Noodlehead™ Water Sprinkler

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Item # NDS12
Ship Weight 0.50 lbs
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Tailor the coverage to only water where your plants are!

Multi-versatile sprinkler can be customized to efficiently water your odd-shaped garden PLUS it makes a wonderful play spray for toddlers and bigger tots to cool off during the afternoon heat!

A dozen flexible noodles bend to direct the spray right where you want it. No more wasted water on the sidewalk, and no wet fences or windows! Get water into every corner of your irregularly shaped beds with this clever design.

The stainless steel filter in the base keeps the nozzles flowing freely. Each of the 12 noodles has a 3-stream tip. Creates a fountain effect that plants (and kids) love. At 45 psi, each Noodlehead covers 400 square feet (20 ft x 20 ft area) or a 40 foot long strip. Ground stake included, or mount to a fence, wood block or overhang. Attaches to a standard garden hose.

Product Information


  • Each flexible tube has a nozzle with 3 separate orifices
  • Each orifice is angled outward at 5 degrees so that when the 3 streams break up and fall 20 feet away the water covers an area approximately 6 feet in diameter (approx 28 square feet per tube, approx 336 square feet per Noodlehead)
  • Streams are thrown approximately 20 feet at 45 psi, 30 feet maximum at 80 psi
  • Each Noodlehead flows approximately 222 gallons per hour (GPH) or 3.7 gallons per minute.
  • Each Noodlehead is pressure tested to 125 P.S.I.

Product Features

  • At 45 psi, each Noodlehead covers a 20'x20' area or a 40' long strip
  • Attaches to a standard garden hose
  • Ground stake included, or mount to a fence, wood block or overhang
  • If you have an underground irrigation system, it will attach to any riser


Product is covered by A.M. Leonard's 30 day satisfaction guarantee



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Overall Rating: 5/5

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from WA

Great sprinkler


I have very odd shaped beds that are hard to water without wetting sidewalks or places I don't want to get wet. I can aim the heads of the noodle anyplace I want to water. It puts out a fine stream rather than a mist so the job gets done sooner. I will be buying another for the other side of my yard. The advice to set it for a certain area and use it only for that area is very good advice, as it takes some trial and error to get it set correctly.

from ME

Direct spray where you want it - and NOT where you don't.


We got it for a historic house with a small vintage historical garden patch next to the building. Worked perfectly. No spray on the wooden building while doing a great job of soaking the plants.

from NJ

work perfectly but clog easily, in spite of the screen inside.


This does everything I wanted it to, but the little ports clog easily from my well water. I haven't had too much success clearing them, even with a fine beading needle; whatever clogs them just rides back with the water flow. No directions on cleaning that I could find. Otherwise, I like it a lot.

from KY

I ordered six more


We had a lot of rain this spring! And wouldn't you know it, it went from "too much" to 90+ degree and dry instantly mid-late May or thereabouts. Then I finally tried it, and was real pleased. It is my intention this year to get our act together! A dedicated sprinkler (still using a Rainbird that I loved but is off the market) and a dedicated "feeder hose" everywhere I water regularly. Which is a lot...It has a very specific usefullness. Only thing I haven't tested is to see if they last as long as my Rainbird "impulsillators". ;-) But since they aren't made of so-so plastic, I think they'll last longer. (one of the problems with the Rbird is reaching over tall plants that are close by - but the noodle can be adjusted for that.) I am disappointed that you don't have the extensions now, but I had my doubts about how well those would work. Attaching to a side of a post as suggested would probably work better anyhow.

from WA

noodlehead, a whimsical name for a serious tool.


I bought this to try in my raised beds as all other fixed pattern sprinkler heads were watering more area than was needed. You have control over direction and size of spray pattern. I love this, I'm buying another for my flower beds.

from CT

Great Idea


I use this in my narrow raised flower bed. A regular sprinkler was wasting lots of water. This worked perfectly.

from MO

Love That Noodlehead!


I have several unusually shaped areas that need water! I can move the flexible noodles the directions I want to water right next to our porch and water hostas without getting the porch wet!

from OH

noodlehead sprinkler


I liked it pretty well. The noodles are easy to bend, but I had little trouble keeping the stake at the desired angle.

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