|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 6 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||ABT-360|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Hose Length||54 Inches|
|Special Features||Impact Resistance|
|Usage||Bidet, Rinsing, Cleaning, Washing, Hand Sprayer, Personal Hygiene|
RinseWorks - Aquaus 360 Patented Hand Held Bidet Sprayer - NSF cUPC Certified for Legal Installation - 2 Backflows – Dual Pressure Controls - StayFlex Hose - 3 to 11 Inch Spray reach - 3 Year Warranty
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- PLEASE WATCH THE AQUAUS 360 VIDEO in the product pictures to learn why the Aquaus 360 is the best option compared to other types of Bidets.
- INCLUDES - Patented ABS Polymer Sprayer – Brass T-Connector & Ball Valve – 54-inch Stainless Steel Hose - 2 ABS Spray Heads - 5’’ Extension - Spray Plate Removal Tool - Tank Clip & Sprayer holder
- MADE IN THE USA with domestic and global components. NSF Certified to UPC (Uniform Plumbing Code) for legal installation in the USA and Canada; includes 2 CSA/NSF certified plumbing code required backflow preventers.
- NSF CERTIFIED Stay Flex stainless steel 54-in long high-pressure hose with solid brass hose nuts and double crimps on both ends; stays totally flexible during use. NSF Certified brass EZ-Reach shut-off valve and T-Connector with hand tight 7/8-in handgrip nut; easily attaches to toilet without tools or a plumber; includes all parts for easy installation
- HIGH QUALITY Spray Wand made of high strength, impact resistant, corrosion free ABS polymers and Brass Valve Core with Ceramic Disk Seals. 3 year warranty
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Please watch the Aquaus 360° video above in the product pictures to learn how it works and why its Patented ergonomic design is so simple and comfortable to use for all-natural personal hygiene.
Brass or ABS Spray Wand - The Aquaus 360° is available with an ABS or Brass Spray Wand, giving you two weight options. Both the ABS and Brass Spray Wands have a heavy chrome finish and brass valve core with ceramic disc seals, plus 3 interchangeable spray heads and a 5'' inch extension for an extended spray reach of 3'' to 11'' inches, making it so easy to use for all body sizes.
The ABS Spray Wand, looks the same as the Brass model, except lighter weight and easier to handle. ABS is a super strong engineered blend of polymers that is just as strong and durable as stainless steel or brass and is used for making industrial strength valves, pipes, golf club heads, car parts, helmets and much more. In fact, the Aquaus 360° ABS Spray Wand is so strong, that we ran it over twice with an 8000 lb. truck and it still sprayed and didn’t leak. As you will see in the Aquaus 360° video above in the product pictures.
About RinseWorks - RinseWorks is an American company with over 25 years’ experience designing and manufacturing specialty-plumbing products in the USA with domestic and global components. Domestic production along with NSF testing, allows us to offer the highest quality products for reliable and safe use in your home. In 2011, after selling Hand-held Bidets for over 15 years with continuous leaking problems because of their spring valves, we decided to develop a reliable, long lasting and easy-to-use Bidet and Multi-Use Spray Wand not prone to leaking problems. In 2016, we introduced the revolutionary Aquaus 360° Bidet and Multi-Use Spray Wand. One year later we received a Utility Patent with International Patents Pending.
Don’t be fooled in believing Metal Bidet sprayers are better quality. What makes a Bidet sprayer high quality is a high-pressure valve core that allows it to be pressurized. All Metal Bidet sprayers or any sprayer with a spring button were originally made as a kitchen sink sprayer for rinsing dishes and not designed to be fully pressurized and used as a Bidet.
This is why RinseWorks no longer sells spring valve sprayers with a push button.
The Only Handheld Bidet UPC Approved for Legal Installation In The US & Canada!
Legal Installation - The Aquaus 360° is the only Handheld Bidet NSF tested and approved for legal installation in the US & Canada and includes 2 plumbing code required Back-Flow protectors.
The UPC (Uniform Plumbing Code) - The UPC in the US & Canada requires all handheld Bidets to have 2 back-flow protectors for legal installation on potable water to prevent contaminating the public drinking water supplies, if a back-flow event occurs.
Precision Rinsing - Dual adjustable thumb pressure controls make precision rinsing so easy by allowing you to spray a small stream of water to locate the target area, then increase the spray pressure from a soothing and gentle rinse to a full pressure jet spray. Dual pressure controls can also be set to your desired pressure level, without holding the lever.
Most Flexibility of Uses - The Aquaus is not only perfect for personal hygiene; it is also great for rinsing and cleaning the toilet after you go, or for rinsing Cloth Diapers, Bedpans, Potty Seat Bowls, Under Garments, Food Bibs, Muddy Shoes, and many more of life’s messy moments, especially if used with the Aquaus SprayMate
Pays For Itself & Saves You Money - The average person spends over 90 dollars a year for toilet paper. A family of 4 can use over 350 dollars a year. Using the Aquaus 360° Hand Held Bidet / Shattaf and rinsing with fresh running water reduces toilet paper use by 90%.
Tissue paper is only needed for drying, allowing the Aquaus to pay for itself and save you money, while giving you a healthier, all natural alternative that is better for you, your family and the environment.
Premium BRASS T-Connector & Safety Shut-Off Valve with EZ Reach On / Off Knob
- The Aquaus T- Connector is designed so the Safety Shut-off lever extends out 3 inches from the base, so you can easily reach the lever while comfortably sitting on the toilet.
- Easily screws on standard type Toilets with the finger grip 7/8'' inch Anti-Cross Thread Nut for easy installation without tools or a plumber.
- Vertical hose connection prevents stress & damage to the hose crimps which, happens when the hose connects horizontally and bends down 90° like on other T-connector designs.
The Aquaus 360° Smart Ergonomic Design Makes Personal Hygiene Quick & Easy For Living Clean & Green!
Safe Reliable Brass Valve Core for Long-Lasting Use
Internal brass valve cartridge with ceramic disc seals is one of the most reliable and longest lasting valves made with a lifespan of over 10 years. Ceramic disc valve cartridges are used in all modern kitchen and bath faucets because of their reliability and long lifespan. Plus, if a valve cartridge ever had a problem, you can easily replace it instead of purchasing a new sprayer.
StayFlex High Pressure Hose Designed for Bidet Sprayers
RinseWorks’ 54’’ inch high-quality 304 Stainless Steel StayFlex hose with brass hose nuts is specifically made to be used with handheld bidets and designed to stay totally flexible under pressure. The Internal super-strong polymer hose is infused with a braided nylon mesh that will not inflate or burst under pressure.
Unlike shower hoses sold with low quality spring valve Bidet sprayers that are not designed to be pressurize making them stiff and hard to bend when pressurized.
3 Interchangeable Spray Heads & 5'' Extension for a 3'' - 11'' Spray Reach
The Aquaus 360° includes 3 interchangeable spray heads with 2 spray pattern sizes, and a 5'' inch extension for an extended spray reach of 3'' to 11'' inches so you can easily rinse under your front and back bottom areas, keeping hand clean & dry while comfortably sitting on the toilet.
Should Handheld Bidets Be Turned Off After Use?
YES - and the reason why is simple. Handheld Bidet Sprayers and Hoses are handled daily, making them susceptible to being damaged if misused or abused, pulled and twisted too hard or leak from daily wear and tear over the years. So, unless your bathroom has a floor drain near the toilet, the water pressure to all Bidet Sprayers should be turned off after use, just in case there was a leak.
The good news is, the Aquaus safety shut-off valve only takes one second to turn off with the ¼ turn valve, designed so you can easily reach the on/off lever while sitting on the toilet. Plus, the odds of the Aquaus 360° leaking if you forget and leave it on are very low to none.
Below is a Comparison between the Aquaus 360 Handheld Bidet, Kitchen Sink Sprayer Bidets, and Seat Attached Bidets. Which Bidet system offers you the most features, is the easiest to use, most reliable, longest lasting, approved for legal installation, most flexibility of uses, and highest quality.
Kitchen Sink Sprayers
- Made for cleaning dishes and not for rinsing under your front and back bottom areas while sitting on the toilet.
- Gun shaped body makes sink sprayers very difficult, awkward and uncomfortable to hold without getting your hand wet and messy as you rinse.
- Made with a spring valve not designed to be fully pressurized, making them prone to leaking and a short life span, especially if left under pressure.
- Very high odds of leaking if you forget and leave it under pressure.
- Not easy to adjust the spray pressure making precision rinsing difficult.
- Spring valves work by a small spring pushing a soft rubber seal closed so the only part holding back the water pressure is a small spring.
Seat Attached Bidets
- Only sprays from the back.
- Cannot be used for any other cleaning uses.
- Difficult for female use because they only sprays from the back which, can cause urinary tract infections when rinsing from the back to the front.
- Require the removal of the toilet seat to clean under them.
- Has many parts that can malfunction and fail.
- Some models need an electrical plug behind the toilet.
- No safety shut-off valve.
Aquaus 360° Spray Wand
- The revolutionary new Patented Aquaus 360° was specifically designed as a Bidet sprayer for simple all-natural personal hygiene.
- Unique, ergonomic design with Precision rinsing allows you to rinse under your front and back bottom areas while comfortably sitting on the toilet without getting your hand wet and messy.
- Has a Brass valve core with ceramic disc seals same as used in Kitchen and Bathroom faucets for safe, reliable use in your home.
- Brass valve cores have a lifespan of over 10 years and can be easily replaced, so you never need to purchase a new sprayer.
- Very low odds of leaking if you forget and leave it under pressure.
- The only Handheld Bidet Sprayer NSF Tested and Approved for Legal installation in the USA & Canada.
- Includes 2 Plumbing Code Required Back-flow Protectors to prevent contaminating the drinking water supply if a back-flow event occurred.
- Dual thumb pressure controls allow you to comfortably hold and control the spray pressure from both sides.
- Easily rinse up and down by simply flipping the sprayer over.
- 3 interchangeable spray heads and 5’’ inch extension gives you a 3’’ to 11’’ inch spray reach for all body sizes.
- ½’’ and 1’’ inch spray patterns options for the perfect cleaning experience.
- Made in the USA with domestic and global components.
- Patented in the USA with International Patents Pending.
What You Should Know About How Kitchen Sink Sprayers Work
The reason kitchen sink sprayers were never designed to be pressurized is because of the way they work. When you turn off the kitchen faucet it also turns off the side sprayer. When the faucet is running and the sprayer is used, the water pressure is diverted from the faucet to the sprayer. When you stop spraying, the water pressure is diverted back to the faucet. So, using a spring valve sprayer for this application is OK. But, not safe when used under full pressure as Bidet sprayer.
Perfect Ergonomic Design for Easy Personal Hygiene
What makes the Aquaus 360° the perfect ergonomic design for quick and easy personal hygiene is the Patented Dual Pressure Controls that allow you to comfortably hold the sprayer and adjust the spray pressure from both sides with your thumb for quick and easy precision rinsing. Dual thumb controls also allows you to easily rinse up or down by simply flipping the sprayer over. Not possible with any other bidet sprayer.
The Patented Aquaus 360 has changed thousands of lives and will greatly improve your level of personal hygiene, reducing the use of toilet paper and eliminating the need for environmentally unfriendly chemical-filled wet wipes, that are clogging up the sewer systems in many major cities in the US and around world. Rinsing with fresh running water with the easy to use and hold Aquaus 360° Bidet is the perfect solution for all-natural personal hygiene because Rinsing Works and wiping doesn’t.
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I spoke at length on installation in my first review, so this time I’ll speak more of durability and usage.
This device manufacturer, as do the manufacturers of similar devices, will caution you to shut off the water supply between uses. From my impressions gathered from users of other devices, that’s an absolute necessity - they’re just not designed to withstand constant 24x7 exposure to water pressure, and they eventually begin to leak at the on/off handle at the business end of the device. With both of our units, we’ve never turned off the water supply, and in three years neither have leaked a drop. They still work as well, and as smoothly today as they did when they were first installed. In fact, the ONLY evidence of usage is where they’re inserted into the wall holster - they show a bit of scuffing. We’ve had soft water throughout the house the entire time, so that may have been a positive factor. I can’t say that with any certainty, but I have to imagine that the absence of scale buildup has been a plus for how long these devices have been trouble free.
Using it - I’ll be as plain-spoken as I can without triggering any censor algorithms, but I’ll likely have to leave some things unspoken.
These devices are meant to use high-pressure water to cleanse delicate parts of your body. The most common usage is for washing away fecal matter, but my wife also uses it for washing her lady parts (with purpose made feminine soap). The on/off switch is also a variable pressure switch, and it will take some time and usage for you to find a pressure setting that’s comfortable for you. An unfortunate design forces you to find that ‘sweet spot’ each time you use it, but over time we’ve gotten accustomed to it and know just how much pressure to apply. A bit of caution is in order here - too much pressure can be a somewhat painful experience, so be cautious and start slow until you find a comfortable setting that still provides the cleansing needed.
How you use it is really up to you. Feminine hygiene of course is performed from the front, but for rinsing fecal matter away it’s more a matter of personal preference whether you come from the front, side, or rear. I’ve gotten the best results using it from the rear, but again, that’s simply my preference.
Unless you’ve paid a plumber (or done it yourself) to mix hot and cold to provide warm water to your toilet tank, you’re going to be using the cold water supply. This may be uncomfortable at first, but I assure you that after 3 years of daily use we don’t even notice it. Of course, I live in North Florida where the coldest cold water probably doesn’t come close to the cold water temps in Minnesota, so I may be talking out of where I use this device with that observation.
How effective is it really?
This is almost a cultural question. Using soap and water instead of dry toilet tissue is the method used through most of Asia; you’ll only find toilet tissue in hotels that cater to Westerners. I’ve been in homes in the Philippines where you’ll find two bars of soap - one for washing your hands, and the other for NOT washing your hands. They’re usually placed in strategic locations so you can tell which is which, but I did have to ask my host on occasion.
At home, I personally don’t use soap when using this device, opting instead for a prolonged rinse. I reserve the use of soap for that part of my body for the daily shower.
It is, however, important that you dry yourself after each use. If you’ve ever participated in athletics, you’re probably well aware of what happens when your skin is exposed for prolonged periods to the combination of warmth and moisture. Jock itch where you sit down is something you want to avoid, so be sure to dry yourself after with a bit of tissue paper.
Placement - getting used to this device means using it regularly. DON’T use that little hook that attaches to the rim of the toilet tank - that ‘behind-your-back’ placement makes it REALLY difficult to reach for the device or put it away when done. Instead, find a suitable place on the bathroom wall (preferably over a stud) to attach the holster so you can easily reach for the device and then put it away. I once watched a mostly glowing review of this device by a gentleman who’s chief complaint was that it was just too inconvenient. He’d used the tank clip, and had pushed the clip all the way to the back edge of the tank. So far back that you couldn’t even tell he had the device installed. He also mentioned that he had a hard time getting used to the device, mostly because he simply forgot it was there. Out of sight, out of mind, I guess. My take is that using a hand-held bidet is a bit of a commitment, especially for Americans who simply aren’t accustomed to this form of personal hygiene. If you’re willing to make that small commitment, however, you’ll soon discover - like I did - how much more effective and convenient this is over conventional tissue paper. Oh, one last caution - if the pressure is a bit too high, and you’re a bit too relaxed, there is a chance the water can get where you don’t want it to get to. To prevent this, just tense certain muscles, much like you tense your lower body when you’re getting ready to jump. That’s all it usually takes to prevent an accidental enema. And yeah, it took a couple of times for me to figure that out.
So , that’s it - a brain dump of my thoughts and experience with this device over three years of daily use. I hope I didn’t offend anyone, and that you found it useful, or at least informative.
I grew up in the States, so my first experience with using water to...errr...clean up afterwards didn't occur until as an adult I traveled to the Philippines where, I discovered to my great dismay, that the public restrooms at the mall I was visiting had empty spaces in the walls where the toilet tissue hangers should have been. Instead, there was a large tub of water on the floor in front of the stool, with this ominous-looking plastic scoop hanging off the side. So, yeah. Memorable. When I asked my Filipino friends later why they didn't warn me before I left, they just laughed and said 'it's better that you experience the culture first-hand'. Nice.
So, my Filipino wife absolutely hates toilet tissue, and we both abhor the use of those wet-wipe things that clog up sewers, so I promised her that I'd try to find a bidet attachment for our toilet. There's a bunch of them available, but most, I found, have a form-fitting holster that you have to hang on the toilet tank behind you. I couldn't imagine trying to fiddle with trying to unholster and reholster the thing behind your back, so I wanted something that had a more flexible arrangement. The RinsWorks model, while it too has the tank hanger, called out that their holster could also be mounted to a wall. Exactly what I was looking for.
Too late, I discovered that I have a "non-standard" toilet, where the water inlet, instead of coming in through a bottom corner of the tank, goes all the way to the top center of the tank, and attaches directly to the ball-cock assembly. Yikes! Well, a couple of trips to plumbing supply shops got me the parts I needed to attach the RinseWorks to the water supply coming out of the wall. Once I had all the right combinations of fittings and reducers, the thing was a snap to install and set up. My wife LOVES it! (Happy Wife, Happy Life!!!)
Do I use it? Well, it took a fair amount of convincing and soul searching, but once I took the leap...well, let me put it like this - the same roll of toilet tissue has been hanging in our bathroom now for 4 months. But liquid soap use has gone up. Exponentially.
The opposing thumb/finger control is surprisingly easy to use. The spray nozzle is quite concentrated, which is pretty helpful for reasons I don't think I should (or the Amazon censors would allow me to) explain in detail.That 3-inch extension piece is a godsend, by the way.
So, yeah. I guess many of the folks that grew up in the same culture I did will laugh and think I've crossed over to the Dark Side, but to that, all I can say is that I've come to believe that using this device is a cleaner, more hygienic way of finishing the job at hand. Oh, no pun intended!
I had tried one of the units that connect to the toilet, but it was flimsy, harder to install, and looked cheap. I didn't want that in my toilet.
Normally these mount to the toilet tank with a two-piece flat hook.
I mounted mine to the wall using the included bracket. I got a metal cover plate and #6 oval head stainless steel sheet metal screws at Lowes. Screwed into a wall stud for secure attachment. (Tip: Don't over-tighten the top screw because it will deform the mount and makes it harder to hook the stylus.)
Using a backing plate looks looks better to me, and without it, the stylus would rub the wall and paint.
So now it's installed, I like the looks. And I've used it a few days. I would not go back to "just paper" again. This is so much more sanitary and I like not flushing as much paper into the sweet system.
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As a result, we purchased the Aquaus 360 to replace the Brondell.
Installation took 15 minutes. I didn't require tools as everything can be hand tightened. However, some things may be a little disconnected, or at the very least, not as connected as they can be given the limitations of hand and grip strength.
Everything works as it should. The spray level is easy to adjust. My wife likes that she doesn't need to hold the sprayer at a certain constant pressure anymore to rinse off. After one night, the sprayer doesn't appear to be leaking. Just a drip or two after use.
A few things to keep in mind.
1) Unlike the old sprayer, if you turn off the main valve before you set the sprayer in the off position, there's a chance someone (or the wall) might get hit with water when the main valve is turned on. Fortunately, I was standing off to the side when my wife turned on the main valve.
2) The main T-valve is counter intuitive. Normally, from using all the various water valves in our house (toilets, dishwasher, sinks, refrigerator, the old Brondell bidet, etc.), when the valve position is perpendicular to the line, it means the water is off and when the valve position is parallel to the line, it means the water is on. However, this one is opposite. Perpendicular is on and parallel is off. This will take some getting used to.
3) The sprayer holster that slides on the side of the toilet tank is too small (picture provided). Maybe small isn't the right word, but it's very cramped looking. Maybe it's fine for the new types of toilet tanks. I'm not sure. However, the sprayer doesn't sit properly in the holster. Instead of using the holster provided for the Aquaus 360, I'm using the holster provided with the old Brondell we purchased. The fit is much better (picture provided).
4) The hose provided with the Aquaus 360 appears quite cheap when compared to the Brondell. However, it's also longer. It's not a big deal as I didn't stare at the Brondell hose and it's just a outside cosmetic thing as the inside seals for the Aquaus 360 appear to be much better than the old Brondell hose.
Overall, we're pleased with this sprayer. It's not perfect, but so far an improvement over our old sprayer. If it starts to leak, I'll edit this review.
It took a few days to get used to. One, the water is cold. Two, having to switch the valve on and off each time is kind of a hassle and seems like an extra step you have to take every time you go to the bathroom. We've had it for a couple weeks now though and already it's routine for me. I've drilled into myself to remember the valve because I don't want any accidental leaks.
This really did help with the irritation! I use it all the time and only have to dab dry with toilet paper. Way less abrasive on sensitive areas!
The bidet itself seems well made. Has a good weight to it. Valve turns easily. Bidet controls are easy to control the amount of water coming out once you get used to it. This style of wand makes it easy to spray where you want it as well. Overall, super happy with this purchase!
They have greatly improved the construction with this model. The hardware in the Aquaus 360 is pretty solid, nice hose and good quality rubber on the O rings. I have been using it for about 4 months, and it has been problem free. No leaking (I leave the T-valve turned on, as flipping it back and forth seems more likely to cause this issue than prevent it), no springs or fragile plastic mechanisms to fail.
I use the 1/2" (small) sprayer end with the 5" extension. The extension keeps splashback away from my hands and allows me to aim it wherever needed. I've never used the seat-type bidets, but my friend has, and prefers this one. My house has low water pressure, but it doesn't take much to get enough of a stream to clean things. The pressure/on/off control slides smoothly and works perfectly. I was a little concerned about bumping it on accidentally when hanging it back on its hook, but it hasn't been a problem.
The spot where the T-valve attaches to the toilet tank is cramped because of the shape of my toilet. I had to trim the wings on the T-valve's hard rubber nut in order to tighten it all the way. This doesn't affect the function, it was just an inconvenience. This is a the fault of the toilet design, and common to most nuts designed to screw into that spot.
Conclusions: This is a well made, problem free bidet, with a useful selection of fittings for individual customization. There is nothing about the design that I would want to change. Excellent unit.