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Luxe has multiple non-electric bidets in its lineup that make it difficult to know what the differences are between them. Without knowing the differences, it’s hard to know which one to get. To make things easier for you, we decided to put their features in a chart to highlight what those differences are.
As you may know, bidets that are non-electric will not have any power to heat water. That means most non-electric bidets can only supply cold water. But did you know that some of them have the ability to connect to a hot water supply? That’s one of the features you’ll find in some Luxe models. For instance, the Neo 250 and Neo 320 have a hot water connection (you would connect them to the nearest hot water supply – most likely your sink).
For many people, the hot water connection is an important feature. It’s a way to get hot water without have to buy a more expensive electric bidet. So if hot water is the most important feature for you, then pick the Neo 250 or Neo 320. However, as you can see from the chart above, the Neo 250 does not have a self-cleaning nozzle (which simply means a feature that rinses the nozzle with fresh water) or dual nozzle (which means that other than the standard posterior wash, it also features a feminine wash with a more delicate spray).
If your bidet will be used by many people in your household, you will probably want the self-cleaning nozzle feature for sanitary reasons, as well as the dual nozzle. So the Neo 180 or Neo 185 would be good choices. And if you want hot water on top of that, then your choice would be the Neo 320 bidet. That’s how we would go about picking between Luxe bidets. Think about which features you really want, then pick the one that has them.
Another difference we want to point out is that some Luxe bidets use a knob to operate while others use a lever. They’re kind of like doors – some have knob handles and some of lever handles. We would say that the knob (more like dial) is easy to use and gives you precision for the flow of water, but the lever gives you control and works better for households that have low water pressure.
Price-wise, since we’re dealing with non-electric bidet seats, the differences between the Luxe bidets are minimal. The Neo 110 with the least amount of features has an MSRP of $26.95 and the Neo 320 with the most features has an MSRP of $59.95. So as you can see, the difference between one side of the spectrum to the other is only about $30 and shouldn’t be a huge factor in your decision.
There you have it! We hope our comparison chart helps you narrow down your choice of Luxe bidets. If you want to explore other options check out some of our bidet seat reviews.