A Window to the Future
Everyone is aboard the touchless soap dispenser train, and there is no shame in that. In fact, it’s already starting to feel pretty absurd when you have to actually pump the soap yourself.
I’m not talking laziness either. I am all for pumping the soap—if I’m the only one touching it all day. But like many others, circumstances have led me to become a full on germaphobe, so sorry (not sorry) but I am not really into pumping the soap right now.
Touchless soap dispensers have become pretty standard, so let me fill you in on how they measure up. First of all, the details matter. For example, this dispenser has a little side window. Might not seem like much, but having a good visual can really help keep the suds coming. Imagine what might happen without it: you go to wash and there is no soap, so then you have to grope through the cabinet, touching everything in sight with wet (unwashed) hands searching for the extra soap. I feel the need to go sanitize my storage cabinet just thinking about it.
If only you had a window into the future, to let you know when you needed to refill the soap. Oh wait, that’s exactly what this one has. Perfect.