If you are looking for a new bidet, you have come to the right place at Reuter. We have nearly 500 types of bidets - something for every need and every taste.
Why buy a bidet?
Although the shape is reminiscent of a toilet, bidets are actually low-level sinks. They are used to clean the intimate area and are used after every visit to the toilet. It is common in southern Europe, Arab countries and Latin America to use the bidet to clean the anus and genitals. Sometimes it is also used to wash the feet.
An alternative are shower toilets that combine a toilet and bidet. This means that they take up much less space and you don't need to change position. This is an enormous relief especially for older people - particularly as they do not have to turn around to wipe their bottom. The hygiene spray does it all for you.
Which bidet is the right one?
As with toilets, you can choose between wall-mounted and floorstanding bidets. But choice is not exactly the right word, because if you only replace your existing bidet, it is structurally predetermined which version you need.
You can only choose whether a floorstanding or wall-mounted bidet is to be used for a new construction or renovation. However, most bathrooms nowadays are constructed with on-the-wall elements, and wall-mounted bidets are used here.