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Omigo Bidets Review: Luxuriously Eco-Friendly

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Omigo Bidets Review: Luxuriously Eco-Friendly
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Not only can bidets help you enhance your personal hygiene, but they also provide a great way to reduce your environmental footprint. Omigo offers a number of high-end bidet seats and attachments. In this review, we'll take a look at the company as a whole, then highlight some of the individual products they offer.


Omigo overview

The Omigo founders had never spent too much time thinking about bidets, until they encountered a bidet in an upscale apartment complex. They were converted to the belief that washing is significantly more comfortable and hygienic than using toilet tissue.

Today, the company's mission is to change the way Americans think about bidets. They do that in a couple of ways, and the first is pretty simple: They offer high-end, luxurious bidets that create a comfortable experience every single time. Omigo makes top-of-the-line bidets with features like nightlights, deodorizers, and warm air dryers.

Omigo's environmental stance

Omigo is an evangelist for eco-friendly bathroom habits, and will be the first to tell you that bidets help you minimize toilet paper waste while also cutting back on water and electricity usage. According to Omigo, the 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper used in the U.S. each year requires 15 million trees, 473 billion gallons of water, and 17.3 terawatts of electricity. Similar to other bidet brands like Tushy and Toto, Omigo believes that bidets offer an easy way to tangibly reduce our impact on the environment, while also increasing our comfort and cleanliness.

Omigo bidets

Omigo offers a number of bidet options, which fall into two basic categories: electric bidet seats and bidet attachments.

What's the difference between these two? A bidet seat will actually replace your current toilet seat entirely, with all of its features and controls attached.. A bidet attachment, on the other hand, fits onto your existing toilet seat. Note that both options are made to be fairly easy to install, without the need to call a plumber or do any complicated electrical wiring.

Each product featured here has been independently selected by the writer. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission.

Omigo Luxury Bidet Toilet Seat

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Omigo's flagship product is its premium bidet toilet seat. It includes a wide variety of features designed to enhance your comfort and hygiene. While it does come with a high price tag, the Omigo Luxury Bidet seat offers a ton of ways for you to customize the nearly every feature.

Why buy: This a top-of-the-line bidet. With everything from an adjustable heated seat and massaging nozzle oscillation to its warm air dryer and ambient night light, the Omigo bidet toilet seat is one of the most comfortable ways to reduce your toilet paper use.

$649

Features:

  • Separate rear and front wash positions, and a total of seven nozzle settings.
  • An electric heated seat and warm air dryer keeps you comfy in any season.
  • Multiple customization settings, including for water temperature and pressure.
  • Carbon filter deodorizer and an endless warm stream of water.d
  • Comes with a 90-day trial period, a 3-year warranty.

Omigo SL

Omigo SL

The Omigo SL is a slightly less advanced toilet seat option, but still includes a number of advanced features. If you want a luxury experience for a slightly lower price point, this may be the best bidet for you.

Why buy: This model includes many of the core features of the Luxury bidet, minus a few extras like the deodorizer and air drying, for a lower price. It still provides self-cleaning rear and front spray nozzles for a feminine wash with heated water.

$449

Features:

  • With both rear and front wash abilities, and a total of seven nozzle positions and three spray widths.
  • The system is completely self-cleaning.
  • It comes with a heated seat and a wireless remote control.
  • Built-in LED night light
  • Comes with the same 90-day, stress-free trial period, and a 1-year warranty.

Omigo GS

Omigo GS

The Omigo GS is the most basic, budget-friendly Omigo toilet seat bidet. It still provides enhanced bidet features compared to some other brands like Tushy or Kohler, but comes at a much more affordable price point.

Why buy: The Omigo GS offers a more simple, straight-forward product than their other toilet seat bidets, but retains the essential elements to provide a comfortable clean.

$329

Features:

  • Front and rear wash settings, including five nozzle positions and five water pressure settings.
  • Self-cleaning, stainless steel nozzle.
  • You can choose between strong, oscillating, and pulse sprays.
  • Soft closing lid and seat.

Omigo Element

Omigo Element

In addition to their bidet seats, Omigo also offers a couple of bidet attachments. The Element is a value-priced, non-electric bidet add-on that installs onto your current toilet seat.

Why buy: The Element from Omigo makes it easy to add a cold water bidet to your existing toilet. With front and rear nozzles, a quick DIY installation process, and easy to adjust pressure control, this is the most cost-effective option from Omigo.

$89

Features:

  • The Element offers both rear and front washes.
  • The nozzles are covered and self-cleaning.
  • You do not need any electricity.
  • Very affordable price.
  • Comes with a 90-day trial period.

Omigo Element+

Omigo Element+

The Element+ is a slightly fancier, more feature-rich version of Omigo's basic bidet attachment. It's still non-electric but has some significant perks, including a hot water connection.

Why buy: This Omigo bidet attachment is still much more affordable than their Luxury bidet seat, but it includes features like adjustable temperature settings that let you customize it to your personal preferences.

$109

Features:

  • It comes with both rear and front washes.
  • You can adjust the pressure and temperature.
  • The Element+ offers hot dual temperature nozzles, as long as it can connect to your bathroom sink's warm water line.
  • Though slightly more complicated than the basic Element, it's still designed to be a quick and easy installation.

Shopping for a New Bidet

As you shop for a new bidet, there are plenty of factors to keep in mind. Do you want a seat, or just an attachment? Do you prefer an electrical model, or non-electric? And what about features like self-cleaning functions, remote controls, and heated seats?

One of the great things about Omigo is that their product line lets you choose the best features in your price range. You choose between their Luxury Bidet Toilet Seat for maximum comfort, or opt for one of their Element bidet attachments for the functionality without all of the advanced features.

We specifically like that all of Omigo's products include self-cleaning nozzles with front and rear washes. Plus, no matter which option you choose, you'll be making a good choice for the environment by reducing your toilet paper use.

It's easy to recommend Omigo's product line. Spend some time researching the options and find the one that's best-suited for you.

Josh Hurst is a journalist, critic, and essayist. He lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife and three sons. His writing on natural health, nutrition, and supplements has appeared in Health, Shape, and Remedy Review.

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