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[Costco] Brondell SimpleSpa Thinline Dual Nozzle Bidet 39.99

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[Costco] Brondell SimpleSpa Thinline Dual Nozzle Bidet 39.99

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Haven't seen it in stock for a while. Good stuff.
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I bought one of these to try them out last time they showed up. Don't use them on full power. Do not.

Other than that, TP budget much lower. Install was easy.
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atsak wrote: I bought one of these to try them out last time they showed up. Don't use them on full power. Do not.

Other than that, TP budget much lower. Install was easy.
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atsak wrote: I bought one of these to try them out last time they showed up. Don't use them on full power. Do not.

Other than that, TP budget much lower. Install was easy.
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Bought these last time. Didn't use the hot water hookup (includes plug cap). Wife loves it , installed one in another bathroom. Install was easy. Def recommended.
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I bought 2 last time. Running very well, no leaks so far. Very easy to install. Just be careful which way the black rubber is facing when connecting the hose. I should of bought this years ago.
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atsak wrote: I bought one of these to try them out last time they showed up. Don't use them on full power. Do not.

Other than that, TP budget much lower. Install was easy.
Forget full power, don't even go 1/4 power! Shoots harder than a super soaker unless there's a way to lessen the water pressure?
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Dbang86 wrote: Forget full power, don't even go 1/4 power! Shoots harder than a super soaker unless there's a way to lessen the water pressure?
There's probably a way to put a limiter in, but ya, just turn it 1/4 unless you need to lance a hemmroid or something.
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I bought 4 of these so far. First one, 6 months ago. The rest during the holidays to install in other houses.
I had issue with one. Bad washer. One toilet also had a weird design an had to buy an 6" extension from the reservoir. So I had enough room to install the metal T fitting.
Just the extension cost almost as much as the bidet....

Otherwise, great value for the money.
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Just confirming I can hook up hot and cold pipes with it... Or it be too cold brrrrrr!
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WeedKiller wrote: Just confirming I can hook up hot and cold pipes with it... Or it be too cold brrrrrr!
That model is cold water only. I have it installed on our toilets and really, even though it's cold, it's really not that bad and much less hassle than having to run hot and cold to it. This is a simple hookup - up and running in <5 minutes.
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Are cold water bidets useful in Toronto? I have always had hot water ones... And never thought of giving a try to cold stream.. anyone who can advise if they are useful in winter days at 7 am for a family of 4?
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i have this unit... slowly operate the knobs as fair warning


what are the main differences between this one and the recent bidet that was on sale at costco? This one works great! bungholes never been cleaner and TP usage is down 50% at least
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WeedKiller wrote: Just confirming I can hook up hot and cold pipes with it... Or it be too cold brrrrrr!
jinneebhat wrote: Are cold water bidets useful in Toronto? I have always had hot water ones... And never thought of giving a try to cold stream.. anyone who can advise if they are useful in winter days at 7 am for a family of 4?
Well you use water that is already been sitting in the pipe for a while. I guess it depends from person to person, but it doesn't bother me at all.
Anyhow, for 40$ you cannot go wrong and Costco takes anything back.
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For those that have a bidet, I assume you all still use TP to wipe off the excess water, TP is still needed but just not as much?
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brought this in last wave. Room temp. water isn't bad, just turn on the water slowly. It feels clean for #2, and yes still uses small amount of TP to wipe.
Using it in the cold winter days, and the WC is on top of the garage, so it's always cold. The tile floors are colder then the water.

Easy to install, recommend to replace other connecting pipes while you at it (flexi hose) if your existing washroom doesn't have it already.
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ordered 4 but needed to add to cart one by one, not sure why they don't allow you to change the qty of item !
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Does it use battery or require power outlet?
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jpg wrote: Bought these last time. Didn't use the hot water hookup (includes plug cap). Wife loves it , installed one in another bathroom. Install was easy. Def recommended.
Does it comes with dual inlets for hot and cold?

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