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I have the Neo320 and I can’t get it to stop dripping from the cold water connection. It’s not constant or consistent but I’ll find small drips every few days. Anyone else have this?

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On 12/29/2018 at 3:09 PM, hornbri said:

Ended up with a BB-2000, spent yesterday running a electric outlet from the breaker box in the attic on one side of the house to the bathroom that is on the other side of the house. Installing the BB today. Hope it is worth it as you all say. 

That's a high quality piece of engineering you bought there.  Bravo my friend.

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On 12/29/2018 at 5:09 PM, Damor said:

This threas changed my life

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Is there a finger in there that tickles your g-spot too?

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Just now stumbling across this thread.  Been wanting one of these for years.  My wife refuses to let me get one though.  Bought some squatty pottys that she hated so anything that has to do with the toilet she is very much against.  May just need to buy and install one then let her try it out...

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1 hour ago, Prepuce of Doom said:

Do it. She doesn't have to use it, but she will eventually. 

This.

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7 hours ago, BearCountry11 said:

Just now stumbling across this thread.  Been wanting one of these for years.  My wife refuses to let me get one though.  Bought some squatty pottys that she hated so anything that has to do with the toilet she is very much against.  May just need to buy and install one then let her try it out...

I was reading this thread New Years Eve and bought one.  Haven't installed it or mentioned to the wife.  It's getting installed tomorrow - she'll likely notice it tomorrow afternoon sometime.

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8 hours ago, BearCountry11 said:

Just now stumbling across this thread.  Been wanting one of these for years.  My wife refuses to let me get one though.  Bought some squatty pottys that she hated so anything that has to do with the toilet she is very much against.  May just need to buy and install one then let her try it out...

She just doesn't want a clean ass because then you'll ask to fuck it.  Get it, install it.  Takes no more than 30 minutes, 10 with the right tools.  She'll eventually try it.  The only wildcard is your water pressure.  I had one apartment that I could barely turn it on without shredding my asshole.  I had another apartment where I had to go full blast.  Was great in both situations.  Going to upgrade to one with a dryer here soon.

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Just installed this today. Decided to go cheap on the first one. To see if I'd actually use it or not.
Worked great the first time.

Any tips on preferred drying methods?

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Use a dense and absorbant brand of toilet paper if you don't already. Not a thin, scratchy one - you don't need that extra traction any longer. 

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18 hours ago, BearCountry11 said:

My wife refuses to let me get one though.  

You need to grow a pair, son. 

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On 12/29/2018 at 4:09 PM, Damor said:

This threas changed my life

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Captain Picard would be proud to pilot that vessel.

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i swore to myself to post a public service announcement in here when this thread popped back up.

proper bidet technique eluded me when i first started bathing my blowhole. i don't know if it was homophobia or fear of blowing something out inside me, but i always clenched my o-ring when i was power washing it. it wasn't until i read something on the other site that the light came on for me. you need to unclench that balloon knot, boys. let the water "come in" a little so it can blast any turtle head lying just behind the ring of fire. just relax that kegel and clean maybe another 1/8" inside the caca cave.

trust me, the paper will always come back clean. 

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It's just mind bottling how resistant most people are to bidets. 

Since seeing the light almost exactly 2 years ago (due to this thread, or more precisely, its shaggy predecessor), I tried to become the Johnny Appleseed of bidets and spread the word.  I mean, these things should sell themselves over conventional paper- more hygienic, quicker, cheaper, no roids.  What's not to love? 

As I tell these poor, ignorant folks, if you got some shit on your hand would you just wipe it off with a paper towel or would you wash that sumbitch in the sink?  Yet, people just balk at it and are unwilling to consider it.  I've just given up even trying.  

    

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I'm ready for bidets to start making an appearance in workplace bathrooms. I mean, for the love of God, who shits at home during the work week? And my hairy ass needs that spray.

Preach the good word, @Not a cat.

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I actually brought it up to our facilities manager and told him how much money he would save in the TP budget.  He looked at me like I had suggested a sauna and massage chair in every office.  

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6 minutes ago, Not a cat said:

It's just mind bottling how resistant most people are to bidets. 

Since seeing the light almost exactly 2 years ago (due to this thread, or more precisely, its shaggy predecessor), I tried to become the Johnny Appleseed of bidets and spread the word.  I mean, these things should sell themselves over conventional paper- more hygienic, quicker, cheaper, no roids.  What's not to love? 

As I tell these poor, ignorant folks, if you got some shit on your hand would you just wipe it off with a paper towel or would you wash that sumbitch in the sink?  Yet, people just balk at it and are unwilling to consider it.  I've just given up even trying.  

    

this is a phenomenon that i fail to understand. I've tried selling the concept to friends and family. only my brother bit. not from being told, but by experiencing one first hand in a european hotel room. 

"i've been telling you for 3 faulking years!"

one of my friends, a doctor of all people, laughs and he thinks (my older models) it looks like something from an old folks home. i just tell him he's afraid that getting that squirt up there will tip him over the edge in deciding he likes big caulks up there.

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I'm ready for bidets to start making an appearance in workplace bathrooms. I mean, for the love of God, who shits at home during the work week? And my hairy ass needs that spray.
Preach the good word, [mention=157]Not a cat[/mention].


This would be nice. About once a month I go home to take a shit. 25 minute round trip.

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The resistance really is crazy.  It is like I have to walk around with a star patch on my arm to let everyone know I have a cleaner ass then them.  I'm an outcast in my family but I also have the freshest browneye.  My brother straight up thinks its gay as shit (his words not mine so I don't want to hear about it).  I meant to buy some astors for everyone in my family this year over Xmas but forgot.  Next year is the year.  

And regarding the clinching of the asshole, I go one further and actually push out my knot to make sure I get in all the creases.  I don't sit on the shitter long enough to do damage to my butthole so a little extra push isn't anything for me to worry about.  Agree on the cottenelle soft as shit tp for drying.  I typically use about 4 sheets folded over each other to dry but could do with 2-3 sheets.  It is expensive for tp but a 12 pack will last a single male taking 2 shits a day (at home) about 4-5 months.  Small price to pay for luxury.

**Edit: A cottenelle "Mega roll" has 380 sheets and is $22 for a 24 pack.  Using 4 sheets per shit to dry and shitting 3 times a day you will have enough TP to last 760 days.  That's 2,280 shits on $22.  Less than a penny per shit.  Not only is a bidet the best solution from a hygiene standpoint, it is also extremely economical.  I look back on my days as a child and using the "super wad" technique and can't imagine how pissed my parents must have been with the bathroom supplies bill.

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my wife was resistant because she thought the sprayer would end up with shit sprinkles on it and she'd be the one having to clean it.  hasn't been a problem and she's happy with it.

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15 minutes ago, 4th&Five said:

my wife was resistant because she thought the sprayer would end up with shit sprinkles on it and she'd be the one having to clean it.  hasn't been a problem and she's happy with it.

When I was engaged my fiancee thought it would spray shit into her pussy.  Didn't happen but she didn't like the cold water.  For me, there isn't a thing I like more than cooling down my Thai food spicy asshole than ice cold water.

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in the midst of a master bath remodel and contemplating the kohler numi 2.0 strongly...

anyone have the first generation one?

 

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When I was engaged my fiancee thought it would spray shit into her pussy.  Didn't happen but she didn't like the cold water.  For me, there isn't a thing I like more than cooling down my Thai food spicy asshole than ice cold water.
Yeah, the whole cold/hot water deal is a non issue. My butthole is usually pretty warm and moist, so nothing feels better that a shot of cold water to freshen things up a bit down there.

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3 hours ago, Jhawk said:

 

And regarding the clinching of the asshole, I go one further and actually push out my knot to make sure I get in all the creases.  I don't sit on the shitter long enough to do damage to my butthole so a little extra push isn't anything for me to worry about.  

 

You really need to properly calibrate the water pressure when you push out a bit. This is VERY important. 

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2 hours ago, sidis said:

in the midst of a master bath remodel and contemplating the kohler numi 2.0 strongly...

anyone have the first generation one?

 

Yeah, I love my butt hole and all but I ain’t spending 6 grand on a terlet.

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6 hours ago, Rimbo said:

I'm ready for bidets to start making an appearance in workplace bathrooms. I mean, for the love of God, who shits at home during the work week? And my hairy ass needs that spray.

Preach the good word, @Not a cat.

Exactly.  Anyone found a bidet for a commercial workplace toilet?  This needs to happen.

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6 hours ago, Not a cat said:

It's just mind bottling how resistant most people are to bidets. 

Since seeing the light almost exactly 2 years ago (due to this thread, or more precisely, its shaggy predecessor), I tried to become the Johnny Appleseed of bidets and spread the word.  I mean, these things should sell themselves over conventional paper- more hygienic, quicker, cheaper, no roids.  What's not to love? 

As I tell these poor, ignorant folks, if you got some shit on your hand would you just wipe it off with a paper towel or would you wash that sumbitch in the sink?  Yet, people just balk at it and are unwilling to consider it.  I've just given up even trying.  

    

So. Much. This.

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25 minutes ago, Limp Brisket said:

Exactly.  Anyone found a bidet for a commercial workplace toilet?  This needs to happen.

I’m about to move to Tulsa and I’m thinking about having one put in my office. We have common area bathrooms so that’s a no go.

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1 hour ago, cabowabo said:
4 hours ago, Jhawk said:
When I was engaged my fiancee thought it would spray shit into her pussy.  Didn't happen but she didn't like the cold water.  For me, there isn't a thing I like more than cooling down my Thai food spicy asshole than ice cold water.

Yeah, the whole cold/hot water deal is a non issue. My butthole is usually pretty warm and moist, so nothing feels better that a shot of cold water to freshen things up a bit down there.

You get the seat that heats the water. You can set how hot you want it, or turn the heat off. Win-win.

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The cold water is a non-issue for me. Best $22 I've ever spent. That Brondell also looks sleeker than most of the others.

Been in a hotel for 3 days. Don't even want to shit until I get home.

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3 hours ago, Deej said:

 

Been in a hotel for 3 days. Don't even want to shit until I get home.

Bidets in your home will make work travel suck even more. 

As far as being Poopy Appleseed, I've bought and installed 5 bidets (sometimes with permission sometimes not) in the bathrooms that I use when visiting family members.

Every household has become a convert and installed them in the rest of their bathrooms. 

Joy Bidet should be paying me a commission. 

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The luxe 120 installed. Water pressure seems a bit high. Waiting on that post work duece to try it out.

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Seeking some help, fellas. I’m taking the plunge and getting my PhD in pooping.

I need a recommendation for a cold only water bidet, single spray. I assume variable pressure is a good feature for control or does the variability just add another variable to mess up the aim? If I don’t buy a low profile, I’ll need new toilet seat bumpers? Astor, Luxe, Brondel?

The squatty potty is already in the shopping cart, just need help getting the right bidet to minimize the gripping from the Mrs. C.

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8 hours ago, William_Cannon said:

Seeking some help, fellas. I’m taking the plunge and getting my PhD in pooping.

I need a recommendation for a cold only water bidet, single spray. I assume variable pressure is a good feature for control or does the variability just add another variable to mess up the aim? If I don’t buy a low profile, I’ll need new toilet seat bumpers? Astor, Luxe, Brondel?

The squatty potty is already in the shopping cart, just need help getting the right bidet to minimize the gripping from the Mrs. C.
 

in my opinion they all function great. i've had 4 different brands. it all comes down to appearances. for me personally i would only go with a low profile one so it doesn't look like some senior assisted living situation is going on.  and a t-valve to control pressure is a must. some come with it.

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On 1/9/2019 at 9:20 AM, AM Wood said:

i swore to myself to post a public service announcement in here when this thread popped back up.

proper bidet technique eluded me when i first started bathing my blowhole. i don't know if it was homophobia or fear of blowing something out inside me, but i always clenched my o-ring when i was power washing it. it wasn't until i read something on the other site that the light came on for me. you need to unclench that balloon knot, boys. let the water "come in" a little so it can blast any turtle head lying just behind the ring of fire. just relax that kegel and clean maybe another 1/8" inside the caca cave.

trust me, the paper will always come back clean. 

LOL at you poors and your bidets.  I have a man-servant who digs any malingerers out of my ass with a rubber spoon.  Then washes it clean, and dabs dry with the finest chamois cloth.

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On 1/15/2019 at 7:19 AM, AM Wood said:

in my opinion they all function great. i've had 4 different brands. it all comes down to appearances. for me personally i would only go with a low profile one so it doesn't look like some senior assisted living situation is going on.  and a t-valve to control pressure is a must. some come with it.

Yeah, they are basically all the same as far as function.  They are all likely made at the same factory in China.

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