With touch free sensors for clever waste disposal - simply hover your hand 10cm above the lid to open. Closes after 5 seconds of inactivity.
Hygienic and sleek looking too, with a slimline silhouette. Perfect for contemporary kitchens - more colours and sizes available.
In non-corrosive polished stainless steel, plus a matching lid. Has a removable inner bucket - takes standard bin bags.
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“ These sensor bins not only look the business but they're easy to use and hygienic too. Beware though - if you like gadgets you may find yourself hovering by the bin a bit too much! Not a great look.
|Get this dispatched||Within 2 working days|
|Standard delivery price||£5.95|
|Our delivery and return policy|
|General Dimensions||55cm height x 31cm diameter|
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|Materials||Body and lid - non-corrosive stainless steel. Inner bucket - plastic|
|Opening and closing mechanism||Touch-free sensor technology - opens and closes automatically|
|Batteries||Requires 4 x AA batteries - not included|
Questions about this product (6)
Sharon, 13 Sep 2012
Will I be able to clean the lid of this bin by submerging it in hot soapy water?
Made Customer Services, 13 Sep 2012
The sense bins are made from metal and can be cleaned with a towel or a damp cloth. However the lid contains the batteries and sensor so should not be subjected to immersion in water.
Carol , 9 Jan 2012
Can I use this bin without batteries? How would I operate the lid manually?
Made Customer Services, 9 Jan 2012
The lid of the sense bin has two indentations which can act as a handle if you wish to operate the bin without batteries.
Kumiko , 1 Jun 2012
How do I insert the batteries?
Made Customer Services, 1 Jun 2012
There is a compartment underneath the lid that you can remove the cover from and then insert the batteries.
Miriam, 14 Jan 2012
Is there a way to manually open the lid on the Sense bin?
Made Customer Services, 14 Jan 2012
The bin can be used manually. You just need to lift the lid up and there is no need to have batteries if you do not want to.
Terry, 27 Jul 2012
How long will batteries last?
Made Customer Services, 27 Jul 2012
This depends on how much the bin is used. Batteries should last several months and you can also use rechargeable batteries should you wish.
David , 7 Dec 2012
How tall is this bin with the lid up?
Made Customer Services, 7 Dec 2012
The 50L bin and recycle bin with the lid open are 107 cm tall. The height of the 30L bin is 77cms from floor to tip with the lid open.