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[Costco] Bio Bidet USPA 6800 Bidet Toilet Seat $279.99

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[Costco] Bio Bidet USPA 6800 Bidet Toilet Seat $279.99

Bio Bidet 6800 (w/ free travel kit). It seems to be historically low. Available in both Elongated and Round.

Not to be confused with the 6800U. This is the difference between the two models.

It has been $299.99 in the past. Highly praised unit on RFD.

I finally used my $20 off from this thread.

Free 7-10 days shipping.
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Does the U ever come close to this price?
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nsd wrote: Does the U ever come close to this price?
I think last couple years it did, but for 300. With the coupon code I'm ok paying 260 plus tax for missing out on a nightlight and ability to set multiple presets.

Thanks OP, used two accounts with coupon codes for 260 plus tax each
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I'm interested, but what are some other models RDF users have seen in the past? My main concern is power connectivity and water warming.

Cold water on the tush really doesnt feel nice all the time
I'm just here for the deals....
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Thanks OP, I got the 6800U for $400 a month or so back, still BNIB, going to return that one and get this cheaper one for the savings, Cheers.
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blisterd_nuts wrote: I'm interested, but what are some other models RDF users have seen in the past? My main concern is power connectivity and water warming.

Cold water on the tush really doesnt feel nice all the time
Wait this one doesn't heat up the water? Huge dealbreaker imo.

Edit: No, the water is heated https://biobidet.com/products/uspa
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Should I order this one (6800) instead of the 4800 model @ $239.99? My delivery is tomorrow but I'm tempted by the drying feature + extra year of warranty of the 6800. Anyone has experience with them?
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That's what I'm wondering myself, the 6800 is $200+ more at regular price. Might be worth returning the 4800.
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does this have a reservoir to heat the water?
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Kenjuta wrote: does this have a reservoir to heat the water?
According to the biobidet website, yes it does. Like another mentioned it seems the only diff are night light and user profifles.
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alexricher wrote: Should I order this one (6800) instead of the 4800 model @ $239.99? My delivery is tomorrow but I'm tempted by the drying feature + extra year of warranty of the 6800. Anyone has experience with them?
I've tried the drying feature on higher-end bidets and they are eh... mostly not useful. A bidet simply can't produce enough air (like a handdryer or dyson) to dry your entire back area in a quick manner, and the air coverage is small so you're like just waiting awkwardly for yourself to dry (which takes a pretty long time) and since you can't exactly move around the dying will be uneven (TMI i know lol). You'll find yourself using paper to dry every time.

This is a great deal tho. Too bad I already picked up on another model 2 days ago :(
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I have Toilet

What does below mean? I don’t get it.

Can I use extension cord?

Requirements:
The USPA 6800 will fit all standard 2-piece and most 1-piece toilets
The USPA 6800 will not fit 1-piece toilets with curvature between the water tank and mounting holes
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ysl5710 wrote: I have Toilet

What does below mean? I don’t get it.

Can I use extension cord?

Requirements:
The USPA 6800 will fit all standard 2-piece and most 1-piece toilets
The USPA 6800 will not fit 1-piece toilets with curvature between the water tank and mounting holes
Yes you can use extension cord

See this picture for requirements. TYPE A and B : YES , TYPY C : NO

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get a drying one too more money but then you can go paper less
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Go to a costco warehouse to buy gift of membership ($60) and get $50 coupon to spend online (min order of $250). My total was $259.89 (tax included). You can apply the gift of membership to your membership renewal or give it to someone to get a year of costco membership.
Save a lot but end up spending more :confused:
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alexricher wrote: Should I order this one (6800) instead of the 4800 model @ $239.99? My delivery is tomorrow but I'm tempted by the drying feature + extra year of warranty of the 6800. Anyone has experience with them?
No idea but I ordered this one with the intention of looking them when they both come in and likely returning the lower model.
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Thanks OP, just ordered the 4800 today, luckily it hasn't been shipped, cancelled and reordered this model with the $50 promo code.
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Will this work? Sides are curvatured.
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In the same boat as the other one the ordered the 4800, I used the 20$ coupon on it too, what to do now...Is this version worth 70$ more ?

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