Dettol No Touch  Automatic Hand-washing System With Refill + 4 AA Batteries £1 @ Poundland
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Dettol No Touch Automatic Hand-washing System With Refill + 4 AA Batteries £1 @ Poundland

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Found 8th Feb 2015
These are usually around £10 everywhere else.
Comes with 1 refill and 4 AA batteries.
For a £1 you cant go wrong.
I've had one for ages and they're fantastic!!

The OP has said that he found this in Belfast. So far as I can see, not one other person has managed to find one so far. Maybe there aren't any anywhere. Maybe even Belfast has sold out. If you should happen to find one anywhere, do let us know - they don't seem to exist any more.
- Newbold

Click on the 'Expire' button below - I'm sure the OP managed to find one of these (in Belfast), but not one single person has found one anywhere else across the entire UK. It's passed on. It is no more. It has ceased to be. It's expired and gone to meet its maker. It's a stiff, bereft of life, it rests in peace.
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177 Comments

Already got one but thats cheap.

which branch please?

Original Poster

FMJ1000

which branch please?


Belfast

I'll pop in to the local one, save me having to refill the ones I've got temporarily

Good price. I wonder if they will be stocking the refills or whether this is a ploy by Dettol to get us to buy refills from more expensive retailers in the future.

I never see the point of these as after touching a germy hand pump, I tend to wash my hands soon afterwards.

Thats super cheap!!!!

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vernon_bennett

I never see the point of these as after touching a germy hand pump, I … I never see the point of these as after touching a germy hand pump, I tend to wash my hands soon afterwards.



Its touch free

back to poundland. just came back home. glad free parking on Sunday!

u never find 1 spend 10 pounds looking for it

Banned

LaurenJ90

CommentIts touch free



Yes. But I believe he was pointing out - and he beat me to it - that you only ever touch a handwash dispenser when you're about to wash your hands. So a non-touch one is completely pointless.

Does seem pretty pointless without a touch-free tap in your sink. Cheap though!

can you refill it with regular cheap handwash?

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anthony212

can you refill it with regular cheap handwash?



Yes. Go to YouTube. There are loads of video to show you how. I use a flat knife to prize the cap off and refill. Works fine.

I don't get entirely the point of this; if it's for the bathroom everyone does realise that to get rid of lots of toilet bugs and especially the nasty ones (norovirus.etc) you have to wash your hands thoroughly.. (in warm and soapy water!)

Those complaining about the point of these, I find these useful for young kids because a) encourages them in the first place (because it's cool perhaps), b) sometimes they struggle to stabilise the pump ones as they push down and c) gives a standardised dose.

In addition, handy in my kitchen when you've been handling raw meat etc.

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Rickardo

Those complaining about the point of these, I find these useful for young … Those complaining about the point of these, I find these useful for young kids because a) encourages them in the first place (because it's cool perhaps), b) sometimes they struggle to stabilise the pump ones as they push down and c) gives a standardised dose.In addition, handy in my kitchen when you've been handling raw meat etc.




Agreed, they are very handy for the kitchen, even just to begin washing your hands. Theres totally a point in them!

Hope they have in Derby, very useful in kitchen and bathroom thanx op heated

None in Chester le Street Poundland
Doesn't look like they've had them either

none in sunderland

techymum

CommentYes. Go to YouTube. There are loads of video to show you how. I … CommentYes. Go to YouTube. There are loads of video to show you how. I use a flat knife to prize the cap off and refill. Works fine.



Me too. Had mine for years in my kitchen. Wouldn't be without it. Looking out for more at this price though

Never in any of my local stores, but hot because you can never have enough gadgets!

These are great. The amount of times my hands have been covered in paint or sticky, oily etc - these make it so easy to get soap on my hands without getting muck all over the soap dispenser. It is not about avoiding germs etc! It is making it easier to wash your hands without spreading muck everywhere. Just hope I can get some more in my local.

Rickardo

Those complaining about the point of these, I find these useful for young … Those complaining about the point of these, I find these useful for young kids because a) encourages them in the first place (because it's cool perhaps), b) sometimes they struggle to stabilise the pump ones as they push down and c) gives a standardised dose.In addition, handy in my kitchen when you've been handling raw meat etc.



This.

Those not seeing the point obviously don't have kids ?

I completely agree though that in 'normal' circumstances i.e. adult only household, these are pretty pointless, touching the tap, door handle etc which are covered in germs, BUT any way of encouraging kids to wash there hands after toileting should be encouraged, if this works better than traditonal bar of soap, and in my case it does, then its beneficial.

Anything in newcastle?

wagamamaluva

Me too. Had mine for years in my kitchen. Wouldn't be without it. Looking … Me too. Had mine for years in my kitchen. Wouldn't be without it. Looking out for more at this price though



Some people use it for shampoo and conditioner. Not a bad idea.

Mum likes these due to her hand disabilities too.

Alternatively try putting a small blob of poo on your normal dispenser's pump. LOL. Your gunna wash your hands anyway right.

good price

Cheap because they don't last that long before they break - but good for a quid

Worth buying just for the re-fill Thanks OP

Fredsavedme

Cheap because they don't last that long before they break - but good for … Cheap because they don't last that long before they break - but good for a quid



I've had mine for at least 3 years. Only replaced batteries.

Good for a pound all-in. Beware that these eat batteries, don't work for very long, and the standard refills are £3 each.

Just out of curiosity do they have this in any other fragrance other then the horrible cucumber one?

vernon_bennett

I never see the point of these as after touching a germy hand pump, I … I never see the point of these as after touching a germy hand pump, I tend to wash my hands soon afterwards.



I never see the point of a hand pump, as no matter how frequently I wash them, they get grimy dirty greasy sticky filth building up on them that apart from being unsightly, transfers to your fingers when you use it.

So you go to wash your germ covered, but otherwise relatively dirt-free hands before making sandwiches or whatever, and spend twice as long, and use twice as much soap scrubbing your hands to get off the sticky filth you've now got on your fingers, that was left behind on the soap dispenser by the previous users.

Give me a bar of soap, or an automatic soap dispenser every time!

dmcmsn

Belfast


Castle court or Ann street?

Any in wolves?

That's why no one with any sense uses standard refills when you can buy antiseptic (or any other handwashes) for.under a £1 and just refill the Dettol dispenser from these.
Never had 2 replace any batteries on any of mine or the ones I bought the parents and probably had them a few years.
None have broken either.

wagamamaluva

I've had mine for at least 3 years. Only replaced batteries.


How often are hands washed in your house? 3 kids here so can't see it lasting 3 weeks let alone 3 years lol

had four all failed after a couple of weeks rubbish cold for me

Britain is a nation of non-hand washers! Filthy!
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