LUXE Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle

LUXE Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle Specification:

customer_reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars
best_sellers_rank #349 in Tools & Home Improvement ( See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement ) #3 in Bidet Attachments
domestic_shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
international_shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S.
date_first_available October 31, 2012
brand ‎LUXE Bidet
mounting_type ‎Wall Mount
finish_type ‎Polished
material ‎Plastic
color ‎Blue/White
included_components ‎1/2” x 1/4” cold water connection metal braided hose, 2 circular attachment plates with rubber gaskets, Neo 120 installation and user guide, Neo 120 Bidet Body, 15/16” x 15/16” x 1/2" cold water plastic t-adapter
handle_type ‎Lever
style ‎Self Cleaning Nozzle
installation_method ‎Single Hole
item_dimensions_lxwxh ‎12 x 6 x 6 inches
model_name ‎BidetNeo120s
handle_material ‎Ceramic
item_weight ‎1.8 pounds
manufacturer ‎LUXE Bidet
part_number ‎Neo 120
product_dimensions ‎12 x 6 x 6 inches
country_of_origin ‎China
item_model_number ‎BidetNeo120s
is_discontinued_by_manufacturer ‎No
finish ‎Polished
item_package_quantity ‎1
batteries_included? ‎No
batteries_required? ‎No

A Luxurious Look At An Excellent Price:

Our bidet attachment will upgrade the look of your bathroom to the next level with its modern design and premium materials. Fabricated with metal/ceramic core high-pressure valves and steel hoses in place of plastic.

Hygienic Nozzle Guard Gate:

Helps keep the nozzle clean for a more hygienic showering experience. At the end of each wash cycle, the nozzle will automatically retract behind the guard gate, remaining safe until the next time it is needed.

Have Fun Doing It Yourself:

You'll have everything you need to install and use your bidet in minutes. Fits securely on a two-piece toilet but can be removed quickly if necessary.

Environmentally-friendly, Worthwhile Investment:

Don't waste so much toilet paper. Our bidet is kind to your skin and the environment while you clean.

No Kidding 18-month Warranty:

If you have any questions or issues regarding the products at any point, you can call us, and we will do all in our power to make things right. Get an additional year of coverage by registering your bidet on the web.

The Luxe Bidet Neo 120 is a manual bidet attachment that features a single nozzle and does not require electricity. The bidet's controls are intuitive and simple, making it suitable for everyone, from young children to the elderly. To activate and modify the water pressure, the Neo 120 features a chrome-plated knob.


The bidet's hygienic nozzle guard gate makes it safe and simple to clean. The bidet can be opened for simple access to the nozzle and to maintain a sanitary environment with the help of the hygienic nozzle guard gate. The bidet's nozzle may be retracted for clean storage when it's not in use, and the nozzle guard gate doubly protects it. The Neo 120 also has a novel self-cleaning sanitary nozzle that allows you to rinse it with clean water before and after each use.


Amazon Reviews (79813)

I never thought I needed it -- until I tried it

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 16, 2020

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I am a middle-aged male, quite simple and middle class (I don't typically eat foods I can't pronounce or drive a car I can't afford), and I consider myself hygienic but not OCD when it comes to that. I've never been one for lotions and potions for daily hygiene. I'm a bar of soap and bottle of cheap shampoo kind of guy. This product changed that for the better. If you feel such a device is "weird" or "odd," well if you consider it in an honest way, many of the most interesting and surprising (in a good way) things in life can be weird or odd at first. The device (Neo 120) functions as advertised, for the most part – see below -- and works very, very well. I must say emphatically up front that I did *NOT* receive this item for free or for a discount for my “honest and unbiased review,” nor do I work for the company that makes this device, nor own stock in said company. I have nothing to gain but good karma for relaying my feelings about this so you can make up your own mind: • Installation to the water supply is easy. (If you read ignorant, misleading reviews that claim this device gets its water from the toilet tank (or worse, the bowl), ignore such misinformation). It uses the same water source as the rest of the fresh water in your house, and anyone who actually owns one knows that. When installing the water supply hose to the water feed side and then the bidet, it needs to be tightened snug – not torqued down with a wrench. The latter is totally unnecessary and instead of preventing leaks, it may very well cause them. If you are concerned about leaks, it does come with plumber’s tape—not much, but enough for the job. • As others have said, installation onto the toilet itself can be tricky, especially if your toilet seat dips in the back. Imagine completely removing your toilet seat (both lids), and then placing three stacked quarters next to both holes before putting the seat back on. That is about the elevation that results. DO purchase some cheap white plastic toilet seat hinge bolts that are as long as you can find – 3 inches or so. Those will be needed, and I am surprised this wasn’t issued as formal guidance in the instructions. (If you want nicer bolts, then sure, but no one really sees those. It’s about utility for something like this). This advice is based on my standard toilet. If you have a specialty toilet that normally wouldn’t be a “standard” model in a typical big-box home improvement store, you should investigate further before you buy. • The temperature of the water that comes out of this is precisely the temperature of the cold water that comes out of your faucet. The temperature is whatever is in the pipe. If you live in a hot climate where the ground remains hot almost year around, the water will be warmer. If the water that comes out of your cold tap is normally seemingly freezing, so too will the water that comes out of this device. The company makes another more advanced “bells and whistles” model if you want to hook it to your cold AND hot water supply. I did not think I needed that feature – installation is a LOT more complicated, for one – and now that I am using it, I’m glad I decided the way I did. If I lived in a cold climate, I would consider the more advanced model with a hot/cold water blend and not just cold tap (i.e., the Neo 120 model that I have). • Contrary to other reviews, the device will not drill you a brand new door on your backside, nor will it violently launch you smashing your skull into the opposite wall in a watery, shameful mess. That’s fun reading, but it’s not fact-based. Whatever your water pressure (cold tap), then that’s what you get – which is adjustable with the topmost dial. (But that has a downside – see below) • This device will save you money on toilet paper. For sure. “Do you still use toilet paper,” someone might ask. Yes. Yes I do. But it’s much less about cleaning and much more about drying off when using one of these. • I’m sorry to be gross, but even for a guy like me, handsfree washing of the back bumper is HIGHLY preferred to smearing around your trash like car wax. There is a reason why “snobs” love these things. Did this product make me a bit more of a snob as well? I don't know, but if it did, I'm now a snob and that's fine by me. • It also saves on your stain remover costs. Think white underwear. See bullet point above. • Aesthetically it is quite nice. I don’t have guests over in the middle of a pandemic, but once I do in the future, I will be interested in their potential interest. Think about it. You are a guest in someone’s home and you see this. The door is locked. It's just you. Why not give it a try? 😊 • The price is very reasonable for what you get. The parts that could flood your house (water connections) are METAL and appear strong. There is no need for a wrench, which is very useful at breaking things not designed to withstand one. What I don’t like: • Installation (of the product onto the toilet, not the water connection) can be tricky depending on your current setup. I recommend a package of those cheap, long plastic hinge bolts. (The metal ones you likely have now are probably really gross as well, so replacement won’t hurt. In my case, my existing screws were 1) far too short with the bidet wedged in, and 2) gross. • The little white swinging “door” that inserts down into the bowl (but not the water in the bowl) forms a barrier. When in “clean” mode (bottommost dial, 3:00 position), the spout will spray water, not on your back bumper, but on that back of that little door. In “wash” mode (bottom dial, 12:00 position), the spout will drop down below the door to work. All of this is automatic. What I do *not* like is the “catch” for the door. When sitting on the seat, the little door sometimes flies open (which impedes operation), and sometimes the water pressure in cleaning mode will pop it open as well. This is a prime area of design improvement in my view. The only reason this door exists is for nozzle cleaning, either the machine doing it in cleaning mode or you manually opening the little door to manually clean the spray nozzle. Yeah – wear gloves. I see the appeal of these features, but there must be a better design that would accomplish the same result. • The water pressure control dial reminds me of the clutch on the riding lawn mower I used when I was 15. I would *ease* off the clutch and the mower would inch forward and come to speed. But if I did more than ease off it, the front wheels would clear the ground. Same here. The knob turn distance between 1% flow and 75% flow in this device is very limited. (This is due to the valve design, another sure place for improvement). The distance between 75% and 100% water flow on the knob is really the majority of the turn. (The valve moves from 12:00 to about 3:00 position). Go easy on this dial, especially at first. So if the full turn of the knob is 12:00 to 3:00, 50 % water pressure is like at 12:30. Anything beyond 1:00 is full pressure all the way to 3:00. • This has nothing to do with the functionality of the product, but some people shop less for utility and more for aesthetics. More color choices would appeal to such buyers. This is free advice to the company. Overall, the device is something I have faithfully used every day since installation (so, a bit over a month). I never thought I needed it until I had it. Next I may even switch to bottled soap instead of bars. Five stars.

The best thing I've bought in a long time

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 20, 2018

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I have a colon disease, so sometimes I have bathroom problems and sometimes I have to have colonoscopies which require plenty of time spent in the bathroom. This bidet has been a godsend. There are tons of great reviews already, so I've decided to do more of a Q&A to help y'all decide if this is something you need in your life. Q: Why would I ever need a bidet? A: If you've ever felt unclean after a bathroom session, this will make you feel cleaner than you've ever felt in your life. Even if you don't think you're icky after using just toilet paper, you probably are. Q: Aren't wipes just as effective? A: Maybe so, but if you've seen recent studies showing that the wipes don't dissolve as well as previously thought and you know how expensive and ill-timed plumbing problems are, you may want to consider an option that doesn't involve flushing more items down your toilet. Also, who wants chemicals all over their hindquarters? The cost of this is by far cheaper than the cost of using wipes over time and for paying for any plumbing problems you may encounter in your life. Q: This isn't heated - isn't that going to suck? A: No. It's actually somewhat soothing. It typically starts out close to room temperature because the water is just waiting in the hose, but even the cool water isn't too bad. I find it exhilarating and have never thought the water was too cold or uncomfortable. Q: Is this just going to blast me in the ______ and not where it needs to actually go? A: I don't know how, but this thing manages to hit me exactly where it needs to every time without fail. Same with everyone else in my household that uses it. It just knows exactly where to aim and sometimes, I feel like it shoots right into my soul. The short of it all - this thing doesn't miss. Q: Is it gross? Will I feel gross knowing other people use this for...that? A: It has a nozzle cleaning feature, so even though it's shooting out fresh water, if you have any gross feelings about using it after someone else, you can flip the switch to do a quick nozzle clean then go about your business. Q: Are the guys going to pee all over this? A: Maybe? But it has this cute little door protecting it (with a cute little bit of info printed on it), so even if they pee on the door, they're not going to pee on the actual device that sprays the water. Also, urine is sterile, although it may be gross, it's still sterile. Q: Is it hard to clean? A: Not really because the nozzle has a simple cleaning mode, just flip the switch to cleaning mode, spray a little, and it's clean. For more physical cleaning, you can just run your toilet brush over the little door while cleaning your toilet. Q: Will I use less toilet paper with this? A: Probably. Just do your business, spray the yuck away, then pat yourself dry. Q: Is this hard to install? A: Not really. The most important thing to take note of is that you have a flexible hose going into your toilet tank. If you have a firm copper one, you'll need to run to the Depot or wherever, grab a flexi hose for a few dollars and be on your merry way. You'll need to know how to remove your toilet seat so you can loop this into the same place, but other than that, it's not too difficult. Q: Will this work with my skinny little slow-closing toilet seat? A: Yep, that's what we have and it works fine. Q: Does this have decent pressure? A: I guess it depends on your water flow, but basically, it feeds off your toilet tank filler hose, so as long as that has good pressure, so should your bidet. Mine has EXTREME water pressure, so even at minimum water flow, it works majestically. Q: Can I spray my brother with this? A: Yes. Get your bro in the right position and yell "HEY, CHECK THIS OUT!" and it will likely spray him in the chest, or possibly the face if he's short enough. Q: Will this clean my "lady bits?" A: While this is more of a unisex rear end bidet than the other models from this brand, a simple repositioning will do the trick. Just slide back slightly on your toilet seat, and you can clean your lady bits til kingdom come. Q: Will this fit in my teeny tiny bathroom? A: Probably. It's very small and just attaches to your toilet where the toilet seat attaches, so it takes up very little room. I'd imagine this would work in the tiniest of bathrooms, assuming there's a couple inches of space on either side of the toilet. It would probably fit in nearly every bathroom. Q: Will people think I'm weird for having a bidet? A: Probably not. They will probably be fascinated and ask to try it out. They may even text you at 11pm on a Saturday night asking you specifics of its functionality. You may very well become a trendsetter in your friends group. Q: How many should I get? A: I would recommend putting one in every bathroom you poo in. Maybe try one first to make sure it's your bag, and if you agree with my sentiment, consider putting one in each bathroom for maximum freshness. Q: Should I get this? A: Do you like having a clean rear end? Do you have ~$35? Yes, just get this. It's not weird, it's not gross, it's easy enough to install with the most minimal of tools and it is the most amazing thing that will make your booty feel fantastic every time you use it. I hope this was helpful in your decision-making process. Don't forget to mark reviews as helpful if you find them helpful so they appear more prominently on Amazon. Happy bathroom times to you!

I love this! Why did I wait so long??

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 23, 2022

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At the time of this writing I’ve had the Luxe Neo 120 a little over a week and love it! Why did I wait so long to get it!?!? If you’re on the fence trying to decide whether to get one or not, just do it!! You won’t regret it, get one now!! I’m serious! It will be one of the best things you ever get for yourself. You will be amazed! Never again will the threat of a toilet paper shortage strike fear in the core of your being! Never again will you need copious amounts of TP to make sure you’re good & clean “back there.” With this you will feel super clean & fresh all the time. You too can have a Shiny Hiney!! A Happy Fanny! Choose your preferred model and click the buy now button! Don’t wait. Just do it!! Join the Clean Bum Club now!! 🚽💩💦🍑😆🚫🧻🎉😊 Here are some of my observations about installation and usage: Installation: * I actually installed one in each of our three bathrooms with no problems. * The T Adapter: Use the adapter that comes with the bidet first. If you still think you need a water regulator to adjust the water pressure to the bidet then you can get one with a shut off. We have high water pressure & the standard T adapter works just fine. If I think I need to cut the pressure at any time I can just turn down the water supply knob to the toilet a little. I tried to use the Luxe brand T adapter with water shut off but it would’t thread onto my toilet connection so returned it. I have Fluidmaster toilet parts with regular 7/8” connection coming out of the tank. Although this adapter says it is compatible it would not thread on mine and I tried on two different toilets. I ended up using the adapter that came with the bidet and it works great. (I also purchased this adapter with regulator and used it on one of the toilets. It connected fine and works but don’t really think it’s necessary and would recommend using what comes with the bidet first. ) * You will need a flexible hose that connects the water supply to the toilet so if you have a straight pipe connection you will need to replace it with a flexible one. * Toilet seats: I installed on three toilets. One had a wood, flat bottom toilet seat & needed no adjustments after installation. Two had plastic toilet seats and needed bumpers under the seats to adjust them so they would be level. Although I got the Luxe brand toilet seat bumpers I ended up getting these from my local home improvement store for a little over $3 and they work great. Whatever you get (if you need it) I would recommend determining proper placement and then super gluing them to the toilet seat as the sticky tape that comes with them doesn’t hold. Using the Bidet: * There was a slight learning curve getting used to the bidet since I’d never used one before. I did a few test runs just to get a feel for operation, water pressure, water angle & sitting position. It is amazing! It is so refreshing and leaves you feeling so clean. Now I can’t imagine using a bathroom without one. * Start very slowly turning up the water pressure! It has a pretty strong stream! I never have to turn mine up past the first dot on the dial. Once the stream begins you can back the pressure up a tiny bit if needed. * I did not get the model with warm water attachment and don’t mind the cool water at all. It actually feels very refreshing. I don’t have a warm water supply close to my toilets. Even if I did I figured by the time I ran the water long enough for it to get warm it would be too much trouble. Just do the cool water & enjoy it!! * Ladies can just tilt forward a little to direct the stream a little farther toward the front. I did not get the model with the two nozzles (one for rear & one for feminine) so can’t compare with that feature but this works just fine. Price & value: * I considered buying a bidet attachment from another popular brand but ended up getting the Luxe. It is what my friend has had for over 2 years & she is quite pleased. Also between the different models & colors Luxe has over 70,000 reviews!! For the price of the one I was considering I was able to get three Luxe Neo 120s for about the same price as one of the others in a similar model. * Although I’ve only had it a little over a week at this time the unit seems very well made, is visually nice, was easy to install. All three I installed are working well with no problems. If you register it online it extends the warranty to two years. And I’m sure it will last much longer than that!

Source: Amazon

Question: So, I'm fat. Will this still work with my large butt cheeks?

Answer: The padding for your pushing has just been upgraded. You can get ready for your next salad Tossa by turning on the bidet (on high... best practises), shaking your booty, and doing the Beyoncé dance while sitting on the toilet.

Question: Does it clean the front and back?

Answer: The spray pattern of the Neo 120's single nozzle is unchangeable. The Neo 180 and 185 are our top picks for a front-and-back (normal + women's wash) dual nozzle bidet.

Question: How far does it stick out from the side of the toilet? I have the Astor bidet, but it's too close to my bathtub, and I can't close the shower curtain.

Answer: To the left, as you face the toilet, about 4 1/4 inches.

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