Dettol No Touch Hand Wash - £6.50 @ ASDA
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Dettol No Touch Hand Wash - £6.50 @ ASDA

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Found 12th Nov 2012
Ok, not quite as good as thelegendary Poundland deal a while back, but definitely the cheapest around . These are marked down in store from £13, and are also available at Asda online.
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Oh no .... not again !
brrrrrr!
Triumph of marketing over content, tbh.

"The germy pump" is full of antibacterial handwash that is supposed to kill ALL germs, so why would you care about touching it?
was cheaper than this in savers and bodycare a couple of weeks ago

cold
Love this thing. Great for kids who pump like crazy less waste and much less mess.
Was this ever £13? Usually the full price is about £9.99 or thereabouts, Asda were selling them on offer at £5 a while back and also had a voucher fro them in their magazine, bringing the price down to either £3 or £3.50 (can't remember if the voucher was £1.50 or £2). I still didn't buy because the refills are expensive, you still touch the tap and then have to touch again after washing, this thing needs batteries, it takes up more sink space than a normal hand wash, it needs to be kept clean, and it would be a magnet for my 2 little soap-obsessed grandddaughters whose mission when visiting is to waste as much liquid soap as possible. They would be even worse with this All in all, maybe a good buy for gadget fans but not for me.
Yep - completely pointless. Firstly you touch the pump before you wash your hands - and secondly it's use is completely negated if you haven't got "no touch" taps and a "no touch" hand drier.
Regardless of whether anyone thinks these are 'pointless' and to a certain extent I agree, the fact is that some people DO like them and DO buy them. The point of this site is about the best prices for a specific product AT THIS TIME, and AT THIS TIME this is the cheapest price you can buy this for, so for the people who DO buy this it is a hot deal . In the title itself I referred to it not being as good a deal as previous ones, but are those deals available? No, they are not. So if you spend all your time voting cold for something simply because you don't like it or it was cheaper 6 months ago, you really are missing the point aren't you.
paul29

Regardless of whether anyone thinks these are 'pointless' and to a … Regardless of whether anyone thinks these are 'pointless' and to a certain extent I agree, the fact is that some people DO like them and DO buy them. The point of this site is about the best prices for a specific product AT THIS TIME, and AT THIS TIME this is the cheapest price you can buy this for, so for the people who DO buy this it is a hot deal . In the title itself I referred to it not being as good a deal as previous ones, but are those deals available? No, they are not. So if you spend all your time voting cold for something simply because you don't like it or it was cheaper 6 months ago, you really are missing the point aren't you.



You have got me thinking about this! Surely the cheapest price for something at this time isn't necessarily a hot deal? I agree that you shouldn't vote cold because you don't personally like something - when I left my previous comment saying that I wouldn't buy it I didn't vote cold but neither did I vote hot because I don't think it's a 'hot deal'! Surely if something's more expensive then it was recently, regardless of whether it is cheapest right now, it isn't really a hot deal? I dont know what the official definition of a 'hot deal' actually is...
I agree! However it is often the case that prices do go up over time and quite simply it may be the case that the hot deal posted 6 months ago may have been a one off and is unlikely to happen again, and this is the best price you are going to get.
E.g Aldi used to do their Super six for 39p. They're now 69p, but they're still regarded as a hot deal because nobody else is doing it cheaper.
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