The Brondell Swash 1200 bidet toilet seat is a middle class seat with many luxury features but at a fraction of the cost. The Swash 1200 bidet boasts a number of features in similarity to its higher class brother the Brondell Swash 1400, but for those seeking less bells and whistles and a better price.
Available in ROUND or ELONGATED sizes.
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Same Great Quality
The Brondell Swash 1200 bidet toilet seat has the same great quality as all Brondell seats but at a more reachable expense. Although it lacks in a dryer, a removable deoderizer, an on demand nozzle sterlization, and nozzle oscilation mode it still carries a great array of features such as: a wireless remote, cool blue night light, endless warm water, heated seat, and many others.
In comparison to its predecessor the Brondell Swash 900, the Swash 1200 has many improvements. Design has been a key thing here. Brondell has redesigned the Swash 1200 to have a sleeker overall look with its new lid. In addtion Brondell has added to its slimline look with a tuck in powercord option that tucks in the power cord behind your seat and hinders the cord from eye view. Addtionally this unit boast its new cool blue night light and presets for up to two different users.
Differences Between the Brondell Swash 1400 and Swash 1200
The main differences here are in some commodities such as a dryer. For those who plan to dry with toilet paper still, or a towel this might not be such an issue and can be omitted. Another feature that the Brondell Swash 1200 lacks that the Brondell Swash 1400 has is oscilation. Oscilation is the automatic movement of the nozzle and for some this can be a make or break as some might not want to do this manually. If you can live without the oscilation and the dryer this may be the ideal choice for you.
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- (1) Metal 7/8" T-Valve
- (1) Bidet Seat Supply Hose w/ Chrome 90 Degree Elbow
- (2) Mounting Screws
- (1) Seat Mounting Bracket
- Batteries for Remote
The Brondell Swash 1200 from BidetKing.com is covered by a 1 Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty:
100% Coverage of all parts and labor for the entire bidet for the first year from original date of purchase
Fitment and Installation Guides
Want to know if your toilet is compatible with bidet seats? Or curious about installation process? Here are some helpful resources:
If I had realized that the 1200 had no “dry” feature, I would have purchased the 1400. But I understood there were less important things that I could do without on the 1200 so I got it.
BidetKing sent the bidet promptly! I was out of town when it arrived so I didn’t realize that the dry feature was missing until I got back and it was already installed. Actually I don’t tend to use the dry too often anyway, so I’m not missing it too much!
My basic advice is to buy the 1400! It is a terrific bidet. I have had a 1400 five years in another location that has gotten constant use. I love it.
My wife and I spend a lot of time in luxury hotels in Asia where they have automatic toilets. We chose the features that we use most. This model has the right features for the money. We already had a high efficiency toilet. This saved a bundle. The cheaper add-on bidets did not offer the full experience that we wanted. Installation was not difficult. It took longer to watch the videos than to do it. The only thing that makes this a 4 instead of 5 is the size. The mechanism in the back if the toilet seat takes some space away from the opening. This makes it a little short for me, but it is not bad.