Leonard Heavy Duty Poly Water Shut Off Valve

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# 164SO
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Weight: 0.10 lbs

Redesigned in 2012 to be even stronger, and last longer!

A.M. Leonard shut-off valve is a heavy-duty poly design with large, smooth-operating on-off lever. Commercial quality full-flow design. Smallest inner-diameter is 5/8". Fits standard garden hose threads. Tested to 120psi.

Specs

  • Fits standard garden hose threads
  • Smallest inner diameter is 5/8"

Product Features

  • Black heavy duty poly construction
  • Ball valve inside is also poly

Warranty

Product is covered under A.M. Leonards one year warranty against defects

Review Summary (Based on 17 Reviews)

5 Stars

These are great wrote

My grip is not very strong and I love these. They are so easy to turn.

1 Star

Hose shutoff wrote

Bad if not worst. Bought 12 to replace all of my older ones and the new ones leaked worse!! Failures across the board!! Poor workmanship, crappy material. They need to test them before they ship. Not a single one held water. Don't waste your time and money!!! Got a full refund but it still cost me $11.57 to ship them back, what a rip!!!!

A.M. Leonard responds: Thank you for your review. We will look into this further and check the quality of our current inventory.

1 Star

Not well made wrote

Bought 4, two would shut off. A.M. Leonard's customer service was excellent, sent two more. Only one would seal at shut off. Spend the money and get their best ones.

5 Stars

This is the best one I have tried wrote

"You get the full flow of water through this valve, it is well-made, and I don't have to worry about the lever coming off, unlike others I have tried. It is great."

2 Stars

Water Valve wrote

This valve started leaking past the seal within two months of daily usage. That failure rate was relatively fast for us.