Control Your Sprinklers From The Comfort Of Your Chair

Remote Rain Water Control

By Luke Anderson

Living in the Midwest means that we usually have a decent amount of rain. Sure, there are times when the farmers complain that their crops are a bit dry, but you rarely see people watering their lawns due to dry weather. In other parts of the country that isn’t always the case. If you happen to live in one of those areas and don’t want to take the time to go outside and turn on and off the sprinklers, you might enjoy this Remote Rain Water Control.

Just hook this little gadget up to your water line and attach the hose. Then just keep the remote somewhere handy and press the button when you want to turn on or off the water. This is also good for playing pranks on people walking through your yard. After all, that “Do not walk on grass” sign is there for a reason.

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1 thought on “Control Your Sprinklers From The Comfort Of Your Chair”

  1. Oh come now…as someone who doesn’t own a house, I would revel in the idea of having to get up inside my house, go outside my house, and walk to the spigot jutting from the exterior of my house so I could water the 15 feet of grass surrounding my house.

    I’ll gladly trade anyone my pre-watered apartment for the luxury of having to tend to my own yard.

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