The Aquaus 360-Degree is the World's First Handheld Bidet with thumb pressure controls on both sides of the sprayer. Dual thumb controls make it the most user-friendly and comfortable to hold and maneuver bidet sprayer ever made. New ergonomic design, combined with the perfect size spray pattern and dual adjustable thumb pressure controls allow you to easily spray up or down to rinse your front and back bottom areas quickly and neatly. The Aquaus 360-Degree is the only handheld bidet that is NSF Certified to U.P.C. (Uniform Plumbing Code) for installation in the USA and Canada and includes 2 Certified Plumbing Code Required Backflow Preventers. The Aquaus 360-Degree spray wand is made of high strength, impact resistant, corrosion free medical grade ABS polymers with a bacteria resistant polished chromed finish and a brass valve core with ceramic disk seals with a 250 psi pressure rating. The High Quality, Solid Brass, American Made T-Connector and Valve easily connects to 7/8 in. toilet threads without tools or a plumber. T-Connector has a 1/4 turn Ball Valve designed so the ON/OFF lever is easy to reach and the hose connects vertically, allowing it to hang straight down preventing unnecessary stress on the hose crimp. NSF Certified, StayFlex 54 in. long, stainless steel, high-pressure hose with a burst rating of 270 psi. StayFlex hose includes double hose crimps on both ends and a high-pressure braided polymer inner hose that stays completely flexible when pressurized.
Our family has been fans of the Japanese-style bidets (Toto, Brondell) that have a warm water tank and are semi-automatic. Our new home has no AC outlets in the toilet room, and the tiled walls make adding one a hassle. This unit is an excellent and relatively inexpensive alternative. I don't really notice the cold water and the "power" and "aim" are as good. If you haven't checked out the Aquaus 360 video online, you need to. You'll be sold at the corn... Why are so many Americans weirded-out by the bidet concept? I've gotten to the point where I feel a little uncivilized without one.