Tuesday, July 28, 2015

SimpleOne Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser

I was so excited to review this soap dispenser. I have always wanted a touchless dispenser because we are always messy. Sometimes too messy to touch the dispenser. Especially when we were feeding and cleaning cages of baby coons. The mess was not something I wanted on top of my soap dispenser so I would grab somebody clean to pump the soap in my hand.

This Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser is extremely eloquent looking and would make a great addition to any bathroom/kitchen.  I put mine in the kitchen because I am always washing my hands in there. Plus I could see it my children's eyes that they would have worn down the batteries on it. So I felt it was much safer where they couldn't reach it.

It takes for AA batteries which are not included. But they are easy to install.  It's easy to fill and love that there  is a see through reservoir so I can always monitor the soap level.  There is an on/off button hiding in the back which I also like because if I'm moving the dispenser I can prevent it from dispensing soap.

It's pretty but admittedly a very strange design. But really I have no problems with it, I just wonder what the inspiration for the design was. The finish I chose was silver. It's a shiny finish but not one of those bright shines.  It is also available in white.

It works so effortlessly, I put my hand under the spout and out comes the perfect amount of soap. There are no drips, no overflow, no mess. I am totally impressed and think I may be in love. I will probably get one for my bathroom because it really is just a breeze to use. So that will prevent the children from wasting soap. Let's face it batteries are not messy but too much so is. So I will let them run out the batteries but I'm not giving up the on in the kitchen.

So if you want to read more or pick up your own touchless soap dispenser you can go here

I received this product complimentary in exchange for my honest opinion but the opinion expressed is all mine. I would never recommend a product I didn't feel was good for my readers.

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