Both the Bio Bidet BB-2000 Bliss and the Brondell swash 1400 are high-quality bidet toilet seats with the utmost in performance and luxuries.
Before we start this comparison my number one choice bidet seat is Bio bidet’s BB-2000.
I’ve been using it for a while now and I’m more than satisfied.
However, let’s see how the 1400 swash stands up against BB-2000 in terms of features and functionality.
These bidet seats are fully loaded meaning both will come with a heated seat endless warm water, warm air dryer, adjustable nozzles, slow-closing seats, wireless remote, adjustable spray pressure and more.
These are features that both the BB-2000 bliss and the Brondell 1400 swash have in common.
Let’s take a closer look at the key differences between these two high-end bidet toilet seats.
Differences in design
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And so we’ll let you make up your own mind about which you find is the more attractive one.
A key difference between these two models is that the bio bidet bb2000 has its electrical cord on the left side if you were sitting on it while the Brondell 1400 has it on the right side.
Both the BB 2000 and swash 1400 are available in the elongated size but only 1400 also has a round size option.
In terms of spray pressure, there is a significant difference between the two models.
The bio bidet BB-2000 offers some of the strongest if not the strongest spray pressure out on the market today.
Side by side if both models are set to maximum spray pressure the BB-2000 will be about 30 to 40 percent stronger than the swash 1400. This is not to say that the swash 1400 has a week spray.
It’s just that the BB 2000 specializes in this field.
Water heating types
Both these seats offer endless warm water, but they’re heating methods are different.
The Bondell Swash 1400 utilizes a tankless water heater meaning that there is no reservoir within.
The water heats up instantaneously and continues to produce warm water.
The BB-2000, on the other hand, has a hybrid heater.
It has a heated reservoir that keeps a small supply of water warm while also heating the water during a wash to offer an endless supply.
While there is no lag, there is a drawback. It does use more energy when idle.
The swash 1400 has a blue in Bowl LED nightlight. The bb-2000 has a small blue LED light on its auxiliary control panel.
The Bio Bidet BB-2000s unique feature is the enema function that provides exceptional use.
It’s a powerful yet very narrow spray that helps provides constipation relief.
The swash 1400 does not have this feature.
A sitable lid is a very unique feature that allows a user to sit on the lid when it’s in the closed position.
The brondell 1400 offers a sturdy sitable lid that supports close to 300 pounds.
The BB2000 lid is not sitable.
The brondell 1400 has the ability to save 2 user presets on the remote control. This will save the water temp and spray pressure settings of two different people.
The Bio, on the other hand, does not have this feature
the remote control for the Brondell swash 1400 is clear and well laid out to provide an overall feel in your hand and is very very ergonomic.
Bio Bidet BB 2000’s remote is a bit more robust and its overall body size. The remote is ergonomic although a bit thicker and can be preferable for those who wish to have a bigger remote with an LCD screen.
Both seats use stainless steel nozzles with Antimicrobial technology and they both have self-cleaning systems for keeping the nozzles clean between uses.
The Bio Bidet uses one single nozzle with three sections for its three wash functions where the Brondell swash 1400 uses a dual nozzle system with one nozzle for the rear wash and the other for the front feminine.
Suitability for heavier users
From my research and personal experiences, I have found that the bio bb2000 is better suited than the swash 1400 and handling larger users rated up to 420 pounds.
The BB 2000 has a nice sturdy seat and when combined with its great spray pressure is ideally suited for users over 300 pounds.
The Brondell 1400 seat also feels very sturdy, but its great pressure strength is not well suited for larger users.
The Brondell 1400 swash is covered by a three-year manufacturer’s limited warranty the bio bidet is covered by a three-year manufacturer’s full warranty and for an extra can up-grade to another 3 years.
So the overall conclusion the Brondell swash 1400 is the ideal bidet seat. If you want a quality bidet with sitable lid, user presets, in Bowl LED nightlight and prefer average spray pressure.
The Bio Bidet Bb-2000 is for you if you prefer stronger spray pressure would like an enema function and or are a heavier user over 250 pounds.
Which one is better. Well, that’s a matter of what you value in a bidet and what suits your individual needs. These are both fantastic high-end bidet seats.