Sittable Lids

A sittable lid on a bidet seat is one of the most overlooked features.  We tend to see this be the case because customers are so used to toilet seats that have lids that can be sat on, they just assume bidet seats also have lids that can be sat on.  While some bidet seats offer lids that can be sat on, they are far and few between.  The reason for this stems from the fact that the back of a bidet seat stores the hardware that makes the seat work.  Due to this, the lid of a bidet seat comes off the back at a different slope than a standard toilet seat lid. To make the lid of a bidet seat sittable, the manufacturer has to look at multiple facets of the design.  The bidet seat needs to store the hardware in the back in a condense enough way to allow the front of the seat, and the lid to lay flat. The lid of the bidet seat needs to "grip" the seat to prevent slipping from side to side.  The lid itself needs to be thick, and shaped in such a way not to flex too much when sat on.  With all these requirements, it's easy to see why so few bidet seats offer sittable lids. However, if you need to sit on the lid for clipping or painting toenails, drying your feet, or helping someone who's in the tub, getting one of the bidet seats on this list will be a must!



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