Sunday, August 24, 2014

Aqueduck Single Handle Extender

Fallon is the age now where she wants to wash her own hands and turn on and off the faucet. Of course she is a little too short to reach the handle. Peachyco reached out and asked if I wanted to try their Single Handle Extender called Aqueduck. After looking at it I wanted to try it, plus Fallon’s nickname is Ducky so it fits.

This little gadget is very simple yet helps solve a huge problem with kids and their need for independence. It’s very easy to install. You just unscrew, place on your faucet and then screw back together and you are done. The duck wings help keep the temperature just right by not being able to move it much so water doesn’t get too hot or too cold.

I will admit that I think it looks a little funny, but it does the trick and Fallon seems to love it. Also if you don’t want it on anymore, you can just simply take it off and it’s like it was never there. There is no replacing faucet parts or anything, which is a huge help.

If you want, you can order the faucet extender as well and then the water is directed towards the you/whoever is washing hands instead of straight down. The price of the handle extender is $15.99 but if you buy together you will save a few bucks and pay $25. You can also order more than one and save even more.

Right now you can find the handle extender on Amazon, and also at and more. Take a look at their location finder to order online or find a store near you that carries them.

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