Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System at Asda  -50p
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Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System at Asda -50p

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Found 11th Jul 2011
Picked up one of these at Asda in Frome where they were marked at £5. However, there were some in a different section of the store marked at £2.50. Had the £3 off voucher mentioned in a recent post which was accepted! That's 50p off the rest of the shopping and a free dispenser!

May be store specific I guess

Voucher valid until 31/03/12
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Voucher can be had here:

planet-health-schools.co.uk/dow…pdf


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Nice. I've been trying to get one for ages, OOS everywhere I go! I'll have lost the voucher by the time I find one...
Got one from the Wrexham store yesterday and it was £5 (£2 after the voucher) so maybe store sepecific?


Martin
How long will it be before we get the usual crap about touching taps etc?
I took voucher along to the Asda in Long Eaton store on saturday & it wasn't on offer ( £10 )

Guess i should have looked in my own local Asda in Peterborough first although the offer is obviously not in every store.

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MisterQ

How long will it be before we get the usual crap about touching taps etc?



Lol, not me, but I've yet to see the refills for less than £2.69 anywhere since I bought the dispenser a year or more ago.

I had the same situation but the checkout lady wouldn't give me £0.50p off my total and said 'it doesn't make sense why should you get 50p off on top of a free dispenser' and called her supervisor who said delete the voucher and just do a manual discount of £2.50. Still a result as I got this for free.
useless, pointless and expensive after first container gets used
its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on & off using your hands in the end anyway which are used by otehr people. no touch antibac gel or foam dispensers makes sense otherwire.
mustafakemal

I had the same situation but the checkout lady wouldn't give me £0.50p … I had the same situation but the checkout lady wouldn't give me £0.50p off my total and said 'it doesn't make sense why should you get 50p off on top of a free dispenser' and called her supervisor who said delete the voucher and just do a manual discount of £2.50. Still a result as I got this for free.



I wouldn't have paid for it anyways :). Its a bit of a gimmick imho. It dispenses too much at a time and too sensitive. So it waste quite a lot.
It's a good way to get kids to always wash their hands. Although the soap that comes with these is pretty horrible and feels like you are washing your hands with slime. Hopefully can refill the dispenser easy enough with a nicer soap when it's used up.
montana78

its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on … its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on & off using your hands in the end anyway which are used by otehr people. no touch antibac gel or foam dispensers makes sense otherwire.



Use your elbows or your wrist.
darren9030

I took voucher along to the Asda in Long Eaton store on saturday & it … I took voucher along to the Asda in Long Eaton store on saturday & it wasn't on offer ( £10 ) :(Guess i should have looked in my own local Asda in Peterborough first although the offer is obviously not in every store.Heat added here



they are showing up online at £5 so you could of argued of this, i been stocking up on these as i think they are brill for £2 and got 5 now, same for the wipes and spray, got quite a few of them for 50p too.
Don't bother with the official refills, we have one of these and when the first one that came with was empty we managed to prise the top off the empty bottle. Then break the two lugs that stop you unscrewing it and refill it with any cheap soap that you can find. We usually get Cussons liquid hand wash for a £1 a time and it fills it nicely and works fine.
Aren't these vouchers now out of date?
Bought a couple a few days ago using the voucher, I don't see why people love to hate them! They're great when your hands are filthy and gooey, I was making some onion bhajis and had thick gloopy batter on my hands which is a pain as it sticks to everything, just a quick hover under the dispenser and all was fine. I don't agree about the 'germ free' crap they spout on about, but definitely handy in certain situations. And I don't know about other people but I tend to use soap before turning on the tap, so if its antibacterial the germs should be dead before touching the tap- although I couldn't care less about that. Bought more for the family and they all love them.

As for the refills, just refill it yourself! I wouldn't pay full price but for £2 or less for soap, batteries, and dispenser its silly not to vote hot!
Gem3641

Aren't these vouchers now out of date?



Nope... says it expires on the 31/03/12
Gem3641

Aren't these vouchers now out of date?



No, there is now a new voucher after the one that expired 30.06.11.
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montana78

its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on … its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on & off using your hands in the end anyway which are used by otehr people. no touch antibac gel or foam dispensers makes sense otherwire.




True
montana78

its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on … its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on & off using your hands in the end anyway which are used by otehr people. no touch antibac gel or foam dispensers makes sense otherwire.



I'm sure nobody really believes this is the be all and end all solution to germ free? Its just a part of a system.
piggy92

they are showing up online at £5 so you could of argued of this, i been … they are showing up online at £5 so you could of argued of this, i been stocking up on these as i think they are brill for £2 and got 5 now, same for the wipes and spray, got quite a few of them for 50p too.




OK thanks for that. I will check Peterborough Asda on wednesday & take an online print out with me
where do ya get these vouchers?
Taps are a "relatively speaking" genuine problem, if you have ones that you have to turn off. But as far as i'm aware, all soap dispensers, you press once...Then wash your hands! and thus my soap dispenser could be covered in all sorts of germs and it wouldn't bother me. Like someone said above, if my hands are covered in something, I use the wrist or elbow.

Hot deal though if you want one.

you can actually refill these. wedge top between a door and frame and twist. this releases the cap allowing you to refill with whatever soap you like!

mieciux

useless, pointless and expensive after first container gets used


K1664

you can actually refill these. wedge top between a door and frame and … you can actually refill these. wedge top between a door and frame and twist. this releases the cap allowing you to refill with whatever soap you like!



I put the empty container standing in boiling water for a few seconds which slightly softens the plastic and makes it easy to get the lid off & refilled it with my favourite handwash.
All this does is create ocd...
I don't understand all the fuss about not touching taps or soap dispensers; people managed for years washing their hands with a bar of soap and a normal tap without getting deadly diseases every time, what's changed?
Public places have had taps that turn themselves off for years so the last thing you do is rinse your hands and in theory it doesn't matter what you touch before that because you're washing it off straight away. And in your home you're likely to have normal taps so an automatic soap dispenser isn't going to help there.
Edited by: "parpirate" 11th Jul 2011
montana78

its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on … its a bit silly to have no touch hand wash as you have to turn the tap on & off using your hands in the end anyway which are used by otehr people. no touch antibac gel or foam dispensers makes sense otherwire.



When, oh when will they ever invent the star trek taps for reals? All we'd have to do then is stick our hands under the taps for magic instant waters.
I just avoid weeing on my hands, then i don't have to wash them! What's wrong with you people?
i dont beleive wat the op has posted, it was already discounted to 2.50 and why wud they accept a 3quid voucher and give a 50pence credit. seems dodgy.
kratos80

i dont beleive wat the op has posted, it was already discounted to 2.50 … i dont beleive wat the op has posted, it was already discounted to 2.50 and why wud they accept a 3quid voucher and give a 50pence credit. seems dodgy.



This sort of thing happens all the time, generally if you have a big shop, they'll never notice.
I live in a bubble, can someone pick me one up please?.............. dose anyone know the number for Dynorod, my drains are blocked up with posh wipes?
Edited by: "DADSCAB" 11th Jul 2011
i cant get coupon to print!!! help please!
where do you get the vouchers from .please
aarong

It's a good way to get kids to always wash their hands. Although the soap … It's a good way to get kids to always wash their hands. Although the soap that comes with these is pretty horrible and feels like you are washing your hands with slime. Hopefully can refill the dispenser easy enough with a nicer soap when it's used up.



Why do you need gimmicks to get kids to was their hands? I just tell mine if they don't wash their hands, the **** bugs will get in their belly's and they'll either puke up their **** or **** out their heads.
when i try 2 print it looks lyk its gonna but it wont, no little printer thing comes up in taskbar or anything, please advise!
/me looks at his £40 simplehuman version... whoops...
Ellis456

All this does is create ocd...


Absolute rubbish. It also creates whelpish immune-system free children that we can experiment on in the future.
A totally pointless product!
oooh i love mine. might get another one at this price. really hope my asda have the same offer
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