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  • Compatible with 1/2" or thin walled 5/8" garden hose.
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sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has Elgo 6 Micro-Sprinklers Set (ELSP20) for $11.03. Clip the 25% coupon; total will be $8.27 after coupon. Shipping is free for Prime members.
  • Kit includes 6 micro-sprinklers w/ interchangeable nozzles, quick-up connectors and sprinkler stands; Supporting component hardware
    • 3 interchangeable nozzles are capable of a 90°, 180°, or 360° range of watering
  • Compatible with 1/2 in. or 5/8 in. garden hose (refer to installation guide for more info)
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You need to get a plumber to install a pressure regulator by your shut off valve

Anything over 80 psi is to much

Go to Home Depot and buy a pressure gauge (about $10 )that you can stick on your hosebib. Turn on the hosebib and you will see how much psi you have

Too much pressure in your home isn't good for our plumbing system in the long run .
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Great idea for home gardens!
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mixed reviews from HD
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Isn't a soaker better? Water saving and hidden.
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i wish i could use stuff like this. My water hose is unregulated water pressure and my water pressure is crazy. Every non commercial hose I use on it explodes if you put a sprayer on the end of the house.
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i wish i could use stuff like this. My water hose is unregulated water pressure and my water pressure is crazy. Every non commercial hose I use on it explodes if you put a sprayer on the end of the house.
Pressure reducer and backflow preventer? that solved the explosion issue for me
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i wish i could use stuff like this. My water hose is unregulated water pressure and my water pressure is crazy. Every non commercial hose I use on it explodes if you put a sprayer on the end of the house.
You need to get a plumber to install a pressure regulator by your shut off valve

Anything over 80 psi is to much

Go to Home Depot and buy a pressure gauge (about $10 )that you can stick on your hosebib. Turn on the hosebib and you will see how much psi you have

Too much pressure in your home isn't good for our plumbing system in the long run .
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Isn't a soaker better? Water saving and hidden.
you killed the deal. LOL!
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Hmm. Cut my garden hose?
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i wish i could use stuff like this. My water hose is unregulated water pressure and my water pressure is crazy. Every non commercial hose I use on it explodes if you put a sprayer on the end of the house.
If your water pressure is more than 50-60psi, you have water main issues you should get fixed.
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You need to get a plumber to install a pressure regulator by your shut off valve

Anything over 80 psi is to much

Go to Home Depot and buy a pressure gauge (about $10 )that you can stick on your hosebib. Turn on the hosebib and you will see how much psi you have

Too much pressure in your home isn't good for our plumbing system in the long run .
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If your water pressure is more than 50-60psi, you have water main issues you should get fixed.
There are pressure regulators but they are for the house and sprinkler. All outlets that go to hoses are unregulated. No idea why it was configured this way but it was.

And yes my pressure is pretty high, I think last I checked it was over 175 psi. The pressure has to be at minimum 175 since my sprinkler system is usually at 175.
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I'm glad I know of a store near me to buy all these type things in quantities I need.

Lowe's and home Depot are a good bet when they go on clearance... Probably soon actually.
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There are pressure regulators but they are for the house and sprinkler. All outlets that go to hoses are unregulated. No idea why it was configured this way but it was.

And yes my pressure is pretty high, I think last I checked it was over 175 psi. The pressure has to be at minimum 175 since my sprinkler system is usually at 175.
Your home pressure is 175? If that's the case, your pipes are just itching to burst in your home. That doesn't make sense
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Any install tips? When I cut the hose, do I need any additional adhesive, plumbers tape, etc to keep a good deal against the pressure?
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