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For sanitary operation, the retractable nozzle
only comes out when water is turned on.
To see the MB110's
dimensions and how it looks once installed, click here.
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Installs in Minutes
The Luxe Bidet MB110 Non-Electric Fresh-Water Bidet Spray attaches to and detaches from any elongated or round two-piece toilet, where the bowl and tank are separate units (to view a fitting chart with examples, click here). It easily installs in 10 to 15 minutes with the help of a standard screwdriver--no other tools are necessary.
Conveniently, all hoses, connectors, and other accessories are included, and all parts are designed to ensure a leak-proof and easy installation. In addition, like all Luxe bidets, the MB110 is individually tested for defects and is backed by a 12-month manufacturer's warranty.
What's in the Box
Luxe Bidet MB110 Non-Electric Fresh-Water Bidet Spray with Single Nozzle, all required hoses and adapters, and installation instructions.
The discreet control panel features controls for water pressure. View larger.
Super simple. Depending on your set up, you may need a wrench to loosen/tighten the hoses. Read more
It was extremely easy to install and works like a charm,love it!Published 2 days ago by Persio Paulino
I was curious about a bidet after hearing Bobby Kelly talk about it. This was s cheap option and may I say the best money I've spent in years! Read morePublished 3 days ago by chris markle
I brought 2 the 1st one started to leak from the blastic pip and we had to take it off after 2 months and the 2nd one did the same thing but after 5 months it is the worst... Read morePublished 6 days ago by jeannette awad
This is my second bidet, the first one sprung a leak in the 90 degree connector under the seat, just above the sprayer. It lasted about 2 years. The replacement is working fine. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Dave Cook