Detailed Bidet Toilet Seat Comparison: Bio Bidet BB-600 Ultimate VS. Bio Bidet BB-800 Prestige

NOTE: Both the BB-600 and the BB-800 have been discontinued. If you’re in search of the perfect replacement, tailored specifically to your needs and preferences, we’re here to assist! Contact us to discover your ideal bathroom solution with personalized guidance from our dedicated experts.

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Bio Bidet BB-600

Bio Bidet BB-800

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                              Bio Bidet BB-600                                                                     Bio Bidet BB-800


Bio Bidet BB-600

Bio Bidet BB-800

Average Life Span

6+ Years

7+ Years


2 year warranty, can upgrade to 6 year full warranty

3 year limited warranty, can upgrade to 6 year, full warranty

Nozzle Design

Dual Nozzles

Single 3 in 1 nozzle

Water Flow

0.26 gallons per minute

0.32 gallons per minute

Turbo Wash



Detailed comparison of the Bio Bidet BB-600 and Bio Bidet BB-800 bidet seats

If you are looking to add a bidet to your home, but want to spend less, these two bidet seat models are definitely worth checking out. The BB-600 Ultimate and BB-800 Prestige, both by the reputable Bio Bidet company, offer some great, basic luxury features at an affordable price so you can add comfort and convenience to your bathroom routine. Below, we go through the details and differences between these two seats for your consideration.


The BB-600 and BB-800 are two well crafted, yet affordable bidet seats. Both of these seats have an attractive, classic look that will go with any bathroom style.  You can purchase them in both an elongated and round seat styles for versatility.

One common design element that these two seats share is the side panel controls connected to the right of each seat. The side panel controls can be a good option for those who don’t want to worry about misplacing their remote control or prefer the convenience of the placement. Although they are both intuitive and function similarly, the BB-800 panel is a bit slimmer and more streamlined and offers brightly colored icon buttons, while the BB-600 panel offers a different shape and layout.


Nozzles Design

The BB-800 includes Bio Bidet’s patented, 3 in 1 nozzle that performs a front wash, rear wash and powerful turbo wash. Alternatively, the BB-600 comes with a 2 in 1 nozzle that only offers basic front and rear washes. The nozzles on both of these seat models also provide a wide spray, an oscillating wash, and a soothing pulse wash so you can find what’s most comfortable for your body.

Water Flow

A bidet seats water flow rate will help determine how effective your wash cycle will be. In this comparison, both of these seats have higher flow rates with the BB-800 offering 0.32 gallons per minute and the BB-600 having 0.26 gallons per minute. Worth noting, a higher water flow rate is beneficial for those who experience urinary and bowel incontinence since it can help provide a more thorough cleaning. Additionally, a high flow rate can be nice if you are just looking to get clean a little faster.

Turbo Wash

The Bio Bidet BB-800 offers a strong turbo wash cycle. This special wash option sprays a more focused water stream, which helps to stimulate bowel movements. While the turbo wash is not as powerful as Bio Bidet’s patented enema wash, it can still bring comfort to those who struggle with constipation.

Other Details


Bio Bidet offers a 2 year warranty to go along with the BB-600 and a 3 year limited warranty for the BB-800. However, If you wish to add additional coverage to your purchase, you can upgrade both to 6 year full warranties.

Final Thoughts

The BB-800 and BB-600 are two great seats to consider if you are looking for an affordable, entry level to mid level bidet. While these two seat function similarly, the BB-800 has a bit more to offer with it’s turbo wash and high water flow rate, which is something to consider if anyone in your household is afflicted with any bowel related discomforts like constipation or incontinence.

Another thing to consider is which control panel layout and design you would prefer to operate.