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Tuesday, June 22nd 2004, 11:05am

by Savewater

True Hunter does make the Flow Click...But the bad thing about that you loose the whole line and you really cant retrofit without a large amount of labor. Vertical stop maintains the pressure during a pressure increase and does not rely on electrical sensing that can malfunction.

Tuesday, June 22nd 2004, 10:23am

by aquamatic

Hunter makes the "Flow Click" device

Tuesday, June 22nd 2004, 10:03am

by Savewater

Thanks Pete- any feedback is good.

To answer alot of emails that I have received, yes our product is patened(utility)and yes the company is currently looking to sell or bring on a partner.

Wednesday, June 16th 2004, 11:31am

by drpete3

Just a comment about your web site. I do not like to look at sites that I need to scroll left to right.

Wednesday, June 16th 2004, 10:51am

by Savewater

Water Conservation

I have a question for you. Has anyone here ever had a request for a device that prevents water from spraying out when a sprinkler head breaks? We have had this concept patented since 1991 and now it is available. My question to you is how much does water conservation mean to you? Are you or your sales teams using this as a marketing tool? Check out www.watersav.com and learn about our new and growing company based in Gilbert AZ. I am giving out samples to those who would be interested in selling our product. Produts should be available soon here at sprinkler warehouse.

Regards,

Matt Schryver
VP-CIO
Watersav Enterprises
www.watersav.com