A manual bidet seat is operated by manually turning a side lever for a hygienic wash. This is an affordable and convenient option to upgrade your existing toilet seat and enjoy the hygienic benefit of cleansing with water.
An E-bidet (electronic bidet seat) requires an electrical point and comes with additional comfort features such as massage cleansing, warm water cleansing, heated seat and dryer, and is operated via a side control panel or a remote control.
This depends on your needs. Are you looking for an instant toilet upgrade without major renovations? A manual bidet or an e-bidet will be your fuss-free solution. Note that an e-bidet will require a socket point.
If you would like to elevate your bathroom experience to a new level, the technological innovations that a shower toilet offers (such as automated seat, room and bowl deodorizers, auto-flushing and even music etc) will be your preferred option.
A trigger spray can perform the same basic cleansing function as a Spalet. Why is a Spalet better than a Trigger Spray?
A trigger spray does not offer much control and wets both the toilet seat and floor. Wet and slippery floors may pose slipping dangers, especially with children, pregnant mothers or the elderly.
Trigger sprays are usually positioned beside the toilet. A user will need to twist his body around to reach out for the trigger spray prior and after use. With the Spalet, manual levers (for manual bidets) and remote controls (for electronic bidets) are located on the side of the toilet seat for easy access.
A larger washing angle of more than 70 degrees has been proven to remove dirt more effectively. At this optimal angle, it also prevents dirty water from splattering back over the nozzles or around the bowl.
*Here’s an extra tip: Sit all the way in on the toilet seat to prevent yourself from getting your lower back wet!
PlasmaCluster is an air disinfecting technology which effectively removes bacteria from the environment. PlasmaCluster technology works just like your room air-purifier. It generates positive (+) & negative (-) ions, and releases them into the air. When ions come into contact with mold, bacteria or virus, they transform into OH radicals, instantly drawing hydrogen (H) from the proteins on the bacteria surface and breaking down the proteins. OH then combines with Hydrogen to form water (H2O) ions and this returns to the air.
*Note: PlasmaCluster may not be applicable to some regions and models