll leave the potty feeling fresh and clean.
The Tushy comes in several different color options to fit your bathroom décor, including white with bamboo accents, silver accents, or gold accents, or you can go with a blue or pink body style. The only downside to the Tushy is that it only puts out cold water when you hook it to a regular toilet connection. To get a warm spray, you’d have to connect theto your sink or go with a different model, like the Tushy Spa Bidet Seat Attachment.
The best self-cleaning bidet: Luxe Bidet Neo 120
While the Luxe Neo 120 bidet won’t give you a boatload of fanciful t0ilet-tech like other bidet attachments, what it lacks in smart features it more than makes up for in cleanliness. Boasting an ultra-hygienic nozzle guard gate, the Neo 120 has the wits enough to know when the nozzle isn’t in use, retracting and protecting the attachment from bacteria when not called upon by you, family, or guests. Not to mention the nozzle is also self-cleaning.
Made to fit most two-piece toilet seats, assembly is as easy as removing your throne’s seat assembly, attaching the bidet harness, re-attaching the toilet seat, then connecting the bidet to your water line. Mid-use, you can choose between several pressure settings, but if you’re after the luxuries of hot water and/or advanced bidet features, you’ll want to look elsewhere. But, for the money and easy self-cleaning, theearns its keep for this roundup.
The best for tech: Toto Washlet C200
Calling all bottoms to the throne for the bountiful offerings of the Toto Washlet C200. Feature-rich, the Washlet C200 has every part of your bathroom visit in mind, starting before you even sit down. To ensure the cleanest of beginnings, the C200’s Premist cleansing kicks in before each use, showering the bowl to remove any excess detritus from previous visits, ensuring utmost cleanliness before the next session.
When seated, enjoy the warm comforts of the bidet’s heated seat, making you forget about all those cold winter nights you needed to hit the restroom. Sick of odors? Tired of keeping the closet filled with sprays? With the C200’s onboard air deodorizer, an array of powerful filters work to neutralize the scents around you to keep things less pungent. Finished? Before departing, settle in for the warm air dryer that’ll send you off without the need for toilet paper. Available in elongated and rounded designs and controllable with the convenient remote (capable of storing two banks of user settings), thedelivers on all the premium dreams that a bidet promises.
The best non-electric bidet: Astor CB-1000
Not every bidet needs to cost hundreds of dollars. For the fundamentals and a quick setup, look no further than the Astor CB-1000. Not up for an involved installation? The CB-1000 can be put together in less than 15 minutes. All it takes is a screwdriver, your existing toilet seat, and packaged attachments, and that’s it. No electricity required, no sensors to worry about.
The custom dial allows you to adjust water pressure for your ideal cleaning experience, and the nozzle itself will retract when not in use. While there’s not much to speak of in terms of tech and customizations, the Astor CB-1000 is a phenomenal choice if you’re in need of the basics and want to save your dough for something besides regal bathroom treatment.
The best for a family: Coway Bidetmega 400R
The Coway Bidetmega 400R is a bidet toilet seat with features that everyone in the family will love. It has a night light for late-night bathroom runs, a heated seat, a posterior dryer, a nozzle setting for ladies, and a child mode for the kids.
The water temperature can be customized to just how you like it as well. Thealso features Braille for the sight-impaired.
The best budget: SPRITZ Luxury Warm Water Bidet Attachment
With a quick install process that only takes about 15 to 30 minutes and an affordable price tag, the Spritz bidet attachment offers a clean feel after you use the potty. You can connect to your sink’s hot water valve for warm water if you’d like, or you can connect only to your toilet’s water source for a more streamlined setup and only get cold water.
Theprovides two knobs for adjusting the water pressure and for adjusting the water temperature. The bidet fits nicely under your toilet seat, and it has a clean design that’ll look good in just about any bathroom.
The best bidet seat: Brondell Swash 1400
The Brondell Swash 1400 bidet toilet seat is more affordable than some of its competitors. Still, it has a lot of useful features that make it quite luxurious for the price. Its most standout feature is nanotechnology sterilization, which keeps the spray nozzle pristine. Further, a deodorizer keeps your bathroom smelling fresh.
The also includes a seat warmer, water warmer, and an aerated wash. We’re not sure about the aerated wash, but the bubbles purportedly get you cleaner.
The best luxury: Euroto Toilet Bidet
The Euroto Toilet Bidet has just about every feature you could want from a bidet toilet seat. It has a remote control and countless settings to cover both the front and backwash cycles. You’ll also find a massaging wash, seat warming, an air dryer, a soft close seat, and a night light.
Programmable user settings make it so different people can save their preferred settings, while an air-purifying deodorizer helps eliminate odors. The has six water temperature levels, six air temperature levels, different seat temperatures, and safety on/off skin sensor technology. You’ll leave the bathroom feeling completely fresh and clean.
The best clean: BioBidet Bliss BB2000
In our opinion, the BioBidet Bliss BB2000 is the best overall bidet toilet seat for most homes. It includes a nightlight, warm water setting, a heated seat, and air drying capabilities. To get you extra-clean, it also has an array of additional features.
You’ll benefit from both front and backwashes, plus an oscillating wide clean, a massage feature, and aerated wash settings of the . Finding a bidet for home use can be challenging. Especially since these spray toilets are an uncommon feature in American households, it’s tough to know what to look for. With any of these options, though, you can get cleaner than ever in your home restroom.
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