The Alpha ONE V2 non-electric bidet seat from BidetKing.com is unlike any other bidet on the market today. Thanks to its ultra slim design, the Alpha ONE resembles a normal toilet seat, but has powerful bidet cleansing functionality built-in. It can be installed in just 10 minutes, requires no electricity, and features a simple one lever control system that’s simple enough for anyone to use. Oh, and it’s also the most affordable bidet seat available.
The V2 model is updated with a sturdier lid and hinges from the original.
The Alpha ONE Bidet Seat is ELONGATED and fits 2pc toilets and most 1pc toilets without a French curve.
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The Alpha ONE bidet seat offers both front and rear cool water cleansing with retractable dual nozzles. The nozzles are robust and specially designed for an optimal spray pattern. Pulling the chrome control lever back will activate the powerful rear wash. Pushing the lever forward will start the soothing front feminine wash. Return the lever to its middle position and the spray will stop. Just simple, effective cleansing with no frills.
Most non-electric bidet attachments on the market are either big bulky seats, or are fitted underneath the rear of your toilet seat. While they are functional, their appearance leaves a lot to be desired. Enter, the Alpha One. At just 2.5” tall in the rear, the Alpha One is the most discrete bidet seat currently in production.
The Alpha One bidet will replace your existing toilet seat and will fit on almost any residential elongated toilet (except some one piece toilets with extreme curves). However, don’t let its sleek silhouette fool you. The Alpha One bidet seat is rated to withstand 300lbs and even has a sturdy, sittable lid. Both the seat and lid are slow closing to prevent slams.
10 Minute Installation
The Alpha One can be installed by just about anybody. Its non-electric cool water design means plumbing is a breeze via an included brass 7/8” t-valve that goes underneath the toilet tank. A braided metal supply hose then connects to the side of the seat and you’re done. The Alpha One bidet seat will then slide into a mounting bracket that gets secured to your toilet bowl. Just two bolts, and one valve.
Quality Inside and Out
Beyond its attractive exterior, the Alpha One is also built better on the inside. Utilizing a unified internal brass valve with brass inlet, the Alpha One bidet is all about eliminating leaks. A metal t-valve leads to a braided metal supply hose which connects to a brass inlet on a unified brass pressure valve. See what we did there? Compare our valves and fittings to the competition and you’ll see why we’re so excited about the Alpha One.
- Powerful Rear Wash
- Front Feminine Wash
- Dual Nozzles
- Sturdy Sittable Lid
- Slow Closing Seat and Lid
- Ultra Slim Design (Just 2.5” Tall)
- No Electricity or Batteries Required
- Ambient Room Temperature Water
- Unified Internal Brass Valve w/ Brass Inlet
- Angled Metal Braided Supply Hose
- Universal 7/8” Brass T-Valve
- Simple DIY 10 Minute Installation
- 1 Year Warranty
(1) Metal 7/8" T-Valve
(1) Braided Metal Supply Hose w/ 90 Degree Elbow
(2) Top Mounting Hardware
(1) Seat Mounting Bracket
Durable too. We've had it for 5 years... Easy.
Good product but had a terrible time connecting to the deeply recessed float valve connection under the tank. Need some type of extender.
I've been looking for bidet attachments or seats for quite some time. Finally broke down and ordered this one. Here are the pluses:
1. Comes with all required hardware and metal hose.
2. Easy to install. I never heard a peep coming from the bathroom while hubby was installing it. There is usually a steady stream of off color words when he is doing something new.
3. Adjustable pressure lever is amazing. Allows you to select from a nice stream to a painful spray!
4. Looks great - low profile.
I adore it.
We now have 3 of these seats & they're really useful. Keep us clean & REALLY cut down toilet paper use. Arrived quickly & very easy to install. The lights are a nice touch & help avoid stumbling in the dark.
Although I am happy with the bidet I have, it did require a plumber to install (had a drip when I installed it... not as fool proof as instructions imply). I had previously bought a bidet that required an electrical plug... to run a plug was going to cost me $1200 so I returned it for the Alpha ONE V2. I was a bit annoyed that I had to pay for shipping, and I think, one other minor expense. All good in the long run.