HOW TO USE A BIDET: Alpha JX Bidet Toilet Seat Review πŸ˜‚

HOW TO USE A BIDET: Alpha JX Bidet Toilet Seat Review πŸ˜‚


– What’s up Tech Squad? Andru Edwards here,
Editor-In-Chief of GearLive.com, and I’m about to take you
with me to the bathroom. No, seriously. I need to show you what’s been
going down in my bathroom, at my toilet, over the
past couple of weeks. We’re gonna have a serious discussion about personal hygiene. No, no, no, don’t worry. I’m not talking about you. I’m not talking about
your personal hygiene. But we all have a friend, or
coworker, or family member who could step their game up a little bit, if you know what I’m saying. Now, here in America, we’re
kinda lacking in this area, but if you go over to Europe or Asia, what you’ll find in the
bathrooms, usually, is a bidet. Now, since I live here in
the United States of America, I don’t have a lot of bidet related finesse or familiarity. I’ve been using toilet paper all my life, and that’s apparently one of the reasons that the French look down upon us so much. Alright, it’s probably
not one of the reasons, but if it’s not one of the reasons, it probably should be one of the reasons, because what I found out
over the past couple weeks is that bidets are awesome. So check this out. For the past couple of weeks, I have been using this. This is the Alpha Bidet
JX Series, and yes… it is a toilet seat. But it’s a toilet seat with a
whole bunch of tech built in. But in all seriousness, the Alpha Bidet JX
turned my regular toilet into one of the best pieces of tech that I have here in my house. Seriously, my toilet
is now a piece of tech. Big shout-out to Bidet King for sending over the Alpha Bidet JX, for sponsoring this video, and for opening up my
eyes and other things to what the bidet life is all about. Now, before I get into all that, let me tell you what comes in the box. On the insides, you’ve got
the Alpha Bidet JX itself, along with the mounting bracket used to connect it to your toilet. To help with that, it also includes the nuts and bolts used
to get it all connected. You also get the hose with T-valve to connect it to the bidet, along with the washers needed to make sure the water doesn’t
spray all over your face, like it happened to me when
I got it first installed. You also get the remote control with a remote control bracket that you can actually stick to your wall. The batteries for the
remote control are included, and the whole package is rounded out with an instruction manual,
which I do recommend reading. But before I get to the installation, I did have to hire an
electrician to come out and install a power outlet
right next to the toilet. That was needed, because the toilet seat
plugs into the wall, as it’s powered by electricity. So I’m gonna leave a link
in the description below to the Alpha Bidet JX, and if you’re thinking
about picking one up, just know that it does need
to be plugged into a wall. Once I had that all set up and plugged in, all I had to do was remove
the old toilet seat. In its place, I screwed
on the base for the bidet, and then slid the bidet into
the base until it clicked in. Then I connected the hose
from the wall into the bidet, and then another hose from
the bidet into the toilet, turned the water valve back
on, and I was ready to rock. For me, this was kind of an
adventure, but check this out. My toilet now has a remote control. And you know if something
has a remote control, it has now moved into gadget territory. So here’s how it works,
and what it can do. (belt unbuckling) Alright, so this seat will act as your nightlight in the bathroom. It’s also a heated seat, so you never have to sit down on a cold and jarring toilet ever again. It’ll wash you in the
back, or in the rear, and it even has a feminine
wash for the front. Although, if you’re a dude, and you wanna use that front
wash setting for yourself, go ahead and do it. I’m not here to judge. Ooh. (water spraying) That’s pretty nice, actually. I mentioned this thing
has a remote control. It’s actually right here,
mounted to the wall. So this remote control has a bunch of different features on it. You can select the seat temperature. You can select the water temperature. And since different people are built differently
down there and back there, you have multiple positions
on the front and rear washing, so it hits you in just the right spot. And there’s also a couple
of automatic options here. So there’s a wash and dry, which
will obviously wash you up, and then use warm air to dry you. Here’s a nice blow-drying session. (air blowing) Ah. It’s like a cool autumn
breeze on a cold winter’s day. Getting dried up. It’s basically a blow-dryer
for your butt hole. And there’s also the easy wash, which will do like a nice
oscillating spray motion. (water spraying) That gets deep. Okay. I’m feeling clean already. That was thorough. Now, it’s the holiday season, and I’m sure you’re thinking,
at least at first glance, this is pretty ridiculous. But trust me, once you use one of these, you’re never gonna wanna go
back to a regular toilet seat. So for that reason alone, it’s a cool holiday gift
for yourself or a loved one. But make sure it’s a close loved one. You don’t wanna pick one of these up for Janice in accounting, or bring it to her at
the office holiday party. (air blowing) There it is, and I’m all dry. So that was the full session,
a nice wash, a nice dry, and now I’m ready to go conquer the world. Now, listen, if you wanna
pick one of these up, the list price is typically $749… but the peeps at Bidet King actually sell it for under 500 bucks. So there you have it guys. Typically at the end of my videos, I like to ask a question
related to the topic. So in this one, I wanna know,
have you ever used a bidet? If so, what did you think about it? And if not, what did
you think of this video and the demonstration I showed you? Does it intrigue you,
and would you use one? Either way, leave a comment below, and I’ll meet you there
for further discussion. Drop a like on this video if you were entertained by this one, and don’t forget to
click or tap on my face when it appears here in the video in order to subscribe for free to stay up to date on
all future video releases here on my channel. We’ve got some cool stuff coming here at the end of the year. Thank you so much for
watching as always, guys. I appreciate your support. I’m Andru Edwards, and I’ll
catch you in the next video. (rock music)

55 thoughts to “HOW TO USE A BIDET: Alpha JX Bidet Toilet Seat Review πŸ˜‚”

  1. This is another way of creating awareness of good personal hygiene big ups bro πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ bless up

  2. "I'm going to tell you what's going down in my bathroom for the past couple weeks" that can be then a plethora of ways

  3. I have one very similar to the one in the video minus the light… wish mine had a light now… best fealing in the world everyone should have one!

  4. Ha ha ha that was priceless! I would totally use a Bidet! $500 + the install (dedicated) by electrician though, kinda not worth the expense.

  5. i never used it but i can see people using this especially in public bathrooms at a club it might make strippers more cleaner

  6. Hey Andru. Haven't had a chance to use one, but your video made it interesting. Would give it a whirl if given the chance.

  7. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ this is hilarious! Though many countries, especially in Asia has amazing toilets like that.

  8. My husband poo pooed my idea of getting cheap bidet attachments that attach to our toilets and are powered just by water pressure. We are both converts now and feel like cave people if we have to use public toilets. Even the cheap ones are better than toilet paper. He admitted that I was right in buying them.

  9. yes, in Brasil it's like a kitchen sprayer. no need for front and back, just aim and spray. Also, less than 20 bucks. No need for warm water here.

  10. I bet alot of these people commenting don't even clean their butts in the shower 🚿 that's why they want one 🀦

  11. Your video is very well done! I just returned from a tour of France and England but never came across a bidet – I wish I had! I would love to try one, especially one like you showed with they dryer feature. Right now $500 is out of my reach for this upgrade. I will add that Bidets with out a drying feature kind of defeat part of the purpose of cutting down on toilet paper usage- I can't imagine wanting to drip dry! Thanks again for the great video!

  12. I have one and love it but it is no were as expensive as this one. I have purchased and install on my Mother and Fathers as well as in my homes. Yes I used in Europe but never seen one in Asia. The Asia water came from a scoop out of a barrel and then used to flush the rest down the drain.

  13. Would def use one and would like to have one. I cannot afford this price. I would love for the company to give me one for giving a review for them and promoting it.. πŸ˜€

  14. At my request, my wife got me a bidet for christmas…it was one of the $35 valve with a nozzle types and we both fell in love with using bidets. I just ordered an Alpha JX to replace the basic model. I'm thinking I might sneak the basic one into the bathroom at my work.

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