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Cuisipro 837579 - Dispensador de espuma de jabón

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  • Material: cromo y plástico
  • Apto para lavavajillas
  • Este producto puede almacenar 280 ml de líquido

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 7 x 7 x 20,3 cm ; 200 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: 837579
  • ASIN: B001RRG5VI
  • Producto en desde: 28 de marzo de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 1.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº446.421 en Hogar (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar)

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Cuisipro 837579 - Dispenser per sapone e detersivo in schiuma

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el dispensador al mes ya no retornaba de nuevo a su lugar, y la base de goma no sostiene lo suficiente y se despega
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He recibido tres dispensadores y uno no funciona y los otros si funcionan. Para realizar la devolución debo devolver los tres con los inconvenientes que eso conlleva.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pros, Cons and Care Tips 5 de junio de 2011
Por David Diamond - Publicado en
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Although the Cuisipro Foam Pump is not perfect, it is significantly superior to other foaming soap dispensers that I have tried. I own several Cuisipro pumps, and I occasionally purchase an additional one for the house or for a gift.

Good foam lather. The foam lather rinses easily off your hands (and off eye glasses), whereas non-foaming soap takes a bit of rinsing to get all of the soap off.

Economical. The dilution is 1½ ounces of soap to 8 ounces of water. (Don't worry, you do not have to measure. There are fill lines on the back of the dispenser). If you prefer a lighter lather, or even greater economy, you can use an even higher dilution.

The angled spout aims the soap slightly downward, so that if the tip were to clog (as other brands of dispensers do), it would not shoot straight out and cover you with soap. The spout extends far enough beyond the bottle so that it is over the sink, and so that it will not drip soap onto the outside of the dispenser.

The spring is pretty dependable with proper cleaning (see CARE TIPS section, below). If the spring does become sluggish, the large plunger handle makes it easy and convenient to pull the plunger up to its full height.

The suction cup keeps the dispenser in place.

The inverted well that holds the suction cup, creates a "soap moat" inside of the soap container. This provides two benefits: (1) it provides additional accuracy when filling the liquid soap to the correct level, and (2) it allows the pump, whose suction tube is exactly long enough to touch the bottom of the "moat", to pump the soap completely to the last drop.

Good ergonomics and styling. The sloped unit with wide plunger handle does not look like something that you bought at a supermarket. Very attractive with a drop of food coloring in the soap, or with already colored soap (such as Soft Soap's "Black Raspberry & Vanilla"). I would have preferred glass rather than plastic, but I accept the fact that plastic is a lot safer.

This unit has a 25-year manufacturer's warrantee, and a 90-day warrantee. Keep your receipt and the warrantee info. provides a free UPS return label. According to another reviewer, the manufacturer replaced his unit without his having to mail the defective one back.

Any liquid soap dispenser (not just this one) will develop a sluggish spring return if soap gums up around the moving parts. This is a minimal problem with this dispenser if correctly cleaned (See CARE TIPS, below). If you do allow it to become sluggish, the pump handle will still spring up high enough to use, and the wide pump handle makes it easy to lift it all the way up.

One of my pumps died and I had to return it (See warrantee information under "PROS", above). The pump mechanism appears to be held in place by a friction ring washer. If you disturb it while cleaning, it can come off, and the pump will never work again. See CARE TIPS, below, for how to clean the dispenser without disturbing the pump unit.

Liquid soaps that are PRE-DILUTED and sold TO BE USED AS IS in foaming dispensers, may still need to be further diluted significantly, because of components that might gum the moving parts with residues. My favorite liquid soap that is pre-mixed for foaming dispensers is Young Living Thieves. This soap contains essential oils, and, through experimentation, I find that I need to further dilute it 1 part soap to 3 parts water. Clear or translucent Soft Soap refills, on the other hand, work perfectly when diluted per the Cuisipro instructions. I suspect that trying to use one of their creamy soaps would be deleterious.

Rinse and flush the pump with clear water between each filling. (Do not try to clean the lid or pump mechanism with a cloth. Doing so could dislodge the pump from the lid). Simply fill the dispenser ¼ full with clear water. Shake it. Then replace the lid. You can continue to use the dispenser as long as lather comes out. When the lather becomes thin. Then repeat the process a couple of times, rinsing the dispenser, filling ¼ full with clear water, replacing the lid and shaking, and flushing the pump by pumping clear water through it. This will flush out any soap residue that might be starting to accumulate. (You can also use a bottle brush on the bottle if you like - just not on the pump or lid). Then empty the dispenser and fill it with liquid soap and water, per the Cuisipro instructions.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Qestionable quality 2 de noviembre de 2010
Por HarvF69 - Publicado en
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I've purchased four Cuisipro Foam Pumps and sooner or later ALL of them developed problems with the pump sticking in the "down" position. Two units stopped providing foam after the plastic pump unit was detached from the dispenser for cleaning. I returned them to Amazon for replacement and several months later both of them developed a sticking problem. I used Dr. Bronner liquid soap and filled the soap and water in the portions indicated by the lines on the side of the dispenser and the Cuisipro worked fine...for a while. Those of you having pump sticking problems can get a replacement under the product guarantee by calling the phone number on the instruction tag wrapped around the stem of the pump. You'll be asked to send proof of purchase and you don't even have to send the defective unit to Browne USA which manufactures the pump. I sent receipts for the two Cuisipro Foam Pump replacements and received two new complete units about a month later. Evidently, they don't have replacement parts for the pump, so they send you a whole new unit.

UPDATE on 7-3-2011 to previous review. I made a mistake when I said you didn't have to send the defective units back to the manufacturer for replacement. In fact on October 2010, I mailed two (2) pump units MINUS their dispensers to the company at this address per directions I received by email ALONG with proof of purchase (Amazon receipt): Browne USA, Inc. 802 Centerpoint Blvd., New Castle, DE 19720 Attn: Customer Care. You might want to call this number first 302-326-4802 before mailing your unit(s) to the company for replacement. On November 2010, I received replacements for the Cuisipro Foam Dispensers; however, BOTH of the replaced pumps are sticking again at the down position. I emailed the company about the problem about a month ago and still haven't received a reply, so I'm going to call them instead. If I get no reply, I'm going to mail the units back with a Return Receipt request, so that I'll know when the company received the shipment and that it wasn't "lost in the mail".
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas First off great foamer. Needed to replace my old Palmolive foamer ... 28 de junio de 2016
Por themurph - Publicado en
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First off great foamer. Needed to replace my old Palmolive foamer but I guess they don't make them anymore. Looked high and low with no joy. So I bought this and it worked great since I just took the soap liquid from my old foamer and poured it in. But when I mixed it directly in the new one it clogged. So I pulled it all apart to find the problem. This thing really dispenses easy with light pressure. But once you feel it getting firmer to push then you know it's clogging. Just pull the plunger top off with it still attached to the bottle. The threaded bottle keeps the assembly held together. It will not harm it. If the clog is elsewhere then you can take it off the bottle and then disassemble. You will see a fine plastic mesh that acts as an aerator. It's what makes all the nice foam bubbles by mixing in the air equally. You will see that it is gummed up with undissolved dish washing liquid. Rinse it out by running warm water under the faucet from the outlet side. Then use a q-tip to clean the gunk away from the mesh. You can blow the water out by putting your mouth on the outlet opening. It will help push the gunk out. When you see that it is flowing well when rinsing and the mesh is clear just align the top and push it back on. I recommend using a 16 oz. plastic coke bottle to premix your soap and refill from that. If the clog is in the bottom half be careful not to lose the little plastic check ball in the bottom of the plunger cup where the siphon tube comes in. If the dish washing liquid has impurities in it that will not dissolve then the foamer will clog. Since there is no way to control that and no dish washing liquid will stand up to that standard then expect it from time to time. Unless you take the time to filter it somehow after you water it down. As another review has commented the chrome plating will turn green. It has started on mine and I've only had it two weeks. I'm assuming there is copper in the plating and the soap is corroding it. Personally I don't care as long as it works.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Still going strong after a year and a half 1 de febrero de 2014
Por Alex Malinovich - Publicado en
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I held off for quite a while before writing this review because I had read a lot of the reviews before buying it about the unit breaking pretty quickly. It was pretty cheap so I figured that if it did break it was no huge loss and I could just get a new one.

I'm happy to say that after a year and a half of using it 5-10 times a day, every day, it still works perfectly! I've never had a problem with it clogging, and it still looks ALMOST as good as it did the day that I got it (more on that below). So here's my take after a year and a half of heavy use:

1. Unlike the other reviewers, I find the suction cup very helpful. I have a "regular" foaming dispenser in my guest bathroom, and it tips over every few times I use it as I'm pushing down on the pump which is kind of irritating. The only thing to be aware of is that, while the suction cup will keep it on the counter and upright, it WON'T keep it in the exact same position if the counter is wet. I can easily slide mine back and forth on the bathroom counter when it's wet which is good for adjusting it, and bad because it means its constantly getting pushed back away from the sink.

2. I've been using pre-diluted foaming soap (the Dial refill stuff) since day one and I have NEVER had a problem with clogging or the foam coming out less than perfect. I don't know how many refills I've done at this point (probably 20-30) and have never had the slightest problem with clogging.

3. The "chrome" finish is just shiny plastic, and it's pretty obvious the first time you see it. Apart from being not terribly attractive, as soap gets on the "chrome" it leads to it turning kind of green over time. Every time it happens I clean it off and it goes back to about 90% clean. But that means that every time I clean it, it becomes a bit less shiny and nice. At this point I've all but given up and will just give it the occasional cleaning. It still looks better than the cheap ones that come with most foaming soaps by default, but it's definitely not going to be a "centerpiece" of your bathroom counter.

4. The best thing I can say about this is that, after a year and a half, I'm ordering two more (which is how I ended up back on this page after so long). I have two sinks in the master bathroom and a guest bathroom as well, so I'm ordering one for the other sink in the master bathroom and another for the guest bathroom. For the price, it's been extremely well worth it to me so I'd definitely recommend it.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Some work, some don't - Mine is the latter 8 de mayo de 2016
Por DSuz - Publicado en
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It seems I'm on the losing end of experiences with this dispenser. My daughter's Montessori school has them at each sink because they are easy for the children to independently wash their hands, so I was quite excited to have one at home to put an end to hearing the crash of the dispenser as it gets knocked off the counter or coming in to see my 3yr old in the middle of her 80th squirt of soap. However, this pump just doesn't work right. Every use requires many pumps before anything is dispensed, and then the foam is still weak at best. It also kind of spits the foam out. I've messed around with the soap/water ratio outside of the indicated lines, but no dice on eliciting a better outcome. I plan to contact Amazon to see if I can get a replacement, so I'll update if that works out.