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14.6 x 10.4 x 10.5 inches
1 pounds
Rain Bird
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9.9
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Buyer's Reviews 489

I usually use scientific tubes, universal transparent materials, because I never know what's different until I want something harder. The general transparent pipe is terrible low pressure and dripping water to irrigate many plants, because the transmitter can be placed without the pipe to try to keep its shape too much, and move it after placement. This is where the Rain Bird tube fails, it is hard and hard, and it is not easy to place at the bottom of the plant. However, I like this pipe because of its rigidity. The Rain Bird tube has a spray emitter and higher pressure. With higher pressure, the launchers will fly away from the science pipeline if they are not super glued there. The Rain Bird tube keeps them in place, but this is also a problem because it keeps them so well that I have to cut off the launcher for cleaning or replacement! However, the pipe is durable, hard, etc., and remains upright when I put it on a rattan post and the scientific / chemical tube droops. RainBird advantages * rigidity and keep the shape * keep the transmitter * 250ft fair price! Disadvantage * the transmitter must be cut off! : (* very hard! The advantages of science * may be cheaper depending on where you shop. * very flexible. * removable transmitter * transmitter blowing

9 x 6.9 x 1.4 inches
12.8 ounces
9.5
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This thing is soft. It is very easy to use and does not require heating to push the barb connector. However, if you have high-pressure water, this hose will blow off the T-joint. Either use tie packaging or use a voltage reducer. I have huge flowerpots on deck and sit on carts so that when a storm comes, they can be rolled or moved close to the house. Each planter has about six feet of the hose, which makes it easy to roll a hose of about a foot or two every few days. The key is that the water does not rot out of the cedar deck because there is nothing to cover the water and let it soak in it. This hose makes it much easier to move huge flowerpots.

6.5 x 2.6 x 6.5 inches
1 pounds
Raindrip
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9.0
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This is a great product, and if used correctly, I use it in almost all possible configurations, and I am very satisfied with it (almost 150 feet). After reading some negative comments (too many vulnerabilities and irregular traffic), I would like to point out some tips to my other users, including Do's and Don's. To defend those negative comments, I must say that amzn vendors may have left some notes. If you look at three inches. Soak the hoses and you will see that they are equipped with a flow reducer, not because it is designed to reduce size, so you have to use your own (S). If you remove the current reducer from the 3 garden submersible, you will end up with the same problem. Let's assume you have a 20-foot PVC tube and you drill a mini hole per inch. Now, open the water valve at full flow and full pressure. You will see water rushing out of the first hole at full speed, and the pressure of each hole at the end of the pipe decreases: each hole reduces the water pressure and volume of the next hole. If your pipe is long enough, the flow of the last hole will be very small compared to the first hole, with little flow. Now repeat the experiment to reduce the pressure and volume, if you find a balance point, you will reach a point. The same laws of physics apply to this, so:-use pressure reducers: drip irrigation systems are designed for 20 not 60 or 70 like your home pipes. -use pressure compensation emitters or valves.

9 x 3 x 9.6 inches
1.15 pounds
One Stop Outdoor
9.0
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I have installed this pipe in my vegetable garden and garden. Except for the 1 "director, that's all I use. I cut a line of 3 or 4 transmitters (18 "or 24") from the spool and surrounded them around the factory so that it could be watered evenly in all respects. Because of the distance between the factory and the main line, I usually need to run a short 1 "solid 1" tube from the main line, then splice the transmitter tube together and place the lid at the end of it. Then I nailed the tubing into a circle and finished it! The flow was perfect, and after a year of use, I didn't find any problems with the transmitter working properly.

23.2 x 20.2 x 12 inches
19.5 pounds
Rain Bird
8.6
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It's a great thing. It works well. It's much faster than PVC. If you have a standard housing batch of 0.10 to 0.18500 feet, it should be enough. Note: because the internal size is .6 (about 5 "), many 1" connectors will not work. Buy companies that make it clear that they are working for 0. 5-0. 7. I found that the Home Depot's thick 1 blue connector works very well.

9.1 x 9 x 2.7 inches
1.2 pounds
One Stop Outdoor
8.3
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I changed this type of drip line for my shrubs on the steep hillside. I get more water with this plant than with one or two regular drips. I put this in a circle around the factory eyedropper and connected it to the standard 1 "hose with a T connector to connect to the 5" main line. This kind of emitter hose works well even if it is covered with leaves, unlike other transmitters I have used. The only drawback is that hoses are easily pierced by squirrels and other rodents.

7.7 x 7.2 x 2.5 inches
1.5 pounds
KORAM
7.8
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We bought and used a package of this 100-foot irrigation pipe, and when it was brown, we thought it was almost impossible to see it at a glance, so we ordered standard black for the next three rolls of 100 feet. Anyway, we used this pipe to set up a system around the yard to protect our Podocarpus bushes. The following are our products for irrigation systems: (quantity 1) Koram 100 'brown tubing (quantity 3) 100' irrigation tubing 1/4'Gunsamg 1 'blank distribution tubing drip irrigation hose (100 feet) (quantity 1) timer track 3 outlet programmable hose faucet timer (quantity 2) 50 bags drip launcher Axe Sickle (Pty herbaceous garden. (Q2) 30 packs 1 "coupling joint rainbird BC25-30ps drip irrigation universal 1" barbed joint, suitable for all sizes of 1 "eyedropper, 30 packs (quantity 2) hose end plug Raindrip 304G00UB 5" hose end plug, with 3 inch cap, loose (quantity 1) soil / moisture / pH tester soil tester, Deepw high precision and readable indicator (no battery required) is also used from another irrigation kit. I did, but I didn't buy Amazon. How TIPS sets up your system:-make the distribution tube easier to work by simply soaking it in a warm HO.

2.5 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches
8.8 ounces
Rain Drip
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7.4
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I like this one to be a little softer than any other brand I've ever used to make it easier to insert.

21 x 16.6 x 20.8 inches
0.16 ounces
Rain Bird
7.5
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Buyer's Reviews 166

Much better than any soaked hose. I was skeptical about the idea of "pressure compensation," so I tested it under various pressure 18-40PSI, measured the flow of the proximity transmitter, and the flow at the far end of the hose, yes, it spanned the pressure very evenly, from one end to the other. One of the different things I would do is to order hoses with emitters every 12 "instead of every 18".

9 x 3 x 9.6 inches
8.5 ounces
DIG Corporation
6.9
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For years, a 1-inch drip line has been used to irrigate a "big" 20-inch x60 'garden in southwest Denver. However, the drip line, which is spaced every six inches, is hard to find at local hypermarkets, but can be bought from the trusted Amazon website. This technology is the ultimate technology of "plug and play" drip irrigation, because over time, the emitter will not be clogged by soil / debris, and there is no problem staying in the garden in winter. The 6-inch emitter spacing is perfect for a wide range of irrigated crops, from radishes to red raspberries. Moreover, the eyedropper is very easy to install and maintain.

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Product Dimensions 14.6 x 10.4 x 10.5 inches - 6.5 x 2.6 x 6.5 inches 9 x 3 x 9.6 inches 23.2 x 20.2 x 12 inches - - 2.5 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches 21 x 16.6 x 20.8 inches 9 x 3 x 9.6 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds 12.8 ounces 1 pounds 1.15 pounds 19.5 pounds 1.2 pounds 1.5 pounds 8.8 ounces 0.16 ounces 8.5 ounces
Manufacturer Rain Bird - Raindrip One Stop Outdoor Rain Bird One Stop Outdoor KORAM Rain Drip Rain Bird DIG Corporation
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