Picking Bidet Seats For Amputees

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When it comes to finding the right seat for an amputee, two things matter most.  How large are the buttons that operate the remote, and how easy are the buttons to access?  Below are our top picks for amputees .

Our recommended seats for Amputees

 

First Place Pick: Bio Bidet BB-1000

Price: $499

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Pros:

Cons:

You Might Choose This Seat If:

  • Large remote with easy to press buttons
  • Can be mounted anywhere on the wall to be used by feet if needed
  • Offers warm air dry as well, completely eliminating the need for wiping
  • High quality, with a long life span
  • Limited warm water (approx 1 min to 1.5 mins)
  • You plan to operate the bidet with your feet
  • Like the idea of ample water
  • Want a unit that lasts longer then others

Why the Bio Bidet BB-1000 is our top pick:

The large, easy to press buttons make it a great option for amputees, but it's also just a great all around seat.  Great water flow and pressure, longer lasting then most others, and yet less expensive then many others on the market today.  

 

Second Place Pick: Blooming NB-R1063

Price: $599

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Pros:

 Cons:

 You Might Choose This Seat If:

 
  • Large buttons (Similar sized remote to BB-1000, but buttons are slightly smaller)
  • Can be mounted anywhere on the wall to be used by feet if needed
  • Offers warm air dry as well, completely eliminating the need for wiping
  • Unlimited warm water
  • Fits most hard to fit toilets

  • Water flow is less then BB-1000
  • Buttons are slightly smaller
 
  • You have a hard to fit toilet
  • You want unlimited warm water

Why the Blooming NB-R1063 is our second place pick:

The Blooming bidet seat is another great option.  It takes second place because the buttons are a bit smaller, but it's still a great option, especially if you want unlimited warm water!

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