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Luxe Bidet Neo 120 Luxury Fresh Water Self-Cleaning Non-Electric Bidet Attachment, white

The Luxe Bidet Neo 120 is a single-nozzle, non-electric mechanical bidet attachment that uses fresh water to reduce the use of toilet paper and increase hygiene. The Neo 120 is equipped with a chrome-plated water pressure control knob that allows the user to activate and adjust water pressure. With clearly defined settings, the bidet is user-friendly and can easily be operated by children and the elderly. The bidet features a convenient, hygienic nozzle guard gate for added protection and easy maintenance. The hygienic nozzle guard gate ensures that the bidet is always ready for clean operation and can open for easy access to the nozzle. When the bidet is not in use, the nozzle retracts for hygienic storage allowing for double protection behind the nozzle guard gate. The Neo 120 also features an innovative self-cleaning sanitary nozzle that streams fresh water directly over the nozzle for rinsing before or after use.

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  • $36.78 - July 7, 2020
  • $39.98 - July 6, 2020
  • $36.75 - July 4, 2020
  • $36.78 - July 3, 2020
  • $35.16 - July 1, 2020
  • $29.96 - June 30, 2020
  • $35.18 - June 26, 2020
  • $39.95 - June 25, 2020
Since: May 26, 2020
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  • Lowest Price: $29.96 - June 30, 2020
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Luxe Bidet Neo 120 Luxury Fresh Water Self-Cleaning Non-Electric Bidet Attachment, white
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 Luxury Fresh Water Self-Cleaning Non-Electric Bidet Attachment, white

$39.95 $36.78

Description

The Luxe Bidet Neo 120 is a single-nozzle, non-electric mechanical bidet attachment that uses fresh water to reduce the use of toilet paper and increase hygiene. The Neo 120 is equipped with a chrome-plated water pressure control knob that allows the user to activate and adjust water pressure. With clearly defined settings, the bidet is user-friendly and can easily be operated by children and the elderly. The bidet features a convenient, hygienic nozzle guard gate for added protection and easy maintenance. The hygienic nozzle guard gate ensures that the bidet is always ready for clean operation and can open for easy access to the nozzle. When the bidet is not in use, the nozzle retracts for hygienic storage allowing for double protection behind the nozzle guard gate. The Neo 120 also features an innovative self-cleaning sanitary nozzle that streams fresh water directly over the nozzle for rinsing before or after use.

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Specification: Luxe Bidet Neo 120 Luxury Fresh Water Self-Cleaning Non-Electric Bidet Attachment, white

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Neo 120 white

Warranty

18 month warranty for bidet and its accessories

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Price History

Price history for Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (white and white)
Latest updates:
  • $36.78 - July 7, 2020
  • $39.98 - July 6, 2020
  • $36.75 - July 4, 2020
  • $36.78 - July 3, 2020
  • $35.16 - July 1, 2020
  • $29.96 - June 30, 2020
  • $35.18 - June 26, 2020
  • $39.95 - June 25, 2020
Since: May 26, 2020
  • Highest Price: $49.95 - May 26, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $29.96 - June 30, 2020

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Luxe Bidet Neo 120 Luxury Fresh Water Self-Cleaning Non-Electric Bidet Attachment, white

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  1. FreeRange

    Unexpectedly Pleasant Goodbye Moist Towelettes. I have to be honest here and say that if it weren’t offered as a Spark Review Item, I wouldn’t even know about the Luxe Bidet line, and in this case Model 120

    I told my wife about it and she was instantly skeptical and didn’t really want me altering our toilet for a product review.

    My thoughts were that we have our own water supply (well) and independent septic system and I do NOT like flushing moist towelettes that just don’t seem like they would decompose in the septic tank.

    I turned off the water supply under the toilet, flushed the water out of the reservoir to empty the remaining water, removed the toilet seat/cover, and installed the Neo 120 in less than 15 minutes with the nylon wrench and included Teflon tape. Spit-Spot, it was ready to use and the water was back on.

    This is an interesting experience, my wife was the first to try it out and the result was a lot of awkward laughing, BUT she was instantly sold on the idea and agreed that it is a fantastic hygienic benefit! Spraying down before wiping just makes sense and now we’re wondering why we haven’t had one of these all along?

    It’s easy to operate, with easy control over the spray force, and a second dial to shift to the nozzle clean mode. The toilet seat does lean slightly forward and I highly recommend the free offer for those thicker bumpers for under the seat, this levels it out and accommodates the bidet.

    Well made, easy to install, the function is “spot-on” and I can see no downside. We ALL love it and would certainly recommend it without hesitation or reservation.

    Get one and you’ll know how dirty you’ve been all along.

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  2. ihopper

    Luxe Bidet. I got this with my sister-in-law in mind. She is in an Assisted Living Community with end stage Dementia. This is perfect in keeping her “bottom” clean and free of “skin breaks.” I would highly recommend this for anyone, but it is especially helpful for those not able to take care of their personal hygiene on their own.

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  3. Msmoemoe

    A must have. I had always wanted a bidet but never got around to getting one, now I don’t know how I’ve lived without one this long. I must say, at first installation was a little challenging for me because my water shut off is outside.. With the help of my neighbor, I was able to install it in a flash.. I love the clean feeling I get after using it.. I understand that you do not have to use the bidet every time you flush but once a day is best.. Will never live without one.. Talked to three of my friends and they have ordered this same one immediately.

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  4. rsdata

    I did not know I needed this until I got it. I got this product to review as part of the Spark Reviewer team. I did not really want to pick up one of these units. But now that I have it it is a nice addition to the bathroom. I will say that it took the better part of an hour and a trip to the local hardware store to get it installed. I used a philips and flat blade screwdriver and a pliers besides the tool that was included in the box. I am a home handyman but plumbing and toilets are not my favorites. Everything they give you in the box fit and worked well with no leaks. they did think of most every possibility. One thing they did not think of is longer bolts for the toilet seat. The unit raises the toilet seat about a 1/4 inch. This was enough to not allow the bolts that hold the toilet seat on to not be long enough anymore. A trip to the hardware store in the middle of the install was necessary to get 1/2 inch longer bolts that would allow the toilet seat to be attached and hold this unit in place. The seat will then hold the unit to the toilet bowl. I needed to fine tune the water pressure valve to get a flow that was not too strong. Beware to hold up your hand or a towel while doing the first test while looking at the toilet bowl, otherwise you will get a good squirt square on your body as the angle of flow is directly out of the toilet. As this is currently January and house is not all that warm, the flow of water on your under regions is cool; a little cooler than I would like. Perhaps a unit that allows warm water would be better, but also would be a lot more complicated to install and hook up. This is a novel addition to an ordinary bathroom that makes going their a little special and might help clean you up in a “special” situation. It appears to be durable, but I have only had it installed for less than a week. Time will tell.

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  5. Ramgo

    Amazing! This 120 Bidet is a unisex so has just the one setting. It does not change for male & female setting.

    The installation was pretty simple. It took me about 30 minutes to install as I was not quite sure what I needed to do & so went slow to insure I was doing it correctly. I suggest getting bumpers for your toilet seat so that you do not break your seat & sit level. I got mine at Home Depot.

    The nozzle is behind a door and only comes out when turned on. As soon as it is off, the nozzle retracts. The self-cleaning seems to do a great job cleaning the back, but I think you might have to clean the front of the door. Since this is new, it is not dirty yet.

    Ok…so this was my first time using a bidet ever. Oh my goodness! I don’t know if I could ever go back to going the bathroom without this. It is so much better than toilet paper! I cannot get over it. I don’t think I have ever felt so clean! We now only use toilet paper to make sure nothing still wet and so we hardly use any toilet paper since we installed this.

    Now the spray is pretty hard even on the low setting, but not hurtful. So, it might be me getting used to this or there might be something I need to tweak on my installation. Either way…I love this & will not be returning.

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  6. mvall

    Exellent Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet. The Luxe Bidet Neo 120: Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment, for yeas I have use the old type of manual bidets that are attached to the with a house to the toilet. Those that looks like you have, an old wire phone attached to your toilet.

    Now I have this revolutionary design of a futuristic Bidet attached to my toilet, it really looks like a modern and electronic toilet, or let’s say “Smart Toilet” to use the right words, as soon as you see it, you will look for the cables and the electric connections and, you will be amazed that it only works with water pressure.

    It was easy to install and brought all the necessary connections and tools for the installation, also I like how versatile it was with the connection with the toilet lid, I’m sure that there is not a single toilet where you cannot install this Bidet.

    As soon as we used it, we got in love with it, how easy, accurate and efficient it is, also we have the model 180 and I can say I like better the way you adjust the water pressure. Is more gentile.

    This particulate model came with two options, Wash and Nozzle Cleaning (yes, it is self-cleaning!).

    Everything is awesome, we use it every day.

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  7. Pearl85

    Great wash. This Bidet is simple and still gets the job done. I love the different pressures and if you adjust you can still get a woman wash- even tho it doesn’t have a female setting. So far everyone who has tried it loved how it cleans you.
    I didn’t give it 5 stars because It doesn’t have the feminine wash. I like how it self cleans, I mean sometimes you have to open it up and wipe off stuff that gets under there. Under the splash guard But that’s not too often.
    Just be careful when you try it out at first, it can pack a punch if you don’t start slow.

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  8. PickyShopper65

    Surprised and pleased! Each time I have seen a bidet on television, it has made me curious. They seemed mysterious,
    although their purpose was hygienically practical. It always appeared to be an item only available
    to the financially elite portion of the population. It was brought to my attention that a bidet was
    attainable without the need and expense of installing a partner device next to the toilet in your
    bathroom. When obtaining the device, I wasn’t sure if it was a “do it yourself” or a plumber
    would be needed. The instructions said it was easy to install. With the help of a family
    member, we able to install it quite easily. The only trick is to read and follow the directions.
    Don’t interpret and decipher, just read and follow. If you overthink it, it becomes challenging.
    It looks good in the bathroom, and not weird like I anticipated. The bidet is very simple to
    operate, and performs its function very well. Prior to the initial use, I braced myself for a ‘shot’
    of ice cold water. There was no cold water shock. The water temperature is not uncomfortable.
    It definitely cleans very well, and freshens you. I was apprehensive about the direction
    of the water, due to concern about the possibility of fecal matter being washed in the
    wrong direction on female anatomy. However, that has not been a problem. This could be
    considered a ‘luxury’ item that has been made attainable to “regular” people.
    It makes you drastically cleaner than just toilet paper.

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  9. nomomemphis

    A convenient way to finish your business. I had been entertaining the idea of a bidet for some time. Finally got the chance to order one and chose the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 because it is a good basic product to see if it is right for me. Walmart has bidet models ranging from $29 to about $70. The higher end ones give you warm water.
    The pros are that it is somewhat simple to install. If I had not had to run to the hardware store for a shorter water supply line from the wall to the Luxe supplied T connector (see cons), it would have been a 10 to 15 minute install time. The product works for what it was designed for and with amazing accuracy. Try as I might, I can not get it to do a perfect job. Still a little manual labor left after the spray. Being on a septic tank system for sewage, I do like the idea of flushing less toilet paper into the sewage system.
    The cons are that it does not look great after installation. First, the toilet seat adapters leave 4 open spaces (see photos) facing upward. Not just that it does not look great, I worry about an accumulation of dust and other matter in these voids. The instructions do not cover this part of the installation very well. Next, by the time you put supplied T in the water line, the existing water line is too long. I then needed about a 4 inch water supply line from wall to the Luxe T adapter. I could not find a 4 inch line of any sort and had to use a 6 inch line and it now has a big curve in it to use up the extra length (see photos). Then, Luxe provides a beautiful stainless steel braided line from the T adapter to the bidet water input, but it is highly visible (see photos) after installation. It seems that there could be a better way to hide this water supply line. Maybe they do on the more expensive units.
    All in all, it is a functional product with a great price if you are in the market for a bidet.

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  10. edswife

    A delicate “approach”! I received this Luxe Bidet Neo 120: Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment (Blue and White) from the Spark Reviewer program for my fair and honest opinion. I received it on Friday and finally had the opportunity on Wednesday to attach it to my toilet. The instructions for attaching were excellent. I have no experience with plumbing at all and was glad to see step by step clear instructions. The first toilet I tried in my house would not cooperate. The fittings would not come loose for me. My plumber evidently meant to have a tight fit which is good because that toilet never leaked and I never had any problems with it! On to the 2nd toilet…Success! First thing you do is turn off the water to the toilet. Flush. Hold down the handle and let the water in the tank out as much as possible. Easy. I had a towel and bucket ready for any water that remained. Step 2. Remove the toilet lid/seat and put the bidet on the toilet and put the lid/seat back on the same way you took it off. Easy. Now onto the fittings. Remove the fitting to the water tank. Attach the T-Bar as shown in the instructions. Attach the tube to the bidet. I used the plumbers tape that is supplied on the fittings. Now here’s something I really liked…I had my choice of a “plastic” T-bar connection or a “metal” one! I chose the metal one. It has a shut off on it where I can adjust the amount of water pressure that comes through or if ever I need to, I can turn it off completely. (The plastic one does not have a shut off.) It took me about 30 minutes to do the entire process and get my fittings loose on the toilet and attach the fittings for the bidet. “Slowly” turn the water to the toilet back on. If there is any water leaks, turn it off and tighten your fittings. That should fix it. Now sit on the toilet and turn your bidet on. There are several settings and on the metal T-Bar, if too much water comes out, you can adjust that as well. I have never used a bidet or been exposed to one so this is a new experience for me. Having water spray my behind was quite different. That being said, I can see where this bidet would be beneficial to someone that has difficulty reaching and cleaning that area. Also, if you have a bout of diarrhea or are getting ready for a colonoscopy (sorry to be so outright about a delicate situation) you know that you get sore there and this is much better than continuously wiping that area. So you spray that area and pat dry. You know you are clean and that area is less sore if not sore at all. I also understand that many people use those convenient, in the package, moist wipes to clean themselves. You could do away with those if you have a bidet attached to your toilet. It will only spray if you want it to spray and you can increase or decrease the water pressure and amount of water you use. It also has a setting where you can clean the nozzles of the sprayer so you don’t have to physically remove anything from the nozzles to unclog them. I would highly recommend the use of this bidet for the ease of attaching and using it, as an alternative to using wipes, and ability to do a no-hands cleaning of the nozzles.

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