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Element+: Dual Temp. Bidet Attachment

Our temperature controlled bidet attachment easily installs under your existing toilet seat. Delivering perfect washes thanks to dedicated rear and front nozzles with intuitive pressure control, you’ll never go back to wiping with TP. Better hygiene, happier you.

Features:
  • Rear and front washes
  • Covered & self-cleaning nozzles
  • Adjustable water temperature dial
  • Adjustable water pressure dial
  • **Requires access to your sinks warm water line
  • Hot water connection parts provided
  • Thin, modern design fits most toilets
  • NO electricity or power needed
  • Super quick and easy install
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Retracted Rear and Front Nozzles
Precision Control Dial
Self-Cleaning System
Quick and Easy Install
NO Power Needed
1-Year Warranty & 90-Day Trial
Dual Temperature Washes
Temperature Control Dial

Element+ FAQs

How does Element+ connect to warm water?
In order to get warm water washes you will need access to your sink’s warm water supply. We provide the necessary connections and attachments for a simple install.
Is the water Element uses clean?
Yes! It is the same clean water used for your sink and shower. Fresh water is accessed using a t-valve that brings it directly to your Element for a perfectly fresh wash.
How do I dry off?
After you’re done washing simply pat dry with a few squares of toilet paper to finish the job. You will be reducing your TP usage by up to 75%! Some people use reusable washcloths for an even more sustainable practice.
Do I need an outlet to use Element?
Nope! No electrical outlet required. Element is mechanically powered, using the water pressure in your pipes to operate. Even low water pressure homes can use Element.
Do the nozzles “get in the way”?
Element’s nozzles are retracted and covered so you won’t contaminate them when not in use. Plus, we built in a self cleaning system so the nozzles are rinsed before each use.
How far does the arm stick out from the toilet?
The control arm extends out to the right side of the toilet approximately 4 inches, this can vary depending on your toilet since the brackets are adjustable, but 4 inches is average.
See Tech Specs

Body
- Durable ABS plastic
- Ceramic core internal valve

Included Components
- Stainless Steel 7/8" Cool Water T-Valve
- Stainless Steel 3/8" Warm Water T-Valve
- Durable braided metal cool water hose
- 6ft of High temp durable hot water tubing
- All necessary o-rings and plumbers tape

No electricity or batteries required

Adjustable toilet fit for both round and elongated bowls

Dimensions
- Main Body: 13.46”W x 5.55”D x .25”H
- Arm: 2.12”W x 6.79”D x 1.31”H

All accessories included for standard installation

One-year warranty

Element+ Reviews

Customer Reviews
4.9 Based on 237 Reviews
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JA
04/17/2020
jon a.
United States United States
Element +: run, don’t walk to check out.

I should have bought the plain ol’ element because my hot water source is too far away. That said: this thing is awesome. Only regret is that I didn’t buy one sooner. Once I redo my bathroom I’ll be able to connect to hot water and I’m sure this purchase will be even better. For this price, this thing can’t be beat.

DK
02/11/2020
Derek K.
United States United States
Poseidon’s Kiss… is worth it

This product was pretty easy to install, and feels better than I expected when using. Definitely gives you more of a clean feeling than if you were to not use it! Would highly recommend.

JL
01/22/2020
Jon L.
United States United States
Game-Changer!

I've never done anything plumbing-related, I was able to install this myself with minimal frustration. I miss using it when it's not available! Wish I'd gotten one a while ago.

MH
11/05/2019
Mollie H.
The Element is Gold

Gold has always been my favorite element. Gold metals, Golden retrievers, pots of gold, I love them all. While the Element is not made of gold it certainly meets the gold standard. I love the refreshing clean and, simple, sleek design. Stay gold, Element.

CC
01/19/2021
Christine C.
United States United States
Does the Job for Short Money

I've wanted a bidet for some time, but didn't want to incur major expense or construction to do so. The Element+ was interesting, but only if I could install it without the additional expense of a plumber. I also did not have an electrical outlet handy to the toilet. I read the specs carefully before purchasing, and decided I could do it myself. I'm female, older, but relatively handy and I have a full toolbox. And based on the tiny spaces I had to squeeze into to get the job done, my smaller-than-average body was perfect for the task. My biggest concern was that the existing valves would be too tight for me to open or frozen altogether. My bathroom was renovated about 5 years ago, so thankfully this was not an issue. It's something to bear in mind if you're a female and plan to install this yourself. I did need to figure out where to drill the holes in the vanity for the cleanest course of tubing, and had to get into position to drill them. That was probably the most difficult part, and I couldn't have done it without a power drill. The supplied tubing is generic and you can buy a longer piece at the big box store if necessary, but remember this will be exposed from the vanity to the toilet, so plan on a discrete location. I drilled the outside hole low on the vanity in order to run the tubing along the top of the baseboard, attached with 3M hooks. When secured properly, it's close to invisible. My only complaint is really about my toilet, which is a Toto and the seat holes open into the body and not through to the outside (it's a single piece unit). As a result, the seat screws don't grip well and the seat moves around a bit. I don't have a simple resolution for that, but it's not a showstopper. I have one simple piece of advice: it's preferable to run the sink's hot water before using the Omigo if you do not have instant hot water. It's a long wait for my hot water to arrive in the bathroom, and that cold water blast isn't something I wish on anyone (well maybe people I don't like...). The manual does suggest you let the water run a few seconds in the "nozzle cleaning" position so as not to blast yourself with cold water, but there is no good way to determine when the water is actually warm enough, especially if it's traveling from your basement. I find that confirming the temp with my hand in the sink more reliable, and far less jarring. You'll still want the Omigo to run a few seconds in the nozzle cleaning position to clear the sitting cold water from the tubing. That said, this is a great unit for the money, and has fulfilled my expectations without adding extra appliances or reconfiguring a bathroom. If you have a small bathroom, want to install yourself, and access to an electrical outlet is a problem, this is the perfect solution.

Will this fit my toilet?

To determine the shape of your toilet, measure from the front edge of your toilet bowl to the center of your bolt holes where your current seat attaches to the toilet. See the guide below to select your shape:

Elongated Shape Guide 18-19.5 inches Elongated
Round Shape Guide 16-17.75 inches Round
We'll send you a reminder to measure.
Customer Reviews
4.9 Based on 237 Reviews
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Filter Reviews:
JA
04/17/2020
jon a.
United States United States
Element +: run, don’t walk to check out.

I should have bought the plain ol’ element because my hot water source is too far away. That said: this thing is awesome. Only regret is that I didn’t buy one sooner. Once I redo my bathroom I’ll be able to connect to hot water and I’m sure this purchase will be even better. For this price, this thing can’t be beat.

DK
02/11/2020
Derek K.
United States United States
Poseidon’s Kiss… is worth it

This product was pretty easy to install, and feels better than I expected when using. Definitely gives you more of a clean feeling than if you were to not use it! Would highly recommend.

JL
01/22/2020
Jon L.
United States United States
Game-Changer!

I've never done anything plumbing-related, I was able to install this myself with minimal frustration. I miss using it when it's not available! Wish I'd gotten one a while ago.

MH
11/05/2019
Mollie H.
The Element is Gold

Gold has always been my favorite element. Gold metals, Golden retrievers, pots of gold, I love them all. While the Element is not made of gold it certainly meets the gold standard. I love the refreshing clean and, simple, sleek design. Stay gold, Element.

CC
01/19/2021
Christine C.
United States United States
Does the Job for Short Money

I've wanted a bidet for some time, but didn't want to incur major expense or construction to do so. The Element+ was interesting, but only if I could install it without the additional expense of a plumber. I also did not have an electrical outlet handy to the toilet. I read the specs carefully before purchasing, and decided I could do it myself. I'm female, older, but relatively handy and I have a full toolbox. And based on the tiny spaces I had to squeeze into to get the job done, my smaller-than-average body was perfect for the task. My biggest concern was that the existing valves would be too tight for me to open or frozen altogether. My bathroom was renovated about 5 years ago, so thankfully this was not an issue. It's something to bear in mind if you're a female and plan to install this yourself. I did need to figure out where to drill the holes in the vanity for the cleanest course of tubing, and had to get into position to drill them. That was probably the most difficult part, and I couldn't have done it without a power drill. The supplied tubing is generic and you can buy a longer piece at the big box store if necessary, but remember this will be exposed from the vanity to the toilet, so plan on a discrete location. I drilled the outside hole low on the vanity in order to run the tubing along the top of the baseboard, attached with 3M hooks. When secured properly, it's close to invisible. My only complaint is really about my toilet, which is a Toto and the seat holes open into the body and not through to the outside (it's a single piece unit). As a result, the seat screws don't grip well and the seat moves around a bit. I don't have a simple resolution for that, but it's not a showstopper. I have one simple piece of advice: it's preferable to run the sink's hot water before using the Omigo if you do not have instant hot water. It's a long wait for my hot water to arrive in the bathroom, and that cold water blast isn't something I wish on anyone (well maybe people I don't like...). The manual does suggest you let the water run a few seconds in the "nozzle cleaning" position so as not to blast yourself with cold water, but there is no good way to determine when the water is actually warm enough, especially if it's traveling from your basement. I find that confirming the temp with my hand in the sink more reliable, and far less jarring. You'll still want the Omigo to run a few seconds in the nozzle cleaning position to clear the sitting cold water from the tubing. That said, this is a great unit for the money, and has fulfilled my expectations without adding extra appliances or reconfiguring a bathroom. If you have a small bathroom, want to install yourself, and access to an electrical outlet is a problem, this is the perfect solution.

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