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Swipe+ Bidet

Swipe+ Bidet

Regular price $500.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $500.00 USD
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Description
  • Sidearm for easy full control of your wash
  • Multilight with 4 color options
  • Self cleaning stainless steel nozzle
  • Adjustable water temperature and pressure
  • Positionable nozzle, nozzle oscillation
  • Pulse and massage options, and a continuous heated water stream
  • Warm air dryer
  • Automatic deodorizer
  • cUPC certified
  • 1 year warranty

Please note that this item is made to work on a 110V/60Hz power grid and has a type B power plug. If you are ordering from another country you may need an adapter for the Swipe+ to operate. Any use of 3rd party tools to operate the Swipe+ will void warranty.

See the User Manual for more product specifications.

PLEASE NOTE THAT SHIPPING OF THE SWIPE+ WILL BE LIMITED TO CANADA AND THE USA.

Product Information
Quality is guaranteed. If there is a functional error or visible quality issues, we'll replace or refund it.
Unfortunately we cannot accept general returns or sizing-related returns.
Size Guide
Elongated: 18.5x20.7x5.7in / 47x52.58x14.48cm
Round: 18.5x19.5 inx5.7in / 47x49.53x14.48cm
Warranty
See user manual.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
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KeyMasterOfGozer (Marietta, US)
Doesn't get the job done for me

I had very high expectations, since LTT products take a long time to drisign and get as perfect of a product as possible. And it may very well be the best bidet toilet seat attachment out there. It seems to match features with even the more expensive ones that I have found researching online. I am not intending this review to be negative, but I think the LTT guys would appreciate an honest feedback.

Maybe my high expectations are why I am so disappointed. These are the big things that I felt fell short of my expecations. I haven't tried any of the other options on the Market, so these problems could very well be present in all other options.

1) Water volume: The pressure is good, but it feels like a very small stream of water. It certainly gets most of the mess off, but the full cycle doesn't leave me clean. TP is not an option, it is a neccessity. I have to move around on the seat to get coverage. I've only ever used a stand alone bidet before, but the water from it was easily 10 times the volume. I was much cleaner after using it. Maybe that's not a fair comparison.

2) The dryer is also not very powerful. I cna barely feel the air. It does get me a little dryer than I was.

3) The control arm is placed in a terrible place. Looking at the other options on the market, this is common placement, but many have a remote. The arm is placed so that it is beneath and behind me when sitting on the seat. I have to slide off the side of the seat to crane my head around and see under and behind me. The buttons have small symbols that are hard to read from that far away. I'm not young, so it's hard to read. I have to basically get off the seat to see what the buttons are, which makes them not work anymore (you have to be seated for the buttons to function). That could be mitigated if the buttons were shaped or had more tactile differntiation. They are slightly raised soft bumps, so I have to memorize the positions of some of the buttons, then count bumps as best as I can, hoping I remembered right and didn't miss one. It is not a user friendly proposition. It would be much better if the arm could be moved and mounted somewhere where it could be seen to select the functions you want.

Other Notes:

* Installation was great. Easy to install.

* slanted seat is not favorable, but not terrible. Maybe just need to get used to it.

* would love alternate colors for LED. red for night vision preservation, for instance.

G
Gordon P. (Frederick, US)
Works for us!

Let me preface by saying that you have to check your current setup before knowing if it will work for you.
1. You need power close to your toilet, preferably on the right side (facing the toilet)
2. You need to know the size of your toilet. Check the size guides and measure. There are some adjustments you can make, but even for ours (short) it was almost too big for our toilet.

With those out of the way, as long as you are willing to follow the instructions and maybe have to update some pipes (we did, and it was a good thing regardless) this thing works!
I think it is a testament that now going to other toilets because we can't hold it has become "I feel like a savage". Our privilege was definitely showing. It is so worth it though. I personally believe strongly that every house should have these... at least the base model and if you have the setup for it and the money, I feel like it wasn't money down the drain. My wife even asked if we moved if we could take it with us. I had to tell her it just depended on the setup of the new place and if we were willing to make updates if it didn't have electric where we needed it. So I guess that is now a consideration for when we house hunt!

a
andrewmzhang (Chicago, US)
10/10 Bidet

Having used Japanese bidets before, I'm very happy with this bidet. Has all the necessary features one expects from a bidet.

G
Gareth P. (Jersey City, US)
A Necessary Upgrade

The big feature that pulled my wife and I to this model was that it heated the water, every other feature was just a bonus. The heated seat is perfect on the lowest setting, and the 48hr flush option is a good piece of mind for when we go away from home for a couple days. This has been a huge and much needed upgrade for our bathroom. Going into the cons next I cannot stress enough that this is overall a very good product that we are happy with! The cons: The nightlight is far too bright in the middle of the night! It would be nicer to cable manage if it had a right angle plug, and it is overall quite large on the top of the toilet. It also may not fit on your toilet if it has stylistic curves from the basin the the seat, or very little room behind the lid attachment bolts. Check the documentation! Overall, we think it is worth the investment.

D
Dane

I have never used a bidet before and not disappointed with this one. My only regret is not buying an elongated toilet first and getting that version.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
80%
(8)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
10%
(1)
0%
(0)
K
KeyMasterOfGozer (Marietta, US)
Doesn't get the job done for me

I had very high expectations, since LTT products take a long time to drisign and get as perfect of a product as possible. And it may very well be the best bidet toilet seat attachment out there. It seems to match features with even the more expensive ones that I have found researching online. I am not intending this review to be negative, but I think the LTT guys would appreciate an honest feedback.

Maybe my high expectations are why I am so disappointed. These are the big things that I felt fell short of my expecations. I haven't tried any of the other options on the Market, so these problems could very well be present in all other options.

1) Water volume: The pressure is good, but it feels like a very small stream of water. It certainly gets most of the mess off, but the full cycle doesn't leave me clean. TP is not an option, it is a neccessity. I have to move around on the seat to get coverage. I've only ever used a stand alone bidet before, but the water from it was easily 10 times the volume. I was much cleaner after using it. Maybe that's not a fair comparison.

2) The dryer is also not very powerful. I cna barely feel the air. It does get me a little dryer than I was.

3) The control arm is placed in a terrible place. Looking at the other options on the market, this is common placement, but many have a remote. The arm is placed so that it is beneath and behind me when sitting on the seat. I have to slide off the side of the seat to crane my head around and see under and behind me. The buttons have small symbols that are hard to read from that far away. I'm not young, so it's hard to read. I have to basically get off the seat to see what the buttons are, which makes them not work anymore (you have to be seated for the buttons to function). That could be mitigated if the buttons were shaped or had more tactile differntiation. They are slightly raised soft bumps, so I have to memorize the positions of some of the buttons, then count bumps as best as I can, hoping I remembered right and didn't miss one. It is not a user friendly proposition. It would be much better if the arm could be moved and mounted somewhere where it could be seen to select the functions you want.

Other Notes:

* Installation was great. Easy to install.

* slanted seat is not favorable, but not terrible. Maybe just need to get used to it.

* would love alternate colors for LED. red for night vision preservation, for instance.

G
Gordon P. (Frederick, US)
Works for us!

Let me preface by saying that you have to check your current setup before knowing if it will work for you.
1. You need power close to your toilet, preferably on the right side (facing the toilet)
2. You need to know the size of your toilet. Check the size guides and measure. There are some adjustments you can make, but even for ours (short) it was almost too big for our toilet.

With those out of the way, as long as you are willing to follow the instructions and maybe have to update some pipes (we did, and it was a good thing regardless) this thing works!
I think it is a testament that now going to other toilets because we can't hold it has become "I feel like a savage". Our privilege was definitely showing. It is so worth it though. I personally believe strongly that every house should have these... at least the base model and if you have the setup for it and the money, I feel like it wasn't money down the drain. My wife even asked if we moved if we could take it with us. I had to tell her it just depended on the setup of the new place and if we were willing to make updates if it didn't have electric where we needed it. So I guess that is now a consideration for when we house hunt!

a
andrewmzhang (Chicago, US)
10/10 Bidet

Having used Japanese bidets before, I'm very happy with this bidet. Has all the necessary features one expects from a bidet.

G
Gareth P. (Jersey City, US)
A Necessary Upgrade

The big feature that pulled my wife and I to this model was that it heated the water, every other feature was just a bonus. The heated seat is perfect on the lowest setting, and the 48hr flush option is a good piece of mind for when we go away from home for a couple days. This has been a huge and much needed upgrade for our bathroom. Going into the cons next I cannot stress enough that this is overall a very good product that we are happy with! The cons: The nightlight is far too bright in the middle of the night! It would be nicer to cable manage if it had a right angle plug, and it is overall quite large on the top of the toilet. It also may not fit on your toilet if it has stylistic curves from the basin the the seat, or very little room behind the lid attachment bolts. Check the documentation! Overall, we think it is worth the investment.

D
Dane

I have never used a bidet before and not disappointed with this one. My only regret is not buying an elongated toilet first and getting that version.