Flopro elite tripod sprinkler

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Buy Flopro elite tripod sprinkler: This versatile sprinkler adjusts in height from 40-95cm and in spraying angle from 0-360 degrees to give you the right coverage for your garden. Ideal for lawns, beds, borders and taller plants and shrubs.<br><br>The sturdy metal tripod has weighted legs for stability, while the heavy duty metal sprinkler head easily adjusts to give you a choice of dense or light spray (dependent on water pressure).<br><br>Includes distance adjustment and anti-backsplash arm. Supplied with brass gooseneck attachment which fits all standard hose connectors.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Spray diameter - 12-21m<br>Coverage - 346m2

This versatile sprinkler adjusts in height from 40-95cm and in spraying angle from 0-360 degrees to give you the right coverage for your garden. Ideal for lawns, beds, borders and taller plants and shrubs.

The sturdy metal tripod has weighted legs for stability, while the heavy duty metal sprinkler head easily adjusts to give you a choice of dense or light spray (dependent on water pressure).

Includes distance adjustment and anti-backsplash arm. Supplied with brass gooseneck attachment which fits all standard hose connectors.

Measurements:
Spray diameter - 12-21m
Coverage - 346m2

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