Coway Bidet – BA13

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Coway BA13 Toilet Seat BidetThe Coway Bidet BA13 is one of our favorite toilet seat bidets, here at  We loved it so much that we made it our first “Editor’s Review“.

The Coway BA13 Premium Digital Bidet has self sterilizing twin spray nozzles, an automatic deodorizer, warm air dryer, multiple stream settings and everything else you could want in a bidet.


  • Fits most one or two piece toilets
  • Wall-mounted, wireless remote control
  • Twin stainless steel spray nozzles for front and back cleaning
  • Five nozzle positions for greater aim
  • Move function that moves the nozzles back and forth to cover more area
  • Three different water stream widths
  • Bidet water temperature and pressure adjustment
  • Aerated water for improved cleaning and 50% water savings
  • Self diagnosis function
  • Toilet seat has three temperature settings
  • Three levels of air drying temperature
  • Self-cleaning spray nozzles and manual clean function
  • Auto cleansing button to automatically clean and dry
  • Soft close hydraulic toilet seat and lid
  • Internal Silver Oxide Nano Particle treatment system
  • Instant Heating System for endless warm water
  • Automatic Active Carbon Deodorization Filter
  • Anti-bacterial plastic, nozzle and nozzle tip
  • Very easy to install
  • All Plumbing connection part included
  • One-year limited warranty

Coway BA13 Toilet Seat Bidet

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2 Comments on "Coway Bidet – BA13"

  1. Mark on Mon, 31st Jan 2011 1:43 am 

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    I currently have a stand-alone bidet, but while reorganizing the bathroom, am exploring a toilet/bidet combo.

    How does the Coway Bidet – BA13 compare to the Neorest 600?

    The reason I ask is because I’ve tried the Neorest and I am not certain I loved it, at least compared to a stand-alone.

    The wider stream available on the BA13 sounds like would be a great improvement over the “prickly” Neorest. Is it so in reality?

    I was considering the Neorest 600, but now I am wondering if the BA13 in combination with the Toto Soiree may not be a better alternative.

    Although I am not thrilled about the hardware sticking out of the seat…. Wish there was a larger choice of integrated toilets/bidets.

  2. JamieRoth on Wed, 29th Jun 2011 1:50 pm 

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    my sister has a coway. she did not recommend that i get a coway because she was not happy with hers. after the ‘initial’ pleasantries that her coway provided…yes it SEEMS great and SEEMS like it’s a better bidet than others..but here’s the thing. most people will not submit reviews for their products two years after they purchase it. most reviews are submitted right after installation. i guess coway (and coco for that matter) knew that because oddly both of their bidets seemed FINE at first but after a year, two years, then three years…they just turn into garbage. it isn’t the way we use them..goodness my sister lives alone and she is a tiny old thing and i live with my husband who, even at his roundest, never exceeds 170 lbs. we both clean the strainer regularly and we don’t have hard water…i just don’t understand why this is happening with these two bidets.

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