Note: The following video is our video review of the Brondell Swash 1000. It is the same as the Swash 900, except for the differences noted in the table below.
The Brondell Swash 900 is the little sibling of Brondell's flagship model, the Swash 1000. On the outside, these two seats are identical and look exactly the same. However, there are a few internal differences which we highlight for you in the following table:
||Swash 900||Swash 1000
|Warm Air Dry||No||Yes|
||1 year||3 Year|
Despite these differences, the Brondell Swash 900 represents a great value from Brondell. Operated with a wireless remote control, this bidet seat works with a twin, stainless steel nozzles. One of the nozzles is dedicated for posterior wash, while the other nozzle is used for feminine wash. With adjustable spray-width controls, you can also choose between a narrow, more concentrated spray or a wider, broader spray for maximum hygiene.
Wash features can be fully customized. Nozzle position, water pressure and water temperature can all be adjusted to best suit your wash preferences. Other features include a soft-closing seat and lid, and a temperature-controlled heated seat. You'll also find an energy saving feature, which decreases the unit's energy consumption when not in use.
Brondell Swash 900 Features:
The Brondell Swash 900 is essentially a modified version of the Swash 1000, with less features. If you're looking for good value in a bidet seat, the Swash 900 is definitely worth considering.
Many of the features that make the Swash 1000 such a strong offering, can also be found in this model. For example, a wireless remote control, twin stainless steel nozzles, adjustable spray-width controls, and a tankless water heating system are shared features which can be found on both models. However, a few key features have been left out as well - noticeably absent is the warm air dry. There are no oscillating cleanse, nozzle sterilization, or air deodorizer features either. Another material difference is the warranty - the Swash 1000 comes with a 3 Year Limited Warranty, while the Brondell Swash 900 comes with a 1 Year Warranty.
These differences aside however, we still consider this unit to be a good buy. Stainless steel nozzles are very rare in bidet seats, and we were glad to see Brondell kept the stainless steel nozzles in the Swash 900 version. Another rare feature is a lid that's strong enough to sit on. The same sturdy lid on the Swash 1000 can be found on this model too.
Wash features include both posterior and feminine cleansing. Nozzle position can be adjusted to best suit your body. You can also adjust the water temperature and the water pressure. Non-wash features include a temperature-controlled, heated seat. The seat and lid close softly as well, so the unit doesn't slam shut. And a power saving mode will decrease energy consumption when the unit is not in use.
We hope you’ve learned more about the Brondell Swash 900 (and the differences between the Swash 1000) here at bidetsPLUS!