Winter is in full swing, and that means it’s time to crank the heat up. But what if you’re not ready to give up your toilet seat? With a heated toilet seat, you can keep those pipes from freezing while still enjoying a heated toilet seat battery operated in the winter months. These products will help you stay comfortable all season long:
Pellethead Heated Toilet Seat
The Pellethead Heated Toilet Seat is your solution to a cold winter! This battery-operated heated toilet seat is easy to install and can be used in any climate. It works with any standard toilet and comes with a remote control so you don’t have to get up when nature calls.
Bemis Heated Toilet Seat
The Bemis Heated Toilet Seat is a great option if you’re looking for an electric heated toilet seat.
This model uses 4 AAA batteries (included) to heat up to 113 degrees F, making it ideal for cold climates or just during the colder months of winter. You can use this with or without the lid down, but keep in mind that if you choose to leave it up, you won’t get as much heating power from your batteries.
It has a night light button on its backside so you don’t have to turn on any other lights when using it at night after dark. Installation is simple and straightforward—just remove your existing lid and replace it with this new one!
iBBowo Heated Toilet Seat
The iBBowo heated toilet seat is a heated toilet seat with a built-in heating element that heats up to 104 degrees F. It’s battery operated and waterproof, making it easy to clean and simple to use. The remote control allows you to adjust the temperature of the seat as well as whether or not it’s on or off. This product comes highly rated by customers who say they love that they don’t have to worry about burning themselves while sitting down and that they no longer have to put their feet up against the cold toilet bowl in order for them not to freeze during winter months.
Brondell Heated Toilet Seat
A heated toilet seat is a great way to keep your bum warm all winter long. The Brondell Swash 1000—with its remote control, heated seat and warmer water sprayer, timer, and air dryer—is one of the best in the biz. It heats up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit and has an automatic shut-off so you don’t have to remember when it’s on or off.
It uses less than 1kWh per day at full power, which means it will last for years without needing replacement batteries (and also means that even if you forget about turning it off once or twice a week during summer months when you’re not using it much). The manufacturer says that if used properly over a lifetime of 10 hours per day at full power (yikes!), this product would consume around $60 worth of electricity–but since we never leave our toilets running for ten hours straight (we hope), we can’t confirm this claim ourselves.
Our only complaint about this product is that it doesn’t have any sort of delay timer where we could set our toilet seat heater up before bedtime so that we could wake up nice and warm every morning–but then again maybe we’re just being lazy!
GoBidet Hot and Cold Temperature Spray Bidet
The GoBidet Hot and Cold Temperature Spray Bidet is a new product on the market that allows you to use your toilet seat to warm up or cool down your bottom. The unit takes advantage of state-of-the-art technology, including an infrared remote control, which allows you to program it for different settings at different times of day. It’s also portable, so if you are traveling for the holidays or visiting relatives in other cities and towns, you can take it with you!
The GoBidet Hot and Cold Temperature Spray Bidet comes with everything needed for installation (including a manual), except for water. If necessary, we recommend connecting this device directly into your existing plumbing system before installing it on top of any toilet seat equipped with built-in heating elements. Since this product does not require batteries or external power sources, there’s no need to worry about running out of juice while using it either!
Whether your toilet seat is heated or not, we hope that this article has given you some ideas on how to keep yourself warm in the winter. If you have any questions or comments about this topic, please feel free to leave them below!