Hello everyone this is Daniel with many bidets.com Today’s question is from Daryl in North Carolina he wants to know how large the hole is in the brondell swash 1400. He said he seen a review that said that the hole is smaller than a traditional toilet seat.Well let’s take some measurements seen the measurements in real time should give you a good idea how large the brondell swash 1400 seat actually is. Size wise the brondell swash 1400 is very similar to a traditional toilet seat. Because the back of the brondell swash 1400 is taller than a traditional toilet seat the sitting experience might be a little bit different. Which might have affected that particular reviewer’s sitting experience. If you have any questions about these measurements or want any additional feedback, please feel free to reach out by a phone or email booster in the description or comment on this video. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe.

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