All About
The Whizbang Toe-Tapper

The Whizbang Toe-Tapper, it is a hands-free way to control the water in an outdoor sink. Just tap the switch with your foot to turn the water on and off. Or, if you mount the switch at thigh or hip height, you can just give it a bump to switch the water on and off. 

Outdoor sinks equipped with a Toe-Tapper are being used for washing garden produce (it's like having a summer kitchen), backyard poultry processing, and fish cleaning. Having both hands free allows you to work with greater ease and efficiency. The Toe-Tapper is also "arthritis-friendly."

The Whizbang Toe-Tapper was invented by Herrick Kimball of Moravia, New York in 2014. Shortly thereafter, 97 prototype Toe-Tappers were distributed to beta-testers throughout the country. Feedback was overwhelmingly positive. 

As of April 2016, the Toe-Tapper is being made available here. There are several options for getting your own Toe-Tapper...

You my purchase our specifications package to make your own Toe-Tapper. This is, of course, your most economical option. We also sell stainless steel hardware and HDPE  parts kits for those who would like to make their own Toe-Tapper. And, if you want to buy an already-made Toe-Tapper, we have those too. You can check out all the options by clicking the appropriate spot down the right column of this page.

Thank you for your interest in the Whizbang Toe-Tapper faucet switch.

Herrick Kimball

This picture shows the plumbing hookup. Connect a garden hose on the right side. The 5/8" Female Mender fitting (available at Lowes or Home Depot) allows a length of hose to be connected to the left side. The hose runs up to your sink faucet.