Good washlet. We moved and now we have a round toilet instead of an elongated one and I decided to buy a new washlet instead of replacing a toilet. The old one was also a Toto. This one is a newer model and has dryer. The only thing that I don't like about this newer model is that it does not have an On/OFF button. The physical button was very convenient for me for my particular use of the washlet. Now you either have to unplug it from the outlet or use Energy saver mode (is not good for my use). So I juts keep it in regular mode and all functions off untill I need to use it, then I juts turn on the water and seat heater manually every time. Other than that it is a good washlet.
I’m very happy with this purchase. Every time I come back from my frequent trip to Tokyo, I was feeling strong *NEED* to get this in my house. I finally did it – and I am extremely happy. I used to have a non-electric Brondell bidet seat. It was not satisfactory. It didn’t have heated seat nor hot water, but that was expected as it was non-electrical version. My biggest pet peeve was the water pressure. It was so weak I didn’t feel clean at all. I bought Brondell because I was cheap, I didn’t want to spend money to install a new outlet in my bathroom. This time I did the right thing. I hired an electrician and installed outlet in all 3 bathrooms in my house. It costs $400 but it’s worth it. If you are considering non-electrical version, skip it, just do the right thing, and get this one. You will not be disappointed.
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