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[Costco] USPA 6800 Bidet $300

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[Costco] USPA 6800 Bidet $300

Costco has the USPA 6800 bidet on sale for $300. Sale expires on the 10th. This looks to be the same model that amazon had on sale for $400 and people were quite excited about it then.
Install is super easy but note that you do need an outlet near by to for this.
https://www.costco.ca/.product.10013013 ... _1204_DD07
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Seems like a good deal with double nozzle. I think they are plastic but for the price what can you say.
These things will change your shitty life.
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Do these have warm water too? As in, can it be connected to the warm water pipe? I can't imagine using a bidet with cold water.
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Not sure if I should get this or the Toto washlet C200....
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Use 25$ off 100$ on masterpass and get for 275$$

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Messerschmitt wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 8:04 am
Do these have warm water too? As in, can it be connected to the warm water pipe? I can't imagine using a bidet with cold water.
It has a warm water reservoir so it guarantees it will always have a warm water stream ready to go
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Messerschmitt wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 8:04 am
Do these have warm water too? As in, can it be connected to the warm water pipe? I can't imagine using a bidet with cold water.
Having used one for several years now, it is not bad at all. You have to remember that usually the water in the line is at house temperature unless you are washing dishes, etc.

If three people were lined up to use the bidet, the first two are going to get reasonable temperature water. The third person is in for a surprise.

Out of curiosity one day, I measured how much water per person was being used. It averaged about 400ml. There is quite a bit more than that in your house pipes before the fresh water from outside gets to you. I did find one fellow online that rigged up twelve feet of feed hose and kept it looped behind the toilet because his toilet was close to the house water source.
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One concern is finding an outlet within 4' of the toilet, thoughts?
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Thanks OP! Had been eyeing the newer BB A8 or Brondell C825 (both have "instant" or hybrid heaters for longer warm water supplies), but this price is bonkers. Even cheaper than the entry level Brondell 300! With the $25 Masterpass discount, it was ~$311.
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it heats up the water within. so its always hot - 3 levels of hotness.
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Danno2005 wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 9:18 am
One concern is finding an outlet within 4' of the toilet, thoughts?
Depends on what is on the other side of the wall behind the toilet. When I was considering one of the plug in models, power was the big hold back. If you have an outlet nearby on the other side of the wall, you could tap into that one. The other thing to consider is how close you can have an outlet to the toilet even with a GFCI outlet by electrical code.
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Great deal at $311 with the Masterpass promo
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swales wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 10:29 am
Great deal at $311 with the Masterpass promo
Have a link to the promo?
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Danno2005 wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 9:18 am
One concern is finding an outlet within 4' of the toilet, thoughts?
I use an extension cord for that.

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