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Tapmaster Model 1720 Standard Cabinet Door Activation

(2 customer reviews)

$315.00

When you need both hands, this Cabinet Door Activated Tapmaster comes to the rescue!

 

Made in Canada  

97 in stock

Description

 

Why have cabinet door activation of a Tapmaster?

Maybe you are unable to use your feet to operate the unit but you see the great features a Tapmaster can offer. Maybe the install is hindered by something near the floor that prevents the unit being installed. The cabinet operated version of the Tapmaster Model 1720 Cabinet Door Activation gives you some great options.

 

The Tapmaster Model 1720 is a simple and affordable hands free faucet solution. Its high precision activator valve needs
to move only 20 thousandths of an inch to activate your faucet. This means that
when it is installed it is nearly impossible to detect with the cabinet door
closed.
To operate the Tapmaster simply press against the cabinet door
with your knee or leg and set the faucet open to the desired flow and
temperature.By releasing the door, the Tapmaster shuts off the water
flow making this model ideal for situations where your faucet only needs to be
activated for brief periods.

 

We now offer pricing for quantities of 10 pcs on the Tapmaster 1720 model. Please ask us

To help you choose Conservastore for your Tapmaster needs we offer FREE SHIPPING on this item and prefer to ship you NEXT DAY UPS at our expense for delivery before 11AM EST time on weekdays only. 

Highlights

The Cabinet Door activation is relatively unique among hands free taps so this gives you some options that might help those with certain disabilities or challenges in their kitchen layout

 

 

2 reviews for Tapmaster Model 1720 Standard Cabinet Door Activation

  1. Zangou V

    I just have my Tapmaster installed a couple of days ago – it already became my big ‘must’ in the kitchen. It is very functional. Also zero mess around faucet, since I don’t need to reach faucet lever with wet or dirty hands each time I use water. Installation seems not to be complicated (it took my plumber less than an hour). Also the customer service responded very responsibly & professionally. Simply great product!

  2. Clarissa P

    When we moved to a new house this was the one thing I knew we had to have in our kitchen. Once you get used to turning on the water with your foot, any other way seems archaic. We ordered two this time so that we could put one in a utility room, but now I think I need another for my second kitchen sink. It is a little pricey, but you will never be sorry you installed one!

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Technical Specifications description
You will most likely need the following tools for your install:
– A power drill(and possibly hole saw depending on the model)
– Pliers
– A small wrench
– A small spot light for under the sink illumination

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Can I install the Tapmaster on my own without a plumber?
The answer is that really depends on your level of expertise. We usually say if you know how to install a kitchen faucet then you should have no problem installing a Tapmaster. If you do choose to hire a Plumbing Professional please ask them to read the directions that come with the unit carefully.