Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: LEOKE Portable Bidet, 3 Pack Handheld Bidet for Toilet Travel Bidet Sprayer with Different Sizes Rubber Bands for Personal Hygiene Cleaning and Washing, Outdoor, Camping, Travling, Driver
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I came across this portable bidet while looking for one to hike and camp with. Actually purchased this one and a slightly different design since both were pretty inexpensive. Of the two the UYICOO travel bidet is the better product for me. It fits into a standard 20 oz water bottle and these always seem to be on hand. This provides plenty of water to work with. The shape of the travel bidet also makes it easy to direct the stream. I have read several reviews for bidet bottles along the line of this product and I feel it is worth mentioning that it takes a bit of practice to get used to using them. After having figured them out I don’t want to be without one now.
Bought this for backpacking. What I like is that it's silicone (crushable, unbreakable, and easy to clean), ultralight (18g or 5/8oz), angled (easier to aim), works with both water and soda bottles, and stays on even when squeezing hard on the water bottle. I could not get the bidet to dislodge even when squeezing the bottle as hard as I could with one hand, which boosts my confidence that I won't lose this in an outdoor privy. Add in the fact that you get 3 for a price cheaper than many single units from competitors and we have a winner!
If you're using it in the regular life, a longer bidet might be a little easier to use (but add unwanted weight for a hiker like me). Also, a thicker water bottle like a smartwater or lifewater will make much less noise than a krinkly water bottle, which I could see as a concern in a public bathroom. I had spent far to much time researching which bidet to buy but in the end, I feel confident that I made the right choice for my needs.
These are fabulous. Normally I'm a missionary traveling across the world where toilet paper is limited and not because of the Coronavirus, but just because I'm in third world countries where it's very limited. NOW - since the Coronavirus, I ordered the 3-pak for me and my mom to eliminate expansive use of extra toilet paper here in the good old USA. These do exactly as they say and fit in a water bottle and because of their threading and pliability, they can fit more than one water bottle nozzle size - and they work wonderful. It's a bidet for travel, in a handbag or at home without all the hassle of toilet apparatus to hook up. They'll fit a little 6 oz bottle of water for taking with you, or a 16 oz for home. You won't be disappointed and these are good not only for ladies but for men as well. Keeps you clean using very limited toilet paper!
If you take the time to read the complete product description, reviews & questions you will learn that it takes a few tries finding the correct water bottle to use with the portable bidet. Once you find the correct bottles they work great. The ones I found work the best are the type of water bottle that comes with a spray nozzle. I find them at the dollar store or garden centers. The thinner plastic water bottles that crinkle & make noise when you squeeze them do not work as good. You need the ones that are made of rubbery plastic. The price is awesome and you get 3. I've used one for months now with no problems at all. I sanitize after I use both the bottle and the portable bidet, hang bottle upside down, place bidet on rack to dry and it is good for the next use. I have a toilet bidet that my plumber installed for me and I have not used it since I purchased this portable bidet. Mostly because now I can have warm water in my bottle and my toilet bidet is only cold water. I highly recommend to test the bottles before use. Like I said, once you find the correct bottle to use it will work like a charm.
I want to like it really. Unfortunately, it's difficult to thread it on the bottle. I got it on and used it. Unfortunately for me, the pressure in the bottle when you press the bottle was too much. The thing pop off and fell in the toilet. I disgustingly had to fish it out and throw it out of else the toilet will clog (gross i know). I would have returned it but couldn't because I threw out the packaging. I definitely do not recommend.
This little gadget makes it possible to stay clean all the time without having to carry bulky telling equipment. Very easy to use. It even fit in one of my square pill boxes which is now dedicated to being its new home. Fits in pocket or purse without any trouble. My daughter often requires assistance toileting. This is so discreet that she no longer feels embarrassed needing to use the ladies room. Took it with her to Disney during a heat wave and was cool, clean and refreshed all day long!
Very easy to use, just push into a disposable water bottle. I use this to rinse my dogs feet and belly after she gets muddy on hikes. We use a smart water (or similarly sturdy bottle) to avoid the crinkly sound of the thinner bottles. Soft silicone nozzle and decently powered spray make things very easy.
If removing clumps of dirt from fur on a dogs belly is any indication, this will be great for the intended use as well.
I bought this bidet to use for backpacking to limit and hopefully eliminate the use of toilet paper. It checks so many of the boxes: light weight, small, silicone material for ease of cleaning and fitting into a variety of bottle mouth sizes, nicely angled shape. However, as soon as I begin to overturn the bottle, water begins flowing out, even before I can get it into proper position. Quite a bit of water, really, flowing not necessarily where I want it to... It makes me feel anxious and rushed to aim properly before I use up all my water and make a mess of things. I'm wondering if a smaller finer slit might help control the flow better? Or maybe all bottle bidets do this and it's just user error (and I just need more practice).