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Ray Padula Time It! Duo - Dual Outlet Manual Timer

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Ray Padula Time It! Duo - Dual Outlet Manual Timer
The Ray Padula Time It! Duo Dual Outlet Timer provides the functionality of 2 watering zones. Simply attach the Time It! Duo to your hose faucet and water the front and back yard without moving the hose - automatically Time It! Duo allows simultaneous or single zone operation up to 2 hours of timed watering. A manual option allows continuous flow to use the hose for other tasks (like washing the car) without having to remove Time It! Duo from the faucet.
  • Dual outlet manual timer
  • 2-Zone operation - water the front and back yard without moving the hose
  • Timed watering up to 2 hours - or manual on
  • Rubber, EZGrip hose coupling simplifies faucet attachment
  • Heavy-duty ABS plastic construction
  • Blue
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5 Year Warranty

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Ray Padula Time It! Duo - Dual Outlet Manual Timer
 
5.0

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5.0

Best Solution for simple watering

By rb

from Miramar Beach, Florida

About Me Professional Landscaper

Pros

  • Adjustable Settings
  • Conserves Water
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Outdoor Garden
    • Watering the Lawn

    Comments about Ray Padula Time It! Duo - Dual Outlet Manual Timer:

    I use this for a two zone underground sprinkler system. I don't have to program it or use batteries. I just go out and turn on the zone I want to water and let it do it's thing. Don't have to worry about using water when it's already raining out. Inexpensive way to do this and relatively easy.

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