tapmaster as 'child safety' for instahot?
I have been contemplating the tapmaster for my main sink for some time now, and just had a moment of either sheer genius or who-would-ever-think-of-or-want-such-a-thing craziness. Depends on your perspective. And whether you're up at silly times of the night pondering your faucets and water flow.
I think it would be a brilliant (albeit pricey) way to baby proof the instahot if it would work with the instahot system. I am putting an instahot with my "cleanup" sink which would also be the sink my kids sometimes play in and sometimes "help" in. I had intended to put a valve under my sink to switch off so they couldn't scald themselves on the instahot water, but then I'd constantly have to remember to turn it on and then then off again after I wanted to use the hot water. A small pain I was planning to live with until my kids are old enough to have learned about the hot water tap for my own peace of mind.
BUT, now imagine the instahot attached to the tapmaster! Then I don't have to reach under my sink every time I use the hot water to turn it on and off again. Rather with the touch of my foot I can enable and disable the water flow. I would still turn the instahot on and off with (with my hand) as you would normally (can't imagine I'd need the instahot to be "hands free" ever). AND then when the kids are older and I don't need the kid proofing anymore, I take it off of my instahot and use it on my main sink!
What do you think? A stroke of brilliance or just a small stroke (brain infarct)?