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Model # 8019A60GPC.020

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American Standard

AquaWash 2.0 SpaLet Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilet in White

$ 291 85

Overview

No bathroom is complete without the AquaWash 2.0 Manual SpaLet Bidet Seat from American Standard. This sleek bidet seat promises an unparalleled cleansing experience and improved personal hygiene, right in your own home. Designed for thorough cleansing and personal comfort, the dual nozzles direct water to both front and rear areas for an exceptionally fresh and clean feeling. Especially welcome during pregnancy and postpartum, the AquaWash 2.0 Manual Bidet Seat pampers with a soothing, adjustable warm-water spray and heated seat. Easy-to use side dial and seamless lid design make the AquaWash 2.0 Manual SpaLet Bidet Seat ideal for the whole family and a sleek addition to your bathroom.
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Product Overview

No bathroom is complete without the AquaWash 2.0 Manual SpaLet Bidet Seat from American Standard. This sleek bidet seat promises an unparalleled cleansing experience and improved personal hygiene, right in your own home. Designed for thorough cleansing and personal comfort, the dual nozzles direct water to both front and rear areas for an exceptionally fresh and clean feeling. Especially welcome during pregnancy and postpartum, the AquaWash 2.0 Manual Bidet Seat pampers with a soothing, adjustable warm-water spray and heated seat. Easy-to use side dial and seamless lid design make the AquaWash 2.0 Manual SpaLet Bidet Seat ideal for the whole family and a sleek addition to your bathroom.
  • 2 independent water sprays for front and back cleansing
  • Dual water spray system is self-cleansing, each nozzle is rinsed with water before and after each use
  • Instant heating provides unlimited warm water on demand
  • Heated seat function has 3 levels including off, temperature can be easily adjusted for comfort
  • Soft night light to guide you at night
  • Slow-close seat and lid
  • 1 button push that allows the user to easily detach the seat for convenient cleaning of hard-to-reach areas
  • Stylish, 95 mm low profile design for use with most longated bowls
  • Dial for manual operation control attached to the side of the seat
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

Model #: 8019A60GPC.020
Internet #: 308618619

No bathroom is complete without the AquaWash 2.0 Manual SpaLet Bidet Seat from American Standard. This sleek bidet seat promises an unparalleled cleansing experience and improved personal hygiene, right in your own home. Designed for thorough cleansing and personal comfort, the dual nozzles direct water to both front and rear areas for an exceptionally fresh and clean feeling. Especially welcome during pregnancy and postpartum, the AquaWash 2.0 Manual Bidet Seat pampers with a soothing, adjustable warm-water spray and heated seat. Easy-to use side dial and seamless lid design make the AquaWash 2.0 Manual SpaLet Bidet Seat ideal for the whole family and a sleek addition to your bathroom.

  • 2 independent water sprays for front and back cleansing
  • Dual water spray system is self-cleansing, each nozzle is rinsed with water before and after each use
  • Instant heating provides unlimited warm water on demand
  • Heated seat function has 3 levels including off, temperature can be easily adjusted for comfort
  • Soft night light to guide you at night
  • Slow-close seat and lid
  • 1 button push that allows the user to easily detach the seat for convenient cleaning of hard-to-reach areas
  • Stylish, 95 mm low profile design for use with most longated bowls
  • Dial for manual operation control attached to the side of the seat
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bolt Spread (in.)
5.375
Power cord length (ft.)
3.5
Product Depth (in.)
20 in
Product Height (in.)
3.75 in
Product Width (in.)
14.43 in

Details

Bidet Spray Type
Vertical
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Features
Adjustable Heat Seatings,Adjustable Sprayer Settings,Adjustable Water Pressure,Antimicrobial,Feminine Wash,Heated Seat,Lighted,Nozzle Sterilization,Posterior Wash,Soft Close,Thin Design,Warm Water Wash
Included
Bolts,Complete Kit,Hardware,Hinge,Mounting Kit,Seat,Supply Lines,T Valve Connector
Material
Polypropylene
Product Weight (lb.)
7.2 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Seat Length (in.)
11.81
Seat Material
Plastic
Seat Shape
Elongated

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Bolt Spread (in.)
5.375
Power cord length (ft.)
3.5
Product Depth (in.)
20 in
Product Height (in.)
3.75 in
Product Width (in.)
14.43 in

Details

Bidet Spray Type
Vertical
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Features
Adjustable Heat Seatings,Adjustable Sprayer Settings,Adjustable Water Pressure,Antimicrobial,Feminine Wash,Heated Seat,Lighted,Nozzle Sterilization,Posterior Wash,Soft Close,Thin Design,Warm Water Wash
Included
Bolts,Complete Kit,Hardware,Hinge,Mounting Kit,Seat,Supply Lines,T Valve Connector
Material
Polypropylene
Product Weight (lb.)
7.2 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Seat Length (in.)
11.81
Seat Material
Plastic
Seat Shape
Elongated

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

I will need to install an outlet for this and want to make sure I do not overload the breaker. The fact sheet states, "The seat consumes 1000W". Is that peak? How many Amps?

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Customer Reviews

AquaWash 2.0 SpaLet Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilet in White is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is my third 'bidet'. My first one was basically a kitchen sink hand sprayer connected to the... This is my third 'bidet'. My first one was basically a kitchen sink hand sprayer connected to the toilet. It was great for cleaning the toilet, but awkward as a bidet, and the sprayer was not self cleaning. The second was was like this, but not heated. It worked great, but I have well water, and at 45F, it was a brisk experience (especially in Winter, when the pipes made it colder). This one is by far the best. Easy to install. Looks great, with a low profile (Height 3.75"); not bulky like some (Height 6.875") or drawing attention to itself with a Captain Kirk control pad. It has a nice sanitary feature. There are Sensors in the seat; when you sit down, it turns On water to self clean the nozzles. It also has innovative mounting plug that acts as a water seal. It is a tight fit, but with a little proding I got it in (see pics). I had no electrical outlet near the toilet. I had to install an outlet for it to plug in. It is rated at 1000W; which provides it with instant unlimited warm water. Other American Standard's are around 300W; which provides limited warm water (and I assume use power all day long to maintain that reservoir?). I choose to tap into my living room's circuit (adjoining wall). My bathroom was on a single 20A breaker. I have a 1500W space heater, that I turn On when showering. I did not want to overburden the circuit. Now that it is installed, I probably could have added it to my bathroom circuit. It only uses 1000W when the sprayer is active. With only the seat heater On, it cycles ever minute between 1W and 49W. If the Seat heater is turned Off, it uses less than 1W (for the LED Night Light [see pics]). Its natural state is seat heated and water heated On Low. To save power and maximize benefit, I have mine connected to a smart outlet. In Winter, I will leave both On. In Spring and Fall, I will ask Alexa to, "Turn On Bidet", before I plan to use it (seat warms up in about 1 minute). In Summer, I will turn Off the seat heater and leave On the warm Water. Some bidet's have a dryer, but I do not have the patience to sit around to be air dried; I just use toilet paper. FWIW ... when I first turned On the water supply, it leaked from underneath. I thought I did not tighten the hose tight enough, or it was defective, but the leak stopped once the air was out of it.
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unusably low water pressure. My excitement when I received my AQUAWASH 2.0 SPALET ELECTRIC BIDET ... Unusably low water pressure. My excitement when I received my AQUAWASH 2.0 SPALET ELECTRIC BIDET SEAT FOR ELONGATED TOILET IN WHITE by American Standard was extinguished at first use. I have used bidets since my first shoulder surgery years ago and love them. I have had two inexpensive add on bidets on my current toilet with no issues and great pressure. This relatively expensive version has water pressure to low to be effective at all. The seat warmer and warm water option is nice, if you have a power supply near the toilet, but due to the low pressure it is unusable.
Date published: 2019-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The AQUAWASH 2.0 SPALET ELECTRIC BIDET SEAT FOR ELONGATED TOILET IN WHITE was easy to install and... The AQUAWASH 2.0 SPALET ELECTRIC BIDET SEAT FOR ELONGATED TOILET IN WHITE was easy to install and the operations was simple to connect. The electric seat does have some concerns with the use of electricity while sitting or using the seat. The installation was very simple and follows the same lines of installing a standard toilet seat. The connects were easy. The seat cleaning system is a great upgrade to any bathroom.
Date published: 2019-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is an electric bidet so you would need an electrical outlet near your toilet to plug it in. ... This is an electric bidet so you would need an electrical outlet near your toilet to plug it in. Lots of features and like two water sprays, self-cleansing feature after every use. Instant heating for unlimited warm water. Soft night light for use during night time. It's low profile so it doesn't seem bulky or add too much height on your toilet seat. Worth the price.
Date published: 2019-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AquaWash 2.0 SpaLet Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilet in White I have been using a standard mechanical bidet attachment to my regular toilet seat since I had hip surgery a few years ago. The inability to bend over during the recovery period after hip surgery (to avoid popping the new hip out of socket) came as quite the surprise to me. I mentioned to the surgeon that while in the hospital I was unable to wipe myself after using toilet. I have very short arms and legs and a long torso. As a little kid I couldn’t wipe myself the way my mom was teaching me. I just couldn’t reach. I wipe from the front, bending forward and being careful. After surgery I couldn’t bend. I found a tool online that had a long handle. That helped but wasn’t ideal. The add on bidet was perfect to make sure I was clean and then I used the tool to dry with. I have continued to use the bidet add on and bought this fancy bidet seat for my master bathroom. It was 5 times more expensive. It plugged in to provide warm water instead of tap water temperature. I live in California so it wasn’t ever too cold for me at room temperature. I also don’t need the heated seat. Having to have an electrical plug close by is a problem. I have one but now I have a cord stretching across the wall next to the toilet. The night light is a nice feature. Personally it has more bells and whistles than I needed but if you live somewhere very cold, the warm seat and water would be almost mandatory. I will always have a bidet attachment wherever I live. For now I have one toilet with the attachment and the other with the fancy heated seat and water version. Time will tell which one I gravitate too most frequently when nature calls.
Date published: 2019-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The seat was incredibly easy to install, I replaced the old one in about 30 minutes. All of the r... The seat was incredibly easy to install, I replaced the old one in about 30 minutes. All of the required hardware is included, all you need is a screwdriver and (maybe) an adjustable wrench (don’t overtighten). It is important to note that you do need to have an electrical outlet nearby. I installed a new one a few weeks ago knowing that I was getting this. The seat itself is comfortable, but you do lose some sitting room and the opening is smaller compared to the regular toilet seat it replaced, because the back part of the seat that houses the electronics and such take up some of the space. It is also simple to use, there are two buttons on left that toggle through low, medium and off settings for the heated seat temperature and water temperature. The dial on the right controls the water flow and ‘aim’ (forwards for front, back for rear and center for ‘off’). The flow isn’t overpowering, but enough to get you clean, and the water warms almost instantly. The sprayer itself is contained when not it use and has a self cleaning system, while the exterior doesn’t appear to be any more difficult to clean than any other seat. It also has a light that automatically illuminates for nighttime visits. My only complaint would be that the cord could be a little longer. I was able to reach mine on the opposite side, but an extra foot or two would’ve been nice so I could tuck it away better. In summary, it may seem a little expensive at first, but when you consider what you pay for a night or two at a fancy hotel compared to something like this that will last you for years of use, I think it is totally worth it. It will also save you money on toilet paper (although you’ll still need some to dry off) and have less impact on your pipes and the environment. It will get you cleaner and the seat heater and warm water are an added comfort. Go ahead and get one…your posterior will thank you later.
Date published: 2019-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We have had the AquaWash 2.0 SpaLet Electric Bidet Seat for Elongated Toilet for about a month now. This is our first bidet experience so we can not compare to any other kind of bidet, but we are very impressed with American Standard's attention to detail. The seat is comfortable, all the features are easy to access, and the wands work perfectly. First, we recommend you look at the videos from American Standard. We find they are true to the product. We thought it looked like there was not much room in the seat opening because the wands are stored in the back, but that is not a problem at all. It is very comfy. The seat is not cold at all during the warmer months, but we tried the heater quiet a bit in the first few days and it works very well. We do not see a need for the remotes that come with other bidets. Adjusting the temp of both the seat and the water is very easy to do while sitting. The water is heated, but it will take a second or two after the water begins to get warm. The dial to select which wand to use and the pressure of the water is all in one and is also super easy to reach and turn. There is a sensor on the left side of the seat and as soon as pressure is applied there is a rush of water that rinses the wand area. If you have someone who sits every time they do anything in the bathroom it will use water and we do wonder if this is going to effect the water bill. Sliding the seat off for cleaning and cleaning the wands is really easy as well. Again, attention to detail was not missed. Installation was pretty easy and only took about 30 minutes. All that was needed in our situation was a crescent wrench. Don't forget you need an electrical outlet next to your toilet. The night light is a nice bonus. It is a very subtle shade of blue. Not at all intrusive to your eyes in a dark room. It would be nice if there was a way to turn it off in the day or have a night sensor. If you are looking for a bidet and not interested in replacing your entire toilet you can not go wrong with the AquaWash 2.0 SpaLet Bidet Seat. Seriously.
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is the second bidet that I own, and I have to say that, right from the get go, I am not impr... This is the second bidet that I own, and I have to say that, right from the get go, I am not impressed with the AquaWash 2.0 SpaLet. Most of my problems were in the installation, but I do have two other issues that are bringing the rating of this bidet down to a solid 3.0. First, installation: The seat uses a base plate with two sliding plates for each hole on the toilet. This is just how my other bidet attaches as well, as the electronics and water works for the bidet sit directly above the bolts. I don't think I've ever had so much difficulty getting a seat lined up properly. The sliding plates slide around, the base plate slides around and all in all it was rather tiring and took about 20 minutes just to get this thing situated in the right spot. However, the real issues started with the hose and the attachments. The included hose is stiff as a brick and the compression connectors at either end might as well be coated in oil. I don't know why AquaWash couldn't use thumbscrews like every other connection to a toilet. The instructions do not say if you should use a wrench, but I was forced to as there was simply no way to tighten the connectors. Once I had them on there, I realized I had made a mistake... both of the connectors had cross-threaded and were sitting crooked. I took them off, and realized just how cheaply made this product is: the hose connections on the T adapter and the bidet itself are plastic, and because of the cross-threading, where now damaged. Shaking my head, I re-connected the hoses very slowly, using as little torque with the wrench as possible and pulling very hard on the hose to get it align straight. I was successful in threading the second time, but this issue would not have arisen if the hose was more limber or the connectors were a higher quality plastic. Second, Use: I discovered that the electrical cord for the bidet was 1" too short to reach the outlet... forcing me to run it up and over the toilet instead of down and under and out of the way. It looks terrible. The other issue I have, and this very well maybe the end of this bidet: it emits a very high pitched beep when in use that continues to ring until it's turned back off. It is very irritating, but only comes on sometimes. Occasionally it just beeps a single chime and that's it. Last, in closing: I am so far not impressed with this bidet. I will use it for a short while, as it does appear to give decent pressure and leaves you "feeling fresh". However, I'm not sure its worth the eye sore of the dangling power cord, or the headache of the beeping. It does have pressure control for the water, seat heat and water heat.
Date published: 2019-06-30
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