Luxe Bidet Neo 120 – Self Cleaning Nozzle – Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment

4.77 out of 5 based on 22 customer ratings
(22 customer reviews)

$34.95 $29.25

Our bidets are manufactured with high quality, durable parts built to last and withstand the water pressure that will flow through it. Neo Series Bidets are constructed with high-pressure faucet quality valves made with metal-ceramic core and braided steel hoses instead of traditional plastic. Additionally, the Neo Series now comes with a metal cold water t-adapter.

SKU: 900254 Category: GTIN: (01)09952254711699


Features: High Quality Metal-Ceramic Core Valves. Steel Braided Hose. Innovative Hygienic Nozzle Guard Gate. Self-Cleaning Nozzle Function – Available with Neo 120, Neo 180 and Neo 320. Standard white body and chrome-plated controls. Sleek, curved shape fits most two-piece toilets. Do It Yourself Installation. Adjustable fitting plates for secure attachment. All standard plumbing size accessories included.

22 reviews for Luxe Bidet Neo 120 – Self Cleaning Nozzle – Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment

  1. 5 out of 5


    I purchased the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 from LUXE Bidet and am very happy with it. I ordered from another seller, and had to return it (in short, I was very disappointed)… Anyways, I had always wanted a bidet since I visited Japan a few years ago. Granted, the American toilet doesn’t usually have hot water switch + power outlet around it, but you really don’t need those luxe features if you just want the clean feeling after you use the toilet!
    It’s very easy to install, the kit came with everything, and it’s been working just fine. Just make sure you give your guests a brief tutorial beforehand, otherwise you “might” have to clean up (clean) water on the floor… (not sure what happened, but I had to clean it)
    BTW, I followed another user’s advise and purchased the spacers for my toilet seat, since the seat is raised by the bidet. The seat is leveled and I’d recommend that as well.

  2. 5 out of 5


    This is an awesome product, I first used this bidet when visiting a friend and I thought OMG this is great.
    When she told me the price was only 35.00 dollars I was very surprised and pleased. I ordered one when I first got home and installed the day I got it. The install was a breeze less than 20 minutes and it works perfectly. For daily use it is great however for those unfortunate times when you are sick I.E the runs it is the best money ever spent, I have been sick for 5 days with stomach and lower intestinal problems and I am not sore in the least. In fact it is that single thing that motivated me to jump here and post a review, apologies for any bad images this review has invoked. A great buy CHEERS

  3. 5 out of 5


    So I’m a pretty hairy dude (back there), and I could never get clean enough using toilet paper. The results were embarrassing, messy, odorous, and often painful if I excessively wiped. I discovered the joy of the bidet back in 2007 and it changed my life. So much so, that I find it very hard to do my business away from home, unless I’m able to shower afterwards. Today, I hardly understand why everyone doesn’t use one, nor why they’re not standard in public restrooms. An acquaintance of mine said he didn’t want anything up his butt, as if the bidet would somehow cause or constitute homosexuality. But surely everyone can’t be that stupid right? And everyone likes a clean butt, right? So what gives?

    Sorry this is supposed to be a product review, not a recruitment meeting for the bidet club. Anyway this bidet is fantastic. It’s my third bidet but the first from Luxe. Installation was a breeze, but I give a C- to the included plastic wrench. First of all, it bends and pops off the connectors once they start to get snug, so you can’t really tighten them to the required tension. This could lead to disaster once you turn the water source back on. Second, the included wrench only fits the connectors that connect the hose to bidet and the hose to the T-connector. That means you still need another wrench to connect the T-connector to the toilet, and the water source to the T-connector. So why bother including a wrench in the first place, especially if it’s garbage and worthless?

    Other than that, everything else is high quality. It fits perfectly on my toilet. I have a plastic flexible seat, so I have no issue with the added height at the back of the seat. The nozzle is positioned right on the bulls-eye. For some reason I couldn’t get my previous bidet to line up right, and had to do the boot scoot boogie to get clean. I like the self cleaning mode and the splash guard. Things can and do get messy sometimes, and both those features are welcome and necessary.

    If I had to make one criticism it would be that the controls do not stick out as much as I would like. I’m not the smallest of men, but I wouldn’t say I was very wide in the hips either. Nevertheless, the controls are partially obstructed by my thigh. People with a more ample lower body may find this pretty annoying.

    All in all I give this bidet 5 stars, as none of its flaws warrant a penalty, and because it does exactly what I need it to do, and it does it well. Wash your butts America!

  4. 5 out of 5


    I really wanted this to work but it just does not. The quality of the product is decent. And customer service was very good. It’s built well and it installs fairly easily. Though I needed a special adapter for my particular toilet. The problem is the thing does not squirt in the right direction ( and there’s no way to adjust ) and I find myself having to move all around to get it to go where it needs to go. As far as women are concerned my wife made a great point that it just seems to move a lot of stuff around down there and she feels the risk of infection is pretty high. Unfortunately this thing is coming off And going in the trash I think if you want a good bidet experience you need to spend more money.

  5. 5 out of 5


    I have been using thiis Luxe Neo 120 for about a year and a half and it has worked great. Recently, it developed a leak while using the nozzle wash cycle.

    I contacted Luxe by email and they responded the same day. They asked for a photograph and description of the leak, which I sent to them. The next day they ordered a replacement for me, which I should have in a few days. Since the item was still under warranty, there would be no charge to me. Because of the outstanding customer service and the extended warranty, I am giving Luxe Neo120 5 stars, in spite of it developing a leak. It is a refreshing change to see a company stand behind its products like this.

  6. 5 out of 5


    I read one review where the person said the 120 model lacked the water pressure of the 110 model they had owned previously. All I can say is they must be a freak. Mine can hit the wall in the shower across the room. No lack of pressure here.
    Other people said the pressure was too strong on their delicate area. All you have to do is turn the water valve on the toilet DOWN. It will take a little longer to fill the toilet after you flush but the bidet pressure will decrease.
    A few said they had leaks. Well, if you don’t know anything about plumbing maybe you shouldn’t mess with it. BTW, the little white tape that is included is Teflon tape and you need to wrap the metal fittings with it or they will leak. It doesn’t tell you to do that in the installation instructions but anyone who has done even a little plumbing or watched a how-to video or read a book on plumbing will know.
    Seriously, before you write a review saying something is crap, make sure you are not the crap in the equation.

  7. 5 out of 5


    Let me just start out by saying that this sat around my house for MONTHS prior to installation because I thought that it would take an hour or so to install and I thought I may run into plumbing/compatibility issues. I really hadn’t looked at the parts or installation guide but I didn’t have time because I am a single mom of four children and I work more than full time with my own business.

    Now let me say that I could not have been more wrong! It took one adjustable wrench and about 3 minutes (with the exception of the time it took to clean around my toilet seat screws). It was just unscrewing a couple of existing connections and adding a tee with one more connection into the mix.

    I debated on whether to give this four or five stars because there is one big issue; however, it is not with the product itself but with the ice-cold water temperature we have here in Michigan during the winter. I probably would have opted for the warm water version if I had the hot water connection a bit closer but, honestly, we got used to the cold. After all…it only took seconds until numbness set in. 😉

    There was a rather comical problem when I first tried to turn it on. I couldn’t figure out why the water was shooting straight down into the bowl (no, I didn’t read the directions). After a few tries, I realized it was on “nozzle cleaning” mode so I switched it to the “on” position. Let me just say that its a good thing I was off to the side or my eyeball may have been taken out! When testing this thing, it would be a good idea to either be sitting on the bowl or have your hand over the nozzle area. I have attached a photo for reference. Oh, and by the way, the photo shows it on the lowest setting.

    We have had this installed for a few weeks now and it has worked flawlessly since installation.

  8. 5 out of 5


    Best drinking fountain ive ever used. Buy this now.

  9. 5 out of 5


    Ordered this about a month ago and finally installed it today – don’t know why I waited – this is one of the best purchases I’ve ever made!!!

    It takes a try or two to figure out how to use it (to adjust the “aim”) but let me tell you – you will never want to use a regular toilet again. Talk about feeling clean and fresh – no more smearing poop (or pee) around and having to wait until the next shower to feel fresh! You will feel clean every time you use the toilet!

    Also, since you are essentially only “drying” and not using yards (and yards) of toilet paper to wipe away poop, I suspect your toilet paper supply will last a lot longer and your toilet will get clogged less often.

    I’ve invited the relatives to come by and try it out – I’ll update soon with their reviews.

    Update May 26, 2018:
    My teenage son seems to like using it. He has “his” bathroom” downstairs, but now uses the upstairs bathroom to “take care of business”. Glad to know he’s committed to good hygiene at a young age.

    I had to teach the hub how to use it properly. He commented that he was still using the same amount of toilet paper since we installed the bidet because he was wiping first, then rinsing. I created a bidet “how-to” instruction manual, which clearly explains that one must rinse first, then check/dry with toilet paper and rinse/check again as necessary. I think he has caught on by now.

    I put out the invite to the relatives, but still waiting for them to come by and try it.

  10. 5 out of 5


    This was the first time I’d used a bidet and this one is awesome! I waited a few months after installation to write a review so that I’d have an informed opinion. I highly recommend this bidet for anyone. I’d read a lot about the benefits of using a bidet, so when I’d decided to buy one, I did a lot of research and the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 seemed to be the best value and most of the reviews were positive.

    It didn’t take long to install, and previous reviews have pretty detailed instructions. Some of the most important advice is:
    *Use plumbers tape for EVERY threaded surface.
    *Have a bucket ready to catch extra water from your tank when you hook up to the water supply – there is always some water left after you’ve emptied out your tank.
    *Test fit every piece before you begin the install so you have a good idea how to put it together.
    *When you use it for the first time, begin on the lowest power setting – or even halfway to the lowest power setting, just to be safe.

    You will like using the bidet so much that it’ll feel wrong when you have to use the bathroom someplace else.

    **Female specific – using the bidet during the menstrual cycle is amazing. All you have to do is scooch back a little to get the spray where you need it to be, and cleanup is a cinch. You’ll use fewer menstrual products because you’ll be able to clean up so well. If you use a menstrual cup, you’ll wonder how you ever got long without the bidet – I’m serious here.

    The company offered me a bidet in return for reviewing their product, but I’d already purchased two of them before being contacted and was thoroughly impressed. Honestly, I recommended this product to friends and family almost as soon as I installed my first one. It is awesome.

    (The video I took to demonstrate the bidet starts slow because I’m trying to figure out how to hold my phone to video it, hold a bowl to catch the stream of water and also turn on the bidet. I finally realized I was just going to get wet and I put the bowl down.)

  11. 5 out of 5


    Speaking as a hirsute gentleman, the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 has soured me on pooping in bidet-less toilets forever. It’s shown me the difference between rubbing peanut butter out of shag carpeting with a paper towel, and that sparkling clean feeling you get right when you step out of the shower.

    The unit took me all of about 10 minutes to install on my existing toilet with only a wrench. The easy-to-control flow valve allows you to provide just the right amount of water pressure for a full range of cleaning, from “gentle trickling stream” to “full-on ‘Silkwood’ decontamination”, ensuring the end of your bowel movement leaves you feeling cleaner and more refreshed than using just toilet paper alone. Even flush-able wet wipes pale in comparison.

  12. 4 out of 5


    If your toilet is not located near a hot water line (sink) than the cold water bidet will be a better choice. I have good and bad to say about my installation experience. For the most part this product is made well and functions perfectly. The spray jet is self cleaning but fixed (nonadjustable). On the bright side the jet aims right on target. The included cold water line adapter is not strong. if you fear children may tamper with the cold water supply line. I recommend upgrading it to the Luxe Metal T-adapter with Shut-off Valve, 3-way Tee Connector, Chrome Finish, for Luxe Neo Bidets. Please look at the included before and after pictures. I didn’t notice or know that my existing toilet seat would affect the installation. Learn from my experience and make sure the underside of your toilet seat is flat all away across. I had to cut away a large section of the toilet seat to make it fit. Obviously it would be smarter, faster and more attractive to replace the toilet seat. I have done the math and in six months. The money I am saving in toilet paper will pay for this bidet. Lastly many of these bolt in place bidets are improperly reviewed. The control knob assembly is not a handle. Don’t use this platform as a way to push or lift yourself off of the toilet. Don’t be surprised you will snap and break it off.

  13. 5 out of 5


    I had never really thought much about the idea of using a bidet.
    Sure, it seemed sanitary, but I had my wet-wipes, and all was good in the bathroom…or so I thought.
    After hitting 40, my *ahem* butt just wasn’t staying comfortable using traditional methods of cleaning.
    Even the softest toilet paper began feeling like sandpaper on days where I had to use the bathroom more than once.
    THEN, to compound the issue…I saw an episode of “Adam Ruins Everything” (great show btw), where he goes into great detail about how terrible even so-called “flushable” wipes are for sewage.
    That settled it…I was getting a bidet…THIS bidet to be exact.
    Then…everything changed…for the better!
    For the small price of this bidet, I’ve had a HUGE improvement in quality of life.
    It took about 5 minutes to install…maybe 10 if you don’t have all your stuff out of the packaging yet.
    It’s really that easy to install. Incredible.
    Will you NEVER use toilet paper again?
    No…you will use some to dry, but seriously nothing close to what you would use without the bidet. Will you NEVER use wet wipes again?
    CORECT! Say goodbye to expensive wet wipes…avoiding future costly plumbing problems.
    On top of that, my once-sensitive arse now not only feels squeaky clean, but is back to 30 year old health!
    On top of that, my hard to convince wife also loves it.

    Do yourself, and your plumbing (body and home) a favor, and consider adding a bidet.
    I intend to put another in our other two bathrooms.

    Trust me…it’s really THAT good.

  14. 5 out of 5


    I’ve installed all kinds of bidets over the years, including previous models from this same manufacturer. This seems to be their best model yet.

    The unit is stylish and comes with everything you need. Installation is a total breeze and does not require the removal of your water supply valve (those who are not into plumbing will attest to the pain it can be to properly install compression fittings.)

    To install the unit, all you have to do is remove your toilet seat, align the unit holes to the seat holes, put the seat on top of it and then tighten the plastic screws. Then, turn off the water supply valve and flush. Remove the braided water supply hose and replace it with the one supplied in the product (optional.) Plug the supplied “T” to your water tank input, plug the braided hose coming from the supply valve to the “T” and use the other supplied hose to connect “T” to the Neo and you’re all set. I measured and it took me literally six minutes to install everything.

    Compared to previous versions, this product has a nicer finish. The wand (the place where the water comes out of) has a small “door” protecting it from contamination (very useful if you have boys in the house that are still working on their marksmanship). Under normal use, the pressure of the water will pull the wand down and throw water at its “target”. The unit also has a “cleaning function” that will activate the water flow without unlocking the wand. This will make water hit the “protection door” from the inside and go back to the wand, cleaning it.

    This product also seems to be “thinner” than other products from the same company, which doesn’t cause a noticeable “raised seat” effect. The water stream is also “softer” than previous versions, which is very welcome.

    In all, I think this product is worth the $15 difference over its predecessors, both for its better style and improved functionality.

  15. 5 out of 5


    So I received this extremely fast (almost a day, if I’m not mistaken) and after reading all the reviews, I assumed I could do this in 20 minutes… so got to it.
    Unfortunately, due to my ineptness, this lasted a solid 4 hours. Attaching the actual bidet to the toilet is the easiest part, and surely the rest of the work is easy too (attaching it to the main water pipe/tube). However, I had a serious case of the leaks (the toilet, not me) and nothing I tried would stop it from leaking (again, the toilet. Not me).

    Literally. Hours. Hours of me trying to figure out how to stop the leaks. Finally I had to call maintenance (from my apartment complex) who had to replace one of the parts from my toilet bowl and the original water pipe in the bathroom since I managed to screw up a few of the toilet’s features with me trying to use strength to stop leaks; and he helped me attach the bidet to the new water tube. I’m attributing this to my lack of experience and not the product itself.

    As far as the bidet’s use: love-hate relationship, but in a good way. I’m used to using “poop-guns” my whole life (i don’t know what the professional term for it is), and I didn’t think the bidet to be any different. Using it is easy, but feeling it against your backside for the first time is sure to make you feel weird. It took a second to get used to and the extremely cold water in my bathroom does not help (I can’t do anything about that though). However, it’s 100000 times better than using toilet paper (take it from someone who hates living in the U.S. only because the majority of Americans are too in love with the idea of using toilet paper to wipe dry dirt), it’s fast, and it didn’t really make a mess!

    – Took me a WHILE to attach, but mainly due to my inability
    – The water feels weird at first and it takes some time to get used to
    – Installation of the actual bidet on your toilet was extremely easy
    – Seems durable, and operating it is easy
    – Your backside is finally going to be clean.

  16. 5 out of 5


    We purchased this bidet after purchasing two from a competitor. Twice now, on the competing bidet’s, the white plastic water supply line from the bottom of the tank to the bidet unit failed, causing leaks and some damage. This bidet has a braided stainless steel line in this role, which is highly unlikely to split and is therefore a much safer design!

    As you might guess, our water pressure is very high, which no doubt contributed to the failure of the competing products. The one down side to this bidet is that it does not modulate the pressure very well. On the other bidet’s we used on the third stop or click from off. These bidet’s deliver a very high pressure blast on the lowest stop or click. To some extend this pressure can be reduced by turning the back knob about half way to the “cleaning” setting.

    The inconvenience (and shock) of the high pressure blast of cold water is better than failure and leaks produced by the competition.

  17. 5 out of 5


    I have to say, I was skeptical at first, mostly because I always assumed that a “Bidet” was made for a woman’s use. I had no idea that they’re also used to clean rectums…which, of course, belong to both sexes. It was actually my brother who sold me on trying one after he’d done so himself, and after installing it myself, (which really is pretty quick and easy), I was blown away the very first time I used it.

    If you’re one of those people that use wayyyy too much toilet paper and wipes because you can’t ever seem to get clean enough, this device will be a pleasant surprise. The rinse from the water does most of the cleaning for you. You’ll hardly need any toilet paper at all afterwards, other than to dry off. No rubbing your skin raw anymore trying to get clean.

    I can’t recommend this product highly enough. Just try it. You’ll love it. Yes, it’s cold water that washes you off, but you feel totally refreshed afterwards, and extremely clean and pain free.

  18. 5 out of 5


    This is the ORIGINAL Vanity Planet! The batteries mine came with were running out, so the first time I used it, it kept dying on me. Since I changed the batteries, it works like a dream! The brushes are very soft and very good for both sensitive and acne prone skin. I highly recommend this product if you’re looking for a nice system to clean your face.

  19. 5 out of 5


    Simply put… this thing is awesome. Why wouldn’t you give your tush the gift of constant freshness? After using this a few times you’ll wonder how you were ever satisfied with using a paper towel to clean hummus out of shag carpeting! It provides settings from “gentle stream in the woods” (level 1) to “full CDC hot-zone decontamination protocol” (level 3 or 4) to a water lance that will do the detailed engraving into your granite headstone after you accidentally turned it to full power and shot water through your body and into your brain (level 5). Plus it’s easy to install and looks really nice.

    Several of our friends were intrigued and wanted to try it out. We advised them to turn up the power gradually as we didn’t want to have to file a medical claim with our homeowner’s insurance for an urgent care visit and had a pleasant experience. One friend didn’t believe us and wanted to test it. He said he got it up to level 4. After several seconds of yelping that could be heard across the land he wasn’t completely traumatized and ordered one the next day. I have since helped him install one in his house. He named it Lance. A couple of smarter and non-daredevil-ish friends have said they’ll also be ordering one as well. Gone are the days of needing to take a full shower after Indian food inspired bathroom catastrophes! Ain’t nobody got time for that.

  20. 5 out of 5


    So, you’re reading a bidet review. Don’t worry..do like me, and tell yourself “hey, I’m a free thinker who isn’t ashamed to try a weird product,” rather than “ok, this is yet another indignity middle-aged life is throwing my way.” I’ve had this thing installed for a few days, and here are my thoughts.

    Installation: fairly simple, but if you prefer a plastic toilet seat, you may have issues. The problem is, if the seating area is narrow at the back (near the tank,) and swoops sharply to below hinge-level, the seat will end up resting on the top of the bidet spray unit. I had to try three seats before I found one that worked (the standard seat which came with my Champion 4 toilet (about 2 years old) was a perfect match for this.) This seat and bidet combo did not even require any additional seat bumpers. I’m thinking wooden seats with flat bottom profiles (when viewed from the side) would probably work fine, but may require bumpers as seen in other reviews.

    Operation: you will NEED a Luxe Metal T-adapter with Shut-off Valve, or something like it, to turn down the water pressure. And by turn down, I mean, almost turn it off. My first test run without throttling down the pressure….well, how do I describe this? Picture a fire hose, with a water pik attachment on the business end. Using cold water. Used on the last area you want focused, high pressure cold water used on. Luckily, I had ordered the adapter just because it looked good, and this whole contraption is very visible after install. With the adapter pressure turned almost all the way off, and the bidet dial to only the first “low” mark, it works fine.

    Did I mention this is in our guest bathroom? I’m looking forward to hearing the screams from the curious.

  21. 1 out of 5


    I just got this today and my girlie bits love this!
    First things first, I have the Neo 120. Very easy install. My cat supervised. Directions super easy to understand even for those not mechanically inclined. One nozzle, one temperature. Apparently I have excellent water pressure because on the “maiden voyage” I nearly blasted myself off the crystal ship and started laughing so hard I’m sure my apt. neighbor’s heard me. And that was on the LOW setting! I had concerns about the cold water, but it’s spring in NorCal and honestly, the cool water isn’t so bad. In summer I’m betting it will feel like a gift from the Gods! Ladies, you will need to adjust your seating position a smidge to get all the important parts clean. For bigger voyages be sure to “bear down” to make sure you clean all the barnacles off the hull. You should have smooth sailing from here on out.

  22. 5 out of 5


    After researching for many hours on the best bidets, with some trepidation I bought 3 of these (one for each toilet in our house). Let me say, I am SUPER happy with these. The pictures don’t do these justice, and they look and feel very nice. I was afraid they’d just be cheap plastic and have a cheap feel to them, but they feel like a permanent fixture to the toilet once installed. So that aside, let me list why I had some trepidation buying these:
    1. Cold water. I saw that some have a hot water feature, but I’m not savvy enough to run electric or run extra pipes to get to the hot water. I was afraid that cold water would be a shock to my family’s bums. Let me say, it is NOT. It’s a tad cold, but not uncomfortable at all. And my wife brought up a good point: For the short few seconds this is on, would that be long enough to get the water warm anyway? You don’t need the hot water feature.
    2. Many people were complaining about needing seat risers / bumpers to get their seats flat. I don’t have any issues. In fact, the seats on all 3 toilets feel just fine after having installed these. I guess if you have those ultra-thin seats you might have some issues. but our cheap ovular seats work just fine with no risers.
    3. I’m not super handy, so I was afraid these would be hard to install. They were NOT. I installed all 3 in about an hour, and that included a trip to the hardware store to get a new hose connector for two of the toilets because they had copper pipe running from the wall rather than the flexible hose. BUT TAKE THIS ADVICE: Install the hoses and pipe connector BEFORE putting the bidet on the toilets. It makes it a lot easier without the bidet getting in the way of reaching in back to screw in the new hoses. I learned this after the first one.
    4. I was afraid the water pressure would be too high or too minimal. My fears were unfounded. At the lowest setting you can get a good clean. At the highest you get a deeper clean, but it’s not uncomfortable. Some people complained of too powerful of a jet blast even on low settings. I don’t have that issue at all.
    5. I really like how the jet hides itself after use. When you turn the bidet on, the nozzle moves down out of the housing to spray, and when you turn it off the nozzle moves back up into its housing and out of site. Keeps it clean and tidy!

    All in all, these were a great purchase. I am VERY happy with them! Wish I had gotten them years ago!

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