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Leonard Tower with 1/2in Impulse Sprinkler Head

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# ATS72-12
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Weight: 16.30 lbs

Easily and Evenly Water Large Areas with this Workhorse!

The Leonard Tower is truly a commerical quality sprinkler stand. The riser is 42 inches of 3/4" galvanized water pipe, not lightweight bendable aluminum. The legs are made out of 14 gauge steel tube, and quickly slide out for setup and easily collapse for transport or storage.

Adjustable height from 48" to 72", the orange powder coated frame has a zinc plated height lever and leg fasteners. Angled feet provide stability and includes 1/2" holes for staking if desired.

The brass 1/2" Impulse Sprinkler Head is equipped with deflector and diffuser screw for distance control. Brass, bronze and stainless steel construction with 1/2" male pipe thread. Adjustable full/partial circle, sprays up to 80 ft in diameter.


  • This kit includes the ATS72 Leonard Tower Sprinkler Stand and the BSD12 Brass Impulse Sprinkler Head with 1/2" Male Pipe Threads
  • Adjustable height from 48" to 72"
  • Adjustable full/partial circle, sprays up to 80 ft in diameter

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Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

3 Stars

Review of Leonard Tower with 1/2in Impulse Sprinkler Head wrote

The impulse head works generally fairly well. However, the two swiveling wire mechanisms that are used to limit the angle of watering coverage are flimsy and bend easily and when brought close together can become entangled together (as did mine). Considering the cost of this sprinkler, the angle adjustment should be more reliable and precise, as should be the flip lever. The various threaded fittings required disassembly and application of teflon tape in order to stop leaking at the fittings. This should be mentioned in the instructions. The directions state "the leg brace crimp keeps the legs in the open position", but this is not the case, there is no detent, making the sprinkler somewhat clumsy to move, and one can easily pinch a hand or finger in doing so.

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