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 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).
I purchased this for an RV camping trip as I wanted to reduce the amount of TP in the holding tank. I use a bidet at home but never used a portable one. Inside the RV in cramped bathrooms i found it difficult to get to the correct angle and eventually did not use it. When I could get it to the correct angle the pressure was not sufficient enough to work as I wanted it to.
Now where this guy was useful was in public restrooms where I had more room to get to the correct angle needed. The pressure was still not sufficient but I basically just used it after using TP traditionally as a rinse.
How to write a review for a bidet? It does the job............sort of. Number one is to make sure it is securely on the bottle. You'll have to try different size bottles to see what works best for you.
I wanted to cut down on my toilet paper use when backpacking. I tried this with a smartwater bottle. I just have to say, there's a reason why Japanese bidets shoot WARM water. Ice-cold spring water up the bum is... not the greatest feeling. Also, unless the water bottle is totally full, it's hard to get enough water pressure using this.
Perhaps I'll take this with me again in the summer, but I'll stick with paper in the winter.