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RAINPOINT Sprinkler Timer, Water Timer for Garden Hose Faucet, Programmable Water Timer with Rain Delay/Manual/Automatic Irrigation System, Outdoor Irrigation Timer Controller for Lawn, Yard, 1 Zones 1 Pcs

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【Convenience & Savings】With RainPoint drip irrigation timer, turn your hose faucet into a programmed irrigation system, also support watering lawn, garden, greenhouses, yard. the outdoor sprinkler controller timer will ensure that each plant gets just the right amount of water, saving your time, money and water.
【Precise Automatic Watering 】 Adopting the patented circuit control system with a smart chip ensures your schedule is stable and accurate. 2 watering frequencies which hours mode is from 4h to12h, day mode is from 1 day to 7 days, watering duration is from 1min to 3h59min.
【Rain Delay & Manual Watering】Watering timer has a rain delay setting that helps you conserve water and postpone your schedule 24/48/72 Hrs then resume your plan. With manual mode, you can water your flowers and plants from 1min to 8hrs, without Interrupting your schedule.
【Compact & Durable】To ensure long-lasting durability, our garden timer was designed with heavy-duty construction, made of IP45 waterproof materials, added the seal ring in the battery cover to isolate moisture. Compact shape, light weight, suitable despite narrow spaces or outdoor use.
【Bigger LCD Display & Easier to Setup】1.77*1.18″ Large Screen makes you check readouts much easier. Rotate the dial easily set up a schedule and requires no tools to install on 3/4” faucet. The package Including Water Timer*1 and User Manual*1, Using 2*AAA alkaline batteries (not included).

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Human Interface Input: Dial. Brand: RAINPOINT. Color: Gray. Date First Available: January 5, 2022. Best Sellers Rank: #15,567 in Patio, Lawn & Garden. Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 16 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars. Item model number: 105NH-N. ASIN: B09PR725R4. Manufacturer: RAINPOINT. Item Weight: 8.8 ounces. Package Dimensions: 4.72 x 4.61 x 2.68 inches.

Specification: RAINPOINT Sprinkler Timer, Water Timer for Garden Hose Faucet, Programmable Water Timer with Rain Delay/Manual/Automatic Irrigation System, Outdoor Irrigation Timer Controller for Lawn, Yard, 1 Zones 1 Pcs

Weight 8.8 lbs

5 reviews for RAINPOINT Sprinkler Timer, Water Timer for Garden Hose Faucet, Programmable Water Timer with Rain Delay/Manual/Automatic Irrigation System, Outdoor Irrigation Timer Controller for Lawn, Yard, 1 Zones 1 Pcs

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  1. Harold McFarland

    This is a simple, battery powered, watering timer. Connection is easy and it is designed to fit the common 3/4 garden hose spigot size. It takes two AAA size batteries. It has all the standard functions where you set it for when to start, how long it should water before turning off, and how often to water. It also has the ability to delay a watering cycle or to do a manual cycle without affecting the programmed watering cycle. I have used these sort of battery powered water timers before and have generally been happy with the results. This one is a little smaller than others and I consider that a positive as the screen is still plenty large enough to see it well. I took one star off the review because the instructions indicate that it absolutely has to be mounted in a vertical position for it to work correctly. While that is the most common, I also have had the need to install in a horizontal position on occasion. This one also only uses two AAA batteries. The others I have used have always used between two and four AA batteries. These have always lasted about a year between battery replacements. I don’t know it the two AAA batteries translates to a battery change more often or not, but I would think these will end up needing replaces at least every six months or so. For a lot of people this will not be an issue as you should remove them during the winter to keep any water from freezing and damaging the unit. Since our temperature does not go below freezing even in the winter, they are left connected all the time. And it has plastic connectors for the incoming and exiting connection. That may sound like a negative to some people but since almost nobody makes ones with brass connectors it can be an issue. Most of these with metal are made with aluminum connectors. If you connect them to a brass spigot then by the time you try to disconnect at the end of the season you will not be able to as the brass and aluminum will fuse as if they were welded together. I look for plastic connectors so I do not have this issue and do not want to go around once a month and unscrew the connections to keep them from fusing. So, for me this is a positive point. The bottom line is that this is a good choice at a reasonable price, as long as you want to install in a vertical position. I do not know how long the batteries will last but I would think that they should last the entire growing season and will need to be replaced before it is put back into service in the Spring.Read more

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  2. Nick E

    Watering Timer Mini Sprinkler: $39.99 at the time of review I’ve lived in my house for a number of years now but I’m only just beginning to really dial in my yard. We have a lot of space so installing an underground sprinkler system is cost prohibitive. Thus my quest for a watering timer. With a simple hose-mounted sprinkler and timer I’m able to water at the right time (early morning before the heat kicks up) and for the right length. Read on to find out why this timer does everything it should, but ultimately isn’t something I’d order again (spoilers, it’s the cost vs. competition). The packaging for the Rainbird timer is a full color cardboard box. It’s a retail package that I’d expect to find on the shelf of a Lowes or Home Depot. There isn’t really much to this either. You just get the timer (for the record, I wasn’t expecting anything else in the box). The batteries aren’t included (it takes two AAA, for the record). The timer is easy enough to use (there are only three buttons and a dial, after all). I was able to pop some batteries in and get it programmed for a test watering length of one minute, five minutes after I set it. It worked exactly as expected. One thing worth noting is that the water gate inside the timer arrived in the ‘on’ position. So when I set it up and turned on the spigot it was attached to, the water ran (even though the timer was ‘off’). I had no way to turn it off. Thankfully, it ran the water for 1 minute shortly after that and turned off as it was supposed to. Not a big deal, just be ready for that. As mentioned, this timer is a great tool for regular watering. As such, I find it hard to drop the score too much. That having been said, there are other cheaper options. In fact, I have a different timer that was $10 less and it came with a feature I really like (a lever that manually turns the water on so you can water without detaching the timer). It’s hard to justify the extra cost for less features. ———— *The Good*: Easy to program. Accurate. Runs on just two AAA batteries. *The Bad*: Limited feature set compared to competition. About 25% more expensive than equivalent alternatives. *The Bottom Line:* This is a fine option for timing your lawn/garden watering. At $10 less (about $30 bucks), it’s an easy 5-star. That said, it’s not that price. Four stars out of five for a solid tool that prices itself out of competition. I wouldn’t order this again at this price.Read more

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  3. D. Coral

    Here is a picture of the Rainpoint water timer next to my Melnor timer which failed after a couple years. The first thing that jumped out at me is how small the Rainpoint is. It’s almost “cute.” It uses two AAA batteries and I hope this will be enough energy to last a decent amount of time operating the valve (I like to use Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAA batteries to last as long as possible). This was super easy to program. I didn’t read the manual and I figured it out within two seconds. Just turn the dial to what you want to do, and then use the +/- buttons to adjust. It can’t be simpler than that. Overall recommended for its simplicity. I just hope the tiny batteries can last for a while.Read more

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  4. K K Schwartz

    This mini digital timer is easy to install and use and we’ve found it to be accurate. It requires 2 AAA batteries, which are not included, to operate. They last up to a year, according to the manufacturer. The water duration for the timer is a bit less than 4 hours, but we’ve never set it for more than 20 minutes of watering. This is for flower beds, which we water every third day..you can set the timer to water between 1 hour up to 7 days. It’s made of hard plastic and seems durable enough. After installing it, we haven’t moved it or changed the settings, but both were easy to do when we first got the unit. Having no complaints and the fact that it’s accurate, I’ve rated it 5 stars.Read more

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  5. Dr. Tim Parker

    I used to have a fancy programmable watering controller. It cost over $100 and promptly broke after two weeks’ use. I replaced it with another expensive controller. It was a pain in the butt to configure properly, and broke after a week! So, looking to have some measure of control over my watering process, I looked for a simple, inexpensive, and well-made controller. This RainPoint timer was the one I tried, and so far it’s lasted several weeks without an issue. The timer sits between the water faucet and the hose to my sprinkler, and allows you to quite easily set a watering start time and a duration. I like to water my veggies in the evening after the heat of the sun has gone down, and there’s no scorching danger, so the timer starts the watering at 9PM every night. Programming is quite simple, and there’s a manual override. It runs on an internal replaceable battery, which looks like it will last the whole summer (but time will tell). This is a small device, so some people may have trouble handling and programming it, but the small size is an advantage in that this can sit even on faucets that are close to ground-level. Considering the cost of this unit is half the last one I used, and it’s outlasted it by weeks so far, I’m optimistic I’ll get good performance from this timer!Read more

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