|Item Weight||15.8 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||21.6 x 18.2 x 9.7 inches|
|Item model number||S700-RW|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Limited, Parts and Labor|
Brondell S700-RW Swash 700 Luxury Toilet Seat Round, White
|Price:||$739.28 & FREE Shipping|
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From the Manufacturer
The Swash line of advanced toilet seats combines the latest innovation and design to bring you a new level of luxury and hygiene while reducing or eliminating the use of ineffective toilet paper. The Swash replaces your existing toilet seat and can be self installed in less than 1 hour. The seat bidet offers tremendous health benefits to all users. Its hygienic warm water posterior wash offers a gentle and effective cleansing spray, eliminating the need for harsh toilet paper. The feminine wash offers benefits to pregnant, menstruating, and sexually active women, leaving them shower fresh after each use. The Swash features also afford senior citizens and those suffering from debilitating illness such as arthritis a hands-free bathroom experience that can provide independence and restore dignity. The product's user-friendly controls are also great for children. Our latest model features an updated design with clean, compact styling for maximum seating area. The Swash 700's "endless warm water wash" brings you a limitless stream of filtered, heated water for comfortable, hygienic warm-water washes. The luxurious heated seat helps complete your home spa experience.
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To install the electrical outlet in the bathroom cubicle our handyman pulled a wire down from the light switch which was probably an easier approach than going in the attic and running a new wire down. It seems to work just fine.
Before taking a trip, we unplug it. I called the company and they said that is a good idea.
It's truly a nice luxury!
3/20/11 : Just replaced the batteries in the remote and couldn't get it to work. There were warnings to use the same batteries so we went out and bought the Duracell ultra AAA and sure enough, it works perfectly again. So heed the warning - use the same Duracell ultra batteries. Still no problems with it & still love it!
until I blue in the face. Installation was okay for me since I'm a bit handy. I installed a receptacle in the master bathroom after I researched the power requirement. Upon receiving the item, it took about half an hour to install and set up. Yes, I tried it just in case the wife had questions. To be honest, I was very impressed and would love to buy another one and maybe without the remote. I gave this to my wife for her birthday and her initial comment was, "is it for me or for you". Needless to say she loves it and have let our two daughters to try it and they also love it.
The Brondell is very well made. Installation is simple -- it took me about 30 minutes to install myself. The water supply comes from the plumbing already installed in your toilet, and you just plug the cord into a wall outlet. (HINT: If you're doing a bathroom remodel, ask your electrician to install an outlet behind the toilet, about 9 inches above the floor.)
The remote control unit mounts on the wall, and it works very well via an infrared signal. The seat is heated, which is a GREAT feature. The water jets do a very thorough job, they maintain a steady supply of warm water, and they are self-cleaning, which is very nice. Overall, the Brondell is a joy, and it requires almost no maintenance. My only complaint is the visual appearance of the unit. I's not bad, but I wish it had a bit more design flair.
We installed the Brondell in our ground-floor bathroom -- the one that guests use when they visit our home. It's been VERY interesting to see how people react to it. Women in particular are big fans of the heated seat. Some people seem to be a little nervous about trying the washlet feature for the first time, but once they do, most seem to like it. Personally, I've become a huge convert. Once you get used to it, you'll never want to use a plain old toilet again. This is a much, much more civilized way to, um, go.
Installing the Swash was pretty easy, and I had zero prior "plumbing" experience. If the connection hose from your wall to your toilet is flexible hose (luckily mine was), the whole install should be problem free, but if it's metal pipe, that could require significantly more effort to connect that water supply to the Swash.
The primary feature of the Swash is of course the warm-water bidet, but the heated seat is VERY nice on cold nights and the slow-close lid/seat feature is handy, especially if you too have a toddler who thinks that trying to slam doors and lids of all types is great fun.
The Swash is a bit expensive, but the value you'll get out of it everyday makes the price seem more than fair. When the one bathroom in my house with a Swash suddenly became the bathroom that everyone in the family wanted to use, I didn't hesitate to buy a second Swash to keep the peace.
After having to wait to install an electrical outlet for my Brondell Swash 700, it was up and running in November, 2007. Now after almost 6 months, it works like a charm. During the winter months, it was a nice surprise to sit on the heated seat during the middle of the night.
My husband and I are extremely pleased with the Brondell Swash 700 and highly recommend it.
Deby & Art
My order arrived on time and in an easy to manage package. My neighbor, thank heavens for that man, helped me install the seat. It was easier to install than I expected.
The only downside really is aesthetic since you can't really put a seat cover on it.
Now I will never have a cold toilet seat again!
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