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Rachio Smart Sprinkler WiFi 8-Zone Controller (2nd Gen; New/Brown Box) EXPIRED

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Woot.com has Rachio Smart Sprinkler Wi-Fi 8-Zone Controller (2nd Gen; New/Brown Box) on sale for $84.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is a $6 flat rate. Thanks tunabreath

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  • This price is $5 lower than the last time this item was a Frontpage Deal in November.
  • Includes a 2-Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty. -oceanlake

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Woot has Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller, 2nd Generation, 8-Zone for $84.99. Shipping is free for Prime members (must be logged into your Prime account at Woot).

https://www.woot.com/offers/rachi..._463521320
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It isn't that hard, all you needed is dig a trench, lay down the pipes, glue in tee, screw in the sprinkler head, connect other end to existing water source. Big box store does sell kit for that. I used to do what you did, manually turn on those, last year I decided to dig and lay down pipe and connector for the sprinkler head, tap into existing hose-bib and done. The most important is planning. Google search on how to lay out a sprinkler system, plenty of tutor out there.
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Missed this deal before, but snatched one now! Thanks, OP!
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Just picked one up, thanks!
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Great price. I own and love. Check city for rebate opportunities, mine gives 50% rebate for smart sprinkler.
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Do you have any recommendation for a DIY irrigation system to go with this? Or would I need a professional system to begin with? Sorry I am clueless. Right now I have 2 Orbit timers with 2 actuators each, and hoses run along the edges of the lawn to about 6 sprinklers.
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Check your local Home Depot's first because I found a hunter hydrawise 12 zone for $50 it's probably a real long shot but it's worth a try.
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Do you have any recommendation for a DIY irrigation system to go with this? Or would I need a professional system to begin with? Sorry I am clueless. Right now I have 2 Orbit timers with 2 actuators each, and hoses run along the edges of the lawn to about 6 sprinklers.
It isn't that hard, all you needed is dig a trench, lay down the pipes, glue in tee, screw in the sprinkler head, connect other end to existing water source. Big box store does sell kit for that. I used to do what you did, manually turn on those, last year I decided to dig and lay down pipe and connector for the sprinkler head, tap into existing hose-bib and done. The most important is planning. Google search on how to lay out a sprinkler system, plenty of tutor out there.
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Really good price! But just bought a B-hyve. Otherwise will definitely jump on this!
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It isn't that hard, all you needed is dig a trench, lay down the pipes, glue in tee, screw in the sprinkler head, connect other end to existing water source. Big box store does sell kit for that. I used to do what you did, manually turn on those, last year I decided to dig and lay down pipe and connector for the sprinkler head, tap into existing hose-bib and done. The most important is planning. Google search on how to lay out a sprinkler system, plenty of tutor out there.
This guy lays pipe!
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Awesome thank you!
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Do you have any recommendation for a DIY irrigation system to go with this? Or would I need a professional system to begin with? Sorry I am clueless. Right now I have 2 Orbit timers with 2 actuators each, and hoses run along the edges of the lawn to about 6 sprinklers.
Depends on your yard and how many tree roots you have, but I used a pressure washer to dig the trench for the water lines. There are some youtube videos out there. It worked well for me. I also ran lines under a deck and in the landscaping. Im using the rachio gen1 and I really like it.
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I'm eligible for the rebate up to $250. Now the question is should I get gen 3 or this one? Recommendations??
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$75 rebate. So great deal
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