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Brondell Bidet – Thinline Dual Nozzle SimpleSpa SS-250 Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment in White with SafeCore Internal Valve and Nozzle Guard

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Standard Delivery: Get it to United Arab Emirates by 10-March to 14-March

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Simple. Secure. Clean. At just 0.2 inches, the SimpleSpa Dual Nozzle is one of the thinnest bidet attachments on the market. Its thin profile keeps your toilet seat level, unlike thicker attachments. This not only reduces the unsightly gap between your toilet seat and toilet fixture, it also eliminates the stress points that can cause seat cracking. The SimpleSpa's durable brass and ceramic internal components won't corrode or wear down and are protected by the sonic-sealed outer shell. This secure attachment body offers multiple layers of leak protection. Customize your wash experience with a quick turn of the control knob. The SimpleSpa Dual Nozzle comes with all the parts needed for a standard installation, including a durable metal hose and metal t-valve. Features like the nozzle guard and retractable nozzles ensure that you wash is always clean and hygienic. Simple. Secure. Clean.

Features
  • THIN AND SIMPLE: no toilet seat gap, at 0.2 inches the Thinline Dual Nozzle SimpleSpa is slimmer and thinner than other bidet attachments
  • CLEAN AND REFRESHING: fresh water spray bidet with nozzle guard and dual retractable nozzles for rear and front washes
  • TRUE PRESSURE CONTROL: smooth turning controls make pressure adjustment easy and give you ultimate control unlike stepping pressure systems that have preset pressure levels
  • QUALITY COMPONENTS – EASY TO INSTALL: very slim and strong with metal braided hose and t-valve with SafeCore Internal Valve, no plumber or tools needed for installation
  • PREMIUM BRAND YOU CAN TRUST: from the leader in bidet products - Brondell
  • Ratings & Reviews

    4.6 ratings
    Customer Reviews
    • G.

      Amazing and worry free with slight modification!!

      Toilet: Kohler Santa RosaOrdered the brondell thinline for my mother who is elderly, has a leg amputation, and Parkinson’s. Thought it would help her bathroom experience and hygiene and I was right. Decided to order one for myself to try it first and absolutely love having a bidet now. Everyone without one is living in the dark ages. Should be the law in this country that everyone have one. Love it!!That being said, as per the photos, I made a slight modification that I think many people might wanna make and I’ll explain why.I’m a single male aged 40 and also a diy guy when it comes to construction, plumbing, etc. I installed this in my master bathroom. Tried it and loved it.But here is the problem with nearly all bidets like this one. They put a t-valve between your supply line from the wall and your toilet. Then the t-valve is connected to the bidet, which has a valve to turn the bidet on/off when in use. The issue here is that if the bidet valve fails or a part of the bidet breaks, you have full water pressure from the supply line ready to flood the house. This isn’t a problem when a toilet fails internally because the water just goes into the overflow and into the bowl and down the toilet drain. But now if the bidet breaks, the only place for that water to go is likely all over your bathroom floor until you realize it’s leaking. Because I’m out of the house all day and nobody is home, I could come home to who knows how many feet of water in my entire house if it fails while I’m gone. I’m not saying this bidet is cheaply made. But it’s not super expensive and I get you don’t get the world’s finest materials for this price point. And I’m okay with that. But what I needed was a more reliable fail safe for when I’m not home.What I did was I went to Lowe’s and found a straight silver (to match the color and hardware in my bathroom) quarter turn ball valve with a 3/8 male end for a supply line hose to a 3/8 lead pipe female end. It was like $8. I also got a new supply line hose because the hose that comes with the bidet won’t accommodate the new valve I bought. The supply line hose is a 3/8 to 3/8 FIP 20 inch hose.I hooked the new 3/8 inch supply line hose to the t-valve that comes with the bidet. I hooked the other end of the 3/8 inch supply line to the new quarter turn ball valve. Then I hooked the ball valve to the bidet arm. The purpose of this is so that I can keep the quarter turn ball valve off at all times when the bidet is not in use. The ball valve is plumbing grade and would be super unusual to have a catastrophic failure. So I know I’ve essentially prevented a flood if the bidet breaks because it has no water pressure to it until I turn on the quarter turn ball valve. And it’s redundant protection because if the ball valve did fail the water would still have to get through the bidet valve.It is super easy to turn the ball valve a quarter turn while you’re on the toilet because it sits right below the bidet valve. It’s rather discrete as well and doesn’t look out of place at all. I turn on the ball valve, do my business, turn the bidet valve to clean up, turn off the bidet valve and then turn off the quarter turn valve. Takes no time at all. But now I don’t worry about flooding all day while at work. That supply line hose and quarter turn valve are designed to withstand constant plumbing pressure.I did need to get a 1/4” rubber washer for the quarter turn valve, as the valve doesn’t come with one. You get a bunch of those washers for like a buck or so at Home Depot. I’m sure Lowe’s has them also. I also used plumbers tape at the connection between the quarter turn ball valve and bidet arm to ensure a leak free connection. Be careful when installing the quarter turn valve that you don’t over tighten it so tight you break the plastic on the bidet arm connection. I got a nice tight and snug fit and was able to keep the handle of the quarter turn ball valve on the outside of the bidet arm for easy access.I hope this helps people feel a greater sense of ease from the fear of a leaking bidet. My brother mimicked my modification and found it to be helpful in keeping his 3 year old boy from turning on the bidet on accident. The quarter turn valve is harder for a toddler to turn than the bidet valve. They’d also have to know to turn them both on to get it to work. So it’s a little bit of a toddler proofing as well.Also, to make the seat sit completely flat without pressure on the bidet, I added four 1” fender washers under each hinge of the toilet seat between the hinge and the bidet. It raised the hinges up just enough that the toilet seat doesn’t contact the bidet and allows the seat to touch the front of the toilet without rising up when nobody is sitting on it. Again, discrete, easy, cheap, and effective.I have to say, I’m super happy with the setup. Brondell, you’re welcome to send me any royalties if you incorporate my idea into your product as a standard feature, which I highly recommend.Anyway, I hope all you new bidet owners enjoy your new level of freshness. We can never go back. For those that don’t have a bidet, take a chance to live like a king.

    • P. T.

      Washes your a hole a okay

      not much to say. sprays a high powered jet of water in, at and around your nooks and crannies. my recommendation would be to give yourself a quick wipe to knock off the stalactites and stalagmites, power wash your corn hole and then give it a finish pass to get all the drips, drops and anything that may still be lurking under the mountainous terrain of hemorrhoids that have built up over the years. the cold water is rather soothing but if you're a pansy, get a warm water model. Water pressure could peel the barnacles off of a cruise ship, so be carefulEdit: I've been powerwashing my posterior for a year and a half with great results. I don't blow through half a roll of toilet paper in a single sitting anymore, so it has definitely paid for itself many times over, but I've still found the nozzle to be a little too concentrated and turning the knob slightly more than you should could result in what I'm guessing could be considered a low colonic. If you crank the water up and point just the right way, you'll know what I'm talking about. Other than that, I've found that diet plays a role in how functional this can be. Don't expect 100% the first shot after a night of stromboli rolls or churrascaria, you'll need to have a couple of goes at it with a little spot check in between. My OCD is to the level that, I'm probably the only bidet owner in the world that can still clog his toilet with TP despite having this contraption - strombolis don't help with that either. I've tried models from other brands and their jets seem far less invasive, but for the money, I really can't complain. If this one goes (no pun intended), I'll probably level up to one that doesn't want to rip my skin off. But on a good note, if you've got hemorrhoids, this thing will either reduce the swelling and irritation from wiping or it'll waterjet those puppies right off of your body - not sure which one happens, but it's definitely worth looking into if you're one of the many with those little PITA.Coronavirus edit:I'm glad people in America are finally embracing these things. Sometimes it takes a pandemic to change a centuries old way of thinking. While the hoarders are busy wiping with napkins, paper towels, dirty dish rags, old socks and carpet samples, sophisticated folks are finally enjoying a clean cornhole for the first time in their lives. I'm glad I jumped ahead of the curve 2 years ago. I, like many, was reluctant until that fateful evening of a hemorrhoid that just wouldn't quit and a rectum that damn near killed 'em. Since then, I've used the travel model as well and have had very little issues despite business travel and overeating slowly putting me into an early grave.

    • P.

      Perfect Gift for the Uninitiated. They'll love it!

      The young woman who installed my new Brondell Thinline SimpleSpa Bidet earlier this week — in less than 15 minutes with no special tools! — stopped by this afternoon. She’s still floating on the high of being a plumbing wench even if I wasn’t able to convince her to try it herself. BUT(T) by the end of the evening, she was finally willing to give it a try. And I regret not having the camera ready when she was done. "I WANT ONE! OMG! It’s not at all what I was expecting!" Tomorrow she and her mom are stopping by for "tea and butter tarts" that will morph into enticing her mom to try out the bidet herself. And then, up on Bolo to Buy Again. Who knows..... I might have to take reservations 😁 Best purchase this year!Edit: a second bidet arrived on Tuesday and installed at my friend's parents' house. They are loving it!Edit 2: a ***third*** bidet was just ordered tonight for yet another friend 😁. I might need to start working on commission for Brondell 😍Edit 3: Yupper! A fourth bidet was ordered via a visitor who stopped by this morning. I really need to take photos of how large these smiles are on first timers. 😍Edit 4: Sadly mine has developed a leak that became worse as time went on. It is unusable as is unless I’m in the mood to mop the bathroom floor. Whether self-cleaning or bidet mode, same water pattern with most of the water going behind the bowl and onto the floor. I suspect the plastic nozzle has cracked where it meets the frame. I like this model enough I would replace it yearly if the price was lower. Sadly the price increased well beyond the others and double the US price. Canadian exchange rate is not at 100% yet.Edit 5: who was I kidding? I replaced with the same model, and I figured out the problem was owner/operator at fault. I had been afraid of breaking the original toilet seat screws that attach to the porcelain throne so the seat was constantly moving. At some point in time it slipped a bit too far causing the cracked plastic. I spoke with a licensed plumber who told me not to be so cautious when reinstalling. I’ve not had to retighten the screws in well over a year. The bidet is working perfectly and I’m still as happy as a human not in sh*t 😂. Best purchase ever.

    • s. m. t.

      Awesome! But cold!

      The media could not be loaded.  Product took 10 minutes to set up, start to finish.Comes with plumbing tape so it doesn't leak.First time trying it I got really scared because as you see in the video the pressure is hard core. It will definitely take some getting used to. I don't think my child will use it because 1. The pressure can't be locked so he can accidental hurt himself. And 2. It's cold water.If you have a toddler you want to learn to clean himself without you maybe go with a different one that's tempature and pressure adjusted but for your every day joe, this will get your chocolate cookie clean.

    • C.

      the consensus is that we all like it. Now only use 2 sheets of TP ...

      First impression after installation.(Will update after use if required.)Was a quick install without any tools needed.All couplings are tightened hand tight and do not leak.Only could not use the washer between the T-connector and the tank, but used the provided Teflon tape instead.The whole family had to try it out as we had no prior experience with a bidet.I did not expect the quick buy-in of the family, but why would not want to be done with the scratchy TP wiping?After the initial new sensation and screams, the consensus is that we all like it.Now only use 2 sheets of TP to dry off.Like the sleek look and ease of operation.Did not need to adjust the seat height.It is also easy to keep clean, as there are no crevices to get dirty.

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