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NELSON

Model # 50216

Internet # 202562736

Store SKU # 483015

90 sq. ft. Pattern Pro Sprinkler

$19.97 /each

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Model # 50216

Internet # 202562736

Store SKU # 483015

The NELSON 90 sq. ft. Pattern Pro Sprinkler is an impact sprinkler that's designed to deliver up to 90 sq. ft. of watering coverage. The sprinkler's plastic construction offers durability.

  • Assembled dimension: 11 in. W x 10.75 in. D x 7.25 in. H
  • Plastic construction with taupe and silver coloring
  • 90 sq. ft. of coverage
  • 5/8 in. round fitting connection
  • Maximum pressure of 60 psi
  • Use for watering applications
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
90 
Fitting Size 
5/8 
Product Depth (in.) 
10.75 
Product Height (in.) 
7.25 
Product Width (in.) 
11 
Details
Base Material 
Plastic 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Decorative 
No 
Maximum Pressure (PSI) 
60 
Maximum Spray Distance (ft.) 
90 
Motion Sensor 
No 
Sprinkler Base Type 
Stand 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year 

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Sprinkler locks up. Suggestions to resolve this?

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I have bought several of these sprinklers and each time the sprinkler has started out working great and over time it begins to get hung up on one end. Any suggestions on how to resolve this?
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If the water in your area has high mineral content the problem might be a build up of these minerals inside the sprinkler. If you suspect this is the problem, soak sprinkler in 50/50 solution of water and plain white vinegar. Mineral deposits will dissolve in about 15 minutes. Rinse well to wash out all mineral residue. If you have this problem be sure all water drains out of sprinkler after each use. Read More
If the water in your area has high mineral content the problem might be a build up of these minerals inside the sprinkler. If you suspect this is the problem, soak sprinkler in 50/50 solution of water and plain white vinegar. Mineral deposits will dissolve in about 15 minutes. Rinse well to wash out all mineral residue. If you have this problem be sure all water drains out of sprinkler after each use. This will slow the build up of mineral deposits.
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I have had the same experience with two of these sprinklers, usually toward the end of the second session. I have tried a small amount of various lubricants, which worked for a short time, but in the end I ended up buying a new one.
I am going to try keep my latest sprinkler in the garage when not in use, I believe the sun deteriorates the yellow plastic ring that controls the spray distance, to see if Read More
I have had the same experience with two of these sprinklers, usually toward the end of the second session. I have tried a small amount of various lubricants, which worked for a short time, but in the end I ended up buying a new one.
I am going to try keep my latest sprinkler in the garage when not in use, I believe the sun deteriorates the yellow plastic ring that controls the spray distance, to see if that allows it to last longer. Read Less
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Can this sprinkler be connected in line. 4 in a row.

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I have not tried that, but it does have a connection that can be uncovered to allow pass through so I imagine it would be possible. I'm not sure if a garden hose would have enough pressure to run all four connected.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 52 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Sprinkler EVER!!! I was skeptical that this sprinkler would work as described, After some "trial and error" of adjustments, it works PERFECTLY! We no longer waste water watering our sidewalk or driveway. We've had ours for about 5 months now, with no problems whatsoever. Once you get the hang of adjusting the distance you want the water to spray, it's a breeze to set up again when you move it around the yard. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. August 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy this brand... The concept of this sprinkler is genius! When working properly, it can water an unusual shaped yard efficiently without wasting excess water. There are two problems with this brand of sprinkler. On day two of sprinkler use, it failed to rotate on its own. I nudged it gently thinking it was just a one time problem to get it going again. In a 30 minute time span, I had to "nudge" it 6 times or it would just sit in one direction. Lastly after 4 days of use, the entire sprinkler head rotated itself off the base of the sprinkler. This was probably caused by the water pressure that slowly unscrewed the head off. One would think you could screw it back on easily, but you can't as the screw base is loose and moveable. Thus every time you try to screw the head back on, the screw base just rotates with the head. You can't screw the head back on since you can't hold the screw base (it's hidden inside the base of the sprinkler) while screwing the head back on. I'm done and fed up with this sprinkler. I went and purchased the same sprinkler made from Gilmour and couldn't be happier! August 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unit doesn't hold the spray circumference that you set When setting this unit, the sprayer unit rotates on the base at will, thus negating the spray circumference that you set. At first, I thought someone had moved the unit because my driveway was soaked and my grass wasn't as wet as it should have been. So, I looked at my security video camera and nobody tampered with it. So, I set it again. Twice in 1 hour it has rotated on it's own. I can't get it to water the area that I set it for for more than a few minutes. I've had this unit for only one day, so it's going back to Home Depot for a refund. May 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disposable Sprinkler This sprinkler is another example of junk being sold. I bought two of these and one broke completely apart and became unusable after only 3 weeks. The other one lasted 5 weeks so on average you can expect about 4 weeks of lawn water before you throw these away. July 17, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mediocre purchase at best This constantly locks up or gets stuck while it "goes up" on the yellow ring to reduce distance. Don't waste your money. June 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 25% success rate, not too hopefully on one working. Bought one of these sprinklers to further improve my watering setup in my backyard. Was straight forward to setup and adjust. Found it to work pretty well and promptly bought a 2nd to accompany the first. I purchased 2 and returned them because they would not rotate on their own especially when the sprayer reached an adjustment point and had to shorten the spray distance, it would stay in place. Though that because they both appeared as having been previously used that they we damaged and were returned without notifying staff they were bad, took care of that. Returned to the original store I bought my first and picked one that was cherry, nicely packed, no scuffs, looked great. Set it up just as the first and still same problem. Did additional research and bought the model at Lowes from Gilmour, worked great right out of the box. Will replace the first one with a Gilmour when and if it fails, time will tell. May 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Finally a sprinkler that works After purchasing and returning multiple Gilmour sprinkler models from Lowes (who does not carry Nelson sprinklers), my wife and I finally gave it one more attempt at getting our recently hydro-seeded lawn sprinklers. The Nelson Pattern Pro was exactly what we needed. We have well-water and our water pressure isn't great when split 4-ways for sprinklers so it was great to find that the nelson handled this fine, not only that but covered a very large area (we have 0.6 acres and only needed 4). I never write up reviews online, but we spent days looking for a decent sprinkler so hopefully this can help others find one quicker than we did!!! May 14, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Caution - New 2015 model is junk! I have two of the original models with the circular base that have performed very well for the past two years. I added a section of lawn and went down to purchase another one here in the Spring of 2015. This was clearly a newer model (52016) that no longer has a circular base and is now called a Contour Master rather then Pattern Pro.It was the only model available at Home Depot so I assume this is Nelson's replacement for the Pattern Pro model. The first impression was that the plastic seemed thinner and it no longer has a solid arch support from the functional ring down to the base of the unit, but instead relies solely on the central shaft to the base for support. I placed it inline on the same water distribution line that the older Pattern Pro's are on and fired everything up. It sat there shooting water in a straight line and did not start to rotate! I had to go over and tap it lightly to get it going. Repeated this test 4 times with same result. Obviously not a good thing if you water automatically using a timer. The water stream is no longer fairly evenly dispersed like the older model. The majority of it spews out in a straight line with huge globules of water and just a little mist in between. Very bad for any plants that you don't want to get hammered by the water. Having had good success with the older model I already drilled larger holes for the stakes I had on hand so not likely returnable to Home Depot now. Avoid purchasing this new model is certainly my opinion and I'll be searching the web to see if the old model is still available somewhere. April 21, 2015
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