If you’re in the market for a new bidet seat, a great feature you should consider is a model with a sittable lid. This useful feature, as the name suggests, allows users to sit on the lid of the bidet seat when it’s closed without having to worry about damaging it. The vast majority of bidet seats do not have lids that can support weight and over time will break with repeated seatings.
A sittable lid comes in handy for those with young children and/or seniors living in their home. The reasoning behind this is the fact that small children have a tendency to sit and stand on toilet lids. Seniors, likewise, benefit from a sittable lid as they may be required to sit down when getting dressed in the bathroom. Some users that have small bathrooms may also use their closed toilet lid as a seat to trim their nails, wash their pets, or catch up on reading. Lastly, if you install a bidet seat in a guest bathroom and anticipate a lot of guests, a sittable lid will be safer so you don’t have to worry about what your guests are doing in the bathroom.
Below we will list some models that have a sittable lid that we highly recommend.
Bidet Seats With Sittable Lids