Brondell began in 2003 in San Francisco. The company takes its name from the 18th century Englishman who invented the valve-flush toilet.
Its Swash line has been a hit amongst bidet shoppers, and the 900 is no exception. Like its younger brother the 1000, the 900 gets high marks for its comfort, ease of installation, and quality features.
As with other bidet seats like Biobidet's USPA 6800 and BB-800, the 900 can be a bit slow to warm up. This can lead to a cold spray in the most vulnerable orifices. It has also received minor criticism for the awkward angle of its feminine wash setting.
Overall, the Swash 900 does old Mr. Brondell proud. The toilet has come a long way since 1738.
Unit has seat warming function, water pressure adjustments, three position spray patterns, heated water adjustments...all these functions are done on the fly with the remote.
Very flexible and easy to use controls and very easy installation...stream of wash water is cool initially and takes a couple of seconds to warm up.
Was able to provide me with a great cleaning experience. I also like the fact that the remote is simple to use. It doesn't have so many features that I am overwhelmed.
Installation was fairly easy...works great and has all the features I was looking for - namely the heated seat and warm water adjustable wash.
Love the refreshing feeling... Angle of the feminine wash is way off...remote is way too small and difficult to identify buttons...has lots of room for improvements.
The product is quality made and has all the functions we need. The installation is very easy...Overall, it is good product and will keep an eye on long term reliability.
Has multiple temperature and pressure settings and spray patterns. Nozzle can be adjusted using the remote. Very comfy seat position.
It is a comfortable seat, the features work as described and I am very happy with my purchase. And customer service still exists!
The seat was fairly easy to install...controls are intuitive and easy to understand...materials seem solid and well built.
This bidet is very slow. I think the inline heater takes that extra 20-30 seconds to get going...Once it starts up it is fine but the lag time is annoying.