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Bidet Seat Attachment

Under seat bidet attachment with round profile

EVK-0062-MCE
Bidet Seat Attachment

Under seat bidet attachment with flat profile

EVK-0064-MCE
Bidet Toilet Seat

Non-powered, soft close bidet toilet seat

EVK-0235-MCE
Smart Bidet Toilet Seat

With wireless remote control

EVK-0199-MCE

Bidet toilet seats are an additional toileting aid that can be fitted to an existing toilet by simply replacing the toilet seat.

Bidets are used for after-toilet cleaning purposes and are commonly used by people with disability, seniors or the elderly.  

evekare’s range of bidet toilet seats consists of two options:

  • A manual or non-powered bidet seat with two cleaning modes: posterior and feminine. The bidet can be operated using a simple dial and easily be installed on most toilets.
  • A smart (electrical) bidet seat with a remote control that features a self-closing heated seat, self-cleaning nozzle, air dryer function and four cleaning modes: posterior, feminine, swing and massage.    

When to consider buying a Bidet Toilet seat?

  • When a user is suffering from incontinence
  • When a user is unable to bend and twist and turn to wipe and clean themselves after using the toilet
  • Users suffering from certain medical conditions like hemorrhoids and constipation

What to consider when buying a Bidet Toilet seat?

  • Automatic V/s Manual: Depends on the budget you have in mind and the preferences of the user. An automatic bidet seat will cost you much more as compared to a manual no-powered model.
  • Presence of an Electrical Connection: If you are going in for a powered model or a smart bidet seat then make sure that there is an electrical connection available near your toilet.
  • Spray Pressure: Whilst this comes down to personal preferences, every type of Bidet Seat is different so do assess the desired strength of the water pressure required.
  • Seat Size: An important factor to consider when investing especially for the elderly or users that may be larger in size as bidet seats will be about 2” shorter than a regular toilet. Elongated toilets would be better suited than round toilets when installing Bidet Seats.
  • Automatic Seats: Again an important factor to bear in mind especially for those with low mobility or sufferers of a physical disability where a motorized seat and lid can provide that extra bit of independence to use the bathroom.
  • User Preferences: For users with mental disabilities or memory issues, having a Bidet Toilet Seat that can recall user preferences, can play a major role in allowing one to access the toilet in privacy and with dignity. All that a user may need to do is simply press a button!
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