Galcon Bluetooth Flip Open LCD Timer

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  • Rich - Nov 27th 2022

    Wish I paid the extra $5 and got the blue tooth

    I bought the timer without Bluetooth. In retrospect, I wish I bought the Bluetooth one because the app seems much easier to use and has features like rain delay. Other than turning off the water, the manual version doesn’t seem to have a rain delay.

  • Stephanie - Aug 29th 2022

    GalconBT timer

    The Bluetooth connection drops as soon as I’m more than 2-3 feet away from the timer. In other words it’s a useless non feature that makes this unit an overpriced ripoff for what it can actually do. Very frustrated to have paid for this as part of the kit I ordered from dripworks.

  • Unknown - Jun 6th 2022

    Galcon Bluetooth Timer

    I have two of these and both died during the third year of operation. Cords running to the battery fell apart on one, while the other stopped for no reason. Convenient when they worked, but connecting to the app was very iffy. I usually had to delete the app and reload. I also have a dial unit and it is still working, though it is a pain to program.

  • Kevin - May 29th 2021

    Galcon BT timer

    Have two and they are easy to program and use.

  • Steve - May 14th 2021

    Love this timer

    I've been using this timer for years now, it works good, the app works well. You have to remember to disconnect them before it drops below freezing and store them indoors fulls drained out and remove the battery. They work and last more than one season.

  • Ann - Aug 18th 2020


    We now have 3 Galcon Bluetooth timers. Once we figured out the program, we have routinely watered an array of containers and vegetable beds on schedule. Great find for senior gardeners.

  • ARTHUR C Petersen, Jr. - Aug 16th 2020


    I have been using these for over 10 years and I love their durability and the ease of programming the timer. I will keep on using them because the timers are the best on the market.

  • Clint - Aug 8th 2020

    Worked fine, then leaks

    Worked great for a month? Having not moved it or touched it, it developed a leak where the garden hose attaches. Tried new rubber washer. Still leaks. Frustrating.

  • Ron - Jul 6th 2020

    Bluetooth lacks connectivity

    In order to use bluetooth with my Galaxy phone, I have to shut off wifi and be within 10-15 feet of timer. Not convenient.

  • Dale - May 18th 2019

    Good timer with some problems

    This is my 3rd year with this timer. It works well. The Bluetooth has poor range so that if I want to skip a cycle I often have to go outside next to the timer to initiate the rain delay. If it’s cold it seems impossible to connect so you have to manually initiate the change. A battery will typically last the whole season but last year I came home to find the irrigation system running continuously, apparently for a few days. The battery dead.


This full-featured battery timer is proof that good things come in small packages. Compact, solid construction and flip open front panel help protect the controller from accidental breakage.


  • Sturdy compact body with flip open panel.
  • Standard female hose thread (FHT) inlet and male hose thread (MHT) outlet.
  • LCD display powers down to extend battery life.
  • Watertight battery compartment.
  • Manual operation setting.
  • Programming can be done between 14-90 feet away from timer depending on surroundings


  • Start Times*: Up to 4 per day
  • Daily, up to every 7 days
  • Duration: 1 minute to 12 hours
  • Pressure Range: 15 - 100 PSI
  • Flow Range: 0.5 - 5.3 gallons per minute (GPM)
  • Batteries: One 9 volt industrial alkaline (not included)
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Manufacturer's Part Number: 11000BT

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