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The last 7 posts

Friday, October 31st 2003, 12:13pm

by Rays Sprinklers

if you want modular use the Hunter PRO -C

Monday, October 27th 2003, 6:13am

by bhungue2

I agree with Joseph, that's why I usually insall the rainbird esp module timer, it comes with a module, and you can by modules that have 3 zones on them up to twelve zones.

Sunday, October 26th 2003, 2:47pm

by Joseph L. Swinehart

Another thing is to consider the controller that can be updated with modules (usually addition of 2 at a time) for home growth. These also are best for the price. If you buy a 4 zone timer and later want to add another zone you are buying a new timer.

Just a thought.

Wednesday, July 30th 2003, 1:26pm

by Rays Sprinklers

Definatly hunter Controllers..........The SRC in my opinion...(under 9 stations) and the Proc for up to 12...anything bigger the ICC!

Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Saturday, July 13th 2002, 7:21pm

by waterworld

Do not purchase a controller from Home Depot or Lowes. They cost just as much as what you can spend at a local irrigation supply house or through this website. For my customers I recommend staying with Hunter or Rainbird. All other brands are inferior in my opinion. Both brands offer high end models although for the average homeowner the entry levels work great.

Scott A. Webb

Wednesday, July 10th 2002, 7:29am


<u></u>DO NOT<u></u> get the controllers from Home Depot or Lowes or places like that. They are cheaply made, which, in the long run will cost you more money. Order a professional timer from you supply store or SprinklerWarehouse (cheapest around for the pro products).

Tuesday, July 9th 2002, 8:01am

by chilehed

Which controller?

I am buying a new controller/timer for my existing system and I'm wondering what the main difference is between the expensive and the cheaper models. I've notice a very wide range of prices for the controllers and can't decide whether I need to spend the extra money for a high priced one. I've even noticed that the same manufactorer has cheap and expensive models.