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Dettoll No Touch Hand Wash System £6.50 @ Asda

£6.50 @ Asda
Bought one of these today, reduced from around £10.00, works really well!! Handwash and Batteries included!
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Bought one of these today, reduced from around £10.00, works really well!!
Handwash and Batteries included!
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1 Like #1
OOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooo Germs everywhere ! We`re all going to die from E.coli

NOT !
:)
#2
Can't see these lasting long, waste of time
Make sure you don't get bacteria on your already dirty hands before you clean them with anti bacterial soap.
I bet these didn't come to market via Dragons Den.


Edited By: lufc246 on Nov 19, 2010 18:10
#3
Pointless unless you have taps with sensors. Turning your dirty tap off with your germ-free clean hands kind of defeats the object.
banned#4
i dont get this? on a normal bottle you would squeeze some out then wash hands thus cleaning after the touching the bottle inaway so pointless
#5
DEALSALIKE
i dont get this? on a normal bottle you would squeeze some out then wash hands thus cleaning after the touching the bottle inaway so pointless

Absolutely
#6
calm down!! its just a handwash!
#7
DEALSALIKE
i dont get this? on a normal bottle you would squeeze some out then wash hands thus cleaning after the touching the bottle inaway so pointless

Ive been thinking this since they bought them out, how did ppl manage years ago with just a bar of soap?? :) hot price for those who need it i suppose
#8
and last time i took a look at one they were not wall mountable so on most sinks you have to keep moving it around with other stuff people put near the taps. It would be much better if you could have a refill that fitted in a wall mounted device.
#9
Nevertheless of what you think of the concept of this product it is a very handy tool to have, good deal.
2 Likes #10
Pointless - solves a non-existent problem
#11
don't shoot the messenger :)
#12
Just because you don’t have sensor taps doesn’t mean you have to disagree with the point of this! Maybes you’re jealous that you don’t have sensor taps? :)
#13
tobycolledge
Maybes you’re jealous that you don’t have sensor taps? :)

Lol that is something to be jealous of :)
#14
Tracey6101
tobycolledge
Maybes you’re jealous that you don’t have sensor taps? :)
Lol that is something to be jealous of :)

too right, otherwise people would see the point of this!
#15
Bought one from Asda when first introduced for £5, liked it but then found refills are £2.50 when you can buy Carex for £1. Back to Carex !
#16
Good price for this, despite opinions.
#17
Reading1800
Bought one from Asda when first introduced for £5, liked it but then found refills are £2.50 when you can buy Carex for £1. Back to Carex !

I havn't tried but you could try keeping the original container and fill it up with anything or carex when it runs out??
#18
tobycolledge
Just because you don’t have sensor taps doesn’t mean you have to disagree with the point of this! Maybes you’re jealous that you don’t have sensor taps? :)

Lol, I never even voted it cold.
#19
Hey kids, it's just soap.
Handwash is expensive soap.
This is expensive handwash (which in turn is very expensive soap).

Just because it's not quite as expensive, doesn't mean it's a good deal does it?

I have some magic beans which I'm prepared to sell on to anyone who likes this sort of deal. Only £50 instead of the usual £250 - hmmm, could be a scorcher!

Seriously though, come on - are you really that bothered about soap?!? X)
1 Like #20
How to charge £10.00 (reduced to £6.50) for less than £1 worth of soap. Reduced because they overestimated the number of mugs out there!

Aldi's soap dispenser is 59p for a big (500ml?) bottle and it's good stuff.
#21
I bought these for my kids as they couldn't use a handpump soap without getting it everywhere, works very well for that reason.......
#22
Besford
How to charge £10.00 (reduced to £6.50) for less than £1 worth of soap. Reduced because they overestimated the number of mugs out there!Aldi's soap dispenser is 59p for a big (500ml?) bottle and it's good stuff.

i don't appreciate being called a mug, at the end of the day, like i put earlier, get over it, it's soap!
#23
#24
nicoleywoley
Besford
How to charge £10.00 (reduced to £6.50) for less than £1 worth of soap. Reduced because they overestimated the number of mugs out there!Aldi's soap dispenser is 59p for a big (500ml?) bottle and it's good stuff.
i don't appreciate being called a mug, at the end of the day, like i put earlier, get over it, it's soap!

True - but what I can't get over is it's £6.50! This is HUKD, not OCD Anonymous or even Pointless Gadgets Review.

I can see a possible use to assist the disabled.

PS It's not personal - I have no idea who you are though you do seem a touch over sensitive.
PPS Link seems to be to HUKD.

Edited By: Besford on Nov 19, 2010 22:24

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