Nueve estrellas DZT-40 – 8 Touchless acero inoxidable 10,9 galón papelera
- Operación de manos libres cifrado
- Tacto suave sistema de cierre y apertura
- Requiere 4 pilas de tamaño D (no incluidas)
- Color de plata con tapa negra
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Descripción del producto
Los nueve estrellas Touchless 10,9 3,7 litros papelera de acero inoxidable Hará un complemento perfecto para tu cocina, eliminación de casi 11 litros de basura con facilidad. Su funcionamiento manos libres ayuda a mantener su hogar seguro y limpio. El elegante redondo papelera incorpora un sensor de movimiento por infrarrojos que detecta cuando tu mano es dentro de 10 pulgadas cerca de la tapa de color negro. Se abre para que usted para eliminar su basura y, a continuación, se cierra automáticamente cuando tu mano. El sensor se encuentra en la parte superior de la papelera, debe ser sobre el sensor de movimiento y con el fin de activar la tapa. Resistente construcción de conexión USB proporciona un aspecto clásico, fácil limpieza, y protección de la corrosión y daños por agua. Opera en cuatro pilas de tipo D (no incluidas) y se puede abrir y cerrar un mínimo de 10.000 veces antes de que necesita un batería de repuesto. Tamaño: 37,8 x 26.2h pulgadas. Sobre nueve estrellas Grupo USA Inc. Basado en la ciudad de la industria, Calif., Nueve Estrellas se especializa en basura latas y accesorios para el Retail
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Overall, it does what the company claims as far as opening and closing, doing so at about 10 to 5 inches from your hand or the object you're throwing away. It's quiet, durable, and has smooth opening and closing. I wasn't sure I would like the looks of it as I was thinking of buying it, especially since it's similar to the one we had, but I actually really like it and don't feel the pictures don't do it much justice. The lid is made of durable plastic and, while slightly thin, the metal is brushed and definitely fingerprint-proof. I also can't see it staining easily either, unlike our previous one. I like that it's taller than the old one we had, and I appreciate the open and close buttons for moments when you want to leave the lid open longer. The power switch on the back is handy, and I especially love how you can't see the bag sticking out if it's installed right. No odor detection is another bonus. I will say that this unit takes D batteries, not the C ones listed by Amazon.
I definitely recommend but will update if I notice problems anytime soon.
The upsides? First of all, the trash can itself is well-built. The can is metal, not plastic, looks great in my kitchen, and it holds a good amount of trash so you're not constantly emptying it. The lid is plastic, but it's a very sturdy material and it still looks nice after 2 years. Best of all, the sensor still works wonderfully. I actually bought this can because it was cheaper than similar-sized, non-electronic stainless steel trashcans. You know, the ones with little pedals that you step on with your feet. So I figured I'd get this one, the sensor would break after 3 months and I'd get a normal trashcan for a bit cheaper than the others... Not the case!! The sensor still works great and now I stand in front of other trash cans looking like an idiot for a few seconds, waving my hands in front of the thing and wondering why it's not opening up like magic. I can't tell you how much aggravation this thing has saved me when my hands are full of something gross and all I have to do is approach the sensor and it just opens for me.
There are a few little funny quirks it has that I've learned over the years. If you need it to be open for a while, like say if you're scraping a plate into it, you have to position something very solid - maybe the plate, but preferably your arms - right in front of the sensor. It's second nature to me now, but my husband still has trouble. Or you can just use the "Open" button on the front of the can, if it still works! Speaking of which, back when our buttons worked, our trashcan sometimes got confused if you interrupted it while it was closing. To fix it, turn the power off and on with the button on the back of the can, then hit the "close" button. Worked like a charm. It doesn't seem to get confused when you interrupt it anymore, I guess the button wiring has something to do with it. Anyway, this is a great trash can for a great price. I was intimidated by some of the bad reviews that were posted when I bought it, but assuming they're still "making em like they used to", it's definitely worth the money!
SENSOR: The sensor is better on this one, in that it will stay open if it senses you are still there. It's not perfect, and it doesn't work if you move away and move back, but it is still nice. Also, my old trash can used to just sense random things and open on its own all the time. This one does not.
BATTERY LIFE: Because this uses D sized batteries, as opposed to the AA in my last trash can, this lasts much longer without changing batteries. I haven't changed the batteries yet, since I bought it a few months ago.
SIZE AND DESIGN: Size is just right for me, and the design is well made such that it is easy to get trash bags in and out without ripping the bag.