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Hozelock Metal Rose Head Watering Gun 2691 for £10.00 delivered at Amazon

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Well, its a metal watering gun rosehead made by Hozelock model 2691 and costs £10 delivered to your door by Amazon. oh yes... The Hozelock Metal Rose head gun combines fantastic looks, comforta…
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Well, its a metal watering gun rosehead made by Hozelock model 2691 and costs £10 delivered to your door by Amazon.

oh yes...
The Hozelock Metal Rose head gun combines fantastic looks, comfortable soft-touch materials and excellent ergonomics with 8 varied spray patterns
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Or you could try the possibly better Hozelock Multi Spray Pro Gun for £11.16 delivered.

Warning - don't leave your spray gun out in winter. They tend to split if the water in them freezes - which is why I was shopping for a new one.

Edited By: Dave-T on May 09, 2011 22:12
#2
I have had 3 of the very expensive one which have all split at some stage either because of the frost or by dropping them,, not strong at all, not what I expect from Hozelock. Now I buy a cheap one from £poundland each year. they are not too good but I manage with them
#3
Just lost my last Hozelock one, only got to use a couple of times, winter really does kill these things. Maybe they build them that way! Poundland maybe a good idea as I never put my stuff away in the shed.
#4
Dave-T
Or you could try the possibly better Hozelock Multi Spray Pro Gun for £11.16 delivered.

Warning - don't leave your spray gun out in winter. They tend to split if the water in them freezes - which is why I was shopping for a new one.


Nice price mate, Ill create a deal for this one... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hozelock-multi-spray-pro-gun-was-38-61-now-11-16-delivery/935715


Edited By: LuxoR on May 10, 2011 15:02: related deal
#5
Great deal - was going to post but you beat me to it! X) Lost ours to winter too - plan to remove it this year, but will probably forget again - maybe the Poundland route is worth considering! oO
#6
Poundland one's are not bad. The trigger on the guns are a bit stiff though, but they do the job.
#8
#9
http://direct.asda.com/Spray-Gun-Set-and-Accessories---6-Piece/001664460,default,pd.html
What about this one maybe not quite as good but I suppose its like buy one get one free and a few extra bits thrown in
#10
I bought a karcher one ( fits hoselock) from Argos outlet on ebay.
I can't get a link to work but if you **** for.
"KARCHER SPRAY GUN AND CONNECTOR SET NEW"
They are £9.98 once you put the P&P on ..very well made and the connectors will fit just about anything by the look of them.
#11
I love Poundland, but bought one of these last week and it was rubbish. Definitely a case of "you get what you pay for" in this case.
#12
I picked up one in Asda for £2 the other week, works fine and if it doesn't last the winter, I'm only 2 quid down.
#13
I have this one and it's much better than the cheaper supermarket ones.

It's survived many winters left outside.

Well worth a tenner - can't go wrong!
#14
freddie123
http://direct.asda.com/Spray-Gun-Set-and-Accessories---6-Piece/001664460,default,pd.html
What about this one maybe not quite as good but I suppose its like buy one get one free and a few extra bits thrown in



they are s**t
1 Like #15
I find all these pistol things inconvenient in use, much prefer a lance spray i.e something like http://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-371756-Spray-Lance/dp/B000LFXU4C/ref=pd_cp_lp_3
#16
Thanks scorcher - ordered the lance.
#17
Yeah, spray lancer a better bet if youn have potted plants, and it's half the price. Cheers scorcher.

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