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Wet_Boots

Supreme Member

Posts: 3,880

Location: Metro NYC

11

Tuesday, February 21st 2006, 1:51pm

For an 80-year-old lady, I might put in a mechanical controller. [:)]

BSME

Advanced Member

12

Tuesday, February 21st 2006, 2:33pm

touche

I was surprised when I found out rainbird still makes that rotary timer... but more frazzled when I saw how expensive it is

radical

Active Member

Posts: 31

Location: USA

13

Sunday, March 5th 2006, 7:52am

The Rainbird ESP or the Hunter Pro-C - but I prefer the Rainbird. Ease of explaining to homeowner for one thing. Of course the Rainbird RC controllers would definately be used for older homeowners. Yes they are expensive but last a long time and there are parts to repair them as opposed to burnt circuit boards and the garbage can.

Richard
Richard Kersten

S&R Sprinkler Systems and Landscaping, Inc.
Destin, Florida

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