Model # 53925

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Toro MultiStream Male Adjustable PRN Nozzle


MultiStream Male Adjustable PRN Nozzle

$726 /each

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Product Overview

The Toro male Multi-Stream PRN Nozzle fits Toro spray bodies. It is powered by a proven gear drive and delivers wind resistant, multi-stream, multi-trajectory patterns. These nozzles supply matched precipitation with any arc and any radius from 14 to 26 ft. Additionally, water is applied slowly and evenly to reduce runoff and wasted water.

  • Check with your local water agency for available rebates
  • Adjustable pattern nozzle includes pattern and radius adjustment tool
  • Gear-driven, rotating streams distribute water evenly and slowly to reduce run-off
  • Ideal for lawns and slopes
  • Male thread fits any Toro fixed spray pop-up body




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MultiStream Male Adjustable PRN Nozzle is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These are by far my favorite sprinkler nozzles. I have my yard filled with them. They are subsept... These are by far my favorite sprinkler nozzles. I have my yard filled with them. They are subseptable to dirt blockage at the filter. It is important to ensure no dirt is in your lines during installing them. I use the adjustable ones and coverage is very good. I do find myself runnning my sprinklers longer and this maybe due to them using less water overall per minute but accuracy is improved over normal spray type were blow by and wind age takes place. They are also a lot quieter than normal nozzles.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worked for 10 minutes Stopped turning after 10 min. I am going to return it
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality, flimsy hardware. The head does a good job beautifully sending streams of water across the lawn, achieving more or less even coverage. Unfortunately, the adjustable head seeps water every time a new stream is launched, creating a pool of water directly under the nozzle. Also, one of the 5 heads i got had a constant stream shooting directly backwards of the main direction. This is the only nozzle i have ever tried, that i was afraid i was going to break it if i pulled it out of the sprinkler body by grabbing it with my fiingernails. In general, don't waste your money. I have also tried the other available products, the rainbird product send water with a nice low tragectory but produces a very uneven coverage. The Hunter mp rotator actually gets good coverage and feels firm, but sends streams very high into the air, so it is susceptible to wind. take your pick ...
Date published: 2013-05-01
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