Stainless steel nozzle (looks nice and gives the impression of something that will last)
Oscillating (the nozzle moves back and forth for a more thorough cleansing without having to shimmy your bum around. Available for both rear and front cleaning by pressing the respective button twice)
Wide cleaning (this is just referring to the oscillating feature. Not sure why BioBidet has listed these as separate…)
Pulsating (same as the massage cleaning. I’m not sure why BioBidet listed these as two separate features. There is only a ‘massage’ button, nothing on the control panel suggests a hidden pulsate feature. Maybe just trying to pad their list of features?)
Massage cleaning (a rhythmic pulsating stream of water which is actually quite nice. As mentioned above, this IS the pulsating feature that is listed)
Satisfying posterior cleaning (yes, it is indeed satisfying)
Soft feminine cleaning (a more gentle cleansing from the front-most nozzle on the cleansing wand)
Adjustable nozzle (five different positions)
Nozzle self-clean (before and after cleansing)
Auto wash (20 seconds each of standard, oscillating and finally massaging sprays)
User controlled warm water (three levels of heat as well as the ability to turn it completely off(!))
Animated Response LED Side Panel (admittedly cool. Pulsates as cleansing is engaged and gives the toilet a futuristic quality)
User presets (two seperate profiles that save the wand position and pressure, although not the seat or water temperature)
Adjustable heated seat (three levels of heat as well as the ability to turn it completely off(!))
Night Light (a very nice, blue light that illuminates the bowl so you can easily find your way to the toilet at night)
Intelligent body sensor (a sensor on the seat that recognizes if someone is on the toilet or not. The toilet won’t function if nobody is sitting on it. Great for deterring kids from playing with the sprays)
Splash guard (this is simply the retractable nozzle which keeps soiled water from coming into contact with it)
Slow closing seat/lid
Quick release for easy cleaning (small switch on the side off the bidet enables it to be painlessly removed and then reattached)
Eco mode (sets the water and seat temps to low)
Silent mode (this refers to the beeps that are made when using the control panel. You have the option to turn these off)
Hide away hose clips (clips the water and power cables together and close to the unit to give it a cleaner profile)
Depending on your toilet shape, the lid may not be able to open fully.
The slick, one-piece look of the unit may have issues with some toilets. If your toilet tank curves outwards at all, or if you position the unit too far back, the seat might be blocked from fully opening.
Somewhat weird Amazon presence. I found their list of features misleading as some singular features were mentioned twice by two different names. This may or may not be intentional (I’d wager it was just along the lines of a typo), just a small gripe which might confuse your average consumer (it certainly confused me!).
If you aren’t concerned with a dryer or deodorizer, by all means, grab this bidet seat. It has all the essential functions such as hot water, an adjustable, self-cleaning nozzle and exceptional durability that you should look for. The bidet function itself works perfectly, the LED lighting on the control panel and the blue night light are nice touches, and it is one of the more stylish looking bidets (even outside this price range).