Flopro telescopic watering lance

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Buy Flopro telescopic watering lance: <ul><b><li>Extends from 72cm to 102cm</li><li>Choice of 6 spray patterns</li><li>Single-handed adjustment</li></b></ul><br>Enjoy easy watering of hanging baskets and other hard-to-reach plants with this Flopro adjustable lance.<br><br>Extending from 72cm to 102cm as needed, the lightweight lance snap fits to any sstandard hosepipe and features a flexible head that rotates through 180° for a precisely targeted spray even from a distance.<br><br>The water flow adjusts easily with one hand to minimise wastage, while the 6 spray options let you tailor the flow to suit the job at hand. Settings include: vertical; horizontal; cone spray; powerful jet; fine mist and shower.

  • Extends from 72cm to 102cm
  • Choice of 6 spray patterns
  • Single-handed adjustment

Enjoy easy watering of hanging baskets and other hard-to-reach plants with this Flopro adjustable lance.

Extending from 72cm to 102cm as needed, the lightweight lance snap fits to any sstandard hosepipe and features a flexible head that rotates through 180° for a precisely targeted spray even from a distance.

The water flow adjusts easily with one hand to minimise wastage, while the 6 spray options let you tailor the flow to suit the job at hand. Settings include: vertical; horizontal; cone spray; powerful jet; fine mist and shower.

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