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Orbit 62009 3-Way Plastic Hose Faucet Valve Manifold

3.9
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AU$ 70.00
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Description

  • Ideal for multiple hose connections or hose faucet valves
  • Includes 3 shut-off valves and 2 side connections for multiple hose connections
  • Standard 3/4 In. female brass threaded swivel connection
  • Includes mounting bracket for stability
  • For outdoor use with cold water only

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Customer Reviews

These are so much easier to use than metal ones ... These are so much easier to use than metal ones. I have had one for 3 years and only problem is end black cap broke and I had to replace with brass one. Strong and don't bind up with repeated on/off cycling. 4Great! This works awesome for me. I have a semi-automatic drip system that is a pain to take on and off the spigot, and I wanted to be able to attach a hose and fill up a bucket. I don't leave it pressurized and plan on taking it in once the weather gets cold. I got the impression that people were either using this (and other spigot splitters) for something it wasn't made for (I saw a picture of one hooked up to a washing machine set up!), leaving it pressurized (which just puts unnecessary strain on the splitters' switches), or leaving it out in the winter (which is just silly). Treat it like a decent, under $20 piece of garden equipment and it should work and last quite some time! 5Don't understand the negative reviews... I have this on the outside faucet in my backyard. I live in the high desert of the Antelope Valley Ca and, of course, you should protect this unit from the sun's damaging effects. This can be accomplished by simple means... I set a plastic chair in front of the unit, it does not inhibit the functionality, and on the chair I placed a sandbag which provides shade for the unit and also mitigates the blasting winds we get out here from knocking over the chair.The unit itself is easy to mount, it has not leaked AT ALL, and the dials are SOOOOOO easy to turn/adjust compared to the tiny little switches on other 'metal/iron' units that will just about break your fingers to turn the dials.Just what I needed. If you're out in this area, make sure you attend the Antelope Valley Wind Festival - January 1st through December 31st. 4Didn't leak, fit my needs perfectly I planted a garden last summer in my back yard and used a soaker system connected to a timer. Since I only have one faucet in my backyard, I didn't want to have to disconnect my soaker system and timer each time I needed to use a regular hose to water the plants not being water by the soaker system. This fit my needs perfectly.I was able to attached the time to one of the valves and turn that to the on position at all times. I attached my regular hose to a second valve and turn it off when I wasn't watering plants. The third valve I didn't use at all and kept it in the off position at all times. This allowed me to open the 2nd valve as needed and water plants very easily.Also, it never leaked, which was a plus considering the pressure it was under. 5Inexpensive and does what it says, but plastic threads are easily stripped so hand-tighten ONLY Inexpensive way to see if I need a five-outlet valve set. Seems to be well designed but be aware that all of the threads are only plastic so they're very easy to strip.One of my hoses leaked after installing it hand tight so I gently used pliers to turn it another quarter turn, at which point it leaked worse. Close inspection showed that the middle plastic threads on the center outlet had shredded right off. I added an extra washer the same hose, attached it to the adjacent outlet by hand, and it worked fine.For now, I can live without the third outlet so I decided not to return it. If you realize up front it is fragile and only hand tighten the hoses, it's probably OK. If the threads seem "too long" just put in an extra 25 cent washer and it should snug up OK. Works fine for now but I'll probably pay more for a brass version once this one fails. 3BEWARE it develops fine pin hole leaks after some use Just hooked it up and it works like a Charm and with No Leaks YeahhhhhhhhhhhUpdate, I went to use the hoses yesterday and there has been 2 pin hole leaks in the middle connector making it impossible to useI have enclosed a few pix and if you can enlarge it you will see the water spraying out from the face of itI just wonder if this has happened to anyone else before ?From Aug-Dec had no problems at all 1great product at a remarkable price I have only two hoses to connect but every product I've tried either breaks or leaks or is difficult to turn on and off. The valve handles on this manifold seemed as though they'd be easy to operate for older folks with a bit of arthritis, and indeed they are.I thought being made of plastic instead of metal the manifold would be flimsy and would crack easily, but so far it seems very sturdy. It comes with a metal brace and the hardware necessary to attach the brace to the house but I found no need for it. It connects to a hose reel and to an underground PVC line, so there's really no great amount of stress being placed on it.I'm completely satisfied with this hose manifold. If it lasts only a year I'll replace it with no complaints. If it lasts longer it belongs in the garden hose accessory hall of fame. For ten bucks it already performs better than anything else I've used at any price. 5This thing is a bad ass! We bought this to go with our wifi Zilker sprinkler system. It's been up and running for a month or so now and initially our greatest fear was this adapter leaking because it's at our weekend home so we can't easily or quickly get there to shut it off. Therefore, we put a security camera aimed on the spigot so we could monitor the situation and rest assured there was no endless water spraying out in our absence...it's been a total champ! From the picture you'll likely assume it's a standard walmart-type cheap plastic and likely will consider going a steel route, as did we, but we ordered this AND a steel one as back up and after receiving this and feeling it's durability we decided it was far superior than we expected and it has not let us down yet! 5so good. Am using it to connect two hoses and one drip hose in my garden. Saves me time in that I don t have to keep changing hoses. Although it is plastic it seems durable. So far, so good. 5Perfect. The Orbit 3-way faucet valve is absolutely great so far. One or two reviewers almost scared me off by saying you should get the metal one instead, but I had a metal 2-way faucet valve and hated it. It leaked, it was too hard to turn the dials and it was surprisingly insubstantial for metal.This faucet valve comes with a brace you can attach to the back to bear some of the weight of the hoses, but I didn't attach it and I don't think I need to. Everything is tight and sturdy as can be. Maybe the angle of my faucet coming out of the wall makes it unnecessary to have a brace. After my experience with my last 2-way faucet valve I bought some washers for this one, but I haven't needed them at all. Not a drop of escaped water. I run a hose to one garden, a hose to a second garden in the opposite direction, and a hose across the yard to a dog pen. I had forgotten that sometimes I need water at the faucet for other things as well and was thinking about getting a 4-way faucet, when I realized the end cap screws off and there is your 4th outlet, and even a fifth one on the other side.I love this thing. It has solved so many problems for me. And again, it's sturdy! Nothing moves when I yank on one of the hoses. What a difference from my "better" metal one!Update -One month of constant use later: This connector has had a workout. Everything still works smoothly. I guess that is what impresses me most after having struggled with a brass connector. The individual dials turn sooo easily and when they are off, there is no leakage. This whole thing is so well made.Another update -One year later I am having to buy another one. I think the couple of deep freezes we had this winter did it in. But the price makes it painless to replace. 5
Orbit 62009 3-Way Plastic Hose Faucet Valve Manifold

Orbit 62009 3-Way Plastic Hose Faucet Valve Manifold

3.9
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Regular price
AU$ 70.00
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AU$ 70.00
Regular price
AU$ 116.00
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Save 40% (AU$ 46.00)