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Is the Gardena Comfort Multi Spray comfortable to use?
This feels light and comfortable in the hand with a soft rubber handle. The trigger lock is at the front of the handle and is simple to flick on and off with the fingers and it has an adjustable flow on the back of the handle that twists smoothly back and forth. The dial changes spray pattern easily but the large size may be trickier for smaller hands.
What is the Gardena Comfort Multi Spray like to use?
It has five spray patterns including a soft spray, a fast jet, a bubble spray, a fine mist and a flat spray and all performed well with a strong jet of water. Although other spray guns have more spray patterns these were enough to cover most jobs in the garden from filling up cans, watering fragile seedlings and irrigating borders and pots. There were no leaks around the dial or when we changed pattern.
Is the Gardena Comfort Multi Spray built to last?
Made entirely from plastic, this spray gun is not as robust as the metal sprayers we tested but it does feel a lot sturdier than some of the other plastic guns in the review. It also comes with integrated frost protection in case its left outside in the garden over winter and a removable and cleanable filter helps to ensure there are no blockages or clogging that would shorten its life.
Is the Gardena Comfort Multi Spray good value for money?
With five useful spray patterns and extra features, this is a great, easy-to-use spray gun. It comes with a five-year warranty too, but at this price we would have preferred a metal finish.
Spray guns – Buyer’s Guide video
|Name||Gardena Comfort Multi Spray|
|Model||Comfort Multi Spray|
|Number of spray patterns||5|
|Types of spray pattern||fast spray, bubble, fine mist, flat, soft and hard jet|
|Bubble jet spray|