Bidets originated in Europe, so they caught on their far before they ever came to the United States. Possibly due to this fact, bidets are much less expensive in European countries, whereas they are a bit pricier in America. The U.S. resistance to the bidet could also be related to their sexual inhibitions, while the Europeans are a less inhibited when it comes to their private parts.
Probably cultural reasons, mixed with supply and demand. Americans don’t tend to see the need for bidets, so they are not very high in demand. This makes them more expensive, which would also hinder people from buying them. Europeans have seen them as useful for quite a while, so they have become more everyday in those areas.
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