Metal hold down was stripped and would not tighten...received a new one to replace the faulty toilet seat no problem...new one had same problem. Changed brands
This seat is beautiful and true to color. It looks so nice in my bathroom. As for how well it is built, it seems to be okay. I certainly wouldn't want kids to be lifting and slamming the seat because I am not sure that the chrome metal hinge would take any abuse. Very happy with this seat.
I love bidets! I wish our country used them in all public restrooms, like Japan. I've long wanted one for home use, so I could cut down on toilet paper and enjoy the benefits of how fresh it makes you feel all day long. They really are worth the money, but it's important to know what you're looking for. I live in an apartment and it's an OLD building. No electric outlets in my bathroom at all. So I needed a non-electric bidet, which was also something I wanted because they are way cheaper than electric bidets and I'm a pretty low-maintenance kinda gal. The features you get with the electric versions are nice, but definitely not necessities. I love that this one has a hot and a cold nozzle & two settings, depending on what angle you want to water to be directed. For women, it's very nice to have these options, and I don't see them with a lot of non-electric bidets. So, it arrived very fast, and I immediately set about installing it. Very easy. Took no time at all to screw into place underneath my toilet seat. The kicker was that the parts to hook up to the water didn't fit either the hot water pipe running from my sink OR the cold water running directly from the toilet. So, I made a trip to the hardware store, thinking it would be easy to find the reducer couplings to fit onto my old plumbing and essentially fit the bidet to my pipes using adapters. Nope. I ended up having my handy boyfriend help me. He took the old fittings off entirely and replaced them with new standard sizes, and from there on it was simple. I think it should have been simple anyway, except that my building is 120 years old! The plumbing is at least 30 years old, possibly older. So, that wasn't necessarily the fault of this bidet. It came with everything I needed, and had I been dealing with a newer toilet, I am certain it would have been easier. So, finally, on to the operation of this thing! It's great. Very efficient and actually quite sensitive controls, especially considering they aren't motorized. Perfect in that way. But there's almost too much power in the spray, which is a problem if you have a round toilet with a shorter depth, like my ancient little porcelain throne. The jet spray was actually way too long at first, and it missed this user entirely, spraying completely outside the bowl, haha. So, I pushed the unit as far back as I could get it to go (it's got a nice feature that allows you to move it and screw it in place at a depth and angle that works best for your toilet). That helped, and I think if you turn the bidet's metal on/off water control on each of the water pipes, just a smidge, maybe it will slow down the flow of water a little and help keep it in the bowl. If you have an elongated toilet, you're definitely in better shape, but for the price, I don't mind tinkering with this a little to get it perfected. This, to me, is a great purchase, especially considering it's non-electric. It's easily as high quality as an electric unit. Having hot water is awesome, though you may have to run your sink hot water a bit before using it, in order to get the heated water pumping first, as that's its source of hot water. Depends on your pipes. Mine, of course, are old and lazy, so I need about 30 seconds of running water before it gets hot. This isn't a deal-breaker though. If you have a newer plumbing system, you'll probably find this to be a perfect addition to your bathroom Really good unit and highly recommended. Makes life better!
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