Non-Electric Bidet Attachment Fitment Guide
This guide will help you determine if your toilet is compatible with our non-electric bidet attachments.
I want to purchase a non-electric bidet attachment. Will it fit my toilet?
Buying a bidet attachment is easy once you know what kind of toilet you have. First, you need to figure out whether you have a 1 piece toilet, or a 2 piece toilet.
|1 PIECE TOILET
A toilet sculpted into a seamless unit, and has no crevices between the tank and bowl.
|2 PIECE TOILET
This type of toilet has a separate tank and bowl which are bolted together upon installation
I have a 2 piece toilet. Which non-electric bidets will fit?
2 piece toilets are great for bidet attachments because just about all of them will fit fine. The only restriction is for the Bio Bidet BB-i3000 and Brondell Ecoseat 100 which require toilets with an Elongated bowl. See below if you need help determining your bowl shape.
I have a 1 piece toilet. Which non-electric bidets will fit?
Depending on the actual shape of your 1 piece toilet, our non-electric bidet attachments may or may not fit. If you're not sure, simply give us a call, or email us a picture of your toilet at [email protected] - we're here to help.
If the bowl remains relatively flat and meets the toilet tank at close to a 90 degree angle, our bidet attachments will fit.
1 Piece toilets like the TOTO Ultramax or the Kohler Memoirs are great examples.
If the tank is curved and meets the bowl on a slope (known as a "french curve") then it is unlikely our bidet attachments will fit.
The Kohler Rialto and San Raphael are popular examples.
NOTE: The Brondell CleanSpa Hand Held Sprayers are the only models that will fit this style.
How do I measure my toilet to determine if I have a Round or Elongated bowl?
The non-electric bidet attachments we carry will work on either round or elongated bowls. Only the Bio Bidet BB-i3000 and Brondell Ecoseat 100 require elongated bowls. Measure your toilet in inches according to the guide below:
Line A: Bidet seats need a minimum of 1.5" of clearance from the center of the toilet seat bolt holes, to the front of the toilet tank.
Line B: The distance between the centers of the bolts holes should be between 5" and 7.5"
Line C: Elongated bowls have a measurement greater than 18" from the center of the bolt holes to the front of the bowl. Round bowls have a shorter measurement, usually between 16" and 17.5".
Again, if you're not sure, simply give us a call, or email us a picture of your toilet at [email protected] - we're here to help.