Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Alvin BB-600 Review
This is a very good item. My only complaint is the seat, which is made much to thin and easily cracks.
August 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jkiphale Great Product
This is the third Bio Bidet we've purchased, and the best. They keep getting better!
August 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TRR1 Great purchase
I have used this in the past and this was a replacement for a much older model. Love it!
August 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nan70 I purchased the BioBidet bb600 Best Investment
I ordered this while in rehab from back surgery I love it. My sister saw mine
And has ordered one for herself. Best Buy ever!
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sluther1130 Healthy and Clean
Product is designed well and lasts. We've had it for over 2 years without any problems. Controls are easy to understand and the features are really nice especially in winter. Warm air and warm water.
August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lend garf reliable
i have it for 2 years,never had a problem.works great ,bought another 1 for my son.for this price great purchase.
August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rick bioBidet BB-600
Wish I had bought this a long time ago. I would really give it a 4.5 star but that is not an option. I have Crohn's Disease and used to use gobs of toilet paper. This unit is a blessing in the use of less paper, makes you more hygienic, and is more comfortable then paper. It does take more time but it is worth it.
Installed in about 35 minutes. You install the mounting plate, (make sure the top of "T" in the middle of it is towards the toilet bowel,) to the holes in the toilet base and the unit snaps into place. The 2 metal guides that go on top of the plate allow you to move the seat forward or backward on the plate. The instructions are a little vague in explaining them, and the small points on them go down to hold onto the plate. The seat can be removed to clean or for other reasons and leave the plate in place to easily reinstall. My kit had everything I needed, even an adapter to make the water attachment to my original line. I did use Teflon tape where needed to help to prevent leaks. It did not have an inline carbon filter, but our water is not hard so I did not place one. I had no leaks in new parts, but when I attached the water supply to the tank it created one in the bottom of the tank due to the washer being old and moving it slightly caused one.. That is an easy fix and just needs a new washer. My finger in the pic is pointing to my leak, so if your tank washers are old you may need to replace them.
As others have said it makes the opening of an enlongated toilet more like a round toilet, but I feel the advantages outweigh this. It would also be nice if it came in different colors, my toilet is beige and I could only get this in white.
The dryer is weak and even after 2-3 cycles it does not completely dry, usually leaves a drip of two of water. That is one improvement I would like to see, a stronger dryer, and also it would be great if it had a soap cycle in which you could add a body wash liquid soap cycle to the unit to cleanse.
August 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hippie Pretty good
I have been using the BB-600 for over a year now, and it has changed my life! It's my first bidet, and I don't understand how people live with using toilet paper. I absolutely resent every time I find myself in a situation where I have to use toilet paper. I could rant for an hour about the benefits of bidets, but on to the product at hand...
I chose the BB-600 because I wanted heated water. That was my bottom line. This was the cheapest product that seemed reliable from reviews that had heated water. I have not regretted the decision once! It was strange at first getting used to the smaller hole in the seat, and I'm still not completely sure why it's like that, but I've used another one that's the same way. Maybe to prevent water splashing everywhere? It was unfortunate because even though I purchased the small, round version, my toilet was STILL too small and the bidet hung over the edge quite a bit. That was my fault for not measuring better, but I used it anyway, and I forced the others in my house to as well, because it was AMAZING.
PROS: It has all the features I would want, plus many more. It's comfortable and easy to use. It works well. When I wipe dry, there is not even the slightest tinge of brown on the paper towel probably >90% of the time. I could even probably reuse the paper towels, but that sounds kind of gross, even IF there are no visible particles. Also, the lid closes slowly, so you just tip it halfway and then walk away. Very neat! I stayed at a house with a normal toilet seat for a couple weeks, and I can't tell you how many times I tried that out of habit and totally slammed their seat on accident. Oops!
CONS: It has too many features! I would never use half of them. The vast majority of the time, I use power saving mode with the plain oscillating stream on the lowest temp setting (without going completely cold). That's it. No heated seat. No "massage." No blow dry. Aeration is nice, but only for the RARE occasion that I feel like I need extra cleaning power; every other time, I would rather have something less aggressive. The control panel is weirdly laid out, and it's not programmable. Bad combination! In order to use my preferred mode, I have to double tap the "cleansing" button and then single tap the "aerated" button. Come on! Then I push "stop" when I'm good, because I rarely need to sit through the whole cycle. That's four button presses every time I sit on the toilet.
I can't comment on the front wash or kids modes, but I think they should both be standard on bidets, so good job on that.
So what would I change about this product? First, how about actually labeling the butt-spraying mode "bidet"?! I have to tell EVERY single guest that, even though there is a button that says "bidet," you actually have to press the "cleansing" button instead. Next, I would ABSOLUTELY NOT have aeration on by default. That should be an option you have to TURN ON when you need it, not one that you turn OFF every single time. I would just take out the blow dryer completely, because that is always a bad idea. Think about it... You just nuked the bowl with an odor bomb. Do you really want to turn a fan on and immediately blow that contaminated air out into the room? Plus it takes a very long time to air dry (like over a minute), even with the heated fan. Ain't nobody got time for that! Finally, how about just having programmable modes? That would make your job and my life much easier.
I had to live without this bidet for a few months, and I used a portable handheld squeeze bidet, and it was actually fine. I got used to the cold water, and I got close to rivaling the cleaning consistency of the electric bidet. I think in the future, I would go with something less bulky, maybe not even an electric one since I don't actually care about the fancy toilet seat and was mostly concerned with heated water. But despite that and my minor gripes, I highly recommend this product.
August 7, 2016