|Part Number||Neo 180|
|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.5 x 7 x 3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||Neo 180|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Luxe Bidet Neo 180 - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment
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- Sleek Design and High Quality Parts - Upgrade your bathroom with Luxe Bidet's beautifully designed bidet attachments, featuring chrome-plated water pressure control knobs for a more elegant look. We use high quality parts that are built to last making Luxe Bidet an excellent value for the price. Neo 180 is constructed with high-pressure faucet quality valves with metal/ceramic core and braided steel hoses instead of traditional plastic.
- Feminine Wash - Equipped with dual nozzles for rear and frontal wash. The frontal or feminine wash is gentler than the rear spray. It can be useful for monthly cycles and is highly recommended by new or expecting mothers.
- Sanitary Protection - Self-cleaning feature sanitizes the nozzles and retracts when not in use for maximum protection. The bidet also features a convenient movable nozzle guard gate for extra protection and easy maintenance.
- Quick and Easy Installation - Includes everything you need including tools to get your bidet up and running in minutes. Easily attaches to and detaches from any standard two-piece toilet.
- Warranty and Service - Bidet includes an 18 mo. warranty and extended warranty when you register your bidet online. We provide full customer support anytime you have questions or concerns.
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From the manufacturer
Luxe Bidet Neo 180
Cold Water Bidet
Neo 180 is a dual nozzle, non-electric mechanical bidet attachment that uses fresh water to reduce the use of toilet papers and increase hygiene. The dual nozzle is equipped with a one-touch pressure lever and a temperature control knob that gives better control of the stronger rear wash and the gentler frontal, feminine mode. While using, the nozzle drops below the guard gate from the water pressure and retracts for hygienic storage when not in use. Neo 180 specially features an innovative self-cleaning sanitary nozzle that streams water directly over the nozzle for maximum hygiene.
High Quality and Easy Do-It-Yourself Installation
The bidet can be attached and detached from any standard two-piece toilet and installed in 15 minutes. It uses a high-quality valve made from metal ceramic core, includes a movable protective nozzle guard gate, and a standard braided steel hose for water connection. All fittings match U.S. standard plumbing sizes.
Our bidets are ASME certified. We provide 18-month warranty and full customer support.
Included in the box:
- Neo 180 Bidet Body
- 2 circular attachment plates with rubber gaskets
- 15/16” x 15/16” x 1/2" cold water plastic t-adapter
- 1/2” x 1/4” cold water connection metal braided hose
- Neo 180 installation and user guide
Dual Nozzle Design
The bidet features a regular wash nozzle and a feminine nozzle.
Nozzle Guard Gate
The hygienic nozzle guard gate ensures the bidet is always ready for clean operation. The guard gate opens for access to the nozzle.
Convenient Nozzle Cleaning Feature
While the bidet is designed to keep the retractable nozzle clean, this model also has a cleaning feature to thoroughly rinse the nozzle.
Activate and Adjust Water Pressure Easily
The unobtrusive control panel features a chrome-plated knob that allows the user to activate and adjust water pressure. With clearly defined settings, the bidet can easily be operated by children and the elderly. A second knob switches from wash to nozzle cleaning.
|NEO 110||NEO 120||NEO 180||NEO 185||NEO 250||NEO 320|
|Cold Water Connection||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Hot Water Connection||✓||✓|
|Nozzle Guard Gate||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Hot Water Hose||PU||PU|
|Value Construction||Metal-ceramic Valves||Metal-ceramic Valves||Metal-ceramic Valves||Metal-ceramic Valves||Metal-ceramic Valves||Metal-ceramic Valves|
|Cold Water Hose||Braided Metal Cold Water Hose||Braided Metal Cold Water Hose||Braided Metal Cold Water Hose||Braided Metal Cold Water Hose||Braided Metal Cold Water Hose||Braided Metal Cold Water Hose|
|Color Options||Blue or White||Blue or White||Blue or White||Blue or White||Blue or White||Blue or White|
Features: High Quality Metal-Ceramic Core Valves. Steel Braided Hose. Innovative Hygienic Nozzle Guard Gate. Self-Cleaning Nozzle Function - Available with Neo 120, Neo 180 and Neo 320. Standard white body and chrome-plated controls. Sleek, curved shape fits most two-piece toilets. Do It Yourself Installation. Adjustable fitting plates for secure attachment. All standard plumbing size accessories included.
From the Manufacturer
Features: High Quality Metal-Ceramic Core Valves. Steel Braided Hose. Innovative Hygienic Nozzle Guard Gate. Self-Cleaning Nozzle Function - Available with Neo 120, Neo 180, and Neo 320. Standard white body and chrome-plated controls. Sleek, curved shape fits most two-piece toilets. Do It Yourself Installation. Adjustable fitting plates for secure attachment. All standard plumbing size accessories included.
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Please see the video that I made a video that shows in detail, the installed product, as well as the additional bumpers that many people purchase along with this product.
I do suggest that people purchase the "bumpers" that are usually offered on the same product page. They provide additional support for the toilet seat, though unless you have a wood seat, they aren't 100% required.
There is no problem with the cold water. It is not bothersome. The wash function is nice, and keeps the nozzles clean so you don't feel like you are blasting "dirty toilet water" on your rear end. (water is always fresh/clean)
My only real complaint is that the spray can be a bit intense if you raise the valve open completely. I suggest starting slow, and getting a feel for it.
We got one for every toilet in the house, Luxe should have a package deal for houses. Everything is plastic and it shouldn't cost much, but the designs cost every penny.
See attached pictures for how to align the jets and the seat.
Like other reviewers, I was spoiled by the availability of bidets and toilet-mounted hand-sprayers while traveling overseas. Upon returning to the States after several years living abroad, and not having enough money for a full-on bidet fixture or one of those expensive integrated bidet seats, I bought another model and used it while we moved from one rental house to another. The problem is each time we moved and I took the bidet attachment with us, the plastic toilet tank fitting would become harder and harder to install without leaking.
Finally after we settled down in what we hope will be our home for the next several years -- and being unable to install the old bidet without leaks, despite teflon tape and a lot of effort to get it screwed down tight -- I decided it was time for an upgrade. I looked specifically for ones with better water feed attachments. Funny thing is, the Luxe Bidet Neo 180 cost only a few bucks more than I paid for the older one, but the quality is much, much higher. This one is the two-sprayer model (fore and aft, so to speak), but cold water only. Hot might've been nice, but I didn't feel like dealing with that much plumbing, plus I'm used to just cold anyway. (Trust me, unless you have totally uninsulated pipes, it's really not bad at all. Need reassurance? Take a glass of cold-only tap water, right as you turn on the faucet. Pour it across the inside of your wrist. That's pretty much how it feels on one's bottom.)
The box in which the Luxe Bidet Neo 180 arrived was well-packed and the installation instructions were clear and easy to follow. I'd estimate it took me maybe 30 minutes to install, but some of that was taken up with uninstalling the old bidet attachment. I was also being extra careful in doing the installation. Tools needed/used: A couple of wrenches, a flat-blade screw-driver, and a multi-tool. Some teflon tape to help ensure leak-free fittings.
- Included two braided water lines of exactly the size needed.
- The fit on our elongated bowl was perfect.
- Easy to get both sprays hitting just the right spots. The aim was perfect as far I'm concerned.
- The rocker-style valve also makes it easy to get just the right pressure.
- Applying to all bidets of this type: It drastically cuts down on the use of toilet paper.
- I've also heard that bidets like this are highly recommended for those with hemorrhoids or similar problems, to decrease irritation and promote cleanliness.
- I wish the water feed T-connector wasn't plastic, although I'll admit I was able to get a solid leak-free connection on the first try. The top problem with these bidets is if that T-connector goes or is worn out due to moving it from one location to another, I have yet to be able to find a replacement at any home improvement store. I really wish I had a spare, just in case.
- Place a bowl or plastic basin under the toilet tank to help catch the water when disconnecting the old pipe, and just in case there are any drips after installation. (Oh, and don't forget to (1) shut off the toilet water supply before starting, and (2) flush the toilet and hold down the lever to ensure the tank is completely empty before disconnecting the water feed. Otherwise it'll get messy.)
- I left the basin under the tank with a dry paper towel in the bottom for 24 hours after installation, just to be 100% positive I'd achieved a leak-free installation. (Success!)
- To help ensure the sprays are dead center, use the circular rotating seat fittings (through which the toilet seat screws go) as a guide -- they should be at exactly symmetric rotation with respect to each other. For example, if the top of the left one is aligned at the 11:00 position, the right one should be at the 1:00 position.
Would I buy this product again? Yes, although given how easy this one was to install, I might've opted for the cold+hot water Neo 320. Still, I'm happy with the Neo 180. Would I recommend it to a friend? Sure. The only proviso I can think of is it's probably best for a DIY-capable person, because unless you already have a plumber in doing a bunch of work, pro installation would easily cost much more than the bidet itself.
Well I have a little confession. I've never used a bidet. I'll pause a moment so you can catch your collective breaths.
So I'm on amazon the other day, not even drunk, and the bidets are on sale. Well shit howdy 2 minutes later that thing is shipping one day delivery.
Flash forward to just ten minutes ago. I installed it, even looked at the directions briefly. Now I don't need to go and Saille is away at soccer practice so I volunteered as tribute and settled down.
Remember back when I said I read the directions? Yeah that meant I looked at the pics real quick. If I would have read them I would have seen the part to lift the button thingy slowly so you can adjust the psi. What I did instead is yank up on that thing like I was in the top gun movie and my jet was going down and I needed to eject or die.
The good news is I'm fairly sure my brain got washed out thoroughly and I don't have ear wax anymore.
This thing is a game changer folks.