|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||15.4 x 9.15 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||SS-150|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Brondell Bidet - Thinline SimpleSpa SS-150 Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment in White with Self Cleaning Nozzle
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- THIN AND SIMPLE: no toilet seat gap, at 0. 2 inches the Thinline SimpleSpa is slimmer and thinner than other bidet attachments
- CLEAN AND REFRESHING: fresh water spray bidet with nozzle guard and self-cleaning retractable nozzle
- TRUE PRESSURE CONTROL: smooth turning controls make pressure adjustment easy and give you ultimate control unlike stepping pressure systems that have preset pressure levels
- QUALITY COMPONENTS – EASY TO INSTALL: very slim and strong with metal braided hose and t-valve with SafeCore Internal Valve, no plumber or tools needed for installation
- PREMIUM BRAND YOU CAN TRUST: from the leader in bidet products - Brondell
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Simple. Secure. Clean. At just 0. 2 inches, the SimpleSpa is one of the thinnest bidet attachments on the market. Its thin profile keeps your toilet seat level, unlike thicker attachments. This not only reduces the unsightly gap between your toilet seat and toilet fixture, it also eliminates the stress points that can cause seat cracking. The SimpleSpa's durable brass and ceramic internal components won't corrode or wear down and are protected by the sonic-sealed outer shell. This secure attachment body offers multiple layers of leak protection. Customer your wash experience with a quick turn of the control knob. The SimpleSpa comes with all the parts needed for a standard installation, including a durable metal hose and metal t-valve. Features like the nozzle guard and retractable nozzle ensure that you wash is always clean and hygienic. Simple. Secure. Clean.
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Edit: I've been powerwashing my posterior for a year and a half with great results. I don't blow through half a roll of toilet paper in a single sitting anymore, so it has definitely paid for itself many times over, but I've still found the nozzle to be a little too concentrated and turning the knob slightly more than you should could result in what I'm guessing could be considered a low colonic. If you crank the water up and point just the right way, you'll know what I'm talking about. Other than that, I've found that diet plays a role in how functional this can be. Don't expect 100% the first shot after a night of stromboli rolls or churrascaria, you'll need to have a couple of goes at it with a little spot check in between. My OCD is to the level that, I'm probably the only bidet owner in the world that can still clog his toilet with TP despite having this contraption - strombolis don't help with that either. I've tried models from other brands and their jets seem far less invasive, but for the money, I really can't complain. If this one goes (no pun intended), I'll probably level up to one that doesn't want to rip my skin off. But on a good note, if you've got hemorrhoids, this thing will either reduce the swelling and irritation from wiping or it'll waterjet those puppies right off of your body - not sure which one happens, but it's definitely worth looking into if you're one of the many with those little PITA.
I'm glad people in America are finally embracing these things. Sometimes it takes a pandemic to change a centuries old way of thinking. While the hoarders are busy wiping with napkins, paper towels, dirty dish rags, old socks and carpet samples, sophisticated folks are finally enjoying a clean cornhole for the first time in their lives. I'm glad I jumped ahead of the curve 2 years ago. I, like many, was reluctant until that fateful evening of a hemorrhoid that just wouldn't quit and a rectum that damn near killed 'em. Since then, I've used the travel model as well and have had very little issues despite business travel and overeating slowly putting me into an early grave.
What has really converted me is the pressure control on the Brondell. The Brondell is less touchy than the Luxe Bidet at adjusting water pressure. The Luxe Bidet has issues with spraying too hard. This is even after adding a valve at the toilet to try to reduce the pressure on the Luxe Bidet. The pressure is still too high. It just doesn't have as comfortable a spray as the Brondell. The Brondell thinline is also easier to clean and has a really attractive low profile design.. It has no curves or grooves for dust to collect. I had my reservations because it is really thin, and it has very different looking controls, but once installed it has performed very well. It is very ergonomic and easy to control. The longer we have had it the more we like it. In the end, I prefer it ;) I liked the price point well enough to purchase a second Brondell thinline for our third bathroom.
I did the installations myself. I didn't find it too difficult and appreciated the included plumbers tape. The only difficulty I had was with the threads on the bidet line. They are plastic and you have to be careful not to cross thread them. (Everything else is bronze and they cheaped out here) It was pretty straightforward and took about 20 minutes. You'll need the same tools you use to take off and replace your toilet seat.
One day, I hope to be able to afford the luxury of one of Brondells upper models, until then, the Thinline model is the best bidet on a low price point we have tried. They are very nice and do the job in a simple, well thought out, and well constructed way. I will be recommending them to family and friends. Bravo Brondell.
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Best purchase this year!
Edit: a second bidet arrived on Tuesday and installed at my friend's parents' house. They are loving it!
Edit 2: a ***third*** bidet was just ordered tonight for yet another friend 😁. I might need to start working on commission for Brondell 😍
Edit 3: Yupper! A fourth bidet was ordered via a visitor who stopped by this morning. I really need to take photos of how large these smiles are on first timers. 😍
Edit 4: Sadly mine has developed a leak that became worse as time went on. It is unusable as is unless I’m in the mood to mop the bathroom floor. Whether self-cleaning or bidet mode, same water pattern with most of the water going behind the bowl and onto the floor. I suspect the plastic nozzle has cracked where it meets the frame. I like this model enough I would replace it yearly if the price was lower. Sadly the price increased well beyond the others and double the US price. Canadian exchange rate is not at 100% yet.
Edit 5: who was I kidding? I replaced with the same model, and I figured out the problem was owner/operator at fault. I had been afraid of breaking the original toilet seat screws that attach to the porcelain throne so the seat was constantly moving. At some point in time it slipped a bit too far causing the cracked plastic. I spoke with a licensed plumber who told me not to be so cautious when reinstalling. I’ve not had to retighten the screws in well over a year. The bidet is working perfectly and I’m still as happy as a human not in sh*t 😂. Best purchase ever.
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Was a quick install without any tools needed.
All couplings are tightened hand tight and do not leak.
Only could not use the washer between the T-connector and the tank, but used the provided Teflon tape instead.
The whole family had to try it out as we had no prior experience with a bidet.
I did not expect the quick buy-in of the family, but why would not want to be done with the scratchy TP wiping?
After the initial new sensation and screams, the consensus is that we all like it.
Now only use 2 sheets of TP to dry off.
Like the sleek look and ease of operation.
Did not need to adjust the seat height.
It is also easy to keep clean, as there are no crevices to get dirty.
I love the thin profile of this bidet as it does not put pressure on the outer ring and keep it safe from cracking or banding while sitting on it.
I took the cold feed from the cistern inlet - using the supplied parts was easy and I can't believe I don't even have to talk to plumber what so ever. I think if you had the toilet type with a concealed or high cistern it will be a problem. The supplied hose is metal threaded one which is nice and doesn't look ugly.
I am an Indian and we use water to clean and been 11 years since in Canada and never knew that it would be that easy to install a bidet. I always thought we need a plumber and somehow he has to mess with toilet plumbing. Well finally I have water jet and I love it.
I've always kinda wanted a bidet, and when I came across this for $35 I didn't hesitate.
The setup was easy. You just need a wrench. There's a good video on youtube. You don't need risers for the toilet seat, as it has a very slim profile.
Super easy to use. You rotate the end of the handle to control the pressure. The aim is right on target but by tilting your body a bit you can reach other areas.
There's isn't one at work and it feels so yucky.
1 recommendation to Brondell, is that either you have a picture showing how to install the washer in the T-Connection or have it preinstalled ! besides that it took me ~45 minutes to install !
I swapped a fitting from another bidet to have a successful install though. The unit sits flush and isn’t an eyesore. Operation was smooth and the actual valve worked properly with no leaks. The actual comfort of the unit, reported by family members, was quite uncomfortable. We replaced another unit from another manufacturer when we renovated a bathroom so there was comparison. This one felt like you were being stabbed in the bottom with a cocktail fork. The stream was narrow and harsh. We removed the unit and relaced it with a gobidet.
I have purchased and installed various other bidets (from different companies/brands) at my house washrooms (over four other bidets). All the other ones work just as advertised - been over a year.
I am really disappointed in this bidet - not sure what "high-quality components" the advertisement refers too - only worked well for 1.5 months. Not sure what the companies warranty is for the situation like this.
It looks like the manufacturer has jacked up the prices and dropped the quality.
My only real concern is the thin nature of the arm at the side of the toilet, hopefully it doesn't fail catastrophically if someone accidentally puts too much weight on it. Some Canadian winter morning it can be a bracing experience but it's not as bad as all that, the version with hot and cold water supplies might be desirable but it's not worth the extra hassle for me. On the positive side it wakes you up in a hurry.
I am slowly converting all members of our family to using this, even my teenager who thought I was weird to install thing has come around and enthusiastically embraced the new bathroom hygiene technology.
In short, this is a great, simple product, that looks clean, and simple, and doesn't weird people out, and is kind of a game changer.