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Xiaomi Mijia Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser Handwash Inc. Anti-Bacterial Soap - $36.95 + Shipping Aus Wide @ PC Market

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No contact, more sanitary, effective antibacterial, gas and liquid bubble ratio to 12:1 - one of the best Xiaomi Automatic Soap Dispensers with bottle of anti-bacterial soap included. They are long lasting, typically one bottle can be used up to 2 - 3 months.

● Fine and dense foam can better cover skin epidermis, direct to fine pore, achieve deep cleansing
● Effective inhibition of daily bacteria, inhibition rate up to 99.9 percent, micron-grade foam, penetrate into pores, deep cleansing
● Compact body, natural plant essence, moist and comfortable, hand sanitizer close to skin pH value, gentle and skin-friendly, not tight, foam without residue
● Can effectively inhibit e. coli, staphylococcus aureus, candida albicans and other common life bacteria, effectively care for the health of the family
● The micro-high efficiency motor and its rubber damping structure not only have high bubble efficiency, but also will not be disturbed by noise when used, intelligent induction design, low power consumption
● 320mL large-capacity design, available for 400 times, compact, minimalist, understated design style automatically sensing bubbles without press
● Sensing distance: 60 - 90mm, waterproof grade: IPX4, rated voltage: 6V
● Power supply: 4 x AA battery

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Comments

  • can you refil or do you have to buy refill units

  • You can get the clear plastic lid off it with a flat blade screwdriver/knife etc. and refill. Bit fiddly but not too bad.

    I've had this for just under a year (ordered off amazon for ~30 bucks). It's a great unit, really happy with it.

    • Had mine for awhile now too and that little plastic lid thingy is fairly robust as I've hacked away at it heaps using a flathead.

  • There is a Dettol one on sale at Woolworths for $12.00. how is this superior?

  • Shipping $14.95 …. not a bargain

  • This is $29 at Mumu life stores, theres one in the city on George st and one in Burwood, got one last week, its awesome!

    • Exactly this Xiaomi one? Had one already and broke it, but got used to it - I am after identical one.

  • Better off with the Dettol ones, which can be refilled.

    Plus they use 3 AA instead of 4

    • The dettol ones aren't foaming. I think this one looks nicer too.

      Have had the Dettol one in the past, and whilst there's nothing essentially wrong with it, I prefer this.

  • No contact, more sanitary

    Surely it doesn't really matter if you're pressing a mucky dispenser? You're about to wash your hands with what it dispenses!

  • If you want completely touch free experience for soap/tap phase, it combo's well with the Xiaomi automatic water dispenser attachment for compatible Faucet/taps, etc. Only an idea and obviously not for everyone.
    https://www.banggood.com/Xiaomi-ZAJIA-Automatic-Sense-Infrar...

    • The Chinglish on the ad is quite intriguing.

      “Washing the face and washing the new fun bottom sensor to meet the short-term water demand”

  • https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/264805118715

    I bought 2 of these foaming dispensers instead. Under $26 each delivered from Australian stock including ability to use normal refills. Also includes 4 tablets that dissolve to create 4 refills. Biggest benefit is the rechargeable battery built in.

    BUT unfortunately it doesn't work properly during the morning/day in a brightly lit bathroom due to interference with the IR sensor. Works fine in my powder room which is windowless. So definitely be warned.

  • I have one of these, looks nice and works well. Fair points about price and alternatives, but I'm happy with Xiaomi. And yes you can refill with foaming soaps.
    I'm sure it's been cheaper though.

  • The cheapest shipping cost for me was $27.95. No deal.

  • I’ve got 2 of these , 3 baesus and 1 blitzwolf.
    I purchased around 28 each delivered from aliexpress.
    The Xiaomi one requires you to snap the lid off to refill. It will break eventually that’s why there’s heaps of empty refill bottles for sale.

  • Another cheaper option here that is rechargeable. Might try it out with the 15% cashback today
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/233725113914