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Simplehuman Soap Dispenser $94.99 2 pack, instore price $74.99

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[Costco] Simplehuman Soap Dispenser $94.99 2 pack, instore price $74.99

Its good price and good reviews too.

UPDATE:

Instore price at Ajax is $74.99, please check your store.

Features:
Touch-free: neat, easy and automatic, touch-free operation means no germs passed on, and no smudges left behind
Clog-proof tubing pump: for precise and consistent soap flow
Funnel refill opening: makes it easy to refill your sensor pump without messy drips
Variable dispense: position your hand up close for a little soap and farther away for more
No-drip valve: flexible silicone valve snaps shut to create a seal preventing messy drips
Recharge puck (included) on the back is easy to access, and one charge lasts up to 3 months
Waterproof for easy cleaning: With an IP67 rating, you can rinse the pump in the sink to keep it clean

Includes:
Sensor soap dispenser × 2
Recharge puck × 2
Liquid hand soap sample pouch (lavender + vitamin E) × 2
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Nov 26, 2008
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Bought one in March 2020 and no issues still.
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Feb 3, 2010
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Feels like price went up? I think it was $80 for 2 the last time I bought them
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Saw these in store clearance for 69.97
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looks better than the ones i got at dollarama but i only spent $8 on those at least
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Yes this one far better than the Umbra one. But will wait for this one to appear on Dollarama shelves instead.
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I bought this a while ago for the bathroom. Any time the bathroom would fog up, these would go off. I couldn't stand this and returned it. FYI if you bathroom fogs up, you may not want this thing.
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Damn, $50 to dispense soap... I'd rather have $50 of soap

It's like a $200 wallet... Would you rather have an empty $200 waller or $200 and a rubberband haha
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agree it's pretty expensive for what it does...
for me, this is classified under a want versus a need... so I'll pass for now. ;)
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got the same set (from costco as well) for $70 a month or 2 ago
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I dislike this design for 2 reasons. You can't easily see how much soap you have, and you charge it instead of swapping in NiMH batteries. This model don't even appear to have any windows. However they look pretty and have a smaller counter footprint than the design that has a clear tank and takes 4xAA. I've bought cheaper other branded ones and every one has failed, 2 right out of the box. 5 simple human and no failures all through COVID. They are well designed and manufactured, hope that's still true.
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$100 for Soap Dispenser??? really? what is so special about this? am i missing something? made out of gold or? i am curious
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kiasu wrote: $100 for Soap Dispenser??? really? what is so special about this? am i missing something? made out of gold or? i am curious
It's 2 and they include batteries and a decent warranty. Definitely overpriced at 95 as many posts show it was $70 in store.
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Ouch, bought 2 for $30 in last year.
$30 each
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SimpleHuman stuff is pretty good and this is tempting! Certainly, don't need this, but would make it easy for the little human in the house to never learn how to use a pump! :)

On a side note, I hate that companies design stuff without considering how it works with existing stuff in the household. In this case, why have ANOTHER two charging adapters to store/throw around the house?? If I was a designer, I'd stick a conductive coil on the bottom that is compatible with any Qi charger that households likely already have and make adapter optional free accessory that you can get at the store IF you need one! I'm not an environmental activist (obviously, as I'm interested in this totally unnecessary first world device); just tired of a drawer full of wires and million cable standards. No excuse for that in 2022.
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eljay0 wrote: SimpleHuman stuff is pretty good and this is tempting! Certainly, don't need this, but would make it easy for the little human in the house to never learn how to use a pump! :)

On a side note, I hate that companies design stuff without considering how it works with existing stuff in the household. In this case, why have ANOTHER two charging adapters to store/throw around the house?? If I was a designer, I'd stick a conductive coil on the bottom that is compatible with any Qi charger that households likely already have and make adapter optional free accessory that you can get at the store IF you need one! I'm not an environmental activist (obviously, as I'm interested in this totally unnecessary first world device); just tired of a drawer full of wires and million cable standards. No excuse for that in 2022.
Kids today won't even know how to use a pump!
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eljay0 wrote: SimpleHuman stuff is pretty good and this is tempting! Certainly, don't need this, but would make it easy for the little human in the house to never learn how to use a pump! :)

On a side note, I hate that companies design stuff without considering how it works with existing stuff in the household. In this case, why have ANOTHER two charging adapters to store/throw around the house?? If I was a designer, I'd stick a conductive coil on the bottom that is compatible with any Qi charger that households likely already have and make adapter optional free accessory that you can get at the store IF you need one! I'm not an environmental activist (obviously, as I'm interested in this totally unnecessary first world device); just tired of a drawer full of wires and million cable standards. No excuse for that in 2022.
I personally prefer to plug in the cable at the sink as opposed to bringing a charging pad to the sink and putting the dispenser on top of it. Or even worse, taking the dispenser to my bedside table where the wireless charger is.

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