Holman Oscillating Sprinkler With Timer

I/N: 3110657
$49.90
Price correct as at Mon 18 Dec 2017 9:52:58pm
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Product Description

An oscillating sprinkler is often used for watering large sections of lawn or garden at the one time. The spray pattern is rectangular in shape, and it can be adjusted to accommodate various sizes, but when set to the maximum coverage, a full pattern, 90° rotation, it has a maximum coverage of 84m².

The sprinkler is equipped with an adjustment dial to set the required spray pattern. This allows the pattern to water Left only, Right only, a Centre strip or the Full range of movement of the spray arm.

This flexibility allows you to water up to an edge, median strips or narrow lawns. The most innovative feature of this oscillating sprinkler is it has an inbuilt tap timer!. This allows you to dial up a watering time and it will count down to off. The dial can be moved into a manual ON position when long watering is required or to bypass the timer.

  • Ideal for watering lawns & large landscapes
  • Inbuilt timer- countdown style timer, with a max run time of 120 minutess
  • 12mm snap on adaptor made from aluminium
  • 15 brass spray jets
  • Spray arm slowly moves for even watering

Product Details

Model Name
Oscillating Sprinkler with Inbuilt Timer
Model Number
2895H
Material
Plastic - Alumin
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:460 H:165 L:90
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:465 H:175 L:100

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