Alpha Bidet JX vs Other Bidets
Now that we’ve covered the basics of the Alpha JX bidet toilet seat, let’s find out how it compares to other top models on the market:
Alpha JX vs Alpha iX Hybrid
The Alpha JX and Alpha iX Hybrid are two bidet toilet seats made by Alpha Bidet. Both models have similar features, including front and rear wash, heated seat, warm air dryer, LED night light (the iX Hybrid’s light is blue, while the JX’s is white), soft-close lid, adjustable spray pressure and nozzle position and wireless remote control.
Where they differ is water heating type. The JX is tankless, while the iX is hybrid, which means they both have an endless supply of warm water for washing, but the hybrid has a small tank of pre-warmed water to draw from before switching over to its tankless heating element. This makes the hybrid design slightly less energy efficient than tankless, since it has to continually warm the water that’s in the reservoir.
Additionally, the iX has a more entry-level price point while the JX is more mid-range, but the JX comes with a three-year warranty, while the iX’s warranty only covers one year.
Alpha JX vs Toto C200
The Alpha JX and the Toto C200 are both powerhouses in the bidet toilet seat category with good reputations for performance and quality. They share a lot of the same features too, such as adjustable spray pressure and water temperature, self-cleaning nozzle with oscillation, heated seat, warm air dryer, soft-close lid and remote control.
Where they differ is in the heating system: The Toto C200 is a tank system while the Alpha JX is tankless. Ultimately this means the Alpha JX will be a bit more energy efficient. The Alpha JX features a night light, while the Toto C200 does not. And Toto’s build has pulse mode, deodorizer and premist functions that Alpha JX is lacking, although that comes at a price: The Toto C200 is a couple hundred dollars more expensive than the Alpha JX.
Alpha JX vs Brondell Swash 1400
These two best-in-class bidet toilet seats share many of the same core luxury features, like tankless heating for on-demand warm water, adjustable water pressure and temperature, seat warmer, warm air dryer, LED night light, soft-close lid and remote control.
But the Brondell Swash 1400 comes in at a couple hundred more than the Alpha JX, and that’s due mostly to a few additional features that you may or may not find necessary: Dual nozzles for multiple spray patterns, carbon deodorizer and a programmable remote control.
For those seeking a more affordable option that doesn’t sacrifice any of the must-have features, the Alpha JX is your best bet.