Flopro eco smart watering 12

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Buy Flopro eco smart watering 12: <ul><b><li>Eco-friendly - powered by rain and sun</li><li>Uses up to 90% less water than a hose</li><li>Waters more in sunny weather</li></b></ul><br>Make efficient use of collected rainwater with this easy solar irrigation system. Designed for use with water butts and other non-pressurised water sources, the 12 drippers operate automatically every 3 hours to keep plants hydrated.<br><br>Perfect for dry spells and holidays, the unit is simple to set up and will water up to 5 large hanging baskets or 12 x 20 litre pots.<br><br> For maximum efficiency, the unit waters more in sunny weather and detects darkness to switch the controller off at night. A 200 litre water butt will typically last around 3 weeks.<br><br>Kit includes: 1 x smart solar controller with integrated pump; 1 x water level sensor; 1 x inlet filter; 1 x anti-siphon device; 1 x syringe; 1 x 15m tube; 12 x each of drippers, stakes and tees; 3 x NimH rechargeable batteries.

  • Eco-friendly - powered by rain and sun
  • Uses up to 90% less water than a hose
  • Waters more in sunny weather

Make efficient use of collected rainwater with this easy solar irrigation system. Designed for use with water butts and other non-pressurised water sources, the 12 drippers operate automatically every 3 hours to keep plants hydrated.

Perfect for dry spells and holidays, the unit is simple to set up and will water up to 5 large hanging baskets or 12 x 20 litre pots.

For maximum efficiency, the unit waters more in sunny weather and detects darkness to switch the controller off at night. A 200 litre water butt will typically last around 3 weeks.

Kit includes: 1 x smart solar controller with integrated pump; 1 x water level sensor; 1 x inlet filter; 1 x anti-siphon device; 1 x syringe; 1 x 15m tube; 12 x each of drippers, stakes and tees; 3 x NimH rechargeable batteries.

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