|Item Weight||2.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.7 x 4.1 x 9.1 inches|
|Item model number||MB320|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Luxe Bidet MB320 Double Nozzle Fresh and Warm Water Spray Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment
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- Easy and quick self installation in minutes
- Easily attachable and detachable to and from any standard two piece toilet bowl
- All accessories included
- Premium quality, warm and fresh water connections.
- Ingenious double nozel design
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Luxe Bidets are premium quality and are a great hygienic and comfortable alternative to rough toilet papers. This model is easily attachable and detachable from any two piece standard toilet bowl. All the accessories are included such as hoses, connectors etc. The self-installation takes 10 to 15 minutes and does not require any special tools other than a normal screw driver. MB110 Model offers great value for money. It has two nozels (one designed for feminine needs) and Warm and Fresh water connections. H2Go is a registered trademark of 2Go Products, LLC. It is registered with U.S. Trademark and Patent Office.
The Luxe Bidet MB320 Non-Electric Fresh- and Hot-Water Bidet Spray with Double Nozzle easily attaches to any standard two-piece toilet without the need for special tools. Featuring both fresh-water and hot-water connections, this premium dual-nozzle bidet is specially designed to meet feminine needs, and it offers a hygienic and comfortable alternative to rough toilet paper. Completely nonelectric, the MB320 doesn't have an electric motor or water heater--it conveniently uses the hot and cold water supply in your bathroom.
Featuring dual retractable nozzles--
one for feminine use.
For added comfort, the water supply connects directly to your bathroom's hot-water supply.
When in use, the bidet's nozzles extend from the middle of the bowl. The dual retractable nozzles only come out when the water is turned on to ensure sanitary operation, and the bidet's water supply is connected directly to the fresh-water supply and your bathroom's hot-water supply (normally located under the sink) for a clean, refreshing experience.
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Installs in Minutes
The Luxe Bidet MB320 Non-Electric Fresh-Water Bidet Spray with Double Nozzle 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 MB320 is individually tested for defects and is backed by a 12-month manufacturer's warranty.
What's in the Box
Luxe Bidet MB320 Non-Electric Fresh- and Hot-Water Bidet Spray with Double Nozzle, all required hoses and adapters, and installation instructions.
The discreet control panel features a self-cleaning button and controls for temperature and water pressure.
Top customer reviews
This review is two-fold, my wife who had never seen a bidet in her life prior to our purchase, and myself, a life-long user of traditional standard seat bidets (a seat just like the toilet but it's a bidet). This review is clearly long and I tried to be as thorough as humanly possible. You can skip straight to the third paragraph for the technical review or straight to the last paragraph for the summary and conclusion.
INTRODUCTION TO PURCHASE:
My wife, who has never used any form of a bidet before, was very dubious of the concept of the Bidet MB 320. In her words, "she didn't think she likes the idea of a jet stream of water cleaning her bottom, it's just so weird, you know?". After about 10 days of when I installed it she tried it out of curiosity. Now, after a month of using it, in her own words: "how did I do without this? Gosh let's get one for every bathroom ithe house". Basically, the Bidet MB 320 has become an essential aspect of the bathroom and life is so much better.
Myself, I was dubious of using the Bidet MB 320 simply because I've been using the traditional bidets and the Bidet MB 320 is something very weird to me, having a bidet and a toilet all in one. However, since there are virtually no local plumping companies that sell or even know how to install a traditional bidet I went with the Bidet MB 320. I fell in love with it the first time I used it. I'm considering seriously buying one that I'd use in hotel rooms since I spend a lot of time traveling. It's a bathroom MUST-HAVE for me, now.
Now for the technical part, the Bidet MB 320 is a toilet seat/bidet that attaches to your pre-existing toilet lid. It comes from the factory with all the connection and hoses that will be required (NOTE: no Teflon tape, though, which is very recommended for connecting the Bidet MB 320 to your pre-existing piping). You will need a wrench for connecting the hot-water line (I think size 1/2" but I'm not sure so go with an adjustable wrench).
The Bidet MB 320 comes with two nozzles for the backside or fiminin hygiene, a dial for adjusting the water pressure and another dial for adjusting the water temperature (VERY IMPORTANT feature). And the icing on the cake is a button for flushing the lines; that is to say when you engage the nozzle of your choice the water that will come out will be the right temperature, e.g. warm water will come out even. If it's a freezing day.
The installation part is extremely simple. Basically, detach the lid on your toilet, connect to Bidet MB 320 and attach again. Connecting the water supply lines requires absolutely no prior experience with plumping, just about an ounce worth of common sense. All in all, it took me about 12 minutes to install the Bidet MB 320 and then 6 minutes for the lines. My toilet is 30 years old so the bolts were rusty. I'm sure it could be done in 10 minutes for the whole thing.
The first few times you use the Bidet MB 320 you'd probably be startled by the jetting nozzle but once you find your favorite pressure/temperature setting, you would feel just natural. You can adjust the position of the Bidet MB 320 by sliding it sideways for the optimum comfort zone. I didn't have to adjust it and it's working just fine for us.
WATER HYGIENE Vs. TOILET PAPER:
no matter how well you use toilet papers to clean your bum, you will never have 100% hygiene down there. It's just a scientific impossibility. To be a little crass, wiping materials off a surface means by default there will be some smearing. Now, obviously, for health reasons, having a better bodily hygienic habits means less diseases and much more personal comfort. I don't know, using water to clean off just makes evolutionary sense to me. Oh, and for many people, using water hygiene means much less detergent for cleaning underwear.
Bidet MB 320 Vs. OTHER BRANDS:
ok, I've never used another brand so I won't be very fair to the competition but all I can say is the Bidet MB 320 was much cheaper than other brands I found, and the value for the price I paid is enormous. The Bidet MB 320 is made of white plastic that blended just fine with my toilet to the point it looks like factory-stock part of the toilet. The control panel is just the right size (maybe 6 inches) to be used comfortably but without jutting out to make my toilet look like the pilot seat of a space ship. It looks and feels sturdy. Bottom line, it satisfied me enough to the point where I don't need to consider purchasing another brand next time I buy.
REGULAR BIDETS Vs. ELECTRONIC BIDETS:
I'm of the belief that when I buy anything, I buy it to last a life time. When I started researching toilet bidets I was leaning towards buying an electronic toilet bidet. An electronic toilet bidet has all the features I mentioned for the Bidet MB 320 plus a toilet ring warmer (cool feature on a cold day) and a little fan to dry off your fanny (pun intended and copy-righted). I was essentially thinking of buying a toilet bidet that would last me for the rest of my life. Now, the ring heater and fan are sort of cool BUT the price jump (about 6 times as much as a traditional one) is just not worth justifying the cool features. It costs me way less to buy a space heater and keep the bathroom warm on a cold day. But for all practical purposes, I'm not hot on the idea of mixing electricity and water. I've never heard of a torture method that calls for electrocution through the bum but I don't want to be the first to try it. In summary, the traditional toilet bidet does a perfect job of cleaning your bottom properly. I'd probably think a combination shower stall/oven is cool (I can cook while showering) but it really isn't nessasry nor practical.
PROs & CONs:
To make this quick, I'm absolutely utterly in love with this product. I think it's one of the best transactions I've made in the last 10 years. Oh, and did I mention, it's CHEAP!!!
The only con I can think of is that it doesn't ship with a box-sized plumper to install it for me but hopefully in a few years one will be genetically engineered to fit in a box.
SUMMARY & CONCLUSION:
- The Bidet MB 320 is extremely easy to install, easy to operate and superiorly beneficial in result.
- I haven't used any other brands but I honestly believe I struck gold with this product and I'm planning to install one in every bathroom in my household and hopefully, get the rest of my family to install it in theirs.
-It's cheap and absolutely worth the money.
-I've used a variety of traditional bidets but I've decided I like the Bidet MB 320 better than anything I've tried.
-my wife has never used bidets but she insists the feminine hygiene of the Bidet MB 320 is the best thing since the invention of the wheel.
Seriously though, I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I was thoroughly impressed by how well this thing works, and it seems a very well thought out product given the price. It doesn't make a mess or spray everywhere, is self-cleaning, and easy to dry yourself off after. It has plenty of pressure! I don't need to turn the knob more than maybe 1/4 of the way at most. However (and maybe it's just the water pressure in my house), it seems like the temperature knob favors the cold. It goes from Frigid on the left, to Cold in the middle, to Nearing Lukewarm on the right. I was really hoping for proper hot water, but at least it's better than cold, and for an unpowered unit, that's not bad.
it includes 2 extra metal hot water line adapters (in case your sink is weird.) and hoses. You connect a plastic splitter (after fitting a rubber gasket in it) to the toilet tank, and reconnect the toilet water to the splitter, and then run a plastic hose from the splitter to the bidet. Then you connect a metal fitting between the hot water pipe on the wall under the sink, and the sink's hot water line, and run another plastic hose from there to the bidet. They give you one length of hose, and you need to trim it yourself. If your bathroom is large and your sink is far away from the toilet, it might not work without buying some kind of longer hose to splice into it.
Really I think my only complaint is the plastic hose. It seems pretty okay, but I'm wary considering the water pressure that's always held inside, and I don't know how well I trust the small plastic hose fittings to not leak or break after a while. If it suddenly failed one day while I was away at work, it would flood the house, and that just doesn't sit well with me... for that I'm docking a star (but I have my doubts that even units 3x this price will use sturdier fittings and hoses)