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B&Q Easy Watering Water Butt Kit (no butt inc) micro irrigation system just £10.00 INstore only @ B&Q

£10.00 @ B&Q
This looks a bargain for all of you with water butts ;-) Garden watering direct from your water butt. Ecological water saving, this micro irrigation system drip feeds water direct to plants whilst … Read More
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[mod] 8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
This looks a bargain for all of you with water butts ;-)

Garden watering direct from your water butt. Ecological water saving, this micro irrigation system drip feeds water direct to plants whilst saving up to 30% of the amount of water you use. This kit comprises 36 drippers in total. Each dripper is assembled on a 4 dripper manifold on 30cm dripper tube. The 6 x 4 drippers are supplied on different lengths of supply pipe - 3 x 60cm, 3 x 120cm and 3 x 240cm. 5 metres of garden hose is supplied to attach your kit to your water butt.

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#1
I got something very similar from Lidl a few weeks back and it was sh*t..... if this is better then fair enough but keep hold of your receipt just in case.
#2
Properly connecting it and getting a proper water supply from your guttering system has stopped me from getting a water butt, in this bloody wet country, it's a great idea, but the products seem awfully shodding at proper implimentation of such devices.
#3
schizoboy;5549459
Properly connecting it and getting a proper water supply from your guttering system has stopped me from getting a water butt, in this bloody wet country, it's a great idea, but the products [COLOR=navy]seem awfully shodding at proper implimentation of such devices[/COLOR].

And in English?:)
#4
rizla01;5549502
And in English?:)


shoddy:/ I just woke up lol
#5
morpheus
I got something very similar from Lidl a few weeks back and it was sh*t..... if this is better then fair enough but keep hold of your receipt just in case.


I got one and its great, as long as you regulate the flow. If I put it on full it pops off all over the place! However having it on about 1/4 flow works fine, I have about 20 plants that I've not had to touch for weeks.
#6
A watering butt kit?

Is this some for of colonic irrigation? (or what on Eartha Kit is it?)
#7
These work really well - at first - then the green slime and bits that come out of a water butt gradually block up the micro pores and the whole thing stops and can't be cleaned out. Waste of time I'm afraid, unless connecting to a fresh water supply of course.
#8
50p filter ring between water butt and system should sort it no?
#9
where can you get these filter rings ?
#10
A ring for a watering butt kit? :oops:

And there was me ... thinking that obscene comments on this forum got moderated! :giggle:
#11
Looks good! Wilkos do similar but for hose not water butt for £6. But thhe b&q one has more drippers. Also wilkos have a 120litre water butt for £11 And 210L for £16 at the mo on special offer, bargain if you ask me! Might go and get them today =] I'd also like to know where you can get a filter for the butt?
#13
Just the job for father in law's birthday in a couple of weeks!!!
#14
Those devices won't stop the fine muck that will clog the drippers (the bit that delivers the water). I have an extensive watering system for my pots in my garden and replacing clogged drippers/sprayers is common. Professionals actually use a thin constant diameter tube which has no narrowings to clog - I will probably switch to a professional system when I can afford to.
banned#15
how about fitting the output on the water butt higher than the tap on the water butt then not allowing the crud to come out and block the ends and if the silt does raise to high just flush it out with the tap out.

Would that work ?
#16
blackrat62
Those devices won't stop the fine muck that will clog the drippers (the bit that delivers the water). I have an extensive watering system for my pots in my garden and replacing clogged drippers/sprayers is common. Professionals actually use a thin constant diameter tube which has no narrowings to clog - I will probably switch to a professional system when I can afford to.

Why not just stretch out a piece of fabric over the end of the hose before you connect it to the water butt. That way the water from the but is filtered and no muck can pass through into the hose.
#17
reakt
Why not just stretch out a piece of fabric over the end of the hose before you connect it to the water butt. That way the water from the but is filtered and no muck can pass through into the hose.


I would have thought that would have been a good idea, tights or something.
#18
Got mine today, last one left! Bought some extra drippers and piping too as it was on clearance for £1! Should have bought more thinking about it, I need to raise my water butt higher now somehow. H&R =]
#20
:thumbsup:

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