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Bidets come in many, and I mean many, options. While it is easy to get overwhelmed (especially for new users), there are a few options that truly stand out for price and quality. I rarely write a full-length bidet review as usually I would boil these down for you, the user, into my top bidet seat picks.
Why choose the BioBidet Bliss BB2000 Elongated White Bidet Smart Toilet Seat? In this review, I will cover the advantages of this top-tier bidet. Included will be a discussion of its appearance and size and features including the 3-in-1 nozzle, warm air dryer, water heating, deodorizer, heated seat, remote control, energy savings, and warranty.
With a lot of talk of the BioBidet Bliss BB2000, it has merited itself a full review – one in which I was pleasantly surprised. If you want to understand more about everything I look for in a bidet, check out my must-have bidet features here. Below, I will pick apart every feature that I tried (multiple times) in order to best give you an accurate review.
The Bio Bidet Bliss BB2000 Top Feature List
Appearance and Size
The appearance of the Bliss BB2000 is sleek. I am pleasantly surprised that the product images were a very accurate portrayal of this bidet. I love the contour lines, adding a bit of elegance to the bathroom. The water supply line is thinner than my previous one, but since my toilet is not in an area that would be seen it was less important to me (though good to note – some have toilets that may be visible).
One of the things I love is the elongated style. This is important to me- having a larger toilet. It also helps minimize the “sloping” look many bidets have as they fit the controls on them. Overall, this is one of the nicest-looking bidets I have seen.
The 3-in-1 Nozzle
This should really be called the 20-in-1 nozzle (slight exaggeration). While it refers to the three stream types – vortex, feminine, and posterior – there are many more than 3 features associated with this nozzle. Firstly, in the aforementioned wash types, there is a bubble infusion which is quite nice to experience.
Here are some other features this nozzle includes.
- Hydro-Flush Nozzle Cleaning
This cleaning happens from the inside-out. It has a unique auto-clean that rids it of any germs using a high-pressure spray.
- Exclusive CleanSurge Motion
This is a quick movement, wherein the nozzle retracts and extracts as the hydro-flush is happening. The result is an inside and outside nozzle clean that leaves the nozzle nothing short of impeccable after less than half a minute.
- Easy Nozzle Removal
Easy is a bit of an understatement here. This is a patent-pending feature that only Bio Bidet has – it is a single-turn nozzle changer. This is perfect for guests or multiple-person households that want to keep separate nozzles. (or even just to remove them).
All in all, I can’t say enough good things about the nozzle. The only feature that isn’t as robust is the oscillation. And, even at that, I would choose this nozzle any day over a dual or oscillating nozzle.
Warm Air Dryer
The warm air drying feature was a pleasant surprise for me. While it works about as well or a little better than similar models, this air dryer was fully adjustable. This is great because many bidets have a single setting. This precision allows stronger gusts and warmer air if desired.
Before I explain this feature, it is important to understand that there are two common types of water heating when it comes to bidets.
The first is to have a hot water tank, of sorts, built into the bidet seat. This allows the water to be stored at the perfect temperature and used immediately without any adjustments. The drawback to this version of heating is that the water tank supply is limited. Once you are out of water in the tank it will be cooler as the heating cannot keep up with demand.
The second heating option, which is more popular in recent times, is a coil inside that heats up, and as the water passes through it is heated immediately. This works well for larger amounts of water, but it is less accurate for heating temperature and can be fickle in its design.
The Bliss BB2000 is unique, it utilizes both of these to offer the best possible user experience. The tank is set and ready, and the coil is a backup for if the tank runs out. With this, the water is at the perfect temperature, immediately usable, and never runs out. As of today, this is the most ingenious water-heating technology I have ever used on a bidet.
This bidet has a deodorizer that works well. There is nothing spectacular, but it also gets the job done (which is what you want, right?).
The BB2000 has an adjustable heated seat that works great. I tried it at a few different settings and it was perfect each time – I could definitely tell the difference in temperatures each time I used it.
The remote control is far from exceptional. There is nothing wrong with it, but you may want to check the user guide before trying to make it work. It has many features, most of which are only an icon on a button. Once you get the hang of it, the remote is a great working feature. One nice thing is that it allows for black or white which means you can choose a remote that will blend in with the environment it is sitting in.
While this bidet does not boast strong energy savings in most areas, it is safe to assume that it saves at least a similar amount of money and energy as other models. It may require a little more energy with all the adjustment features and the water tank – but those features (in my opinion) outweigh the costs.
The Bliss BB2000 boasts quite a long warranty – 3 full years. This is a great sign when a company knows it has put out a good enough product to offer a warranty that would outlast most of its competitor’s products. For the cost, this is an awesome bet, because if anything goes wrong in a long timeframe you will be covered.
Are there any negative things to say about this model?
After a positive review of every feature, it is difficult to say anything negative about a bidet. The only “problem” I found is that there are a couple of key features from high-end bidets that this one does not appear to have. The main ones are:
I briefly touched on this idea during the energy savings, but it is impossible to determine the actual savings without extended use and not having used a bidet prior to this to understand what the change is. I would say the only disappointing thing about this, is there is no “auto eco” type mode, where you can sacrifice a little heat on the seat or set timers to have it save energy at appropriate times.
- Memory Settings:
While this isn’t as expected from most models, it is a nice feature that I check for. When you have a multi-person household, it is nice to have memory settings so each user is entirely satisfied. I will say, I prefer the exchanging nozzle to the memory settings, as that is a more important feature to me personally when dealing with multiple users.
All things considered, the Bliss BB2000 is one of my favorite bidets that I have ever used. The two features I would have liked to have included are minimal at most, and everything else it includes is well above average. Coming in at such a low cost, the BB2000 should be a top consideration for a serious bidet purchaser.
If you absolutely need a less expensive option, you should look into getting the BB-600 – it is a lot less robust, but it does the job well for someone who does not need quite as much luxury. Ultimately, the choice is up to you, but I leave these recommendations standing.