In it's simplest form, the Spyder Sprinkler is simply a re-imagined sprikler.
Like a regular sprinkler, it's primary goal is to provide a hands free way of watering your garden or outdoor plants. In other words, so you don't have to stand around with a hose in your hand all day.
Unlike a regular sprinkler, the Spyder Sprinkler is specifically designed to allow the user to direct jets of water in up to 12 different directions at once.
The main goal of the Spyder Sprinkler system is to improve efficiency and lessen water wastage, thus saving the user money on their water bills.
In your garden, the Spyder Sprinkler system will deliver healthier looking plant life, eliminate puddles and pooled water in unseemly areas, all while cutting down on your water bill. At the very worst, the Spyder Sprinkler will only use as much water as a regular sprinkler, but is likely to use far less as water flow is directed towards your plants more efficiently. This is achieved through the use of 12 nozzles, each of which are customizable and can be pointed in any direction you require according to the layout of your garden. In theory, the only areas receiving any water are the areas you decide!
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Spyder Sprinkler is $14.95 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Spyder Sprinkler by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $27.85.
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How It Works
The Spyder Sprinkler can be clipped onto the end of any regular garden hose. When attached, it diverts the water stream through twelve independent nozzles and uses no more water than a conventional hose or sprinkler system.
All twelve nozzles can be moved independently of one another, meaning that each nozzle can be pointed in a single direction t. Achieve an effect similar to regular sprinkler systems. The true purpose of the Spyder Sprinkler system, though is to water plans and gardens in a more effective way than the regular design. Customizable nozzles mean hat irregularly shaped gardens and areas close to decks or patios can be watered with a minimum of water wastage. In addition, specific plants can be 'targeted' with the Spider Sprinkler system.
The Sypder Sprinkler is freestanding but can be anchored into the turf or top soil with the use of the included stake to ensure that the system does not move when water is flowing.
How it's Different from Competitors
With traditional sprinklers two things are guaranteed. First, certain areas of a garden are certain to be saturated depending on sprinkler placement. Second, areas with no plants ( sucha paving, gravel, decks etc ) will have water wasted on them when the edges of lawns are watered. The only way to combat this is either to miss the edges of the lawn or to water by hand.
An alternative is offered by the Spyder Sprinkler system. The innovative deign means that the water jets can be specifically targeted to the areas of your garden you want to water. Individual plants can be watered, and certain areas avoided all together. In addition, 'difficult to reach' areas of the garden are easily accessible to the bespoke nature of the Spyder Sprinkler system in a way that is difficult for traditional sprinklers with pre-set patterns to match.
- Wide Reach
Depending on the direction of the twelve nozzles, a single Spyder Sprinkler can water up to a 20x20 foot area, or a 40ft strip.
- Twelve Independent Nozzles
The twelve independent nozzles can be pointed in any direction you want, ensuring that the sprinkler will be a perfect fit for your garden.
- Easy to Use
The Sypder Sprinkler System is very easy to use. It simply clips into the standard hose connector. The nozzles can be manipulated by hand and stay where you point them. Once the sprinkler is set up how you want it nothing further is required - just turn on the tap!
The Spyder Sprinkler can be adapted for different areas of your garden, different times of the year and accommodate new plants simply by rearranging the direction of the nozzles.
- Lower Bills
As the nozzles can be pointed wherever you need them, no water should be wasted watering areas with no plants or turf. In addition, single areas being saturated is much less likely too.
- Less Mess
Water jets being directly aimed towards the plantlife that need them and nowhere else minimizes the presence of untidy looking, and potentially unsafe, puddles.