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5L Pump Action Pressure Sprayer - use with water, fertilizer or pesticides
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- Hose length: 1.3m
- Container capacity: 5L
- Pump action
- Fully adjustable nozzle
- Trigger lock
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Top Customer Reviews
So, the nozzle is a one pattern jobbie, and you need to tighten the threads before you fill it and you need to keep the pressure up by pumping? That's true of every sprayer.
It took me an hour to spray 5 gallons of compost tea while I was testing it for leaks ... when I was satisfied I switched to weed killer and the Kingfisher did the job perfectly.
The leak was fairly easy to locate, it's the pressure release valve. It's easy to take apart (remove the white clip below the spring, slide the spring off the pull the red bung out) and inspecting it all the components were in good order so I think it's in design rather that I received a fault unit. When it does have any pressure the slightest brush against the valve and you hear a rush of air coming out, it just seems to create a very tenuous seal at best.
As I say it seems a design flaw, the o-ring is fairly small and there seems a lot of wiggle in the stopper. Slathering it in Vaseline did help but not entirely. It allowed me to get the job I needed done out the way at least. I'll not need to use it again for a while but the next potential culprit I'll try tackling to improve the seal is to put a washer or two at the end of the spring to increase the tension - that should hopefully help counter the higher pressure and allow a bit more to build before a leak - or dig around my odds and ends to see if I have a beefier o-ring (not spares in mine as another review commented) but it's workable with the vaseline.
Now I bought this having read numerous reviews of pressue leaks/quick pressure loss so I half expected I'd experience the same. If I didn't though, I'd have given it 1 star. Still, you should expect something you buy to work, right? Yes and yes it does work, just poorly.Read more ›
This sprayer, fully loaded, is easy to carry around (with the integrated strap) and once pumped will spray a large area. I'm not restricted to buying expensive weed killers with sprayers and can quickly and comfortably spray the patio.
The unit is well made and easy to clean and is a welcome addition to my garden tools.
It is a very handy addition used only for clean water, as I have other similar units which are used for weed killers or pesticides.
It works well and comes with a full set of replacement seals etc. something you don't get with the more expensive models.
It is wise when you receive the product to tighten all joints to ensure pressure is maintained and no leaks occur.
nik - glasgow
Product packaging is fine and the item was delivered undamaged.
Assembly is as simple as screwing in the yellow tube section into the handle.
To use, simply add whatever quantity of water you need, then the chemical of choice. Screw in the handle/top using the handle clipped into the top to turn and lock in place. Start pumping, you can feel it getting a little harder to pump when the pressure is getting about right. There is a red pressure release valve that will start hissing if you are over pressurising the unit. Squeeze the trigger (this can be locked in the 'on' position) and you're good to go.
When I used this one for the first time, I had a leak from the centre of the handle. It turned out that the rubber seal in the handle (before the trigger) had not been inserted correctly and was crushed and twisted. I re-aligned it and tightened back up and all was fine.
I find it quite uncomfortable to wear the sprayer over one shoulder as you need to constantly stop it from swinging forward with one hand so I end up just holding the strap in my hand - it's not a big deal though.
The only slight issue I have (and why I have deducted 1 star) is that on the latest one I bought, the hanging strap fits into a slot instead of a hole (see photo). This allows the hanging strap to move closer to the pressure release valve which it then leans on and releases pressure. They should go back to the model with the hole in my opinion.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not so much a sprayer as a drizzler, despite ages pumping it up. Very disappointed.Published 22 hours ago by Amazon Addict