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  • - Endless warm water wash
  • - Self cleaning rear and front nozzles
  • - Adjustable temperature and pressure
  • - Aerated spray with three widths & 7 positions
  • - Heated seat with safety sensor
  • - Wireless remote control and magnetic dock
  • - Soft closing lid, LED night light, eco mode
  • - Simple self install, high quality construction
  • - 3-year warranty*
  • - Massaging nozzle oscillation*
  • - Silver Ion nozzle sterilization *
  • - Built in warm air dryer*
  • - Active Carbon filter deodorizer*

*Available exclusively on Omigo

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Is toilet paper bad for the environment?

The down-and-dirty on TP
The down-and-
dirty on TP

Americans use 36.5 billion rolls ($8 billion worth) of toilet paper every year.

This requires:

15 million trees

a forest about the size of Lake Tahoe

473,000,000,000 gallons of water

more than NYC uses in a year

17.3 terawatts of electricity

enough to power 53,000 homes for a whole year

What does that look like person by person?

Up to 57+ sheets of TP every day

that adds up to over 100 rolls every year

Switching to Omigo really can help make a difference reducing our environmental impact.

I’m not convinced

But using TP can’t be that bad, right?

It really is that bad. Around 25-50% of the pulp used to make TP in the US comes from tree farms in South America and the US. The rest comes mostly from old, second-growth forests that serve as important absorbers of carbon dioxide, the main heat-trapping gas linked to global warming.

But Omigo and Omigo SL use water, right?

Yes, but about a pint per wash— dramatically less than the 37 gallons of water it takes to make one roll of toilet paper.

But aren’t wet wipes better?

Most wipes don't break down 100%, even though they’re advertised as flushable, so wipes collect in your septic tank and public waste lines.

They then combine with grease, fat, and other junk creating huge blockages called fatbergs causing millions of dollars in damage to municipal sewers every year. Anything called a fatberg can’t be good.

Plus, marine life can mistake the wipes for jellyfish and often end up in the bellies of larger mammals :(

Let’s use water for cleaning better and more responsibly, and skip the TP and the wipes.

We know that the future always seems weird at first...

...so take your time making Omigo part of your home and daily routine for 90 days from the moment it arrives at your door. If you decide Omigo is not for you within those 90 days, we will provide you with a full refund of the product cost and free return within the contiguous US.

We make returns and exchanges as simple as possible. From our Contact Us page, select Returns & Exchanges and an Omigo Agent will provide you with a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) and prepaid shipping label, so all you have to do is to carefully box it up and send it back to us. Your original form of payment will be refunded within 5-10 days of receipt.

Check out our Purchasing articles for more details on returns, exchanges, and refunds. Please contact us if you have any questions!

Please note that some exclusions apply:

  • Refunds on all sales financed through Affirm are for principle payments only and exclude any interest paid.
  • Shipping charges are non-refundable, including any expedited shipping or shipping to AK, HI, PR, and the Virgin Islands.
  • Pre-paid return labels are provided for returns from the contiguous US only. All other returns must be sent pre-paid at customer’s expense.
  • 90 day trial is limited to one seat per customer and household. Refunds on multiple seat purchases are limited to one seat.
Installing your Omigo is easy! Just follow these 6 steps:

1. Remove your existing toilet seat, turn off the water supply, and flush the toilet to empty the tank.

2. Disconnect the water supply hose from the fill valve under the tank. If your water supply hose is rigid, swap it out for a flexible hose.

3. Connect the T-valve to the fill valve, and the water supply hose to the T-valve. Hand-tighten to avoid stripping the threads. Teflon tape on the threads helps to ensure a watertight seal.

4. Install the mounting plate on the toilet bowl, using the bolts, adjustable brackets, washers, and nuts. If you can’t access the bottom of the bolts, you may need Top Mount Hardware to bolt on the mounting plate.

5. Slide your Omigo onto the mounting plate until it “clicks” into place. If the seat appears too short or too long for the toilet, adjust the mounting place by loosening the barrel nuts underneath the toilet and slide the seat forward or backwards as needed.

6. Connect the bidet hose to the water inlet on your Omigo, and the other end to the T-valve. Turn on the water supply and plug the power cord into your nearest GFCI outlet.


Omigo and Omigo SL share many of the same functions, but Omigo features a few special upgrades.



Silver ion nozzle sterilization


Massaging nozzle oscillation


Warm air dryer


Activated carbon deodorizer


Dual stainless steel nozzles

Dual stainless steel nozzles

Endless warm water wash

Endless warm water wash

Heated seat

Heated seat

Wireless remote control

Wireless remote control

Eco mode

Eco mode

Blue LED night light

Blue LED night light

Soft-closing seat & lid

Soft-closing seat & lid

3-year warranty

1-year warranty

Shape Guide

Measure your toilet from the bolt holes to the front of the bowl.


18”-1912most toilets



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