Friday, July 31, 2015

Simple One Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser Review (Tomoson)

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I received the Simple One Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser, in exchange for honest review. The dispenser runs on 4 AAA batteries. There is also a power button in the back of the unit. I didn't realize a power button was back there at first because Kalen hid the instructions. I put batteries in there and couldn't figure out how to get it to work. I ended up buying new batteries, thinking my other ones maybe ran out of juice. Still had problems until I flipped it over and saw the power button.

Problem solved. I added my soap to test it out and it worked. When you hand is under the unit, soap dispenses out of the unit. This dispenser helped when I was painting my bathroom. I could wash paint off my hands without having to hunt down a bar or a bottle of body wash.

My only issue was my brand new batteries went dead within a week or two, so you have to continually have fresh or rechargeable batteries on hand. Kalen also loved washing his hands, using the soap dispenser. He was fascinated when the blue light came on and soap dispensed.

The link provided to the product on Amazon was a hand sanitizer refill for the unit, instead of the unit. I did some searching and found the product on Ebay.

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