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Simplehuman Sensor Soap Pump £19.99 @ Argos

£19.99 @ Argos
Reduced from £24.99 These are expensive but very good - purchased one last week for £24.99, was waiting for a cheaper price to get another and here is the cheaper price already. Stand alone. …
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
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These are expensive but very good - purchased one last week for £24.99, was waiting for a cheaper price to get another and here is the cheaper price already.

Stand alone.
Automatically dispenses soap with hand movement.
Indicator light for soap activication .
20 second timer.
Volume dial for soap regulation.
Wide opening for easy refill.
Requires 4AA Batteries (not supplied).
Capacity 41.4ml (14oz).
(H)20.9 (W)7.8 (D)15cm.
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#1
always wanted one of these! Have been watching it for a while now. It was this price at Christmas too, but i've never seen it go below this. Wish they'd have a half price promotion on this!
hot from me!
#2
First time i have seen this, might have to get one. Very hygenic for the kitchen especially after cutting meats!

Heat added.
#3
this looks great...just ordered one. do u just buy these little soap dispensers from the supermarket and decant it, or can the soap be bought in larger containers for it? Many thanks...heat added
#4
karagh
this looks great...just ordered one. do u just buy these little soap dispensers from the supermarket and decant it, or can the soap be bought in larger containers for it? Many thanks...heat added


Can't you just add your normal hand wash to it?
#5
Yes you can. It also has an adjustment feature for thin and thick soaps.
#6
looks pretty cool
#7
OR - here's a really crazy idea... get up off your lazy excuse for a backside and press the button yourself. Sounds too much like hard work for most of you I'm sure, but I'll save myself some money and go the extra mile by using my brain.

Voted freezing from me.
#8
Toilet Paper Folder & Dispenser Prototype

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTsXlTKaFq0

[COLOR="Purple"]Made out of lego[/COLOR]
#9
This looks quite good.

But how much soap comes out?
If you put keep your hand under there.... does the soap keep coming out?
Or if you move your hand away fast does it drip all over the place?
#10
How many bars of soap can you buy for twenty quid?

Cue somebody with the mad opinion that bars of soap are unhygienic:p

A hot deal for the terminally gullible though :thumbsup:
#11
How about saving £19.99 and not bothering with such useless tosh???
#12
samc
OR - here's a really crazy idea... get up off your lazy excuse for a backside and press the button yourself. Sounds too much like hard work for most of you I'm sure, but I'll save myself some money and go the extra mile by using my brain.

Voted freezing from me.


The point isn't to save effort - its for hygiene. If you've just touched raw meat, chances are its on both your hands. If you touch the top of the soap dispenser, that leaves the germs nicely on there for next time. With a contactless one, you don't get the same problem. Hot from me - wish it was a fiver cheaper tho...
#13
samc
OR - here's a really crazy idea... get up off your lazy excuse for a backside and press the button yourself. Sounds too much like hard work for most of you I'm sure, but I'll save myself some money and go the extra mile by using my brain.

Voted freezing from me.


Sounds like you are not using yours, doesn't come with a remote so you'd be up off your backside already :-D
#14
samc;4890003
OR - here's a really crazy idea... get up off your lazy excuse for a backside and press the button yourself. Sounds too much like hard work for most of you I'm sure, but I'll save myself some money and go the extra mile by using my brain.

Voted freezing from me.

I agree , simple just use your wrist and press for soap if you have been cutting meat etc....... waste of £20!
#16
samc;4890003
OR - here's a really crazy idea... get up off your lazy excuse for a backside and press the button yourself. Sounds too much like hard work for most of you I'm sure, but I'll save myself some money and go the extra mile by using my brain.

Voted freezing from me.


Calm down lol!
NO need to go insulting people?
This works for hygiene reasons too. Less risk of Salmonella etc.

Maybe you could try using your obviously Very Big Brain and read things before you state your very informed opinion :)
#17
karagh
this looks great...just ordered one. do u just buy these little soap dispensers from the supermarket and decant it, or can the soap be bought in larger containers for it? Many thanks...heat added

You can fill it with any liquid soap that you like.
1 Like #18
Even if you do get germs on the top of a regular soap dispenser, anyone touching it is about to wash their hands anyway.
#19
Babylove
This looks quite good.

But how much soap comes out?
If you put keep your hand under there.... does the soap keep coming out?
Or if you move your hand away fast does it drip all over the place?


A measured amount is dispensed and then it stops how ever long you keep your hand under it.
The amount can be any one of four settings.
It does not drip.
#20
Oooo i'd buy this just because its a cool idea:thumbsup:
#21
Kerch
Even if you do get germs on the top of a regular soap dispenser, anyone touching it is about to wash their hands anyway.


Though that may be true to a certain extent, you cannot guarantee that people wash their hands properly in the first place, most people do not. This is about stopped the spread of bacteria, and speaking as a medical student, it makes sense and isnt about people being lazy. Its being rolled out in hospitals for the same reason. Whether you need that level of infection precautions in the home is another point however.
#22
Jeezeypeeps
[snip]

Cue somebody with the mad opinion that bars of soap are unhygienic:p

A hot deal for the terminally gullible though :thumbsup:


"Bar soap can hold the residue of waste matter and bacteria from the previous user"
well ermm that's what they say! http://www.aromacaring.co.uk/hand_washing.htm
#23
cool idea but think its ugly looking so would want it by the side of my sink..just my opinion tho:thinking:
#24
A few germs never hurt anyone. I've never had any nasty bugs off my bottle of carex!!
#25
Voted hot from me, my sister has already got one & I thought it was a rubbish idea until I actually had a go with it. It dispenses a nice amount of soap without it being wasteful, looks nice & modern & is a practical item for little ones to use too.
#26
DubDriver
"Bar soap can hold the residue of waste matter and bacteria from the previous user"
well ermm that's what they say! http://www.aromacaring.co.uk/hand_washing.htm


ROFLMAO :)

Run for your lives, the germs are everywhere...!!!!
#27
A-n-d-y
I agree , simple just use your wrist and press for soap if you have been cutting meat etc....... waste of £20!



AGREED. What is it they say?... A fool and their money are easliy parted? :-D
#28
Babylove
This looks quite good.

But how much soap comes out?
If you put keep your hand under there.... does the soap keep coming out?
Or if you move your hand away fast does it drip all over the place?


quite a generous amount of soap is dispensed, and i found with ours, the blimmin thing kept on dripping and makes a weird 'whirring' sound when its releasing the soap..
i didn't like it, and took it back.
would definately not buy again
#29
Looks a little bit ugly if you ask me. Might make one's bathroom look a little cheap and tacky?
#30
Fine if you've got £20 burning a hole in your pocket.
A very luxury item!
#31
samc;4890003
OR - here's a really crazy idea... get up off your lazy excuse for a backside and press the button yourself. Sounds too much like hard work for most of you I'm sure, but I'll save myself some money and go the extra mile by using my brain.

Voted freezing from me.


Well said! You would have thought anyone so lethargic to press a plunger wouldn't be able to afford the £20 for this as they must spend so much on fast food!

Stone cold from me!
#32
DubDriver;4890308
"Bar soap can hold the residue of waste matter and bacteria from the previous user"
well ermm that's what they say! http://www.aromacaring.co.uk/hand_washing.htm


My grandparents never heard of soap dispensers. I'm surprised they managed to survive long enough to concieve my parents!

Get a life, a few germs are good for you!
banned#33
never had one and aint dead yet, neither have we suffered food poisoning or anything like that, managed all these years without one so think i can manage a few more, but for those who like gadgets its a good price
#34
shareef;4890282
Whether you need that level of infection precautions in the home is another point however.
Indeed - isn't the result just that your children get asthma because their immune systems don't develop properly?
#35
I'm confused.. does this also come with a sensor to turn the tap on, if not, where's the hygene improvement?:?
#36
pipehippy
I'm confused.. does this also come with a sensor to turn the tap on, if not, where's the hygene improvement?:?


Exactly.

You'd have to fill the sink first after touching the dirty taps, then turn the tap off, then use the dispenser for soap, then remove the plug.
#37
Get over it guys. It's a cool gadget that's all . If you don't want to buy it - fine.
Everyday we all use things that are not strictly necessary . Live and let live, I say.
#38
vishy01234
Looks a little bit ugly if you ask me. Might make one's bathroom look a little cheap and tacky?


If someone is prepared to waste £19.99 on this then I would argue that the end of your sentence should be:

vishy01234
look a little cheaper and tackier?
#39
what a big, ugly piece of equipment.....useful, but as tacky as hell.
#40
People must be seriously unhygienic or not cook food properly to catch all these nasty diseases off chicken and what not. I handle it then wipe my hands on my apron or jeans and carry on, no big deal, not caught a single thing, never been ill from food, in the last 2 years ive not even had a cold :S

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