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BioBidet Luxury Bidet Seat Only $199.99 Shipped on Costco.com (Regularly $300)

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Bio Bidet

Function meets luxury at Costco

Through June 25th, Costco.com is offering members this BioBidet 6800 Luxury Bidet Seat for just $199.99 shipped (regularly $299.99)!

This bidet seat attachment includes a night light and a wireless remote with user preset settings. This top-of-the-line seat also features a warm air dryer, deodorizer, auto wash, kids functions, heated seat, and much more. Plus, you can personalize your experience by adjusting the softness of the spray or the position of the nozzles, and save the settings to your user profile!

Plus, it’s available in round or elongated shapes to fit any toilet.

Not a Costco member? Head over here for a great membership deal! Otherwise, you can score this Bidet Seat when you pay the 5% non-member fee at checkout, making your final cost $214.99 shipped.

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Undecided? Let these helpful reviews help you decide…

I was so impressed with the design and functionality of this unit, that when I saw that my favorite retailer was selling them (Costco), I had to get two! My only regret is I didn’t buy three and install them on ALL my toilets.

Installation was straightforward and simple, and its operation is also simple to use. My family loves the heated seat, warm water wash, and blow-dry heater. Great purchase and investment!

Here is why you NEED a bidet in your home!

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Comments 6

  1. Penny

    I have been looking for a sale on another BioBidet BB-1000 like I purchased from one of your previous posts. Sure would appreciate it if you find a great price and list it also.

  2. Ashley

    I know this sounds stupid, but how does the bidet help? I know that it squirts clean water on dirty nether regions, but then I get confused. . . . Do you then clean up with tissue to finish off? If you do use tissue, wouldn’t the wet area on your body just melt the tissue or you’d have to use a heap of it? or do you use a towel? A towel seems inconvenient and could create a whole host of other issues. Seriously, I really want some feedback because I cannot figure it out. And yes, I’ve googled this before to no avail.

    • HoosierNana

      Using toilet paper is just fine. A little dab will do & you don’t need nor should use a lot, it would clog the toilet most likely.

    • 50ShadesofLipstick

      There’s no need for a towel, and you wouldn’t need more than a square (or maybe two) of toilet paper to dry off. The bidet doesn’t leave you drenched lol

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I own this and LOVE it so much, Ashley! I had all the same questions. This model actually has a drying feature so you don’t have to use any TP, but it does dry for 3 minutes. Sometimes I don’t want to wait the extra time, so I pat off with a little TP afterward.

    • hana

      i hate bidets. poo particles get on it because of the water squirted on to you. it sounds sanitary, but think about it. does it scrub and sanitize itself after every use? and what about if you’re not the only one using the toilet? yaiiks

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