Fluidmaster unveils all-new Soft Spa 9500 Bidet. Designed to provide a more hygienic, clean and refreshing solution in the bathroom, the feature-rich Soft Spa 9500 Bidet leverages Fluidmaster’s 64-year history of innovation. Complete with water temperature and pressure controls, adjustable dryer speeds, an ergonomic, temperature-controlled comfort seat and more, the electronic bidet features a sleek design that won’t shift under your bum. The Soft Spa 9500 Bidet is offered at $400 MSRP and available now through Fluidmaster.com.
The Soft Spa 9500 Bidet by Fluidmaster serves as a healthier, more hygienic way of cleaning up in the bathroom. Front and rear cleaning cycles help remove more bacteria and prevent the spread of germs when compared to wiping with toilet paper. The result is a fresh, “just stepped out of the shower” clean feeling made possible by a premium, fully customizable experience.
“Adding electronic bidets to the toilet has been a growing trend in the U.S. market over the last few years as more people have transformed their bathrooms into a personal spa oasis,” said Corinne AndersonSchoepe, Director, Global Brand, Fluidmaster. “COVID-19 and the recent toilet paper shortages fast-tracked our development of the Soft Spa 9500 as we responded to the widespread adoption of elevated personal hygiene standards. We’ve leveraged our trusted leadership in the toilet repair industry to offer a premium, more hygienic solution that we believe is going to be a welcomed upgrade in the bathroom.”
Features of the Soft Spa 9500 Bidet by Fluidmaster include1:
- Automatic front and rear cleaning cycles with oscillation, water temperature and pressure controls
- Adjustable dryer speeds with temperature control
- Sleek design with an ergonomic comfort bidet seat that won’t shift under your bum, featuring adjustable temperature control
- Electronic control via push button at bidet base or wireless remote
- Deodorizer and push-button quick release for easy cleaning
- Night light and soft-close bidet seat lid for round-the-clock use