Best Bidets by Type
Bidet functionality can be classified into two main types: electric and non-electric. These two different styles are what determines a whole host of other features, such as heating (seat, water or both), drying capability, ease of installation and price.
While in some other countries, you may find a separate toilet and bidet in the bathroom, the best bidets for toilets in the U.S. are bidet toilet seats and bidet attachments. Let’s take a look at our top picks for bidets by type, to help you figure out which style is best for your needs.
Though bidets have long been a popular bathroom appliance in other countries, it wasn’t until the “great toilet paper shortage of 2020” that they started to catch on here in the U.S.
Bidet enthusiasts report feeling cleaner, fresher and more hygienic after making the switch. In fact, consumers have coined the phrase, “Once you bidet, you’ll never go back.”
And the benefits go beyond a pristine clean: Using a bidet means less toilet paper, which contributes to sustainability, combating deforestation and offsetting water usage that paper production requires.
If you’re looking for a bidet but worried about making the right choice with so many options to choose from, we’ve got you covered. We’ve done extensive research and brand comparisons that will wash your fears away—keep reading to find out which bidet is the best for you.
Best Overall Bidets
- Alpha JX
- Feature-forward electric bidet toilet seat with remote control
- Endless, on-demand warm water, heated air dryer and heated seat
- Adjustable temperature and pressure controls
- Self-cleaning nozzle with aerated water for a gentler wash
- Pre-programmed wash settings, front and rear wash and nozzle oscillation mode
- Slim, streamlined design with LED night light and easy installation
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