Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by containergardener drip irrigation sprinkler heads
I have used these heads in a container garden drip irrigation system for over a year. Mainly tomatoes, but some peppers and squash. They are adjustable and although they do occasionally clog (happened once in a whole year) they unscrew easily to allow for the debris to flush through. Make sure and use a 1/2" feed hose with 1/4" runners to the heads. I used a 90 degree with a two inch piece of 1/4" at the end to make little stand-up sprinklers. The container grown veggies outperform my in the ground garden 10:1 easily - and weeding is a non-issue. Wish I had discovered these things twenty years ago...
July 16, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Catie dig rocks
Drippers on a row of privet, a small square of lawn and a clay pot inline with a Digg timer. The dripper adjusts by turning the top. The top will unscrew completely and goes back on easily. The base is free to rotate, unless it is anchored (held). Clockwise lowers the volume. Counterclockwise turns up the rate of flow. At the low volume, the flow is almost zero (~0.06 GPM). The privet went in and I just adjusted the flow. They are great as adjustable drippers, but won't water an area evenly on sprinkler. The water distribution of the sprinkler is at the perimeter of the circle, with dry(ish) ground in the center. Perfect for certain applications, but wrong for watering seeds, golf courses or sprouts. Drippers from four companies are in my bucket. Dig drippers consistently outlast and outperform the others. Cute logo, too ;)
November 11, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by dickey46 Old version better than new version
I've used these drippers for 10 years. I've never had a problem until now. The newly designed version has 2 arrows at the top with a copy write looking logo in the middle of the top. This version does not work. I try to adjust it and I get either very, very little drip or full on 10 GPH. I looked at the difference and it seems they have fully revamped the design so it no longer works (form me at least). Off to look for the old versions in stores...
May 8, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by BuildMontana Not very adjustable
Although these are supposed to be 0 to 10 GPH adjustable drippers, in actual use they are probably 2 to 10 GPH. There is no real adjustment at the low end, they are either off or about 2GPH. This may be fine for a garden setting where excess water is no problem, in a greenhouse, or for watering pots, they will provide too much water and pots will be flooded.
July 21, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by AZHomer Not adjustable as a fan spray
We bought a bunch of these emitters expecting them to be adjustable. If you want less than approximately 6 GPH you will have to close the emitter to the point that you lose the fan type spray and it just drips out. If you want a fan type spray with a low GPH get a mister instead. Yes you will have to clean the tip now and then but it will fan the spray. These are only good for areas that need 6+ GPH of water.
June 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by murch Great way to spread water on a long narrow plot
We put in a long narrow (16") flower garden along our sidewalk. These adjustable heads spread about every foot water this area perfectly.
May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mikey Pricey but fabulouus dripper
Amateur beginner dripper kinda guy, this is the best dripper I've tried. Several other adjustable drippers just can't get it right. This one does.
April 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pianoman Excellent example of good customer service.
Product was ready by when advised making the pick up process in a crowded store a simple painless procedure.
December 10, 2013