Has some design issues but is usable
Summary: I don't recommend this Aldi sprinkler. Detail: This 3 arm sprinkler provides a circle pattern coverage to about 8-10m in diameter. It throws droplets as it rotates rather than a form of steady stream or spray. The unit also has a slit at the top of the central hub which creates a fan of water about 2m diameter. My unit worked whilst new for a few hours of use. At some point I found the unit no longer rotates after a few minutes of running, flooding parts of the lawn. I tried running different water flows, no good. I have about 300k...pa water pressure. I dismantled the unit to check for blockage/faults, nothing. The current fix I found was to block the slit in the top of the unit so only water exits via the arms. I can't explain why that makes a difference apart from the fan of water disrupting the turning motion somehow. The sprinkler is now usable for me.
Questions & Answers
Why doesn't someone answer my request..............
Hi Cas, I don't think you will get a response from Gardenline on this product review web site. As with virtually all of the Aldi special buys products, you will have to wait until they come up for sale again. I would imagine they will be back along with all the other hit-and-miss Gardenline products in Spring time. In the meantime I would personally recommend you buy something else like a branded Pope Sprinkler from your local Mitre10/Home Hardware.
Dear Gardenline, I purchased this 3 arm sprinkler and found it was terrific - unfortunately someone stole it along with my hose and reel. I need to know can I purchase another one? I look forward to your speedy reply. Kindest regards, Carol Simpson
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