Gilmour 876R Rectangular Pattern Spot Sprinkler
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- Rectangle pattern
- Heavy-duty metal construction
- Works well in low water pressure areas
- Coverage up to 15' x 30' diameter
- Stationary sprinkler
- Coverage up to 15-Feet-by-30-Feet
- Works well in low water pressure areas.
- Heavy-duty metal construction.
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This sprinkler works well for spot watering. I have two small areas in the front lawn that I need to water, so I move the sprinkler a few times to get the entire area covered.
Since it has no moving parts this is going to outlast all my other rotation and oscillating sprinklers that I use in the back yard. The only down side of this sprinkler that it is very light, so if the hose does not want to lay flat (which is often the case) this sprinkler will not stay flat, it cannot fight what the hose wants to do. There is a little loop of metal at the very tip which can be used to pin the sprinkler to the ground. If you push a nail through the hole and into the ground at a slight angle it will provide some resistance to the twist from the hose.
I bought a square and circle of this sprinkler. Frankly, it appears to me that they water the same shape, mostly controlled by how the wind blows. I am attaching a photo of this sprinkler next to a pen, so you can see the relative size of it.
This is a good economical solution for a small area.
To those reviewers who said it was too light to stay in place I have a simple solution. Take a wire coat hanger and cut the straight portion to about six inches in length; this can usually be done with a pair of pliers. 1" or 1 1/2" from one end use the pliers to bend the wire to a 90 degree angle making a handle of sorts. Use the "handle" to push the wire through the little hole (opposite of where the hose connects to the sprinkler) and down into the ground thereby stabilizing the sprinkler. When you're finished watering simply pull up on the "handle" removing the wire and you're sprinkler is ready to be used in another location. Hope this helps those who thought it was too light to stay on the ground.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
simple little sprinkler for my flower beds and spot watering in my lawn. Cheaper than in stores. Came quickly and as described. Recommend this product and the sellerPublished 2 months ago by The Weeze
Nice, durable sprinkler that I can just leave out in my rectangular rose garden. Works beautifully, I love it :)Published 3 months ago by Jean CR
This was just right for our smallish garden this year.
It is sturdy enough, but it would be nice if it had a spike or something to secure it in the soil.
Very simple pattern spot sprinkler. Bought this item for my mom to replace the old one.Published 3 months ago by Rog
I'm tired of expensive sprinklers that stop working halfway through the summer (or sooner). I have several hoses. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tanstaafl