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Wednesday, April 18th 2012, 1:59pm

by GatorGuy

Ahem...
Good to know Sprinkler Warehouse is still cheaper. :thumbup:
Home Depot also provides one pre-installed nozzle on the PGP.
Sprinkler Warehouse provides the complete nozzle tree.

Wednesday, April 18th 2012, 1:32pm

by seansy59

Hunter Irrigation now at Home Depot

They are now selling Hunter PGJ rotors, PGV valves and Pro Spray sprinklers at my local Home Depot. I asked the guy that was there and he said the Orbit's were not selling well. They were already out of stock of the PGJ rotors and they had an order of 50 DOZEN THAT WERE GONE WITHIN 12 HOURS OF SHELF STOCKING!
They started selling them at the Home Depot's because of high request/orders online and they said they expect PGP-ADJ's and possibly the PGP Ultra's to come in also at some-point in the future.
I think the PGJ's were about $9 and the Pro Sprays were about $4 each.