Solves the dilema of where to tuck one's hose away safely. Girls do not like to disconnect hosepipe fittings, and so it is easier to create a tap-like holder for the hose to nest in, where it can be used for rinsing hands and tools.
The tap in our garden is at watering can level anyway, so repositioning the end of the hose makes it easier to wash tools off etc. without cricking your back. As the water flow is usually slow when you do this to avoid soggy sleeves, the kink in the hose doesn't seem to matter much.
Also, you now know where to find the damn thing!
This one was printed in the Gold/Brass effect PLA from Diamond Age Solutions Ltd., to make it look more like a rough-cast brass fitting. It is secured to the wall with two screws, which should have been brass to complete the effect, but you know...
The default STL and OpenSCAD files have a 25mm (approx. one American inch) tapered hole in it for a brass adjustable hose nozzle to fit in.
The angle of the holder still allows the nozzle to be inserted and removed without ramming it through the wall, despite appearances!