Simplehuman Touch-Free Soap Dispensers 2-Pack Only $79.99 Shipped for Costco Members
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Costco has these popular soap dispensers again!
Hurry over to Costco.com where members can score the Simplehuman Rechargeable Sensor Soap Dispenser 2-Pack for just $79.99 shipped – only $39.99 per dispenser! These are also available in-club for the same price.
These 9oz touch-free soap dispensers can sense when a hand is placed underneath and automatically dispense soap. You can control the amount of soap desired by positioning your hand up close to the sensor for a little soap or farther away for more. They also come with recharging pucks that you place inside which last for up to 3 months on a single charge.
Still on the fence? Check out what HIP readers say about these…
I love the Simple Human Soap dispensers! I use Softsoap liquid, but here is the MOST important thing…..THIN THE SOAP with Distilled water!!!! Not a lot, but enough to make it thin enough as to not stress the motor. They SAY you don’t have to do this, but you DO! When I didn’t, the dispensers (multiple) died within 6 months. The one I have now, has lasted FIVE YEARS!
I absolutely love this soap dispenser!!! I hated it when my hands are all gross from cutting up meat, cracking eggs etc. and I had to press the soap pump. You can dispense a little soap or a lot of soap. The dispenser lasts a long time before it has to be recharged. I use Method hand soap gel to refill but simple human sells refills online.
I don’t have this exact model, but we have 5 other simple human dispensers of varying generations before this, and I’m ordering this deal for my friend. We love them!! We use both the SoftSoap brand from Costco and the Member’s Mark brand from Sam’s Club (both are the clear stuff with a purple tint), and they all work perfectly. In fact, we have one in the kitchen that we put dish soap into, and that works great, too. The only time any of them have ever dispensed on their own is if we forget to turn one off when wiping it down, or if a cat decides to lay in the sink underneath it (occasionally we end up with a soapy cat). Still worth it!