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The classic model GARDENA Water Timer T 1030 with Calendar Function is attached to the tap and controls the automatic irrigation of your garden. The programming of watering times is easily set with a large rotary knob. Daily, up to three watering intervals with a duration each of one minute to 120 minutes can be selected. A GARDENA Soil Moisture sensor can be connected for water saving operation. Additional flexibility: the desired watering days are also freely selectable (calendar function). For operation of the GARDENA Water Timer T 1030, a 9 V alkaline battery is required (not included). This ensures secure operation for about one year. A weak battery level is indicated.

Reference number: 1832

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  • Water-saving operation

    Water-saving operation

    With the connection of a GARDENA Rain or Soil Moisture Sensor, the automatic irrigation is interrupted depending on the soil moisture and natural rain. This allows water-saving irrigation.

  • Easy programming

    Easy programming

    The Water Timer T 1030 D is programmed using a large, easy-to-use rotary knob. It is easy and nearly self-explaining. For convenient programming, the operating unit can be removed.

    The Water Timer T 1030 D is programmed using a large, easy-to-use rotary knob. It is easy and nearly self-explaining. For convenient programming, the operating unit can be removed.

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Soil Moisture Sensor Soil Moisture Sensor

With the GARDENA Soil Moisture Sensor, the moisture of the soil is considered for automatic irrigation. Irrigation is not started, or an ongoing irrigation is interrupted, when the soil is sufficiently moist – that helps to save water. The Soil...

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