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[Dollarama] Dollarama: Small drip irrigation kit $4.00

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[Dollarama] Dollarama: Small drip irrigation kit $4.00

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Found a drip irrigation kit for $4.00

Can't upload photos yet as I'm low on data.


EDIT:

Will upload when I get home
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Sounds like a good deal, but can't upvote yet because you're low on data Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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Great for small gardens.

I wonder what will happen in 2025 when every street corner has Dollarama and @JackWhyte is still raising his fist in defiance against the lack of generous 90-day returns on things like $0.50 can of sardines.

Bless his heart.
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Waiting for photos and confirmation as to which region this can be found
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Sorry for the delay.

Here are the photos.


EDIT:

Keeps saying 'HTTP ERROR' when I try to upload. Anyone else getting that? On an LG G4 using chrome browser.

EDIT 2:

Photos uploaded.
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Low data + HTTP ERROR = Volcano HOT!!!!

Thanks OP, got one for my sister!!
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roblombardi wrote:
Jun 18th, 2019 3:54 pm
Low data + HTTP ERROR = Volcano HOT!!!!

Thanks OP, got one for my sister!!
Well how about you opening up your hotspot then if you have a lot of data. Not everyone has a big data plan.
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cannon_fodder wrote:
Jun 18th, 2019 3:45 pm
Waiting for photos and confirmation as to which region this can be found
Found at either (Toronto) Peanut Plaza or Bridlewood Mall when I saw it.
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thedealhunter2000 wrote:
Jun 18th, 2019 3:56 pm
Well how about you opening up your hotspot
Sorry, I'm engaged
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Hi there,

Bought two sets over this summer and last (so an annual "deal"). The irrigation set is generally okay, but the connector for the main water tap is a nightmare - it leaks everywhere (even with two washers) and is made of brittle plastic that will crack if I force it too much. Would warn people away from this set as a main irrigation set-up. Might be good to extend a professional set farther (maybe)?

I'm up for suggestions on how to make this irrigation set use-able. Right now I have it threaded through my garden, but cannot connect it without leaking to the wall.
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Depending on what might be in stock at a store, they might have some with different packaging. Seems like the exact same product but a different box. And the price is $3.5. Picked one up a week or so ago.
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EdZegRFD wrote:
Jun 18th, 2019 2:00 pm
Sounds like a good deal, but can't upvote yet because you're low on data Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
OP Delivered pics.
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libraCDN wrote:
Jun 18th, 2019 4:10 pm
Hi there,

Bought two sets over this summer and last (so an annual "deal"). The irrigation set is generally okay, but the connector for the main water tap is a nightmare - it leaks everywhere (even with two washers) and is made of brittle plastic that will crack if I force it too much. Would warn people away from this set as a main irrigation set-up. Might be good to extend a professional set farther (maybe)?

I'm up for suggestions on how to make this irrigation set use-able. Right now I have it threaded through my garden, but cannot connect it without leaking to the wall.
If you have a Lee Valley near you (or even if you don't - can always order online), check them out. Best prices for drip irrigation components otherwise, from what I've seen. (Only other place that was as good/better was South Valley in the south Okanagan part of BC, where they sell to orchards and such.)
Lee Valley Drip Irrigation
Water distribution components - probably what you need here, though I gather you'll need to adapt down to the 1/4" drip line that's in the Dollarama kit.

The usual routine is to run 1/2" or 5/8" black poly pipe (which is in the water distribution components page), then use a special hole punch to punch a hole in the poly pipe and either put a dripper directly into it, or use a barbed connector to branch off with 1/4" line and attach the dripper to that.
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Got two sets of these to extend my rain bird irrigation kit.

I also had issues with the plastic hose attachment which cracked immediately. I got a $6 hose connector from home depot instead which works great.

This kit really isnt usable on its own unless you are going for just a gravity fed system (i.e., pour water in a bucket which feeds the lines).

The pressure put into this system just blows apart the first connection in the line as the hose isnt firm enough to keep hold. I had to use my rain bird hose for the first 20' until it split into two seperate lines which was then low enough pressure for the dollarama kit to handle it.

If you just need additional pieces for your kit this is a great price as youll end up paying $10 for just a few drippers normally.

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