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Hozelock 4-Way Tap Connector - £10 @ Homebase (Free Collection)

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Posted 8th Mar

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Decent price here for the connector, closest price I could get is at Amazon - Varying stock levels across the country - posting here in the hope that some can benefit from it.

Description
The 4 way tap connector converts a single threaded tap into 4 taps, each with its own flow control and can also be used to connect two water computers to one tap.

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Details

  • Fits all your standard Hozelock connectors
  • Indvidual flow control for up to four hose outlets
  • Allows you to connect four watering devices or hose pipes directly to one outside tap
  • The ergonomic quarter turn valves allows you to adjust the flow for specific connections.
  • Connects directly to most garden taps and supplied with 21mm (1/2” BSP), 26.5mm (¾” BSP) or 33.3mm (1” BSP) adaptors
  • Comes with a wall bracket, all the screws and plugs required and also two hose end connectors.
  • Ideal for use when connecting two automatic watering systems, controllers can be screwed directly underneath the tap

Hope it helps someone.
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Wow, with the way the water pretty much trickles from my outdoor tap I dread to think what would happen if I attach this!

Only got one hose lol
Good spot ol' chum.
This will be very handy for Jeeves to wash the Rolls, the Bentley, the Range Rover, the Maserati and the Porsche at the same time.
Good spot.
Why would you need four taps ? Confused
I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad splitter effectively).

Tested for the first time in 2020 (Stored in Garage over Winter) and a massive leak in the plastic.

Anyone recommend an alternative brand that is likely to last longer than this rubbish? It's a good price but it's designed to break.
None near me unfortunately. I was looking for another last week after one of mine got frosted and now leaks.
wakkaday08/03/2020 21:15

Why would you need four taps ? Confused


Look at the pictures if you can't understand the writing!
Firefly108/03/2020 21:16

I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad …I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad splitter effectively).Tested for the first time in 2020 (Stored in Garage over Winter) and a massive leak in the plastic.Anyone recommend an alternative brand that is likely to last longer than this rubbish? It's a good price but it's designed to break.


Aldi/Lidl have the dual splitters on offer periodically. They seem to be good.
Firefly108/03/2020 21:16

I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad …I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad splitter effectively).Tested for the first time in 2020 (Stored in Garage over Winter) and a massive leak in the plastic.Anyone recommend an alternative brand that is likely to last longer than this rubbish? It's a good price but it's designed to break.


Yep I bought a quad one (older version of this) and it leaked in all directions!

Bought a darlac brass splitter instead off Amazon and it's been perfect.
Firefly108/03/2020 21:16

Anyone recommend an alternative brand that is likely to last longer than …Anyone recommend an alternative brand that is likely to last longer than this rubbish? It's a good price but it's designed to break.


If you only need 2-way, I'd go for one of the brass ones (as someone else mentioned, sometimes available in Aldi among other places).
I'm currently using the "Calish" 4 way one from Amazon - it is still partly plastic, but feels a lot more solid than any of the plastic ones I've tried previously. It's survived one summer without any leaks so far.
wakkaday08/03/2020 21:15

Why would you need four taps ? Confused


I have a 4 way tap connector and I use a watering system timer for hanging basket, a watering system timer for my garden, hose and a spare. I did have a 2 way first but needed an extra for my hanging baskets to get watered more often on a smaller timescale.
wakkaday08/03/2020 21:15

Why would you need four taps ? Confused


I attach this to 4 water butts collecting water from one source and then use the outlet to water my pots and containers during summer
Edited by: "robatt" 8th Mar
Firefly108/03/2020 21:16

I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad …I bought the dual splitter a little over 12 months ago (This is the quad splitter effectively).Tested for the first time in 2020 (Stored in Garage over Winter) and a massive leak in the plastic.Anyone recommend an alternative brand that is likely to last longer than this rubbish? It's a good price but it's designed to break.


I found the Gardena 4-Way Distributor to be good so far but at a much higher price.
noddle3608/03/2020 22:39

I have a 4 way tap connector and I use a watering system timer for hanging …I have a 4 way tap connector and I use a watering system timer for hanging basket, a watering system timer for my garden, hose and a spare. I did have a 2 way first but needed an extra for my hanging baskets to get watered more often on a smaller timescale.


Electric (timer) and water how does this work?
zararh08/03/2020 23:42

Electric (timer) and water how does this work?


The timer switches on and off water based on arbitrary increments of the 4th dimension.
People must have amazing water pressure to get any use out of this whatsoever.
wakkaday08/03/2020 21:15

Why would you need four taps ? Confused



Whilst I get where your coming from, I got one of these, I use two of them to water the garden on timers, one for a hose and a spare, to wash hands or something. Its a first world problem but it just saves me unplugging the hoses, and with a ten year old that cant put taps back on, ive been drenched enough that this is a bargain
zararh08/03/2020 23:42

Electric (timer) and water how does this work?


I have two of these timers each run on a battery and have them attached to a Gardena Micro-Drip System through the hose to reduce the pressure for the Gardena watering system tubing.

I have one timer running 2 to 3 times a day (depending on the time of year) for about 5 minuets to water the garden and another timer running 3 to 4 times a day for about 2 minuets to water the hanging baskets.

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