Bidoo is the first portable bidet that can be used everywhere: it disassembles into two small pieces and can be comfortably carried in your bag or trouser pockets.
A simple but (potentially) brilliant idea: the portable bidet. Bidoo is the first device for intimate hygiene that can be used everywhere, in rooms but also in the open air. Three designers from Singapore – Murat Ursavas, Meryem Chin and Ahmad Imtiaj – have worked almost 1 year to perfect the prototype. It is a very simple device composed of a small plastic tank and a water spray nozzle which, thanks to its particular angle, is very effective for cleaning the lower parts. The original aspect of Bidoo is that the nozzle can be detached and attached even on normal plastic bottles. In this way, you can take the portable bidet with you (in your bag or jacket and trouser pocket) without attracting prying eyes or embarrassing comments.
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How the portable bidet works
In the crowdfunding campaign launched on Indiegogo, the authors of the project explain that “automatic bidets are annoying to load, and manual bidets are simply not portable enough, with their long nozzles and large bottles. The smaller ones aren’t ergonomic enough to squeeze and aim with ease. Many of them leak if there is water in them. We simply couldn’t find the right one. Our Bidoo™ Nozzle, on the other hand, fits the most common PET bottles so you can use most of the water bottles available in your bag without compromising on space. We spent months researching and testing the best materials, bottle shapes and nozzle lengths… even down to the spray angle, so that the comfort is maximised throughout the entire washing experience. Available in pink, water green and grey, Bidoo can be booked online at a cost of 30 euros for 2 pieces: shipments will start next December.
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