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Claber Oasis Self Watering System

by Claber
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  • 25 Litre water Tank Operates from a single 9v battery Four programs to choose from,either 10 days,20 days,30 days or 40 days. Includes 20 drippers and 20 stakes Complete with 10 metres of feeding tube.

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 36 x 36 x 35.4 cm ; 2.6 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.9 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Batteries 1 9V batteries required.
  • Item model number: 8053
  • ASIN: B000U5YFR4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,988 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

At long last a practical versatile and definitive solution to the problem of watering house plants when away from home whether for short or long periods of time. Completely independent: no water taps are left on and no electrical connections needed. An electronic system offers 4 different irrigation programs that is designed to cover all requirements. A modern and elegant design that will fit any setting. Ready for use in a matter of minutes. Extremely compact completely free standing and safe Quality Tested and 100% Guaranteed. Includes 33 of distribution hose 20 drippers and 20 fixing stakes. Four programs: 10-20-30-40 days for a maximum of 20 plants.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ChrisD on 18 Aug. 2013
After attempting to rig up my own watering system, I gave up in frustration and purchased this gadget. It takes just a short time to cut the tubing and position the drippers according to your plant pot layout but once set up the system works a treat. I went away to France for two weeks and returned to fabulous looking, healthy plants. They were in much better condition than when I do the watering manually (which is highly erratic - too much some days then no water for a few days!). Regular and controlled watering is clearly the key to healthy plants, so I left the set up for the rest of the summer even though I was at home, only needing to top up the reservoir every few days. It's the lazy person's route to a great display. I made my purchase of this device three years ago and it is still working well. I live in a hard water area but I have had no issues with scale affecting the mechanism. Note: adding plant feed is not recommended as this will attract algae growth, so partner this system with in-pot plant food tablets which are cheap to pick up from garden centres and even pound shops. I only wish they would produce one with double the capacity so I can be even lazier!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Small on 25 May 2014
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I bought this to water about 8-12 tomato plants while away from home. I have used it twice and it watered them very well while they were indoors in my garage. It was quite easy to set up. You do have to cut up the plastic tubes which feed the drippers. Make sure of the length between each dripper before you cut it!

There are a few rules to using this. Firstly it can water plants between 10 and 40 days. The less days you choose, the more water is supplied to the plants each day. It waters twice a day, presumably at 12 hour intervals, commencing when you turn it on. You will need to experiment to find the correct amount of water for each plant, depending on pot/ plant size etc. For example If you have less than 20 plants you could place 2 drippers in larger pots and one in smaller pots, or alternatively you can select less days than you are away for, so you get more water each day.

The manual tells you keep it out of the sun and not recommended for outdoor use. Presumably (and this is ONLY my opinion), it could be used outdoors in a moderate climate if you can protect the unit from sun and rain. I have not tried this.

Also, the unit needs to be higher than the plants (this is logical since water does not usually run uphill!), so think where you will place it. You need to fill the reservoir with water and when full it's very heavy, so don't place it higher than you can lift it. Mine is almost against the roof and not easy to lift up, and too high up to fill in advance.

Don't let my comments put you off. Overall this is a very good watering device amd I recommend it unreservedly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By bristolbear on 10 July 2013
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Arrived very promptly - It was very easy to set up (but make sure you have your own battery as it doesn't come with one) and watered my house plants perfectly whilst I was away for a week. I put the plants pots in a tray of gravel and put an extra dripper in the line to keep the gravel moist and provide humidity.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 29 Aug. 2013
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It's simple and it works. The huge advantage is that essentially it is a plastic box that you fill with water, therefore it can be used anywhere . The water is dispensed by means of a battery operated timer and you can set it to run up to 40 days (less days =more water each day). Was easy to set up the tubing and drippers. I have used it twice now for up to a week to water a small greenhouse and it was fine. Would work well for houseplants too. This has completely solved my watering problems when away, my neighbours are the best ever but are not gardeners....... Would recommend happily if you want a self-contained unit
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85 of 86 people found the following review helpful
Great Device 29 Jan. 2007
By David W. Tribbett - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this device to keep 8 rather larges plants watered while I travel every month. I used two drippers per pot and left plenty of extra tubing between the plants. It worked great, really great. I've had to use it 5x so far and each time it worked perfectly.

I've tried several things in the past including other drip system as well as the 3 different kinds of watering spikes. Not of them worked as well or as easily as the Oasis. Highly recommend this.
49 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Plants live! 27 May 2005
By Wargun - Published on Amazon.com
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After 30 days, all of my plants are alive and well. I can't believe it worked! It took a little time to set up but it worked as planned.

Well recommended!
88 of 95 people found the following review helpful
Not for hard water 28 Oct. 2008
By WR Davis - Published on Amazon.com
I have had the Oasis for three years and have tried to use it three times - the first time it worked perfectly. The second time I came home to dead plants! It seems that the valve can get stuck - the electronic timer drives a green coil (electro magnet) that opens and closes the water valve. If it is working you can hear it make a "thunk" noise when you move the switch from off to 10. No thunk means the valve is stuck (assumes a new battery). The green coil can be pulled off by removing the machines bottom (just pull it off) and unscrew the nut holding the coil to the valve. A strong magnet can then be moved along the valve to make it open and close. After I did this a few times I reassembled the machine and it is working again - but I don't trust it! I suspect the very hard water here in the Southwest is making the valve stick. Use distilled water or don't buy or buy a new one every year!
43 of 46 people found the following review helpful
32 days later, all plants were alive! 16 July 2010
By Marko S. Rukonic - Published on Amazon.com
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After searching Internet for a long time to find a watering system, I decided to risk $80 and buy this one. And what a wonderful surprise - after 32 days, all plants were thriving! I used the 30 day setting with 18 drippers and there was still some water left at the bottom. Throughout my vacation I was worried about my plants - in spite of reading positive reviews on Amazon, I was still a bit concerned, since 30 days is a long time, especially in summer.
Here are some tips for people who are using this system for the 1st time:
1. The 10/20/30/40 day settings actually mean this: "If the tank is full, this system will empty it through 20 drippers in that much time".
2. 30 day setting with 20 drippers will release just a bit too much water for small plants (6" pot or so)
3. Even if you're away only 10 days, it's ok to use 30 day setting, even with all drippers used - that releases plenty of water
4. Make sure to follow instructions on expelling all air from the hose
5. Do not let any dirt or larger particles into the tank
6. Make sure the plants are in the shade, at least most of the day
7. 2 drippers/30 day program are enough even for a small tree (I have 4 pine trees, 4-7' tall)

I was so glad to find all plants safe after my long trip; even though I could've maybe asked a friend, it was worth $80 to avoid asking for such favors.
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Great while it worked 10 Sept. 2008
By M. B Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
My husband and I bought this in June 2006. We used it off an on when we went on trips in 2007. We got it out of storage in August 2008 because we were going on vacation and naturally, it doesn't work anymore. The battery light comes on, but no water comes out. Removed the hoses and retested it - still nothing. The problem seems to be inside the water containment unit itself. Of course, the warrantee is up - it was only good for 2 years. I hate to throw it away, but at the same time I'm not paying money to ship it to Italy either. I checked the Claber website (English version) and there's definitely no help there. Too bad there is no US support for this product.
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