"I have bought a few of these kits and connected them all together - and they work perfectly - every now and again you may need to change a dropper, but this is significantly better than the very expensive Hoselock stuff that frankly is a waste of money in my opinion.."
"Having bought other drippers at higher prices and not had much luck with them, I had nothing to lose on this very in-expensive mix of fittings. The drippers are non adjustable for drip rate but that's a good thing as adjustable ones are so temperamental. odd broken bit but nothing to moan about. Does the job."
"Does what it says... I have this connected to the programmable water timer so all round happy to have the job automated. It may be worth your while to check the count of components in the box correspond with the insert, if you need all the bits."
"I brought this kit thinking it would have a main feed hose, unfortunately it didn't , it only has the smaller sprinkler hose. However it does have a good range of fitments and as a result was still useful. It is a bit expensive though, i have purchased several of these kits recently at a lower cost."
"I have installed this Micro Irrigation System (Product Code: 26080) in the greenhouse. It is drip feeding 18individual tomatoe plants . As you can see it comes in a kit which you have to cut to fit your own requirements (This is easy to do) The system work well either connected to an outside tap or a water butt tap"
"I bought this item on the recommendation of another purchaser who, in his review, said that it could be used with a mains tap or a water butt tap. It seems to fit only the mains supply. I cannot see how it can be connected to a water butt which was what I wanted it for. If anyone is able to suggest how this can be done I would be immensely grateful."
"I combined two micro irrigation systems. It was easy to assemble a linear hose with inline drippers and one end-stop dripper. I experimented by adding a short side stub with only an end-stop dripper at the end of the stub, but that didn't work - no water came out of that stub's end-stop dripper. I therefore reverted to just a linear hose with inline drippers and a single end-stop dripper at its end. It's fine but doesn't water as much ground area as a linear hose with stubs would have done. Each dripper seems sufficient for an area with a diameter of one foot, although I suppose it depends on water pressure."
"Bought because we were going away and needed to water grow bags. Incredible value and does the job adequately but doesn't have the adjustment of more costly systems. The dribblers are quite fragile, I managed to snap 2 connecting them up. You obviously only get what you pay for, as a cheap irrigation solution its fine, just don't expect too much."
"Assembly is fiddly. The drippers came apart during assembly and blew off in use. Currently testing if the plastic can be glued. If it cant the whole kits a waste of money. The pressure reducing valve also drips. No idea what the two way connector does. Poor instructions."
"It states in the description and on the instructions "pressure reducing tap adaptor" This adaptor does not reduce the pressure and therefore when you turn the irrigation system on the pipes fire off from the connectors therefore does not work. I returned it and got another with the same result."
"I bought this product which was delivered very quickly. So far so good. I followed all the instructions. It's time consuming putting the parts together and tough to push all the little connectors. Very disappointed to find that they popped off as soon as the tap was switched on - even under a gentle water pressure. Would not recommend. A waste of time and money"
"I BOUGHT THIS PRODUCT TO GO WITH AN IRRIGATION TIMER SOLD BY SCREWFIX. CONNECTED IT ALL UP TESTED IT AND NO WATER CAME OUT! AFTER TRYING VARIOUS THINGS I FOUND THAT THE DRIP FEEDERS DID NOT LET THE WATER THROUGH. IN DESPERATION I WENT TO A GARDEN CENTER AND BOUGHT A PACK OF HOSE LOCK FEEDERS AND IT ALL WORKED FINE."