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Is the Stanley Accuscape ProSeries Heavy Duty Spray Nozzle comfortable to use?
A solid, well-built gun this feels sturdy and robust but some testers found it heavy after prolonged use. The gripped handle feels comfortable in the hand.
What is the Stanley Accuscape ProSeries Heavy Duty Spray Nozzle like to use?
The trigger is easy to operate with the palm of the hand but for continuous use it is locked by a ring at the top of the gun and needs two hands to switch it on and off.
The adjustable flow is a fiddly screw above the trigger and was so slow to control it was barely used. The dial is simple and clicks through the eight spray patterns smoothly and these include a shower spray, a mist spray, a fan, a full jet, a flat jet and a vertical jet, all good options that cover even difficult watering jibs. There were no drips or leaks even changing sprays.
Is the Stanley Accuscape ProSeries Heavy Duty Spray Nozzle built to last?
This was the sturdiest gun we tested. Predominantly metal with a zinc core and a toughened plastic trigger and dial this feels tough and able to cope with knocks and drops with ease.
Is the Stanley Accuscape ProSeries Heavy Duty Spray Nozzle good value for money?
Well-built and robust, this gun has a good range of patterns and is mostly easy to use. It comes with a lifetime warranty and at under £20 is great value for money. Only the trigger lock and adjustable flow design let it down.
|Name||Stanley Accuscape ProSeries Heavy Duty Spray Nozzle|
|Model||Accuscape ProSeries Heavy Duty Spray Nozzle|
|Material||Metal and plastic with a zinc core|
|Number of spray patterns||8|
|Types of spray pattern||Including shower, mist, fan, full jet, flat jet, vertical jet,|