Watering Made Easy Combo Sprinkler Pack (2 Original and 1 Squared) K45
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- Stays aimed and in place between waterings
- Hides underground, below mower
- Quick Connector with automatic shutoff included
- Works with your garden hose
- 3 Sprinklers included
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3-pack - Sprinkler Stations - (2) Original + (1) Squared. A Watering Made Easy Sprinkler Station is a lawn sprinkler that stops the cycle of placing, aiming, re-aiming and moving the sprinkler to mow. A Sprinkler Station hides underground between uses, and pop-ups aimed perfectly every time you click on your garden hose. Easy to install; there are no trenches and pipe to bury, just dig a 10" hole for the sprinkler and aim it one time. The included quick connector means no screwing the hose onto the sprinkler, just click it on. Additionally, there is no reason to kink a dripping hose while you walk to the sprinkler or walk back and forth to the spigot after you walk to the lawn. The Quick Connector is also an automatic shut-off valve, so the water does not flow when you walk to the sprinkler, even with the water on! As soon as you click it onto the sprinkler, the water automatically flows and the sprinkler pops up and waters. Sprinkler Stations are a permanent, sensible solution that adds value to your life and home.
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The pop up sprinklers are a different story. All three packages had defective pop up sprinklers. Where all three of them were defective was at the 90 degree turns in the system, and one of them the top of the sprinkler where a screw is popped off and cannot be replaced. The tubing/piping is in the shape of a U which you can see from the pics of the product. To do this they cut the pipe and it appears melt/glue them together. All three had leaks in these "welds". Thank goodness I tested them before putting in the ground. So, I contacted Watering Made Easy, you can only leave a voice-mail when you call. You can fill out a form online as well with questions or issues, but it says on there that it can take up to 3 weeks for their response. Being that this was the middle of summer and I needed sprinklers now I called hoping I'd hear back soon. So, I left a voice-mail and did hear back relatively quickly, within 48 hours. They said they were sorry this happened, and they did mail out to me replacement ones. I was encouraged even though I was frustrated with the larger rotating ones. That encouragement lasted only minutes after getting the replacement ones as ALL of those had leaks as well. So on the pop ups 6 out of 6 were defective. Ultimately I gave up on these pop up ones and will let it go. Disappointed in the lack of quality control and quality of the pop ups, and overall frustrated with the issue of the larger ones sticking in place. I have not decided if I will take all the ones I did put in the ground, the larger rotating ones, and return back to Amazon. When they are rotating they are great, but their lack of staying rotating is extremely frustrating.
They use the Orbit Super Jet Impact Sprinkler found here and it is widely available: [...]
It's also sold at Amazon for about 10 bucks !!!
Make the connection yourself with 1/2 inch pipe and a connector and you're good to go. You can get the parts at every store.
Watch the amazon review (see above link): i had the same problem. One sprinkler was stuck at 1 position. No matter what you do. Customer support sent a replacement head. Thanks.
The elbow joints looked suspicious so I connected the hose to test them. Good thing I did because they leaked considerably. Imagine going through the hassle of burying them to discover your pressure was "robbed" . . .
I applied thick beads of a glue designed for fish tanks, let it cure and re-tested. Success.
The insatallation was straight forward and they work well - surprisingly quiet compared to the metal sprinklers I'm used to.
I'm keen to see if they survive their first Ontario winter.
(I blew them out with my leave blower and put a little windshield washer fluid in them for paranoia's sake)
If they perform as well this spring as they did last summer, I will buy more for the back yard.