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  • Robert Carter - May 27th 2022


    Works great

  • Robyn - May 3rd 2021

    Perfect for 12-14" pots

    Great spread for 12-14" potato containers on my deck. Adjustable pressure lets me water many containers on the same line. Glad I ordered the 25 pack, I'm finding uses for them everywhere.

  • John - Sep 18th 2020

    fully adjustable, good pattern

    This is the best bubbler for pots I've tried so far. It is fully adjustable, zero to about 12" with a 25 PSI regulator. Also has a good pattern. In my opinion it could use one more hole for a bit wider pattern. On larger pots, two bubblers adjusted down work better.

  • Arthur - Sep 13th 2020

    You're reviewing: Potstream

    Very good product with adjustability to adjust the amount of water

  • JACLYN - Jul 24th 2020

    Definitely recommend

    These are great and can water a wide area. I use them in places other than containers — I use them in my raised beds

  • JIM - Jul 7th 2020


    Product is well made and abiliy to change water volume for each planter is nice. Also has 5 outlets so water is spread out a bit.

  • Karen - May 29th 2020

    One of my most favorite items.

    I really love these. They work very well. In addition to using them in pots, i have them on all my individual blueberry plants and my tomatoes. I just keep finding new places to use them having just bought a pack of 25. They really put the water right where you need it and can have a spray or almost down to a drip.

  • Rachel - May 9th 2020

    Great for pots

    I've tried several different options for pots. These are BY FAR the best option I have tried. Love that they are so easily adjusted for the size pot and flow required. Do yourself a favor and purchase more than you think you will need. You will want to replace other fittings with these they are so great.

  • GEORGE - Sep 11th 2019


    works vey well in medium and large pots as flow can be turned down as it uses the same style heads as shrubblers.

  • Toni - Aug 5th 2019

    An improvement over 1/4 inch line with multiple elbows.

    I used to configure drip irrigation for my pots using multiple elbows to get the 1/4" line up the side of the pot and over the edge. These devices eliminate the need for that as well as giving me a way to adjust the spray. They save parts and labor and improve the results. Sometimes I cannot adjust them to eliminate all and any overspray. That is the only reason I give them 4 stars and not 5. But it is not a reason to avoid them. They are still a big improvement over other pot-watering solutions.


The Potstream is a side mounted watering solution for potted plants and containers. The adjustable gentle stream pattern minimizes soil erosion and the variable flow rate and pattern radius allows for use in various pot sizes.

Half circle PotStream emits 4 streams of water, requires minimum filtration and can be adjusted from 0- 12.4" radius.


  • Variable flow rate and pattern size suits 8” to 24” diameter pots. 
  • Suits pot wall thickness up to 1.57”. 
  • Pressure range: 5-40 PSI
  • Side mounted installation for clean and tidy location of supply tube. 
  • Low application rate and gentle stream pattern. 
  • Easily adjustable knob for varying spray patterns.
  • Can be taken apart for easy cleaning


Potted plants, planter boxes and containers.

PSI GPH Radius
5 0-3.3 8.7”
10 0-4.7 9.1”
15 0-5.8 9.3”
20 0-6.8 9.5”
30 0-8.3 11.0”
35 0-9.1 11.8”
40 0-9.7 12.4”

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