|Name||Flow Meter with Shut-off||Mechanical Water Timer||Mechanical Aqua Timer||Sunrise Daily Water Timer|
|Number of Zones||1||1||1||1|
|Smart Technology||No Smart Technology Features||No Smart Technology Features||No Smart Technology Features||No Smart Technology Features|
|Compatibility Type||Drip and Soaker Hose Compatible||Drip and Soaker Hose Compatible||Drip and Soaker Hose Compatible||Garden Hose Compatible|
|Program Type||No Additional Programming||Odd/Even Day Program,Programmable||Interval Setting||Schedule Programming|
|Features||Manual Bypass||Battery Back-up,Digital Display,Hose-End Timer,Manual Bypass||Hose-End Timer,Manual Bypass||Electronic,Manual Bypass|
|View Product||View Product||View Product||View Product|
The first one did not reduce flow/pressure. I bought three more..and they ALL reduced flow by at least half making it useless to run a sprinkler. Even the original one eventually reduced flow after the first summer use. Not sure it can be modified.
Each time you need to water. It is mechanical only and has no electronic component to keep track of time other than the 120 minute spring mechanism.
It is a manual timer. No power
No it is spring operated. All you have to do is set the time by turning the dial to the time you want to water.
You may need to change out the o-ring.
No issue with water flow on my end with this product. If your simply watering a garden or connected to a sprinkler you should not detect any reduced performance.
While the factory marked settings are in 15 minute increments you may set it between those markings. While 2 minutes would certainly be a guesstimate for the setting you could set the timer at somewhere slightly less than the 1st factory 15 min. setting. If the 2 minute timing is critical better attempt some trial runs then mark on the dial with a permanent marker when you've hit your 'sweet spot' of 2 minutes.
It would be the same as you have coming out of your hose.
The tag says 7 years.
no still plastic .