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Xiaomi Mijia original automatic Induction Foaming Hand Washer for £14.68 delivered @ AliExpress Deals / Joinrun-Tech Store
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Xiaomi Mijia original automatic Induction Foaming Hand Washer for £14.68 delivered @ AliExpress Deals / Joinrun-Tech Store

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Posted 1st JunShipping from China

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Comes without soap or AA batteries, but this automatic hand wash dispenser is a nice-looking thing. Xiaomi Mijia branding is very minimal, as ever, and this looks like something out of a science fiction film.

"1. It's in stock now!!! we will ship your order in 24 hours !!!

2. Due to shipping restriction, we will remove the liquid (hand soap) and the AA batteries before shipment. If the liquid is pretty thick, please use 70% water + 30% liquid, so it can work.

3. It's not include liquid (hand soap) and the AA batteries.

4. After made order from us , contact us , we will send the video that how to open the bottle and how to refill liquid."


Details
  • Size: 73 x 98 x 190mm
  • Material: ABS
  • Rated voltage: 6V
  • Waterproof: IPX4
  • Induction distance: 60-90mm
  • Working temperature: 5 Celsius to 40 Celsius
  • Working humidity: 0% ~ 85%RH
  • Battery type: AA battery (batteries are not included)


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'Comes without soap or batteries'..........and your point is?
Mikeonfreeserve01/06/2020 13:13

'Comes without soap or batteries'..........and your point is?


I mean, if I buy a family-sized car and I would expect to have a family delivered with it - why should a soap dispenser be any different?
Edited by: "brundy" 1st Jun
Mikeonfreeserve01/06/2020 13:13

'Comes without soap or batteries'..........and your point is?


I have 2 of these, they aren't designed to be refillable but you can pry the top off the soap container and refill it fine. You would use 1/4 liquid soap of your choice to 3/4 water pop the top on, give it a shake until dissolved and then use.

It's pretty decent and creates a nice amount of foam for hand washing which we are all doing more of, plus you use less soap overall so I would recommend it for gadget lovers
handy for anywhere wanting to have hands free bathroom stuff?
Kenneth13101/06/2020 13:23

I have 2 of these, they aren't designed to be refillable but you can pry …I have 2 of these, they aren't designed to be refillable but you can pry the top off the soap container and refill it fine. You would use 1/4 liquid soap of your choice to 3/4 water pop the top on, give it a shake until dissolved and then use. It's pretty decent and creates a nice amount of foam for hand washing which we are all doing more of, plus you use less soap overall so I would recommend it for gadget lovers


Can it be easily damaged by repeated refilling? Seems strange they wouldn't make it more easily refillable for a tech item.
Kenneth13101/06/2020 13:23

I have 2 of these, they aren't designed to be refillable but you can pry …I have 2 of these, they aren't designed to be refillable but you can pry the top off the soap container and refill it fine. You would use 1/4 liquid soap of your choice to 3/4 water pop the top on, give it a shake until dissolved and then use. It's pretty decent and creates a nice amount of foam for hand washing which we are all doing more of, plus you use less soap overall so I would recommend it for gadget lovers


mine were designed to be refilled
They weren't designed to be refilled?! That's like buying a TV to watch it once, I don't get it?
yiu01/06/2020 14:26

Can it be easily damaged by repeated refilling? Seems strange they …Can it be easily damaged by repeated refilling? Seems strange they wouldn't make it more easily refillable for a tech item.


Not if you pop the top off with the slightest of care. Videos on YouTube show you how it's done
JC24401/06/2020 15:15

They weren't designed to be refilled?! That's like buying a TV to watch it …They weren't designed to be refilled?! That's like buying a TV to watch it once, I don't get it?


Because they sell refills themselves in China just like carex and the like do here.
brundy01/06/2020 13:21

I mean, if I buy a family-sized car and I would expect to have a family …I mean, if I buy a family-sized car and I would expect to have a family delivered with it - why should a soap dispenser be any different?


Lol

So everyone knows, it doesn't ship with the batteries as it's AA and they can't be sent airmail now. Only internal built in batteries can be sent.

No soap as you can't send liquids by airmail, not over 100ml anyway, so it would only be destroyed by customs if it were checked. Not worth the additional cost to try and send it to have negative feedback when they are seized
Kenneth13101/06/2020 15:19

Because they sell refills themselves in China just like carex and the like …Because they sell refills themselves in China just like carex and the like do here.


But how do the refills work then?
It's made for Asia where you can order refills online. I drilled a hole in the top of my soap bottle and used the rubber bung that comes with it to plug. I fill with a small funnel. Soap lasts for a long time as do the batteries and it is very fast to dispense a nice creamy foam. I use 50% soap, 50% water. They also make a cute duck version that's nice for kids.
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Is the bottle locked in some way though? How would someone change with a refill?
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