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Model 55661

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Voyager II Pop-Up Gear Drive Sprinkler

$8.88 /each

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Orbit's Professional Gear Drive is the best in class of all gear drive pop-up sprinkler heads. It is the #1 consumer choice for medium to large area gear drive sprinkler heads. Its versatility allows coverage from a 25 ft. up to a 52 ft. radius in a part- to full-circle spray pattern. The gear drive rotor ensures even and complete water coverage as well as a quiet spray. A filter protects the nozzle from clogging and is easily accessible for cleaning. It is compatible with all major brands of gear drive rotors including Rain Bird, Hunter, and Toro.

  • #1 selling gear drive sprinkler with a quiet and smooth rotating spray
  • Ideal for medium to large lawn areas
  • Longest spray distance in class - up to 52 ft.
  • Bonus nozzles included for true matched precipitation
  • 3 Gal. per minute nozzle pre-installed
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Does it have a 3/4" female fitting?

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Yes they do.
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June 28, 2016
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Yes. I have mine (10 of them) mounted high on a 1/2" schedule 80 grey PVC 4' pole with a 1/2" to 3/4 fitting to match the 3/4" female fitting on the Voyager. Works Great!
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Yes
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June 27, 2014
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Yes, this sprinkler has a 3/4" female inlet.
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WHAT IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ORBIT Model # 55661 AND ORBIT 55461?THEY APPEAR THE SAME

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July 22, 2015
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The Orbit Model # 55661 is a single sprinkler that comes with additional nozzles and an adjustment key. The Orbit Model #55461 is a two pack sprinkler with no additional accessories.
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July 22, 2015
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As far as I can tell, 55461 is a 2 pack of 55661s.
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July 21, 2015
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ILOVEBIRDE, the 55661 is a single sprinkler, and includes a rack of additional nozzles and a sprinkler adjustment key. The 55461 is a two-pack, but doesn't include additional nozzles or a sprinkler adjustment key.
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what is optimal spacing on voyager ll with 40 to 50 lbs pressure.

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June 28, 2016
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I have 60PSI at 4:00AM. I have 10 sprinkler heads on 8 valves and the heads are spaced approximately 20-25' apart with perfect coverage with overlapping as suggested. Since you obviously have a working pressure regulator, you can increase your PSI to 60 without worrying about having too much PSI. I would test the pressure on low usage hours.
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July 22, 2015
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Spacing doesn't depend upon water pressure. The ideal is to have sprinklers on either side of the lawn, with their stream coverage fully overlapping; watering long enough to satisfy the needs of your lawn, which is, generally, 1" of water per week at 60 degrees, and 1/2 inch more per 10 degree rise in average daily temperature.
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April 7, 2015
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Optimal spacing depends not only on water pressure but supply line size (gpm). You can space the heads from 25' to 52' depending on the desired volume.
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I'm having a hard time adjusting this head? (Orbit Voyager II pop-up gear drive)

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June 14, 2012
Cannot lock in a pattern.
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In the instructions, the adjustment for the pattern can only be performed with the head is at its fullest left and right positions. You can manually move the head either left or right until you had a locking sound by moving the green top portion. Then and only then can you make the pattern adjustment. The distance adjustment can be made at any position.
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You need to turn the head all the way to the right and then to the left, then remove it from the case and reinsert it so it points towards the left most point you want to reach. Tighten it down and check where it sprays on the left by turning it to the right and then to the left while it is activated. Once the left is set, then adjust the right extent with the tool that came with the sprinkler. If you Read More
You need to turn the head all the way to the right and then to the left, then remove it from the case and reinsert it so it points towards the left most point you want to reach. Tighten it down and check where it sprays on the left by turning it to the right and then to the left while it is activated. Once the left is set, then adjust the right extent with the tool that came with the sprinkler. If you don't have one I think HD sells them separately. Read Less
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June 15, 2012
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Hello needhelp and thank you for your question.
The instructions require you to set the pattern before installation by turning the head as follows:
Turn the top of the head all the way to the left until it stops and then all the way to the right. The top of the head must be in this position to make adjustments. Then insert the plastic end of the key into the pattern adjustment hole. Turn clockwise to
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Hello needhelp and thank you for your question.
The instructions require you to set the pattern before installation by turning the head as follows:
Turn the top of the head all the way to the left until it stops and then all the way to the right. The top of the head must be in this position to make adjustments. Then insert the plastic end of the key into the pattern adjustment hole. Turn clockwise to increase rotation; counterclockwise to decrease rotation. Each full turn increases/decreases rotation by 90˚. The photos in the instructional materials below will show you how to adjust properly.
Once the head is installed, you will need to set the spray distance after installation.
The Orbit Voyager II Pop-Up Gear Drive Sprinkler Instruction Manual can be found here: http://orbitonline.com/lib/media/55661-24%20rD%281%291.pdf.
The Voyager II® Professional Gear Drive Sprinkler Instruction Sheet can be found here: http://orbitonline.com/lib/media/55660-24%20rA%281%291.pdf.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 74 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Stay with Hunter! These do not distribute water very well, Adjustments can be made easy but even watering is not possible ! This was easy to use and adjust, The water will not disperse evenly, I would not recommend installing these in your yard it will cause uneven watering. It comes with all sorts of nozzles so it looks like it should work great! No it don't work great. You get what you pay for with theses. So don't buy them. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement sprinkler Works as advertised, not much to say, good quality,too. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent sprinkler head! Used these Orbit Voyager II heads to replace the Toro 700's (3/4" female connection; 24 total...we have a very large yard) that have been in place for about 15-years. We are on well water with moderate pressure and the 3.0 GPM nozzle they came pre-loaded with did a very nice job throwing and covering the stated 25+ ft. We were quite impressed at how similar they are constructed (very hearty) and function as compared to the Toro 700's (which are no longer available), so we are hopeful they will show reasonably comparative life/longevity. They've been in place for about 2-weeks and so far, so good. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sprinkler Head Works Fine Had to replace a sprinkler head and the sprinkler head works fine. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement irrigation head Works well, easily replaces old broken sprinkler heads. Comes with various heads and the adjustment tool to help with spray adjustment.h August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bought 3 and they worked out great! The grass is growing once again! The sprinkler heads were easy to install and adjust. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Sprinkler Works great! Sprinkler waters up to 50' and has a 40 to 360 degree range. I have 8 valves and 10 of these Voyager II's and my garden is finally getting all the water necessary. I'm located in the AZ northern desert area and needed a system that would provide the necessary coverage. This does the trick! June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sprinkler Head The sprinkler head was easy to install. The deciding factor on this brand is the choice of nozzles to fine tune spray patterns. July 26, 2016
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