Deal of the Week: Water Butt Dripper Kit - just £5 (+£2.50 P&P) - HotUKDeals
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GARDEN WATERING MADE EASY
Save time, water and energy this summer with the Water Butt Dripper Kit. Help reduce your water bills; ideal if you are on a water meter!

Features:-
Pre-assembled
Connects directly to a water butt
Requires no mains water, electricity or pumps
Provides even, regulated distribution of
rainwater
Ideal for use where mains water is not
accessible

Kit includes:-
5 metre garden hose & hose connector
3 Cross adaptors & plugs
24 Drippers
10 metres of micro pipe

NOW £5.00 RRP £15.00
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#1
I am not sure that anything that has the words "butt dripper" in the title can qualify to be a bargain!
#2
Wasn't Homebase doing this last week for (Was £20.00 now £10.00)?

That was apparantly a good deal so this is even better.

And I don't even have to get off my butt to get it.
#3
specs for a similar device if this helps.

As a rough guide, if you are using the 30 metre Drip Kit connected to a 60 gallon water butt, the Water Butt Pipe will apply the equivalent of ½” of water (about 2 gallons per square yard).
As the flow rate is affected by the height of water in the butt, ideally you should check the level of water in the water butt to see the quantity of water applied and adjust the timing accordingly.
banned#4
isnt one of the main points of gardening to get a bit of exercise lol

its not exactly arduous to water a few plants!

and how exactly will these reduce your water bills if they connect to a water butt?
banned#5
and whats with the "deal of the week" in the heading?

forty questions over lol
#6
csiman;5635666
and whats with the "deal of the week" in the heading?


Well, they do a different deal each week ;-)
#7
csiman
isnt one of the main points of gardening to get a bit of exercise lol

its not exactly arduous to water a few plants!

and how exactly will these reduce your water bills if they connect to a water butt?


The watter butt collects rain watter, my allotment takes an hour every day to watter so this would save me loads of time
#8
Looks good, not sure about the pre assembled factor? Will it have any flexibility?

Aaah well, worth a punt at a fiver though.
banned#9
jellycake;5635779
The watter butt collects rain watter, my allotment takes an hour every day to watter so this would save me loads of time

yeah, I know that so this doesnt save on your water bills.

anyway, its only 10m of pipe so you are gonna need to buy quite a few for an allotment.

10m would only do about 15 potato plants! :w00t:
#10
I got spammed with this offer yesterday (never had any dealings with them) - I just deleted it and blocked them as a point of principle (I'm not 'unsubscribing' to anything I didn't subscribe to)!

You can presumably look forward to more spam once they've got your details.
#11
i think i'm going to have to vote hot, but only for the fact that the name made me smile! :) are you sure this isn't enema related?

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