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Raindrip R675CT Analog 3-Dial Water Timer
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- Easy-to-program and attaches to any outdoor faucet, standard drip tubing, or garden hose
- Solenoid and diaphragm valve on/off control
- Low battery indicator
- Fail safe to off when battery level becomes low
- AA alkaline batteries (2) not included
- Program retained when batteries are replaced (if changed within 15 seconds)
- Must have minimum PSI for unit to work properly
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This Analog 3 dial water timer features include a bonus universal fitting, timed rain delay & timed manual watering.
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 3 x 10.7 in||4.25 x 6 x 2.6 in||0.35 x 3.13 x 4.5 in||5.19 x 2.36 x 5.11 in||6.62 x 3 x 10.3 in|
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UPDATE 02-16-2015: Last season I had 3 units irrigating parts of the yard. All of them worked without a problem or leaks. The front plastic face plate, under the settings dials faded from sun exposure and both have cracks and flaking of the surface plastic. But the numbers can still be read very easily. It's surprising how many plastic products don't have UV stabilizing chemicals in their formula. Planned obsolescence?
So this little device has been trucking along for over a year. I believe i have had to replace the batteries once. It has worked wonderfully at automatically watering some new trees I planted back in 2011. These are great devices! Good Luck!
Having said that, it's simple to use. There's no clock, so if you want it to water once a day, you go out and turn it on at exactly the time you want it to start. What they don't tell you is that if you go out at 7pm, hook it up, set it to 24hrs *nothing* will happen. You have to wait 24hrs to see if the thing is working. You can still use the manual override to make sure it will turn on and water will flow. You are exchanging some options for simplicity of use, but if you want something to run your drip system once or twice a day, it's basically easy.
*Supposedly* it turn off if the battery dies. I haven't tested this but I bet it will do exactly that--my old one didn't.
There is a battery gauge built in but it isn't clear how it works. I'm guessing that it will start blinking at you if there is a problem.
Basically, a simple device with new dreaded menus, but I doubt it will last more than a few years without a protective cover. Take a magic marker and put a red mark on the black dials because they are impossible to read.
Easy setup, easy manual watering. I like that I can just turn the dial back to off and then put it to the time I want and it is so simple. The setup of this is much faster than many of the other watering timers I have tried which is why I bought another one.