Popular sprayer features a 12-inch wand that lets you control the direction of the spray and a 34-inch hose to give you plenty of room for maneuvering. Nitrile seals prevent leaks from the tank and model's spray nozzle is adjustable. A filter inside the tank prevents blockage from accumulated debris.
Tank lacks a pressure release valve. Solvents such as bleach can erode the seals, causing a mess.
Wand's spray head offers three spray patterns for successful application on any surface. A rechargeable Li-ion battery powers this sprayer. Durable Viton seals stop leaks and a pressure release valve prevents accidents when refilling.
Not particularly durable. Some wish that a battery charge lasted longer.
Adjust the wand from 8.66 to 23.62 inches and use the three included nozzles for fine, medium and dense sprays. Runs for two hours on a charge, and it has a comfy shoulder strap. A USB-C charging port in the wand lets you charge your phone while you putter around the garden.
Charging mechanism isn’t very durable. A few users say this sprayer likes to leak.
Very capable manual pump sprayer includes three nozzles to suit various needs and features an ergonomic handle. Long 22.2-inch wand and 50-inch hose extend your reach. Has large 1.3-gallon capacity. Translucent tank shows the fill level.
Some say it has trouble holding pressure, which can mean a lot of pumping.
An efficient, easy-to-pump sprayer that offers a metal wand with a padded grip. Press a button on the handle for continuous spray. Tank's wide-funnel opening is easy to refill without spills. Sprayer's three nozzle attachments deliver mist, foam or wide spray.
The pump handle is flimsy and can break. Some units arrive missing parts.
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