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The all new Brondell Swash 1400 is the latest series model from Brondell.  While on the outside it sports a similar body as the current Brondell Swash 1000, the Swash 1400 incorporates some updates and improvements based on feedback from Brondell's loyal customer base over the past several years.

The Swash 1400 still retains all the main features you would expect in an advanced bidet seat.  These features include posterior wash, feminine wash, adjustable water temperature, adjustable water pressure, adjustable spray position and spray width.  With all of these customizable features, you'll be able to find the right combination that works best for you.  Even the temperature of the warmed toilet seat can be controlled with the touch of a button.  When done washing, use the built-in warm air dryer to help with residual moisture after washing.  The slow-closing seat and lid close gently, so the sound of slamming toilet seats in your home will be no more.  And you're free to sit down on the sturdy, sittable lid of the Swash 1400 which unlike other bidet seats - is designed so you can sit on the lid too.

In addition to improved internal components designed to increase the durability of the seat, this newly designed unit features an all new wireless remote control.  This is noteworthy since the remote control is your primary interface to interact with the seat.  You'll notice three additional buttons towards the bottom of the remote when compared to its predecessor:  an "Auto" button, a "User 1" button and a "User 2" button.  The "Auto" button activates the wash cycle which is immediately followed by an air dry.  This eliminates the secondary step of pressing the "Dry" button after washing.  The "User" buttons work as user presets.  This allows you to set individual wash preferences such as water temperature, water pressure, spray position and spray for two different users.

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Another addition is the convenient night light.  As people get older, night-time restroom use becomes more common but who wants to turn the lights on and blind themselves in the middle of the night?  With the Brondell Swash 1400 you'll have a handy night light which provides a gentle glow of the toilet so you know where to walk to, or know where to aim!  The removable/replaceable carbon air deodorizer cartridge represent another upgrade.  With the prior model, the carbon filter was not replaceable which would result in reduced efficacy of the air deodorization system over time.  But now if you feel your air deodorizer isn't working like it used to, you can insert a fresh cartridge.

Brondell has taken the steps to take what was already a great product and make several improvements in this new model.  We expect these product refinements to be well-received from the bidet community and existing customers who are looking for an upgrade/replacement of an older model.  And when you consider that the lifespan of a bidet seat is several years, it's nice to have an option with these advanced features which will hold up with technology developments over time.

We will keep this page updated with developments, and more specifics surrounding the product launch as new product information becomes available.  Currently scheduled for launch in Spring 2017.

Available in white and beige.

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Brondell Swash 1400 Features:

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Brondell Models At-A-Glance:

Model Controls Key Feature Differences Accompanying Perks Just to Nitpick
Swash 1400 Remote Control Hidden pocket for water hose is more discreet, electric cord moved to the left, longer feminine nozzle, replaceable air deodorizer cartridge, 1 touch wash/dry With BOTH the water hose and electric cord on the same side, things look a bit more tidy.  The added night light is a nice touch The only thing this bidet is missing is the auto open/close seat and lid
Swash 1200 Remote Control Exactly the same as Swash 1400, except no warm air dry, air deodorizer, or oscillating cleanse Shares the same body as the Swash 1400, so aesthetic improvements carry over Not having the oscillating cleanse is a drawback when washing
Swash 1000 Remote Control Every feature of the Swash 1000 has been carried over to the new Swash 1400.  When facing the bidet, electric cord will extend from the right side.  Had a successful 6 year run as Brondell's flagship product, prior to the Swash 1400 coming out.  Long history as shown solid durability Feminine nozzle does not extend forward enough for some women

 

New to Brondell?  A Brief Q & A:

Question Answer
What is the Brondell Swash 1400? The Brondell Swash 1400 is a bidet toilet seat which provides a warm water wash after using the restroom.  This is Brondell's latest and 3rd generation model - supplanting the 1st generation Swash 800 and 2nd generation Swash 1000 series. 
When was it released? The Brondell Swash 1400 was released in May 2017.  Notable upgrades over previous models include a night light, 1 touch auto wash & dry, replaceable air deodorizer cartridges and a longer feminine nozzle providing more forward reach for women.  Improved body design is more attractive and sleek.
Why would this model be a good choice? The Brondell Swash 1400 does a good job blending looks with performance.  It's a good-looking seat that works well too.  Swash 1000 owners looking to upgrade will welcome the subtle yet noticeable improvements to the body design, and the night light is more handy than you think.

 

Some Feature Highlights:

The all new redesign of the Swash chassis includes a hidden port for your water and power connections.  A pair of cable clips are included, which join your water and power cords together for a convenient look.  Also new is the replaceable air deodorizer.  While the previous Swash 1000 had a deodorizer too, it wasn't accessible and the carbon filter couldn't be changed.  These active carbon cartridges can now be replaced and are easy to swap out.

 

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Swash 1400 Remote Control:

You interact and send commands to your bidet seat through the remote control.  Brondell's new, refreshed remote comes with a similar color design as before, but the corners have become more rounded.  It's still easy to hold in one hand though, and you can access all the buttons with your thumb.  And the wall mounting kit is great.  The magnetic cradle is the best design we've seen for docking your remote control.  Hold the remote close to the cradle, and you'll feel the magnets engage to bring the remote home.

 

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Product Specifications:

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View:  Owner's Manual:  Brondell Swash 1400 (.pdf)

 

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Warranty Information

Q: Is electricity required for the bidet to work?

A: Yes, the Brondell Swash 1400 and all of our electric bidet toilet seats must be plugged into a standard 120V GFI outlet in order for any of the features to work. The power cord extends from the rear left side of the bidet as you are facing the toilet, and it is approximately 4 feet long.

Q: Do I need to hire a plumber to install?

A: The bidet seat is designed for do-it-yourself (DIY) installation and does not require a plumber. Most customers can install the bidet in about 30 minutes or less. All of the installation hardware needed for installation comes with the bidet, including a T-Valve and bidet hose for connecting to your existing water line as well as a mounting kit to install on top of your toilet.

Q: Do I need a hot water connection?

A: No, the Brondell Swash 1400 and other electric bidet seats heat the water internally. The bidet uses a tankless system for instant and continuous warm water that stays warm for as long as you wash. You should only connect the bidet to a cold water line. Connecting to a hot water line is not necessary and may damage the bidet.

Q: What is the weight limit?

A: The weight limit for the seat is 330 pounds. And unlike most bidet seats, the Swash 1400 has a lid you can sit on with a weight limit of 270 pounds.

Q: Can I return it if I don’t like it?

A: Bidet seats are hygienic products and typically are not returnable once they have been installed, however the Brondell Swash 1400 is covered under our 30 Day Risk-Free Trial. So you can return the unit if you are not satisfied with it by contacting us within 30 days of your purchase date.

Q: Can I use the bidet as a regular toilet seat if I don’t want to use the bidet functions?

A: Yes, if you don’t activate the features through the remote control, you can simply use the toilet as you normally would.

Q: What if I have a problem with the bidet?

A: The product is backed by a three year limited warranty from Brondell. You have 100% coverage of parts and labor during your first year of ownership, and then 75% during year two and 50% during year three respectively.

Q: Is it hard to use the different features?

A: All of the features are operated through a remote control which comes with a wall mounting kit so you can place the remote wherever is most convenient. To use the wash functions, you simply press either Rear or Front to begin the wash you want, and you can press the Stop button at any time to stop the spray. Making adjustments to the water temperature, pressure and nozzle position is done the up and down arrows on the remote which are marked. Most people find the remote very simple and easy to use.

Q: How do I clean the bidet seat?

A: We recommend using warm soapy water and a soft cloth when cleaning the surfaces of the bidet. Avoid caustic cleaning chemicals as they may streak or scratch the plastic of the bidet. The seat also has a nozzle sterilization feature which uses silver oxide to sterilize the wash nozzle. You can use a brush to clean the nozzle more thoroughly as well, though you do not need to regularly do this as there is a self-rinsing feature that cleans the nozzles with a pressured wash of water before and after use.

Q: What is the difference between the Swash 1400 and Swash 1200?

A: Brondell’s most popular bidet seat by far is the Swash 1400, which looks the same as the Swash 1200 but has some important differences. For example, the 1400 includes a popular oscillating wash function which moves the nozzle back and forth during the cleaning cycle for a better wash and larger area of coverage. Many users utilize the oscillating wash every time they use the bidet. Another feature on the 1400 not available on the 1200 is the warm air dryer with adjustable air temperature. Other notable features missing from the 1200 include a built-in air deodorizer, nozzle sterilization and a stronger warranty (one year vs. three year limited warranty).

Q: What color is the Brondell Swash 1400?

A: The Swash 1400 is available in a standard white color like most bidet seats, and there is also a beige color option. The beige color, also referred to as “biscuit” is a light beige that matches toilets that are beige or biscuit colored. The beige option is an additional $99.00.

Q: What is the width adjustment feature?

A: The Brondell Swash 1400 has a unique width adjustment not found on other bidet seats. The feature allows you to change how wide the stream of water is during the washing cycle. The stream width is initially set to the narrowest setting, and to adjust the width you simply press the button marked “Wide Spray” on the remote control. There are three width settings that increase width each time you press the button until you are at the widest setting. Pressing the button again while on the widest setting will change the spray back to the narrowest stream setting.

Q: What does it mean that it has a twin nozzle system?

A: Some bidets use a single nozzle for both posterior and feminine wash. The twin nozzle system of the Swash 1400 uses two separate nozzles, one for posterior wash and a separate nozzle dedicated for feminine wash. Some people prefer having separate nozzles for the different wash functions, but functionally speaking the single nozzle and twin nozzle systems both provide exceptional cleaning for both posterior and feminine needs.

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  1. Bum Wash at its Best

    Posted by Marlon on 27th Jun 2017

    Can't say enough about the Swash 1400. Rarely do people say they look forward to going to the bathroom but you will if you have the Swash waiting to give your Bum a Wash. I recommend to everyone I know.

  2. Very pleased

    Posted by JR on 4th May 2017

    We pre-ordered the Brondell Swash 1400 and received it a bit early. Having used it for a week now, we are very pleased with our purchase. Works like a charm and adds a high-tech look to our bathroom. We had some guests over and they were impressed too. Great product by a great vendor.