Proper hand sanitation continues to be an important part of daily life and simplehuman is now offering a convenient new solution.
The company’s new Pulse Pump features a stainless steel body and a die-cast pump head while also offering high-quality, low-resistance parts that are tested to withstand more than 150,000 pumps. That equals 15 pumps a day for 27 years or the equivalent to more than 300 disposable plastic pump bottles.
According to simplehuman, the company’s unique pulse mechanism features direct-intake valves and a smooth, low-friction plunger to dispense soap or sanitizer with 60% less effort than normal push pumps.
Additionally, the pump’s reverse-flow valve design draws the soap back from the nozzle a split-second after every dispense to keep it clean and drip-free.
To refill, the pump is equipped with a funnel opening that is said to make adding liquid soap quick, effortless and mess-free. The pump’s spot has an invisible silver-ion coating that resists fingerprints and the spread of germs.
Offered in two sizes, the 10-ounce pump is priced at $40 while the 16-ounce pump is priced at $50.