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Corwin 7,329 36,864 June 12, 2016 at 10:52 PM in Gardening & Outdoor (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 06-13-2016 by brisar at 01:09 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has Black & Decker 3-Way Adjustable Trigger Nozzle (BD1981) on sale for $1.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Corwin

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Edited June 13, 2016 at 01:07 PM by cricket702
  • Black & Decker 3-Way Adjustable Trigger Nozzle [sears.com] (BD1981) $1.99
    • Features
      • trigger-guard loop for security in case you drop the nozzle
      • Easy to use, just pull the trigger to start your water spray
      • Pull the trigger again and your spray shuts off
      • This heavy-duty nozzle has an adjustable spray that is operated by a front nozzle twist-adjustment feature
      • Sprays vary from a fine mist to a focused sharp spray
      • Includes Black and Decker warranty
  • This matches the previous deal from last month.
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#3
thanks Corwin
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#4
Ordered 2 and got $3.76 back in points...no clue why, but I'll take it.
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Thanks, OP...Free after coupons in my account!!
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stay away $2 still ain't worth it
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stay away $2 still ain't worth it
lol, is it trash?
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I too saw back in points, below is the details of the points:

QB--Members get $3 (3,000) back in points when you spend $3 or more on Lawn & Garden purchase. Points to be awarded 1 day after transaction and expire 30 days after receipt. Limit 1 per member.

Offer: 5,360 points
QB--Members get 20% back in points (up to $25 in points) when you purchase qualifying items at Sears, between 6/12/16 - 6/19/16. Points redeemable 6/20/16 - 6/25/16.
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Quote from blt65toth View Post :
Ordered 2 and got $3.76 back in points...no clue why, but I'll take it.
Thanks! Got 2 and $3.76 back in points..Smilie
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#10
i bought these at Ross a couple of weeks ago for a bit more but love them
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I ordered one the last time it went on sale a couple weeks ago because I was heading there anyway and needed a spare. It's a piece of junk but it somehow works and doesn't spray water out of every crevice even though it feels like it could explode in your hand at any second. I've never felt anything more cheap and plasticy in my life.
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lol, is it trash?
I have been using this product since last couple of months. I have not had a problem with this.
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Quote from raguno View Post :
I ordered one the last time it went on sale a couple weeks ago because I was heading there anyway and needed a spare. It's a piece of junk but it somehow works and doesn't spray water out of every crevice even though it feels like it could explode in your hand at any second. I've never felt anything more cheap and plasticy in my life.
Yeah, I got this a couple weeks or months ago when it was $2 or something. I just got around to using it yesterday for the first time and yeah, this thing really feels incredibly cheap and plasticy. I'm guessing that it will not last long if it is used a lot and left outside though.

However, with that being said, it did seem to actually work well.
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Quote from ricky2nice View Post :
lol, is it trash?
very light plastic feel sprays wide knob does nothing to adjust pressure drips only good thing is you don't have to hold the trigger to spray for $2 it's a stop gap nozzle don't buy two that was my mistake and the sprinkler isn't any better that was on sale for $2
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#15
Needed a filler for a shelf to earn back $25 and this worked. Too bad I missed the "Spend $3 Get $3" promo. Still, thanks!
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