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Dettol ** No Touch Handwash ** £1.99 in store with Downloadable Voucher @ Tesco
Dettol ** No Touch Handwash ** £1.99 in store with Downloadable Voucher @ Tesco

Dettol ** No Touch Handwash ** £1.99 in store with Downloadable Voucher @ Tesco

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The Dettol No Touch Handwash is half price at £4.99 in Tesco, if you download a voucher from letsplaygenerator.com/dow…pdf
for £3.00 off this makes it just £1.99.
Vouchers expires 30th June 2011 -

NEW voucher valid until 31/03/12 - £3 off again

planet-health-schools.co.uk/dow…pdf

Courtesy of knack

May the heat continue until then!
- Mikey91

212 Comments

same price in superdrug and savers and they also take the dettol vouchers. (just incase you cant get at tesco or these shops are nearer)

thanks x

Home Bargains is £4.99 too, again just incase that is closer. Not 100% if theyll take the coupon though, i have used coupons like this in there before so worth a shot.

Thanks, been looking to buy some of these for a while

actually very long lasting soap, dispenses very good soap, in a useful amount, ..has almost won me over! (cos tesco saver soap pump is grotty rubbish) ..if I go for a frequent hand wash soap then Asda's budget version lasts well & doesn't feel overly thin.

How much do the refills cost? Isn't this a con a bit like gillette razors where they give you the latest 5-blade fusion XL super-whotsit for next to nothing with one or two blades included and when these go blunt you have to re-mortgage your house to keep yourself in replacement blades?!

Banned

ive been after one of these for a while but because we go through so much-thought it wouldnt work out well! at this price, i will try

refills are usually just as expensive, usually works out cheaper to buy the whole thing again!

hot, thanks

reakt

How much do the refills cost? Isn't this a con a bit like gillette … How much do the refills cost? Isn't this a con a bit like gillette razors where they give you the latest 5-blade fusion XL super-whotsit for next to nothing with one or two blades included and when these go blunt you have to re-mortgage your house to keep yourself in replacement blades?!



Not sure about Tesco, but Home Bargains also had them for £1.49. I would imagine Tesco and the likes maybe a pound or so dearer if not on promotion.

EDIT: Had a look online. Tesco are £2.96 for the refills (full price - no promotion) Link

Edited by: "CalumH93" 9th Jun 2011

My hands are invisible to these but my cat's tails? Not so much..

Hot. Will try to get one on the way home. Thanks

Been after one of these for a while but couldnt justify the price, heat from me

you dont need to buy the expensive refills (about £3 in most places) all you do is either jimmy off the cap and refill it with your own soap (can do this with the handle end of a teaspoon) or drill a hole in the empty base of the soap container & just squeeze in your own soap. we have refilled our empty pump a couple of days ago with radox (bought tonnes on dtd). Only prob we have had is the kids dont think it smells as nice as the cucumber stuff you get in the starter pack LOL.

reakt

How much do the refills cost? Isn't this a con a bit like gillette … How much do the refills cost? Isn't this a con a bit like gillette razors where they give you the latest 5-blade fusion XL super-whotsit for next to nothing with one or two blades included and when these go blunt you have to re-mortgage your house to keep yourself in replacement blades?!


+1 this is exactly how it works!

Good anti-bacterial hand wash is about 38p to £1 for 500ml/650ml. You do your maths.
Credit crunch? I think not

i refill ours with different soap every time
i cut a flap in the top and flip it up to pour more in
does my head in when i accidently put my tea cup under it though !!

Great price for something you don't need!

super!!!

Can someone prove that these vouchers work. The reason i ask is there has been so many "deals" posted on here, only to find they dont exsist in the stops or not the same price quoted. tired of going into a store after being posted here only to find they dont exsist....

we refil ours with cheaper soap works a treat.

Besford

Great price for something you don't need!


Pfft, what about all those millions of people that stupidly just use soap and die of GERMS? Nice price if you want one of these, but seems a massive waste of plastic to me. Think I'll carry on risking life and limb by briefly touching a soap dispenser, then washing my hands afterwards...

I don't get the point in these. Surely to wash your hands properly you need to use water, so have to touch the tap with your dirty hands before applying soap, and then rinse your hands afterwards too, using the dirty tap again?

I honestly don't get the point of the 'no touch' feaure. You're about to wash your hands with antibacterial soap, why does matter if you have to touch it or not?


sammyislost

I don't get the point in these. Surely to wash your hands properly you … I don't get the point in these. Surely to wash your hands properly you need to use water, so have to touch the tap with your dirty hands before applying soap, and then rinse your hands afterwards too, using the dirty tap again?

I normally wash the tap while doing my hands :D.
But that reminds me of work, where they've just replaced all the paper hand towel dispensers with those bloody Dyson Airblade hand dryers. Now I have to use my bare hand to exit the toilet via the door with the metal bar, after I've seen people not wash their hands at all and grabbing hold of it, grrrrrrrrr!

Rant over.

Edited by: "jukkie" 9th Jun 2011

jukkie

I honestly don't get the point of the 'no touch' feaure. You're about to … I honestly don't get the point of the 'no touch' feaure. You're about to wash your hands with antibacterial soap, why does matter if you have to touch it or not?I normally wash the tap while doing my hands :D.But that reminds me of work, where they've just replaced all the paper hand towel dispensers with those blood Dyson Airblade hand dryers. Now I have to use my bare hand to exit the toilet via the door with the metal bar, after I've seen people not wash their hands at all and grabbing hold of it, grrrrrrrrr!Rand over.


I'm posh, I use a tenner to open the door.

From the Dettol website:

DETTOL No-Touch Hand Wash System helps eliminate the millions of germs … DETTOL No-Touch Hand Wash System helps eliminate the millions of germs that your hands can pick up each day! It automatically senses hands and dispenses just the right amount of soap.Handwashing is one of the most important steps you and your children can take to help you stay away from harmful germs that can cause diseases and with the DETTOL No-Touch Hand Soap System, you and your family will never have to touch a germy soap pump again. It's ideal for use in the kitchen or bathroom.The starter kit includes a dispenser, one hand soap refill, and four AA batteries. When you use the DETTOL No-Touch Hand Wash System, you'll know you're helping your family by fostering proper and effective handwashing to help prevent the spread of harmful germ and have plenty of LOLZ.

Cheers

jukkieBut that reminds me of work, where they've just replaced all the … jukkieBut that reminds me of work, where they've just replaced all the paper hand towel dispensers with those bloody Dyson Airblade hand dryers. Now I have to use my bare hand to exit the toilet via the door with the metal bar, after I've seen people not wash their hands at all and grabbing hold of it, grrrrrrrrr!Rant over.


Does it blow your tinfoil hat off as well?


Edited by: "1ForDaKidsRoom" 9th Jun 2011

Had two of theses last year,one unit packed up with in 6 weeks,the next one lasted 20 weeks,just a word of warning,if you use`s theses nere a sink make sure you don`t get water on the bottom,has it kill`s the battries

Vowo

I'm posh, I use a tenner to open the door.



Hope you use a nice new one. Probably more germs on the average tenner!

Vowo

I'm posh, I use a tenner to open the door.



I'd risk the door handle as notes have a lot of germs on them.

Edited by: "davem" 9th Jun 2011

DBXdarkangel

Can someone prove that these vouchers work. The reason i ask is there has … Can someone prove that these vouchers work. The reason i ask is there has been so many "deals" posted on here, only to find they dont exsist in the stops or not the same price quoted. tired of going into a store after being posted here only to find they dont exsist....



yup the vouchers do work i have bought 1 for each of our bathrooms and 1 for my mum all from superdrugs using the £3off voucher. i dont agree with all the "germs will get you" junk about these but 1 thing i do know is that since we got ours last month i havent had to tell either of my kids to wash their hands after going to the bathroom, and for that alone they are worth the 2 quid. also scares the you-know-what out of thecat if she gets up on the sink when she shouldnt LOL

Another vote for why does anyone need this?
As has been said, you touch the soap then wash your hands.... No problem

gemwood

ive been after one of these for a while but because we go through so … ive been after one of these for a while but because we go through so much-thought it wouldnt work out well! at this price, i will tryrefills are usually just as expensive, usually works out cheaper to buy the whole thing again!hot, thanks



If you lever the top of the refill off, "it is quite tight" you can fill with your favorite handwash you can use the same refill bottle many times.

Swanny MX

Another vote for why does anyone need this?As has been said, you touch … Another vote for why does anyone need this?As has been said, you touch the soap then wash your hands.... No problem



When I get garlic on my hands when cooking, it would be nice to not have to touch the soap dispenser and get it all garlic smelling,

Nice One, Thanks

Jimston

yup the vouchers do work i have bought 1 for each of our bathrooms and 1 … yup the vouchers do work i have bought 1 for each of our bathrooms and 1 for my mum all from superdrugs using the £3off voucher.




Nice one..thanks man

Saw these in Makro last night on buy one get one free, may work out cheaper if you want 2!

So what do people use to dry their hands after they have not touched the soap dispenser? Not a germy old towel i hope.

Just goes to show, slap anti-bacterial on it, put a bit of sciency sounding words and people will buy it.

dgoulston

When I get garlic on my hands when cooking, it would be nice to not have … When I get garlic on my hands when cooking, it would be nice to not have to touch the soap dispenser and get it all garlic smelling,



i imagine you have to deal with the tap first to rinse of the bulk of the garlic?

no? prefer to get the soap right in with the garlic then garlic + soap up the tap? hot tip: depress the dispenser with your backhand or the flat of your inside wrist

...crisis averted ...2 bob saved ...open heart surgery may now commence

seriously! you're only going to pick up the germs on the the door and quadruple those from your keyboard.
Edited by: "walerah" 9th Jun 2011

jukkie

I honestly don't get the point of the 'no touch' feaure. You're about to … I honestly don't get the point of the 'no touch' feaure. You're about to wash your hands with antibacterial soap, why does matter if you have to touch it or not?I normally wash the tap while doing my hands :D.But that reminds me of work, where they've just replaced all the paper hand towel dispensers with those bloody Dyson Airblade hand dryers. Now I have to use my bare hand to exit the toilet via the door with the metal bar, after I've seen people not wash their hands at all and grabbing hold of it, grrrrrrrrr!Rant over.





+1

dr bronners sweet citrus in a sandstone dispenser pour moi...all this lauryl sulfate garbation will put you in an early grave
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