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Kingfisher Electronic Water Timer

Kingfisher Electronic Water Timer

by Kingfisher

(4.9/5)
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Sometimes your garden needs watered even when you are not around, so this handy Kingfisher Electronic Water Timer will make sure that your tender, growing plants get all the water they need, when they need it.

This timer fits between your outdoor tap and the hosepipe. It can be programmed both for the frequency of times that it comes on, as well as the duration of each operation. This then allows you to set up a watering cycle that can span up to 24 times in a day, each day or weekly, with the length of each operation spanning 1 to 120 minutes. You can also set this to continuous if there is a longer job you want to tackle.

  • Automatically control the frequency and duration of watering.
  • Battery operated, so no wiring required.
  • Ideal for holiday periods.

This handy gadget gives you the ability to care for your garden, even when you are not around, meaning that you can attain a lot more success from your gardening efforts than before. It runs on 2 x AAA batteries, not supplied, so you won’t even have to worry about wiring this up, just fit inline and you’re away.

Customer note: Compatible with most major brands.

4.9/5
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(5/5)
simple and strong
Peterleics
this auto water device replaces one which cost abot3 times more and leaks into the electronica so when it rains it goes on the blink.\the new one isbeautifully watetight,brilliant design,simple to use and very keenly priced.I am delighted with it
(5/5)
Great value.It does what it says.
Douglas
(5/5)
Great value
annhewett25
Very impressed by your company and excellent delivery service would certainly order from you in the future. Thank you for prompt despatch of order.
(4.5/5)
Solidly made and good value
Richard
This works well, as long as the batteries last that is. Worth keeping some spares around as it could fail in the open position and cause problems. Seems a very solid and well designed device which I'll be able to test in a month or two when summer comes...