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Friday, September 26th 2003, 4:52am

by SprinklerGuy

The toro multistream...I.E. 300 series heads are great for areas that need to take on water SLOWLY...
As for them being higher maintenance, I don't believe that to be entirely true. The beauty of the 300 series, in my opinion, is twofold.
1 - set it and forget it.....will not come out of adjustment if installed properly. Bad news is, no adjustments can be made to their arc at all....very specific arcs.
2- They look COOL when they run! Very graceful.

I believe Hunter used to make a stream rotor....don't know if still in production.

Thursday, September 25th 2003, 7:42pm

by segask

Toro multistream rotors

I know everyone recommends Hunter, but what do you guys think of the Toro multistream rotors? Toro website says they are good for irrigating sloped lawns and shrub zones because they help prevent runoff. But I heard that they are rather high maintenance compared to regular rotors.
Has anyone here had any experience with them?
Actually, does Hunter make them also, or are they only made by Toro?