Simple, visual reminders to wash our hands improve compliance to the CDC hand washing guidelines to kill all types of germs and viruses, including COVID-19.
With a SinkBlink20, you and others will be washing hands better.
20 seconds is all you need to add a hand washing timer to your faucet.
When the water begins to flow the SinkBlink20 turns on automatically.
A 15 second slow blink followed by a 5 second fast blink.
After the 20 seconds, the light remains solid until the water flow stops.
Can you twist off your aerator without any special tools? Then the SinkBlink20 will fit.
Click Here for fit information.
With aerators we typically turn the water on full blast. Instead, just give the handle a half turn to get the LED to turn on.
Now that people are washing their hands longer there's a few more splashes. Keep your hands within the sink below the countertop for minimum mess.
Using the SinkBlink trains you around a 20 second handwashing session. Get a routine and use it even on those non-SinkBlink sinks.
The SinkBlink20 has a 15/16" male thread and includes a 55/64" female adapter.
A simple test is to put a quarter next to your faucet aerator. If they are the same size, then you're good to go! If your aerator is the size of a nickel or dime, then it needs a specialty adapter from your local hardware store.
Click Here for more information.
Send it back. No questions.
Chat with us (see the icon in the corner?) and we'll take care of you.
We expect 4200 hours of service life, or roughly 500,000 hand washing sessions. (That's 1 million hands!)
There is a 2-year warranty on the product.
The best kind... no batteries required.
Dynamos! The water spins a tiny generator inside the SinkBlink20. The water flow powers the device.
Yes. The blinking timer needs the water to run.
We understand this is some wasted water, but it is outweighed by the importance of proper hand washing. If this greatly concerns you, know that 7 to 8 proper hand washing sessions is equivalent to 1 low volume toilet flush.
First, check and see if the SinkBlink20 is snug on your faucet. Don't over-tighten it, just snug.
If it still leaks, then the provided gasket is likely upside down. Flip it and see if the leak stops.
Older faucets may have worn threads, if all else fails then wrap some Teflon tape around the threads.
We want to help everyone get cleaner hands! Contact us @SinkBlink20 on every social platform, via the chat button, or Contact Us below.