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Pot Drippers (10 Pack)

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$3.95

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Q_DPOT

Reviews

  • Ronald - Feb 16th 2021

    5
    Don’t know what “Review title” means.

    Great products. Makes gardening so much easier and fun.

  • Greg - Aug 11th 2020

    5
    Pot drippers

    I have purchased numerous items from Drip Works the past several years. I have not been disappointed in any of the items purchased. Have recommended Drip Works to others. Will buy again.

  • Fabio - Aug 17th 2019

    5
    Great quality

    I have installed all of my front yard and backyard irrigation with dripworks and I like it. I learned everything online with their self learning and it’s been very easy and fun. The quality is very good and the catalog is very clear. I just wish shipping were quicker and less expensive...

  • Thomas - Jul 13th 2019

    5
    great product

    Easy to install. Saved my terrace garden. Now I can "set and forget" watering my plants...and I don't have to worry when I travel. Should have bought this a long time ago.

  • Peter - Jun 8th 2017

    5
    Pot Drippers

    DripWorks service is great. I installed the system around my patio areas ago and my plants say "thank". Service for additions and replacements is excellent.

Description

Pot Drippers are basic drip emitters with a 2" hold down stake and a 1/4" threaded inlet. The attached 2" stake pins them securely in place without the need for wire hold downs. Pot Drippers are great for small to medium size containers.

Note: A transfer barb and micro tubing are needed to connect the Pot Dripper to the mainline tubing. Either 1/8" or 1/4" tubing and transfer barbs can be used.

Flow rates are measured at 15 PSI. Higher pressures will result with higher flow rates.

Pressure compensating emitters that emit the same water flow at varying pressures are also available.

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