The soap dispenser is made of ABS plastic and has a modern and compact design.
It is very useful since it pumps the soap out without the need to touch the device. It is also useful because it has a rechargeable lithium 1500MAh battery, hence being more economic, not having to use disposable batteries. The charging port is situated at the back of the device in a compartment, hence protected from any potential water spillage.
The soap dispenser can be charged by a power bank, a PC, etc. and when charging a red LED light flashes.
At the back of the soap dispenser, there is also a place to insert the hook provided to attach the device to a wall.
The touch button on top of the device can switch on and off the soap dispenser. When off a red LED light will turn on.
The device has an infrared sensor that can dispose of either a rich foam when the green LED light flashes, or a fine foam when the blue LED light flashes.
The soap container is closed with a plunge and inserted in the soap dispenser when filled with diluted soap.
Depending on the type of soap used the dilution should be from 1:2 soap to water upwards. The soap I use, which has a thick consistency is diluted 1:3. The only challenge I had with this device, was to dispense foam when first using it, therefore my advice is when first started, insert the plunge first into the soap dispenser and then into the soap container.
The device is saving on the soap, shower gel, dishwasher liquid, etc since these need to be diluted in order to foam. The volume of the soap container is 300 ml.
The soap dispenser can be used at home, at the office, in hotels and hospitals. It is an economic device to use and avoids cross-contamination based on the use of an infrared sensor. The device comes with a USB cable, a hook, a tablet of dry soap and a user manual.