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In Praise of Non-Electric Bidet Seats

If you’re new to the world of bidets, you may not know that there are two types of bidets available.

These include electric bidets and non-electric bidet seats. While the electric bidet toilet seat gets a lot of airtime and coverage, we can’t afford to completely overlook its lesser-known cousin: non-electric bidet seats.

Known for their durability, simplicity, and affordability, non-electric bidet seats are a great alternative to consider.

If you’re considering investing in a bidet for your home, here are a few things to know about the latter option:

Why Look Twice at Non-Electric Bidet Seats?

While they might not be as sexy as their futuristic cousins, non-electric bidet seats have many lovable features. Here are a few of our favorites:

  1. They’re Less Expensive Than Electric Bidets

While electric bidets can easily run a few hundred dollars, non-electric bidet seats are easy to find for $200 or less. This is a substantial cost saving and an essential consideration for anyone bidet-ing on a budget.

  1. They’re Safe for the Environment

While the amount of electricity consumed by standard, electric toilet seats is incredibly minimal, non-electric seats use no electricity at all.

This means they won’t cause a spike in your home’s electric bill or suck up resources you’d rather not be using. What’s more, they can help you cut down on your toilet paper use and make your home a greener place.

  1. They’re Stronger

One of the major perks of non-electric bidet seats is that they’re much more durable than their electric toilet seat cousins. Because they feature fewer moving pieces and components than electric bidet seats, which can sometimes feel like sitting on a small spaceship, they’re studier, equipped with a longer lifespan, and easier to maintain than electric varieties.

  1. They’re Easy to Install

Again, electric bidet toilet seats are pretty easy to set up in your home, but non-electric toilet seats are easy enough for a toddler to install.

Non-electric attachments are designed to fit directly between your toilet seat and the rim of your toilet bowl. They go in in just a few minutes, with tools you probably already have on-hand.

Browse Non-Electric Bidet Seats Today

Find your perfect non-electric bidet seat! Browse our ample selection of products or give our team a call to learn more about any of the bidets we have in stock.