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Ray Padula RP-ERMA-B Metal Rear Trigger Adjustable Nozzle

Item# 043W001065771001P | Model# RP-ERMA-B | Added on February 24, 2018 |
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Ray Padula RP-ERMA-B Metal Rear Trigger Adjustable Nozzle
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Designed with comfort at the focus, this Ray Padula rear trigger adjustable pattern metal hose nozzle is a great choice for all watering and outdoor cleaning needs. The ergo, EZ-Push rear trigger requires less force to depress the trigger, reducing hand stress while in use. The pistol nozzle tip adjusts from a fine mist to a powerful stream- great for all outdoor tasks. Additional features include a lock-on water clip, threaded nozzle tip, and a heavy-duty leak free design.

Adjustable tip adjusts from a fine mist to a stream - great for watering and outdoor cleaning EZPush rear trigger design relieves hand stress during use Threaded nozzle tip for easy accessory attachment Lock on clip for continuous watering Metal, crush-resistant threads resist cross-threading Leak free design 10 year warranty Part of the Ray Padula lawn and garden collection
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Nice sprayer

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Nice little spriay nozzle. I like the way you can adjust from widespread to a stream. also, it doesn’t tire out my hand when I squeeze to water the grass as compared to my other one.

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