Touch‘N Flow Rain Wands
The Touch‘N Flow Rain Wand efficiently saves water while watering plants, flowers and shrubbery. The Touch‘N Flow Rain Wand is equipped with a lever activated valve. Simply squeeze the lever to water and release the lever to stop watering while moving from one plant to the next. A must-have in water restricted areas. Plus, with the bright color options, it will no longer be lost in your lawn. The Touch‘N Flow Rain Wand is available in 16-Inch with four enticing color options: red, green, blue and berry or 30-inch available in six vibrant colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and berry. The 36-inch hanging basked Wand, available in blue, is great for watering hanging baskets and cleaning gutters; Lifetime Guarantee to the consumer. Any of the Touch‘N Flow colors can be color coordinated with Dramm’s ColorStorm Premium Rubber Hose.
- Gentle, full flow for quick watering
- Lever Activated Valve
- Ergonomic insulated grip
- 16-inch lengths available in four colors: red, green, blue and berry
- 30-inch lengths are available in six colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and berry
- 36-inch Touch‘N Flow Pro Hanging Basket Wand is available in blue
- Comes with a lifetime guarantee to the consumer
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