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Exactly what you need it to be,
This review is from: Giraf Portable Travel Bidet (Misc.)
I purchased this a month ago, and I LOVE this thing!
After a recent surgery, I had a drain sticking out of my left side and was instructed to avoid taking a shower until the drain was removed (6 days). My belly was so sore I couldn't bend or turn anyway. How's a girl supposed to stay clean? Enter this little beauty. Don't worry about all the Japanese on the packaging and the pamphlet-you'll instinctively figure out how to use it. It fits comfortably in one hand, and it holds more than enough water to clean you up very well.
The angled nozzle is what makes the bottle. The bottle itself is made of a plastic that is not only very flexible (easy to squeeze) but seems durable as well. It also comes with its own opaque Ziplock-type baggie to store the bottle in your gym bag. The bottle can be collapsed by unscrewing the nozzle and inverting the tip into the bottle. I think it's a little cumbersome to put in a gym bag or purse; if you need it, though, you'll be happy to have it handy.
It may seem pricey for a plastic bottle, but it makes washing up at the commode SO EASY, especially if your abdominal mobility is jeopardized. This is super helpful!
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Initial post: Mar 18, 2013, 6:33:22 PM PDT
D. Richeson says:
Awesome review! thanks for the input!
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 25, 2013, 11:46:54 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 25, 2013, 11:47:23 AM PDT
Amazon Loyal Customer says:
There's actually something better out there from my experience!
Try the Hygienna Solo. It just plugs into any water bottle like Dasani, Polar, Ozarka etc. So you don't have to have a special bottle around with you like you do with Blue Bidet. Yes, the Hygienna Solo is available on Amazon. And it's only about $10 which is less expenisive than the Blue Bidet. Another advantage is that the Hygienna Solo is discreet. Frankly, I don't like to carry around a douche bag or a bottle resembling one at the airport, etc. With the Hygienna Solo, all you need is a standard drinking water bottle! Simple!
Another advantage is that you can use a larger bottle or two bottles if you think you will need more water.
fyi - I used to travel with my Toto Portable Washlet, but no questions about it, the Hygienna Solo is the latest and greatest. Five star.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 1, 2013, 7:02:04 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 1, 2013, 7:02:36 AM PDT
Giraf Portable Bidet says:
The Hygienna Solo is interesting. However, can you imagine crushing those water bottles to get a satisfactory water flow in a public restroom stall? The noise would make using the Hygienna Solo very strange. The Washmate has a patented air valve at the bottom that allows the air to push the water and silently create a workable water jet.
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