THE PALM TP70 Travel Bidet- Portable Bidet with Longer Pointed Nozzle and Largest 450ml Capacity Water Resorvoir.

April 1, 2017 - Comment

The Palm TP-70 (375ml) is the perfect solution for when you’re on the go and you want to take the benefits of a bidet with you. No batteries are required! Simply fill the reservoir with water, point, and spray. The nozzle extends and locks for spraying and retracts back into the water reservoir for easy

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The Palm TP-70 (375ml) is the perfect solution for when you’re on the go and you want to take the benefits of a bidet with you. No batteries are required! Simply fill the reservoir with water, point, and spray. The nozzle extends and locks for spraying and retracts back into the water reservoir for easy storage. The TP-70 is small enough to store in purses, backpacks, and luggage. Recent improvements include additional holes in the nozzle for increased spray volume as well as additional reservoir capacity of up to 450ml.

Product Features

  • FILL AND USE – No power, No battery. Perfect for when you’re on the go and you want to take the benefits of a bidet with you.
  • LONGER ANGLED NOZZLE FOR EASY CLEANING – About 7.5″ angled nozzle allows easy use with minimum body movement and maximize cleaning efficiency.
  • LARGER IS BETTER ! NEW 450ML SQUEEZE BOTTLE – One of the main advantage of The Palm TP-70 is that it has two sets of five nozzle holes for stronger water pressure and a wider area of cleaning. You will clean more area in less time with TP-70 Travel Bidet. Simply fill the reservoir and squeeze!
  • CONTROLLED WATER WITH AIR LOCK – You are able to determine if you want more or less water pressure simply by only using your hands.
  • CONVENIENT CARRYING CASE INCLUDED – The TP-70 is small enough to store in purses, backpacks, and luggage.

Comments

Montanamuse says:

Bio Bidet TP-70 Travel Bidet I’ve been using it for a week. There was a little bit of a learning curve but one I got everything tightened and seated properly I have had no leakage, no dropping no leaking from the hole on the bottomed. If there is wet somewhere it does not belong it is because I have done something incorrectly. 

MooredTrekker says:

Very good squeeze bidet I have tried four different types of hand-operated bidets (Boulder Bide, which I used for more than two years), a Japanese model much like this one but too small, and a hand pump bidet that I decided I liked less than the simplicity of a squeeze model, though a hand pump model may work better for someone with arthritis or weak hands). 

Julie D Fleeman says:

I’d rather have it than not have it. I had a Total Abdominal Hysterectomy and Bilateral Salpingo Oopherectomy and exploratory surgery a few weeks ago. I had no idea how much they would have to look around my organs or run my bowel to see how far endometriosis had spread. Thankfully it had not reached my intestines and was mostly isolated so they didn’t have to do much in the way exploratory procedures. However it was still surgery and getting your body woken back up and getting your digestive system away from a sluggish pace,…

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