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Orbit 62009 3-Way Plastic Hose Faucet Valve Manifold
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- Ideal for multiple hose connections or hose faucet valves
- Includes 3 shut-off valves and 2 side connections for multiple hose connections
- Standard 3/4 In. female brass threaded swivel connection
- Includes mounting bracket for stability
- For outdoor use with cold water only
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|Item Dimensions||6.25 x 9 x 12.25 inches|
|Item Weight||0.6 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||62009|
|Shipping Weight||0.6 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 12.25 x 6.25 in||—||2 x 6 x 2 in||7.8 x 0.02 x 6.25 in||—||3.3 x 8.5 x 1.2 in|
|Item Weight||0.6 lb||7 ounces||2.15 lbs||—||—||—|
|Material Type||Plastic||zinc||—||Brass||rubber, zinc||Other Materials|
|Size||1||—||—||1||—||5/8" (inches) x 3' (feet)|
The Orbit 62009 Plastic Hose Faucet Manifold has 3 hose outlets with shut-offs and 2 side connections for multiple hose connections. It has a standard 3/4 In. female brass swivel connection, leak-free ball valves, and includes a mounting brace for greater stability. Its strong plastic-ribbed construction makes for a durable product with consistent performance.
From the Manufacturer
This strong poly ribbed manifold has 3 hose outlets with shut-offs and 2 side connections for multiple hose connections. It has a standard 3/4 In. swivel connection, leak-free ball valve, and includes a mounting brace for greater stability.
Top customer reviews
I thought being made of plastic instead of metal the manifold would be flimsy and would crack easily, but so far it seems very sturdy. It comes with a metal brace and the hardware necessary to attach the brace to the house but I found no need for it. It connects to a hose reel and to an underground PVC line, so there's really no great amount of stress being placed on it.
I'm completely satisfied with this hose manifold. If it lasts only a year I'll replace it with no complaints. If it lasts longer it belongs in the garden hose accessory hall of fame. For ten bucks it already performs better than anything else I've used at any price.
Update, I went to use the hoses yesterday and there has been 2 pin hole leaks in the middle connector making it impossible to use
I have enclosed a few pix and if you can enlarge it you will see the water spraying out from the face of it
I just wonder if this has happened to anyone else before ?
From Aug-Dec had no problems at all
This faucet valve comes with a brace you can attach to the back to bear some of the weight of the hoses, but I didn't attach it and I don't think I need to. Everything is tight and sturdy as can be. Maybe the angle of my faucet coming out of the wall makes it unnecessary to have a brace. After my experience with my last 2-way faucet valve I bought some washers for this one, but I haven't needed them at all. Not a drop of escaped water. I run a hose to one garden, a hose to a second garden in the opposite direction, and a hose across the yard to a dog pen. I had forgotten that sometimes I need water at the faucet for other things as well and was thinking about getting a 4-way faucet, when I realized the end cap screws off and there is your 4th outlet, and even a fifth one on the other side.
I love this thing. It has solved so many problems for me. And again, it's sturdy! Nothing moves when I yank on one of the hoses. What a difference from my "better" metal one!
One month of constant use later: This connector has had a workout. Everything still works smoothly. I guess that is what impresses me most after having struggled with a brass connector. The individual dials turn sooo easily and when they are off, there is no leakage. This whole thing is so well made.
Another update -
One year later I am having to buy another one. I think the couple of deep freezes we had this winter did it in. But the price makes it painless to replace.
Ball Valves work smoothly and shut off completely.
Manifold comes with a steel brace, mounting screws, and instructions.
To avoid the extra work of drilling holes in the block wall, I didn't use the enclosed steel brace. Instead, I measured the installed length of the Manifold to the ground at the intersection of the wall -- cut a length of White Schedule 40 PVC to fit, and have an easily-removable brace that's a plenty strong.
I mounted a RainBird Pressure Gauge on the center valve -- an Orbit Digital Timer on the right that feeds a RainBird Gear-Drive Sprinkler -- and a 37' hose with a Bel-Aire Nozzle on the 3rd port for durability and versatility.
All this behind a Valterra A01-1122VP High Flow, 55-lb Lead-Free Pressure Regulator -- ALL available here at Amazon.
My order arrived promptly and in perfect condition. Thanks, Amazon !!
One of my hoses leaked after installing it hand tight so I gently used pliers to turn it another quarter turn, at which point it leaked worse. Close inspection showed that the middle plastic threads on the center outlet had shredded right off. I added an extra washer the same hose, attached it to the adjacent outlet by hand, and it worked fine.
For now, I can live without the third outlet so I decided not to return it. If you realize up front it is fragile and only hand tighten the hoses, it's probably OK. If the threads seem "too long" just put in an extra 25 cent washer and it should snug up OK. Works fine for now but I'll probably pay more for a brass version once this one fails.
I was able to attached the time to one of the valves and turn that to the on position at all times. I attached my regular hose to a second valve and turn it off when I wasn't watering plants. The third valve I didn't use at all and kept it in the off position at all times. This allowed me to open the 2nd valve as needed and water plants very easily.
Also, it never leaked, which was a plus considering the pressure it was under.
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