Best Underground Lawn Sprinkler

Top 13 Underground Lawn Sprinkler

1
5000 Series Rotor Sprinkler ( Feet Water Spray Distance (Y54007) (20 Pack Case))
Product Highlights:
  • performance reliability - value. rainbird y54007 pop-up sprinkler with industry-leading rain curtain nozzle technology delivers a uniform spray pattern throughout to ensure that your lawn is watered evenly and consistently over the entire radius! our rain curtain nozzles include 8 low-angle nozzles and 8 standard angle nozzles.
  • time and cost-efficient. our part-circle pattern pop-up rotor is ideal for medium to large-size lawns and can water from 25 to 50 feet! it produces large water droplets for greater wind resistance, prevent misting and airborne evaporation, so the right amount of water is delivered to the right place, saving you time and money!
  • fast installation and maintenance. the sprinkler head is built with a slip-clutch mechanism that allows quick adjustment on installation. it also features convenient arc adjustment from the top, which requires only a flat-blade screwdriver to adjust. our pop-up sprinkler has a radius adjustment screw that allows up to 25% radius reduction without changing nozzles.
2
Rain Bird AG5 All ( Pattern, 24' - 45' Spray Distance)
Product Highlights:
  • excellent choice for hard water, "dirty water", or reclaimed water irrigation systems
  • double-weighted arm for slower rotation and increased distance of throw
  • includes 5 interchangeable color-coded nozzles
3
Orbit 55662 Voyager II ( Drive Rotor Sprinkler Spray Head,)
Product Highlights:
  • 2-pack of quiet, dependable gear drive sprinkler heads with consistent and complete water coverage
  • ideal for medium to large lawn areas, with a spray that adjusts from a 20 - 40 ft. radius in a part or full circle
  • easily accessible filter built in to protect nozzle from clogging
4
Rain Bird Rotor Heads ( Sprinkler Heads. 4-Pack)
Product Highlights:
  • 4" pop-up part circle rotor, 3/4" inlet
  • 40-360° arc rotation and reversing full-circle rotation; radius: 25 to 50 feet
  • top-adjust arc adjustment requiring only a flathead screwdriver
5
Rain Bird 32ETI Easy ( Sprinkler System Kit)
Product Highlights:
  • waters your lawn automatically the whole season
  • eliminates constant hassle of hose and sprinkler adjustments
  • attaches to an outside faucet and installs in one afternoon
6
Rain Bird 1804VAN ( Adjustable Pattern (0 To 360 Degrees))
Product Highlights:
  • 5 rainbird 1804 spray heads
  • comes with adjustable nozzle already installed in each head
  • 4" pop-up height
7
Rain Bird 1804VAN Professional ( 15' Spray Distance, 4" Pop-up Height)
Product Highlights:
  • #1 commercial-grade irrigation spray head brand in the world
  • 4" pop-up height with easily adjustable 0 to 360 pattern ideal for watering odd-shaped areas
  • adjustable spray distance from 8' to 15'
8
Orbit 55662 Voyager II ( Spray Distance (Ten Bonus Nozzles Included))
Product Highlights:
  • longest spray distance: sprays adjust from a 25- to 52-foot radius, the longest distance in its class.
  • compatible design: perfect replacement for old, failing, or inefficient sprinkler systems and is compatible with all major brands of gear-drive rotor sprinklers.
  • area coverage: ideal for medium to large lawns.
9
Orbit 55201 Pulse XL ( With Fully Adjustable Spray Pattern)
Product Highlights:
  • area coverage up to 45' in radius- full or part circle
  • universal - replaces most impact and gear stream heads
  • extra nozzles included for use in high pressure or low pressure irrigation systems
10
Orbit 55200 Pulse PopUp ( Sprinkler Head)
Product Highlights:
  • universal design: perfect replacement for old, failing, or inefficient impact sprinkler heads, and is compatible with all major brands.
  • spray distance: comes preinstalled with a 35-foot spray distance nozzle.
  • pressure range: operates between 20-80 psi, and offers great spray coverage in low pressure situations.

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