Gardena ZoomMaxx Oscillating Sprinkler on Weighted Sled Base
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- Fully adjustable controls for width, length and water flow - area coverage of 76 sq. ft. – 2300 sq. ft.
- Compact oscillating sprinkler for the smallest areas
- 16 flexible rubber nozzles for even water distribution
- Sealed turbo gear driven unit
- Large Sled base for stability
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GARDENA ZoomMaxX Oscillating Sprinkler on metal step spike is a compact oscillating sprinkler with fully adjustable controls for width, length and for water flow. Length adjustable from 10 to 60 feet, width from 10 to 40 feet. Area coverage from 76 to 2,300 sq. feet.
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I am new to gardening and trying to figure out how to keep my front, back, and side yards watered during this hot, dry summer. I love this sprinkler so much I ordered two - one for the front, and one for the back.
It is very configurable. I can set it to hit the narrow spaces between my house and the neighbors, and to hit the narrow strip in front of my sidewalk. It can also cover the wider area of my entire front yard.
There are levers on the side that take the sprinkler from wide to narrow. You can adjust the width of one or both sides, so one side could be far wide and one side narrow, both sides narrow, or both sides wide.
A twist lever turns the sprinkler off at the base. You can turn the sprinkler off, then turn on your water, then position the sprinkler and set it to a low or high flow. No more trying to move a sprinkler that's set to full blast. You can set it to a two foot range or a 75 ft range.
There are levers on each side that set how far you want it to go over. If you want it to just go to the left, or just to the right, or all the way left to right, or all the way left and partially right - that's adjustable.
Finally, you can swivel the entire head to get it at just the right angle and make small adjustments.
The sprinkler is very well made and feels heavy. It feels like it will last for a long time.
You can see in my photo that I have the sprinkler set to a narrow but long area. My little video shows how to adjust the dials.
Have you stopped looking at other sprinklers yet?? :-)
**I have relied heavily on reviews for years, since I do most of my shopping online. I've finally starting trying to return the favor by writing reviews of products I love. I hope my review was helpful to you!**
First, the good: the sprinkler is incredibly customizable. You can really target the spray pattern to cover smaller or larger areas, and even make somewhat irregular shapes. We tried a number of sprinklers and this was the only one that worked for our yard. We liked the first one so much we bought two more. It also sprays well and evenly, and can be daisy-chained well.
Now, the bad: we used them last fall, put them away for the winter and just took them back out. Two of the three have sprung large leaks from the center body -- see the included image -- almost all of the water is leaking out the center rather than coming out of the nozzles. Two out of three is a ridiculous failure rate for such an expensive sprinkler!
We contacted Gardena for warranty service, and it's been a disaster. First, they have no US office -- their Canada office covers both the US and Canada. They are open very limited hours, but do have a web form to submit issues. Unfortunately, the web form seems to just go into a black hole -- there's no confirmation that you sent anything, and they don't respond. We called their office during the limited hours they're open -- you can only leave a message for their service department who calls back a few days later.
The woman who called back tried to be somewhat helpful. She wants us to ship the (heavy) sprinklers, at our expense, to an inspection office in Michigan and then they'll consider shipping replacements from Canada in 2-3 weeks. They refused to pay for return shipping and said that's just how their warranty works -- the customer is on the hook for shipping, even when the product is defective.
Since we had just reseeded our lawn, we had no choice but to buy replacement sprinklers instead. Reasonable customer service would have been to ship us replacement heads and cover return shipping for the defective heads.
I'm sorry to say that I can't recommend this sprinkler -- it's too bad, because it's really useful -- it just doesn't last and costs too much to replace every year!