Smartwash electronic bidet toilet seat can offer excess, comfort, and cleanliness for toilet seat contingent upon the model that you have picked and the features that you can insist. An electric bidet toilet seat include features like

Hands Free Toilet
Toilet with spout cleaner
Toilet with water pressure controller
Self Cleaning Toilet

based on various models.

The SmartWash Automated Toilet Seats are stacked with modern technology which recognizes the temperature of water. So With just a touch of a catch you can choose the temperature which is most comfortable and cleansing for your specific toilet needs and preferences. During winter months temperature of the water can be modified based on the requirement and comfort.
The SmartWash Electronic Bidets provide different altered wash settings for clean and comfortable toilet experience.
Dr Wiesner Home automation Solutions are providing various innovative sanitation equipment’s and electronic bidets in that are the perfect fit with your budget and your bidet preferences.

SmartWash Ease Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Elate Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Sensa Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

With SmartWash Ease, we ensure personal hygiene at its best in your restroom. A rimless design and advanced cleaning features make it a smart choice for your home. The Feminine washing feature is perfect for women and rear cleansing nozzles assure touch-free rear cleansing.

 

 

Features Of Electronic Bidet

Wash Functions:

Cleanse: A touch-free rear cleansing offered by a smart technology

Fem: Different washing options to allow gender-specific cleaning. A feminine cleaning feature offers better sanitation and comfort during menstruation and pregnancy.

Boost: Enjoy a refreshing cleansing at high water pressure.

Essential Functions:

Massage: A back and forth massaging movement for refreshed cleaning

Seat Sensor: SmartWash Ease senses your presence for automated operations.

Spout Position: Adjustable washing spout positions ultimate sanitation

Water Pressure: Use WC more comfortably with adjustable water temperature from the spout.

Spout Auto Cleaning: Allows automatic rinsing of the spout before use

E-Save: A sensible technology that saves electricity by turning off the heating system. The seat can be adjusted to sleep mode when it is not in use.

Maintenance Functions:

Seat Release Button: When pushed, this button helps in easy uninstalling of the seat.

Spout Cleaning: An automatic cleaning of the spout after every use.

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How to Install: An easy fitting guide for your SmartWash Seat

SmartWash Elate

 

SmartWash Elate reflects a sensible design that can adjust to your needs. Make your restroom a comfortable zone with a seat having adjustable temperature settings. So, no more discomforts even in the winters. Enjoy three smart temperature settings to relax you.

Wash Functions

Cleanse: For a smart touch-free and hygienic washing option

Fem: Designed for gender-sensitive needs of the women. It offers enhanced cleansing and comforts during the menstruation and pregnancy.

Boost: Enjoy an energizing cleansing with water released at full pressure.

Essential Functions:

Massage: The spout offers sensible back and forth massaging movement for complete refreshment every morning.

Seat Sensor: Smart seat that senses your presence and operates without touch

Spout Position: Self-positioning spout to suffice gender-specific washing needs.

Water Pressure: Adjustable settings for water pressure emitting from the spout to suit the comforts of the user.

Spout Auto Cleaning: Automated cleaning of the spout before every use

E-Save: Save electricity when the seat is not in use. This feature turns off the system and puts it in a sleep mode.

Comfort Functions:

Seat Temperature: A comfortable temperature setting for the seat that keeps the seat warm in the winters

Maintenance Functions:

Seat Release Button: Easy uninstalling of the seat with a simple push of a button.

Spout Cleaning: Automated cleaning of the spout after every use to maintain the hygiene

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How to Install: A simple guide to help you in fitting the SmartWash Elate Seat

SmartWash Sensa

 

SmartWash Sensa uses an intelligent technology to offer smart designs that are responsive to your senses. This advanced personal hygiene system can instantly adjust the temperature of the water and the seat with a simple touch of a button. It has an intuitive control panel for adjustable water and seat temperature.

Features:

Wash Functions:

Cleanse: With a self-cleaning bidet nozzle, it takes personal hygiene to a whole new level.

Fem: The women-friendly design that offers feminine washing feature for easy cleansing and enhanced comfort during menstruation along with reduced UTI risks.

Boost: Enjoy a refreshed cleaning with water at a high pressure

Child: An easier and safer cleansing for your kids

Essential Functions:

Massage: The design ergonomics are enhanced by back and forth movement of spout that offers a refreshing massage.

Seat Sensor: Auto open and close function via sensor

Spout Position: Enjoy better cleaning with smart washing spout for adjustable positioning.

Water Pressure: Different washing functions and water pressure emanating from the spout.

Spout Auto Cleaning: The spout is automatically rinsed with fresh water every time it comes out.

E-Save: You can save electricity by turning off the heat and putting the seat in a sleep mode when system is unoccupied.

Comfort Functions:

Integrated Operating Panel with comprehensive features and advanced sensor technology

Seat Temperature: Adjusts the seat temperature for subtle warmth.

Water Temperature: 3 settings for choosing the suitable water temperature

Pulse: A controlled spray of water to facilitate easy bowel movement

Dryer to activate the drying fan

Dryer Temperature: 3 adjustable temperature settings for post-cleansing drying.

Spa: Enjoy the spa experiences in your bathroom for refreshing mornings

Maintenance Functions:

Seat Release Button: Facilitates easy uninstalling by pressing a button

Spout Cleaning: For cleaning the spout after use

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SmartWash Ease Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Elate Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Sensa Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

An insider’s guide to Japanese toilets

Our Blogger of the Week, The Only Blonde in Osaka, gives the lowdown on toilet etiquette in the Land of the Rising Sun

One of the most common questions Japanese people would ask me was ‘what was your biggest culture shock when you first came to Japan?’ The answer was always ‘toilets’.

It’s not a particularly sophisticated response, but I think most foreigners in Japan would agree. Everyone has a ‘Japan toilet story’. And for the uninitiated, using a Japanese toilet may well end up being one of the most memorable/traumatising experiences of your time in Japan.

I will tell you why.

1. The seat heating

Let’s assume your first time is on a conventional Japanese ‘throne’ as opposed to the notorious squat toilets (more on them to come). You approach the shiny white beast, trou-down, and sit. You let out an incredulous yelp, as your cheeks experience a sudden – but not unpleasant – glow of warmth radiating from the seat.

In your own country, the temperature of a toilet seat is usually proportional to the amount of time the previous user has spent sitting on it, the knowledge of which is highly undesirable. In Japan, this same sensation is recreated artificially – but it may become a guilty pleasure. Forget walking on sunshine, you are sitting on it! And don’t it feel good.

2. The slipper-y situation

In Japanese households, the commonly known etiquette is to remove your shoes before entering the house, and put on a pair of slippers. But did you know that there are also a pair of slippers especially for use in the toilet? This is so you don’t contaminate the rest of the house with your nasty toilet-foot-germs.

Unfortunately, after experiencing the joy that is the heated toilet seat, you are likely to be in a state of euphoria that causes you to forget your footwear. Many foreigners have had to perform the shuffle of shame back to the bog after being caught out wearing the toilet slippers somewhere other than the toilet. Don’t let that be you.

3. The spray buttons

When using a Japanese toilet, one will likely come across an intimidating array of buttons, each of which has a different purpose depending on the gender and sanitary needs of the user. The most common buttons are marked ‘oshiri’ and ‘bidet’, for a bum and front-bum shower respectively. More advanced models allow you to adjust the heat, angle, and strength of the spray.

These buttons can be problematic for the curious foreigner who dares to test them. Many don’t seem to realise that you do actually need to be seated for it to work properly. For some reason it comes as a shock when, upon pressing the button, a jet of toilet water shoots out and blasts the hapless victim in the face.

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4. The Sound Princess

On the wall beside some Japanese toilets are ominous, Big Brother type speakers. These are the aptly named otohime or ‘Sound Princess’, a machine designed to drown out the embarrassing tinkling tones of female urination.

I remember when this was introduced to me. I was a guest at an English Speaking Club meeting, held at the teacher’s house. I mentioned my bewilderment at Japanese toilets, and she decided I should be bestowed with the honour of a demonstration of her brand new ‘Sound Princess’. The whole class followed us into the bathroom. The teacher pressed a button, and a loud ‘GURRRRRRRRRR’ reverberated around the room.

I laughed. My hostess looked at me with cool disapproval, and said, ‘Maybe in your country you do not care, but we Japanese women like to go to the toilet in secret.’

Because a roaring Sound Princess is so discreet.

5. The squat

Nothing incites fear in a foreigner’s heart more than entering a train station or old building and finding that the only toileting facilities available are traditional squat toilets. First of all, it seems you need the thighs of a rugby player and the balance of a gymnast to even think about attempting this.

Then there is the issue of what to do with your clothes: for the novice squatter, there is nothing more precarious than a pair of tights tangled around your ankles while in this position. I heard a story about a girl who was so baffled by the squat toilet that she thought it would be best to just take all her clothes off for safekeeping while she did her business. By all accounts it was going well, until she dropped one of her socks in.

6. The flush

You’ve navigated your way through the wonderful world of seat heaters, slippers, Sound Princesses, spray buttons and squats. Just when you thought it was all over, the Japanese toilet deals you another low blow – by hiding the flush in the least conspicuous place possible.

If there is one valuable piece of advice I can offer, it it is that you should ensure you can locate the toilet’s flush before you proceed to do anything else. This small act could save you from potentially mortifying situations. To share another story from a source who prefers to remain anonymous, one time this person had to use a disabled toilet, as it was the only one available. Unfortunately, after finishing up he realised he couldn’t distinguish the ‘call assistance’ button from the flush. This user decided it wasn’t worth risking it, and all he could do was put down the lid and run out of there, leaving his ‘problem’ for the next person to solve.

7. The future

Recently reports of new smartphone-controlled toilets have been circulating the internet. The toilets, which are supposedly available in Japan this month, can be connected to Android phones via bluetooth. The user downloads an app that allows all the functions of the toilet to be operated with a touch of the phone. The toilets also have inbuilt speakers, so you can ditch the ‘Sound Princess’ and play your own sweet beats. The app even contains a ‘toilet diary’ to record all of your bowel movements!

When it comes to your Japanese toilet experience, as the saying goes, you can’t polish a turd – but in Japan you probably can roll it in glitter. If you know which button to push.

SmartWash Ease Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Elate Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Sensa Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

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Top 10 Features of an Electronic Bidet Toilet Seat

An electric bidet toilet seat can offer many benefits and comforts, depending on the model that you have chosen and the features that you insist on. From varying water temperatures to a seat that heats up for you there are electric bidet toilet seats that are the perfect fit with your budget and your bidet preferences. There is no need to install a separate bidet fixture, everything you need is on the toilet seat that quickly installs and fits into almost any bathroom or toilet model.

An electric bidet toilet seat can make your life easier and more convenient, it can help you with exceptional hygiene, and it can even offer health benefits if you suffer from problems such as hemorrhoids, rectal prolapse, and other issues in the genital or anal area.

1. Heated Bidet Seat

A heated bidet seat can offer the ultimate in luxury, a warm place to put your bum when it is cold. There is nothing worse than going to the bathroom during the night or first thing in the morning and having the toilet seat feel like ice against your bare skin. The heated bidet seat can be found in energy efficient models that require little power or energy, but the benefit that it provides can be incredible.

Whether you are a senior who has a hard time getting back to sleep after sitting on a chilly seat or you are younger but you are looking for more comfort a heated bidet seat can give you an amazing experience when you go. The heated option can also help improve the way you feel because heat helps to relax your muscles and ease tension in your body.

2. Adjustable Water Temperature

A bidet toilet seat with adjustable water temperature can be found in a wide range of prices, models, and manufacturers. When you have the ability to adjust the water temperature then you can choose the temperature which is most comfortable and cleansing for your specific toilet needs and preferences.

When it is warm out you can adjust the water temperature on the electric bidet toilet seat so that it is cool and refreshing. During colder seasons you can warm things up a bit and use warmer water to get a feeling of absolute clean. An electric bidet seat with adjustable water temperature is a very popular choice. The water temperature can be used to cool and soothe any inflamed tissues or problems with your skin, and it eliminates the need for rubbing with toilet paper which can irritate things even further.

3. A Remote

bidet remote controlAn electric bidet seat with a remote is a terrific pick, and this feature is more useful than you may think. The remote allows you to make changes and adjustments, such as warming up a heated seat or changing the water temperature or water pressure that is used to clean your more sensitive areas. This is a great feature, especially for seniors and those with limited mobility due to injury or aging.

You no longer have to stretch to try and make adjustments while you are using the electric bidet toilet seat when you choose a model that comes with a remote, and it usually installs on any standard toilet seat in a short time. You do not have to spend a bundle either, there are economical electric bidet toilet seats that offer remote operation without costing a small fortune.

4. Energy Savings

Many electric bidet toilet seats come with an energy savings feature which helps to minimize power usage and keep your energy bills low. When the seat is not in use it goes into sleep mode so that little energy is required. The electric bidet toilet seat with energy savings will power back up when someone sits down on the seat, and it can conserve a considerable amount of money while preserving all of the benefits that these toilet seats can offer. Many people have smaller monthly budgets or a fixed income, and even a small savings can add up over time. There are energy savings models available for very reasonable prices.

5. Adjustable Pressure

Electric bidet toilet seats which offer adjustable pressure are very common choices. The last thing you want when you go to the bathroom is to have water at a high pressure hitting you where you are most sensitive. The adjustable pressure feature lets you make the changes that make you most comfortable after you go. You decide how hard the water pressure must be before you feel clean and refreshed, and adjustments are easy to make even if you are already sitting down.

It is possible to find electric bidet toilet seats with adjustable pressure options even if you are trying to stay within budget. A quick search will show you several manufacturers and even specific models of electric bidet toilet seats with an adjustable pressure feature. Some of these may offer only a couple of settings, others may give you a wider range of pressure options that you can use. If you have hemorrhoids, anal fissures or fistulas, or other conditions then you can adjust the water pressure and nozzle position to one that provides relief and helps to stop any discomfort, swelling, inflammation, and irritation.

6. Deodorizer

Many people are embarrassed after they use the toilet and have a bowel movement because of the smell that seems to linger, but there are electric bidet toilet seats that have a built in deodorizer feature that can eliminate this concern. You will not find a variety of scents with this feature because the deodorizer does not try to cover up odor it removes it completely. Most electric bidet toilet seats with a deodorizer feature use a carbon filter to purify the air and remove any particles responsible for the odor. An intake fan pulls in the air from the toilet, and the smell along with it. This air is passed over the carbon filter so that it comes out odor free.

7. Heated Air Dryer

A heated air dryer is a very popular feature with electric bidet toilet seats, and this feature eliminates the need for any toilet paper or a cloth for drying. The heated air dryer is similar to a blow dryer that you would use on your hair as far as function is concerned. There are various air temperatures and air pressures that you may be able to choose from, and a gentle stream of comfortable warm air dries off your posterior and genital area after the bidet has finished cleaning these regions with water. The warm current of air is relaxing and soothing, so that you are more comfortable while you are drying off. You will also save on expenses because there is no need for toilet paper, or a towel that must be washed frequently.

8. Self Cleaning Nozzles

bidet nozzlesFor a lot of people the thought of using a bidet is dismissed because they are concerned about the previous user and any germs or particles that may have been left behind. Electric bidet toilet seats that have self cleaning nozzles can address and resolve this concern in no time. After each use the self cleaning nozzles use water to rinse the appliance before it retracts, so there are no germs or particles left behind to bother you. Some electric bidet toilet seats have self cleaning nozzles that can use hot water to flush off the appliance as long as the bidet model is hooked up to your hot water supply.

9. Stainless Steel Nozzles

Stainless steel nozzles are a good choice with electric bidet toilet seats, because this material prevents bacterial growth. Since the nozzles will be spraying water at orifices which open into your body cavities you do not want any bacteria to be present or grow on the nozzles. In addition to self cleaning nozzles you can choose stainless steel nozzles if you are concerned about bacteria growth. Many models of electric bidet seats offer this nozzle material and it is a cost effective choice that can be attractive and easy to keep clean.

10. Adjustable Nozzle Position

When you are looking at electric bidet toilet seats then you should consider an adjustable nozzle position feature. Some of the most basic models are inflexible, and the position of the nozzle can not be adjusted for your comfort or your specific cleaning needs after you use the toilet. This can lead to areas which do not get thoroughly cleaned, or discomfort for you as you have to wiggle around on the seat so that the nozzle is properly positioned for your preferences.

You will find electric bidet toilet seats with one or more of the features listed above, and you can even choose models which give you everything in the list. You are only limited by your budget and your own personal preferences. Once you start looking at electric bidet toilet seats and comparing various manufacturers and models you are sure to find some that fit your budget and your ideal features.

 

Article: Features of Electronic Bidet

SmartWash Ease Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Elate Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)

SmartWash Sensa Elongated Electronic Bidet Seat Set (White)