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Anle Life Automatic Soap Dispenser Touchless 450ml $9.99 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Henghong AU Store via Amazon AU

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Reasonable reviews. I cannot vouch for the quality though, but for $10, I am giving it a go.

Touchless Soap Dispenser:Automatic infrared sensor can sense your hands quickly and foaming within 0.25 seconds, effective bacteriostasis. The sense distance is 1-6cm reach hands foaming quickly.
30° Inclination Angle Nozzle:Proper angle, make the foam reach your hand correctly.
Miniature High-Efficiency Motor: Low noise,more intimate,more safer and more environmental.
Easy to Use:Touch the on-off key,the light will be white, and the machine will be starting up,when you don’t want to use it, you touch the key again and the light will be blue, the machine will be closing.
Wild Application:This soap dispenser can be used in bathroom,kitchen,hotel and etc,it can bring your life more convenience.

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  • +18 votes

    Anle Life

    definitely need to wash hands with that brand name…

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      Anel

      Edit anal

    • +1 vote

      I often wish I could have Anle Automatically Cleansed

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        Bidet

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      Gotta get one if you want to live the anle life!

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      If you hoped the kiddies from the Ainol tablet days had grown up ….. they haven't.

  • +1 vote

    I paid $20. Battery life sucks but for $10 I'll get a couple more. Oh and mine leaks

    • +48 votes

      Nothing worse than an Anle leak.

    • +1 vote

      So much for me to look forward to : )

    • +2 votes

      Battery life sucks but for $10 I'll get a couple more. Oh and mine leaks

      Really uhhh…sold me on its virtues

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      The free one that comes with the pump soap from Coles doesn't leak or need batteries

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    Ahh yes the life dispenser.

  • +4 votes

    My current one takes ages for the foam to reach my hand, inaccurate, noisy, unfriendly, quite bad for the environment and can't be used in a hotel. This one seems to tick all the boxes. Thanks OP.

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    I bought auto soap dispensers soap2Go from auspost. 2-3 were immediately faulty. Other one failed in a day

  • -2 votes
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    thought about it for too long, OOS :/

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    Can anyone recommend a good automatic soap dispenser?

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      The one from Costco

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        I don't know why you were negged, costco one is good

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        does the costco one do foam?

    • +4 votes

      Xiaomi Mijia is going strong for me

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        but we need to drill a hole ? and i dont know where i can find/get the plastic plug to cover the hole (matching hole size as well)

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          No need to drill a hole, it's bit tricky but you can remove the cap with the help of a plucker. I have 2 of these and I refill them every week without any issue.

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      https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B089Y3TJC4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_g...

      Dont worry about the reviews, this one is superb

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        that one would keep my Anle clean

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        Is this for inside use?

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        @kablefd2 would this one work with liquid hand sanitiser…the ethanol stuff from the distilleries

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    Whoever came up with that name for a soap dispenser must be a marketing genius

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    OOS.

    Any good deals on soap to go in this?

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      Just get Palmolive foaming soap from the supermarket. Do NOT DIY from normal thick handwash liquid. Stuffed up one of my automatic dispensers.

  • +1 vote

    Nice colour. Looks like a boot upside down.

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    xiaomi's one looks way much nicer.

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    What's the appeal of an automatic soap dispenser?

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      when you touch the push down thing on a normal one you are leaving any dirt or bacteria that might have been on your hands on the push down part, unless you take the time to wash it when you wash your hands.

      • +4 votes

        Which does not matter as you are washing your hands afterwards.

        I've gone back to the manual pump version because the electronic ones are just not reliable.

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          Right – that's what I was thinking haha

      • +2 votes

        Unless you have an automatic tap it's superfluous having an automatic soap dispenser..!

    • +6 votes

      the correct amount of soap dispensed for kids who have no concept of 'a little' or 'too much' and either washing with water or making a bubble filled sink.

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        Good one - that's a more compelling reason 👍

    • +3 votes

      Elderly or people with disabilities that have a hard time using manual soap dispensers

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      The foaming ones are great for kids.

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    Got mine today.

    Bought 4 and 1 of them doesn't work properly.

    Recharge until red light turns green (not on instructions).

    They recommend 1 part liquid soap to 5 parts water. I'm doing about 1 to 4 and that seems ok.

    Yes, looks like a green upside down gumboot which is why I assume it was $10.

    Happy enough for know and will seek refund on the faulty one.

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      Best to use proper foaming soap wash. Thicker stuff jams up the pump and there goes $10

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        Thanks for the feedback. Never experienced problems with my xiaomi at a 1 to 3 ratio. But will stick with the instructions on the 1 to 5 ratio for this. Buying foaming soap at a cost of $5 for 500ml defeats the economies of scale and more plastic waste. If it busts, i'll return it with Amazon within the next 12 months.

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      From the 2 I bought 1 has stopped working properly. Continues to dispense loads of soap then stops. Messaged Amazon to see what they can do