Xcel Wobbler Sprinkler with Telescoping Tripod

Xcel Wobbler on Telescoping Tripod
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The Xcel Wobbler Sprinkler with Telescoping Tripod is a great product that provides instantaneous coverage over a large area.  It distributes "rain" like droplets that resist wind drift and evaporation.  The Wobbler Tripod Sprinkler is used extensively in many areas such as lawns, gardens, nurseries, vegetable crops, turf irrigation, and much more!  Its unique off-center, rotary-action distributes extremely uniform coverage at low pressures.  This product works great for germinating with its minimal impact on soil structure.  It is built for strength and durability, using high-impact engineering grade thermoplastics; no metal parts.  The Xcel Wobbler Sprinkler with Telescoping Tripod covers up to 50 feet in diameter and allows for interchangeable nozzles.

This combination includes our metal telescoping tripod stand with weighted legs for added stability. The tripod conveniently adjusts in 2 stages: from 25" to 48" in height, allowing the user to place the sprinkler above plants and shrubs for excellent coverage and uniformity.  The independent telescoping legs of the tripod may be used to adjust one or two sides of the tripod to uneven terrain.  It also comes with a "Goose Neck" swivel hose attachment for easy hose connection.

  • Maximum Sprinkler Coverage Up to 50'+ in Diameter
  • Heavy Duty Metal Tripod Stand
  • Brass Swivel w/ "Goose Neck" Connection Adapter
  • Adjusts from 25" - 48" Tall
  • 2 Year Sprinkler Warranty


Features and Benefits:
  • Balanced Sprinkler Design for Smooth, Stable Performance
  • Only One Moving Sprinkler Part for Longer Life
  • Shipped w/ 4 Gallon per Minute Nozzle
  • Other Sizes Available From 0.78 - 6.97 GPM
  • Low Wind Drift & Evaporative Loss at Low Pressures
Primary Applications:
  • Lawn Watering
  • Flower Bed Watering
  • Garden Watering
  • Shrub Bed Watering
  • Indoor & Outdoor Nursery Watering
  • Germination
  • Dust Suppression

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