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[Costco] Costco.ca: Brondell Swash CL99 Non-electric Bidet Toilet Seat $79.99

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Newbie
Jul 15, 2017
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I bought an elongated seat and realized that my toilet is round when I got home. Looks like this one is going back and hoping that the round version comes in stock at some point.
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Jan 8, 2007
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Kingston
If anyone is upgrading from one of the other under seat units the fittings are not universal on the seat end so you’ll still need to replace the “t” junction and the seat to “t” connector hose. Fitted mine today. Not too bad, Teflon tape needed (comes in the kit), couple of small leaks at first but careful hand tightening sorted it all out. I like that the seat and bidet is all in one. It’s a lot sleeker than the unit and seat combo it replaced.
Jr. Member
Dec 1, 2007
107 posts
37 upvotes
Toronto
Like a few people on this thread I was very hesitant/skeptical to go the bidet route. I grabbed the $40 attachment (, and I am very happy I did! I’m not one of those whose who are 100% confident of abandoning TP, I use TP to pat the area dry, but I am definitely using less TP. Need to pat the area as TP would just shred if wiping wet areas.

The area does feel “fresher” Face With Tears Of Joy and wiping with TP seems so unnatural now. The stigma of bidets in North America needs to change. Bidets are a game changer.

One analogy which converted me - would you get into the shower, no water, and start scrubbing yourself with a dry towel? No. Then why would you do that after you go the washroom?

This video also helped,
Member
Jul 23, 2011
488 posts
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Winnipeg, MB
Anyone who installed this, can you tell me what the 3 small things are on the opposite side of the nozzle (left side of bidet when you are sitting on it). Is it to adjust angle or lid?
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Sep 1, 2005
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Markham
MTLCPA wrote: The cold water is a deal breaker for me. Waiting for an electric with heated water function to go on sale.
It's not COLD cold, it's usually room temp water. Unless you use a lot of water, the water in your water line going to your toilet is just sitting there until you run all of the water in the water line out in which case it gets replenished by fresh water from the main water system ie going into your house from the street.

Wake up in the morning and turn on the cold tap and feel the water (or even temp it) coming out of your water faucet. It should be room temp which is around 65-70F. That's what would be hitting your butt.
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May 22, 2005
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Kaida9 wrote: Anyone who installed this, can you tell me what the 3 small things are on the opposite side of the nozzle (left side of bidet when you are sitting on it). Is it to adjust angle or lid?
I think they are dummy plugs for the higher end models with more features, like the one with hot/cold.

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Jul 5, 2010
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FYI the cold/room temp is water is a complete non-issue with these. It might sound bad having cold water but it really isn’t uncomfortable.
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Oct 26, 2008
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BurritoJimmy1 wrote: I bought an elongated seat and realized that my toilet is round when I got home. Looks like this one is going back and hoping that the round version comes in stock at some point.
Mine actually fit pretty well on a round bowl, but each throne is a little different.
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Oct 26, 2008
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harrydeals wrote: Real? Or youre just joking?

Looking for a round one but looks like they're all sold out.
I have the elongated on a round bowl. Fits well, but i did some measuring first. You want to make sure the holes line up and the front lip overhang isn’t too drastic.
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Sep 14, 2012
753 posts
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Toronto
VanillaPep wrote: Don't you guys hose your bum when you shower?
You figure everyone just takes a shower after a deuce?
Member
Nov 3, 2009
362 posts
131 upvotes
Winnipeg
these are a game changer. Bought one 10 years ago, bought a second a couple month later for second toilet. you will always want to use it, and begin to hate pooping anywhere else. easy to install, easy to use. One of the best things I've ever bought.

previous posters are correct that cold water 'back there' would seem shocking, but it isn't at all. you aren't as sensitive to temps in that region. And another poster had a right comment- its usually room temp, not cold due to the sitting water in the line. If you have it on for say 20 seconds or so, the water changes from room temp to cold, but that still isn't a bad thing. barely noticable

Only caution- be careful with the pressure! probably obvious but start low. I've never gone about 25% and that's plenty.

I'm a huge promoter of bidets after getting one of these add on units
Newbie
Nov 14, 2017
36 posts
17 upvotes
Just got the $40 version installed, cold water is not an issue at all. For anyone that's on the edge, just go for it.
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Feb 23, 2004
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Toronto
I bought this and am having a hell of a time attaching the t-valve to the tank. it just won't screw on...I think the connector is too short. The bottom part of the tank thread is plastic and might be a bit dull, so it needs a deeper connector to attach
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Newbie
Apr 25, 2020
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organic_panic wrote: I have the elongated on a round bowl. Fits well, but i did some measuring first. You want to make sure the holes line up and the front lip overhang isn’t too drastic.
Can you measure the seat from mounting hole to front? Specs online say 20" but maybe itll be around 18" after installed. Might just be 2" overhand instead of 4" which feels too much...
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Jun 1, 2008
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Dash wrote: I bought this and am having a hell of a time attaching the t-valve to the tank. it just won't screw on...I think the connector is too short. The bottom part of the tank thread is plastic and might be a bit dull, so it needs a deeper connector to attach
Thats weird... Unless if your tank connector isn't standard size?
Jr. Member
Oct 27, 2011
142 posts
42 upvotes
Mississauga
Couldn't find any video instructions on how to use this

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