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4-Outlet Brass Hose Faucet Manifold

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Product Overview

This 4-Outlet Brass Hose Faucet Manifold features shutoffs for use as sprinkler hose faucet valves or multiple hose connections (hoses not included). The manifold includes a leak-free ball valve and a mounting bracket for stability. The manifold has four male threaded Standard 3/4 in. connections. Not for indoor appliances
  • 4 shutoff valves for use as 1 - 4 sprinkler hose faucet valves or hose connections (hoses not included)
  • Brass construction provides durability
  • Ball valve helps prevent leaks
  • Mounting bracket for stability
  • Not for indoor appliances
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
6.25
Product Width (in.)
8

Details

Fitting Connection Type
Threaded
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
7 years

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
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  • 74% recommend this product
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This has worked very well providing water from my well to 2 sprinklers to keep my new yard wet an...
This has worked very well providing water from my well to 2 sprinklers to keep my new yard wet and growing and a hose for my wife to water her shrubs and flowers
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Looks sturdy but dont be fooled!
I bought this thinking it was high quality. I used it with my hose for about a year. I tried to remove my 2 hoses this week and they were both stuck as if they were glued. I went to grab a wrench to remove them and both of them broke off with the screw on piece stuck in my hose! 2 hoses are now usesless and also this orbit manifold! $60 dollars down the drain. Stay far away from this!
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Response from OrbitIrrigationJun 12, 2018
Thank you for the feedback. Please feel free to contact our Support team via social media or at 1-800-488-6156, and we'd be more than happy to do all we can to help. OrbitIrrigation
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    The only way I recommend this is if you understand it will work well for one year possibly two bu...
    The only way I recommend this is if you understand it will work well for one year possibly two but then fall apart. I've purchased these as a low cost way to distribute water in my garden beds. The castings are low grade and the threads break off after a year or two. That's with close to daily use and they are in direct sun all day in SC. I also have high water pressure so know your environment it might give you years or not.
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    It seems to be just what we need for our garden application, including one additional extension f...
    It seems to be just what we need for our garden application, including one additional extension for an extra hose for hand watering. Hopefully, it will hold up to the weather conditions we're going to expose it to!
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    They don't last. I realized I need this 9 years ago. Since then I've always had one on the bac...
    They don't last. I realized I need this 9 years ago. Since then I've always had one on the back of the house and one on the front. 9 yrs ago I paid approx $8. for it. The first thing to go on them is the valve controls, they start leaking, or they won't budge, then they snap off when you try to get them to move with pliers making that valve and faucet useless. The black on the valve adjusters is just a cover, there is some soft metal under them that snaps easily, so be careful!. I try to without the broken valves, splitting one of the others with a two way which is cumbersom, but since I actually NEED 4 valves I end up replacing them, front and back, every couple of years. I even bring them in at season's end, soak them for lime build up, and oil the valves, doesn't help, nothing helps. This one is an orbit, but I've tried the Melnor and Padula also, they're all the same, they break. Why they don't make them of better materials, something that won't break with use, seems obvious, they want you to buy more. I'd like to do w/o, but as much as I love my garden I simply cannot spend my entire life watering. I so miss the days when manufacturers made things to last, and this new trend of "made-to-break" makes me angry. But what to do? Eventually I suppose I'll just move away and say to heck with it.
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      6 people found this helpful
      Solid Brass Hose Manifold
      Tired of searching for quality hose accessories and only finding plastic components? Welcome to the manifold that will last. I'm a huge fan of brass when it comes to water hose components. I have purchased plastic couplings and manifolds/spliters and am almost always disappointed. This appears well-made and has ball valves that shut off the water completely. There are a couple of holes to use for permanent mounting. The only complaint I have is the distance between the hose hookups. With the trend towards bigger hose ends, there is not enough room between the outside fittings for your fingers to tighten the hose onto the fitting without scraping your knuckles. I ended up putting the two larger ended hoses on the inside two fittings, leaving the outside fittings for hoses with normal (smaller) sized ends.
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      2 people found this helpful
      Terrible.. wretchidly cheap connection with a terrific lower body. So odd! why skimp there ??!!
      the lower section weighs 2 pounds or so, the top connection(main spicket connecter) was not an overlap brass coupler(like on a hose which is SECURE, even cheap hoses have these) but it is a simple nut like piece surrounded in soft quality plastic. The ONLY thing that was holding the 2 pieces together was a less than 1/8" plastic lip exnteding from the top piece...SO I HAVE NO IDEA HOW ANYONE GAVE THIS A GOOD REVIEW. THEY MUST NOT KNOW YET but soon enough will.
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      Response from OrbitIrrigationApr 6, 2015
      EricNY,

      We are sorry for your experience. We appreciate the feedback. We typically don't have issues with this. We'd love to learn more and see what we can do for you. Please call us at 1-800-488-6156. Thanks! OrbitIrrigation
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      7 people found this helpful
      A solid Orbit product with a support bracket
      I moved from using plastic to brass hose Y adapters some time back as they last longer and normally provide a swivel function. I consider this a 4-port Y adapter, and see nothing in its construction to make me think it won't last just as long as my brass Y adapters (and I have yet to have one of those fail). My only quibble is that when new it takes quite a bit of force to break the levers free from their off position. While this isn't a big deal for me, it could be an issue if you were asking an older person without a lot of hand strength to use this. Because of the weight you can get with 4 hoses hanging off of this, it comes with a support bracket designed to mount between the wall where your faucet is and this adapter to provide strength. I appreciate the idea, and it probably works in a "normal" installation. However, this bracket arm is a fixed length, so if your faucet sticks out from the wall of your house more than "normal", you may need to add spacers or something to get it to fit your wall. (I've included photos of the installation from the package to help illustrate this.) Alternatively you can lay this on the ground so it doesn't need the support.
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      It WILL Break Eventually
      I have purchased two of these and they always end up breaking. The current one is attached to a retaining wall with the included bracket and also supported by a large piece of PVC pipe to take any strain off of the neck where it connect to the supply bib. Regardless, after about a year, it started to leak. When you tighten the connection to the supply hose bib to stop the leak, the neck snaps. It is way too thin at the part that is most important and gets the most stress. I took a photo - see for yourself.
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      Response from OrbitIrrigationJan 14, 2015
      Jake,

      We are extremely sorry for your experience. We stand behind our products and would love learn more about what happened and find a way to help you. Please call our Support Team at 1-800-488-6156. Thanks!OrbitIrrigation
        8 people found this helpful
        My new water hose does not fit well on it....
        My new water hose does not fit well on it.
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