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Bio Bidet – An Affordable Premier Class Bidet Toilet Seat
“Water Does it Better” – Says One Bidet Expert
When you have the word ‘Bidet’ in your name, you better live up to expectations. In the commercial world, that’s a dangerous feat in the naming of a company. It takes guts, foresight, confidence, and an unwavering focus to shoulder a name you’ve announced to the world of what you are.
While Bio Bidet isn’t the only company with ‘Bidet’ in the name, it certainly deserves every bit of its success. Founded in 2008, and headquartered in Crystal Lake, IL, it has since produced some of the best bidet toilet seats which quality parallels the 100 years old Japanese smart toilet and washlet maker.
But let’s not get carried away with what they have achieved (who cares anyway). You are here because you want to know which Bio Bidet bidet toilet seats can best meet your needs and how damaging they are to your wallet. And you are probably overwhelmed by all the reviews you have read.
You have come to the right place because this review will uncover every single bidet seat that the company offers. And help you organized your selection process so you won’t end up wasting time and money acquiring a BioBidet seat with features you don’t need.
With Bio Bidet’s extensive range of smart bidet seats, from the Premier class right down to the simple bidet attachments, you are sure to find one you like and within your budget.
Excellent Build Quality
Quality is what makes Bio Bidet stood out and recognized as a
force bidet to be reckoned with. When you give your all to even the finest details, you are unlikely to incur the dreaded consumers’ wrath.
So, what are the factors that contribute to the perception that Bio Bidet is a high-quality product?
Aesthetic appears to be a core design principle with Bio Bidet. Every bidet is designed to meld and fit snuggly on any regular elongated or round bowl toilets. The immaculate finishing, shape, and proportion will align your perception towards a high-quality product.
And beneath that assuring appearance are some patented innovations that guarantee optimum performance. From the powerful active carbon deodorizer to the motor-driven nozzle mechanism, accuracy and consistency are no coincidence. You will get that predictable cleanliness every single time.
Unless you are already a bidet seat user and experienced to know what you must have or don’t need, it helps to familiarize yourself with the features first before a purchase decision. So let’s move on to the impressive features that make Bio Bidet a serious contender in the ever-crowded bidet seat marketplace.
Unique Features With No Rivalry
Some of the most notable features that give Bio Bidet an edge over its rivals are the wash function and the self-cleaning nozzle system. And the comprehensive industry-standard features all add up to make it a recognized brand in the industry.
Patented 3-in-1 Nozzle System
Standard wands are usually of the 2 nozzle design, one for posterior and the other for feminine wash. Some bidet seats may even come with 2 wands with each nozzle to serve the rear and front wash, respectively.
BioBidet is the only bidet seat that comes with a three nozzle system. That is, having all 3 nozzles on a single wand. Two of them are for the usual posterior and anterior wash, and a third wash, the signature Vortex water stream. That’s one wash feature you will need when you are having a tough time getting rid of your used meals.
And another patent (pending) feature, the Hydro-Flush, offers an unprecedented way of nozzle self-cleaning. But it is only available on the BB-2000 and BB-1700. You will find out how it works a little further down.
There are two versions of the 3-in-1 nozzle system. The stainless steel wand is available on all the premier class models, while the luxury class bidets mostly come with an antimicrobial plastic wand. The 3-port nozzle tip is detachable on both the stainless steel and plastic wand for manual cleaning and sanitization.
The Vortex Wash & Turbo Wash
The vortex wash is sort of like an enema. It is a stronger spray with a helix motion water stream. If you are a regular bidet seat user, you can feel the difference and love it when you are in constipation.
You know that (frustrating) moment when you push the spray to the max and still not getting the power to reach further into your rear…
Well, now you can get all the spray power you want with the vortex water stream. It’s no gimmick. The stimulation on the rectum that relaxes the rectal muscles for a smoother evacuation is real with the Vortex wash.
But not all models come with this feature. If this is what you are looking for, below are the bidet seat models with the Vortex enema function.
In some models, the enema wash is called Turbo Wash instead of Vortex on their feature list. They are not the same thing. The Turbo wash is essentially a water stream with higher water volume giving it a richer and more satisfying wash. It doesn’t spiral like the Vortex.
Bidet Models With The Vortex & Turbo Wash
The dirtiest part of the bidet has to be the nozzle. This is because it is closest to you-know-where during a wash. And it took the blunt of the dirty water splashes reflected from your rear. Some bits and pieces of waste may land and stick onto the wand. And like with all bidet seats, Bio Bidet also has the self-cleaning function. But the cleaning is just rinsing off whatever material is on the exterior.
What if there is dirt that gets stuck and anchored in the nozzle?
Though the chances of that happening are pretty remote, it’s not impossible. And given that there are three ports on the nozzle, especially with the Vortex wash, you can’t be that sure.
That’s when the Hydro-Flush comes into play. It cleanses inside-out where water flows (internally) through the nozzle at high pressure, flushing out any water minerals and debris.
The Hydro-Flush is unique, a feature not seen from all of its competition. It ensures the nozzle exterior and interior is free from any debris, thereby reduces any chances of unwanted microbial growth.
The only two bidet seat models with the Hydro-Flush inside-out nozzle cleaning are the Bliss BB-2000 and Bliss BB-1700.
Standard Industry Features
Though the above features are good to have, they are not common across all BioBidet bidet seats. But that does not make the models without those features any less desirable. The standard wash functions are more than acceptable to the majority of users. And a decent hygiene standard is maintained with the self-cleaning functions, even with the lowest priced model.
So here are the standard features common with most mid to top range electric bidet toilet seats. Bio Bidet has them all except maybe a few features that are not included in a few models. And probably those are the ones that you can do without to save you some money.
- Oscillating And Pulsating Water Stream
- Patent-Pending Nozzle Self-Cleaning Mechanism
- Powerful Odor Remover
- Warm Air Dryer
- Welcoming Warm Seat
- Intuitive Control And All Other Features
Oscillating And Pulsating Water Stream Standard Features
You can use a soothing massage wash with either the oscillating or pulsating spray at the touch of the button. And you can adjust the nozzle position for a thorough clean.
The nozzle also infuses air bubbles into the water stream (known as aeration) for a softer impact on your delicate area. Even better, you have full control of the water temperature and pressure via the remote control or the side panel.
Patent-Pending Nozzle Self-Cleaning Mechanism Standard Features
The self-cleaning of the nozzle is another notable feature of Bio Bidet. It uses a patent-pending nozzle drive system that operates the wand’s rapid movement during the auto-cleaning process. It has an assisting guide belt that eliminates any risk of jamming and offers a quieter and smoother movement of the wand.
All Bio Bidet electric bidet seats come with a self-cleaning nozzle. And it cleans itself after every wash with water that flushes through its exterior, removing any dirt that may have stuck on the wand surface.
Powerful Odor Remover Standard Features
If you have a toilet in a small space, like under the stairs or in an enclosed location with poor ventilation, a deodorizer is a must. And one which isn’t using chemicals to mask the odor but effectively removed it from the air.
And the deodorizer that comes with the Bio Bidet bidet seat is equipped with a powerful suction fan and active carbon (charcoal) for removing odor effectively. The cartridge form active carbon is inexpensive and easy to replace.
However, the deodorizer is only available on some models. So if this is a must-have for you, make sure to look for it in the feature list.
All the Premier Class models will have this feature. And only the BB-1000 SUPREME and USPA 6800U from the Luxury Class come with this odor removing function.
Warm Air Dryer Standard Features
When you are done with your dumping and washing, hit the air dryer button and a gust of warm air goes to dry your derrière. OK, using gust to describe the air strength is, frankly, over the top. It’s far from it. You will need to hit the air dryer button several times before you are truly satisfied.
But to be fair, it’s not just Bio Bidet; all bidet seat dryers can’t blow dry with just one hit. You can’t expect a tiny fan motor to produce an airflow like a commercial hand dryer. You may need to use paper to dab dry if you are in a hurry. But it is nice and warm, and the air temperature is adjustable to your liking.
Can you go without the air dryer?
All the bidet seat models in the Premier Class come with a warm air dryer. Only four models in the Luxury Class do not have the drying function.
Welcoming Warm Seat Standard Features
Except for the non-electric models, a heated seat is not an option for any decent quality bidet toilet seat. Wherever you are with the weather, you can’t opt out of this feature. But you sure can turn it off if you don’t need the heat on your butt.
All Bio Bidet electric bidets are equipped with a heated seat with variable temperatures.
Intuitive Control And All Other Features Standard Features
All the functions, be it on demand or preset, can be executed on either the remote control or side panels. The button labels on the control are pretty self-explanatory with texts and icons. And the more advanced models will have an LCD screen that offers greater ease in operating and presetting the respective features.
The models with remote control are more popular with users as it offers mobility and flexibility. However, the side control panel is a favorite among those who don’t want to deal with battery replacement and the frustration of misplacing the RC. So this is also a consideration when deciding on which bidet model to buy.
And here are all the other features that come with the respective models.
- Night light – Helps you navigate to the toilet in the dark if you don’t want to turn on the blinding bathroom light.
- Energy-saving – This can help prevent the bloat on your utility bills.
- Sittable lid – In a tight space corner, you can appreciate a little convenience when you can sit on the lid to trim or polish your toenails. But if you weighed more than 200 pounds, please use a sturdy chair.
- Quick-release for easy cleaning – Don’t forget to unplug the power before doing your “favorite” cleaning sport.
- Easy nozzle replacement – You can have a personal nozzle if you feel icky about sharing. But please don’t keep it next to your toothbrush or other personal effects.
- User Preset – There are only two users preset. So keep one for the person you love most because you don’t want to fight over a trivial wash setting and spoil the relation.
Sitz Bath – A Non-Feature Feature
You don’t need a Bio Bidet bidet to have the Sitz-Bath function. Honestly, it is rather gimmicky to list that as a feature. The “feature” is achieved by simply lowering the water pressure, be it on the posterior or feminine wash mode, to simulate a sitz bath feel.
As long as you can control the water temperature and pressure, whether it’s a Bio Bidet, Brondell, or TOTO, you can create a sitz bath. So don’t freak out when you received your bidet seat and can’t find anywhere in the instruction manual on how to activate a Sitz-Bath.
Power Rating Vs Heater Type Vs Slimness
One of the aspects of choosing a bidet seat is aesthetic. You want the seat to look good on your toilet. Those slim seats have proven to attract most users or close to looking like a normal toilet seat as much as possible. Then you will need to understand and identify the types of water heater used on the bidet seat.
There are three types of water heaters (Bio Bidet has all three) – The tank type, ceramic heater, and hybrid combine both tank and ceramic heating. So how different are they and which is a better heating system?
All three heater systems have their advantages and disadvantages. And you can easily differentiate them through their power rating or physical appearance.
The 3 Water Heater Types
The tank-type water heater is the most common and has a long history. The bidet will have a storage tank in it, and water is pre-heated and stored in the tank.
And to serve you warm water on demand, the heater needs to be turned on continuously. So it is not so energy efficient compared to the other heating systems. Besides, the warm water supply is limited by the tank capacity.
Typically you can get continuous warm water for about 30 to 50 seconds before cold water kicks in. You will have to stop the spray and wait some minutes before warm water resume.
You can easily identify a bidet that uses a tank-type heater by its appearance. Because to accommodate the tank, the bidet will have a high back, so it can’t be slim. And the power rating typically ranges from 400W to 600W.
The main advantage of a tank-type heater is the strong water pressure it provides because it has an inbuilt pump. So if you prefer a powerful spray over anything else, choose a BioBidet bidet seat with a water tank heater. Heater Types
Contrary to the tank-type heater, the bidet seat that uses the ceramic heating element does not require a tank. That’s due to the quick heating nature of ceramic at high power; water is heated up instantly. And because there is no need to pre-heat the water, you can enjoy an unlimited warm water supply for as long as you want.
Since there is no tank, the bidet can be made slimmer. But the drawback is a high power rating. Typically, the power rating of a bidet that uses the ceramic heater starts from 1000W to 1400W. That’s twice the power of the tank heater.
But the good news is, you don’t use that much power continuously. The heater only gets activated when you are seated. Once you get up from the bidet seat, the power to the heater is switched off automatically.
You can compare the power consumption between the ceramic heater and the tank-type heating system with simple mental math.
(Ceramic) 1200 watts for 10 minutes each time versus (Tank) 500 watts for 24/7, which one consumes the most energy?
That’s obvious. The energy consumption of the tank-type adds up significantly over 24 hours.
But of course, no one says you must turn on the tank heater 24 hours every day. You can switch on the tank heater at the start; by the time you are done dumping, the water in the tank may be ready for you. What about number 1? …¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The main disadvantage of a ceramic heater is the lower water pressure it produces. This is because it doesn’t have a pump since there isn’t a tank in the bidet. Heater Types
The Hybrid System
Finally, the best of both worlds, if you will. The hybrid system has the characteristics of both the tank and the ceramic heater. It has a tank with an inbuilt pump, and it uses the ceramic heating element.
By comparison, the tank is smaller, so it doesn’t give you that bulky look like the tank-type. And it has the same power rating as the ceramic heater. So you get unlimited warm water on demand with strong spraying power.
Appearance wise, the hybrid models are not as slim as the ceramic type. But it can be hard to differentiate at times. So the best way to tell is the name or description provided by the manufacturer. And Bio Bidet tells it like it is, the Hybrid Heating System.
And a higher cost is the main disadvantage of a hybrid system. Heater Types
“You need not be too concerned about the heater type you are getting with the Bio Bidet model you like. The differences are there, but they are hardly felt under normal use unless you have the habit of extending the spray time, like over a minute continuously. Then the ceramic or hybrid heater is more suitable for you.”
The Company’s 3 Classes Of Butt Washer
There are three classes of bidet seats offered by Bio Bidet previously. They are the Premier Class, Luxury Class, and Economy Class. But now, all the bidet seats are simply grouped into ‘Bidet Seats’, including the non-electric model, Slim Zero. The other products like the integrated toilets and bidet attachments belong to ‘Bidet Toilets’ and ‘Bidet Attachments.’
That makes sense and gives users the benefit of clarity when surfing the company’s website.
But since this Bio Bidet review was written before the change in product grouping, let’s keep it that way. And the newer models like the Discovery LBS and LW-1000 are added to the respective class.
Except for the Slim Zero Bidet Seat, the Economy Class now consists of all the non-electric bidet attachments. And between the Premier Class and Luxury Class, the prices range from $199 up to $899.
Anything below $599, you will be looking in the Luxury range. So that will save you precious time and from feeling overwhelmed looking through the entire range. Or you can begin with the features to chart your preferences and narrow them down to the model that best meets your requirements and budget.
Let’s begin with the Premier Class. That’s where the buzz is for anyone looking for spa-like treatment and unprecedented cleanliness in toileting.
The Premier Class
In this Premier Class, you can see all of Bio Bidet’s best features. Like the 3-in-1 nozzle system, Hydro-Flush, and the industry’s only Vortex or Turbo wash.
There are six premier models altogether, including the IB-835 INTEGRATED (discontinued), an integrated bidet toilet system. More details here.
And the premier class is where you get the most out of your dollar if you want all of the features you have learned. The lowest-priced model in this category is the A8 Serenity which comes with a free Biomist bidet cleaner.
Again, a reminder here. Not all models in this class have all the features mentioned above. So pick the model that best meets your requirement and budget. But there are only 6 models here, so you should be able to narrow down to the right bidet seat with ease.
Here are all the 6 premier Bio Bidet seat models with their respective features.
The Luxury Class offers a wider range of electric bidet seats. It is compatible with most other prominent brands in the marketplace. And some models share the same signature features seen on the premier models, like the patented 3-in-1 nozzle system and the Vortex wash or other enema wash function.
A total of 11 bidet seats are in this category. Three are from USPA, a European branch of the Korean conglomerate IS Dongseo, which produces the USPA-6800U, USPA-6800, and UB-4800 DIVINE (or USPA 4800).
And this is where most folks would end up with a budget of around $500 or less for an electric bidet toilet seat. The lowest-priced model in this category is the SLIM ONE; at about $200, you get the 3-in-1 nozzle with the turbo wash — great value for money.
Sounds good enough for you? Here are all the Bio Bidet Luxury Class Bidet Toilet Seats.
Economy Class Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Seats & Attachments
When you can’t have a power outlet anywhere near the toilet, these manual bidet seats and attachments are your best alternative. Though it doesn’t offer the convenience of those electric versions, you can still enjoy the clean wash it provides.
Even if you need warm water, the BB-270 DUO bidet attachment has a provision for hot water supply. Just run a separate water supply line from the nearest hot water source (sink, tub) to the bidet attachment. And it works like the premier or luxury class bidets with adjustable water temperature and pressure. It comes with a self-cleaning dual nozzle for a posterior and feminine wash, respectively.
There are a total of 9 products in this category – 1 seat (SLIM ZERO), 5 attachments, 1 handheld bidet sprayer, and 2 travel bidets.
Except for the Slim Zero bidet seat, the rest of the models cost no more than $100. So if you are just trying out, these manual bidet seats or attachments will be a good start without breaking the bank.
To use these non-electric bidet seats or bidet attachments, make sure the water pressure is within the range of 20 to 80 psi.
*Please look out for the water pressure limit in the specification sheet/Owner’s Manual of the respective bidet seat or attachment.
Most homes should have no problem meeting the water pressure range. But if you aren’t sure, get one of these Water Pressure Test Gauge to measure the pressure at the water supply valve. It’s super easy to use. Simply screw the pressure gauge onto the shut-off valve and turn on the supply to the maximum, and you get the reading right away.
The Integrated Bidet Toilets
Integrated bidet toilets are growing in demand. And it seems to fill the gap between the full-fledged smart toilet and the top-end conventional ceramic tank and bowl. If the budget is barely sufficient for an intelligent potty, have a look at what Bio Bidet has to offer.
The company now offers three toilet bidet combo with features at almost neck to neck with those expensive smart toilets.
Build to resemble the high-tech potty, its functions and performance are nowhere inferior to some well-known smart toilet brands out there. If you plan to replace your old tank and bowl toilet and add a bidet seat, consider one of these integrated bidet toilets a viable option.
- DISCOVERY DLX BIDET TOILET – less than $3,000
- PRODIGY SMART TOILET – less than $2,500
- IB-835 INTEGRATED (discontinued) – slightly cheaper than the Prodigy
Depending on your preferences, one of these smart bidet toilets will fulfill your desire to own a piece of advanced toilet technology without breaking the bank.
Whether it is to blend in with your expensive bathroom decor or improve on the hygiene level and convenience, or for simplicity in maintenance, any one of them fits the bill.
However, the IB-835 is dated and may retire soon; it is still available for purchase on BioBidet.com when this review was updated in June 2021. Users love its simple construction and easy maintenance. So if that’s what you are after, get it before it is gone for good. But please check with the company for parts and service support when it is finally discontinued.
Otherwise, you still have the Discovery DLX bidet toilet and Prodigy Smart toilet to consider if you are wary of acquiring an end-of-life product. And if you look at the prices, they are not very far apart. At least the difference between the IB-835 and Prodigy is only $100.
The Prodigy will be a nice replacement for the IB-835 with the added auto open and close seat feature. And it is a dual flush toilet with auto-detect, which activates and dispenses the right flush volume as it adjusts to your habits. But of course, you will still have full control over these automatic functions via the remote control.
You can choose between 1.2 gpf or 0.9 gpf flush volume on the Prodigy Smart Toilet if you want to override the auto flush. The IB-835 has a single flush volume of 1.6 gpf and without an auto-detect function.
On the appearance, the Prodigy has a contemporary look with a rectangular shaped bowl. But if you prefer a conventional elongated bowl, the Discovery DLX bidet toilet is a better-looking toilet than the IB-835. It also packs more features than the Prodigy and IB-835 combined.
The UV sterilization and Kick control features are probably why the Discovery DLX is tagged with a higher price. However, between the Discovery DLX and the Prodigy Smart toilet, the difference is a reasonable $300.
Find out more about Prodigy and Discovery DLX in this Bio Bidet’s Smart Bidet Toilet Review.
They Have Listened & Improved
Previously, this section presents our disappointment with Bio Bidet for not having a nozzle sanitizing function for all its bidet seats (see image below). However, the disadvantage is now gone with the introduction of two new hygiene features seen in the model DISCOVERY DLS BIDET SEAT.
The Discovery DLS uses ultra-violet light to sanitize the wand automatically after every use. After cleaning you, the nozzle gets rinse with water and retracts back and begins the UV sterilization.
You may think this is nothing new as Kohler already has this feature aeons ago. True, but the difference is that the UV treatment is after every use and not on a daily basis, as in the case of KOHLER. The hygiene level of this Discovery DLS bidet seat should be on par with TOTO’s eWater+ system.
The other feature is rare even among the established bidet brands is the auto opening and closing of the seat. And if you like, you can also override or initiate the seat/lid opening and closing via the remote control.
Plus, the Discovery DLS bidet has a different twist to the Vortex or Turbo wash – Introducing the Dynamic Stream. Instead of a stronger water stream to penetrate deeper, the Dynamic Stream rapidly alternates the water temperature to stimulate bowel movements.
The nozzle sanitization and auto seat should be a familiar sight if you are a TOTO washlet user. But the biggest win compared to TOTO is probably the price.
And will Bio Bidet continue to roll out new bidet seat models with these hygiene features? Hopefully so judging from the current development, the future certainly looks promising if they kept the momentum of innovating and improving their product offerings.
Choosing The Right Size Seat
Before you begin your bidet shopping fun, please do this necessary step if this is your first time. Skipping this step may lead to frustrations later when you discover the Bio Bidet bidet seat you bought is not a good fit. Worst case, you can’t even use it if your toilet is of a certain build.
But nothing complicated here; it is the same way you choose your replacement seat. It only takes one minute to find out if you should go for an elongated or round seat. Pretty straightforward. So grab your tape measure and follow these steps.
Measure the bolt hole distance, center to center. The minimum has to be 5.5″ and up to 7.5″ max., and anything in between you are good to go.
Measure from the center of the bolt hole to the front tip of the bowl. If the measurement is 16-1/16″ (408mm) or less, choose a round seat model. Anything after 16-1/16″ up to 18-1/16″ (459mm), go for the elongated seat model.
Ensure you have a minimum distance of 1.5″ clearance between the bolt hole center and the tank. Anything short of the minimum distance will interfere with the full opening of the seat and cover. Or you won’t be able to mount the seat at all.
With the measurement obtain, compare with the model you are interested in and see how close it matches. If the length (bolt hole to bowl tip) is a bit short or long, you will get that little under or overhang. That’s OK as long as it sits sturdily on the bowl.
One final step, and this is crucial. If you have a one-piece toilet with a deep French curve connecting the tank and the bowl, the bidet seat might not fit properly. The issue is likely that the back of the seat is resting on the curve that obstructed access to the mounting holes.
Example of toilets with a French curve between the tank and bowl.
If you aren’t sure at all, your best bet is to contact Bio Bidet customer support for their advice. They have got excellent customer support to provide you with all the answers you need for your purchase.
What Are You Looking For In A Bidet Seat? (Features vs Models)
If you have read this far, you should know the features you want or must-have. So to make it easy for you to choose, let’s list what the standard features are and what other features go with which model.
Standard features come with every Bio Bidet bidet (including the 3 USPA bidets) regardless of class. But of course, they don’t apply to the economy class or non-electric models.
- Oscillating Wash
- Pulsating Wash
- Posterior & Feminie Wash
- Wide Spray
- Self-Cleaning Nozzle
- Adjustable Seat Temperature
- Adjustable Water Temperature
- Adjustable Water Pressure
- Adjustable Nozzle Position
- Slow Closing Seat and Lid
- Quick Release Seat
- Power Saving
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It’s a safe bet to go with a Bio Bidet electric bidet seat. Given its high build quality and industry-standard features, and thousands of satisfied users, you can’t go wrong.
Though lacking in the self-sterilizing function on the premier class models, hygiene is never compromised except for the Discover DLS. It is a good-to-have feature but not a must for most people. Even some of the top-end smart toilets are not equipped with an active sanitizing feature. However, the auto-cleaning of the nozzle is thorough enough to get you a clean spray every time.
And don’t worry about the type of heaters that are used on the respective bidet seats. But if you prefer an uninterrupted warm water spray wash, the hybrid or ceramic heaters will be more suitable for you. Or if you need a stronger spray, the tank-type heater is ideal, but it has a limit on warm water spray time. So it’s up to your preference.
The wand or nozzle hardly needs replacement. Whether it is stainless steel or plastic, they are durable and will last for many years to come. Even if you need to replace the nozzle, it’s easily done, and Bio Bidet carries a comprehensive parts inventory ready to support you.
Last but not least, the customer service of Bio Bidet is top-notch and professional. Shoot them with any questions you may have; whether it is pre-sale or post-sale, you will hear from them within 24 hours, guaranteed.
Excellent customer service is always a trait of a good company. You are in good hands for sure when you own any of the bidet toilet seats from Bio Bidet.