Umbra® Otto Sensor Pump
Umbra® Otto Sensor Pump is a sleek molded sensor pump that allows touch free operation. Holds up to 6-ounces of soap or hand sanitizer and dispenses 0.07-floor ounces. Top features an easy fill opening. Black with brushed nickel accents. Requires four AAA batteries (not included). Measures 4 1/2" L x 3 1/2" W x 9" H. 1 year warranty. Imported.
Umbra® Otto Sensor Pump 14 15
looks nice It doesn't work! the amount of soap it dispense is a joke. I then tried to place my hand under the sensor to get more & nothing comes out. Item will be returned today. March 15, 2013
Use better quality soap! I keep hearing people complain about the small amount dispensed. If you use the better soap one squirt is plenty! I prefer Ms. Meyers. It washes plenty of dishes and if you need more, just put more on the sponge for goodness sake! March 12, 2013
Good product, good value I read all of the reviews on this product before I bought it and decided to give it a try. It seemed the major negative was not enough soap was dispensed. I received the Sensor Pump, filled it and have been using it for about a month now. It is sleek and stylish and while it does not dispense as much soap as a traditional manual pump, it does dispense plenty to get the job done. I really like it, it is quiet and fits perfectly on the countertop. January 14, 2013
Acts like it on slow mo I received this item as a gift from a good friend of mine and I was aware what they cost $$$.. the reason why I never bought it in the first place. Anyway, it is nice to look at but it acts like you want to strangle it as it just wont barely put any soap out. And having to put 4 AAA batteries in it should run like a deer. But it doesn't . So, nice looking in the kitchen and that's about it. OH an every time you change the battery you have to unscrew the tiny little screw to put new batteries in it. That is why I still have it sitting on the counter with soap cuz I have to change the batteries and its full of soap. Yeah big mess. Sorry but this has been on my mind for weeks and saw some others have to put up with the same thing which tells me I don't have a defective unit. January 9, 2013