Holman 2 Hour Tap Timer

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The Holman Ezy Grip Mechanical Tap Timer fits to a standard garden tap and times the water flow to any garden hose or watering system connected.

This timer allows you to have an unattended countdown watering time from up to 2 hours. Simply connect your hose or poly pipe irrigation system to the timer. For larger gardens, you can transform the single outlet timer to have multiple outlets. Simply attach a Y connector or a 4 outlet manifold for more stations.

  • Ideal unit for semi automatic watering control for pots, flower beds, small crops, small lawns & landscape areas
  • Automatic countdown run time up to 120 minutes
  • Non-slip rubber dial for easy operation whilst in the garden
  • Single outlet model for controls watering for one section in the garden
  • You can leave the tap timer unattended as it stops automatically when watering time has elapsed
Model Name
2Hr Mechanical Tap Timer with rubber grip
Model Number
Plastic & rubber
Dark grey
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:65 H:150 L:95
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:105 H:180 L:95
Automatic Shut-Off
Battery Back-Up
Computer Software Compatible
Digital Display
Hose-End Compatible
Manual Bypass
Maximum Cycle Time (min)
Number of Cycles
Number of Zones
Odd/Even Day Program
Power Source
No batteries required

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