Hozelock ultramax multi spray gun

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Buy Hozelock ultramax multi spray gun: <ul><strong><li>Choice of 7 spray patterns</li><li>Tough and durable zinc alloy</li><li>Soft grip and lockable trigger for comfort</li></strong></ul><br>This versatile Hozelock spray gun lets you control both the pattern and strength of the spray for ultimate flexibility.<br><br>The seven spray pattern options come in handy for a variety of uses around the garden, from delicate watering to filling buckets, blast washing to rinsing the car. Settings include cone spray; powerful jet; fast-fill; rose spray; fan spray; fine mist and aerated spray.<br><br>A flow control from 50-100% lets you choose the power of the spray, while a lockable trigger reduces strain on your hand during prolonged use.<br><br>Made with a tough die cast metal body, the gun has a soft moulded plastic coating for secure, comfortable handling when wet or dry. A universal male hose end connector makes it compatible with all Hozelock fittings.

  • Choice of 7 spray patterns
  • Tough and durable zinc alloy
  • Soft grip and lockable trigger for comfort

This versatile Hozelock spray gun lets you control both the pattern and strength of the spray for ultimate flexibility.

The seven spray pattern options come in handy for a variety of uses around the garden, from delicate watering to filling buckets, blast washing to rinsing the car. Settings include cone spray; powerful jet; fast-fill; rose spray; fan spray; fine mist and aerated spray.

A flow control from 50-100% lets you choose the power of the spray, while a lockable trigger reduces strain on your hand during prolonged use.

Made with a tough die cast metal body, the gun has a soft moulded plastic coating for secure, comfortable handling when wet or dry. A universal male hose end connector makes it compatible with all Hozelock fittings.

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