Slim Zero, a water powered toilet seat by Bio Bidet, Launches on Indiegogo
The eco-friendly Slim Zero Toilet Seat brings luxury features to bathrooms at an affordable price.
Crystal Lake, Illinois - Bio Bidet has launched a follow-up campaign for the Slim Zero Toilet Seat on Indiegogo with a funding goal of $10,000. The Slim Zero is an eco-friendly bathroom upgrade boasting features such as bidet functionality, slow-closing components, and an industry first: a two-stage battery powered night light.
“After the success of our first Kickstarter campaign, America proved that it was ready to move forward towards a cleaner, healthier lifestyle,” said Bio Bidet Marketing Director James Amburgey. “We wanted to design a product that was for everyone, for every home; Simple, easy to use, with plenty of features.”
With an easy DIY install, consumers can enjoy the health and hygiene benefits of bidet technology without needing to call a plumber or electrician. The Slim Zero connects to users’ existing plumbing and comes with everything needed to complete installation. Extra resources are also available, such as video walkthroughs, installation guides, and the Bio Bidet customer support team.
In addition to its easy installation, the Slim Zero is bringing more features than ever before to the water powered bidet market. It includes a dual nozzle bidet system, slow closing seat and lid, and chrome plated pressure control lever. For those late night trips to the bathroom, the Slim Zero’s soothing night light will help guide the way without disturbing sleep patterns.
Eco-friendly and affordable, the Slim Zero is currently available on Indiegogo for a discounted price of only $59. For more information, visit https://igg.me/at/slimzero.
About Bio Bidet
Located Northwest of Chicago, Bio Bidet has the clear goal of providing innovative and affordable kitchen & bath products throughout the nation. Leading the industry in technology and customer satisfaction, the Slim Zero helps users clean in comfort with an eco-friendly alternative to toilet paper. For more information about the Slim Zero or Bio Bidet, visit https://biobidet.com/.