came here to type this. i have the exact unit reviewed, and i can’t imagine going above the 3rd dot, which is powerful enough to almost make me wince a little.
actually, this is incorrect: it comes from the wall, but BEFORE the tank. i would hate to use the water that is in my tank, since i put those bleaching things in there. no bleachwater spraying my butthole, please!
My wife needed one after she broker her wrist, and had some issues. We’re on our second one (the first one broke, and was flopping around under the seat…), and it’s the one reviewed. Luckily, we live in Florida, and so our water is definitely warmer than were we grew up, Ohio, and it’s not much of a problem. Even connected to a hot water line up north like Ohio would be a problem because you’d already be clean by the time you got to any hot water.
Full pressure first time? It’s a wonder you aren’t bleeding!
Bidet is no longer Vice President, so who’s paying them?
For what it’s worth, this particular model — of which I am a proud owner — connects by inserting a t-joint between the water source and the tank, so it is in fact coming from the pipe. I live in northern Montana, it gets plenty cold in the winter, and the cold water really isn’t that much of an issue.
It’s good, but let’s not get carried away. All product reviews exist in the shadow of George Takei’s…
26,100 of 26,347 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for an Starfleet Helmsman, April 17, 2013
By George Takei
My husband Brad always warns me not to try and update my Facebook page while I’m driving. “You’ll hit another pedestrian,” he says. “This isn’t the Enterprise, there isn’t a deflector array.” Then along comes a miracle product like this! I can now happily fly at warp speed down the streets of Los Angeles, laptop or mobile device perched right in front of me, so I can keep both eyes right on it AND on the road. It’s so much easier to ignore all the frightened screams and annoying honking when you’ve got Facebook to look at while driving. Thank you, Wheelmate!
…or like trying to forget that simile.
If you have hemmorhoids, or are dating a French person, this cheap bidet is butts-down the fav for cleaning some Boing Boing hiney.
As a (half) French person dating an American, I am amused and curious about the meaning here.
I am altering the deal.,[quote=“orenwolf, post:21, topic:101619”]
I am now tempted to crowdfund a full-featured Japanese deluxe toilet seat with Bidet for Jason just for the review of each feature…
The plain word for toilet is benjo (便所?, place of convenience or place of excrement), from the word ben (便?) meaning “convenience” or “excrement”, and this word is fairly common.
That’s an … interesting… word to have around. I shall never look at convenient labour saving devices in quite the same way again.
Way ahead of you…looks like Brondell’s already made this happen.
Said it last time, will say it again: bidets and squat toilets give you hope for humanity.
Ok, I LITERALLY just installed mine 30 minutes ago, and tried it for the first time. I was expecting shock and awfully chilly sensations in areas I prefer not to speak of, but it was actually no big deal. Granted, it’s 90 degrees outside at the moment, but I don’t see how that’s relevant.
It still requires an outlet behind the toilet, which is not common – i would have no way to plug it in.
Which one did you get? I just got the one reviewed to “dip my toe in the water” (eww), but I really want one with a dryer. This one is the one I’ve been thinking of getting.
just sitting on the can, vaping, and listening to a how to code bundle through my headphones via my lifetime vpn…
Living the #BoingBoingLife
I laughed, I cried. Best review on Broadway this season!
I thought the water came from the water line going INTO the toilet tank, which, in the case of my Dad’s place, hangs under the house, outside the insulation, in 10 below zero weather.
That damn water NEVER gets warm.
That was exactly what came to my mind!