All Bio Bidet products are user-friendly and all offer the standard bidet features with advanced technology to get you a superior cleansing. Given the excellence and reliability of the brand, choosing which specific Bio Bidet product is right for you can be a conundrum. This article will focus on the differences between two of the premier products in the Bio Bidet Bliss line, theBio Bidet BB 2000 and the Bio Bidet BB 1700.
One of the most notable differences between the two products is the controls. The Bio Bidet BB 2000 has a wireless remote control; the Bio Bidet BB 1700 has a control panel that is attached to the bidet. Most users prefer the wireless remote on the Bio Bidet BB 2000 because it’s a bit easier to use. The Bio Bidet BB 1700’s attached control is nice because it ensures you will never misplace it, but it is slightly trickier to use because you have to turn to your side and look down to see it. The wireless remote for the Bio Bidet BB 2000 comes with a wall mounting kit that you can hang in a location that is convenient to you. You can also choose if you want the remote in a black or white finish. Another desirable feature on the Bio Bidet BB 2000’s remote is its easy-to-read screen with raised buttons that allow you to handily regulate everything about your wash, from the water temperature and pressure, to seat temperature, and much more. The control panel on the Bio Bidet BB 1700 does not have a screen like this, so you have a few less choices per wash.
Another difference between the BB 2000 and the BB 1700 is the nightlight feature. The BB 2000 has a nightlight; the BB 1700 does not. The nightlight is located on the left side of the BB 2000 and it emits a soft blue color that can make it easier to find your bearings if you’re up in the middle of the night. The BB 1700 does not have room for the nightlight feature because its attached control panel is in that location instead.
Your toilet bowl size may also come into play as you make your decision. The Bio Bidet BB 2000 is available in both elongated and round sizes to match the shape of your toilet bowl. The BB 1700 is only available in the elongated size so it would work best for an elongated shaped toilet bowl.
Please keep in mind that both the BB 1700 and the BB 2000 excel in water flow and pressure. The industry average for water pressure is around 0.11 – 0.15 gallons per minute. But the BB 2000 and BB 1700 both flow at 0.18 gallons per minute. It may seem like a small difference numerically, but it makes a huge difference when it comes to the quality of your wash.
To summarize, the BB 1700 and BB 2000 are both premium picks in the Bio Bidet Bliss line. The big difference between the BB 1700 and the BB 2000 is the controls – the BB 2000 has a wireless remote, the BB 1700 has an attached panel. Additionally, the BB 2000 has a nightlight, and the BB 2000 comes in two sizes, round and elongated.
For a complete review of the Bio Bidet 2000 you can read and watch our Bio Bidet BB 2000 product review.