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Advantages of Using a Bidet Toilet Seat

  • Adjustable water temperature
  • Adjustable water pressure
  • Adjustable nozzle postion
  • Oscillating cleanse
  • Water pulse feature
  • Feminine bidet wash
  • Posterior (rear) bidet wash
  • Warm air dry
  • Warmed toilet seat
  • Slow closing toilet seat and cover
  • Air deodorizer
  • Power saving mode
  • Remote control (select models)

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Winter is settling upon us once again, and the simple act of getting out of bed to start your day can be a tall order on a cold morning. While staying in a warm bed and hibernating until spring may sound nice on a cold day, it’s not much of an option for most of us. But we here at bidetsPLUS do have one surefire method to ward off the wintry temperatures in the morning: a new bidet toilet seat! Yes, trudging into the bathroom and facing a freezing toilet seat will be a thing of the past with a fully featured electronic bidet this season.

The biggest reason people want a bidet is because of the obvious health and hygiene benefits that come with cleaning with water. But besides the great wash functions, one of the most popular features – particularly in these cooler months – is the heated seat. Luckily manufacturers have taken note of the importance of this option for customers. All of the electronic units that we carry at bidetsPLUS include a heated seat. The seat temperature even has adjustable settings, so you can find your own perfect toasty-warm setting.

Another popular feature that brings the heat is a warm air dryer. The warm air dryer offers a heated breeze to dry you similar to a warm air hand dryer found in many restrooms. Like the seat temperature, the air dryer temperature can also be adjusted to fit your level of comfort with cool air in the summer and warmer air in the winter. You may find yourself using the warm air dryer even if you don’t use the wash functions just to warm yourself up before taking on the chilly winter weather!

Of course, the ability to wash with water is the primary feature of a bidet seat, so it is no surprise that the most coveted “warm” feature of all is heated water. All of our electronic models come equipped with a warm water spray which is temperature adjustable. Many of the models we carry offer on-demand, tankless heating which supplies continuous warm water for as long as you wish to use it.

Given all these great heating features, it is easy to see why as the temperature falls, the number of people warming up on their bidet seat goes up. Installing one of our seats only takes about 30 minutes or less, and with so many seats chock full of adjustable warmth settings, the typically cold bathroom can quickly become an inviting warm escape from winter!

Anyone who has looked into getting a bidet toilet seat can tell you that there are many different brands and models with a variety of different features. Like shopping for a new computer or a car, all the different options can sometimes make consumers feel a little overwhelmed. Getting familiar with the available features and how they work can help you determine which choice is best for you.

One of the great benefits of an electronic bidet seat is the adjustability of the wash features. The original bidets required users to move themselves into position so the stream of water could do its work washing them. That isn’t always as easy as it sounds, particularly for seniors or anyone with mobility issues. Luckily electronic units have adjustable nozzle positions which allow you to move the spray nozzle farther forward or farther back so you can find the right position for your body. You can also adjust the water pressure, so if you want a stronger spray you can increase the pressure, or if you prefer a gentler wash you can simply decrease the pressure level. And of course with warm water bidets, you can adjust the temperature of the water for a more comfortable experience.

Among electronic bidets, a big difference between seats is the type of water heating system. Some use a reservoir tank which keeps water heated inside the unit and provides a finite volume of warm water. The newer tankless heating models use a heating coil that provides continuous on-demand heated water for as long as the user wants. The tankless models, besides providing a longer warm water wash, also are more energy efficient.

Another consideration is if you want your bidet seat to have an attached control panel or a remote control. Seats with an attached control panel are operated by pressing buttons on a panel that is attached to the right side of the unit as you are seated (or left-hand side as you face the toilet). The remote control models use something similar to a TV remote, and they come with a wall mounting kit. So the remote can be mounted wherever is convenient and operated from the wall, or you can remove it and hold it in your hand or even set it on a nearby surface. Most people prefer the convenience of the remote control as some of the buttons on an attached control panel can be hard to reach.

One feature that sometimes gets overlooked is the warranty. Like any other electronic product, generous warranty terms can give the customer peace of mind knowing that if they have any issues, someone will be there to help. A manufacturer that stands by their product with a strong warranty can often be a good indicator of a product’s quality.

Other features to be aware of include a warm air dryer. The dryers are very helpful for those who may have difficulty reaching to dry themselves with toilet paper or cloth. The oscillating wash is another popular feature. This feature oscillates the nozzle forward and backward during the wash cycle for a better overall wash, covering a larger area. Some models also come equipped with a water pulse for a soothing massage-like wash that can alleviate discomfort. You can also find units offering a turbo enema wash function which uses a stronger concentrated spray that can help with constipation and other similar conditions.

And of course, the list of available features goes on from here. Some electronic bidets have plastic wash nozzles while others have stainless steel nozzles which tend to be more durable and dependable as well as more sanitary. Built-in air deodorizers, night lights, child settings, and automatic opening and closing lids are among other features you can find on different models. As you can see, there are a lot of options when it comes to a bidet seat. For more information about the features on our different seats, you can check out our handy comparison chart, watch the video reviews on the product pages, and you can always contact us directly for help deciding which bidet is the best fit for you.