2-Way Brass Hose Tap Splitter 3/4'' Garden Hose Tap Connector with On/Off Valves

2-Way Brass Hose Tap Splitter 3/4'' Garden Hose Tap Connector with On/Off Valves

$15.39
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"A great watering management boost"
"Perfect solution for splitting a single 3/4'' water feed to have home appliances running at the same time."

  1. Two-Way Tap Manifold, with 2 Individual On/Off Valves
    - Y Connector, converts 1 spigot into 2 water sources 
    Two outlets allows you to use two timers on the same tap

  2. Made of Solid Brass
    - Well made of brass, sturdy and rustproof
    - No drips, better than plastic hose tap fitting

  3. Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor Uses
    - Great for gardening watering system, easier for your garden life
    - Quality hose tap pipe connector for dishwasher and washing machine feed
  • Easy to install
  • Size (cm): 6.8(W) x 5.8(L) x 3.8(H)
  • Package includes:
    - Hose Tap Adapter x 1
    - Hose Washer x 1
    (Other accessories are not included)
  • Note: please confirm the hose size or tap size before purchase
This 2-Ways Garden Hose Connector with Hose Washer is made of brass. Compared with other plastic-made hose tap attachments, this hose tap adaptor is more durable and leak-resistant.  This Y-splitter designed connector allows you to run 2 hoses from the same water spigot.  Each open-close valve is covered with metal material for easy grip and operation.

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Sturdy and doesn't leak!

I've set this up with a timer to water my garden and trees during a remodel. It is sturdy and does not leak (use the inserts!) I don't have to worry about it breaking while I'm away from home. The valves are also a nice touch; while a bit hard to move, they are a testament to the durability.

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great tap splitter

This splitter is really good. It is solid and well made. It looks smart and is very convenient to use. The individual taps work perfectly with no leakage. I've now bought four, I use two, but I left the first ones out last winter and the first heavy frost destroyed them both. I have now put it in my diary to remove them each winter.