Clip Stake (5 Pack)

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  • Billy - Nov 22nd 2020



  • Darlene - Sep 13th 2020

    Repeat customer

    I’ve always been happy with my Drip Works orders. There has never been a problem with service, product or shipping. Even with all the delays caused by Covid my orders were shipped very quickly. I’m a repeat customer and very satisfied.

  • Plantman64 - Jul 19th 2018

    Very pleased

    the 17" clip stakes are great. I have ordered them before. I wish they had another size at maybe 20" or 23"

  • Sandy - May 9th 2018

    Clip Stake (5 Pack)

    These work really well to hold varies types of emitters or sprayers. The extra height allows to adjust for a taller plant.

  • Donald W - Aug 7th 2017

    Drip stake

    Stake is exactly as expected works fine

  • ROBERT - Jul 2nd 2017

    Clip stakes

    The stakes do what they are advertised to do. Sturdy,

  • Gary - Jun 15th 2017

    Not very tight on tubing.

    Though these are sturdy the description says they hold 1/4" tubing securely - it does not. they fit in there very loosely and whatever head you use will fall to rest on the stake. It's not a problem but if you want to extend the height some use rigid which I assume will fit in there securely.


This plastic stake has a clip to securely hold either Rigid Risers or 1/4" tubing.

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