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Cuisipro Foam Pump

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  • Turns liquid soap into foam, which reduces soap usage up to 75 percent
  • Pour liquid soap to the first line, fill with tap water to the second line
  • Non-aerosol pump mechanism stays clog free
  • Suction cup on the bottom keeps soap dispenser from sliding
  • Top-shelf dishwasher safe
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Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 2.8 x 8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001RRG5VI
  • Item model number: 837579
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (417 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,347 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Red

Cuisipro foam pump turns liquid soap into foam, reducing soap usage up to 75%. To use, pour liquid hand soap to the first line, then add tap water to the second line. The uniquely designed angle dispenses foam directly into the hand. A suction cup on the bottom keeps the dispenser from sliding on the counter. The non-aerosol pump mechanism stays clog-free. Easy to use one hand operation. Top shelf dishwasher safe.

Customer Reviews

The pump works great and looks fantastic.
Amazon Customer
Hard water makes dr bronners almost impossible to use and clogs your drains with soap scum also plus it wont foam much!
Joanna
The other pump just stopped working after a few months.
Sonneteer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

220 of 223 people found the following review helpful By David Diamond on June 4, 2011
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
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.

PROS:
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.
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185 of 192 people found the following review helpful By HarvF69 on November 2, 2010
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
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 Amazon.com 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.
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64 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Eco Mama's Guide To Living Green on March 7, 2010
Color Name: Red
Do you ever feel bad about buying those plastic soap dispenser bottles? I did. So I tried several other ways to deal minimize waste. I found a lovely stainless steel dispenser and got my soap from the co-op bulk section. Well, in no time the metal reacted with the soap and it got all yucky and gross and I didn't want to use the soap because it was rusty and brown. I tried bars but they were really messy, particularly with a four year old in the house.

Then I came across this Cuisipro Foam Pump soap dispenser and wondered if it would work. It does! It saves you money because you only use a tiny bit of soap and the rest is water. Brilliant! The foam is a big improvement on the regular glob of soap in terms of both waste and rinsing, my hands feel cleaner with the foam and well rinsed.

There is a suction cup on the bottom which is great for kids, my son has a much easier time with this than with previous methods we've tried. You can bring the whole thing to the co-op and there will be zero waste (or you can just re-use a different bottle). This is a great product.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Loki on November 19, 2010
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I was so excited when I found this soap pump. I LOVE Dawn Direct foaming dish soap, but wanted something sturdier and more attractive than the blue plastic bottle it comes in. I have been searching forever for a nice looking foaming soap pump and thought I had finally found it with this.

Unfortunately, this thing is terrible in practice. I believe the downfall is the shape of the pump head. It does not protrude out like a normal soap pump does, so that the soap can fall straight down and away from the pump. Instead, it just angles slightly out from the base and the opening where the soap comes out faces forward, instead of down. What ends up happening is that, without fail, each time you press it some of the soap drips down the neck and remains on the pump. Not only does it look dirty all the time, but because the metal-looking pump head is really just coated plastic, the soap ate away at it within days and etched it permanently.

I also did not like the whole suction cup base at all. It seems like a good idea, but because I was using this at a kitchen sink I frequently needed to pick up the bottle to wipe the counter. Not possible with this. I would have been okay with not using the suction part and just leaving the bottle directly on the counter, but the design of this product makes that impossible. The balance is all off and there is no weight on the bottom without the suction base so you just end up tipping the whole thing over every time.

Definitely a disappointment and I ended up returning it promptly. I don't understand why more companies aren't making foaming soap dispensers ... I guess I will just have to keep looking.
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