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Best Heated Toilet Seats

There’s a lot to be said about heated toilet seats. It definitely keeps you from getting shocked awake in the middle of the night. And it makes sitting on the throne a lot more comfortable. Now, there used to be a time when these things were exclusive to the rich and famous. Thanks to technology and economics, it’s now pretty easy for the average Joe and Jane to indulge in some hot seates. But before you think that any ole heated toilet seat would do, think again.

Not all toilet seats are made the same – some are round, other elongated. Some have extra features like bidet attachments and remote controls for customizing the temperature. Because there are a lot of heated toilet seats being sold today, it can be difficult to pick one that is comfortable and has the features you want. Since you can’t possibly test them all out, we decided to do it for you. And we’ve come up with the list of the best heated toilet seats to choose from.

10 Best Heated Toilet Seats of 2017

1. BB-600E BioBidet Ultimate Electric Bidet Seat

Heated Toilet Seat and Bidet

This is the Rolls Royce of the heated toilet seat industry. It was specifically designed to be a luxury class toilet seat, loaded with all the features you need and want. You have front and rear warm water cleansing wherein witch you can cycle the two streams for a more thorough cleaning. Also you can adjust the water temperature and the water pressure. You can even adjust the position.

Aside from water, you can dry yourself using warm air “sprayed” your way. No need for tissue then. Naturally, you can enjoy the heated seat (temperature there is also fully adjustable). And as an added bonus, the lid AND the seat  have the slow-close function.

BB-600E BioBidet Ultimate Electric Bidet Seat

Pros:

  • slow-closing lid and seat
  • adjustable temperature (water, air, and seat)
  • easy to use

Cons:

  • expensive
  • some users have complained about poor customer service/warranty issues
  • manual is a bit vague

 

2. Brondell S1000-EW Swash

Heated Toilet Seat with Remote

If the BB-600E is the Rolls Royce, then Brondell’s Swash 1000 is the Bentley. It has a lot of the same features – posterior and feminine warm water washes, water and seat temperature settings, water pressure controls, adjustable warm air dryer, nozzle oscillation feature, a wide wash feature, and the slow-closing seat and lid. There are two features that you won’t find in the BB-600E. The S1000 has stainless steel self-cleaning, self-sterilizing nozzles and a deodorizer. Yes, it takes out the stink in the air while you’re doing a number 2 using a carbon filter and fan. Plus, you get a 3 year limited warranty.

Brondell S1000-EW Swash Elongated Toilet Seat

Pros:

  • deodorizer
  • self-cleaning and self-sterilizing nozzles
  • eco mode uses a built-in body sensor to turn the unit on or off when not in use

Cons:

  • expensive
  • some users have reported that the feminine wash doesn’t reach the desired spot
  • some users have reported weak water pressure

 

3. BEIR Advanced Bidet Seat (BR-300)

Beir’s heated toilet seat was specifically designed to provide the ultimate toilet experience. Aside from much of the same features found in our top two picks, this product features a patented design that ensures the nozzle regularly cleans itself and drains inside the tank even when the seat isn’t in use. It’s also made out of anti-bacteria material, taking cleanliness to a whole new level. You can take out the entire seat with just one click for cleaning. And most importantly, its seat is kept at a comfortably warm level – body temperature.

BEIR Advanced Bidet Seat

Pros:

  • anti-bacterial material
  • easy to install
  • self-cleaning

Cons:

  • expensive
  • despite its claim, the seat doesn’t fit all toilets (mostly elongated ones)
  • even with the warm air dryer, users have reported the need for a little bit of tissue paper

 

4. Brondell L60-EW LumaWarm

Heated Toilet Seat with Night Light

This is another heated toilet seat from Brondell. While it certainly isn’t at par to the S1000, the LumaWarm does have certain features that make it stand out. It has an illuminating LED nightlight (blue) that can be turned on and off which makes it that much easier for you to pee at night. It has 3 temperature settings for the heated seat. And it has a slow-closing lid and seat. Compared to others in our list, this one is an affordable option.

Brondell L60-EW LumaWarm Heated Nightlight Elongated Toilet Seat

Pros:

  • easy to install
  • LED light
  • adjustable temperature

Cons:

  • no bidet
  • some users have reported poor customer service
  • doesn’t fit properly

 

5. KOHLER K-4108-0 C3 230 Bidet Toilet Seat

While remote controls are not a new thing with high-end heated toilet seats, Kohler’s C3-230 has one that’s unique – a touch-screen remote that customizes all aspects of your toilet experience. There are 5 temperature settings for the heated seat. The water temperature and water pressure are adjustable. It has LED lighting. You can also adjust the warm air dryer. What makes it really stand out for us is the design. It cradles the body naturally, providing you with a really comfortable sitting position without causing back or joint pain.

KOHLER K-4108-0 C3 230 Bidet Toilet Seat

Pros:

  • ergonomic seat design
  • touch-screen controls
  • programmable system (different user profiles)

Cons:

  • expensive
  • LED light might be too bright for some
  • some users found the toilet hard to program

 

6. TOTO Washlet C100

TOTO is a trusted brand. It has been providing bidet attachments since 1980. But we’re not here for that. A feature of their bidets are heated seats and that’s what we’re going for. Now, TOTO offers a wide range of “washlets” with the C100 being one of the most basic. You get the soft-closing seat, the front and rear washing, an air deodorizer, and a warm air dryer. It also has water pressure settings, a pre-mist function, an oscillating water stream. When it comes to heating your seat, the TOTO C100 excels. It not only allows you to adjust the temperature, it remembers the temperature you set for the next time you sit on your throne.

TOTO Washlet C100 Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat

Pros:

  • Adjustable heat for the seat
  • Energy-saver mode
  • Air deodorizer

Cons:

  • Control panel is attached to the side (no remote control)
  • Difficult to install
  • some users have reported leaking

 

7. SmartBidet SB-1000

The SmartBidet SB-1000 has most of the luxury features of a heated toilet seat. The seat has 3 adjustable temperature settings with a skin sensor (turned on/off) that will activate the bidet when you sit down. The water pressure and dryer pressure has 5 levels. The water temperature has 3 levels. And the retracting, self-cleaning nozzle has 5 adjustable positions. You get the usual soft-closing lid and seat and remote control. And it comes with an energy saving mode.

SmartBidet SB-1000 Electric Bidet Seat

Pros:

  • plenty of adjustable features
  • energy saving mode
  • easy to install

Cons:

  • air from the dryer is weak (even in turbo setting)
  • large and bulky
  • feminine washing position doesn’t hit the right spot

 

8. Lotus ATS-500 Advanced Smart Toilet Seat Bidet

While most other heated toilet seats are designed to fit elongated or round models, the Lotus ATS-500 was specifically designed to fit both. Its wide opening allows you to attach it over any standard toilet. The self-cleaning nozzle releases a continuous spray of warm, aerated water. The water temperature and pressure is adjustable, of course. The lady wash nozzle is also present. The heated seat, much like other models, has three adjustable temperature levels. Now, what we really like about the Lotus is the Child Wash. With just a push of a button, the rear wash will turn on and spray warm water for 30 seconds before turning off and then the dryer runs for 1 minute. Potty time has never been so easy.

Lotus ATS-500 Advanced Smart Toilet Seat Bidet

Pros:

  • child wash mode
  • easy to use
  • dedicated nozzle for feminine wash

Cons:

  • dryer isn’t that powerful; still requires use of toilet paper
  • short cord
  • no deodorizer

 

9. UltraTouch Heated Toilet Seat

If you want a really affordable heated toilet seat with no extra features (such as a bidet), then the UltraTouch Heated Toilet Seat is exactly what you’re looking for. The seat has a built-in antimicrobial material and has a “soft to touch” surface. The 12-volt Thermal Circuit heating element can heat up to 20-25 degrees above room temperature. The plug includes a 6-foot extension cord. And it’s dishwasher safe! Not that you’d ever wash it there… but it’s nice to know.

UltraTouch Heated Toilet Seat

Pros:

  • built-in antimicrobial material
  • 6-foot extension cord
  • very affordable

Cons:

  • some users feel that it doesn’t heat up enough
  • durability issues with the wire
  • some users have reported that the seat discolors over time

 

10. TOTO Washlet S350e

As we mentioned earlier, TOTO is one of the most trusted brands in the toilet seat industry. Which may be one of the many reasons they can charge so much for their products. Now, you may be wondering why this incredibly expensive toilet seat is one of our best picks. And it’s because it’s loaded (and we really mean loaded) with features, some of which you won’t see anywhere else such as the autolid opening and closing. Not only will the lid open when you approach, you can preprogram one of the user profiles to open both seat and lid.

Then there’s the electrolyzed water which is used to mist the bowl after every use and to clean the nozzle/wand. This same water is automatically sprayed into the bowls if the toilet is inactive for 8 hours, just to maintain freshness. Then there’s the programmable energy saving features. You can let the washlet predict your common usage times or preset it manually using a 3,6, and 9-hour manual timer. And the seat has 5 heat levels while other models

TOTO Washlet S350e Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat

Pros:

  • Preprogramming features
  • Electrolyzed water
  • 5 heat levels for the seat

Cons:

  • Incredibly expensive
  • reports of poor customer service
  • Durability issues

 

How to Choose the Right Heated Toilet Seat

Most people might laugh at such a silly product. Heated toilet seats? What are you thinking?! But if you’ve ever experienced sitting down on your throne in the middle of the night during winter, then you’ll know how extremely important this is. Especially for women. And once you’ve tried it? There’s no going back.

Now, you might already know that there are quite a number of options when it comes to heated toilet seats. Most of them are actually bidets with the heated seat function. And a lot of them cost a lot. If you’re going to spend that much cash, then you really need to make sure that you get your money’s worth. And that’s why we made this guide. Because everyone deserves the throne that they want. Preferably one that’s not made of iron.

Elongated or Round?

You may not realize this at first but toilet seats come in two shapes – elongated and round. You’ll need to make sure that the seat you choose will fit your current toilet. Otherwise, it’ll be a crapshoot.

What features do you want?

As we already stated earlier, most heated toilet seats are loaded with other functions. If you really want something basic – just the heated seat – then you should consider the UltraTouch Heated Toilet Seat. If you want some other basic features such as a slow-closing lid and a nightlight, then you can add a couple of dollars more to get the Brondell L60-EW LumaWarm.

If you have even more cash to burn, then you might want to get a heated toilet seat that also offers a bidet with adjustable temperature settings and an air dryer such as the SmartBidet SB-1000. Then there are the real luxury items that will blow a huge hole in your wallet like the BB-600E BioBidet Ultimate Electric Bidet Seat. And then there are models such as the Lotus ATS-500 Advanced Smart Toilet Seat Bidet which has a child wash mode. Moms will definitely love this one. It all depends on what you want your toilet seat to do for you.

What’s your budget?

While you may have plenty of ideas for what your toilet seat should be able to do for you, they’re all going down the drain if you don’t have the money to back up them up. While we mentioned that you’ll need to decide what you want to have in your toilet seat, we still recommend that you look at your wallet first and think about how big a hole you want to put there.

When it comes to choosing your heated toilet seat, you just need to remember this – find one that comfortably heats up your behind during the cold winter months that also happens to suit your budget. Everything else is just extra.

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