Non-Electric Bidet Attachments at BidetKing.com
Non-electric bidet attachments are the easiest way to add bidet functionality to your existing toilet. Most bidet attachments, like the Bio Bidet BB-50, are simply installed underneath your existing toilet seat with no need for an electrical outlet. They hookup to the nearest water source and provide fresh water cleansing powered by water pressure. Some non-electric bidets, like the Bio Bidet BB-i3000, replace your toilet seat altogether and can even be hooked up to a hot water source to provide a comfortable warm water wash. Read More
Some advantages of non-electric bidet attachments include affordability, ease of installation, the ability to keep your current toilet seat, and higher water pressure and volume. Since they are powered directly by water pressure, non-electric bidets are able to produce much higher water pressure and volume than their electronic counterparts. However, since no electricity in involved, convenience features like heated seats and dryers are not available..
Can Non-Electric Bidets Provide Warm Water Cleansing?
Yes! Several of the non-electric bidets at BidetKing.com have warm water capabilities. They come with built-in mixing valves and long flexible supply tubes so they can be hooked up to a nearby hot water source. The closest hot water source in a bathroom is typically under the sink. By connecting the bidet to both hot and cold water, the user can then enjoy warm water cleansing. Read More
While having warm water to wash is a big plus, there are also some drawbacks to using warm water with non-electric bidets when compared to electronic bidet seats. First, it complicates installation in that you need to run a long flex tube to your nearest hot water source. Not everyone’s bathroom is setup with a sink nearby. Second, users are at the mercy of how quickly they can get hot water to their faucet. Unlike electronic bidet seats where the warm water is ready to go immediately, non-electric bidets need time before hot water actually arrives.