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Model # AQGLRGE6

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$9.99
  • Automatically releases the right amount of water to your plants
  • Helps prevent over- or under-watering
  • Easy to use - simply refill every 2 weeks
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About This Product

Individually crafted hand blown glass watering globes allow your plant to absorb the water from the globe as needed. As soil becomes dry, it releases oxygen into the globe, which in turn releases the exact amount of water your plant needs. Aqua Globes will never let a plant not be watered again.

Highlights

  • Waters your plants perfectly for up to 2 weeks at a time
  • Just fill with water and press in soil
  • Takes the guess work out of watering your plants
  • Can be used for house plants, patio plants or hanging plants
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Internet # 205602376

Model # AQGLRGE6

Store SKU # 1001098856

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 11.81 in, W 3.54 in, D 3.54 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)3.54 inProduct Height (in.)11.81 in
Product Width (in.)3.54 in

Details

AlarmNoBattery Type RequiredNone, Manual Operation
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor/OutdoorLightNo
On-Unit DisplayN/APack Size1
Plant Monitor TypeWater & SoilPower TypeNot Powered
Returnable90-DayReview FunctionNone

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warrantynone

Questions & Answers

13Questions
caret
Q:My pot is 14" tall and these are 11.81" long but that's counting the bulb. Is the end of the tube supposed to be at the top 1/3 of the plant, 1/2 way, or do I push the tube down to the bottom of the plant. What is the best level for the water to come out?
by|Mar 31, 2023
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A:  I’ve always put mine so there’s a few inches of the tube showing, I don’t think it overly matters the roots will draw water from the soil as needed. I only fill mine once per week and it seems to do the trick! 

by|Jun 14, 2023

    A:  I end up pushing the stem all the way down. But I have had pots that are too short and some of the stem sticks up - works great either way

    by|Aug 20, 2023
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  The water will start to come out when the soil becomes dry. As such, properly water your plant first and then place the Aqua Globe half to 2/3 way in the plant.

      by|Apr 23, 2023
        2 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:In the bulb i have gotten dirt in it how do i get thr dirt out to fill the bulb with water
        by|Apr 20, 2022
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        A:  Purchased the bulb and I stopped using it for the reason. First it was an exciting purchase but now it keeps getting dirt inside and having to spend lots of time trying to get the dirt out and plants were not getting the water. I should have returned it because now it's just collecting dust.

        by|Apr 10, 2023
          3 found this answer helpful

          A:  Push dirt inside bulb, fill with water, swish water around and empty until you get it clean. Before reinserting in dirt use a rod or stick to make a “hole” for inserting. Bulb will stay cleaner in the future 

          by|Nov 5, 2023
            5 found this answer helpful

            A:  I use a long metal skewer...works well.

            by|May 7, 2023
              2 found this answer helpful

              A:  I fill the glob with water then put in works cleaner. Shake and let sit when dirt is floating loose rinse w with clean water

              by|Feb 22, 2023
                2 found this answer helpful

                A:  simply remove it with a tooth pick

                by|Apr 16, 2023
                  2 found this answer helpful
                  caret
                  Q:Would it be safe to put these in the dishwasher?
                  by|Jul 7, 2021
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                  A:  No, I wouldn't do that.

                  by|Nov 3, 2023
                  2 found this answer helpful

                  A:  I don't think they are safe for dishwasher is pretty fragile.

                  by|Jul 25, 2023
                    2 found this answer helpful

                    A:  No it is not safe and you wouldn't need to.

                    by|Feb 22, 2023
                      2 found this answer helpful

                      A:  They are blown glass, and a little fragile. Two of mine are broken already. I still think they are a good idea, as they kept our Plumeria alive on a 4 day vacation, but they can break easily. If nothing else touches them in the dishwasher you're probably OK.

                      by|May 7, 2023
                        3 found this answer helpful

                        A:  No…they’re extremely fragile.

                        by|May 15, 2023
                          2 found this answer helpful
                          caret
                          Q:Should you use 2globes in large outside containers?
                          by|Oct 6, 2020
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                          A:  1 Aqua Globe per container is suggested.

                          by|Feb 22, 2023
                            3 found this answer helpful

                            A:  The Aquaglobes work well in large outdoor containers between late spring to end of autums. Best to bring them in for the winter and early spring. Since the soil "releases oxygen into the Watering Globes when it becomes dry, which in turn release the exact amount of water the plant needs" - there is no danger of over-watering, putting 2 globes into larger outdoor containers.

                            by|Jun 22, 2023
                              3 found this answer helpful

                              A:  One is fine and should water effectively.

                              by|Feb 22, 2023
                                2 found this answer helpful

                                A:  Depends on the size of the container and the plant you have planted in the container. Some plants need moist soil while others do better in a bit of dry soil.

                                by|Aug 5, 2023
                                  3 found this answer helpful

                                  A:  I'm not sure they would be large enough. I have used wine bottles for large outdoor pots

                                  by|Oct 14, 2023
                                    7 found this answer helpful
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                                    Customer Reviews

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                                    love the glass color and design. The plant loves the...
                                    love the glass color and design. The plant loves the amount of water it is given by the glass balls.
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                                    These things have been around for years and I am always skeptical about "As Seen On TV" products....
                                    These things have been around for years and I am always skeptical about "As Seen On TV" products. With that being said, I was going away on vacation and hoping to prevent last year's disaster of coming home to all dead plants. I followed the instructions and left for 10 days, hoping for the best. When I returned, every potted plant that had the globes was alive and thriving! There was even water left in the globe. Extremely happy and I highly recommend these!
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                                    These do work, but the claim that they last up to two weeks is bogus. I have these in both indo...
                                    These do work, but the claim that they last up to two weeks is bogus. I have these in both indoor, and outdoor plants, and on average they last anywhere from two days to a week tops. They are also very fragile, I haven't broken any, but it's clear they could break easily if you're not careful.
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                                    Large scale, not for smaller plants. Glass bulb is sensitive and lots of warnings to not push dow...
                                    Large scale, not for smaller plants. Glass bulb is sensitive and lots of warnings to not push down on the globe due to easy breakage. Water is released as the plant releases oxygen. It emptied out every day for me.
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                                    Works well. Pretty and easy to use.
                                    Works well. Pretty and easy to use.
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                                    Works great on medium to large size plants! I didn't have to worry about my plant that was in my ...
                                    Works great on medium to large size plants! I didn't have to worry about my plant that was in my office while I was on vacation for over a week. I came back to the office, and my plant was just fine! Great product! I wish Home Depot would carry smaller Aqua Globes in their store.
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                                    Do not waste your money. This product do not work....
                                    Do not waste your money. This product do not work.
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                                    We went away for 10 days. When we got home all our beautiful plants were still alive.
                                    We went away for 10 days. When we got home all our beautiful plants were still alive.
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                                    I am impressed! I purchased these Aqua Globes 2 weeks ago and it really works! I just noticed tha...
                                    I am impressed! I purchased these Aqua Globes 2 weeks ago and it really works! I just noticed that my fern is drinking a lot of water I have to refill my water globe every week! That other plant drinks slowly I guess one refill will last one month! It is nice decorations and is very practical. I would like to get more aqua globes but in different colors!
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                                    13 found this review helpful
                                    Easy to use for deeper root watering
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