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Ortho Dial 'N Spray Hose End Sprayer
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Ortho

Dial 'N Spray Hose End Sprayer

  • Connects directly to Ortho concentrates
  • 14 dial settings
  • 3 adjustable spray patterns
$11.52 /each

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Make spraying liquid weed killers, insect killers, fungicides, and fertilizers easy with Ortho Dial 'N Spray Hose End Sprayer. The extended-grip design keeps your hands dry during application and the direct-connect design makes attaching Ortho concentrate bottles fast and easy. Also, there are 3 adjustable spray patterns and 14 dial settings, so you can trust that you are spraying the precise amount of product-every time.

  • Makes spraying liquid weed killers, insect killers, fungicides and fertilizers easier
  • Extended-grip design keeps hands dry during application
  • Direct-connect design makes attaching to Ortho concentrate bottles fast and easy
  • Features three adjustable spray patterns: shower, fan and jet
  • Features 14 dial settings to automatically apply the precise amount of product-every time

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What is the farthest distance the application will spray?

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Length of distribution would depend on the water pressure of the water.
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August 25, 2016
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It sprayed about 8 feet for me. I was using an extremely long hose with lower than normal water pressure. I would guess you could get10-12 feet with a shorter hose and better water pressure.
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August 4, 2016
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When holding the unit about waist-high, at an angle to shoot as far as possible:
Full spray: ~15'
Flat spray: ~20'
Narrow stream: ~30'
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April 27, 2016
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Mine, on 'jet', will shoot out to a distance of 35ft. On 'spray', 10ft. Then 'soak', 6ft.
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October 27, 2015
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About 6-7 feet
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September 15, 2015
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The sprayer head has 3 different patterns, flat, jet, and shower. I estimate at shoulder height my sprayer on flat and shower has a range of 25 feet, and on jet about 40 feet. The range you get will vary according to your water pressure.
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15 ft.
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I will say I got 15 feet but might be generous. The streamer setting will get you out the farthest.
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July 25, 2015
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With the Jet spray pattern this applicator is expected to reach 20-25 feet in horizontal distance.
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how to set liquid dial

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The dial sticks out of the side of the unit. You simply spin it to the dilution you need. There are several ounce-per-gallon and teaspoon options.
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The dial determines how many ounces of concentrate per gallon of water are applied. Follow the directions of your concentrate. For example, if the concentrate that I am using in the sprayer jar has instructions that state 2 ounces per gallon of water, set the dial to 2 ounces.
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Rotate clearly marked dial to number on concentrate bottle.
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Follow the directions on your chemical label for the amount to use. Then you turn the dial to the number, 3, 3.5, 4, etc, add liquid chemical to the jar, screw the jar into the sprayer top, turn the sprayer to "Off", turn on your water source, wear protective eyewear and gloves always, then pull the trigger.
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The white dial rotates and can be turned either left or right.
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July 4, 2015
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I suppose it depends on the product you need to spray. The label on my tree spray says to apply at 1 fl oz per gallon. I just turned the dial to the 1 oz. setting.
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June 19, 2015
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The dial setting is based on ounces per gallon. You can attach a concentrate bottle to the sprayer bottom or pour the concentrate into the container or mix a dry plant food w/water to make a concentration right in the container. For dry plant foods I convert tablespoons to ounces when using dry fertilizer like Miracle Gro that dilutes 1 tbsp. of the granular food to 1 gallon of water. There are 2 Read More
The dial setting is based on ounces per gallon. You can attach a concentrate bottle to the sprayer bottom or pour the concentrate into the container or mix a dry plant food w/water to make a concentration right in the container. For dry plant foods I convert tablespoons to ounces when using dry fertilizer like Miracle Gro that dilutes 1 tbsp. of the granular food to 1 gallon of water. There are 2 tablespoons per liquid ounce. So I merely pour some dry food into the container and add water to mix then set the dial to one ounce, attach the hose and spray leaves and soil to fertilize. Make sure to use a different sprayer for weed killers though. Read Less
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May 21, 2015
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This applicator is used to dilute concentrate product in water. To apply we suggest, setting the dial to the appropriate dilution rate, for the product you wish to apply (This is found on the label of the product you are applying). Pour the appropriate amount of concentrate liquid into the sprayer jar, and screw the back onto the applicator. Once the jar is reattached, then apply the product over the Read More
This applicator is used to dilute concentrate product in water. To apply we suggest, setting the dial to the appropriate dilution rate, for the product you wish to apply (This is found on the label of the product you are applying). Pour the appropriate amount of concentrate liquid into the sprayer jar, and screw the back onto the applicator. Once the jar is reattached, then apply the product over the application area, by squeezing the trigger to spray. Read Less
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How far will it spray?

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I would like to spray it on my roof using a concentrate to remove mold and mildew. In the Jet position, how far will it shoot? Thanks in advance.
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When holding the unit about waist-high, at an angle to shoot as far as possible:
Full spray: ~15'
Flat spray: ~20'
Narrow stream: ~30'
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The sprayer head has 3 different patterns, flat, jet, and shower. I estimate at shoulder height my sprayer on flat and shower has a range of 25 feet, and on jet about 40 feet. The range you get will vary according to your water pressure.
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15 ft depends on nozzle you chose and water pressure.
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I will say 15' if you use the most direct spray setting, which is a narrow stream, don't have much wind, and have good water pressure. I didn't get all of an apple tree I was trying to apply spray onto. It's 18-20 feet high.
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I got it to spray on the jet setting about 10 feet.
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July 13, 2015
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With the jet spray pattern selected, this sprayer will reach up to 20-25 ft. When aiming up you will lose some of this range.
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How many fl oz does the tank hold?

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The measurement lines stop at 32 oz., but there is room for a bit more.
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32 oz. of your product
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32oz.
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32 ounces and 1000 ML are the largest capacity marked on the sprayer jar.
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August 3, 2015
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The jar of the Ortho Dial N Spray will hold up to 32 oz of product
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 178 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very disappointed I had an Ortho Dial Sprayer for more than 20 years, so when it finally broke, I decided to replaced it with this new generation. This sprayer leaked in multiple places like a seive. Very poor quality & materials lead to returning it. The other comment I have regards the trigger. Way too stiff, when spraying for more than 1-2 minutes. October 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by INSIDE HOSE IS WAY TOO LONG The insert hose on the inside of this sprayer is almost a foot long and they bent it to get it inside the bottle. It's brand new, I spent an hour using this on my lawn only to see the level had not dropped one bit and when I checked inside the hose is so crimped from you shoving it inside the bottle it will not un-crimp to use this product.. it was a total was of my money and especially my time. Make the hoses on the inside shorter and this product would be great. June 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaked everywhere I was spraying bleach. There were leaks within the body of the sprayer. The hose connection was fine but a bleach/water mixture was pouring out of the trigger and handle. Now my lawn clothes have a nice new splattered bleach look to them. October 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broke the day we bought it We were able to spray a grand total of about 400 square feet before the hose connector snapped off the sprayer. September 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good home sprayer Easy to use. Good product for backyard spraying. Built well October 25, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good concept, poor exectuion Great idea to dial dispensing rate and attach directly to containers of Ortho products. I read a number of other reviews, most seemed to have problems with leaks. Mine does not leak. Likely their rubber washer came out and allowed leakage (user error). My problem is that the Ortho containers (Weed-B-Gone and Bug-B-Gone) do not attach firmly to the sprayer. All instances of my using this sprayer, it works well (dispenses product) but the conatainer will fall off with very little stress applied with no warning. All containers do NOT spin on tight. Did you guys even TEST this before production? August 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A waste of time and money After wasting time/money on 2 Miracle-Gro sprayers that also shot water of the hose connection without filling up the jar (all washers are there), I thought I would invest a few extra $ for something with a warranty. This was also a waste of time and money as it failed in the same way. All washers are present, the filter is not clogged....just a grossly cheap product with a poor design. I discovered in calling Miracle -Gro to complain that they then recommended this sprayer, because it has "less problems". Why would they recommend someone else's product??? Simple...they also produce Ortho and Scotts. Imagine that. July 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Non-functional Sprayer leaked and did not deliver any of the liquid in the bottle to the spray. I was using one of the lower settings (1 tsp per gal). I thought maybe the liquid I was using was too thick, so I diluted it 2X and set the sprayer at 2 tsp per gal. Still nothing. Completely non-functional product in my case. August 26, 2016
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