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[Costco] Brondell Swash 1000 Bidet Toilet Seat- 479$ after 200$ off

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[Costco] Brondell Swash 1000 Bidet Toilet Seat- 479$ after 200$ off

Hi,

I was looking for a bidet for my mom and I found out that the Brondell Swash 1000 is back at 479$.

Hope that helps
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Does anyone know if costco has a floor model so one can test it out before purchasing?
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RedStrikeCa wrote: Does anyone know if costco has a floor model so one can test it out before purchasing?
Yes, I took off my pants and gave my butt a good rinse. Don't know why they called the cops.
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Dave510 wrote: Yes, I took off my pants and gave my butt a good rinse. Don't know why they called the cops.
Similar are those people who asked if they could try the condoms before purchase..
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cec4111 wrote: Similar are those people who asked if they could try the condoms before purchase..
I just buy and return the used ones to Costco. They have the best return policy
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RedStrikeCa wrote: Does anyone know if costco has a floor model so one can test it out before purchasing?
Lol... Let me know when you do, I will avoid going to the same store..
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Interested but don't know anything about them. Is a seat just as good as a toilet with one built in? What kinda features should I be looking for? I have used them in Japan but never really thought much about it.
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Nov 23, 2008
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I bought two, installed one to try and promptly returned both. It is not a good bidet seat. The water takes 8-10 seconds to start spraying. Water pressure is low, dryer function is weak, and loud beeps everytime you click the remote. The "warm" water only last for a short time before going cold. The Swash 600 has better water pressure and worked great (I had two) before both started leaking after 7 month. I vowed never to buy Brondell product again.
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Dave510 wrote: Yes, I took off my pants and gave my butt a good rinse. Don't know why they called the cops.
Be honest...you know why!
You took your mask off. Didn’t you?
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PCAvalon wrote: Be honest...you know why!
You took your mask off. Didn’t you?
No, taking a dump is one of those rare times where I prefer a mask on than off!
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Thanks OP !

If anyone is interested in trying out a bidet, start with a Cold water one to see if you like it:

These attach to your fresh water intake (Easily in minutes) and they fit under your existing toilet seat.


Price $64.99
https://www.costco.ca/bio-bidet-elite3- ... 30186.html

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Or $39.99

https://www.costco.ca/brondell-simplesp ... 35190.html

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We have the 2nd one AND ZERO REGRETS, we use it everyday !
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Dave510 wrote: Yes, I took off my pants and gave my butt a good rinse. Don't know why they called the cops.
I was there. You missed a spot.
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IslandDeal wrote: If anyone is interested in trying out a bidet, start with a Cold water one to see if you like it:
Oooh... I think if we had bought the cold one to start off I would have ripped it out!!

For my wife and I anyway, the whole benefit of a bidet is the warm/hot rinse!

We were going to get one of the fancy $1,000-ish ones and decided to first try the simple hot/cold knob (~$45 on sale) ones - no power needed, just hook into water lines.

After using it for a while we decided to stick with it. Works great... can't go bidet-less now!
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canada_dry wrote: Oooh... I think if we had bought the cold one to start off I would have ripped it out!!

For my wife and I anyway, the whole benefit of a bidet is the warm/hot rinse!

We were going to get one of the fancy $1,000-ish ones and decided to first try the simple hot/cold knob (~$45 on sale) ones - no power needed, just hook into water lines.

After using it for a while we decided to stick with it. Works great... can't go bidet-less now!
Our tap water is 5 degrees right now.

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You get used to anything :)

With cold, I find you go numb within 1 second and you don't feel a thing.

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