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[Costco] Bio Bidet USPA 4800 $239.99

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[Costco] Bio Bidet USPA 4800 $239.99

While there’s no longer any shortage of TP in stores, these Japanese style toilet seats are always a great addition to any home. If you have been to Japan, South Korea or Taiwan, chances are that you had one in your room. And once you try them, it’s hard to go back.

Costco Item 1404372 Model UB-4800
This is an older model but has all the key features such as:

Heated water and seat
Posterior and feminine wash
Pulsating and oscillating wash
Wireless remote

More info: https://biobidet.com/collections/luxury ... oilet_seat

I’ve had this model for over 3 years and love it. Note that you need an GFI power outlet near your toilet. Many electricians can install one rather easily. Do not use an extension cord to the outlet next to your sink (it’s not safe!). This model is for enlongated toilets, so if you have a round one, it won’t fit. Read the description carefully.

They have other models on sale as well.

While these don’t totally eliminate toilet paper, they drastically reduce it. It does not have a dryer functions, but these don’t work well anyhow.

If you never used one before, you don’t know what you are missing.
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Bio bidet is Japanese? Toto is i know that. But I agree with everything u said. Once I've gone to Asian countries with these toilet bidets.. U don't go back lol.. This is hot deal imo... I have three toto ones, still on same toilet paper pack since February. I went bought food while everyone else bought tp lol. Seat warmer and warm water is nice
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Kyaku wrote: Bio bidet is Japanese? Toto is i know that. But I agree with everything u said. Once I've gone to Asian countries with these toilet bidets.. U don't go back lol.. This is hot deal imo... I have three toto ones, still on same toilet paper pack since February. I went bought food while everyone else bought tp lol. Seat warmer and warm water is nice
Not, it’s a Korean brand. It’s a Japanese style toilet (they flows water you know where)
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Bio bidet is Korean company.
Please correct the tile OP.
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sculptoryb wrote: Bio bidet is Korean company.
Please correct the tile OP.
Just did, actually, I think they are an American company.
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wysiwyg wrote: If you never used one before, you don’t know what you are missing.
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wysiwyg wrote: Not, it’s a Korean brand. It’s a Japanese style toilet (they flows water you know where)
In Japan they are actually called Western toilets LOL.
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Too bad no round shape or else I would have got it.

Thanks for the deal op!
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A bidet is what separates us from the animals.
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As someone who's not naturally well-versed in toilets.. what's required for installation of one of these things (other than the plug)? Can anyone do it by just following the manual?
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ji_hyun_jun wrote: As someone who's not naturally well-versed in toilets.. what's required for installation of one of these things (other than the plug)? Can anyone do it by just following the manual?
yes all the parts you need come with it. if you can figure out how to remove your old toilet seat, installing the new one should be easy. mine just required a screwdriver to remove the old seat and a wrench to install the water hose adapter
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Lush78 wrote: A bidet is what separates us from the animals.
A bear and a rabbit are taking a dump in the woods... After the bear is done he turns to the rabbit and says "do you have a problem with shit sticking to your fur?"

The rabbit looks confused and says "no, I've never had a problem with that"

The bear smiles and says "good" and picks up the rabbit and wipes his butt with him.
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Sigh....I’ve read through everyone of these bidet posts but I don’t have an outlet near my toilet
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Good price, bad product - had this model for 1.5 year and seat heater died... :( (Before this had Panasonic model for 10 years without any issues, Brondell for 4 years, no issues too)
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typhooney wrote: Sigh....I’ve read through everyone of these bidet posts but I don’t have an outlet near my toilet
Depending on your layout, you could get power from your switch and install one yourself. That's what I did to install my Brondell 1400.
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VeryTrueColors wrote: Good price, bad product - had this model for 1.5 year and seat heater died... :( (Before this had Panasonic model for 10 years without any issues, Brondell for 4 years, no issues too)
Did you get warranty for the seat heater? It states 2 year warranty.
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Lush78 wrote: Depending on your layout, you could get power from your switch and install one yourself. That's what I did to install my Brondell 1400.
i ended up installing outlets in each of my bathrooms in similar fashion. for one i had an outlet on the other side of the wall so i just poked the wire through from the adjacent bedroom to the bathroom.
for my other bathroom i didnt have that option so i ran a wire from my existing GFCI outlet near my sink down to the cabinet and ran the wire through a conduit until i reached the cabinet next to the toilet. definitely do not run an extension cord across your counter!
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lg777 wrote: Did you get warranty for the seat heater? It states 2 year warranty.
When I got mine 3 years ago, the warranty was 1 year. Now it’s 2 years.
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Lush78 wrote: Depending on your layout, you could get power from your switch and install one yourself. That's what I did to install my Brondell 1400.
Is an electrical permit required to add an outlet?
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Why can't you run an extension cord from the gfci outlet by the sink? Unfortunately, I live in a condo and probably cant install an outlet next to the toilet

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