Every garden sprinkler I’ve ever seen uses a metal tube with holes in it which is fine but it’s fixed and apart from either waving back and forth or spinning, it can’t do much else. Well water is precious so you’ve got to put it where you need it most, so now there’s the Noodlehead garden sprinkler.
Noodlehead is a garden sprinkler with twelve, flexible watering tubes. You can bend and reposition each tube individually and they’ll stay wherever you point them. You can mount the Noodlehead in any orientation and it can water almost any shaped lawn. You can also purchase optional risers to get the sprinkler up high above your plants. US$16.95 from Noodlehead.
Each flexible tube has a nozzle with 3 separate orifices. Each orifice is angled outward at 5 degrees so that when the 3 streams break up and fall 20 feet away the water covers an area approximately 6 feet in diameter. (approx. 28 square feet per tube) and approx. 336 square feet per Noodlehead.
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