REVIEW – Over the years, I’ve been putting off trying many little things in life, and as I get older decided to make at least some of that bucket list a reality. From hot yoga to seeing more of the world, the clock is ticking and it’s time to start making things happen. So when bio Bidet asked if we’d like to review their high-tech, feature-rich Bliss BB-2000 bidet I quickly volunteered. We here in the US rarely see or use a bidet and silly as it sounds, trying one out has been on my bucket list…so let’s try it out and see if it lives up to the hype.
A bit of background – During the course of this review I learned a decent amount about the various types of bidets, why people use them, and where around the world they’re used. The bidet comes in three basic styles: shower hose, separate toilet bowl, and electronic toilet seat with many of the higher-end features and functions being integrated into the fancier models of the latter two styles. But the bottom line is the main purpose of a bidet is to give your bum a quick shower after going to the bathroom.
What is it?
The bio Bidet Bliss BB-2000 is an electric bidet replacement for your existing toilet seat.
What’s in the box?
- bio Bidet Bliss BB-2000 bidet toilet seat
- Remote control & mount
- 1/2″ O.D. Compression Conversion Nut
- 2 x Nuts
- Water Supply Hose
- 2 x Cone Packing
- 2 x Mounting Bolts
- 2 x Bolt Case
- AAA Batteries
If your bathroom and toilet are set up correctly, bio Bidet includes everything needed to get the Bliss BB-2000 operational relatively quickly and easily. Though “…bathroom and toilet set up correctly…” includes a dedicated 15 amp GCFI circuit close enough to plug the unit into and fittings from the supply line are compatible with the included hoses and valve.
- Dimensions – W 15.4in x L 20.9in x H 6in
- Shipping Weight – 17 lb
- Water Temperature – Adjustable Low – Medium – High
- Seat Temperature – Adjustable Low – Medium – High
- Dryer Temperature – Adjustable Low – Medium – High
- Water Pressure – 5 Levels
- Rated Voltage – AC 120V, 60Hz
- Rated Power Consumption – 1400W
- Stainless steel nozzle
- Patented 3-in-1 nozzle system
- Auto wash
- Wider water stream
- Wide cleaning
- Massage cleaning
- Patented vortex water stream
- Satisfying posterior cleaning
- Soft feminine cleaning
- Bubble infusion
- Nozzle self-clean
- U-Pick wireless remote controls (BB-2000)
- Patent pending Hydro-Flush
- Motorized nozzle clean
- Touch screen panel
- One-touch nozzle replacement
- Night light
- Adjustable heated seat
- Powerful deodorizer
- Intelligent body sensor
- Adjustable warm air dry
- Slow closing
- Quick release for easy cleaning
- Automatic power save
- 3 year full warranty
Design and features
The bio Bidet Bliss BB-2000 is a well-made, feature-packed seat cover electric smart bidet engineered to take bathroom luxury to the next level. The BB-2000 has a stylish design that fits nicely into a majority of bathroom decor.
If you’re lucky and your bathroom has an electrical outlet close by, installing the bio Bidet BB-2000 is a snap. It took less than 30 minutes to remove the old toilet seat, shutting off the water valve, installing the new BB-2000 hardware, and finally connecting it into the water inflow. I suggest reading the PDF instruction manual (available via download from bioBliss) which saved us a bit of time. Lastly is to plug the BB-2000 into its built-in reservoir that preheats the water.
Once I figured out the remote, turned up the pressure and temperature the BB-2000 does an excellent getting the job done.
What I like
- Well made with quality materials
- Excellent features
- Adjustable heated seat, water flow, and air drying
What needs to be improved
- Needs dedicated power outlet
When it comes to the bio Bidet Bliss BB-2000 Bidet smart/electronic toilet seat, if my wife would let me, I would put one in every bathroom in our house!
Where to buy: bio Bidet and Amazon
Source: The sample of this product was provided by bio Bidet.
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I bought a Toto K300, and because I have skirted toilets the water adapter wouldn’t connect, so I called Toto and they told me to purchase an extension piece from them or Amazon. During this process I reread the info on the BB-2000, which uses a T adapter at the shut off valve. I’m returning the K300 in favor of the BB-2000 which I ordered yesterday. Other than the hookup frustration there were a few enhancements that seemed to justify the switch.