Why shell out for a full Toto Neorest 750H automated toilet when you can simply attach a Smartbidet SB-2000 to your existing toilet? Actually, there are at least a dozen reasons, like the Neorest's high-powered Tornado dual-flush and its zirconium non-stick surfaces. But a brand new Neorest also costs about 40 times as much as the Smartbidet, so if all you need are bidet functions, just get the seat and buy a good used car with the savings. The Smartbidet SB-2000 has all the basic bidet functions in its bowl of tricks. It has cleaning water-spray nozzles in back and front, the latter mostly for women or men with really bad hygiene. It has an adjustable warm air dryer so that you'll never run out of toilet paper again or even need to buy it. The soft-closing seat is heated, for those chilly winter nights when you really don't want to go sit in the bathroom but nature's relentless call requires you to anyway. It has a built-in control panel that rides side saddle with you, but Smartbidet's literature doesn't mention a remote control, which you'd probably lose anyway.
Bidet toilet seats are rapidly becoming a significant portion of the smart device market. The idea started in Japan, as a riff on the long-time popularity of bidets in France. The above-mentioned Japanese company Toto started the craze flowing in 1980 with their washlets, but it has gradually spread westward (or eastward, depending on which way you spin your globe) largely on the basis of enthusiastic tourists in Asia bringing the idea back to their home countries. The Smartbidet is in the low-priced portion of the market, but gets largely good reviews from online users and, according to the company, is easy to install, though you'll need to hook it into your bathroom water supply. If you want to comparison shop similarly priced models, you could start with the Biobidet USPA 6800. And if you want to play the full game of thrones, there are complete bidet toilets that are considerably less costly than the Neorest 750H, like the sympathetically named Kohler Karing.
It will give you 20-40 seconds of warm wash water then hot air to dry. It can even be put on an RV toilet as it is independent of the flush system.
Does not provide enough warm water...I recommend spending a little more and get one with unlimited warm water like the COCO 9500X.
Has all the function we need: nozzle position adjustment, water and drying temperature setting, oscillating setting, heated seat with skin sensor for energy saving.
One of the best products I have ever used and invested in. Simple to install and the quality of this product is great.
The control panel has more features than any other bidet seat...easy installation...I don't need to call an expert or waste money or time trying to figure it out.
I have to say I'm very surprised by how efficiently it functions. The water pressure is great and the warm water works perfectly.