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The best bidets for 2020

It’s not uncommon to use a bidet in France and other countries, but these water-squirting fixtures are less common in American homes. Whether you want to reduce your toilet paper consumption or feel more refreshed after using the toilet, you might want to consider installing a bidet in your bathroom.

Between attachable bidets and those that combine with toilets directly, there’s no shortage of options. If you’ve been considering adding one to your bathroom, we’ve gathered up the best of the best for you to consider.

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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 the Kohler Numi always knows what your tushy needs.

The best bidet for a family: Coway Bidetmega 400R

Bidetmega 400 with mom

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. The Coway Bidetmega 400R also features Braille for the sight-impaired.

The best affordable bidet/toilet combo: Woodbridge Luxury

Woodbridge toilet and bidet

The Woodbridge Luxury is your best choice if you’re looking for a toilet with a built-in bidet with plenty of luxurious features, but at an affordable price. It features a posterior, feminine, and pulsating wash, along with adjustable water pressure, a water filter, water heater, air dryer, and a heated seat with five temperature settings. The Woodbridge Luxuryeven has a massage setting to rejuvenate your backside.

The best budget bidet seat: Brondell Swash 1400

Brondell bidet in bathroom

The Brondell Swash 1400 bidet toilet seat is more affordable than most 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 Brondell Swash 1400 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 bidet seat: 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 back wash cycles. You’ll also find a massaging wash, seat warming, an air dryer, a soft close seat, and night light. Programmable user settings make it so different people can save their preferred settings, while an air purifying deodorizer helps eliminate odors. The Euroto Toilet Bidet 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 bidet toilet seat: BioBidet Bliss BB2000

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 back washes, plus an oscillating wide clean, a massage feature, and aerated wash settings of the BioBidet Bliss BB2000.

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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