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Why Rain Robot?
...because it costs less to install
  ZonesEach Watering Head, about the size of a grapfruit or a CD, can water anywhere in a 18m (60-foot) diameter circle, so the amount of digging and the number of Watering Heads is reduced dramatically. Often a single Watering Head will water your whole garden. Because the water is delivered evenly, you don't need to allow for overlap like you do with conventional sprinkler systems. The Watering Head automatically adjusts to the available water pressure, so you don't have to figure out your Litres per minute (GPM) or Bar Pressure (PSI). No need for separate circuits because one Watering Head does the work of many. Install it on the corner of your house and you don't need to dig.
...because it requires less maintenance
The Rain Robot Watering System is easy to change as your garden grows. By plugging the controller into the watering head, you can add, change, or delete watering zones. When the controller is plugged into the junction box inside your house, you can increase or decrease the frequency of watering for all zones as the weather changes. You can enable or disable individual zones and change their amount and frequency of water. The system monitors itself and reports any problems, further lowering maintenance costs
...because it keeps your plants healthier
The Rain Robot Watering System gives superior results because each plant can have the amount and frequency of water it needs. Conventional sprinklers spray the same amount of water on your cactus and your lawn. Most gardening problems arise from incorrect watering.
...because it saves water
Over time, water is the single largest expense of your watering system, exceeding the cost of even the most expensive installed sprinkler system. And these conventional sprinkler systems can waste water - lots of it. The Rain Robot System saves water
Why is Rain Robot better than other ways of watering?
The Rain Robot System was designed by a gardener who was frustrated with existing ways of watering. Drip irrigation systems are easily damaged and subject to clogging. Installed sprinklers are expensive to install and use; they water unevenly, waste water, and are hard to reconfigure. Hoses and sprinklers are easy to reconfigure as your garden changes, but are hard to automate.