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These classic bidets are their own unit, totally separate from the toilet. This means that they need their own plumbing and space in your bathroom. Since you may have to add a cold and/or warm water line to your bathroom, we recommend hiring a professional plumber to install the unit.
Classic bidets offer an elegant look and traditional design. However, they require you to move off of your toilet and onto the bidet, and they don't offer any special features. For these reasons, they're often not the best option if you have mobility difficulties or are looking for a high level of convenience.
Classic bidets connect to your bathroom's warm and cold water lines, so you can tailor the water temperature to your exact preferences. They're controlled with knobs or handles similar to what you find on a sink. (**) Because they're similar to a faucet, they tend to have a high water flow. To get clean, you have the option of using the spray or filling the basin.
Some classic bidets have a spray nozzle in the bottom of the bowl, commonly referred to as a "vertical spray". When you squat over the bidet bowl, the nozzle is situated in front of you and sends an angled stream of water towards your private parts. You can always adjust the angle of the nozzle so that the spray hits the perfect spot.
Other classic bidets have a faucet on the front rim that delivers a horizontal stream of water. One option is to fill the bidet's bowl and either lower your bottom into the water or use your hands to splash water from the bowl towards your nether regions. The other option is to splash water from the faucet onto your privates.