Wireless Remotes

Wireless remotes for a bidet seat are one of the most misunderstood features that high end bidet seats offer. Once understood, the wireless remote is the control of choice for most people. The main concern we hear from people choosing a bidet remote option is the fear of losing the remote, or dropping it. All bidet seats we sell with a wireless remote control also come with a wall mount that allows the remote to be held in place without being dropped or lost.  Many bidet seat owners find that guests do not even realize that the remote comes out of the wall mount unless told that the remote comes off the wall.

screen-style-bidet-seat-remote-control.jpgThere are many benefits to having a wall mounted remote. First, ease of access.  Operating a control that's mounted next to you at, or near eye level is much simpler than operating a bidet seat from a side control where you have to look to the side and twist to see the options selected.  If you're dealing with mobility or back problems, where twisting is an issue, a remote controlled bidet seat is the way to go. As far as styles of bidet seat remote controls are concerned, they come in many different styles.  Some of these remotes have screens, others are more of a panel style.

dual-style-bidet-seat-remote-control.jpgSome remotes are single sided, others are dual sided.  While remote controlled bidet seats are the preferred control method by many, the type of remote control you choose will depend on many different elements. Bidet remotes with screens tend to also have smaller buttons, but the screen is nice to have as it provides feedback on the options selected.  That being said, many of the bidet seat remotes that do not have screens have LED lights that indicate which options are selected as well.

The other remote specific aspect to think about is dual sided remotes.  There are positives and negatives to this style of bidet remote as well.  The positive to a dual sided bidet remote is the fact that while advanced features can be configured, when a guest is using the bidet seat, he or she only sees the basic features unless they flip the remote over, which they are unlikely to do, or even know to do.  This makes it more likely that guests will use the bidet when having never tried one before.  The dual sided remote design also has it's drawbacks.  Those worried about dropping or losing the remote will not appreciate dual sided remotes as they would have to take the remote out of the wall mount to use the buttons on the back side of the remote.


Panel style remotes for bidet seats are the last type of controls we need to address.  These remotes are large and easy to use, and often have LED lights that make it easy to see what's being selected. With the style of these remotes, when mounted to the wall, they feel like a control panel more than a remote.  These are the most likely remotes to look like a permanent wall fixture.  From everything we've talked about above, it's easy to see why remote control bidet seats are the preferred controller method.  We do from time to time run into issues with the remotes responding to the seat.  If you're in a small bathroom, you might consider a bidet seat with two IR receivers to this is not an issue.  A great example of a seat that does not have issues in small bathrooms would be the Cascade 3000: This seat has two IR receivers built into it.  This setup allows the remote to operate quickly and without fail even in the smallest of bathrooms.


Types of bidet seat remote controls:

  • Bidet seat with panel style remote control
    • Larger buttons
    • LED indicator lights
  • Bidet seat with screen style remote control
    • Buttons are smaller
    • Screen shows what options are being selected
  • Bidet seat with dual sided remote control
    • Simple options on the front
    • Complex options on the back
    • Easy for guests, but a pain if you want to make adjustments


Problems with bidet seats with remotes:

  • Connectivity issues in small bathrooms (check out the Cascade 3000 for a remote control bidet seat that does not have this issue)
  • More expensive than side control units


Why get a bidet seat with remote?

  • Bidet seats with remote controls are more convenient to use
  • Wireless bidet seat remotes come in a variety of styles to fit anyone's need


Top selling bidet seat with remote:

Brondell Swash DS725 Advanced Bidet Seat

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SmartBidet SB-1000


SmartBidet SB-1000 Bidet Seat If you're looking for great value, look no further!  This SmartBidet SB-1000 bidet toilet seat offers great comfort, and features at a price that is nearly impossible to beat, with a wireless remote is easy to use...

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SmartBidet SB-110


SmartBidet SB-110 Bidet Seat Here's another great bidet for those looking for a great deal on a feature heavy bidet seat.  The SmartBidet SB-110 offers many features and multiple washes, at a price point that makes it hard to match. Key...

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SmartBidet SB-2000


SmartBidet SB-2000 Bidet Seat Those looking for a quality bidet seat at a low price point, chalked full of great features have come to the right place.  The SB-2000 by SmartBidet is hard to beat.  Armed with a slender, sleek side control,...

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