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Speaking as a hirsute gentleman, the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 has soured me on pooping in bidet-less toilets forever. It’s shown me the difference between rubbing peanut butter out of shag carpeting with a paper towel, and that sparkling clean feeling you get right when you step out of the shower. The unit took me all of about 10 minutes to install on my existing toilet with only a wrench. The easy-to-control flow valve allows you to provide just the right amount of water pressure for a full range of cleaning, from "gentle trickling stream" to "full-on ‘Silkwood’ decontamination", ensuring the end of your bowel movement leaves you feeling cleaner and more refreshed than using just toilet paper alone. Even flush-able wet wipes pale in comparison. Check it out!
Product Description 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.
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 – Self Cleaning Nozzle – Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white) Review
When my husband first suggested getting a bidet, my immediate visceral reaction was, ‘Eww no! No way I’m using that!’ Therefore, when it came in the mail two days later (thanks Prime!) and my husband installed it, I stood in the hall and informed him that I would still be using toilet paper thank you very much. Fast forward thirty minutes to when my husband ‘took it for a spin’, as it were, and exclaimed from the bathroom that it was ‘the most amazing thing ever and I HAD to try it!’I put up a good fight, but in the end, my husband’s darling brown eyes won me over, as they always do, and I decided to give it a whirl. Oh my sweet mercy hallelujah. It was heaven. A bit startling at first, if you have never used a bidet, but I have never felt cleaner in my whole life! It also has been helpful to those of us who have hemorrhoids (THANKS CHILDBIRTH) because it is a bit gentle and less abrasive than toilet paper tends to be. We haven’t bought toilet paper since we bought it (March, so, 4 months) and I haven’t missed it a bit. My husband and I now fight over using the downstairs bathroom, because the upstairs bathroom is lacking the glorious invention that is the Luxe Neo 120. I should take off a star for wrecking my marriage, Luxe Bidet Neo 120! THANKS. As for the bidet itself, it is easy peasy to install (according to my husband; I wouldn’t know because I was having a toilet paper protest in the hall at the time of its installation) and simple to clean for the most part. ..the back (where it attaches to the toilet) is a bit more difficult to clean than your average, sad, greatly lacking, bidet-less toilet, but nothing major at all. The nozzle where the water shoots out is covered by a neat little ‘sanitary shield’ which is a nice touch. To clean the nozzle itself you simply turn the ‘self cleaning’ knob on the bidet controls and instead of squirting ‘out’ it squirts down to rinse itself off. Its very independent that way,***IF YOUR TOILET SEAT DOESN’T SIT FLUSH (hhhaaaa do you see what I did there?) with the bidet installed, we discovered (after the recommended ‘bumper kits’ kept shifting and falling off, that PLASTIC DOMED DOOR STOPPERS work AMAZING for propping the seat up. We picked up four (but only used three) from Home Depot (but you can order them online as well National Hardware V337 Wall Door Stops, White ) and attached them with contact cement to the toilet seat. The seat rests much more evenly and firmly since we have attached them. Because aint nobody want to be wobbling and falling off the toilet. I never dreamed I would love a bidet this much, and its gotten to the point that I really don’t like staying at other people’s houses who DON’T have a bidet. Some people miss their dogs, their bed, their TV, or their closet when they are on vacation; not me. ..I miss Luxe Neo 120. It is better than all the dogs, beds, TVs, and closets put together. -Read Reviews-
Sleek Design – Upgrade your bathroom with Luxe Bidet’s beautifully designed bidet attachments, featuring chrome-plated water pressure control knobs for a more elegant look.
High Quality Parts – We use high quality parts that are built to last making Luxe Bidet an excellent value for the price. Neo 120 is constructed with high-pressure faucet quality valves with metal/ceramic core and braided steel hoses instead of traditional plastic.
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.
Sanitary Protection – Self-cleaning feature sanitizes the nozzle 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.
Warranty & 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.
I’ve installed all kinds of bidets over the years, including previous models from this same manufacturer. This seems to be their best model yet. The unit is stylish and comes with everything you need. Installation is a total breeze and does not require the removal of your water supply valve (those who are not into plumbing will attest to the pain it can be to properly install compression fittings. )To install the unit, all you have to do is remove your toilet seat, align the unit holes to the seat holes, put the seat on top of it and then tighten the plastic screws. Then, turn off the water supply valve and flush. Remove the braided water supply hose and replace it with the one supplied in the product (optional. ) Plug the supplied “T” to your water tank input, plug the braided hose coming from the supply valve to the “T” and use the other supplied hose to connect “T” to the Neo and you’re all set. I measured and it took me literally six minutes to install everything. Compared to previous versions, this product has a nicer finish. The wand (the place where the water comes out of) has a small “door” protecting it from contamination (very useful if you have boys in the house that are still working on their marksmanship). Under normal use, the pressure of the water will pull the wand down and throw water at its “target”. The unit also has a “cleaning function” that will activate the water flow without unlocking the wand. This will make water hit the “protection door” from the inside and go back to the wand, cleaning it. This product also seems to be “thinner” than other products from the same company, which doesn’t cause a noticeable “raised seat” effect. The water stream is also “softer” than previous versions, which is very welcome. In all, I think this product is worth the $15 difference over its predecessors, both for its better style and improved functionality.