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Amazon customers love this simple and precise lawn sprinkler

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Keeping your lawn in top shape has never been simpler with this precise and easy to use lawn sprinkler. If you want the grass to be greener on your side of the fence, this sprinkler has earned rave reviews from Amazon customers.

Water Where You Need It

This sprinkler is designed to target the areas of your lawn that need watering the most so you can reduce water waste. The sprinkler covers up to 3,900 square feet of lawn, but the zoom control allows you to adjust the overall watering area so you can focus on just a patch of newly seeded lawn or a large section of yard.

Customize the Spray

This precise lawn sprinkler allows you to customize the spray in every direction, which means strangely shaped yards get watered, but your sidewalk, driveway, and house don’t. You can also fine tune the pressure for delicate plants in your garden.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers gave this customizable sprinkler an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars with more than 4,000 reviews. They loved that setup was as easy as hooking the sprinkler to the garden hose and found the $50 price tag was much more affordable than similar precise sprinkler systems.

Melnor MiniMax Turbo Oscillating Sprinkler available from Amazon

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