Dettol No Touch Handwash System - half price (£4.99)@Superdrug - HotUKDeals
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I know it's not the best deal that's been listed for this in the last year, but it seems to be the best deal for them now...

Hope it helps someone

Helps stop the spread of bacteria.

Kills 99.9% of Bacteria.

Automatically senses your hands.
No drip, no mess.
Contains moisturising ingredients.

Easy and convenient to use, the Dettol No-Touch Hand Wash System helps to encourage good hand hygiene habits.
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#1
and you can fill it with a normal priced liquid soap after it has run out, rather than be ripped off with the ridiculous prices they are charging for a refill
#2
Great deal heat added, paid full price before Xmas for a present

great device mum loves it
1 Like #3
Word of advice - not recommended if you have a cat who likes to wander around the bathroom.
#4
remember you will need batteries as well,
#5
Is this instore as well or is this deal just online?
5 Likes #6
I don't really understand the need for a no-touch soap dispenser. I don't worry about picking up germs from the soap dispenser 'cos now my hands covered in soap so I can wash them off. Shame I pick up the germs that were on my hands before I started when I switch the tap off (the one I just switched on with dirty hands before I washed 'em) and then I get germs off the door handle when I leave the room (why do bathroom doors always open inwards? I've been in public toilets that have no-touch soap dispensers, no-touch taps and no-touch hand-driers which is great until some bloke walks out without washing his hands and the only way out it to open the door using the same handle he just used!).

OK, rant over. It is a pretty cool soap dispenser and not too bad a price if it can be refilled with any liquid soap.
#7
The best thing about this is the fact that it lives near water and the battery terminals rust because there is no seal! Epic design fail!
#8
inicholson
I don't really understand the need for a no-touch soap dispenser. I don't worry about picking up germs from the soap dispenser 'cos now my hands covered in soap so I can wash them off. Shame I pick up the germs that were on my hands before I started when I switch the tap off (the one I just switched on with dirty hands before I washed 'em) and then I get germs off the door handle when I leave the room (why do bathroom doors always open inwards? I've been in public toilets that have no-touch soap dispensers, no-touch taps and no-touch hand-driers which is great until some bloke walks out without washing his hands and the only way out it to open the door using the same handle he just used!).

OK, rant over. It is a pretty cool soap dispenser and not too bad a price if it can be refilled with any liquid soap.


that's what I never understood about this product when I saw it on TV makes no sense. However its a nice novelty I suppose.
#9
I laughed at my wife when she bought one of these. But in truth I really like it and wouldn't want to be without one. Surprisingly good.
#10
THE GAFFER
remember you will need batteries as well,
you get batteries with it
#11
i got one when tey came out still working great but be careful where you place it as its easy to trigger it by accident. might pick up another for the bathroom.
#12
We got 2 the other month and I love them!
1 Like #13
wtf...you wash your hands after you dispense the soap on your hands....why would you need an automated version of that, seems like a silly idea.
#14
inicholson
Shame I pick up the germs that were on my hands before I started when I switch the tap off (the one I just switched on with dirty hands before I washed 'em) and then I get germs off the door handle when I leave the room

Ive always wondered the same!
1 Like #15
katya1971
i got one when tey came out still working great but be careful where you place it as its easy to trigger it by accident. might pick up another for the bathroom.


where's your first one? ... bedroom? What've you filled it with?? :D

Edited By: k9plus1 on Jan 09, 2011 00:10
#16
Yeah, this is crap really. Especially considering how easy it is to use a normal soap dispenser. The taps are the things that will get covered in the most germs - get automated taps if you're that worried. The fact this kills 99.9% of bacteria surely means it kind of means its actually completely pointless to automate it anyway.
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suspended#18
LOL, the manufactureres and advertisers are playing a blinder with all this anti-bacteria stuff.

One advert even tells you that it kills 99% of bacteria so leaving 1% and then tells you inthe next breath that bacteria multiply at an alarming rate of millions a minute or something like that so really, you are fighting a losing battle.
1 Like #19
bma1445
Word of advice - not recommended if you have a cat who likes to wander around the bathroom.
Why not then use the cat as a loofer then both of you get clean???
#20
for all those who are wondering wats the use of non touch dispensors............not all germs killed by mere washing ,somebody in ur family might have a contagoius disease and might transfer it to you through door handle or touch dispensors or anything ........hence every drop of effort counts
very useful in kitchen when u want to cook healthy food .good deal i must say.
2 Likes #21
My dad is handicapped and can't use his left arm. so this product is awesome.


shame on anyone who badmouths something because it's no use to them.
banned#22
£3.00 POSTAGE TOO!!!!! but still ok and you can use the 10% off and 9% quidco :)

Edited By: ebybrit on Jan 09, 2011 01:17
1 Like #23
bma1445
Word of advice - not recommended if you have a cat who likes to wander around the bathroom.


+1 to this.

Our kitten realised she could make it work and one day she did so until it was half empty. What she didn't quite realise is that sometimes it must have been dripping on >her< because when I went to stop her she was covered in handwash.
#24
j1222
My dad is handicapped and can't use his left arm. so this product is awesome.


shame on anyone who badmouths something because it's no use to them.

I don't think anyone would badmouth it for a use such as that. It's more the fact it's a crap scaremongering type product. For what it's supposed to be for, it's absolutely pointless. Like I said, you'd need automated taps to even start to avoid the spread of germs.
#25
richohone
j1222
My dad is handicapped and can't use his left arm. so this product is awesome.


shame on anyone who badmouths something because it's no use to them.

I don't think anyone would badmouth it for a use such as that. It's more the fact it's a crap scaremongering type product. For what it's supposed to be for, it's absolutely pointless. Like I said, you'd need automated taps to even start to avoid the spread of germs.


+1 to the automated taps comment.

Our one is broken and in the skip now. My now disabled mother has a handicapped arm and even so she didn't get on with this. I quite liked it - the smell of the cucumber soap is really nice and a little soap goes a long way. But the refills are expensive and eventually the unit broke and we haven't replaced it.

I wish they did the soap separately.
#26
Most useless pile of **** ever! so you put the tap on with germs on your had avoid getting germs on the soap dispenser was hand then touch germ covered tap. Stick with a bar of soap and save some money :)
#27
rubbish, my kids finished it off in a few days, after that it went batty, everytime dispensing 3-4 times, the other refill lasted only 2 -3 days so i gave up and switched it off.
#28
Daft idea - no safer than normal handwash as wish normal one you wash hands after dispensing and don't touch dispenser again - no safer - just more costly.
#29
i bought one when they 1st come out to encourage my child to wash his hands. it has and its still working fine,and ive filled it with normal liquid soap too no problems. still on the batteries that came with it too
#30
bought it last time, one for bathroom one for the kitchen, batteries still working, i do not buy refills, as I refill it myself, save £
#31
we have 3 and think it's a great product. Little kids couldn't use a pump dispenser but they can use this every time now with ease. Wouldn't be without them!
#32
If you go on the Dettol handwash website you can print a £3 money off voucher for this product !!!!!!!!!
#33
Daft idea - no safer than normal handwash as wish normal one you wash hands after dispensing and don't touch dispenser again - no safer - just more costly.
agree - well done dettol,you've herded the sheep well. nearly as good as apple.
2 Likes #34
j1222
My dad is handicapped and can't use his left arm. so this product is awesome.


shame on anyone who badmouths something because it's no use to them.


Up until this post I agreed with everyone else that this seems like a pointless novelty, but I think had it been promoted for people with limited mobility then I would have had more respect for the product. I still say that for it's intended purpose (reducing germs) it's pointless, but for this situation it actually makes sense.
1 Like #35
For ost people it's a pointless novelty marketed by scaremongering. If someone else in your family has a contagious disease that you might catch from the soap dispenser then you better fit separate doorhandles for them!

I appreciate it's a fantastic device for those with one hand and pointless novelties are a great way to encourage children (and some adults) to wash their hands (I bough one of those frog things that vomits foam out of its mouth when my kids were younger and they loved it - it could be cheaply refilled with any liquid soap watered down slightly which saved on waste too).

But stopping us laughing at a (largely) pointless novelty just because you've found a use for it or like it (I kinda like it too and am almost tempted!) is just being miserable. We're not laughing at disabled people or children we're laughing at designers who haven't really though their product through and marketing that's trying to scare people in order to make money.

On the issue of inwards opening doors: a friend of mine who trained as a nurse in the US was taught that after washing she should open the door using the paper towel she just dried her hands with, jam her foot in the door to hold it open and then drop the towel in the bin (or throw it if the idiot interior designer put the bin at the other end of the room). I've never resorted to this behaviour, yet.

Also I'm baffled by those Dyson airblade driers which claim to be the most hygenic - I find them impossible to use without bumping your hand on the sides which makes me wonder how hygenic they really are.
#36
this is just rubbish...why pay for no touch thing, just clean damn pump and no bacteria.
1 Like #37
priyankasood83
for all those who are wondering wats the use of non touch dispensors............not all germs killed by mere washing ,somebody in ur family might have a contagoius disease and might transfer it to you through door handle or touch dispensors or anything ........hence every drop of effort counts
very useful in kitchen when u want to cook healthy food .good deal i must say.


Yeah and one of them might be an axe murderer so better wear armour when you're in the house!

Pure scaremongerer marketing.
#38
They had this price for long time as normal price. So it's not half price. But it is half price comparing to Boots, sainsburys.
Voted hot.
#39
socialsuzi
If you go on the Dettol handwash website you can print a £3 money off voucher for this product !!!!!!!!!
did you have a link, can't find it, thanks
#40
inicholson
I don't really understand the need for a no-touch soap dispenser. I don't worry about picking up germs from the soap dispenser 'cos now my hands covered in soap so I can wash them off. Shame I pick up the germs that were on my hands before I started when I switch the tap off (the one I just switched on with dirty hands before I washed 'em) and then I get germs off the door handle when I leave the room (why do bathroom doors always open inwards? I've been in public toilets that have no-touch soap dispensers, no-touch taps and no-touch hand-driers which is great until some bloke walks out without washing his hands and the only way out it to open the door using the same handle he just used!).OK, rant over. It is a pretty cool soap dispenser and not too bad a price if it can be refilled with any liquid soap.

Hahaha, yep, definitiely a product for the discerningly unthorough OCD nutjob!

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