The P0520 Save A Drop water usage monitoring garden hose spray nozzle is your ordinary spray nozzle with a very cool addition.
The Save A Drop Nozzle has a built-in meter to measure the volume of water usage. On top of the device there is an easy to read digital display that shows amount of gallons used. In addition to the cool water measuring feature and display you get the normal 4 precision spray patterns: soaker, shower, cone & flat.
Not bad for less than $20,
The Save A Drop Green Nozzle is a sprayer with a built-in meter that can be used to measure the volume of water usage. The benefits of water monitoring are that in conjunction with volumetric pricing, it provides an incentive for water conservation. Water conservation is the most cost-effective and environmentally sound way to reduce our demand for water. The average household uses 200 gallons of water per day. The Save A Drop Green Nozzle will help us be conscious of the water we are wasting. Read the meter, obtain an average water use, and strive to reduce water consumption! This water-saving product for the home and yard is easy to install, yet can result in significant water savings. Use water more appropriately by adjusting the sprayer to your needs. Water conservation helps prevent water pollution! The Save A Drop Green Nozzle can be easily added to your hose to monitor water usage to required needs. Over-watering plants and shrubs can diminish plant health. Measure with this meter, and you can take all the guesswork out of delivering the right amount of water to all of your plantings. Now you know exactly how much water each plant gets and you can prevent root rot and other infestations before they take hold in your garden. This is ideal for watering your expensive koi pond. Know exactly how much water you are adding with your chemicals and keep your fish healthy and your pond clear. It Is perfect for home, garden, and greenhouse watering needs. The Save A Drop Green Nozzle garden sprayer helps you conserve water by showing you how much you’re using. Knowing your consumption for your plants, ponds, and car wash needs might just be enough to convince you to save water throughout your house.